Redundancies: Washington Post and/or Crap

March 22, 2014

This is why I hate the press:

Let me offer an alternative explanation of why the Washington Post published their Keystone/Koch smear:

1) The Washington Post in general, and Mufson and Eilperin in particular, are agents of the Left, the environmental movement and the Democratic Party.

2) The Keystone Pipeline is a problem for the Democratic Party because 60% of voters want the pipeline built, while the party’s left-wing base insists that it not be approved.

3) The Keystone Pipeline is popular because it would broadly benefit the American people by creating large numbers of jobs, making gasoline more plentiful and bringing down the cost of energy.

4) Therefore, the Democratic Party tries to distract from the real issues surrounding the pipeline by claiming, falsely, that its proponents are merely tools of the billionaire Koch brothers–who, in fact, have nothing to do with Keystone one way or the other.

5) The Post published its article to assist the Democratic Party with its anti-Keystone talking points.

via Instapundit » Blog Archive » JOHN HINDERAKER: The Washington Post Responds To Me, and I Reply to the Post. So in the Post’s….


American Press Gone Soft

October 2, 2011
The only thing that’s gotten soft in America is press coverage of Democrat politicians. This guy was given a free ride, both during his campaign and after the election, by the MSM that is only now coming to grips with their mistake. For an institution that claims to be the “Forth Estate” these people were soundly asleep at the wheel.
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Obama: U.S. Had “Gotten a Little Soft” in Last Couple Decades, Lost Competitiveness

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In an interview with an Orlando TV station Thursday, President Obama said that the U.S. had “gotten a little soft” in the last couple decades, losing its competitiveness.
“The way I think about it is, this is a great, great country that had gotten a little soft and we didn’t have that same competitive edge that we needed over the last couple of decades,” he said. “We need to get back on track.”
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The Destruction of Economic Facts – BusinessWeek

April 29, 2011

The Destruction of Economic Facts – BusinessWeek

This is huge and well worth reading… titled “The Destruction of Economic Fact”, this article is about how financial rules have been changed to circumnavigate the truth in order to gain short term profit. The end result is not just uncertainty, but an erosion of stability that previously attracted so much worldwide investment into the US economy.

Money quote:

…businesses are left to figure out reality on the basis of connections, influence, and private information. Just like we do in developing and former communist countries.

Regulating the Internet

April 17, 2011

Instapundit » Blog Archive » READER MARTIN MURCEK ON THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION’S INTERNET ID POLICY: “So, I need to give my ‘real…

Oh this is too good…

Reader Kevin Greene snarks: “I’d be more than happy to present the government a copy of my original long-form birth certificate in order to use the internet. And I’ll do that the day Barack Obama shows me his.”

US – Libya War

March 20, 2011

Gadhafi vows long war after US, allies strike – Yahoo! News


Cindy Sheehan? Campouts at the presidents house? Protests in San Francisco? The moral urgency? David Letterman? Jon Stewart? Stephen Colbert? Nancy Pelosi? NY Times? Declaration of War from congress – or even a resolution?

Oh thats right… back then it was all about oil.

UPDATE: Found this in the comments section of the Althouse blog:

JayC said…
Scott Walker’s invasion of Libya is an illegal war of choice on a sovereign nation. No blood for cheese! Wait a minute… I think I have the wrong script. Give me a minute, here.
3/19/11 9:31 PM

Chicago and California – One and the Same

February 27, 2011

Rahm Emanuel transition team member resigns after questions on state ethics violations –

Where oh where to start…

Let’s begin with Judy Erwin, former IL lawmaker busted last year for conducting campaign business while on the governement clock. In other words, during Barak Obama’s campaign in 2008 she was getting paid by non-partisan taxpayers to work on a partisan campaign. A big no-no, which not only got her fined and fired but she also was made to promise never again to work for the state of IL.

All of this came to light last summer.

But things get busy and it’s easy to forget promises made in the bliss of summer, especially those that come with a fine and losing your job. Why should we wonder at her paid position on newly elected Rahm Emanuel’s transition team? This was a political explosion that even Rahm recognized needed swift attention.

Next we’ll move to Rahm’s campaign theme of ethical reform… Rahm Emanuel… the guy who needed a state supreme court decision to calculate just how much he bent the residency law to legally make the Chicago ballot.

Put it this way – Rahm Emanuel is to ethics like Hollywood is to Christianity. Any attempt to even pretend there’s a connection will only convince those who are either incredibly foolish or who truly want to be fooled.

Which brings me and my battered California ego to ask the question, “Who the hell voted for this guy… based on ETHICS?!!” And the only reason I mention California is because the rest of the nation wonders at why we still vote the same incumbents into office despite the obvious disaster that sticks to their hands (see 2nd time gov Jerry Brown and Sen. Barbara Boxer, teacher and public employee unions).

So the only explanation I can see is it really is the same in Chicago as California. Gerrymandered voting districts, voter rolls filled with dead people, and media bias willing to turn a blind eye.

No wonder Chicago looks so familiar to this California native.

Oscar Night Temperatures

February 27, 2011 – Weather News | Unusual Cold Expected for Oscars Red Carpet

Sorry – I just have to take a shot at Hollywood liberals who drank the global warming kool-aid. Expected high temps will be in the 50s…

Such a high temperature is more than 10 degrees below normal, making this one of the coldest red carpet ceremonies in Oscar history. In fact, the forecast high of 56 is just two degrees above the record for lowest high temperature for the date.

Without sounding too bitter, I hope you freeze your silicon butts off in those designer fashions on the red carpet.