Daily Archives: September 24, 2011

IBSP

Via C4P, the lamest spin ever: Levi Johnston and Sarah Palin Book Debuts Bomb First week sales were tepid for both “Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin’s Crosshairs” and “The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin.” … Continue reading

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Saturday Night Open Thread

I don’t care what the calendar says, as far as I’m concerned it’s still summer. What are you doing this weekend?

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Take that, Mr. Freeman!

Herman Cain, GOP presidential candidate, hits back at Morgan Freeman for calling Tea Party ‘racist’ Herman Cain is hitting back at Morgan Freeman for calling the Tea Party racist. The Republican presidential candidate called the Oscar-winning actor’s eyebrow-raising remarks “short-sighted” … Continue reading

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Notice: This is a Maher-free zone

Bill Maher: Sarah Palin Would ‘F–k’ Rick Perry If He Was Black Bill Maher is a misogynistic cretin whose lack of shame is made worse by his craving for attention. We’re not going to give him any. Henceforth this blog … Continue reading

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This doesn’t pass the laugh test

Joe Nocera at the New York Times: The Phony Solyndra Scandal If Brian Harrison and W. G. Stover, the two Solyndra executives who took the Fifth Amendment at a Congressional hearing on Friday, ever spend a day in jail, I’ll … Continue reading

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Liberal Electoral Racism

If you thought voting for Obama in 2008 proves you’re not a racist, think again. Melissa Harris-Perry: Black President, Double Standard: Why White Liberals Are Abandoning Obama The 2008 general election was another referendum on old-fashioned electoral racism—this time among … Continue reading

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Make it Hurt

Unlike the traditional Buffet line rule about tasting and putting food back, the Warren Buffet rule would encourage double dipping. Warren (and his poor secretary) certainly knows this, but yet he continues to argue that he’s taxed at an unfairly … Continue reading

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