This is so overwhelmingly stupid, so intellectually lazy, yet so brazenly self-confident, you really have to wonder how far off the deep end NPR has gone in recent years.
“When the Lord calls me home, whenever that may be, I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal optimism for its future… I know that for America, there will always be a bright dawn ahead.” –President Ronald Reagan
Cori Dauber of Rantingprofs is all over sloppy reporting at NBC.
Andrew Sullivan: If someone had said in February 2003, that by June 2004, Saddam Hussein would have been removed from power and captured; that a diverse new government, including Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds, would be installed; that elections would be scheduled for January 2005; and that the liberation of a devastated country of 25 million […]
Just caught what I believe is the latest Bush/Cheney campaign ad, with the tagline “John Kerry’s problem isn’t that people don’t know who he is…it’s that people do.” Besides the fact that it’s a great line- could some of these bright Republican ad men go to work for The New York Times and/or CNN please- […]
MSNBC ignores two-plus years worth of outraegous liberal bias by The New York times, but the second the Grey Lady admits wrongdoing in a positive story on Iraq, America’s lowest-rated cable channel is all over it.
Nevermind the instantly boring campaign 2004, a race that ended in mid-April around the same time as Saddam Hussein’s rule. (Sorry, Deano, you won’t even get a chance to be the next Nader!) With campaign 2004’s long, weaving season out of the way, thanks to the military we embedded with those reporters in Iraq, it’s […]
Greta Van Susteren’s Mike Tyson piece just aired on the Fox network’s horrible newsmagazine, The Pulse. Besides her fake, stupid “I’m trying to be serious” look, the piece was not a total trash job like I expected it to be. Tyson was convicted of raping Desree Washington in 1992, and the piece spent much time […]