We broke news yesterday and it went viral, making its way into Virginia House of Delegates member and Republican strategist Barbara Comstock‘s email inbox. She was shocked to learn the news that CNN’s Soledad O’Brien was reading an email sent to her which included talking points and a blog post from the liberal, Talking Points [...]
Looks like an opposition research staffer just got his or her wings. The YouTube channel to which this is posted to joined just today and has no other videos posted. The user’s name is “Scott Williams” and was leaked out to The Weekly Standard.
CNN’s Soledad O’Brien is no stranger to controversy or rightful journalistic scrutiny. She’s frequently been exposed for reading Wikipedia or talking points on the air, always disparaging a conservative guest on her program. Tonight, she was the substitute host for Anderson Cooper, a program that boasts of its reputation for “keeping [politicians] honest.” During her [...]
STATE OF ILLINOIS 90TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY REGULAR SESSION SENATE TRANSCRIPT 60th Legislative Day May 31, 1997 First of all, what I’d like to do is just commend both Senator Syverson, as well as the Governor’s Office, for entering into good-faith negotiations on what is a huge bill that hasn’t received too much attention. There hasn’t been too much [...]
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The following letter was sent by Aaron Walker to the National Bloggers Club: Friend, For over a year, convicted domestic terrorist turned left-wing activist Brett Kimberlin and his allies have been in a battle to suppress freedom to blog. In just my experience alone, he had gotten my wife and I fired from our jobs, [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 2, 2012Contact: Ali A. Akbar, firstname.lastname@example.org (emails will be reviewed by system and then a volunteer), (888) 308-3606, ext. 4 DEMOCRAT OPERATIVE ACCUSES ACTIVIST BRANDON DARBY OF “SWATTING” BLOGGERS; NATIONAL BLOGGERS CLUB PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR DARBY AND ALL LEGAL RECOURSE AUSTIN, TX — Democratic operative and self-proclaimed “hacker” Neal Rauhauser [...]
Blogger Lawrence B. Solum read Justice Antonin Scalia’s dissenting opinion in today’s ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act, and finds interesting typos suggesting Scalia may have originally written his opinion as a concurrence rather than a dissent: After a preliminary read of the opinions in the Health Care Cases (National Federation of Independent Business v. [...]
In response to the University of Minnesota – Duluth’s “Unfair” ad campaign showcasing the ills of “white guilt,” Late Debate released this video highlighting the importance of judging individuals on the content of character over the content of skin color: Campus Reform covered the the original story: The University of Minnesota – Duluth (UMD) is [...]
Steny Hoyer signaled yesterday that some Democrats may defect and join the GOP in voting to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress when the House holds its vote on Thursday. CNN Reports: Hoyer immediately pointed out that the NRA has “weighed in on this issue” and acknowledged “there are some members who [...]
Aaron Walker, known as one of the front-line bloggers fighting to bring light to the sordid activities of convicted domestic terrorist Brett Kimberlin became the latest victim of a Swatting attack last night. As Walker writes on his blog, police were called to his home with guns drawn: I was writing when there was a [...]
It’s not every day you see a beloved Sesame Street character spew anti-Semitic remarks in public. A man dressed up as Elmo shouted “Read about the International Jewish Conspiracy!”, “I’m not making money ’cause the Jewish costume company’s harassing me,” and similar obscenities about Jewish people in New York’s Central Park.
With a lot of my friends getting either an iPhone or an iPad, or sometimes both, I have had a lot of people asking what my top 10 apps are for the iPhone or iPad. However, I have several that are great for iPhone, not so much on iPad… or vice versa, so I’ve decided [...]
In another day of Supreme Court decisions, with everyone waiting with bated breath for the Court’s ruling on ObamaCare, the Court chose instead to rule on other high-profile cases, including a case questioning Montana’s campaign finance rules. In a 5-4 decision, the Conservative majority declined to allow the Liberal minority to essentially force a re-hearing [...]