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This is the part CNN didn’t show… UPDATE: It seems CNN is embarrased by this footage and have had the original video taken off YouTube, citing copyright. I have updated the link. For more background, head over to Patterico.
James Taranto’s Best of the Web Today column on the Wall Street Journal’s opinion page has long noted how reporters often see a paradox between decreased crime rates and increased numbers of criminals incarcerated, ignoring an obvious explanation: If criminals … Continue reading
Our local Atlanta CBS affiliate did a nice segment on the increasing number of women arming themselves for their own protection. It’s actually a very good segment–they didn’t even include the usually obligatory, “Gun control groups say…,” you’ll put your … Continue reading
Too bad they yanked it from the NBC site within hours. It’s not easily embeddable so you’ll have to click over to PatDollard.com to view it, as the youtube versions keeps getting pulled. The video is a mock C-SPAN press … Continue reading
This Newsbusters post points out that ABC News edited out key parts of the Sarah Palin interview with Charlie Gibson, and it seems they edited it in order to make her look less knowledgeable. Also, as you may have seen, … Continue reading
Tony Snow is joining CNN. This is great news because Tony has greater mass than CNN so he will pull them farther right than they pull him left.
Town Hall in this article writes: I have two sources, both of whom wish to remain anonymous, that report to me that New York Times Editor Bill Keller was spotted in a dumpster last weekend in the Hamptons snorting crack … Continue reading
I want to give them the benefit of the doubt and say this was just a coincidence. Gene just sent me a link to the below Fox News page, that says: “Breaking News: ABC Announces Rosie O’Donnell Is Off ‘The … Continue reading
To all of you working in advertising please stop using that word to describe consumer goods. It is clear you have not grasped its meaning. Anything which is producible is necessarily imaginable.
At least they can now report all the fantasy news they wish. Reuters has opened Rueters/Second Life, a news agency in the Second Life on line world.
I was watching the O’Reilly Factor last night and he had a segment related to a study of teen alcohol and drug use during parties hosted by parents. The study, or perhaps it was just a poll, showed that 28 … Continue reading
As always, Cox & Forkum are on the money.