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Inside the Bubble: A Review

Inside the Bubble started out with a major strike against it. A few days prior to its release there were media claims that the movie “could end up being the silver bullet that kills Kerry’s presidential chances for 2008.” When discussing the movie, director Steven Rosenbaum didn’t portray the movie as being this damaging to […]

Bill Keller Has Regrets over Judy as the Blogosphere and MSM Wait…

It seems Bill Keller the executive editor of the NY Times has some regrets when it comes to Judy Miller and he “missed what should have been significant alarm bells” – or red flags when it came to Judy’s “entanglement” with Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff, I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby.” “In a dramatic […]

Oops — Karen Hughes Blunders

AP News catches Karen Hughes in a blunder: Karen Hughes, who has faced a rocky road since being named Washington’s public relations chief, answered tough questions Friday about the invasion of Iraq and wrongly stated that Saddam Hussein gassed to death “hundreds of thousands” of his people. Although the U.S. undersecretary for public diplomacy twice […]

Governator Refuses to Meet with Bush

The Governator refused to meet with Bush on his two day fundraising swing through Southern CA and he expressed his displeasure with Bush filling up the RNC’s coffers while he’s still trying to raise money for his special election. The Republican governor said he was too busy before the Nov. 8 vote to meet with […]

Kerry, Landrieu Press Republican Leadership to Help Hurricane-Ravaged Small Businesses

WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 /U.S. Newswire/ — Despite estimates of than 400,000 jobs lost and 250,000 small businesses hurt by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the Republican leadership in Congress has stalled a package of emergency economic aid and federal assistance for small businesses and others reeling in the Gulf Coast since Sept. 30. Late yesterday, Sens. […]