Edwards at Google

By |May 31st, 2007|

The above video of the event is about an hour, but Politico.com has the snippet that's causing the furor. Kind of them to isolate it, isn't it. Edwards' statement that he read the NIE is now catching attention. He evidently didn't hear the question. Kornblau told ABC Thursday that Edwards misunderstood the question posed at [...]

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Back to Iraq

By |May 31st, 2007|

Back to Iraq updated Photo: Leila Fadel/MCT Nice picture. Joe's Dukakis in a tank moment. Lieberman is the one in the blue shirt, flak jacket and helmet, like I needed to tell you that. A question Joe got from quite a few soldiers in Baghdad: "When are we going to get out of here?" Now [...]

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Heckuva Job Louis Freeh Endorses Rudy

By |May 31st, 2007|

Heckuva Job Louis Freeh Endorses Rudy If ever two people matched each other these two guys are it. Louis Freeh, likely the worst F.B.I. director in U.S. history, not to mention the most self aggrandizing, is supporting Rudy, who decided that even after the World Trade Center buildings were hit that the command center should [...]

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AP Story on Clinton

By |May 30th, 2007|

This is interesting. Clinton was on her fourth campaign trip to Nevada, the site of the nation's second caucus, Jan. 19. She met with hotel and casino workers at a union hall in Las Vegas, and addressed several hundred people at a town hall speech at a North Las Vegas high school. In both venues, [...]

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Clinton’s Snapshot of America

By |May 30th, 2007|

Black, Hispanic, disabled, old, middle aged, young, students, everyone was included. Talk about melting pot and you're talking about Clinton's audience today in North Las Vegas. A stump speech gathering and town hall question and answer period is different from a health care forum or the presidential candidate debates. It was a chance to see [...]

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Covering Clinton

By |May 30th, 2007|

I'll be watching Candidate Clinton today at an event until early afternoon. I'll report back what went down. So my radio show will be back tomorrow.

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Patraeus’s Self Evaluation

By |May 30th, 2007|

Patraeus's Self Evaluation updated This is priceless. Some of you might remember the chat I had with Rand Beeers of NSN. Well yesterday, Ilan Goldenberg, the Executive Director of NSN, wrote about the insanity of General Patraeus giving himself a "self-evaluation." So would this ever happen in the corporate world? You have an employee. He's [...]

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Fox Fries John Edwards

By |May 30th, 2007|

Video Snippet of Bill-O RantFull video, including trailer park set up. You knew it was going to happen. The moment John Edwards said he wouldn't participate in the Fox "News" Nevada presidential debate all hell broke loose. All the candidates followed his lead. It's costing Edwards plenty, at least on Fox. Last night, Bill-O went [...]

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Valerie Plame Was Covert

By |May 29th, 2007|

Valerie Plame Was Covert VIDEO: Valerie Plame was covert.More testimony videos. Oh, Victoria. Ms. Toensing, dahling. Let us review, shall we? Oh, yes, let's. Joseph Wilson's wife, you remember, the covert C.I.A. agent? Well, about that "covert" status you went on and on and on about, my dear. Read it and weep, because the right-wing [...]

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John F. Kennedy

By |May 29th, 2007|

May 29, 1917 - November 22, 1963 As President Kennedy proved through the Cuban missile crisis, the standard by which all presidents should be measured when considering armed conflict is that the threat must be clear and present, but also quantifiable. Creativity in a commander in chief is as important as courage, something John Fitzgerald [...]

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