When I read this afternoon that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced (on CNN!) his reluctance to support Donald Trump, his party’s assumed presidential nominee, I knew it was time for the Republicans to take a time out, to shut up for, say, a week and let things cool off.
Brian Williams, Under Scrutiny, Will Take Leave From ‘NBC Nightly News’ Brian Williams, acknowledging that the scrutiny and criticism he was attracting was becoming a distraction for his network, said on Saturday that he was stepping aside as anchor of NBC’s “Nightly News” for the next several days. In a memo to the NBC News […]
NBC’s Brian Williams Admits He ‘Misremembered’ Being in Helicopter Shot Down in Iraq Williams has been telling a story about how he was in a helicopter forced down after taking an RPG hit in Iraq in 2003. It turns out that it’s all completely true except for the part where he was in a helicopter […]
Oprah Winfrey: Americans Disrespect Obama Because He Is Black Winfrey told the BBC that President Barack Obama is receiving an unusually high amount of “disrespect” due to his skin color. There’s a level of disrespect for the office that occurs. And that occurs in some cases and maybe even many cases because he’s African American. […]
Murdoc’s seeing and hearing lots of comments about how this is the last couple of days we’ll be subjected to so many political commercials. That’s not really the case. It’s just that we normally call it the “evening news.”
Instapundit seems to be keeping up with stories about the media outlets working collaboratively to turn the story of attacks on US consulates and embassies, the tearing down of flags, and the death of the US ambassador to Libya into a reason why Mitt Romney wouldn’t make a good president. A bunch of links here, […]
A basic difference between the sides: Rights come from government, not God She then goes on try and pass off government restrictions on activity as “rights.” There is a fundamental disconnect here. For all the labels, I think the basic difference between the “sides” is that one sees the government as a power for good […]