If Rand Paul, a Tea Party Republican, can agree with senators on both sides of the aisle in supporting immigration reform, then it shows that we as a country are coming to a consensus on the need for reform and the way to get there.
What source would ever share any information if he felt that the government had the right to look at the reporter’s notes, read his emails or spy on him?
The immigration debate is already emotionally charged and colored enough by political rhetoric on each side. We don’t need groups like the Heritage Foundation throwing gasoline on the fire. We don’t need studies grounded in racist and wrong philosophies.
There’s no reason to have a Democratic primary. Haven’t you heard? It’s over. Locked up. Hillary Clinton will be the next Democratic candidate for president if she wants it, of course, which is totally up to her. But then again, maybe not. You see, she is so amazing that she could probably could get away with not running at all. Why? Because she’s that amazing.
We’re experiencing Hillarymania, a manic condition that occurs in four-year cycles to members of the mainstream media afflicting them with a bizarre and uncontrollable urge to help get Hillary Clinton elected President of the United States, no matter the facts or obstacles in the way.
Rick Santorum has painted himself as a candidate disadvantaged by the news media, but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth. The only reason Rick Santorum has a fighting chance is because of the news media. Outspent by Mitt Romney, Santorum has lost the money battle but stayed competitive by winning the media battle. The media has been the great equalizer and, in Rick Santorum’s case, his savior.
When it comes to FIU football, The Miami Herald is late to the game—literally. Beware of people who suddenly jump on the bandwagon.
Well, it seems the news has already hit twitter and the Miami Herald’s website. I am happy to confirm that I will be doing color for FIU football games for the 2011-2012 season. I’m extremely excited to be volunteering my time to Florida International. I’m not getting paid to do this–I just wanted to give […]
Some on the right are saying that Jon Stewart’s jokes about Herman Cain are racist. As someone who has been on the receiving end of Jon’s jokes for a long time, I was thin-skinned enough to think that I was a target due to my ethnicity—I was wrong, and so are Jon’s critics on the right. Jon is an “equal opportunity” satirist.