I am pretty sure this is the correct choice.
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Jim is a veteran broadcaster and conservative/libertarian blogger with more than 25 years experience in TV and radio. Currently, Jim's the host of The Jim Vicevich Show on WTIC 1080 in Hartford. Prior to radio, Jim worked as a business and financial reporter for NBC30 - the NBC owned TV station in Hartford - and as business editor at WFSB-TV in Hartford for 14 years while earning six Emmy nominations and three Telly Awards.
Entries by Jim Vicevich
I won’t touch on this on the show but I am pretty tired of being lectured by people who use more energy in a week than I do in a year. I generally like Tom Friedman but now he’s a global warming expert. Follow all the links at Powerline please. Let’s file this under “Good […]
He is very pretty but …. ok the best link on this will be Glenn at Instapundit … one, he’s a skeptic … “Is it true? Hey, it’s the Enquirer — so it’s as reliable as the New York Times” and two he will follow it better than I.
Ummm … oh never mind. Read and enjoy.
Because sometimes it takes a tyrant! “TIME’s Person of the Year is not and never has been an honor. It is not an endorsement. It is not a popularity contest. At its best, it is a clear-eyed recognition of the world as it is —for better or for worse. It is ultimately about leadership—bold, earth-changing […]
Nice to see the VP get called on this.
OK … I actually used to think that the Clinton family and Bush family were actually one in the same … that they had some kind of deal going on … you know Bush, Clinton, Bush, Clinton, Bush … well you get the idea. But it was just one of those wild dreams. Crazy. and […]
One more Powerline post … I file this under my neighbor’s lawn looks sooooooo green.
Powerline had the story. Combine this with stories of Christian persecution in some parts of Iraq and ongoing in Southeast Asia and with respect to Bill O’Reilly, the war on Christmas isn’t just for Christmas anymore. I sense a trend.
Instapundit points this out. Actually you would expect that online sales might not match the percentage growth from previous years. I would expect online sales increases would be greatest in its infancy and show slower increases overtime. But I could be wrong.