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Andrew Sullivan hypocrisy watch

Posted by: ST on December 14, 2006 at 3:09 pm » 2 Comments

Paul at Powerline has a post up about a recent bit of hypocrisy the maestro of perpetual of outrage Andrew Sullivan has engaged in, this time on the issue of gay rights in the work force. I view this with a mixture of humor and sadness. I miss the old Andrew, who was one of […]


Thursday open thread and headline of the day

Posted by: ST on December 14, 2006 at 2:22 pm » 9 Comments

Ok, here it is: Lettuce implicated in Taco Bell outbreak The question remains, though: when will Lettuce officially be doing the perp walk? I should note, for the record, that it looks like the AP has changed the headline of the story to read “Lettuce suspected in Taco Bell E. coli” – much better. The […]


Re: The media and Senator Johnson’s condition: is the MSM a tool of the right?

Posted by: ST on December 14, 2006 at 2:00 pm » 29 Comments

Senator Tim Johnson continues to be in the prayers of many today as he is recovering from brain surgery he had last night after suffering “stroke-like” symptoms. Johnson is still in critical condition, but something else in critical condition for much different reasons is the reaction from the usual suspects on the far left on […]


First “Draft Barack Obama for President” ads to start running next week in New Hampshire

Posted by: ST on December 14, 2006 at 12:34 pm » 3 Comments

There’s a lot of “I believe” Obama quotes in this video (which I think is from Obama’s speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention), but what you don’t hear, and won’t, is Barack Obama saying “I believe that liberalism is the way to go in America, because I – ladies and gentleman – am a […]


What was the real reason behind the six imams publicity wave?

Posted by: ST on December 14, 2006 at 10:27 am » 3 Comments

Katherine Kersten at the Star Tribune has an eye-opening piece that contains a detailed speculation that the imams who were escorted off the US Airways flight at Minneapolis/St. Paul International airport a few weeks ago may have been trying to drum up some publicity for a proposal that has been languishing in the House for […]


Eason Jordan’s baaack

Posted by: ST on December 14, 2006 at 9:50 am » 2 Comments

Eason Jordan, who infamously accused US troops of deliberately targeting the media in Iraq and who also admitted that CNN deliberately covered up stories of attrocities being committed in Iraq in order to be able to keep a news bureau in Baghdad, is back in the media business. Captain Ed has the details on Jordan’s […]