Archive for the ‘2012’ Category

Campbell Brown on President Obama and respect for women

May 20, 2012

This is quite a challenge to what has become typical rhetoric from the administration and its allies. The implications are interesting, and profound.

on liberal media and audiences

August 16, 2011

There’s nothing surprising about this. Ed Schultz is typical of MSNBC, unapologetically working on behalf of the Leftist agenda as a political cable channel.

What I wonder at is his level of confidence that his audience will not encounter anyone or any source information that exposes him. He must know that his viewers are hermetically sealed from the very easy evidence that what he is telling them is false, and he knows it’s false, and he’s saying it anyway. That is a problem.

The 2012 race Starts in Nebraska

November 7, 2010

The newly re-elected State Attorney General, Jon Bruning, announced his plans to challenge Ben Nelson for the Senate in 2012. I can’t say I’m that familiar with the political landscape in Nebraska, but he seems likely to be a strong challenger. With Ben Nelson having been central in pushing the health care bill over the line in the Senate, he’s going to be very vulnerable. Bruning joined the group of states challenging the constitutionality of the individual mandate, which will likely keep both him and the health care bill in the news.

If you are in this region of the country, my advice is to keep “Cornhusker Kickback” off your list of election drinking games. It will be the end of your liver.