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Just a reminder that The Command Post will be opening its chat room tonight at 8:45pm. I will try to stop by, but my 4-year-old is wired and I may be away from the TV and computer, ensconced in a princess castle loft bed reading Junie B. Jones, during much of the debate. CNET has […]
CBS News isn’t the only one failing to disclose the political activism of purportedly ordinary Americans fearful of the return of a draft. NBC News has its own Beverly Cocco. His name is Jeremy Tor. Here’s the full transcript of the draft-mongering segment that ran on NBC Nightly News last night: TOM BROKAW, anchor: One […]
I always wondered what people were talking about when they praised Cameron Diaz’s comedic skills. Now, I get it. The goofy actress was hysterical on Oprah yesterday! Laura Ingraham read Cam’s comments on her radio show this morning and Drudge posted a transcript excerpt this afternoon: Ms. DIAZ: We have a voice now, and we’re […]
Bill at INDC Journal, pit-bull blogger extraordinaire who nabbed interviews with CBS News staffers over their scare-mongering draft story, is all over this. Check his blog for frequent updates if you haven’t already. Jeff at Protein Wisdom adds more here.
The media cheerleading here in the D.C. area over the Expos deal is nauseating. I have nothing against baseball. I have everything against taxpayer-funded sports statism. (A commendable exception to the media slavering over this government rip-off is the Washington Times, whose scathing editorial today is dead-on.) Way back before I knew what a blog […]
Meet Peter Darling.
My pre-debate column is here. Snippet: This isn’t a race for prom king or “Jeopardy!” champion. It’s a race for leader of the free world. For other perspectives before tomorrow’s big event, see Keith Burgess-Jackson on style/substance. He also has interesting thoughts on liberal frustration. David Limbaugh dissects Kerry’s unlikeability and examines Al Gore’s advice […]
The Post wins hands down. Update: Ace of Spades, one of my must-reads every day, has much more on the Times’s reporter Philip Shenon. Unbelievable.
There they go again.
John Fund’s new book, Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy, just arrived in the mail from Encounter Books. (Here‘s the intro.) And it couldn’t have come at a better time. Voter fraud is breaking out all over: In Tennessee, a temporary employee of the left-wing group Tennessee Citizen Action is being investigated for […]