Tag: Stacy McCain

The IG Story is Growing Legs. Running Comes Next.

The IG Story is Growing Legs. Running Comes Next.

| June 20, 2009 | 5 Replies

Stacy McCain spent the day Thursday in and around Capitol Hill doing some actual reporting on what he’s dubbed “IG-Gate”. I’ve written about that growing scandal here and here and NTC News has been all over the story with the latest developments available here. His reporting work then has borne fruit in a piece for […]

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The Internet May Explode This Evening

The Internet May Explode This Evening

| June 5, 2009 | Reply

Duane Lester has a really good thing going with his Bloglines show on RFC Radio. I had the pleasure of being a guest a few weeks ago (though I’m afraid to say I missed the show when it aired, but it’s likely to be rebroadcast in the near future) and had a great time. Tonight, […]

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How I’ll Beat the Holiday Friday Evening Low-Traffic Blues

How I’ll Beat the Holiday Friday Evening Low-Traffic Blues

| May 22, 2009 | 2 Replies

Blog traffic today has been horrendous, mostly owing (say my blogging friends) to the Memorial Day weekend. To be honest with you, I’m also a little burnt out on politics. A man can type the name “Nancy Pelosi” only so many times before he starts to get that little twitch in the right eyelid that […]

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How I'll Beat the Holiday Friday Evening Low-Traffic Blues

How I'll Beat the Holiday Friday Evening Low-Traffic Blues

| May 22, 2009 | 2 Replies

Blog traffic today has been horrendous, mostly owing (say my blogging friends) to the Memorial Day weekend. To be honest with you, I’m also a little burnt out on politics. A man can type the name “Nancy Pelosi” only so many times before he starts to get that little twitch in the right eyelid that […]

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See What Happens When I Have A Life?

See What Happens When I Have A Life?

| May 9, 2009 | Reply

I had a few errands to which I needed to attend today, so I was generally away from the computer and my RSS reader. Apparently, while I’ve been away, the mice have most definitely played. For instance, it seems that two of the hottest traffic-driving posts of the week are Stacy McCain’s “Carrie Prejean Nude” […]

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They Also Like It when You Call Them Sweetcheeks

They Also Like It when You Call Them Sweetcheeks

| May 2, 2009 | 5 Replies

Stacy McCain declares this week “National Offend A Feminist Week”. Okay, I’m down with that. I just have to be sure I’m dressed for the occasion. Yeah, that’s the stuff right there. Let’s not forget that nutritious breakfast either. Little Miss Attilla seems to think that they’ll like all this top-flight offending. I sure as […]

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His Links Will Not Forsake You

His Links Will Not Forsake You

| April 30, 2009 | 1 Reply

Stacy, my man, I feel you. But let me remind you of Matthew 5:45. …for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust. Admittedly, the Blogfather is not God, but he is a linking force of nature whose attention brings […]

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Biographies You’ll Want to Own

Biographies You’ll Want to Own

| April 26, 2009 | 2 Replies

If you’re looking for good summer reading material, you could do worse than shopping your way through these biographies recommended by Stacy McCain. I like biographies, though I really couldn’t tell you exactly why. There is something very enjoyable about reading about how someone who achieved a certain amount of fame (or infamy) learned their […]

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Biographies You'll Want to Own

Biographies You'll Want to Own

| April 26, 2009 | 2 Replies

If you’re looking for good summer reading material, you could do worse than shopping your way through these biographies recommended by Stacy McCain. I like biographies, though I really couldn’t tell you exactly why. There is something very enjoyable about reading about how someone who achieved a certain amount of fame (or infamy) learned their […]

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Do Her. Dose Her. Ditch Her.

Do Her. Dose Her. Ditch Her.

| April 23, 2009 | 7 Replies

Wednesday’s FDA decision to allow juveniles to get the “morning after” pill without a prescription strikes me as one of the most depraived things our government has ever done. It smacks of eugenics, something much-beloved by progressives for a very long time. Stacy McCain sums up my feelings pretty darned well: Who cares that she’s […]

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