Tag: Pajamas Media

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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By the Power of Three, Let Conservative Wit Be!

By the Power of Three, Let Conservative Wit Be!

| February 19, 2010 | Reply

I do not link to PJTV’s Trifecta nearly often enough and I really should. Not only are Steven Green, Bill Whittle, and Scott Ott three of the smartest conservative new media guys in the biz, but they are very, very funny. This week’s installment is pure video gold. Steve’s answer to the exit question is […]

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You Know, A Musket Really Does Add to the Thanksgiving Atmosphere

You Know, A Musket Really Does Add to the Thanksgiving Atmosphere

| November 26, 2009 | Reply

How do you deal with the Thanksgiving Captain Comedown? It helps if you have a pilgrim around with a handy musket. Alternately, having Bill Whittle at the table to deliver the correct historical smackdown helps. If you don’t have either of those readily available, you can probably find some helpful retorts to the progressive “America […]

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Have a Little “Hair of the Dog”.

Have a Little “Hair of the Dog”.

| August 18, 2009 | 2 Replies

I really get a kick out of Stephen Green’s “Hair of the Dog” shows on PJTV, though I’m not much of a fan of PJTV overall. For one, I can’t figure out if there’s a way to embed Stephen’s video on my blog. That sort of thing should be easy and obvious by now and, […]

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Ed in Spaaaaaaaace!

Ed in Spaaaaaaaace!

| May 5, 2009 | 1 Reply

I really like Ed Driscoll, though I’ve never met the man. He’s generous with his links, a smart and very clever blogger, and he rocks a fedora like few since Bogey himself. So when he sent me the link to his newest video over at Pajamas Media and told me that it was filmed in […]

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What Value Bias?

What Value Bias?

| April 19, 2009 | 1 Reply

How large an effect does media bias have on our national elections? Oh, just about large enough, I’d say. Heck, media bias can turn a peaceful gathering of soccer moms and blue-collar dads and make it look like a mob of crazed extremists.

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Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren't About You

Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren't About You

| April 15, 2009 | 2 Replies

Michelle Malkin, quoting Glenn Reynolds who in turn quotes the organizer of the Tax Day Tea Party in Chicago: “This is an opportunity for Americans to speak, and elected officials to listen, not the other way around.” Nevertheless, there are quite a few politicians who think we’ll forget that they voted for some of these […]

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Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren’t About You

Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren’t About You

| April 15, 2009 | 2 Replies

Michelle Malkin, quoting Glenn Reynolds who in turn quotes the organizer of the Tax Day Tea Party in Chicago: “This is an opportunity for Americans to speak, and elected officials to listen, not the other way around.” Nevertheless, there are quite a few politicians who think we’ll forget that they voted for some of these […]

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I’m Going to CPAC, With Credentials Yet (But I’ve a Bone to Pick with PJM)

I’m Going to CPAC, With Credentials Yet (But I’ve a Bone to Pick with PJM)

| February 23, 2009 | 11 Replies

In late February every year, thousands of conservatives descend on Washington, DC for the yearly conservative bacchanalia that is CPAC. It is Nirvana for any self-respecting conservative political geek plus a lot more. It’s also a huge social event that in just the past few days I’ve seen described as “The Right Wing Woodstock”, “MTV’s […]

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I'm Going to CPAC, With Credentials Yet (But I've a Bone to Pick with PJM)

I'm Going to CPAC, With Credentials Yet (But I've a Bone to Pick with PJM)

| February 23, 2009 | 11 Replies

In late February every year, thousands of conservatives descend on Washington, DC for the yearly conservative bacchanalia that is CPAC. It is Nirvana for any self-respecting conservative political geek plus a lot more. It’s also a huge social event that in just the past few days I’ve seen described as “The Right Wing Woodstock”, “MTV’s […]

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