MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell with a Superiority Complex? Update: No apology

By TomTGRWolcott | June 19, 2012 |

Andrea Mitchell was certainly the talk of the town today.  With her edited comments that she played on her MSNBC show with regards to Romney and the Wawa sandwich making machine.  It just seemed like one big joke to her. Today she attempted to put it all in context with an extended clip BUT, no apology. In fact…

Karl Rove takes Juan Williams to task on Romney economic plan: Video added

By Jim Vicevich | June 18, 2012 |

Push back … and great video entertainment for the day. It’s time the lefty talking points get smacked down and Rove obliged. On Fox  News Sunday Juan Williams tried to make a claim that first Romney had no economic plan while at the same time claiming Romney’s plan just wanted to cut taxes for the…

Michelle Malkin to Juan Williams: We’re sick of your snotty condescension! Video

By Jim Vicevich | June 14, 2012 |

OK, Juan started this fight and Michelle ran with it as iI knew she would the minute Juan teed it up. Make sure you watch it all the way through. I can’t say if there will be long lasting hard feelings on Michelle’s part, but i can say there will be on mine.

Spike Lee: Not everyone unhappy with Obama are racist

By Steve McGough | June 13, 2012 |

At some point, a liberal had to admit it. You see, before – maybe just a few months ago – all the people who were unhappy with President Obama’s performance were racists. Spike Lee just realize a few of the unhappy are not racist!

Dow jumps on Bernanke Federal Reserve expectations … or Walker’s Wisconsin win

By Steve McGough | June 7, 2012 |

Yesterday, the Dow Jones jumped 2.37 percent and two media reports I heard late in the day specifically mentioned “expectations” about Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s testimony scheduled today … not the Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisc.) [big] win the day before.

Romney clinches GOP nomination, one week before Obama’s 2008 primary run

By Steve McGough | May 30, 2012 |

Not that this makes much of a difference, but the media has been telling you the fight between Gov. Mit Romney, Rep. Ron Paul, Sen. Rick Santorum and Speaker Newt Gingrich was and could drag on forever, and was certainly damaging the eventual nominee. Of course, compared to the fight between then-Senators Hillary Clinton and…

The truth that dare not be spoken

By Dave in EH | May 26, 2012 |

Is it wrong to tell the truth if it makes Islam or Muslims look bad?

Media Matters for America & NOW start national “Enough Rush” campaign, 7 show up

By Steve McGough | May 21, 2012 |

The National Organization for Women have kicked off their “Enough Rush” campaign with a website and online store selling T-shirts, mugs, tote bags, and even mouse pads. Protests were scheduled at various cities Friday, and news reports indicate seven protestors showed up at Limbaugh’s Washington, DC affiliate.

Media still going to Southern Poverty Law Center for racial hate info

By Steve McGough | May 21, 2012 |

Earlier this month, Charles Cooke over at National Review Online learned the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) – a self-described civil rights organization dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry – had absolutely no interest in covering the extremists in the #Occupy movement, violent anarchists who show up at international summits around the world, or gangs of black youths…

Media-types agree: They will support Obama during presidential debates

By Steve McGough | May 15, 2012 |

Of course they will. The strategy at the debates will be to structure the questions to put President Obama in a better position to attack Romney concerning his business experience. They are so comfortable with this .. they are admitting it on air.