On The Trail Clinton Tells Tales of Real Life Struggles in America

The WaPo has an interesting piece about Hillary Clinton’s speeches on the campaign trail that portrays Clinton the listener. Early on in the campaign Clinton defined herself as a candidate who listens to the voters and she’s made a point of letting voters know in her speeches and her ads … Continue reading

TV Alert: Hillary on The Tonight Show (Video)

Head’s up Clinton supporters — Hillary Clinton will be on The Tonight Show tonight. Fox News has a wrap-up on what to expect on the show: In an intro at the top of the show, she did a sketch skewering her 3am phone call ad, fielding a call from Leno … Continue reading

Edwards Would Say No to VP Nod

After a keynote speech at CTIA, the annual wireless industry showcase, John Edwards was asked in a Q&A session if “he would accept the nomination for vice president.” Edwards made it clear he would not: “No,” said Edwards. He also “declined to say whether he would endorse Clinton or Obama.” Although … Continue reading

Randi Rhodes Suspended for Clinton Comments

Randi Rhodes has been suspended from Air America for “making inappropriate statements about prominent figures, including Senator Hillary Clinton” at a recent public event, that were caught on a YouTube video (WARNING: Strong language): I’ve never been much of a talk radio fan, but I used to enjoy listening to Randi’s … Continue reading

The First Amendment: A Tale of Abandonment

The First Amendment in the United States Bill of Rights ensures the following: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to … Continue reading

Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

Crazy, crazy days, these have been. Reading the headlines crossed over from April Fool’s Day and finding that the stories that seemed like jokes were not laughable, at all. Little kids plotting to kill their teacher. Bernanke speaking in hushed voice about the current impending great depression recession. A Democrat … Continue reading