Posts Tagged ‘bush’

Another alarm bell goes off on the Web 2.0 boom, this time, via a Bushie. Via the Daily Beast: Twitter is not a business. I know its founders would like to think it is. It is, for the most part, a diversion. It’s part of the web 2.0 nonsense that believes if you build anything, […]


From DD: John Stewart is not a great interviewer because he has a double standard: Hiding behind the excuse that it’s not his job to ask hard-hitting questions when it’s a guest he wants to coddle, lobbing them nothing but softball questions. But swinging away with satire, sarcasm and tough questions for guests he and […]


The more likely explanation of what Bush and Rice are up to is that they don’t know what to do. Not just in Georgia but around the world, they are floundering. Bush suddenly turns pragmatic diplomat with the North Koreans (though only after they successfully test an atomic bomb), but he remains ideologically opposed to […]


It was a strange, and certainly ground breaking Special Comment on Countdown last night. Olbermann devoted it to criticizing Barack Obama over his support for the FISA bill. OIbermann’s first criticism was that the Republicans are going to criticize Obama for being soft on terror regardless of his vote on FISA. That may be true, […]


Scott McClellan thought he was all cool or something this week, when he was all over cable TV promoting his groundbreaking book, What Happened. McClellan may even get to testify before congress based on the not-so-stunning revelation that the Bush administration did some really fucked up shit. Sorry, I sound bitter, but that bastard stole […]


The blogosphere and mainstream media finally caught on to what Anthony Bourdain has been saying for years: Rachael Ray is a terrorist. News broke yesterday that blogger Michelle Malkin was considering a boycott Ray-endorsed Dunkin Donuts because the culinarily-challenged Ray wears what Malkin labels a keffiyah, which apparently “terrorists” use as “anti-Israel” code. First of […]


What’s almost as dumb as invoking the assassination of a Civil Rights leader when you’re losing to a candidate that happens to be black? Writing an article suggesting that voter fraud will not at all be in issue a race with the first ever black candidate. Dahlia Lithwick, Slate’s legal expert, today in a pseudo […]