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  • THE SUV DID IT!

    07/11/2012 7:15:48 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 19 replies
    Powerline ^ | July 11,2012 | JOHN HINDERAKER
    Scott wrote here about the appalling case of a 16-year-old St. Paul girl, Clarisse Grime, who was sitting in the grass at her high school, nowhere near the street, when she was struck and killed by a vehicle that careened out of control and bounced off a fire hydrant. The vehicle was driven by an illegal immigrant who has been in Minnesota for ten years without ever having a driver’s license. He was known to local authorities, having been convicted of drunk driving in 2001 and driving without a license just a few months ago. But the immigration laws are...
  • Suppressing the Political Impact of the Gulf Oil Crisis

    07/14/2010 3:33:15 AM PDT · by Scanian · 8 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | July 14, 2010 | Jed Skillman
    The Obama administration and its media handmaidens are doing their best to move the Gulf oil spill in the directions of Orwell's memory hole as rapidly as possible. All of a sudden, they seem pretty optimistic over at BP. Sounds like they may finally be getting a handle on the Gulf oil spill. Engineers are installing a new containment cap which is expected be a big improvement over the current cap. That first device, lowered into place on June 3, has managed to capture only about one-third of the estimated 60,000-80,000 barrels of crude gushing from the bottom of the...
  • Ask AP's Tom Curley To Fact Check Those 11 Reporters Who Fact Checked Sarah Palin's Going Rogue

    11/20/2009 5:39:05 AM PST · by joeclarke · 7 replies · 609+ views
    JoeClarke.Net ^ | 11/20/2009 | JoeClarke.Net
    Want to do a little something for Sarah? Why not tell Associated Press's president, Tom Curley, to hire eleven more fact checkers to check those earth shaking "facts" discovered by those 11 dedicated Palin-prodding reporters, who were commissioned by the AP to get some dirt on Sarah's book Going Rogue. All that wasted investigatin' and the AP could only come up with the most trivial of errors and pseudo errors, including denouncing her for staying at a New York ritzy hotel (is there any other kind in New York?) after she only admitted in her book that she "does not...
  • 2009 Pulitzer Prize winners announced

    04/20/2009 12:23:30 PM PDT · by Zionist Conspirator · 27 replies · 1,277+ views
    Pulitzer.org ^ | 4/20/'09 | Zionist Conspirator
    Click the link to read the winners.
  • Barney the White House dog bites reporter; mad at liberal press bias? - VIDEO

    11/06/2008 3:05:48 PM PST · by JoeProBono · 59 replies · 2,959+ views
    Barney the first dog bit a White House reporter today. Apparently it wasn't the first time. Jon Decker, a political reporter for Reuters, had just finished a live shot for MSNBC at 10:35 a.m. when he spotted Barney and his handler on a walk. He bent down to pet him. Look out.
  • NBC's Luke Russert says he made 'dumb statement' (suggesting that smart people supported Obama)

    09/25/2008 3:33:26 AM PDT · by SilvieWaldorfMD · 60 replies · 2,137+ views
    AP via Comcast.net ^ | 9/24/08 | AP
    <p>NEW YORK — NBC News reporter Luke Russert said he made a "dumb" misstatement on the "Today" show Wednesday when he suggested that smart people supported Barack Obama for president.</p> <p>Almost immediately, Russert took a hazing in the Web world. Wrote Tim Graham of the conservative Media Research Center on the NewsBusters blog: "Out of the mouths of young, untrained reporters come the unspoken beliefs of the liberal media."</p>
  • Press confronts Palin

    09/11/2008 12:20:16 PM PDT · by JZelle · 27 replies · 191+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 9-11-08 | Mona Charen
    She was a recently elected governor and the mother of five children, including a handicapped infant. The scorn from the mainstream press and the left-leaning blog world was both intense and instantaneous. Andrew Sullivan of the Atlantic immediately began circulating rumors that Trig was not the governor's baby - that she had engaged in a huge charade to cover up her teen daughter's illegitimate child. The New York Times reported on Page One that Mrs. Palin had been a member of the Alaska Independence Party. Eleanor Clift of Newsweek described the reaction of most newsrooms to Mrs. Palin's elevation as...
  • Will Obama Ever Face the Press?

    08/25/2008 8:19:47 AM PDT · by Victory111 · 15 replies · 124+ views
    Cross Action News ^ | 8-25-08 | JB Williams
    It is very troubling that a man is seeking the office of Commander-in-Chief of the United States at a time when he will confront lethal threats against the nation from the most brutal tyrants around the globe, yet he is openly afraid to face the unfriendly news reporters at FOX News Network… He thinks he can handle Al Qaeda, Hamas, Ahmadinejad, Chavez, Kim Jon Il and Russian aggression, but admittedly can’t handle Bill O’Reilly? Even Hillary Clinton was brave enough to sit and field open questions from FOX News, which she did very well by the way. I’m a conservative,...
  • [Edwards] Affair Put Press in A Touchy Situation

    08/10/2008 8:50:21 PM PDT · by Plutarch · 52 replies · 135+ views
    The Washington Post | August 11, 2008 | Howard Kurtz
    By Howard Kurtz Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, August 11, 2008; Page C01 The whispered allegations about John Edwards were an open secret that was debated in every newsroom and reported by almost none. The story of Edwards's affair with a former campaign aide became so widely known -- what a Slate blogger called "undernews" -- that by last week there seemed little point in the mainstream media gatekeepers' keeping it isolated outside their moat. And yet, even as some national news organizations tried halfheartedly to confirm the tawdry tale, they ignored it in public -- wary of the National...
  • Nat’l Post: ‘You’ll Miss’ The Old Media When Its Gone

    08/08/2008 12:51:45 PM PDT · by RogerFGay · 55 replies · 215+ views
    MensNewsDaily.com ^ | August 8, 2008 | By Warner Todd Huston
    Jonathan Kay of the National Post (Canada) is sure that we'll miss the old media when its gone. So sure he wrote a paean to how great the media is... and he missed the target by a wide margin on every point he made. Unfortunately, he took a good point and made a mockery of the truth of the matter with his wrongheaded reasoning. In "You'll miss us when we're gone" Kay asserts that the media exists for "a genuine, altruistic desire for an educated citizenry" and hopes that predictions of its "imminent extinction" are wrong. He also claims...
  • Obama-bashing books are sleeper hits (Dinosaur Media DeathWatch™)

    08/05/2008 2:54:54 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 14 replies · 221+ views
    chicagobusiness.com ^ | Aug. 05, 2008 | AP
    Going negative against Democrat Barack Obama isn't just a campaign strategy for Republican John McCain. It's also a good formula for selling books.
  • Counter to press - 19,000 insurgents killed in Iraq since '03

    03/25/2008 12:48:56 AM PDT · by Exton1 · 38 replies · 1,041+ views
    Google search | Unk maybe Sep 2007 | Jim Michaels
    19,000 insurgents killed in Iraq since '03 By Jim Michaels - September 2007 ? More than 19,000 militants have been killed in fighting with coalition forces since the insurgency began more than four years ago, according to military statistics released for the first time. The statistics show that 4,882 militants were killed in clashes with coalition forces this year, a 25% increase over all of last year. The increase in enemy deaths this year reflects more aggressive tactics adopted by American forces and an additional 30,000 U.S. troops ordered by the White House this year. U.S. and Iraqi forces launched...
  • U.S. Media's Election Coverage—Biased, Sure, But Why?

    11/07/2006 9:38:34 AM PST · by S. T. Karnick · 7 replies · 969+ views
    Karnick on Culture ^ | 11/07/06 | S. T. Karnick
    Here is my answer to Howard Kurtz’s argument, in the Washington Post, that the press’s treatment of the run-up to today’s election does not really reflect liberal bias. Kurtz’s argument is unconvincing and merits a strong response from the right. Sam Karnick S. T. Karnick Director of Publications, Heartland Institute Karnick on Culturehttp://stkarnick.com/blog2/2006/11/election_media_coveragebiased.html U.S. Media's Election Coverage—Biased, Sure, But Why? It's Election Day, as you've probably heard, incessantly. The race for control of the U.S. House and Senate, between two political parties representing different sets of powerful, elite fatcats, is a close one, and hence the press coverage has been...
  • WaPo Columnist: Yes, Journalists Lean Left, and Reason Why 'Would Infuriate You'(STUNNING)

    10/24/2006 11:57:11 AM PDT · by tobyhill · 58 replies · 3,247+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | 10/24/2006 | Tim Johnson
    Whenever a writer for one of America's most influential newspapers states his or her opinions about liberal media bias, it should be brought to the attention of NewsBusters readers (unless, of course, said writer merely offers some variant of the lame, threadbare "we get complaints from both the right and the left, which tells me our coverage is balanced" argument). Washington Post humor columnist Gene Weingarten also occasionally writes long pieces for the paper's Sunday magazine. In a Monday web chat concerning Weingarten's admiring profile of Doonesbury's Garry Trudeau, a questioner charged that the Post ran that story and others...
  • Mainstream Press Gets Radical Islam Wrong Again- Dangerously Wrong

    10/24/2006 9:27:19 AM PDT · by AnnaSM · 19 replies · 716+ views
    Family Security Matters ^ | October 24, 2006 | Dr. Walid Phares
    "It seems that the US is having a hard time winning the hearts and minds of Arabs and Muslims, but an equally serious problem can be observed in the intellectual circles of America where some have had a difficulty coming to terms with the terminology of the War of Ideas. If the educated elite of the United States is incapable of identifying the ideology and the strategy of the Jihadists five years after 9/11, we not only have a problem with handling the War in Iraq, but also with the future of American national security as a whole. An article...
  • Police search for Dolton bank robber (World's Largest Handgun)

    09/15/2006 7:10:24 AM PDT · by Tim Slagle · 90 replies · 37,733+ views
    Bellevile News-Democrat (AP) ^ | September 14, 2006
    They didn't find a gun or any sign of a suspect, who McClendon described as wearing a black sweat suit, black shoes and carrying a 38 mm handgun.
  • Jury Convicts Man Who Killed Woman Because She Was White (Hate Crime)

    07/12/2006 6:05:06 AM PDT · by LurkedLongEnough · 41 replies · 1,415+ views
    WFSB Hartford ^ | July 12, 2006 | AP
    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- A homeless convicted rapist who told police he stabbed a woman to death because she was white was convicted Tuesday of murder as a hate crime. Jurors found Phillip Grant guilty of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon. Grant, who is black, had admitted killing Concetta Russo-Carriero, 56, last June in a mall parking garage. "As long as she had blond hair and blue eyes, she had to die," Grant said on a videotaped statement to police, which was shown at the trial. "I have no remorse whatsoever because she was white." Grant, 44,...
  • Financial Transparency for thee, but not for me at NYT

    03/08/2006 6:10:23 PM PST · by grandpa jones · 15 replies · 790+ views
    BizzyBlog ^ | 3/8/06 | TBlumer
    Thomas Lifson and Jack Risko have done a tremendous public service by reviewing the financial statements and public disclosures of The New York Times Company. The pair have come up with treasure trove of interesting info. The three juiciest tidbits are these: The Times Company’s flagship newspaper, The New York Times, is only third in circulation in the New York Metro area. Its Metro circulation of about 556,000 is well behind that of The New York Post (663,000) and The New York Daily News (689,000), and has dropped 27% since 1993. The growth of its advertising revenues badly trails inflation,...
  • The Pessimism Deficit

    02/24/2006 6:01:19 AM PST · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 4 replies · 296+ views
    NY Times ^ | February 19, 2006 | Sarah Vowell
    My go-to worldview is pessimism. I see a Times Square billboard promoting a musical that has its audience "dancing in the aisles" and I can't help but think, "That is a fire hazard." But it has been my happy experience that if one moves through life in a constant state of low-key dread, then one gets to be continually pleasantly surprised.... I got the feeling that he was asking for reasons to be optimistic about the government Alas, I see my initial worries about the current administration as the greatest betrayal in my whole life by my old pal pessimism....
  • Cheney Controversy Persists(hilarious must read)

    02/16/2006 1:44:02 PM PST · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 85 replies · 2,943+ views
    ABC ^ | February 15, 2006
    Questions about why Vice President Dick Cheney did not tell the public that he had accidentally shot Texas lawyer Harry Whittington during a quail hunting outing in Texas on Saturday continue to persist. Now the White House is under fire for not releasing information on the Cheney shooting quickly enough.
  • Show me the cartoons!

    02/14/2006 9:57:53 AM PST · by Anne_Conn · 4 replies · 602+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | Tuesday, February 14, 2006 | Anthony Oluwatoyin
    Show me the cartoons! By Anthony Oluwatoyin Tuesday, February 14, 2006 In my first piece on the topic of the Moslem cartoons, I framed a simple question that is surely at the heart of the mystery in the ongoing saga. Exactly what, I asked, is so ambiguous to Western liberals about unambiguous Moslem violence, violence as a means to settle any and all disagreements?
  • Donors Underwrite DeLay's Luxury Lifestyle - WHAT'S THE POINT OF THIS ARTICLE???

    12/20/2005 2:58:44 PM PST · by goalinestan · 29 replies · 764+ views
    AP-Yahoo ^ | 12/20/05 | Larry Margasak, Sharon Theimer
    WASHINGTON - As Tom DeLay became a king of campaign fundraising, he lived like one too. He visited cliff-top Caribbean resorts, golf courses designed by PGA champions and four-star restaurants — all courtesy of donors who bankrolled his political money empire. ADVERTISEMENT [0] Over the past six years, the former House majority leader and his associates have visited places of luxury most Americans have never seen, often getting there aboard corporate jets arranged by lobbyists and other special interests. Public documents reviewed by The Associated Press tell the story: at least 48 visits to golf clubs and resorts; 100 flights...
  • U.S. steps up commercial spying

    12/20/2005 4:52:41 AM PST · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 37 replies · 651+ views
    MSNBC ^ | 1998 | may 7
    NEW YORK, May 7 — Newly unearthed documents, mostly letters from the CIA to Congress, lay out evidence of an intensive intelligence effort to help U.S. corporations win contracts overseas. The documents, all published during the Clinton administration, appear to confirm reports that America’s electronic eavesdropping apparatus was involved in commercial espionage.
  • Spying Scandal Draws Heat

    12/17/2005 6:17:31 AM PST · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 47 replies · 1,029+ views
    LA Times ^ | December 17, 2005 | Maura Reynolds and Greg Miller
    WASHINGTON — Members of Congress demanded Friday that President Bush and his administration explain his decision to permit the country's most secretive intelligence agency to spy on American citizens in the United States after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks without first obtaining warrants.
  • Another Leak Probe? GOP Calls for Investigation into 'Wash Post' Scoop on CIA 'Black Sites'

    11/08/2005 10:26:04 AM PST · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 25 replies · 1,394+ views
    Editor and Publisher ^ | November 08, 2005 | By E&P Staff
    Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and House Speaker Dennis Hastert on Tuesday called for a congressional investigation into who told Washington Post reporter Dana Priest about previously undisclosed CIA interrogation centers. On Nov. 2, Priest's report on the so-called "black sites" -- which he describes as a "covert prison system set up by the CIA nearly four years ago" to interrogate some of the most important al Qaeda captives -- caused world-wide interest and focused attention on the Bush administration's anti-terror strategy.
  • David Gregory/NBC: Liars, or just lazy?

    10/25/2005 4:13:50 PM PDT · by Allen H · 53 replies · 2,186+ views
    Tonight on NBCs evening news, after the gleeful reporting of the 2,000th combat death in Iraq, giving only passing mention to the fact that 79% of the voters in Iraq approved of the Iraqi Constitution and Bill of Rights, describing later that the people are still "divided", NBC went on to their continuing biased coverage of Plame-gate, There was either a deliberate lie, or a blatant example of lazy ineptness on behalf of the script David Gregory was reading. The comment was to the effect of "…regarding the phone conversations of Karl Rove, and whether or not he "outed" Valerie...
  • New York's GOP mayor opposes Bush pick for Supreme Court

    09/17/2005 1:06:49 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 55 replies · 1,087+ views
    Newsday ^ | 9.17.05 | DAVID B. CARUSO
    NEW YORK -- Campaigning for re-election in an unquestionably liberal city, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has broken with fellow Republicans, saying he opposes President Bush's pick for Chief Justice of the United States.
  • On Bush Policy: Whose Side Are You On? - (stupendous endorsement of President's policies!)

    06/13/2005 9:21:35 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 16 replies · 844+ views
    CHRONWATCH.COM ^ | JUNE 14, 2005 | EDWARD L. DALEY
    I constantly hear liberals decry the policies of George W. Bush, using catch phrases like “out of the mainstream” and “dangerously irresponsible” to describe them. Apparently, if you repeat something often enough, using the same carefully crafted terminology, and applying to it with the same condescending tone each time, it magically becomes the truth... at least in the minds of leftists. And, of course, the primary policy target of left-wingers in Congress remains the war in Iraq, even though nearly all of them supported it initially. As recent polls show support for the war waning, liberals all over the country...
  • OOPS, THERE GOES ANOTHER COUPLE OF MILLION DOLLAR INDY CARS WIPED OUT BY A WOMAN DRIVER

    06/01/2005 6:08:24 PM PDT · by joeclarke · 9 replies · 683+ views
    JoeClarke.Net ^ | 06/01/2005 | JoeClarke
    Thanks To http://michaelsavage.com and http://spectator.org For The HeadsUp On This One. [I Hope I Don't Get Into The Trouble Rush Limbaugh Did When He Commented How The Media Falls In Love With Certain Genders And Ethnic Groups Just Because They Are Not Male WASPs] Although the male Indy drivers, and the press (which was spellbound over the 4th place finish for Danica Patrick) were too polite to mention it, Danica totalled two (COUNT THEM, TWO) Million Dollar+ Indy cars when she lost control of her vehicle. The two Indies belonged to the same team - Panther Racing - which had...
  • Proof Positive (Examples to cite when someone denies there is a MSM bias)

    05/21/2005 9:22:05 AM PDT · by cchandler · 211+ views
    I have a few friends who think that liberal media bias is a conservative myth. They obstinately cling to the explanation that biased people see bias in the news when they're offended by the target of the story. I'm willing to concede that their argument has merit, but it doesn't invalidate the claim that the collective American press is slanted to the left. When I present them with countless examples of skewed reporting, they always retreat to debunking the ridiculous idea of there being a secret journalistic society that coordinates hit pieces and represses news benefitting Republicans. I repeatedly describe...
  • VERY LATE BREAKING NEWS: CHURCH PASTOR BURNS BIBLE/HARRY POTTER BOOKS - NO RIOTS!

    05/17/2005 4:01:11 AM PDT · by joeclarke · 25 replies · 1,219+ views
    Signs Of The Times ^ | 08/05/2003 | Signs Of The Times
    VERY LATE BREAKING NEWS: CHURCH PASTOR BURNS BIBLE/HARRY POTTER BOOKS - NO RIOTS! Greenville Church Burns the Bible August 3, 2003 GREENVILLE -- A church in Greenville thinks the Harry Potter books are part of an evil cult, so church leaders decided to have an old-fashioned book burning, but children's books were not the only things that went into the fire. "They have changed it the key points in the Bible," said Bishop Tom Turner Sr. of Jesus Non-Denominational Church in Greenville. "The majority of it's probably the same, but it takes just a little bit to mislead people." So...
  • Pope Calls on Media to Report Responsibly

    05/08/2005 6:46:59 AM PDT · by Caipirabob · 76 replies · 986+ views
    New York Port via AP ^ | May 8, 8:31 AM EDT | NICOLE WINFIELD
    VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Pope Benedict XVI said Sunday that the media can spread peace but also foment violence, and he called on journalists to exercise responsibility to ensure objective reports that respect human dignity and the common good. Benedict made the comments during a brief appearance at his studio window to bless thousands of people in St. Peter's Square below, following in the beloved Sunday tradition of Pope John Paul II.
  • NBC'S Unabated Catholic Bashing

    05/06/2005 9:04:48 AM PDT · by 26lemoncharlie · 12 replies · 1,005+ views
    Catholic Online ^ | 4/30/2005 | Michael J. Gaynor
    The National Broadcasting Company is continuing its anti-Catholic ways. And not even being subtle about it. Blasphemy is "the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for God." Sacrilege is "gross irreverence toward a hallowed person, place, or thing." On February 22, NBC broadcast an egregiously insulting episode of the sitcom "Committed,” using consecrated Communion wafers as comic fodder. In the name of humor, two of the show's characters flushed a Communion wafer down a toilet! For "good" measure, the show portrayed a priest as a vulgar ignoramus. For Catholics, that Communion wafer literally is the Body...
  • CREATING A BRAVE NEW DEMOCRATIC WORLD - (Super Joe Scarborough socks it to the NY Times!)

    12/23/2004 6:05:45 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 3 replies · 657+ views
    JEWISH WORLD REVIEW.COM ^ | DECEMBER 23, 2004 | JOE SCARBOROUGH
    No longer will Shiites be assassinated by Saddam's Sunnis if they dare to tell their followers to worship G-d in their own unique way. No longer will Kurds worry about whether their political acts will lead to their children and wives dying unimaginably gruesome deaths. A Stalinist leader who allowed Sunnis to rule by tyranny is in prison, the oppressed are on the verge of being liberated by our country, and the New York Times is bitching about it. What's wrong with this picture?
  • Damned if they do, Dead if they don't... The Relentless Attacks of The "Embedded" Liberal Media

    11/20/2004 10:35:18 AM PST · by Happy2BMe · 27 replies · 2,050+ views
    n their latest campaign to eradicate Jihadi vermin on the Iraqi warfront with Jihadistan, U.S. Marines and Army infantry have, in the last two weeks, purged Fallujah of more than 5,000 terrorist insurgents who were dug in throughout the city. The combat has been fierce. A week into the Fallujah operation, an NBC photographer embedded with the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, recorded video of a young combat-hardened Marine entering a room in a mosque where he found several insurgents on the floor under covers. Unable to determine if these enemy combatants were injured, dead or preparing to ambush his...
  • Two Sun journalists target of a ban

    11/20/2004 2:40:39 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 42 replies · 3,024+ views
    Baltimore Sun ^ | November 20, 2004 | Stephen Kiehl
    The Ehrlich administration has taken the unusual step of banning all state officials from speaking with two Sun journalists, who they say are "failing to objectively report" on state issues. The governor's press office sent a memo Thursday to all state public information officers and to the governor's staff ordering them to not speak with State House Bureau Chief David Nitkin or columnist Michael Olesker. "Do not return calls or comply with any requests," press secretary Shareese N. DeLeaver wrote in the memo. The ban is in effect "until further notice." "There's no hiding the fact of The Sun's distaste...
  • HOAXES PROPPED UP CBS's FRAUDULENT MEMOS

    10/20/2004 7:34:46 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 14 replies · 1,274+ views
    Private Email | OCTOBER 20, 2004 | JOHN WAMBOUGH, JR. USAF (Ret)
    Hoaxes Propped Up CBS's Fraudulent Memos Dan Rather's CBS' 60 Minutes Hit Piece on President Bush's ANG Record based on Left-Wing Media Hoaxes. By Col. John H. Wambough, Jr. USAF (Ret.) October 22, 2004 - See Bush and Uncommon Valor www.nsar.us Article: Series One Leapfrogged Hundreds Hoax and Political Influence/Favoritism Hoax Since Left-Wing Media (LWM) has fabricated many hoaxes (concerning President Bush's Air National Guard service), it is not practical to address each of them in one article - so they will be presented to the American people in a series, starting with the “Leapfrogged Hundreds Hoax” and “Political Influence/Favoritism...
  • TEN QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATE KERRY

    10/19/2004 3:47:16 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 7 replies · 786+ views
    JB WILLIAMS.COM ^ | OCTOBER 19, 2004 | JB WILLIAMS
    Ten Questions for Candidate Kerry! JB Williams & Regular Readers ©2004-10-19 Since the American media is determined to not ask Presidential candidate John Kerry the most important questions of this election, the American people will just have to ask them themselves… It could just as easily have been 100 questions, since the press has given John Kerry a complete pass on all pertinent questions concerning his candidacy. But since we only have 2 weeks left before Election Day, I thought we better narrow them down to the ten most important questions, in hopes that we can get someone to ask...
  • Both Candidates Often Shift Positions (AP Extreme BARFARAMA)

    09/12/2004 3:45:35 PM PDT · by Colosis · 27 replies · 514+ views
    AP ^ | 9-12-04 | TOM RAUM
    Both Candidates Often Shift Positions Sun Sep 12, 7:08 AM ET By TOM RAUM, Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON - While working relentlessly to portray Democratic Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites) as a "flip-flopper," President Bush (news - web sites) has his own history of changing his position, from reversals on steel tariffs and "nation-building" to reasons for invading Iraq (news - web sites). AP Photo Latest headlines: · Edwards: Bush Implied Saddam-Attacks Link AP - 4 minutes ago · US presidential battle kills off assault weapons banAFP - 19 minutes ago · Victorious on Gun Ban, NRA Looks...
  • ABC's Amnesia on Terror Ties

    06/17/2004 8:56:43 AM PDT · by bolobaby · 16 replies · 390+ views
    Media Research Center ^ | 6/17/04 | Media Research Center
    (Excerpt from www.mrc.org's homepage) The liberal media now scoff at the idea that Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein had any kind of partnership, but back on January 14, 1999, ABC News aired a prime time report about links between the dangerous duo. Reporter Sheila MacVicar cited sources from the Clinton administration's intelligence agencies: "Almost certainly, they say, bin Laden has been told he would be welcome in Baghdad."
  • Be Honest, Liberals. Just Admit That You Hated Reagan

    06/17/2004 7:05:54 AM PDT · by Lando Lincoln · 6 replies · 229+ views
    Chron Watch ^ | 17 June 2004 | Bob Parks
    Forgive me if I’m stereotyping but I’ve found some liberals to be some of the most dishonest of people. Armed with their inherent ''superiority complex,'' they feel quite confident they’ll not be exposed as the liars they are because everyone else is just too stupid. So you can imagine the surprise I felt when I read comments from liberals who genuinely hate Former-President Ronald Reagan. Now it can be debated whether Mr. Reagan would have been comfortable with the nonstop lionizing that he received, and whether the media’s comments of tribute were entirely genuine. There are people out there with...
  • An Open Letter to American Media: Enough Is Enough

    05/25/2004 11:52:21 PM PDT · by jaykay · 10 replies · 412+ views
    Chronwatch ^ | May 25, 2004 | Dr. Ted Miller
    An Open Letter to American Media: Enough Is Enough Posted by Cinnamon StillwellTuesday, May 25, 2004     The following ''Open Letter to American Media'' was written by Dr. Ted Miller, a professor of military studies at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado.  In it, he expresses the frustration many of us feel about our mainstream media's seeming bias against their own country.      I have long perceived a bias in the mainstream media and have for years been frustrated with its implications for our society and nation.  The political slant inherent in modern journalism is no longer unexpected and is even tolerable when social...
  • Canada Wants Its Fox News

    04/27/2004 5:09:32 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 49 replies · 3,497+ views
    NewMax ^ | 4/27/04 | Carl Limbacher
    "Why is Fox News banned from Canada, yet CNN isn't?" Peter Worthington of the Toronto Sun poses this question in his latest article. He isn't sure if it's because Canada is more accepting of the liberal-leaning CNN, or if it's just because CNN was there first and is sort of 'grandfathered in,' so to speak. Either way, Fox News has blown away the competition here in the U.S., and Worthington says he feels "withdrawal pangs" after returning to a Fox-free Canada. "I find Fox News an invaluable balance to CNN programming," he says. When he called up his cable company...
  • HardBall - Burying the Lead...

    04/02/2004 4:34:46 PM PST · by dvwjr · 21 replies · 112+ views
    MSNBC | 04-02-2004 | dvwjr
    Was it just me, or has Hardball's Chris Matthews just buried the lead story of today, the employment figures which showed a gain of 308,000 jobs in March and a revision upwards of 72,000 jobs for January/February. Not a single mention of this fact in all his segments, but he did manage to cover higher gas prices at the pump. This is a pattern of Mr. Matthews, I just had to watch tonight because I bet someone Matthews would not mention this fact today in anyway. Looks like I won the bet... dvwjr
  • Man claims firm 'make him sleep with his wife

    02/17/2004 4:13:06 PM PST · by MountainPatriot · 11 replies · 218+ views
    Marty Backus Jr, a former publisher, is suing Lancaster Newspapers, as he claims they ordered him to attend church weekly and go to bed with his wife every night. He also claims that the paper banned him from alcohol and said he must have dinner with his family at least five times a week. His suit claims he was fired after 21 years when the Lancasters began to question his faith in God and loyalty to the company. Mr Backus also claims he was summoned to corporate headquarters in Gadsden after he and his wife began experiencing marital problems. He...
  • 'Red Meat'Previews'Angry Campaign'Reporters (Inviting Democrats to Castigate Bush)

    01/21/2004 2:11:58 PM PST · by fight_truth_decay · 4 replies · 214+ views
    MRC Alert Special ^ | 4:40pm EST, Wednesday January 21, 2004 | BrentBaker,RichardNoyes
    Media Reality Check. "'Red Meat' Previews 'Angry Campaign'; Reporters Rebuke Tone and Substance of State of the Union While Inviting Democrats to Castigate BushBelow is the text of a Campaign 2004 Media Reality Check report, by the MRC's Rich Noyes, which was distributed by fax this afternoon. It combines some Tuesday night material, which appeared in today's CyberAlert, with fresh quotes from the Wednesday morning shows. The pull-out quote in the middle of the faxed page highlights Judy Woodruff's upset on CNN on Monday about how Bush's State of the Union address would distract attention from the Democrats. Monday's CyberAlert...
  • SADDAMFREUDE WATCH

    12/14/2003 5:02:43 PM PST · by livesbygrace · 97 replies · 684+ views
    andrewsullivan.com ^ | 12/14/03 | Andrew Sullivan
    Readers are invited to send in the most strained and mealy-mouthed statements from the devastated press and anti-war politicians and activists following the capture of Saddam. First up: Saddam's paid-up British anti-war activist, George Galloway: "This will not stop the Iraqi resistance. if anything, it may set the resistance free, if you like, from the cloud of Saddam Hussein, and transform it into a purely national resistance movement without the charge that it's being controlled from behind by the deposed president." Galloway must be worried sick about what Saddam might tell the coalition. So must Chirac. - 4:23:59 PM
  • The Miami Herald's "Double Standard" [BARF ALERT]

    12/03/2003 11:45:17 AM PST · by MegaSilver · 6 replies · 220+ views
    The Miami Herald ^ | 03 December 2003 | Alvin W. Forbing
    Double standard? Pat Buchanan, in his Nov. 29 Other Views column, It's time to revolt against judges, on gay marriage, states: • ''It is time for elected representatives to take back powers that were never constitutionally granted to any court.'' • ''The Massachusetts court has just usurped the power of the elected branches, and they should slap the court down.'' • ''Time to go to the root of America's social crisis: the power usurped by judges and imposed against the will of the people and their chosen representatives.'' Why didn't Buchanan apply those same ideas after the 2000 presidential election?
  • Iraqis challenge US account of battle (Who ya gonna believe?)

    12/02/2003 2:38:11 AM PST · by Happy2BMe · 13 replies · 168+ views
    Iraqis challenge US account of battle Michael Howard in Baghdad and Julian Borger in WashingtonTuesday December 2, 2003The Guardian Iraqi officials in Samarra yesterday challenged US military accounts of a bloody battle on Sunday, accusing American soldiers of spraying fire at random on the city streets, killing several civilians. US army spokesmen claimed that up to 54 Iraqi guerrillas had been killed when they tried to ambush two armoured convoys bringing new banknotes to two Samarra banks, triggering the biggest pitched battle in Iraq since May 1, when President George Bush declared "major combat operations" over. There were no reported...
  • What's the Value of a Fetus

    10/26/2003 5:55:28 AM PST · by LadyDoc · 14 replies · 171+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 10-26-03 | WILLIAM SALETAN
    With the Senate's passage last week of the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003, supporters of abortion rights face an increasingly conspicuous problem. It's not simply that it is set to be the first federal law to criminalize a specific abortion procedure. It's that they still don't know how to articulate the value of unborn human life. ......(see link for middle part of article)..... Why go to such lengths to ignore the developing human? Because, as one women's rights group puts it, "treating the fetus as a legal entity separate from the pregnant woman creates the potential for an adversarial...