Republicans Plan To Adulterate Convention Coverage
National Republicans have set up shop in Denver, hoping to thrust themselves into the media's coverage of the Democratic convention. The GOP effort includes a "war room" and media center less than a mile from the convention hall and making top Republicans such as Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney available for press conferences and satellite interviews to television stations across the country, especially in swing states.
Sunday, August 24, 2008(9 comments)
Another Example of Associated Press Bias
It appears that the Associated Press has become a partisan mouthpiece for the McCain campaign. Twice in one day there appeared hit pieces on Obama-Biden and 'editorializing' in defense of John McCain, instead of straight reporting of nothing but the facts.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008(3 comments)
Americans Respond to Smears, Not Intellect
Obama had better get down and dirty and not high and lofty. The American public twice elected Bush on down and dirty. High and lofty once worked when Americans were more fair minded and practical, but ignorance has replaced the reformism of the New Deal and if the Democrats don't fight slogans with their own one-liners and hot button issues, THEY WILL LOSE!!! That simple.
Wednesday, August 6, 2008(17 comments)
The 'Songbird' as President?
The Vietnam Veterans Against John McCain bring up a good point. Perhaps McCain's 'hero' status needs to be challenged here on the Internet, since the mainstream media won't do their job of vetting McCain with some highly questionable parts of his history and temperament.
The Truth Just Keeps Getting Truer and Truer
A rant about the Bush-Cheney war machine and recent revelations that all the grandstanding about Iran and its nuclear program was just another piece of propaganda a-la Iraq War.
Sunday, December 2, 2007(12 comments)
The Busting Down of America
A diatribe to articulate the "general malaise" and anger felt by many Americans regarding the government targeting US as the enemy.