Posts Tagged ‘CNN’

Forced to resign from the USDA yesterday after a tape surfaced of her describing her own racist behavior as a government worker 20 years ago, Shirley Sherrod says she isn’t racist anymore. Shirley Sherrod, who resigned Monday as the department’s state director of rural development for Georgia, told CNN she had four calls telling her […]


Spilling Red

11Jul10

More stimulus or balance the budget – which move is the right one for the U.S.? The Keynesian approach seems to be accepted as the correct one today, but Harvard economist Niall Ferguson says more stimulus spending isn’t a great answer. It’s not like we haven’t tried Keynesianism in the past. Indeed, it was orthodoxy […]


Palin Prognosis

28Jun10

Is Sarah Palin the most important Republican in the nation? Chris Matthews asked the panel on his syndicated weekend show to opine, and everyone seemed to think she is. DAN RATHER: She is playing an almost perfect hand. If she wants to stay a power in the Party, make a lot of money and not […]


Shout Out

27May10

What exactly does CNN find embarrassing?


Brown Knows

19Mar10

Scott was on the Situation Room yesterday. He was very sharp presenting his position against one size fits all universal health plan. Scott makes a very strong case for this issue remaining in the hands of the states, but makes a unique argument for a Republican, that insuring 30 million people is important to do. […]


Michael Moore is disgusted with Democrats. Aren’t we all, if for different reasons! His message, surprisingly, isn’t all that different from the one from two Democratic pollsters in today’s Washington Post (see the next post down.) “Well, we see what it’s led us to, to the fact that one out of eight homes now in […]


As the Democrats ponder pursuing the “Screw the People Strategy,” they may want to take a look at the new Gallup Poll, which confirms what we already know. The STPS is really a Screw the Democrats Strategy… just another clever way to alienate independent voters. Democrats support passing the bill by reconciliation by a margin […]