Tag Archives: Elizabeth Warren

Civilians Who Run Quarter-Page Ads in the New York Times (Wells Fargo Greed Edition II)

The latest in our long-running series about people with all those dollars and no sense As you splendid readers undoubtedly do not remember, last month the hardworking staff noted this full-page ad in the New York Times.     The ad from Texas … Continue reading

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Conservative Magazine Says ‘Bill Belichick for President!’

Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, The Weekly Standard has been a standard-bearing Dump Trump hardliner. But in the magazine’s October 17th issue, contributor Geoffrey Norman proposes an actual alternative. A Real Winner Come November, I’m writing in Bill Belichick Variations on the … Continue reading

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Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times (WellsFargoGreed Edition)

The latest in our long-running series featuring people with all those dollars and no sense Apparently it wasn’t enough that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Woodshed) blowtorched Wells Fargo (in the person of CEO John Stumpf) for its fiscal unfitness last month. Now comes this … Continue reading

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Ads ‘n’ Ends From the GOP Presidential Bakeoff

In the interest of full disclosure, we should state right off that the dustupping staff dipped in and out of last night’s Republican Presidential Pillowfight on the Fox Business network, mostly because it was mostly boring. But that certainly won’t … Continue reading

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Liz Warren Groupies Ad to Their Daft Draft

For months now the Loony Left has been chasing Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Sort of No) to join the presidential scrum the way Vladimir Nabokov chased butterflies to join his collection. Now they’ve ad-ed this (via Politico Playbook) in the Concord Monitor.   … Continue reading

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That’s Just So Mean! (HRC/NYP Edition)

Today’s New York Post was clearly channeling the National Enquirer with this Page One political screamer. (Tip o’ the pixel to the Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages.)     Even more hyperventilating than the front page was the piece itself, which was … Continue reading

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What Can Timothy Geithner Do for Brown?

Not much, to judge from the former Treasury secretary’s new book, Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises. Via Politico’s Playbook: “Dealing with Congress, to put it mildly, did not feel like a careful, deliberative journey in search of the best public … Continue reading

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The Map of Elizabeth Warren’s Presidential Run

Smart front-page piece by Noah Bierman in Tuesday’s Boston Globe about Massachusetts senior (!) senator Elizabeth Warren’s nationwide Good Neighbor Liz tour. Warren bolsters Democratic party’s funding Money-raising aids Shaheen, other candidates WASHINGTON — Elizabeth Warren has played the role … Continue reading

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Markey/Lynch People’s Pledge Gives Special Interests More Clout

Among any number of things former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown regrets about his loss to Elizabeth Warren last fall, quite possibly the biggest is taking the People’s Pledge – an agreement between the two candidates to discourage outside advertising by … Continue reading

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Why The News Media Is Like A Game Of Twister

Apparently there’s no story too marginal, too convoluted, or too small for the news media to pursue these days. Exhibit Umpteen, via The Daily Caller: Iranian filmmaker behind new Mohammed biopic also worked on 2008 film with Warren’s son-in-law An … Continue reading

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