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Watch the exchange that led to @jaketapper cutting off Stephen Miller this morning https://t.co/OhGbmzBH5z pic.twitter.com/6vHIjKUZV8 — Axios (@axios) January 7, 2018 That was pretty amazing, and Tapper did something that so few journalists do: he cut PeeWee Goering off rather … Continue reading
I’m not sure which is more disturbing: Priebus was unprepared for the most obvious question? Chuck Todd (full disclosure: I’m still blocked by ol’ neck-mouth) doesn’t follow-up. Maybe the Pantheon of Dunces is being remodeled?
Don’t know why MTV let go such a major talent: When you get the entire panel and host to congratulate your spin, you’ve accomplished Something Big. I propose a new internet award: The Campos-Duffy Golden Taco to be awarded for … Continue reading
I was reading the rundown of which pontificating poltroons would be, well, pontificating on the Sunday Morning Talkies when once again the image of a room full of 2-year olds babbling at each other came to mind, and I closed … Continue reading
All the usual suspects will be saying all the usual BS, but when I was scanning to see who the PowerHouse-Pundit Panels would be today, one network stands alone for potential hilarity: (CNN) Rick Perry, former Texas Governor and a … Continue reading
But Chimpy told us to go shopping at the mall, for ‘Murika: “If anyone is planning to go to the Mall of America today, they’ve got to be particularly careful. There will be enhanced security there, but public vigilance, public … Continue reading
…for live coverage of La Tomatina in Spain. Well, actually the obscure sporting event that NBC is using this week to bury the dead is The Ryder Cup, so good for them. ‘Meet the Press’ Wins Ratings Race in D.C., … Continue reading
All the usual lying toadies and minions have taken to the airwaves today, no doubt the flex their vocal cords on Ferguson, and to give their blah studies scholarship a good polish. Also, note that this is the first episode … Continue reading
Crooks and Liars has the run-down, per usual, and when you look at the guest list (mostly Wingnuts) you see that the discussion is going to be mostly about immigration. There is hardly anyone listed that is likely to talk … Continue reading