Tag Archives: Daily Caller

Let The $4 Billion Rumpus Begin! (Full Metal Racket Edition)

This morning, The Daily Caller published what was essentially an NRA press release under the headline, “Gunny wants you to register to vote!” Opening paragraphs: Too many Americans, for one reason or another, have chosen to sit on the sidelines by … Continue reading

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Brian Lamb Gets C-Spun

C-Span’s Brian Lamb is the Joe Friday of TV interviewers – straight as Gibraltar, traditional as figgy pudding. So you could understand his befuddlement during an hourlong interview with Daily Caller diva Michelle Fields on last night’s Q&A. (See it … Continue reading

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Tea Party Poopers To Shun Scott Brown

Sen. Scott Brown (R-Tea Bagged) got plenty of help from Tea Party groups in his successful 2010 campaign, but maybe not so much this time around. According to the Daily Caller, the tea has cooled: Scott Brown was the tea party … Continue reading

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Let The $4 Billion Rumpus Begin! (Ron ‘The One’ Paul Edition)

Ron Paul (R-No New Nuthin’) has just released his second TV spot, another minute-long mock movie trailer, this time taking on the slick, telegenic, smooth-talking, non-Paulish politicians leading our great nation to perdition. (First spot here.) Via the Daily Caller: … Continue reading

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Let The $4 Billion Rumpus Begin! (Rick Perry Edition)

There’s so much money pouring into the 2012 presidential campaign, ads are now running for candidates who haven’t even entered the race. Exhibit $: Super PAC Jobs for Iowa has launched a two-week flight of TV spots promoting the presidential … Continue reading

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Let The $4 Billion Rumpus Begin! (Gang Of Three Edition)

A trifecta tonight in the adstravaganza that is Campaign 2012. Exhibit A: TPay Ups the Ante in Iowa Tim Pawlenty (R-Can You Hear Me Now?) is the human Law of Diminishing Returns: the more resources he sinks into Iowa, the … Continue reading

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GOP: Grand Oy! Party

The bigger the Republican presidential pool gets, the smaller it looks. Here are the latest entries from the Great Mentioner: 1) Via Politico Playbook: –TEXAS GOV. RICK PERRY: @gretawire: i think Gov Perry will run….he did not say that but … Continue reading

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Why NPR Should Stand For ‘No Precipitous Response’

Did NPR drop the hammer too quickly on vanquished CEO Vivian Schiller, who was scuttled in the immediate wake of the National Punked Radio sting by the pimplicious James O’Keefe? Good question, now that strange bedfellows Glenn Beck and NPR … Continue reading

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Campaign Outsider Super Bowl Ad Preview©

As if you needed more Super Bowl pre-press, here’s Campaign Outsider’s clip ‘n’ save guide to Sunday’s adstravaganza: Celebrity Sweepstakes The glitterati bakeoff features Faith Hill in a Teleflora spot, Kim Kardashian shilling for Skechers, and a Best Buy ad … Continue reading

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Piers Morgan And Keith Olbermann Have A Tweet Tooth

Some high-profile Twitterholics out there right now. Start with Gawker’s piece (via mediabistro) about CNN’s Larry King Livelier, Piers Morgan. CNN’s Piers Morgan Will Fight Almost Anyone on Twitter Are you bored? Try tweeting something mean at Piers Morgan, the British … Continue reading

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