Tonight on WTTW “Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore?” (10:30 p.m. Tuesday, WTTW-Ch. 11) has not only a catchy title but an intriguing concept at its core. In these days of megabucks candidates raising millions of dollars for statewide and even local races, let alone national contests, it is worth examining whether a grassroots […]
Everyone thought it was Barack, but it’s actually Gibbs and I have photo proof: Gibbs probably threw himself under the bus… Original below the fold because it’s just too damn cute. Desecration: Antichrist Takes the Throne (Left Behind No. 9)
Creating a tough choice of whether to be happy for the exposure or annoyed that his work would do such a thing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXzmXy226po And don’t forget Jeff’s site–I’m sure I’ll be reminded I don’t link enough. 😉
Obama on the news media: [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/6n7jAVMLgQw” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] While Obama is certainly getting a fair amount of press even if much of it is half-assed coverage, this reminds me of 2000 when Bill Bradley suggested to the press that he rob a bank to get some coverage. The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts […]
The AP apparently doesn’t have any real news to dig up so they’ll be interviewing you shortly. Maybe next you can find an employee of Bobby Rush to say something unflattering about Obama.
Kirk Dillard isn’t really a Christian. Really, Jill Stanek says so.
Me or Rich: Next, you “experts” assume that just because viable, credible black candidates end up winning overwhelming majorities of black votes that polls currently showing Hillary Clinton leading Obama among African Americans are somehow important. Wrong again. In Illinois, at least, large numbers of black voters tend to take their time making up their […]
John Ruskin, he of Barack Obama really must of have gone to a madrassa regardless of evidence and the historical impossibility fame, attacks Democrats supporting Halvorson and Jakobbsen’s bills to mandate the HPV vaccine. The arguments about like one might find in a Junior High term paper, but let’s look at his charges. First he […]
Jackson Jr. jumps in the fray and takes on Stroger’s budget. It’s time to start the Claypool 2010 campaign about now.
Dan over at MoveonandShutup.org and I agree on relatively little although much like Gordy at Illinipundit I find him funny and generally smart. He has a great post on the Jill Stanek over at Illinoize. If he doesn’t watch out he’ll be the new Amanda Marcotte. That’s a joke people.
It’s really hard to choose between all of the morons David Smith, executive director of the Illinois Family Institute, disagreed. “I don’t think it’s going to fly. I think the people of Illinois made it clear during the petition drive,” Smith said. The Illinois Family Institute spearheaded an effort last year to place a referendum […]
Tucker Carlson On the February 19 edition of MSNBC’s Tucker, host Tucker Carlson claimed that Sen. Barack Obama’s (D-IL) faith has become “suddenly conspicuous” — suggesting that Obama has only recently begun addressing his religious background as part of “a very calculated plan on the part of the Democratic Party to win” religious voters in […]
Whomever let this article through the Sun-Times. $100 is about the going rate. While grassroots campaigns tend to rely upon volunteers, it’s very common for campaigns to pay people–it’s a burgeoning business for some political consultants. Who else gets paid $100 a day for election work? Election judges in the City of Chicago Mayor Daley’s […]
I thought Mack Bolan Novels books were something one grew out of around age 12. Charles Johnson proves otherwise. Deadly Contact (Executioner)