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Grok Clip: Orrin Hatch[et] Demolishes Sherrod Brown on Taxes

by Mike December 22, 2017

Cleveland voters agreed with Hatch, not Brown! Frank Luntz appeared on Cavuto’s show to discuss selling the Trump tax cuts to the public. Here, Luntz introduces the reaction of Cleveland voters to Orrin Hatch taking on Ohio’s Sherrod Brown. Clearly Orrin got his point over – the Dems are losing this battle.

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Slow moving train wreck: so Fox News wants to remake itself into CNN/MSNBC?

by Skip August 19, 2017

From Robert Conquests Three Laws of Politics (sometimes also called O’Sullivan’s Law): 2) Any organization not explicitly right-wing sooner or later becomes left-wing. I, along with a lot of other people, have been watching Fox New moving from being that network that came into being by serving the audience that the Big Three (ABC, CBS, […]

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WSJ Editors Enthuse Over Trump’s Tax Plan

by Mike May 1, 2017

The “Journal Editorial Report” is one of my regular weekend shows, and this week’s edition was especially good as the team dissected and enthused over the details of Trump’s tax plan: Not only did the editors like the plan overall, for its simplicity and potential to grow the economy, but they skewered the predictable and […]

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What Is The Republican Party For?

by Mike May 1, 2017

WSJ’s Daniel Henninger asks what many of us are thinking

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Krauthammer’s New Comedy Routine – Not So Funny

by Ed Naile February 9, 2017

I just watched Charles Krauthammer on Fox News do his current routine – President Trump had no business stopping peaceful looking people from arriving from seven nations that have never had anyone commit terrorism here in America. The botched executive order meme we hear hour by hour on the news. How far will a “Never Trumper” […]

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Gretchen Gets $20 Million – Paula Only Got $800K

by Ed Naile September 6, 2016

Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson wins $20 million from new Fox owners in a non-public sexual harassment settlement against Rodger Ailes. And to think Bill and Hillary Clinton had to pay Paula Jones a paltry $800,000.00 for actually being physically assaulted in a hotel room by Bubba. Ailes is accused of being a potty-mouth. […]

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Hannity In Orlando: Cruz + Fiorina

by Mike March 12, 2016

Orlando Sentinel‘s cameras caught the Cruz Rally and Hannity taping as it happened around 11am on Friday March 11th Excuse the occasional blocked shot due to Fox’s camera booms swinging into position for closeups: For Carly fans, she joins at 27:40 Commentary Having watched first snippets during editing, and then the whole thing on the […]

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Cruz Press Conference At UMaine March 4th

by Mike March 5, 2016

Presidential candidate Ted Cruz held a “Cruzin’ to Caucus Rally” on Friday March 4th in Hauck Auditorium. The rally, which was set for a day before Maine Republicans hold their presidential caucus, was the first campaign stop in the state for the senator from Texas, according to the [Portland] Press Herald.

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Fox News: When they have Republican hating David Gregory on Special Report’s “round table”…

by Skip January 27, 2016

I’ve noticed it, too, over the last couple of years.  It seemed to turn Left (ok, to be sure, more centrist) as the TEA Party kept taking a pounding a couple of years ago.  I’ve mentioned it to TMEW a number of times – Fox’s hard line has gone limp.  More oft than I’d care […]

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The Republican Party Has Left Us!

by Mike October 24, 2015

Brit Hume postulates, on behalf of the Establishment, that the conservatives in Congress are the real “Republicans In Name Only” because 40 of them are giving the 207 Democrat supplicants in the GOP fits: Dear Brit, let me explain something which Trump understands better than you do: These 40 members of Congress have sworn allegiance […]

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Fox News Republican Primary Poll – 10/13/2015

by Skip October 14, 2015

Interesting – No, not that Trump and Carson are at the top but that Ted Cruz to third. First time in a long time he’s in double digits. Quite the jump. Only a snapshot, but still, now that some of the normal and sane (re: not this news / political junkie) are starting to pay […]

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Fox News Prez Poll – the debate had an effect.

by Skip August 16, 2015

1,008 registered voters with a margin of error of +/- 3%.  Would like to have seen a higher number of those polled but it is enough for a quick review (Question 8): It certainly doesn’t seem to have hurt Trump much but it certainly gave Carson and Fiorina, the non-politicians big bumps.  And of the […]

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Yvonne Dean Baily on Fox News – UNH Bias-Free Language Guide

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2015
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UNH has already pulled the Bias-Free Language guide, but not before our own NH House Rep, (And Campus Reform Contributor) Yvonne Dean-Baily was on Fox News to talk about it.

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Data Point: Fox News is now the most trustworthy news network

by Skip March 11, 2015

There are plenty of reasons that explain Fox News’ ratings dominance over the past decade and a half, but a new poll from Quinnipiac University sheds light on at least one major factor: trust. When voters were asked “Whose news coverage do you trust the most?” Fox News beat out all other television news organizations – on […]

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So, how’s that “fringe” right-wing Fox News doing against its “mainstream” center competition in 2014?

by Skip December 30, 2014

OK, I josh – studies have shown that the NEWS part of Fox News is closer to the center than CNN, MSNBC, and CNBC (not to mention NBC, CBS, and ABC) – but that’s not the point here). What IS the point is that if one listens to the Left, NO one is watching Fox (or the […]

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Is Scott Brown Commuting?

by Steve MacDonald November 29, 2014
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Scott Brown’s claims to residency in New Hampshire (as a campaign issue) were only ever relevant for me because Democrats have not only insisted that non-residents have a right to vote here but have used them to elect non-residents to office in the state. The lefts hypocrisy aside, the question was still worthy of a […]

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HilLIARy doubles down on Benghazi b.s.

by Kimberly Morin June 17, 2014

  In an interview with Fox News, Hillary Clinton actually stood by lying liar Susan Rice’s comments regarding the (known immediately) terrorist attack on Benghazi occurring over a youtube video.  The woman is clearly mentally incapacitated and not due to drugs but due to being a Democrat with no conscience. Video c/o   Watch the […]

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Data Point – So, WHICH news program is the most untrustworthy one?

by Skip June 11, 2014

That would be “Lean Leftward” MSNBC, the place where the janitors are working over time from all of the anchors’ and guests’ heads exploding as to who occupies the other end of the spectrum: Yeah, that would be Fox News, considered the most trustworthy over EVERYONE, including the ancient Big Three (CBS, NBC, and ABC) – […]

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Epic Rant: The UnVarn(ey)ished Truth On Global Warmists

by Mike January 15, 2014

Fox News’ Stuart Varney sounds off on climate change and its advocates… Watch the latest video at <a href=”” onclick=”javascript:_gaq.push([‘_trackEvent’,’outbound-article’,’’]);”></a> H/T

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Narcissim And Its Limits (or lack thereof)

by Rick Olson July 21, 2013

“I’m not sure it rises — no pun intended — to that level.”   —Anthony Weiner to CNN Folks are calling this an, “Anthony Weiner Pic.”  Problem (accuracy-wise) is, it is, “sans weiner.” Close but not cigar, (As Gennifer Flowers might say to Monica). Geraldo, who recently turned 70 proudly touts in a Twitter post, 70 […]

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The Free State Project in New Hampshire: Eager beavers fight it out with eager socialists…

by Tim Condon May 26, 2013

State Rep. Cynthia Chase made herself famous not that long ago when she wrote “In the opinion of this Democrat, Free Staters are the single biggest threat” to achieving socialism in New Hampshire. Well…she didn’t actually say “achieving socialism.” I just added that to make her thought process clearer (after all, she’s a recent import […]

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Big Brother Roundup – They ARE Watching Us!

by Mike May 21, 2013

Hard on the heels of Skip’s post about government goons security guards following reporters around a public building to make sure they didn’t speak to “the wrong people”, we have this morning roundup courtesy     Update: Breaking – Is this the shoe? New whistleblowers bring Benghazi closer to Obama and Clinton. (Roger Simon, […]

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A Cautionary Tale For Democrats: Red State Boom vs Blue State Bust

by Mike January 28, 2013

On FNC this afternoon, The WSJ Editorial Report covered the Phil Mickelson tax controversy, and where he could live for less than a 63% penalty. Paul Gigot, James Freeman, Kimberly Strassel and Stephen Moore discussed how states with no, or falling, income tax are booming, and states with high, or rising, income tax are stagnant […]

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Guns And Freedom

by Rick Olson January 10, 2013

“Today, the limitations on the power and precision of the guns we can lawfully own not only violate our natural right to self-defense and our personal sovereignties; they assure that a tyrant can more easily disarm and overcome us.”—Judge Andrew Napolitano The right of the people to keep and bear arms is an extension of […]

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No Such Thing as Voter Fraud – Except In These Places…Committed by Democrats.

by Steve MacDonald December 23, 2012


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Follow The Bouncing Benghazi Narrative

by Steve MacDonald October 21, 2012

c/o Breitbart TV, here is Brett Baier’s expose’ on the evolving White House Narrative on the Benghazi Attack Breitbart News Brett Baier Reports – Benghazi [jwplayer mediaid=”37253″]

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U.S. Marines Asked to Leave Weapons Outside When Panetta Visits

by Rick Olson March 15, 2012

“The chief lesson I have learned in a long life is that the only way you can make a man trustworthy is to trust him; and the surest way to make him untrustworthy is to distrust him.”  —Henry L. Stimson Fox News Reports that U.S. Marines at Camp Leatherneck were asked to disarm when Secretary […]

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Charlie Bass Says Mitt Does Not Like To Fire People

by Rick Olson January 10, 2012

“Contempt is the weapon of the weak and a defense against one’s own despised and unwanted feelings.” —Alice Duer Miller New Hampshire’s own RINO Charlie Bass was on Fox this morning defending Mittens’ comments about firing people. Charlie Bass was right. Here is what Mittens said: “I want individuals to have their own insurance,” he said. […]

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Republikinz-R -Stoopid?

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2011

Michelle Malkin discusses the lefts age old narrative about Republicans being dumb, and the recent attacks on Rick Perry. The obvious comparison, and she says it herself, “Dumb compared to who?” Great point. We’ve got more University economic egg-heads roaming the White House than you can shake a ruler at and yet they have to the last come up with nothing but a series of failed polices that have a) failed to meet any of their own genius exclamations and expectations and b) made things worse. It’s fun all the way through so take six minutes out of your morning and watch Malkin work.

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