Tag Archives: Bret Baier

Will the real Faux News please stand up

It’s been interesting following this Brian Williams scandal. The problem NBC executives had in dealing with him, as I read from NBC sources, was that the audience really likes him, and most of the responses they got from their audience … Continue reading

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Boehner continues to obstruct Benghazi investigation, and others condone his pretense

I was not a little stunned tonight when the Fox News Special Report All Star Panel talked about the Benghazi investigation by House Republicans. Bret Baier, first read a statement from John Boehner, with all of the Speaker’s characteristic bluster, … Continue reading

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Rick Santorum’s likability

If you’ve read much of this blog, you know that, among the present field of Republican presidential candidates, Rick Santorum is my man. I predicted some time ago that if the race could ever be framed as a two-person race … Continue reading

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Is presidential narcissism now official administration policy?

A number of commentators have noticed that President Obama’s announcement of the killing of Osama Bin Laden was focused on himself and his decisions, and was lacking in giving credit to the Navy Seals who actually risked their lives in … Continue reading

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