Matthew Dowd calls wingnut Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and Clippers owner Donald Sterling "out of the mainstream" for their racist remarks.
An update in the persecution of journalist/hacktivist Barrett Brown, a few goodies pertaining to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, and some handy A/V clips to keep us sane in the midst of all the nonsense.
Howard Kurtz apparently thinks there wasn't anyone more qualified than Mitt Romney fan-girl and neocon, right-wing blogger Jennifer Rubin to weigh in on Chris Matthews' dust up on Morning Joe last week with RNC chairman, Reince Priebus, because that's one of the guests he brought on Reliable Sources to discuss it this Sunday.
After Sharron Angle went on ABC News and basically reiterated her "Second Amendment remedies" statements and repeated that if Republicans don't like the election results, they may end up turning to their guns, or armed insurrection, Rachel Maddow asks, just what does a Republican political candidate have to say these days to finally be considered out of the mainstream?
(Kitchens Of Distinction - or KOD for short or even Kitchens OD) [media id=17856] Sometimes timing is everything. Kitchens of Distinction came abo
Robert Gibbs opened up his daily briefing today with a frank confession that the administration had made a decision on Shirley Sherrod's speech withou
(Secret Machines - The Press loves them - the audience is a slow warm) [media id=12735] Something a bit more familiar tonight. Secret Machines hav
[media id=12049] It's now a fact: Whatever else the Tea Party movement may or may not have achieved, it can claim credit for at least one real phenom
(The Vines - nice combination of Psych and Alt from Oz) The Vines have been around since 1994. In 2002 they made the cover of Rolling Stone with th
(The Futureheads - Sunderlands finest - from humble beginnings to Glasto) When Newstalgia first got started, one of the bands I featured on the Rou
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