Tweet Scandals, scandals, and more scandals. My list so far includes: 1. Benghazi: politics before, politics and apathy during, and politics and a wall of lies and cover-ups afterwards. 2. Fast & Furious: a completely bungled effort to track cartels in Mexico or a deliberate attempt to gin up gun crime as a way to [...]
Tag Archive 'Valerie Jarrett'
Tweet Legal Insurrection argues compellingly that, even though Journolist was exposed and, presumably, disbanded, the MSM is stilling using the same playbook. Well, maybe not quite. Very peculiarly (and practically minutes before the DNC in political time), the New York Times is running an article about Valerie Jarrett, identifying her as the most powerful person [...]
Tweet If you read only one thing today, read Edward Klein’s answer to the question “Who is Valerie Jarrett?“ (Edward Klein is the highly respected political writer and author of The Amateur.) Klein’s article can be broken down into two parts: Part One concerns Jarrett’s unfailingly bad political instincts; Part Two concerns the Svengali-like hold [...]
Tweet May I quote myself, writing about the beautiful and moving Battle of Midway Commemoration in San Francisco last year? The event was a formal one, which is much more beautiful than a civilian black tie affair. The women, of course, presented a familiar and pleasing picture. They had on lovely dresses ranging from safe [...]
Tweet Michelle Malkin has a great take-down of a NYT week end magazine article about Valerie Jarrett, pointing out all of the things the Times conveniently omitted from the its glowing review of this important behind-the-scenes player in the Obama White House. I actually saw the same story on-line last week and blogged about it [...]