Monthly Archives: September 2010

Political Cartoons: Michael Ramirez

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Is this Rush’s ‘Sock It To Me’ Moment?

Sometimes the allure of comedy can be a hard thing to refuse.  When “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In invited the late William F. Buckley to appear on ‘Laugh-In’, he immediately declined. Rowan & Martin’s next telegram to Buckley simply asked: “Would you appear on the show if we flew you in on a plane with two […]

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Meg Whitman lashes out at claims of illegal hire

By ANDY BARR POLITICO California Republican gubernatorial nominee Meg Whitman struck back Thursday against accusations she knowingly employed an illegal immigrant, calling them “lies” and “politics at its worst.” In a press conference, Whitman sought to blame her Democratic opponent, Jerry Brown, and repeatedly insisted that she fired housekeeper Nikki Diaz upon learning of her […]

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Accused Stalker’s Dad: ‘He’s not in Alaska’

By: TRACY KALYTIAK and HEATHER RESZ Frontiersman staff The father of an 18-year-old Pennsylvania man accused of stalking Sarah Palin said Wednesday that his son is home with him and hasn’t left the state. “He is not in Alaska and he’s never been to Alaska,” Craig Christy said Wednesday of his son, Shawn R. Christy. […]

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Senate Siren – No Retreat

By: ALEXANDER BURNS POLITICO  Sen. Barbara Boxer is still in for some $2 million worth of NRSC-funded pain before Election Day, despite multiple reports that the GOP committee is pulling back from the California Senate race. The Daily Caller first reported – and the Huffington Post hyped up – Democratic claims that the NRSC has […]

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San Francisco Chronicle: Campaign Stunt: A Bunch Of Garbage

I am just starting to get up to speed on the Brown Campaign’s efforts to ‘gin up a “scandal” to try to discredit the Whitman camp in regards to a woman who used to work for Ms. Whitman. From what little I know, the San Francisco Chronicle seems to think the whole story is a […]

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Democrats in Denial About Unpopular Policies

By Rich Lowry When John Kerry calls you out of touch, you must be so far out of touch that you need to call Mazlan Othman, the U.N.’s designated liaison to space aliens, to re-establish contact with Planet Earth. The Massachusetts senator is one of the world’s experts in out-of-touch. What Tony Dungy is to […]

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Whitman, Brown Clash in Calif. Gov Debate

DAVIS, Calif. — Democrat Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman clashed Tuesday over remedies for the state’s teetering economy, using their first gubernatorial debate to draw sharp contrasts between their potential solutions for returning California’s luster. The debate, the first of three, was at turns personal and policy-oriented, as both candidates sought to portray an […]

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Election 2010: Delaware Senate

Delaware Senate: Possible Castle Write-In Drops Coons (D) Below 50% Against O’Donnell (R) It is possible that a write-in campaign by Congressman Mike Castle could hurt Democrat Chris Coons more than Republican Christine O’Donnell in the Delaware campaign for U.S. Senate. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Delaware voters finds Coons with 49% […]

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Texas Campus Gets All Clear After Shooting: Gunman Acted Alone, UT Officials Say

STATESMAN.COM    THE BLOTTER A gunman who police believe to be a University of Texas student fired about four rounds from an automatic weapon on the campus this morning before apparently fatally shooting himself in a library, Austin and UT police officials said. The gunman appears to have been a UT student but positive identification will […]

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