Monday, September 24, 2007

Around the Blogosphere Today

So many interesting articles, so little time...

"What Did Punch Know, and When Did He Know It?" asks Thomas Lifson of American Thinker (subject link), in response to the New York Times's belated admission that they gave preferential treatment and pricing for its "General Betray-Us" ad. More on this from Rick Moran: "...all the lies told by spokesmen for the New York Times have all been shown to be an effort to hide the truth from the American people."

Scientists Speak Out Against AP's Climate Change Fear-Mongering: This ties in well with my post earlier today about California Attorney General Jerry Brown buying into global warming hysteria to such an extent that he ranks it as California's greatest problem.

HillaryCare, a Precursor: Power Line's analysis of the SCHIP child health insurance bill is must reading, as is the New York Post editorial Sink This Schip.

Hillary and Health Care Prove a Toxic Mix Again: Kevin Hassett on how Hillary-style ideas led to problems in New Jersey and Kentucky. (Hat tip: Betsy's Page.)

Clinton Campaign Kills Negative Story: Those toxic Clintons again. Ed Morrissey on the significance of the Clintons bargaining with GQ to have a story spiked. Ed and Mickey Kaus are both offering to print the cancelled story.

McCain: Columbia Allows Iranian But Not ROTC?: Senator McCain makes a great point, as told by Frank James at the Baltimore Sun: "McCain appears to be the first presidential candidate to point out the irony of the university allowing the controversial Iranian leader on its grounds but preventing ROTC from returning to campus." One of McCain's children is a recent Columbia graduate.

Telemundo Reassigns Mayor's Girlfriend: Mirthala Salinas's suspension -- for reporting on L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, and particularly his divorce, while concealing her role as his mistress -- is over soon, and she is being reassigned from substitute anchor in Los Angeles to reporter in the Inland Empire. No word yet whether she'll accept the demotion or resign.


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