Is it too much to ask Senators to read bills before voting on them?
This is breaking news: Democrats in Congress have abandoned deem and pass (or the slaughter house rule). After thinking about it for a while, I realized that my initial reaction may have been wrong. As Ed Morrissey explains at Hot Air:
If anyone wonders which it is, Major Garrett of Fox News helpfully tweeted that he [...]
Via Big Journalism
This is pretty conclusive. Max Blumenthal has been caught with his pants down before but this is just overwhelming. Henceforth Max Blumenthal is to be regarded as a journalistic pariah. Every mention of him in this publication will be proceeded with the words Journalistic Fraud or Pathological Liar or some other such descriptor [...]
In both politics and football, the collective team effort typically matters more than individual performances.
“The OReilly Factor” devoted a segment to the political influence of late-night comedy, focusing on Jon Stewart.
Stewart is an appendage of the Obama White House. A self-confessed liberal, he has no influence beyond his politically like-minded fan club. The 1.6 million “Daily Show” viewership is lower than “Adult Swim” on Cartoon Network.
David Letterman’s adolescent humor is [...]