Tag: New Media

Learning to Be a Better Salmon

Learning to Be a Better Salmon

| November 7, 2012 | 1 Reply

This strikes me as very, very important. More facts to face: the media is liberal.  The news organizations are liberal.  They protected their candidate.  And it worked.  But that’s part of the hand that we conservatives have been dealt. That ain’t gonna change.  We need to figure out a way to win despite the fact that […]

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The Delivery Presents – New Media is You

The Delivery Presents – New Media is You

| June 26, 2012 | Reply

If you have any doubt about whether the mainstream media outlets are in the tank for Barack Obama, let the first half of Episode 152 blow your doubts to flinders like a cannonball through a Popsicle stick. What Andrea Mitchell did in her newscast ought to have gotten her fired . It should have drawn […]

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The Delivery Presents – Sluts, Shame, and Sharing

The Delivery Presents – Sluts, Shame, and Sharing

| March 8, 2012 | 1 Reply

If you don’t like it when I yell, you’ll probably want to skip past the first half of Episode 137. I waded into the Sandra Fluke Slutroversy and didn’t have a lot of fluffy-bunny-and-unicorns things to say about it. The entire controversy rests on a pile of falsehoods stacked up by Democrats who care a […]

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R.I.P. Andrew Breitbart, the Friend I Never Really Met.

R.I.P. Andrew Breitbart, the Friend I Never Really Met.

| March 1, 2012 | 9 Replies

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 […]

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Bill Whittle on Goat Rodeos and Three Years of Barack Obama

Bill Whittle on Goat Rodeos and Three Years of Barack Obama

| December 26, 2011 | 2 Replies

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 […]

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Why You Should Not Bring Rookies to an Activist Fight

Why You Should Not Bring Rookies to an Activist Fight

| November 12, 2011 | 2 Replies

We knew they were coming; they told us when they planned to arrive. The bloggers and activists at Blog Con 2011, they said, were tools of the Koch Brothers. Apparently, they labored under the delusion that the conservative philanthropists slash Satan’s Earthly henchbeings poured limitless buckets of money into FreedomWorks, the sponsor of the convention. […]

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I Got 99 Problems But A Gig Ain't One

I Got 99 Problems But A Gig Ain't One

| November 1, 2011 | 7 Replies

My former editor at News Real Blog, David Swindle, was recently hired by Pajamas Media and he has launched a brand-new section over there called PJM Culture. It looks to be a mash-up of politics and pop culture, sort of like what might happen if they blended the PJ Tatler and PJ Lifestyle blogs (Note: […]

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R.I.P. Steve Jobs — Visionary, Genius, Maker of Lovely Things that Work Well

R.I.P. Steve Jobs — Visionary, Genius, Maker of Lovely Things that Work Well

| October 5, 2011 | 2 Replies

This is big news that just came across my Twitter feed. He was 56 years old. BREAKING: Apple says Steve Jobs has died.Wed Oct 05 23:36:26 via CoTweetThe Associated PressAP He had been battling pancreatic cancer for several months at least and was not doing well when he stepped down as CEO of Apple. Yesterday’s […]

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Blogger/Activist for Congress?

Blogger/Activist for Congress?

| September 27, 2011 | Reply

Though I don’t know him personally, I have heard of conservative activist and New Media star Steve Foley, but I have certainly heard of him. He worked hard to build up his blog The Minority Report then turned the social capital he built there into effective grassroots political work in New York and Massachusetts during […]

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Announcing the Conservative Cubicle Art Project!

Announcing the Conservative Cubicle Art Project!

| September 27, 2011 | 9 Replies

Back in June, I had an idea for something I named the Conservative Cubicle Art Project. Here’s how I described it when I launched a little sneak peek back then: I like hanging pieces of art — comics, mini posters, and so on — at my desk at work, but it’s hard to find art […]

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