It was Leap Day today and I felt like I needed to totally Chill Out in celebration. Sometimes we all need a break from the madness of the 24/7 endless news and all the political hype of the day. Enjoy… John Lee Hooker and Carlos Santana: Chill Out:
Senator Hillary Clinton will appear on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” on Monday, March 3 at 11:00 p.m. (ET/PT). This will mark Hillary Clinton’s second appearance on “The Daily Show,” but her “first since announcing her candidacy for the Democratic nomination.”
Duh… Tell me something I don’t know already: Economy skids to near halt. Fear not though dear readers, the Idiot in Chief says the U.S. is “not headed into a recession.” Right…
$35 million! Todd Beeton notes on MYDD: It’s an “impressive feat for a campaign that’s, let’s see, in disarray and, oh yeah, whose donors had maxed out, etc”… Indeed it’s a “reality check” for “anybody hoping that the Clinton campaign will soon go gently into the night.” Keep It Coming!
“The press will torment Obama, too.” Anyone who thinks this won’t happen to either Obama or Clinton, who ever the nominee is, is dreaming. The Republican Noise Machine will kick in… Eric Boehlert noted on Media Matters today:
I have felt all along that the Obama campaign has been the campaign playing the race card, not the Clinton campaign. Sean Wilentz was on Tucker today talking about his piece on the subject in The New Republic. Watch it: Wilentz says in Race Man, How Barack Obama played the … Continue reading
TIME Magazine has piece from musician/activist Bob Geldorf on his trip to Africa with George W. The first paragraph caught me: I gave the President my book. He raised an eyebrow. “Who wrote this for ya, Geldof?” he said without looking up from the cover. Very dry. “Who will you … Continue reading
If you missed this interview, it is a must view. The questions are clear and concise, and Hillary matches them with her own clarity and wit.
“It is the quality of patriotism to be jealous and watchful, to observe all secret machinations, and to see publick dangers at a distance. The true lover of his country is ready to communicate his fears, and to sound the alarm, whenever he perceives the approach of mischief. But he … Continue reading
The time has come for me to begin my “Diva-fication” for my work week (“Diva” is my work name, kind of like “Diddy” without the annual variations. I was actually given that alias by my early blogosphere friends and I have worn the moniker proudly for more than 5 years). … Continue reading