Sharron Angle And Sean Hannity Have A Big Bowl Of Sour Grapes Over Her 2010 Election Loss To Harry Reid
Sharron Angle went on Sean Hannity's Fox News show last night to promote her new book, ostensibly, but really, it was mostly a long session kvetching about Angle's loss to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid: HANNITY: You lost a tough election.
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert - Orchestre National De France Plays Music Of Prokofiev And Shostakovitch - Live
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert The Orchestre National de France conducted by David Afkham and featuring violinist Sergey Khachatryan in music of Prokofiev and Shostakovitch, live from Paris on December 2, 2010.
The Lessons Of 2010: Dems Need To Forgo The Blue Dog Short-cut. What We Need Are Genuine Common-Sense Liberals
Now that progressives have licked their wounds from the 2010 Elections -- especially the 60 House seats won by Republicans -- it's time to turn our attention to the real task at hand: Getting a large chunk of those seats back. And if there's
It's ironic, isn't it, that all the talking heads on Fox -- Sean Hannity in particular -- were calling Lisa Murkowski a "sore loser" for refusing to accept her defeat in the Alaska primary at the hands of Tea Party militiaman Joe Miller and
We all remember the famous filibuster scene at the climax of Frank Capra's Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, with Jimmy Stewart finally collapsing at the end of a marathon session in which he (as always) Stands Up For What's Right. It's a
Whew! Out friend Sen. Patty Murray has managed to pull out her re-election: Murray's win over Republican Dino Rossi was confirmed Thursday as tallies pushed her lead to about 46,000 votes out of more than 1.8 million counted, or about 51
Well, to read the Wall Street Journal or to watch Fox News, you'd come away from the 2010 Elections with the overwhelming impression that the nation's most powerful kingmakers now were Sarah Palin and the Tea Parties. The problem with that:
Your Librul Media At Work: At Obama's Post-election Presser, The Reporters Act Like They're From Fox
Today's press conference was remarkable for a number of things -- President Obama's meekness among them -- but the most disturbing thing was the way reporters grilled him, as though they were Fox talk-show hosts and he just another football of a
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OK, I'm watching John Boehner's victory speech. He's getting all choked up. So am I. Or something like that, with lots of retching thrown in. Thought I would run this as an antidote. Right now, it's looking pretty damned grim in the House.
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