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Washington Times Gets it Wrong on Taxes – Updated

The Washington Times is ordinarily a fairly conservative publication, so I was a little surprised to see this in a recent article: More than a dozen bills with costs that are not fully offset elsewhere in the budget have passed

Posted in Media bias, Tax policy

MSM At It Again

Honestly, I’ve never been able to tell if Big Media is so out of touch with reality they can’t see the truth, or if the mere thought is so horrible to contemplate they block it out to save their sanity,

Posted in Election 2014, Media bias, Republican Party

Democrats Getting Desperate?

Politico is up today– running in the lede position– with a couple of stories I wonder about; if perhaps they begin to show increasing Democrat desperation. The first describes the President’s new-found appreciation for the White House Press Corps. Mr.

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Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, Media bias

FCC Pondering “Net Neutrality” Take Two

Get ready for another epic battle over regulation of the internet. And The Hill is out with a really bad article about it. First, take a look at this: Under the agency’s old net neutrality rules, Internet providers were regulated

Posted in Domestic Policy, FCC, Media bias, Net neutrality

Issa Subpoenas Top WH Political Aide

Today, Darrell Issa, Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, issued a subpoena to David Simas, the director of the White House Office of Political Strategy and Outreach, to provide testimony regarding a possible violation of the Hatch 

Posted in Domestic Policy, Media bias

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