This blog is mainly about the spectacular train wreck at The Sacramento Bee and its parent company, the McClatchy Company. But I also post about current events, the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, politics, anything else that grabs my attention. Take a look around this blog, hope you enjoy it.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Young conservative journalist Hannah Giles speaks in Santa Barbara
ACORN Goes for Broke (American Spectator)
As its financial resources dwindle, radical advocacy group and organized crime syndicate ACORN may have to file for bankruptcy protection before Christmas, ACORN insiders say.
"They may have to file for bankruptcy if they don't have several big pending grants approved or get emergency loans," a highly placed ACORN source told me over the weekend. This information bolsters Rep. Darrell Issa's (R-Calif.) claim last week that ACORN is in turmoil amidst internal power struggles and on the verge of bankruptcy.
Giles and O'Keefe should win the Pulitzer but the state-run media won't award it to journalists who made them look ridiculous and useless.
Sarah Palin/Hannah Giles for President/Vice President in 2012!
A true dream team!
Somebody who poses as something other than a journalist isn't a journalist. She did an important thing, but it's not journalism.
It's actually much higher than today's journalistic standards. She reported on a corrupt organization that the phony real media wouldn't even investigate.
In a segment of her interview with Oprah Winfrey, which was posted online but did not air on television, Sarah Palin was asked whether her family had voted on her decision to accept John McCain's offer to join him on the Republican ticket in August of 2008.
"This time, there wasn't a family vote," Palin told Winfrey. "Other steps in my political life, I've polled the kids, and I have abided by some of the results of the polls that the kids have partaken in. This time, no."
But in September of 2008, Palin told an entirely different story to Fox News' Sean Hannity.
"What was your family's reaction?" Hannity asked. "Was there time to huddle and have a hockey team meeting?"
"It was a time of asking the girls to vote on it, anyway," Palin told Hannity. "And they voted unanimously, yes. Didn't bother asking my son because, you know, he's going to be off doing his thing anyway, so he wouldn't be so impacted by, at least, the campaign period here."
"So asked the girls what they thought and they're like, absolutely. Let's do this, mom."
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