DOJ Targeted Conservative Fox News Staffers

First the IRS targeted conservatives and then the EPA is accused of doing the same thing.  Now we learn that the Department of Justice (under AG Eric Holder should be named the Department of Injustice) not only went after the phone records of AP reporters, but they have also targeted three members of Fox News and did so without their knowledge. James Rosen, Fox News’ chief Washington correspondent is known for his adamant First Amendment stand.  It seems that in 2009, Rosen reported on what Read more […]

The Media Got Used by Obama and They Can’t Admit it

First the AP was violated by the Justice Department infringing on their first amendment rights. Today, according to Fox News, it is learned that Fox reporter, James Rosen, has been accused by the FBI of being “at the very least, either as an aider, abettor, and/or co-conspirator.” That’s marginally better than the Justice Department’s more blunt contention. They are calling Mr. Rosen “a criminal co-conspirator.” The investigation is said to be related to leaks of classified information Read more […]

Benghazi, IRS, DOJ: Squirm, Barry, Squirm

In light of White House Press Secretary Jay Carney’s indications that President Obama is completely aloof about everything that goes on in his government (“He doesn’t know anything about Benghazi,” “He knew nothing about collecting the phone records of AP journalists,” “He knew nothing about the IRS intimidating conservative and Catholic groups”), I feel it’s time to ask Obama voters, Where’s your god now? Either Obama is a man whose competence and benevolence rival only that Read more […]

“Illegal Immigrants” Get a Description Makeover

On a day when White House Senior Advisor Mike Allen complains that The Drudge Report has traction with pundits in the news game, Drudge reports that the Associated Press will no longer use the phrase “illegal immigrant.” Having jettisoned the phrase “illegal alien” light years ago, the AP has now declared that “illegal immigrant” is no longer to be included in their “Stylebook of Phrases.” They will instead offer less “judgmental” phrases. They haven’t yet come up with an Read more […]