Special guest on the show tomorrow will be John Hinderaker, and plenty of talk and discussion about the TEA Party in Hartford – and other events around the country. Call in and tell us about your TEA experience!
President Bush has remained characteristically quiet during President Obama’s first term. It used to be the norm and is demonstrative of his class. This despite the constant whacks the young President has been taking at his predecessor, apparently in the name of deflecting criticism and bolstering his falling poll numbers. Read more
It’s an amazing story about how stories are killed by major newspapers, a liberal agenda and yes journalistic malpractice. Powerlineblog has taken the lead in the blogosphere on this story along with Bill O’Reilly and we offer you both. Read more
This is simply a great catch by the folks at Powerline and it is a must read. We first noted the trend here and thought it was just peculiar to the thinking patterns of Chris Matthews. But Powerline notes the redefinition of bi-partisanship has spread to the Washington Post as well. Please click and read it all.
Is a deal “bipartisan” when only three members of one party support it? Not under the previously existing understanding of bipartisanship. For example, I don’t recall the Post reporting that Samuel Alito had bipartisan support as a Supreme Court nominee even though four Democratic Senators voted to confirm him. Nor was Joe Lieberman’s support of significant aspects of Bush administration foreign policy considered sufficient to make that policy “bipartisan.”
For reporters to assume the talking points, and may I say “key” talking points, of the Democrat party is journalistic malpractice. There is nothing bipartisan about the compromise, just as the American people are not clamoring for Republicans to accept a porkapalooza. As I said in my prior post I cannot find one case where the MSM referred to the votes against the House version of the stimulus bill as “bipartisan” even though 11 Democrats joined the Republicans.