Tag Archives: Rupert Murdoch

Progressive Sweeping XLIII

I suspect I’ll be spending a good part of this week on either indictment watch or indictment analysis so I wanted to catch up on a few items first.

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Who Got Outfoxed?

Like many recent weeks picking the biggest political story of the week just passed is no easy task. Today I’m choosing the settlement in the Fox News case. The title asks the question: Who got outfoxed, (no apology for the bad pun), and I’ll give you my answer in the last paragraph.

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Not For The First Time; What A Week!

It’s Friday afternoon as I commence penning this and as fast as things are developing please excuse me if I miss something big. Again, the week that just passed had so many big political stories that it is impossible to identify a single one as the biggest. With that in mind I want to comment on several. Let’s explore. Continue reading Not For The First Time; What A Week!

Three Glimmers Of Hope

To a great degree the press gave us President Donald Trump with its coverage of the 2016 campaign. Since the election it has become the necessary sunlight to disinfect the disease that is his administration. While not isolated to them, three recent incidents have shown that the press is doing so and in the process have drawn a new line in the sand. Let’s explore. Continue reading Three Glimmers Of Hope

Drumpf The Dummkopf

I am a typical American and unlike most Europeans am only literate in one language: English. (While far from literate in it I do have a small verbal vocabulary in Polish.) However I have picked up a few words in many languages along the journey. One of the few German words is dummkopf which basically translates to dumbass. Especially considering President Trump’s conduct in Europe this week it is an appropriate adjective to use when describing him. Let’s explore. Continue reading Drumpf The Dummkopf