Archive for November 14th, 2008

Family Fugitive

14Nov08

Just because the election is over, don’t expect people like Bill Ayers to be forthcoming regarding friendship with Barack Obama. Ayers was on Good Morning America today, trying to make it seem that the history between he and Barack consists of little more than the two being neighbors. Ayers states, remarkably, that the first time […]


More silliness about Hillary: Imagine someone so inexperienced as Secretary of State?


It’s great to have options regarding where to send your kids to school – something that Democrats believe deeply in, but only for the rich. President-elect Obama and his wife, Michelle, came to town and did what people with young children usually do before moving. They looked at their new house and then Mrs. Obama […]


Doctrine Air

14Nov08

Thoughts on the Fairness Doctrine from Adam Reilly in the Boston Phoenix. For most of the second half of the 20th century, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) asserted that the right to broadcast — on scarce, publicly owned frequencies — came with civic responsibility. Broadcasters, the FCC held, should devote some of their programming to […]


DOA

14Nov08

Can this be for real, or is it just the usual gameplaying – make women feel good about Barack by pretending to be respecting Hillary? George Stephanopoulos reported Clinton’s name being in the mix last week on Good Morning America, but the buzz grew louder today after Clinton was spotted boarding a flight to Chicago. […]


Now that liberals are in power, it’s important to remind ourselves just how dangerous they can be. For example, the Boston Globe has a delightfully humorous editorial today on fixing the “election mess -” funny but for its utter maliciousness. BARACK OBAMA’S superior get-out-the-vote operation spared the country from another squeaker presidential election, with the […]


Bitter Sweet

14Nov08

It must be with mixed emotions that Barack has announced his resignation from the U.S. Senate, effective Sunday. President-elect Barack Obama is giving up his Illinois U.S. Senate seat effective Sunday, intensifying the jockeying to replace the only African-American in Congress’ upper chamber as lawmakers return next week for a lame-duck session. After all, it’s […]