Monday, August 27, 2007

A lesson in journalism

It's always nice to see one reporter take another to task for the sorry state of affairs modern journalism has become but when Fox's Chris Wallace schools PBS's Bill Moyers the lesson seems all the more sweet by Wallace's matter of fact style.

Here's the video, by way of HotAir.

You can almost see Chris trying to hold back a smile as he takes Moyers out to the woodshed.

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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Bitch slapping - the 21st century way

A lesson in reading comprehension (as well as other things) courtesy of Jeff at Protein Wisdom.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

A White House Wedding?

So it's official, Jenna Bush, one half of the sometimes infamous 'Bush Twins' has anounced her engagement to Henry Hager, son of prominent Virginia politician John Hager.

For most people that would be good news but some people are having a little bit of trouble getting over their BDS to wish the long time couple well (though amazingly the commentors at Think Progress have actually jumped to her defense, at least somewhat).

What is blatantly apparent is most on the far left have been caught in some kind of time warp, completely fixated on the past image of the Bush's as party girl socialites, a la Paris Hilton, something that hasn't really been an issue since sometime in 2001 when Jenna was caught trying to use a fake ID to buy alcohol; stupid to be sure, but hardly a life defining moment for a 19 year old college student.

As far as I know most Hilton wannabes don't teach at a Public Charter schools in DC for a year and a half or intern at UNICEF where Jenna spends her much of her week teaching at shelters throughout Latin America.

So congrats to the happy couple and best wishes to a happy life together.

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The AFPs recruitment program

Flip from Suitably Flip tries his hand at a little Wissaming.

The master would be proud.

Sunday, August 12, 2007


Just plain funny

P.S. Postings been very light recently since they've blocked Blogger from work. I used to get most of my postings done during lunch and breaks no more.

First YouTube now blogger, what do they expect us to do at the office for 8 hours, work?


Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Winter Soldiers

Michelle Malkin has a great rundown on the outbreak of outright frauds who are almost without exception glorified by the left in order to portray the troops they 'love and support' in a negative light.

Monday, August 06, 2007

Bad news for Democrats

If they can't depend on their friends at the New York Times to 'interpret' all the recent news out of Iraq since the surge began then who can they depend on.

Could this be a sign of a change in the coverage of the war?

Imagine a world where reporters actually travel to the front lines to report what they see as opposed to sitting behind their desk depending entirely on second hand accounts (often not even bothering to do the slightest fact checking) or reporting out of hotel rooms in the green zone just so they can add the "Live from Iraq" banner on the screen.

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Did someone get the number of that truck?

Life lesson #23,465: Don't mess with an under payed, overworked black belt convenience store clerk.

(H/T Allah over at Hot Air)

P.S. And before you start questioning the authenticity because of the strange camera movements please pay attention to the fact it's actually a person recording the video on a monitor.
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