Calling Hugh Hefner

By |June 1st, 2011|

"There are photographs of me in the world. Yes," he said. "We dont know where the photograph came from. We don't know for sure what's on it, we don't know for sure if its been manipulated, if it was taken out of one place and dropped in something else. And I'm going to let this [...]

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Ed Schultz Apologizes

By |May 26th, 2011|

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Schultz is on voluntary unpaid absence for the coming week, with MSNBC issuing a statement late yesterday about Ed Schultz's embarrassing public belch. The comments over at Ed's MSNBC page are wholly supportive of the blue collar talk radio hero, whose passions drive [...]

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Down the Memory Hole with the New York Times

By |April 28th, 2011|

It is inconceivable that this campaign to portray Mr. Obama as the insidious "other" would have been conducted against a white president. - A Certificate of Embarrassment, The New York Times Are you kidding me? It's a "certificate of embarrassment" all right, for the New York Times. It was none other than the Times who [...]

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Obama’s Economic Message Malpractice

By |April 28th, 2011|

Republican primary voters at this early stage of the game now give billionaire developer Donald Trump the edge over presumptive favorites Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee in the race to be the GOP's presidential nominee in 2012. - Another Meaningless Poll That Sends a Message to Democrats From Superman Reannounces US Citizenship - Action Comics [...]

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Barack Obama’s ‘Mean Streak’

By |April 18th, 2011|

This Washington Examiner editorial made me laugh out loud. The headline is: Mean streak: Obama is not as nice as he looks. This is news? Evidently the Republicans never heard of Alice Palmer. Taking on the very obvious first, Republicans are whining because Pres. Obama supposedly gave a "mean-spirited partisanship, gross misrepresentations of fact, and [...]

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Happy Tax Day, Suckers

By |April 15th, 2011|

Read it and weep, then remember that Pres. Obama and the Democrats are a big part of this problem today, beyond what the graph illustrates. They're the ones who not only initially caved on extending the Bush tax cuts, but adopted the Republican economic model of cutting spending and taxes, taking up the Right's narrative. [...]

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Start Your Shutdown Clock. Seriously?

By |April 8th, 2011|

There's a spending agreement, $38 billion, according to Reid, with the Democratic talking point being it's all about defunding Planned Parenthood. Huh, $38 billion? That's new. Anyway, Boehner is still contending the number's too small and there's no agreement and it's not about funding Planned Parenthood. Either way it comes down to an ideological battle [...]

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Flashback Fun for 2012: Newt Gingrich Spinning his Cheating During Clinton Impeachment

By |March 28th, 2011|

Republicans need to take this clown down. Mitt Romney should rhetorically nuke Newt. But even as Chris Wallace zeroed in on Gingrich, watching Wallace squirm while doing it was telling. The Fox News anchor obviously conflicted about cornering a Republican. Having gone through impeachment and written in Clinton's defense at the time, the unwinding of [...]

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Geraldine Ferraro, First Woman on Major Ticket Passes

By |March 26th, 2011|

Geraldine Ferraro was a first for the United States. First woman to break the presidential ticket glass ceiling; first Italian-American to do so as well. The next time a woman would grace a national ticket would be in 2008, when John McCain chose Sarah Palin. In the late '90s Ms. Ferraro was given 3 years [...]

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Peter Beinert’s Right, It’s The End Of An Empire

By |March 25th, 2011|

Some commentators love the Libya war; others hate it. But most agree that it's profoundly unnatural that we were pushed into it by"¦ France. Welcome to the post-American world. In the age we're entering, most of the time, the choice will no longer be between humanitarian interventions controlled by the United States and humanitarian interventions [...]

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