WANTED: New Campaign Slogan for “Post-Partisan” Progressive


Fool me once, shame on you…
Barack Obama, the post-partisan uniter: among the many preposterous pro-Obama talking points we heard during the campaign, this is probably my favorite, just because it’s always been so manifestly absurd.  An extremely pro-choice, rabidly anti-gun congregant of a racist church with a record of calling Republicans racist was going to [...]

LAST CALL for Sunday, Feb. 7


A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE STORIES OF THE DAY
Pre-Game Presidential Propaganda
I didn’t watch Super Bowl XLIV today. The New England Patriots (my team) weren’t playing, so I avoided Katie Couric’s pre-game back-and-forth with President Barack Obama. No doubt it provided a good look at the best that state-run media has to offer. NRB writer [...]

Obama Pre-Game Shocker: He Never Listened to GOP Healthcare Ideas


In a pre-game Superbowl interview with CBS anchor Katie Couric, President Obama inadvertently admitted he has not listened to Republican healthcare ideas. Despite repeated attacks by his administration declaring Republicans to be the “Party of no ideas…no solutions,” while discussing healthcare reform Obama conceded,
“What I’ve been doing is consulting closely with leaders in the House and the leaders in [...]

Couric, Obama Plot to Ruin My Super Bowl Sunday


Katie Couric, a dutiful White House ally among many in the U.S. media, will do a live interview with President Barack Obama during tomorrow’s Super Bowl pre-game coverage on CBS, bringing together two of America’s most notable megalomaniacs – and forever tarnishing the pure joy that is Super Bowl Sunday. Is nothing sacrosanct?
Couric and her [...]

Obama Seeks to Politicize Super Bowl Pre-Show


Of course, there’s the game – THEE game – the Super Bowl. And then there are the commercials, some of the best commercials offered up to television viewers. Now President Obama is getting in on the action.  Is nothing sacred – exempt from the media-saturated messages of the Obama administration?
As if co-opting an important Duke/Georgetown [...]