Archives for: July 2012, 21
It has been another all-star Battle of the super heroes here this week. Ryan, who teaches us lessons in logic at Secular Ethics, has been demonstrating examples of reasoning as he bravely takes on uber-conservative T. Paine. T. Paine more usually can be found at Saving Common Sense. T. Paine visits, not so much to praise Romney, but to bury Obama over outsourcing and economic policy. The deliberative brawl shifts to a Ryan analysis of whether T. Paine's issue of "palling around with radicals" degenerates to guilt by association.
The Heathen Republican argues that an administration official who contemplates the problem of growing income inequality is an advocate of guaranteed equal outcomes. The temptation in making any rhetorical case is to overlook nuance. If accelerating concentration of wealth is troublesome to you, you must be one of them thar socialists. Go along now, pal around with your little radical friends.
Nancy Hanks at The Hankster speculates on whether President Obama has a problem with independents and figures out what happened to third way alternative Americans Elect.
James Wigderson gets the run-around from a hostile public official who tries to charge him for information he has a right to. He refers the matter to a district attorney who drops the ball. The point of all this is that James has to explain to readers what he had meant when he called the DA a gelding. The state of education today.
News Corpse takes a look at the Fox Spanish language site aimed at Latinos. Seems the anti-immigrant slant on the English side of Fox News is strangely absent in the Spanish translation. Now, how did that happen?
Okay. Everyone this side of the ground knows that CNN and FoxNews blew it in covering the SCOTUS decision on health care. Tommy Christopher of Mediaite fame has the hilarious story behind the story of those who got it right. Goes to other stories on a shoestring, complete with near incineration. Today's accurate news brought to you by Crispy Critters.