Moorelies.com is retired, and I don’t intend for this space to inherit its subject matter. That said, in checking Instapundit today, I noticed my old mark, Michael Moore, is in trouble again: A double-amputee Iraq-war vet is suing Michael Moore for $85 million, claiming the portly peacenik recycled an old interview and used it out […]
Hola Mainers, Barbara Merrill is an independent considering a run for the Blaine House. Because her hopes rest on a Clean Elections candidacy, she needs your help to gather the required contributions to qualify for Clean Elections Status. Please- even if you’re supporting another candidate- take a few minutes, and $5 of your hard-earned dollars, […]
As I wrote yesterday, Maine ‘Pay-per-Gate’ blogger Lance Dutson has been relieved of a multi-million dollar lawsuit brought against him, thanks in part to his attorneys, Maine State Rep Stephen Bowen, and the public relations and legal work of the MBA (disclosure: I’m on the board of the MBA). So at least nationally, this sad, […]
Congratulations to Lance Dutson, who is free from the legal black cloud imposed on him by Warren Kremer Paino Advertising. The agency dropped their lawsuit Friday, though they made no public comment on the matter. Cowards, to the end. In his latest post on the now seven-month-long Pay-Per-Gate saga, Lance thanked his own legal council, […]
Blast from the past: In July 2004, FrontPage magazine’s Jamie Glazov interviewed me and David Hardy about the implications of Michael Moore’s worldview.
In an LA Times editorial, Christopher Hitchens makes the case against Ramsey Clark, one of Saddam Hussein’s lawyers.
Step one: read this article by Ben Stein defending George Bush. Step two: If you are a blogger and you truly, seriously, honestly, blame George Bush for the hurricane, please call me and explain why. Check to make sure you’re sane first, because like most humans on earth I’m often quite busy. Because, see, I’m […]
Now that Joe Wilson is back in the news (part of it his own doing), I thought it would be both quite timely and at least somewhat hilarious to dig up this relic from exactly one year ago today: July 15th of good ole summer 2004: Click the image for a full-size view. Trust me, […]
A prediction: Karl Rove is not Judith Miller’s source. Think about it: if Rove was Miller’s source, don’t you think the NYT would be pressuring Miller to reveal Rove with some kind of damning evidence, thereby effectively ensuring his almost immediate public demise?
BlogPulse has posted a fascinating study examining the effects of the blogosphere on the mainstream media during the 2004 Presidential election.