ABC’s Lone Moderate Voice Slams Obama’s Job Summit

In October 2008 – during the height of presidential election fervor – ABC contributor Michael S. Malone, a 30-year veteran in journalism, did something few in mainstream media dared to do – he blasted the media at large for blatant pro-Barack Obama coverage.
“The traditional media are playing a very, very dangerous game – with their [...]

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Best of the Top 10 Lists of 2009

Swine Flu Recovery Kit makes list of Top 10 Stupid Holiday Gifts.

December brings with it so many fun-filled occasions to celebrate with friends and family – the awkward family dinner where your son blurts out “Mommy says Gramma drivers her crazy,” or the mandatory office party where you had too much to drink and ran [...]

Poor Al Gore – Debunked By the Very Internet He Created

After years of listening to a bloviating Al Gore, and his obtuse band of Hollywood disciples, preach to us all about mankind’s ravenous destruction of the natural world, top climate researchers have been caught with their thermometers in the cookie jar… or, something like that.
Not only have top climate researchers been “manipulating” data to support [...]

Open Letter to Reporter on Detainee Abuse Photos

The Supreme Court issued a ruling Monday permitting the Pentagon to block the release of photos of detainee abuse at the hands of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. The court’s ruling was given in accordance with a provision of the Homeland Security funding bill signed Oct. 28 by President Obama.
I anticipated some bleeding heart [...]

NewsFlash: Obama Gives Order – 30,000 to 40,000 More Troops to Afghanistan

The Pentagon is gearing up for a significant troop deployment as we near the official announcement tomorrow night of President Obama’s new Afghanistan strategy, which he delivered to his top advisors in a Sunday meeting at the White House.
After all the media hoopla generated by a very public disconnect between Gen. Stanley McChrystal and the [...]

Newsweek Talks About Sarah Palin – Sort Of

When it comes to talk of President Obama, Newsweek editor Evan Thomas couldn’t find his way out of a hyperbole bag with a map of moderation. He is completely, indisputably “in the bag” for Obama.
“I mean in a way Obama’s standing above the country, above – above the world, he’s sort of God.”
– Newsweek’s Evan [...]

Obama Stiffs Republicans, Brings Hollywood to First State Dinner


DreamWorks partners David Geffen,
Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg
all got invites to President Obama’s first
State Dinner. Most key Reublicans in
Congress didn’t make the list.
(Time Magazine cover, March 27, 1995)
Hat tip to The Washington Times for appreciating the significance of this particular party list.
The Times reports today about who did and didn’t make [...]

MSNBC’s O’Donnell Calls Catholic Bishop a “Political Hack”

Leave it to MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell. Earlier this year he was fanning his tail feathers, for all to see and admire, while he berated on live TV a young mother  who dared to confront Sen. Arlen Specter (D R D-Penn) at a health care town hall over the summer. This time, Crazy Larry – an [...]

NewsFlash: Lou Dobbs for President?

In an interview today with WTOP-FM in Washington, DC, former CNN host Lou Dobbs hinted at a future in politics – maybe all the way to the White House.
The website, launched in January 2009 to draft Lou Dobbs for a presidential bid and Dobbs, post-CNN, seems to be warming up to the idea.

“Lou Dobbs [...]

9/11 Suspects to Use U.S. Foreign Policy as Defense for Killing Americans

The Associated Press offered a superficial glance at a complex and alarming update in the upcoming trial of the five 9/11 defendants,  leaving me to wonder where is their thoughtful, penetrating examination of this judicial travesty about to take place in New York City. There is certainly no shortage of critical questions in want of [...]