Thursday, September 30, 2004

Check out our sister site, Party of the Rich


article2706_1_-214x242
Originally uploaded by punditreview.

Party of the Rich

They're no longer called "limousine liberals" they're now called "private jet" liberals. Don't let the left fool you. They may drive around in hybrid cars, but they're all flying around in private jets.

Democrats assert that they are the party of the little guy. The truth however, is that they are the party of the rich no matter how much they'd like you to believe otherwise.This site is devoted to exposing Democrats for the hypocrites they are and showing the world how the party of the RICH is the Democrat party.

Make sure to check out the photos! Enjoy.

Upcoming guests on Pundit Review Radio

First, we want to thank the blogsphere for their support linking to and promoting the show. We also want to thank our incredible line-up of guests for joining us and helping spread the word about the different ways the blogsphere is challenging big media.

Pundit Review Radio is on live every Saturday at noon EST and is streamed live at www.wbix.com. The call in number is 877-711-1060. The show is archived right here on this site.

Saturday, October 2
  • Dean Esmay from Dean's World will be to tell us about the latest important project from the blogger driven chartity, OperationGive.
  • Scott Johnson of PowerlineBlog will be on to talk about the fallout from the Dan Rather controversy, what it was like to be caught up in a media firestorm, the debate, election and the impact blogs are having on politics and the media.

Saturday, October 9

  • Don Luskin from SmartMoney, National Review and the excellent blog PoorandStupid will be on to talk about the election, the economy, the Krugman Truth Squad and the impact bloggers are having on big media.
  • Hugh Hewitt, best selling author, nationally syndicated talk show host and blogger extrodinairre will be on to talk about his new book, If It's Not Close They Can't Cheat, the election and the army of ankle biters tat are driving the big media batty.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Here it is, folks, the premier edition of Pundit Review Radio, where the old media meets the new. Our guest was Matt Margolis, founder of BlogsforBush.com. We hope you enjoy the show.

Kerry Turning Orange In Blatent Move To Sway Florida Voters?


kerry1092704
Originally uploaded by punditreview.
Is this orange skin a ploy to impress voters in Florida?

Did he get free tanning after his 10th botox treatment?

Did he fall asleep on his tanning bed?

Yea, this just reinforces the fact that Kerry is just a regular guy. All working stiffs use spray on tan, go windsurfing and use expressions such as "would it were".

Can't wait to see him standing next to W. Bush should put on shades as he gets close.

Hitchens on the sad state of the Democrat Party

There is nothing better than Chris Hitchens when he's really angry. He sums up my feelings pretty accurately. The modern day Democrat Party, led by Terry McAuliffe, has come off its hinges, disgraced itself and forfitted any legitamate right to govern during such a serious time as we live in now.

I hate to sound like Bob Dole, but, where is the outrage? Being a regular blue collar Democrat today is like being a moderate Muslim. They must be asking themselves, what has happened, how did we go so wrong and how can we get our party back. The Democrat leadership is a complete disgrace and have hijacked the party much the same way Islamo fascists have hijacked Islam. When are the average Democrats going to take a stand and wrestle the party away from the Clintons and their cronies? How many elections will it take? Every indication is that the country is increasingly turning more conservative. If the Democrats stay on their present course, they may be making a fatal mistake.

Flirting With Disaster
The vile spectacle of Democrats rooting for bad news in Iraq and Afghanistan.
By Christopher Hitchens
How can the Democrats possibly have gotten themselves into a position where
they even suspect that a victory for the Zarqawi or Bin Laden forces would
in some way be welcome to them? Or that the capture or killing of Bin Laden
would not be something to celebrate with a whole heart?

Sunday, September 26, 2004

Tim Russert: Carrying Kerry's water

Meet the Press had Gen. John Abizaid, U.S. Central Command on this morning. It was a startling interview for several reasons, first: Abizaid is extremely impressive and a great spokesman for our mission in Iraq. Why don't we hear more from him? Second: Tim Russert asked only negative questions, did not have a single good word to say about the mission or what we have accomplished. John Kerry himself could not have asked a string of more negative, loaded questions. Fortunately, Abizaid wasn't going to let his BS go unanswered.

Here are some, er, lowlights...

MR. RUSSERT: Why haven't you and the Iraqis been able to secure the
borders? Why are they so porous?

GEN. ABIZAID: Well, I think we could ask the same question about the
United States border with Mexico. It's a very difficult thing to do to
secure and make a border absolutely safe and hermetically sealed that's over
2,200 kilometers long.

MR. RUSSERT: You said on Wednesday, General, "I think we will need more troops than we currently have to secure the elections process in Iraq that will probably take place in the end of January." Where will those troops come from?

GEN. ABIZAID: Well, Tim, if people would look at the entire quote, they'd see that I said in the next sentence that those troops would come from Iraq. And when I say from Iraq, I mean Iraqis. We're building up an additional 25,000 Iraqis in the armed forces, and we look to them to be able to help secure the election process in conjunction with American forces.

MR. RUSSERT: I want to ask you about a report that received a lot of attention here in the United States, and that was "A classified National Intelligence Estimate prepared for" the president back "in late July" which "spells out a dark assessment of prospects for Iraq...." according to The New York Times. "The estimate outlines three possibilities for Iraq through the end of 2005, with the worst case being developments that could lead to civil war." The best case was tenuous stability. Is that an accurate estimate of the situation in Iraq?

GEN. ABIZAID: No. I don't think it's an accurate estimate. I have read the estimate. I think it's overly pessimistic.



Matt Margolis of Blogs for Bush in studio


wbix
Originally uploaded by punditreview.
The first show of Pundit Review Radio is in the books. We want to thank Matt Margolis of Blogs for Bush for joining us in the studio. We had a good discussion on his great site, bloggin, the RNC and the election. We will have the show available on the site in a day or so. We will also share the audio file with anyone who wants it.

Next week we have a great show lined up for you. Scott Johnson of PowerlineBlog will be with us to talk about the fallout from the Dan Rather story which he helped to bring to light, the presidential debate and the election in general.

Dean from Dean's World will be on to talk to us about a special project he is working on with Chief Wiggles. They are raising money to bring a sick Iraqi girl to the US for a life saving operation. As many of you know, Chief Wiggles has done incredible work raising funds for our troops and toys forn the Iraqi children. Because this girls family asked the Americans for help, they are now targets for assination. Dean is now trying to raise enough $$ to bring the entire family to the states. This is an entirely blog-driven enterprise and represents truly the best that blogging has to offer.

This is what we will try to bring you each week on PunditReview Radio.

Friday, September 10, 2004

Coming Soon: PunditReview Radio

Beginning Saturday September 25, we will be broadcasting a one hour show on Boston's business news station WBIX AM 1060. The show will air from noon-1pm and will be available in streaming audio over the stations web site and then it will be archived on this site.

The goal of the show is to follow political news and current events through the eyes of bloggers. We hope to interview our favorites each week and get their fresh perspective on the news of the moment.

We already have interviews scheduled with Don Luskin of PoorandStupid and Scott Johnson of Powerline. Matt Margolis of Blogs for Bush will be our first guest.

We ask for your help in spreading the word around the blogsphere letting people know about this new forum to showcase the informative, compelling and important work of bloggers.

No event represents the growing influence of bloggers better than the CBS/60 Minutes fake documents controversy that has exploded in the past 24 hours. Free Republic and Powerline broke this story wide open and then it spread like wildfire across the blogshpere yesterday thanks to Instapundit and others. Incredibly, a major national news story went from an internet posting to the evening news to Nightline all in a single day.

Dan Rather denied the charges tonight on his newscast and let's just say that it was underwhelming. On the specific charges of the alleged document forgery, he did not directly address it. The "expert" that Rather cited is in fact a handwriting expert. His experience is irrelevant to the controversy and raises more questions than it answers.

Here are a couple of great round-up articles on what has transpired and what it means

Belmont Club: The Shot Heard Round The World
Weekly Standard: The Hoaxing of CBS: Why were they so easily duped?