Consider the following hypothetical scenario: It’s two weeks before election day 2012. President Obama absolutely demolished Mitt Romney in the first debate and battled him to a near-draw in the second and third. The President has been leading Romney in the Gallup poll by several points for over a week (51-45, 52-45). The Rasmussen Poll, [...]
How Will The End Of Print Journalism Affect Old Loons Who Hoard Newspapers? That this comes from the Onion makes it all the better. ..bruce w..
Dana Loesch over at Big Government has a great roundup of the most underreported stories of 2009. Anyone reading this blog is probably familiar with most of the ten (10) stories she lists. Those who rely upon traditional network news (i.e., anything other than Fox) or newspapers are unlikely to be aware of any of [...]
Remember that old saying about never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel? It applies even more with someone with as solid a ‘net reputation as Michael Yon. The British Media Ops over in Helmand Province (where my nephew, USMC CPL Darren Green, is serving) ended Yon’s embed with the British [...]
[UPDATED 09/05/09 -- 2311 MDT] Hey, I was right, mostly. He resigned Saturday evening, and the White House did their best to bury the news by releasing it after midnight (ET). [UPDATED 09/06/09 -- 0627 MDT] And I was exactly right about this statement at the end of my original post: The real question is [...]