Category: "Media & the Blogosphere"


Leslie Nielsen, RIP

If there’s one thing an entertainer should probably do, it’s entertain.  And if any actor brought more entertainment and fun to the big and small screens in recent decades more than Leslie Nielsen did, I can’t think of him (or her).… more »
In an article almost pathetic for its transparent bias and excuse-making, the Politico’s lead story yesterday was about Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine, with the story entitled “Tim Kaine: Nice guy in a nasty time“.… more »
In a report on a poll of where people get their news, the liberal-leaning web site offers an apparently new definition of the word “objective", suggesting that those who watch Fox News should diversify into more… more »
Yesterday, in a commencement speech at Hampton University in southern Virginia, President Obama complained that the media was no longer “a tool of empowerment (or) emancipation” and noted that he didn’t know how to use a video game… more »
Please keep in mind as you read this that I wrote it before more information was released about Shahzad’s motives…keep the timing of the AP article in context. Every once in a while the combination of idiocy and bias in the liberal media… more »
I’ve said before and I’ll say again: The 2008 elections were, despite Democrats’ fond hopes, not a mandate for liberalism in the US.  As if the Massachusetts election weren’t enough to prove that, it’s pleasing and ironic… more »
Now that Lou Dobbs has resigned from CNN, there is speculation that he might end up at Fox News. I hope not. Mr. Dobbs has consistently demonstrated much more interest in beating a political drum than in explaining and reporting economic issues.  While… more »
Ironically, given that I had posted a blog piece about John Stossel for this morning, in a piece at, Stossel, ABC’s one voice of libertarianism and sanity, is announcing that he’s leaving ABC for a weekly one-hour show on Fox… more »
Here’s an interesting note at about journalists finally getting the courage to object to propaganda produced by the National Science Foundation being printed in media outlets as true journalism. See “Journalists protest… more »
In his opinion piece entitled “Global warming bill still contains some smoke and mirrors,” Todd Darling complains about the details of the Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill while suggesting that its goals are essentially correct because “Now, with… more »


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