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Jaws of Life Saves the Day at Obama Presser

(August 8, 2005. This column below posted on Hit the Woodline satire blog.)

By Paul Avallone

Washington, D.C. –  The drama was as heavy as a poop-laden Pampers yesterday afternoon in the White House during President Obama’s press conference when D.C. 603 more words

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Major Garrett Attacked for Acting like a real journalist

As I have documented in my book, “The Antichrist of Our Time” most of today’s American journalists have either been to the Midwest Academy or have been indoctrinated by professors who received their marching orders from there. 147 more words

Sharyl Attkisson Tells Chris Stigall: White House Will Strategically Punish Major Garrett For Tough Questions

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson defended a question posed to President Obama by CBS News White House Correspondent Major Garrett about Americans still being held captive in Iran following the agreement reached this week regarding Iran’s nuclear program. 382 more words

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Obama is CONTENT

Sorry for errors. I’m in a huge hurry but I need to rant.

Unbelievable People. The same people that prop this president up as some sort of hero are people that are hateful delusional liberal bullies- plain and simple. 391 more words

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Caught My Eye...

Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present. – Bil Keane

Welcome to Friday and the big show that is called “Caught My Eye.” 1,206 more words

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Tension on display between public officials and the press

Hillary Clinton is not the only public figure trying to put journalists in their place.

Earlier this month, the former Secretary of State angered reporters when staffers from her presidential campaign kept the media at bay – with a rope – while she marched in a Fourth of July parade in Gorham, New Hampshire. 374 more words

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CBS’ Major Garrett admits he meant Iran question to be ‘provocative’

As CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett acknowledged in a subsequent interview, he became part of the story during a presidential press conference on purpose. After asking why the controversial Iranian nuclear deal did not include any provisions for four Americans captured and held captive by the brutal regime, Obama bristled and called the question “nonsense.” 118 more words

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