Posts Tagged ‘This Week’

Watch Cynthia Tucker, a liberal columnist from the Atlanta Constitution-Journal, explain why affirmative action is a bad idea. Of course, the irony is that he never would have been voted in as Chairman of the Republican Party were he not black. Let’s remember how the Party wound up with Michael Steele. In November 2008, the […]


Mind the Left

17May10

Glenn Greenwald from Salon was great on ABC’s This Week on Sunday. Especially fine was when he slapped around former White House Counsel Greg Craig for playing defense lawyer and claiming that Elena Kagan is the most qualified nominee to the Supreme Court of his lifetime. Great stuff. Now, considering that Craig defined Kagan’s politics […]


Bill Maher is a moron, so you might say, “why bother?” But he’s not alone in his reckless, hateful and self-serving use of the race card. It is Democrats who hold the poor in permanent bondage with horrible schools and poverty support programs.


Drag Out

22Mar10

It’s not that often that the Sunday talk shows turn from dueling marketing themes into a good old knock down, drag out fight, but yesterday on This Week, Karl Rove kicked the talking points out of David Plouffe. It was delightful. “Karl and the Republicans would be familiar with that,” Plouffe retorted. “Under their leadership, […]


Is Anita Dunn

15Mar10

Is Anita Dunn about to vomit on Jake Tapper at the beginning of this clip?


Heck of a Job

27Dec09

A respected Nigerian business leader goes to the U.S. embassy six months ago and says he’s concerned about his son’s radical beliefs, also reporting him to Nigerian security officials. The young man in question – Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab – is the son of Alhaji Umaru Mutallab, a former Nigerian minister and bank chairman. Half […]


Read His Lips

21Sep09

This is good – from AMERICANS FOR TAX REFORM WASHINGTON, D.C.— President Barack Obama’s central campaign promise was a “firm pledge” not to raise “any form” of taxes on families making less than $250,000 per year.  This timeline of statements by Obama and White House staff and advisors illustrates a steady retreat from his oft-repeated […]