Remember how the feckless buffoons in the MSM told us, over and over and over again, that the Tea Parties were little more than Astroturfed angry mobs that could break out into violence at any moment? None of their panicky false prophesies came to pass, as hundreds of Tea Party rallies came and went without […]
Category: A Voice From the Outer World
I didn’t know Andrew Breitbart. I wish I did. I had a couple chances to meet him at CPAC last month, but he always had a throng around him and I’m no good at pushing though crowds, so I didn’t take the opportunity to introduce myself. I doubt that he knew who I was, though […]
Let’s say you’re a popular left-wing media mogul whose ridiculously well-funded web site has become the essential place to get the current Democrat Party talking points. Let’s also say that you operate in a city run by the Democratic Party where most of the residents are Democrats and have been so since long before you […]
When I first saw this, I swore to myself it had to be some sort of Photoshopped spoof. It’s not, though. This is a real tweet from the official Newsweek Twitter account. [blackbirdpie url="https://twitter.com/#!/Newsweek/status/158668762579599360"] And this is the picture behind that link. Great, huh? I remember when the magazine was respectable, when its editors and […]
Why the GOP has agreed to subject their candidates to the best attacks the Democratic message machine can craft is entirely beyond me. Why we on the right have allowed the GOP to continue in its folly without serious pushback mystifies me as well.
I admit, I love a good political rant. Over the years, I’ve heard a lot of them and I’ve found that those who do it best — Rush Limbaugh, Dennis Miller, and Bill Whittle sit at the top of that short list — combine passion with reason and humor. Most folks who step to the […]
I wonder how many questions we’ll get about soldiers shooting reporters in Iraq and how wonder Kim Jong-Il is?
If you’ve ever wondered what could unite the Associates Press and the back-room old guard of the GOP, I have your answer: Rick Perry.
The next time someone accuses me, as a Tea Partier and conservative, of being “anti-intellectual”, I’m going to point them to this post: EVAN THOMAS, POLITICO: [New Jersey Governor] Christie would be a very appealing candidate except that he weighs too much. I mean, it’s an issue that everybody is uncomfortable with but it’s really […]