It may be a laugh line and they will play it for publicity, but its a good cause: In one of the more clever moments of issue advocacy in recent memory, the progressive media watchdog group, Media Matters for America, successfully won an online auction Thursday to have a "friendly lunch" with its long-time nemesis, … Continue reading An interesting way to spend Soros’ money, dinner with Murdock
Glenn linked to one other interesting piece today from one of the few people on the far lets on my blogroll, the Reclusive Leftist who said this: Nobody has ever apologized to me. Not that it would make a difference, but still. Not one of those people who accused me of being a racist and … Continue reading Not all on the left were silent!
The Boston Globe reports that things are looking grim for Massachusetts: Massachusetts could lose more than $200 million in funding this year — and quite possibly similar amounts each year for the foreseeable future — as the incoming Republican congressional leadership and President Obama take aim at earmarked spending projects. At risk are a host … Continue reading The Globe discovers that Massachusetts has shot itself in the foot…AGAIN
If you looked at Deval Patrick's ads, they were all about Jobs, however did the message have some help: U.S. defense contractor Raytheon announced a series of layoffs Tuesday just days after Gov. Deval Patrick denied asking it to delay terminations until after the state elections. The announcement follows three other rounds of layoffs announced … Continue reading Good thing we elected Deval or otherwise layoffs would come, oh wait
because is anyone out there deserves release is Ang San Suu Kyi: Reports are coming out of Burma saying the military authorities have signed an order authorising the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. The Nobel laureate has been detained for 15 of the past 21 years, and her house arrest term expires … Continue reading Let’s hope this report about Ang San Suu Kyi is true