She’s right, of course: the battle for freedom never ends. She’s 88, and still fighting!
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Yesterday’s reports from Rasmussen was quite encouraging, if you’re a Romney/Republican fan and are concerned about the depth and breadth of the Romney surge that even the Downstream Media are now being forced to admit. Here we go: Who won the debates? 49% say Romney, 41% say Obama. Arizona Senate: Flake, the Republican: 50%, Carmona, [...]
When someone as bright, articulate and profound as Thomas Sowell offers his musings “on the passing scene,” I sit up and take notice. There’s bound to be something in there worth reading. And so there is: How are children supposed to learn to act like adults, when so much of what they see on television [...]
John Ransom has an acerbic sense of humor and I thought you’d enjoy some tidbits from his rant on The number of U.S. states reporting initial unemployment claims has dropped to a new low under Obama- and more importantly journalists have dropped to a new low as a result… Only 49 of 50 states reported initial [...]
This article could have gone off in a much different direction. It could have cited the Times’ long list of support for communist causes and sympathizers going back decades. I’m glad to see that it is fading into irrelevance with the flourishing of the new internet media.
I couldn’t resist. The temptation to compare and contrast the Presidential Debate questions that Michelle Malkin posed to those offered by the Heritage Foundation is just too great. Without comment from me, here are their 10 questions: In 2008, then-candidate Obama said, “Under my plan, no family making less than $250,000 a year will see any form [...]
God bless Michelle Malkin. I toyed with a few hard-ball questions for the Presidential Debate in a previous post. The temptation to do the same by Malkin was just too much. I don’t think the media, or Jim Lehrer (the moderator), will be calling either of us very soon. Here’s Malkin: We know the liberal media [...]
George Will – Debate questions for the presidential candidates The spectacles we persist in dignifying as presidential “debates” — two-minute regurgitations of rehearsed responses — often subtract from the nation’s understanding. But beginning Wednesday, these less-than-Lincoln-Douglas episodes might be edifying if the candidates could be inveigled into plowing fresh ground. Will has some suggestions for [...]
MRC has performed a great service over the past 25 years. May I suggest a goal for the next 25 years: exposure of the Establishment Elite which owns and controls the media? Specifically, the Council on Foreign Relations?
cnsnews.com - Gallup: Only 8% of Americans Have ‘Great Deal’ of Trust in News Media–a New Low Only 8 percent of Americans say they have a “great deal” of trust in the news media, according to a new Gallup poll. That is down from 11 percent a year ago and is a record low for the [...]