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New voices have emerged, often outshining longtime media outlets. Just as our president does, I have some favorites among new media. President Barack Obama has taken advantage of new media to directly message supporters of leftist policy, and Republicans have … Continue reading
This week the big news centered around topics like Benghazi and racist comments made by a Democrat about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thompson. As you can see in the left column, we covered many of those stories, but there are … Continue reading
Roundup of news from top blogs in the ‘sphere WE WON’T FORGET WHAT HAPPENED WHEN TERRORISTS HIT BOSTON LAST APRIL after two malcontents [allegedly] maimed and killed innocent people. It probably won’t shock you to learn the younger malcontent has … Continue reading
A roundup of under-covered or ignored news, courtesy of the Blogosphere. Denver wants illegal aliens for teachers and Weasel Zippers says Teach for America is helping. Read the comments on this blog story—they pretty much sum up frustration many of … Continue reading
A roundup of under-covered or ignored news, courtesy of the Blogosphere. Al Sharpton—Man of many pasts including snitch? AL SHARPTON transformed himself from media attacker of innocent men accused of rape to a major voice in Democrat Party politics. For … Continue reading
A roundup of under-covered or ignored news, courtesy of the Blogosphere. OBAMACARE finally put a smile on the president’s face despite the fact the enrollments don’t come close to the figure he originally cited as uninsured—45-46 million. While the several … Continue reading