Rudy Clueless on Health Care

By |October 29th, 2007|

A commercial for the status quo. These guys have no answers at all. None. Zero. Zip.

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Another Obama Blunder

By |October 29th, 2007|

Another Obama Blunder updated The pinpoint accuracy of John Aravosis is hurting Obama, especially with McClurkin's own words to add to the mix. If this is the company Mr. Obama keeps, well, you've really got to wonder about his judgment. However, nothing is as damaging as the foolhardy tactic Mr. Obama is using trying to [...]

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Sunday Shows Beat the Drum on Iran

By |October 29th, 2007|

Taylor Marsh LIVE! 3:00 p.m. eastern - 12:00 pacific Missed the show? Podcast is up. FEMA fallout & News; Iran on Sunday, and the B2; Matthews Clinton Marriage Fetish in Flames Sunday show conversation revolved around Iran. The video above says it all. Only "Meet the Press" offered an alternative, which included Chriss Dodd, as [...]

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Clinton’s Negative Press

By |October 29th, 2007|

Interesting study from the Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, found at It helps explain why so many people stopping by here are surprised by the coverage I present on Clinton. It doesn't mimic the negative press she's hammered with across the media, [...]

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World Series Champions, The Boston Red Sox

By |October 28th, 2007|

I'm not a Sox fan. I'm a St. Louis Cardinals girl and have been my entire life. In fact, I go back to when Tim McCarver was a catcher for the Cards, not an announcer. Listening to Harry Caray and Jack Buck every season when I was a kid, I used to dream of doing [...]

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What’s Happening in Iowa

By |October 28th, 2007|

What's Happening in Iowa guest post by Chase Martyn Managing Editor of Iowa Independent Last week kicked off with a bang when Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama clashed in Iowans' mailboxes.  Clinton, who has been criticized by all of her Democratic opponents for her vote in favor of a senate resolution classifying Iran's Revolutionary [...]

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Edwards Schools Obama

By |October 28th, 2007|

h/t reader & Edwards supporter HM Edwards was the first to pull back on his Iraq war vote, committing himself against the $87 billion way back during the '04 race. More importantly, Edwards was the first to go after Clinton for her vote Kyl-Lieberman vote, which he continues to do now that Iran is coming [...]

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Iraq’s Refugees

By |October 28th, 2007|

Iraq's Refugees updated guest post by Cujo359 The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) now estimates that 4.4 million Iraqis have fled their homes. Roughly half, 2.2 million, are displaced within Iraq: More than 2 million Iraqis are displaced inside Iraq, with over 1 million displaced since the February 2006 Samarra bombings. While most [...]

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Another Round of Negative Edwards Coverage

By |October 27th, 2007|

"This is silly. We love all reporters. The problem is the feeling isn't always mutual." - Edwards campaign They're right. This is a silly kerfuffle. The above quote is what I got on the record, which is the Edwards line in The New York Times and beyond. I'm with Larry Johnson (who will be on [...]

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Hell Freezes

By |October 27th, 2007|

I have no idea what this picture is all about, but that it accompanies a story about Bush using Condi to get help from Clinton and Carter on the Middle East, I can guess. Nah, enjoy the caption games at C&L instead. However, Republicans may finally understand that if you want diplomacy done and something [...]

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