From the daily archives:

Thursday, January 28, 2010

So That’s Why All BBC Stories Sound Alike

January 28, 2010

Here’s a video by Charlie Brooker that looks and sounds like every BBC news story you’ve ever seen.  If you pay close attention, you’ll notice that it’s actually a tutorial on how to make a BBC-style news story.  The only thing missing is the obligatory soundbite from some American left-wing nutjob that British media liberals [...]

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Ryan’s Take on the State of the Union Address

January 28, 2010

I didn’t like it. Pretty succinct, huh?! Aside from the obvious liberal crap and fake platitudes, here’s what I really didn’t like:  Obama’s Chavez-like qualities shown through a few times last night.  The way he immaturely called out the Supreme Court with a poor, populist, and inaccurate argument, knowing they couldn’t respond lest Joe Wilson-like [...]

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New Debt Limit – $14.3 Trillion

January 28, 2010

The Debt Limit has been raised by Congress to $14.3 trillion dollars.  The Senate voted to raise it $1.9 Trillion on a strictly partisan basis, 60-40 (no wonder they delayed the swearing in of Scott Brown).  The amount that they are raising it is unprecedented in our nation’s history.  Some perspective: In 2001 when Bush [...]

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Climate Gate Scientists Broke the Law

January 28, 2010

Climate Gate scientists responsible for forging the data involved in the climate change hoax also broke the law, according to Britain’s Information Commissioner’s Office.  By refusing to hand over source data when requested, the commissioner found that the climate scientists at the University of East Anglia violated Britain’s Freedom of Information Act.  These revelations came [...]

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Bob McDonnell – The Real Story of the State of the Union

January 28, 2010

Quick recap of the State of the Union -a long, boring speech in which Obama dug in his heels and attacked Bush.  I don’t think he came across well, and came off as a schoolteacher scolding his students.  Not the image people want in a President.  I don’t see this speech as a plus for [...]

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