February 28, 2009
February 26, 2009
February 25, 2009
For his part, the president has refrained from settling the issue -- at least publicly.But, soon, we may have an answer. Thank God. We can finally exhale.
February 24, 2009
(Via the Moron in Chief.)
I have a better solution - fire all the print journalists and hire a bunch of bloggers. No retraining to deal with technology required, but we might have to be mesmerized into Obamazombiedom.
February 20, 2009
February 19, 2009
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February 05, 2009
He's easily the least in-the-tank reporter I've seen in a long time. Plus, any reporter who frequents Dennis Miller's show can't be all bad.
February 03, 2009
SCIUTTO TO MAHMOUD OTHMAN: Is this the end of the war?
MAHMOUD OTHMAN, IRAQI PARLIAMENT MEMBER: If the Iraqi leaders could get together and work together sincerely, yes, this could be the end of the war.
SCIUTTO: The end of the war here?
OTHMAN: Could be.
SCIUTTO: For the U.S., a different kind of relationship with Iraq, less protector than ally. Jim Sciutto, ABC News, Baghdad.
Update: I think I've found the perfect candidate to replace him. He's recently become available and is looking for work, and he and Pres. Obama have mutual admiration for each other. And if you don't agree, then you, sir, are racist.
February 02, 2009
“The more active Hollywood becomes, the more active the public will be,” said Phil Viardo, a Los Angeles-based agent and producer. “Hollywood is a huge motivating factor. One thing is undeniable: People can say all they want about Hollywood’s opinion, but the majority of Americans look up to and listen to celebrities.”I don't know about that, Phil. Lots of people like reading about celebrities or watching celebrity news (especially when said celebrities are getting knocked down a peg for doing something stupid) but when was the last time you (and I'm not talking to Phil here anymore) heard someone say something to the effect of "Gee, I wish [insert celebrity name] would talk more about politics"?
On the other hand, there are a lot of stupid people out there (somewhere around, oh, say, 52% of the public) so Phil might be on to something.
February 01, 2009
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