Category Archives: internet
Local merchants, big companies, Democrats, and Republicans are overcoming their differences to come together in support of the Marketplace Fairness Act.
Brick and mortars complain about being shopped and having to charge sales tax but they don’t mention shipping costs on internet sales. Besides, what’s that got to do with it? I heard somewhere life isn’t fair.
It doesn’t seem fair that Ohio considers me a chattel with a claim on my actions when I make a purchase in another state.
How do you draw an editorial cartoon about murdering babies after botched abortions? Especially when readers won’t know what you’re talking about because the national media are ignoring the story?
That’s the case with the Gosnell murder trial in Philadelphia. I’ve been following it for a while on Fox News and a few blogs like Breitbart but nobody else (except the Philadelphia Inquirer and other local outlets) seemed to be covering it. That is until Kirsten Powers blew the lid off in a USA Today article about the curious incuriosity of the mainstream media.
With the cat out of the bag, others, including Conor Friedersdorf in The Atlantic and Megan Mcardle in The Daily Beast, began to question the media lack of interest. By that time it was Friday, the traditional bad news dump day.
Jimmy Carter’s former pollster, Pat Caddell, thinks Obama is the most Nixon-like president in 40 years. Wonder what Woodward thinks? Considering the way some of his colleagues have turned on him, Mark Steyn thinks Woodward is ”about one news cycle away from being revealed as on the take from the Koch brothers and the real father of Trig Palin.”
None of that for Kathleen Parker – “This is no tempest in a teapot but rather the leak in the dike. Drip by drip, the Obama administration has demonstrated its intolerance for dissent and its contempt for any who stray from the White House script.”
Click the Trojan Horse to find out how Arab oil sheiks bought instant access to the American mainstream – thanks to Al Gore. Andrew Wilson has the story in American Spectator.