Daily Archives: October 22nd, 2008 «


VIDEO: Newt Gingrich unloads on the mainstream media

Posted by: ST on October 22, 2008 at 11:45 pm » 4 Comments

As promised in my prior post, here’s the video of Newt Gingrich on Greta Van Susteren’s show tonight, absolutely going off on the mainstream media’s biased treatment of Senator McCain and Gov. Palin: Gateway Pundit has posted a copy of the video as well, and has a partial transcript (make sure to watch the full […]


CNN’s unmistakable anti-Palin bias

Posted by: ST on October 22, 2008 at 11:37 pm » 4 Comments

I have raved a bit this year over what I found to be CNN-TV’s surprisingly decent election coverage, primarily on primary nights and debate nights. Even though I grit my teeth over the fact that they sometimes invite their mainstream journalists to join in on the political commentary and continue to include Paul Begala and […]


More spin on Biden’s “tested” comments from … Barack Obama

Posted by: ST on October 22, 2008 at 8:25 pm » 4 Comments

Yesterday, I reported about how Obama’s campaign was spinning Joe Biden’s Sunday remarks about how Barack Obama, being the new kid on the block (so to speak) would be tested in his first six months if elected president. Today, it gets even funnier – and this time it was Obama himself who tried to “explain” […]


Time for another edition of “You might be a racist if”

Posted by: ST on October 22, 2008 at 6:31 pm » 3 Comments

You might be a racist if … you challenge the Obama campaign on their econ/tax policies. Because no one could possibly have a problem with those policies outside of the fact that they were proposed by a black guy, right? Previous this week: You might be a racist if … you call Barack Obama a […]


Left-wing haters, take a look in the mirror

Posted by: ST on October 22, 2008 at 12:27 pm » Comments Off

Preach it, dude! Prior: Which party is the party of rage?


Wednesday open thread

Posted by: ST on October 22, 2008 at 9:04 am » 2 Comments

Yet another busy morning ahead – sorry, the rest of this week will probably be the same. The 8-5 is fortunate to have work, considering this economy, so I’m not complaining a bit. I’ll catch up later this afternoon or tonight. Here are a few poll-related links for your perusal: —- Michael Barone: Are the […]