This headline is quite funny if you really think about it: Obama tells the press that government unfairly targeting conservatives in the private sector is absolutely unacceptable, followed closely by a speech in which he blasted a private sector conservative by name? Leading by example was never Obama’s forte.
This running in a magazine that recently ceased to exist in print and was purchased for one dollar in 2010 makes it even more hilarious: We’re watching the end of right-wing conservative talk radio,” says Jerry Del Colliano, publisher of the radio-industry tip sheet Inside Music Media. “The genre is dying among ratings and dying [...]
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This post has no particular point other than I thought two people who look to be about 20 yards apart speaking to each other on split screen made for a great moment in journalism: The two suspects are Ashleigh Banfield of CNN and Nancy Grace of Headline News, who were updating viewers on the latest [...]
The new building in Beijing that will house the Chi-com’s state-owned newspaper “The People’s Daily” was obviously designed by the renowned architectural firm of Harden/Peters: If you think it’s funny now, wait until they build two bio-domes at the base and then launch fireworks from the top to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Guest post written by Joyanna Adams ***** Think about this: You’re the most well-known people in the world. You are the President and First Lady of the United States, and every single newspaper, magazine, reporter, or movie star would LOVE to be the first people to ask your one and only cute little child a [...]
Ouch! CNN has consistently been among Obama’s top mainstream media cheerleaders, and this is how he thanks them? Word is that the suits at CNN were so upset with this slight that they briefly thought about getting out of the tank for Obama, but of course they decided against it. Obama’s wrong though — CNN [...]
Before the identities of the Boston Marathon bombers were know, NPR’s Counterterrorism Correspondent Dina Temple Raston did a little speculating: Did you know that Hitler’s birthday is “big” for the right? I for one stopped celebrating it the day the candles on the cake accidentally set ablaze the mustache on the likeness of der Führer [...]
Last night on Bill O’Reilly’s program, Dennis Miller made a good point about what bugs me concerning the world view of Barack Obama and many like him. In President Obama’s statement after the bombing(s) at the marathon, he said this: We still do not know who did this or why and people shouldn’t jump to [...]
If you don’t have time for the full interview, skip ahead to about the 6:00 mark of Ted Nugent’s interview with CNN’s Erin Burnett to see how to end a segment fairly quickly. Ted found the coveted “common ground” the left always claims to be in search of, and Burnett had to force herself to [...]
The New York Times published a wildly over-lengthy piece about Anthony Weiner, his wife, and a possible political comeback as he ponders running for NYC mayor. Drudge did the story proper justice: Anyway, in the Times’ story, Weiner’s brother helps come up with a good campaign slogan: “I wouldn’t stand for other people saying this [...]