Archive for the ‘barack obama’ Category

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 […]


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 […]


Pressing Sarah

13Nov08

At the Republican Governor’s Conference in Miami, it might as well be reconfigured into the Sarah Palin Conference. After Barack, she’s the biggest political star in the country. At a short press conference, she was asked what she’s doing since the last governor’s get-together. “I had a baby, I did some traveling, I very briefly […]


Bad News

13Nov08

MSNBC got confirmation of the Sarah Palin Africa controversy from a McCain campaign insider who doesn’t exist. MSNBC was the victim of a hoax when it reported that an adviser to John McCain had identified himself as the source of an embarrassing story about former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, the network said Wednesday. David […]


Say Anything

13Nov08

Like most politicians, Barack was willing to say anything to win the presidency. Dig any hole now, we can climb out of it later. A suicide car bomber struck a U.S. military convoy passing through a crowded market in eastern Afghanistan on Thursday, killing at least five civilians and a coalition soldier and wounding an […]


Barack’s campaign stand against lobbyists was meaningless as policy – a deceptive stance of no practical meaning. Now, for the sake of real life, he’s watered it down to make it even less meaningful, and more symbolic. President-elect Obama, who campaigned against lobbyists’ influence, on Tuesday opened the door for them to work for him […]