The NRSC has a new video out. I’m no party pulpit-pounder but this does a neat job of encapsulating the uncivil rhetoric from the left with regard to the continuing resolution battle and the Obama shutdown.
With the soot of exploding cigars still powdery on the reddening faces of gun control pouncers like good ol’ Piers the-living-skidmark Morgan, Dianne torch-the-constitution-it-hurts-my-head Feinstein, and a myriad of others in the media that prematurely wet themselves in anticipation of yet another anti-gun debate trundling its way into public with fresh evidence of an “assault [ Read more ]
On September 1st Seacoast Online wrote that… Obama long ago said the use of chemical weapons was a “red line” Assad would not be allowed to cross with impunity. August 28th, Nashua Telegraph… Obama has said the use of chemical weapons would cross a “red line,” suggesting it would trigger U.S. intervention in the bloody, [ Read more ]
What a coincidence. Jury decision. Holder is marched out to says the words “Stand Your Ground,” my own NH AG gives it the old liberal Amen, and the very next day the Obama Media has begun collectively grinding the stand your ground axe like it was some progressive Gregorian chant. And look! Democrat Dick Durbin [ Read more ]
Hear that, Michael Kitch? Unlike the supposed “demographic death spiral” that Sen. Lindsay “Gramnesty” is predicting for the GOP if we don’t legalize 50 million illegals, this IS a death down slope for this leg of the MSM. How can you have a biz model where 77% of your consumers don’t know or truly don’t [ Read more ]
Well, well, well: President Obama, U.S. Attorney General Holder, and the Chinese communist dictatorship have teamed up to attack an American newspaper, using a little-known federal law. Coincidentally, no doubt, it’s a newspaper that doesn’t openly support any of the three (unlike, say, the Washington Post or the New York Times). Read all about it. (And [ Read more ]
Phil Mickelson made some observations about his taxes. He said they were getting kind of high for his tastes and he might move from California to another state. The media got in their freight train and ran Phil over. So what is the lesson for all the other ‘Phil Mickelsons’ who are successful but live [ Read more ]
Union Leader: “I don’t think it would look good for the state,” she said. “I don’t think it would look good for the party, and I don’t think that the citizens would like to see their beloved representative-elect be expelled.” As Steve pointed out in his post, Stacie Marie / Barry Laughton decided that disclosing [ Read more ]
The Univison interview of Barack Uh..Um..Er..Oh..Bama will go down in history as perhaps the first time Barack Obama has had to face tough questions, as president, from the media. This is in part because the media loves him, and in part due to the administrations ability to use that love-affair to control the message, by [ Read more ]
While the 99% and the Democrats are bashing bankers for not sharing their wealth, take a look at the people running media and entertainment. (Just to give you a baseline, the most well paid “banker” had 21 million in compensation in the same year.) Les Moonves, the CEO of CBS Corp. (CBS), was paid $69.9 [ Read more ]
The editorial in Friday’s The Citizen, reprinted from the Concord Monitor was totally irresponsible. So, I submitted the following as community commentary to The Citizen, and something similar to the Concord Monitor. I doubt they will publish my input: +++++++++++++ Please check the attribution of The Citizen’s April 13, 2012 editorial, titled, “A budget to [ Read more ]
I am just going to keep saying this, and saying this, and saying this while the Presidential campaign is ongoing: Will the Press be willing to do that investigative homework? Or, will this still hold true: After all, at the Washington Press Corp Dinner where Obama let this loose: “Most of you all covered me… [ Read more ]
I just love it when we can go after the lamestream media here in New Hampshire…and the Portsmouth Herald certainly qualifies as “lamestream”! Portsmouth Herald Editorial Board again engages in fiction writing, continues regurgitating inaccurate Democrat and Union Boss talking points Despite the looming New Hampshire Republican primary, the Portsmouth Herald used its editorial space on the Sunday before [ Read more ]
Several in the New Hampshire dead tree press, and their digital protrusions, are jumping on the latest trend in information sharing (or lack of it, actually), the registration wall. The registration wall is similar to the pay-wall except that you can receive limited access (or metered) content for free, but only up to a point. It’s the velvet rope that leads to another velvet rope from which you can see through the open door, but no more.
You should read the entire post by Greg Opelka here (Breitbart’s Big Journalism.com), because it is about the left wings tunnel vision on the racism narrative, but before you do that I wanted to share a snipped from that post that borders on brilliant. It is the kind of writing I aspire to (missing miserably and often) so when I find it I have to share it.
No, we are not surprised to hear that a cabal of media elites (defenders of the ruling class) has been working to co-opt the message and suppress public discourse they do not approve of. From The Daily Caller Watching this all at home were members of Journolist, a listserv comprised of several hundred liberal [ Read more ]
As rumors of the recovery continue, consider this. The same willing media that over emphaszied the failing economy to get democrats elected is the same willing media that is selling a recovery to protect them now that they are in office. One possible upside. People are less trusting of the media, in a downward arc [ Read more ]
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