Holy moly. This is a sweet looking car.
Shocked? You really shouldn’t be. If it were a Republican in the White House imagine how many stories there would be.
That was fast–but not unexpected. The media frenzy over the IRS scandal, which dominated the Big Three networks for two weeks, has practically disappeared from the news, according to a new report.
The dominant story in May when ABC, CBS and NBC crawled over each other for new details and provided 96 stories on morning and evening broadcasts has fallen to just one this week on ABC’s Good Morning America, according to the Media Research Center. In some cases, it was replaced by the National Security Agency snooping scandal.
MRC analysts reviewed each of the morning and evening newscasts on the Big Three from May 10 through June 12 and found 127 full stories, interviews or anchor briefs that focused on the IRS scandal. Analysts determined that 76 percent of the IRS stories were aired within the first two weeks, while 24 percent of the stories arrived in the latter period, a huge drop-off, MRC said in a report on the web page.
The first major redesign of Apple’s iOS operating system has people either really liking it or really, really hating it. What are your thoughts?
Alex Wagner, who used to work for the left-wing Center For American Progress and the left-wing Huffington Post, and her motley crew on MSNBC just can’t seem to get over their Bush Derangement Syndrome.
No wonder the ratings for MSNBC are so low…
(Video via Newsbusters)
Got to love a politician that can poke fun at himself.
Via NY Post
Chris Christie acquired some new nicknames Wednesday.
The Love Gov. CC. Christie Kreme, a play off of the popular donut brand … y’know, because of his weight and all.
But during his latest appearance on late-night television, New Jersey’s governor didn’t chomp on pastries. Instead he slow-jammed the news with Jimmy Fallon and company, using song and setup to explain the state’s upcoming special election to fill late Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s seat.
That special election – held three weeks before Election Day – will cost NJ taxpayers $12 million. Opponents argue that the special election was devised to bolster Christie’s own re-election chances.
Massachusetts Senate candidate, at a recent debate, has a Joe ‘Plugs’ Biden moment (who’s made quite a few gaffes in the last three years himself). Mr. Markey declares there’s a difference between math & arithmetic.
The sad thing is the good people of Massachusetts will probably elect this bozo Senator.