Archive for September, 2010

Ann Coulter, A Regular Dose of Awesome

Ann Coulter, A Regular Dose of Awesome

| September 29, 2010 | 1 Reply

When Ann Coulter is on, there is no one on the planet, left or right, who can touch her for scathing wit and stiletto-deadly prose. Witness these four paragraphs on Democratic Senator Patty Murray: With amazing understatement, one of Murray’s Democratic colleagues in the state senate told The Seattle Times in 1992: “She just doesn’t […]

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President Obama Opens a New Front in His Civil War

President Obama Opens a New Front in His Civil War

| September 29, 2010 | 1 Reply

As if a running border war against the left-wing blogosphere wasn’t enough to occupy our ambitious President, he’s now decided to open a second battle front against the rest of the country. Not only has he called us a bunch of lazy quitters who need to “buck up” but he derided our cable news network […]

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The Delivery Presents – I’m No Tool of Big Printer Ink!

The Delivery Presents – I’m No Tool of Big Printer Ink!

| September 29, 2010 | 1 Reply

Episode 58 is unique in the history of The Delivery (at least so far). It marks the first time I’ve dedicated the entire show to political subjects. I blame Republicans, and their Pledge to America for that. I had intended to spend part of one segment on it, but it’s such a sprawling document that […]

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Pelosi Confident She’ll Still be Speaker, Until She Isn’t

Pelosi Confident She’ll Still be Speaker, Until She Isn’t

| September 28, 2010 | 1 Reply

Dumbest. Speaker. Ever. When Nancy Pelosi sat down for her keynote address at Women@NBCU’s annual Power of the Purse Breakfast this morning at Cipriani’s in New York, host Jeff Zucker wasted no time getting her take on the state of politics this year. Specifically, the outgoing NBC Universal CEO and president asked if Pelosi herself would still be […]

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BREAKING: Blowhards Pass Anti-Blowhard Act

BREAKING: Blowhards Pass Anti-Blowhard Act

| September 28, 2010 | 1 Reply

From Jon, who runs the excellent Exurban League website and is a very funny guy, I learned that the Senate has finally decided to take care of a real problem that affects all Americans, a plague so noisome that our Congress must abandon such frivolities as stopping the biggest tax increase in well over a […]

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If This Were A Real Civil War, The Left-Wing Would Be Bleeding Kansas Right Now

If This Were A Real Civil War, The Left-Wing Would Be Bleeding Kansas Right Now

| September 28, 2010 | 1 Reply

Remember that left-wing civil war I wrote about yesterday? Well, the administration just fired a pretty big double canister shot right into the faces of their blogging backers (via memeorandum). When Robert Gibbs attacked the professional left he didn’t specify anyone by name, but the assumption was that it was cable personalities, disaffected interest groups, […]

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Labor Unions Hold The Dreams of Millions of Geeks Hostage

Labor Unions Hold The Dreams of Millions of Geeks Hostage

| September 27, 2010 | Reply

If you didn’t have enough reasons to hate labor unions, let me give you another one: An international group of actors’ unions, including SAG, has warned members not to work on “The Hobbit” because of failed efforts to organize the film’s New Zealand production — a move Peter Jackson disparages as a “power grab.” Members were […]

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Rahmie Go Bye-Bye?

Rahmie Go Bye-Bye?

| September 27, 2010 | 1 Reply

Will Rahm Emanuel be the latest rat to flee the wreckage of the S.S. Hope ‘N’ Change? Jake Tapper has a tip that he’ll bail out soon. Although no final decision has been made because of family considerations, ABC News has learned that White House officials are preparing for Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel to […]

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Oh, There’s a Political Civil War Happening, All Right.

Oh, There’s a Political Civil War Happening, All Right.

| September 27, 2010 | 4 Replies

If you listen to the Democratic Party or their lapdogs in the MSM, there is a “civil war” right now raging inside the Republican Party. This is a good story for them for two reasons. First, they get to paint the Tea Parties as a bunch of violent reactionaries who want to take over the […]

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The Fraud Story that Should Light Up the Front Pages

The Fraud Story that Should Light Up the Front Pages

| September 27, 2010 | Reply

In a just world, this story of apparent rampant voter fraud would be a front-page headline in the major national newspapers. Of course, it involves the SEIU, so the chance of it catching any traction is about as likely as the MacBook Fairy leaving a shiny new present under my pillow tonight. Here’s the killer […]

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