Archive for November, 2012

Who would have thought John Heilemann would mock Senator Lindsey Graham for being (some speculate) gay? Just after 6am, on “Morning Joe” this morning, Joe, Mika and guest John Heilemann were talking about yesterday’s New York Times article about “the three amigos” Senators John McCain, Joe Lieberman and Lindsey Graham, who have bonded over the […]


General Petraeus was back before congress today for short, classified briefings, on the Benghazi coverup. Members of the committees said there is some confusion about CIA talking points that evolved to exclude the involvement of terrorists. CBS News obtained the CIA talking points given both to Rice and members of the House intelligence committee on […]


In politics, stating the obvious creates a firestorm. Mitt Romney does it again as he explains the Democratic system of winning votes – using tax payer dollars to pay off their special interest voters. Chuck Todd offers the NBC/MSNBC response.


Important column, from Dan Henninger of the Wall Street Journal, on the Axelrod/Obama political operation. Barack Obama’s Persuasion Army The president has finally made the permanent campaign a reality. Two days after the election, a friend told me that because he has an Asian surname, he was inundated for months with emails from liberal Asian […]


The cheap little games the president plays anger me. His job is to run the country in our best interest, not trick us. In his press conference yesterday, he continued the ruse that UN Ambassador Susan Rice wasn’t part of the Benghazi coverup when she pretended that the killings at the consulate were part of […]


General Petraeus is sent off with compliments in the president’s press conference Wednesday. Obama refers to the sex scandal as a personal matter. My main hope right now is that he and his family are able to move on and that this ends up being a single side note on what has otherwise been an […]


Are supreme court justices capable of making legal judgements about issues that don’t affect them personally? Not according to Eric Michael Dyson, who says white women needed to rebel to get their rights from white male justices. …Now this court, men and women, will make a decision about the future of voting rights for African […]