Monday, May 30, 2016

Hillary's Army of Goliaths

In my upcoming book, I refer to the old media as an Army of Goliaths, a reference to Glenn Reynolds's "An Army of Davids" book, which is as relevant today as it was when it came out a decade ago. Goliath protected the Philistines. The modern Goliaths of the press corps protect the Philistines of Washington, which is why the press corps -- including the conservative commentariat -- are balls out in opposition to Trump.

Another attempted media smear of Trump backfires

Unable to slow down Donald Trump down, much less stop him, the Washington Post decided, through reporters Sean Sullivan and Robert Costa, to spread the rumor that Trump's campaign is in chaos.

Memorial Day

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Trump's map of the United States of America

In 2000, Bush's political advisor Karl Rove put Coddy Johnson in charge of five states, including West Virginia. Then Rove told him, “If you spend more than 30 seconds thinking about West Virginia, you'll be fired.”

Johnson listened to Rove, ignored West Virginia, and Al Gore was elected president despite losing Florida by 538 votes.

PolitiFact, if you like your Pulitzer, you can keep it. Period.

Research led me far afield and I uncovered this gem from PolitiFact in its Pulitzer Prize-winning year of 2008. It rated as TRUE Obama's statement at the October 7, 2008, "If you've got a health care plan that you like, you can keep it."

Steinle Family sues over sanctuary city murder of their daughter


Welcome to Never Trump Land

Hey, Never Trumpers, meet your new allies.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Trump makes media cry, "Curses! Foiled again."

In the cartoons, Snidely Whiplash would kidnap Nell Fenwick and tie her to the railroad tracks. But Dudley Do-Right of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police would rescue her and apprehend him, at which point, Whiplash would say, "Curses! Foiled again."

For the past year, pundits have repeatedly said, "Curses! Foiled again."