The viral image of outrage of the moment:
Is the image accurate?
Ten seconds — literally ten seconds — on a search engine yields headlines to directly to the contrary:
President Obama: Violence Against Police Is Completely Unacceptable, September 1 2015
“I also promised that I would continue to highlight the uncommon bravery that […]
No Labels, a 501c4 corporation with undisclosed donors and plans to influence national politics and contribute to candidates through a PAC, is officially launching itself with a news conference on December 13th. The news conference will be broadcast live via Livestream, and to No Labels’ credit it is soliciting questions for the news conference online.
Or, Republican Whip: Someone Shot at Me Too, but I Don’t Talk About That Or, Eric Cantor: How Dare Democrats use Fear of Attacks as a Political Tactic? Stealers! Or, Republican Leadership Outraged at Sleazy Democratic Tactic of Receiving Death Threats
Sometimes it’s just so hard to choose a headline.
How would you sum up […]
At 8:00 PM, you can watch could have watched the Barack Obama news conference right here, live, thanks to Hulu.
I’ll be liveblogging the news conference by updates to this post. Feel free to join me in reflection through the comments.
What I’m looking for:
discussion of U.S. torture policy and the role of […]
At a news conference yesterday, Barack Obama defended his decision to bring White Supremacist David Duke to invoke his presidency at the Inauguration. David Duke opposed the election of this Black man as president because “Obama is not a person who would defend the rights and heritage of the European-American people.” Regardless, Barack Obama reasserted […]
On the campaign trail, Joseph Biden regularly travels apart and campaigns on his own separately from Barack Obama. He can handle it.
Sarah Palin doesn’t campaign on her own, apart from John McCain. She can’t handle it.
Since he was announced as the Vice Presidential running mate of Barack Obama, Joe Biden has been taking […]
The following is my transcription of remarks made by Barack Obama at a news conference in the late afternoon of Wednesday, June 25, 2008, regarding the content of H.R. 6304, his decision to support that bill (also known as the FISA Amendments Act), and his acknowledged pledge to support the filibuster of such a bill […]