An idea whose time has come

Credit where credit is due, Marco Rubio makes a great point here: Appearing on Fox & Friends, 2016 GOP presidential contender Marco Rubio hammered at Democrats for proposing additional gun control laws after the San Bernardino attack, adding that “the left” never talks about “bomb control.” Rubio voted against additional restrictions on gun possession on… Continue reading An idea whose time has come

Why is it so hard to admit that it’s racism?

As the dust settles from Wednesday night’s horrific attack on the Emanuel Church in Charleston, some of America’s keenest thought leaders are furrowing their brows in wonderment over what could have possessed 21 year old Dylann Storm Roof to commit such violence upon 9 other human beings. So far, all we have to go on… Continue reading Why is it so hard to admit that it’s racism?

CNN’s Chris Cuomo offers the most damning critique of cable TV ever made

This is so devastating that I almost feel like it’s unfair: Of New Day, which had its one year anniversary last month, Cuomo admitted it “has to grow, it has to get better,” but he said it’s “a good show that is based on the understanding of taking what matters seriously but not taking ourselves… Continue reading CNN’s Chris Cuomo offers the most damning critique of cable TV ever made

my need is such i pretend too much

From Media Matters, we get the story, and I hope you’re sitting down for this, that “Fox & Friends” made a teeny, um, “error” this morning that just coincidentally happened to help push Fox’s agenda. See, the Bureau of Labor Statistics calculates six measures of unemployment, with the U3 measure, which counts active job seekers… Continue reading my need is such i pretend too much