Entries in Politico (5)
Sometimes irony is so delicious it ought to have a calorie count.
After President Barack Obama’s golf outing in Florida, some reporters were upset about lack of access.
The public wasn’t upset at all. Basically, we missed nothing.
Has this president rendered legacy media and reporters useless—or perhaps even neutered them?
The Republican National Committee followed up Romney's debate win with the video 'Smirk.' (RNC)
On Wednesday as GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney dominated the first presidential debate on domestic policy, the Left reeled as the Right watched with a mix of wonder and joy. By mid-debate, if not earlier, it was obvious Romney would own the night.
The governor achieved a sort of social justice for Main Street, within the government-allied media complex.
In January after a debate among the GOP Primary candidates, Politico’s Roger Simon wrote a story, “They are not worthy.”
The Obama Harvard tapes promised by the late Andrew Breitbart will air on the Hannity show on the Fox News channel on Wednesday evening.
The Breitbart site Big Government made the announcement on Wednesday after another Web site aired some video, reportedly a brief excerpt, of President Barack Obama during his Harvard days.
As the video shows, Obama has often joked about his birth certificate as he did during the White House Correspondents' Dinner in 2010. Obama was received with raucous applause and enthusiasm by the press, most of whose members actively lobbied to get him elected.
A story brewing about Herman Cain and another story about Texas Gov. Rick Perry have nothing to do with each other except for the fact both stories continue a longstanding tradition by Democrat-allied media.
I keep telling conservatives we’re not only battling the leftwing, we’re battling a powerful media machine that has run interference for Democrats all my life.