Brandon Henak


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BusinessWeek, one of the leading business publications on the market, has come out with a piece that blatantly panders to the Obama crowd called "Is Barack Obama Good for Business?". Look at the source breakdown for the article:

2 quotes from Democratic Consultants (including the subtitle)
0 quotes from Republican Consultants


A common practice in the liberal mainstream media is the exaggeration of certain headlines in order to increase the "scandal factor" of a given politically correct story.  This does not happen often at Fox News due to their "fair and balanced" approach.  Unfortunately, it did happen in a recent headline from a non-story about one disgruntled female employee suing GE for discrimination.

The headline reads: "Lawsuit: GE Discriminates Against 1,500 Female Workers"


Time magazine came out swinging last week against Rupert Murdoch for his offer to buy the Wall Street Journal. In an article titled "Murdoch vs. Family-Owned Newspapers", Time painted a picture of Murdoch as a "controversial genius" who used his company for power and profit, swooping in to take over a family business where the owners "have made use of dual-class stock structures that allow them to take Wall Street's money while attempting to resist its pressures".

How noble, they resisted the pressures of money while "Murdoch has treated News Corp. not as a trust but as a vehicle to get richer and more powerful."

Wait, so using dual-class stock options that allow more votes for select family members in an aristocratic fashion is somehow more noble then expanding one's coporation by traditional methods?

Business is business. Time shouldn't paint one method as better than another, the market will decide.


Milwaukee Alderman Micheal McGee, Jr. is definitely a chip off the ol' racist, hateful, block. After his father was recently suspended from WNOV for stating that the death of a conservative talk show host's mother was the "vengeance of God", Michael McGee, Jr. has taken over the show for him.


After stating on the air
that the death of a conservative talk show host's mother in a tragic fire
was "the vengeance of God", you would think that liberal talker Michael
McGee would be apologizing in an attempt to keep his job.

Wrong.


Directly following the tragic death of Katherine Sykes, the mother of the Wisconsin conservative radio talk show host and blogger Charlie Sykes, liberal talk show host Micheal McGee, Sr. has come out with this statement, live on his radio show (via Channel 12):