Matt Osborne has written one of the very best short political pieces I've ever read:
On Our Inevitable Disappointment With Bernie Sanders
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Saturday, February 06, 2016
I didn't think Christie could smack down someone who also has power but he did:
Christie began his critique of Rubio by saying that senators wake up thinking about what speech they will give that day or what kind of legislation they will sponsor. A governor, Christie said, wakes up thinking about “What kind of problem do I need to solve?”
Turning to Rubio, Christie addressed him directly. “You have not been involved in a consequential decision where you have had to be held accountable. You just simply haven’t,” Christie said.
Posted by Steve J. at 10:18 PM
Tuesday, February 02, 2016
because no one in the MSM points them out. Canada Cruz repeated a couple of big lies about Obamacare to Chris Wallace and none of the Big News Outlets, such as the NYT or WaPo, covered it.
This is all I could find on Google:
This is all I could find on Google:
Ted Cruz fact checked by Fox News for Obamacare whopper: “There's certainly no question that more people have ...
Salon - Feb 1, 2016
“The fact checkers say you're wrong,” Fox News host Chris Wallace followed-up with Cruz during an interview on Sunday, after noting that his debate stage answer had drawn a lot of scrutiny. “Since that law went into effect, the unemployment rate fell ...
PoliticusUSA - 22 hours ago
... Hammers Ted Cruz For Lying About President Obama's Jobs Record. By Jason Easley on Sun, Jan 31st, 2016. During an interview on Fox News Sunday host, Chris Wallace called out Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz for lying about Obamacare ...
AlterNet - Feb 1, 2016
Fox News host Chris Wallace cornered Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Sunday about his claim that President Barack Obama's health care reform law had cost jobs. “The fact checkers say you're wrong,” Wallace told Cruz. “Since that law went ...
MSNBC - Feb 1, 2016
During last week's Republican debate, one of the moderators acknowledged that “everyone on this stage opposes Obamacare,” but he pressed Ted Cruz to go one step further. “[I]f you repeal Obamacare, as you say you will, will you be fine if millions of ...
Posted by Steve J. at 7:38 PM
Sunday, January 31, 2016
Not enough visitors == not enough clicks and that means not enough revenue.
Head of Glenn Beck’s Media Empire Quits as The Blaze Burns Down
01.29.16 4:56 PM ET
...the departure in June of then-Blaze chief executive Betsy Morgan, an experienced digital media executive who previously ran CBS News’s digital operations, helped grow The Huffington Post, and built TheBlaze.com into a news and aggregation site that—in November 2014—attracted 29 million unique visitors per month.
But by November 2015—according to figures from the Web traffic measuring service Quantcast—monthly traffic for TheBlaze.com had dropped to 16.4 million unique visitors, and traffic for the associated website GlennBeck.com, had plunged from 4.4 million to 1.4 million uniques.
Posted by Steve J. at 5:18 PM
Saturday, January 30, 2016
I read this disgusting remark on the AP's site:
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Latest on the 2016 race for president on the final weekend of campaigning before Monday's leadoff Iowa caucuses (all times local):
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is infusing his closing argument to Iowans with Biblical references as his campaign visits some of the state's conservative strongholds.
Cruz has made courting Iowa's evangelical Christians a cornerstone of his campaign and he has long tapped the Bible in his stump speech.
At a stop Saturday at Darrell's Place in Hamlin, Iowa, Cruz urged his supporters to "awaken the body of Christ that we may pull back from the abyss."
The line drew loud cheers from the western Iowa crowd.
Posted by Steve J. at 4:14 PM