Posts Tagged ‘Huffington Post’

Heh, I’m not sure why the GOP didn’t just let him win in Tennessee. He’s got a piece up at HuffPo where he’s repeatedly schooled by HuffPo commenters. Let that one sink in. The growth of the Internet ecosystem relies on continued private investment. For the past decade, a stable market atmosphere has prospered under […]


Seriously. What happened to Nico Pitney and the Green uprising? This is nonsense–a bunch of tweets almost randomly arranged on a page, no order, several columns, bleh. As if I needed another reason to be against Twitter. I guess the Google — China war won’t be televised, or effectively blogged by the most prominent liberal […]


AIG Frustration

16Mar09

First of all, this isn’t a rant about how awful AIG is. There’s enough coverage of that already, and besides, they sponsor Manchester United, so yours truly always knew something was up. Instead of just being angry, it’s important to know why we are angry and why we aren’t doing anything about it. The first […]


My comment on Dean Baker’s story (original link found here) . Here’s what I had to say: Mr. Baker, I graduated last week from a prestigious college (a semester early) with a degree in one of their most difficult programs. I have worked 20+ hours per week for the last two years during school, and […]


Hey all, I’m sure most of you who know me or read me had forgotten about this blog, but as mentioned in the last post, Poliology is getting back on track. First a brief explanation to why it went away: 1. Post-Election blues–Networks have even been fighting to find stories after the biggest Presidential election […]


Over at Huff Po, Andy Borowitz more or less makes my point. The original link is here, reprinted below: The liberal blogosphere was aflame today with new accusations that Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill) is trying to win the 2008 presidential election. Suspicions about Sen. Obama’s true motives have been building over the past few weeks, […]


The Huffington Post’s big headline this afternoon is how the “netroots” movement is drifting away from Obama, or Obama is drifting away from them–Uh basically, what you need to know is that Democrats are aiming yet another loaded gun at their foot right now. Maybe it’s actually an automatic rifle. Why is the left coming […]