Monday Links and Open Thread

  • Friday’s numbers: Bret Baier-The Five-O’Bolling 1-2-3.
  • Roush: Fox Business makes big gains, fastest growing cable net.
  • Outnumbered video: tomorrow’s GOP debate.
  • Concha: Debate narratives include money, message, momentum.
  • James: Sean Hannity, GOP cheerleader and ‘a relic at Fox News‘?
  • Video: Does media coverage
  • Brian Williams named to distinguished list.  Anna’s first hover.
  • (MS)NBC and PolitiFact partner up.  Lisa Ling: Maybe it’s Satan.
  • Davies: CNN is watching you.  It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s CNN!
  • Miller: CNN breaks its own rules to include Paul in prime time debate.
  • CNN debate moderators profiled: Wolf BlitzerDana BashHugh Hewitt.

12 thoughts on “Monday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Today’s most popular links:
    5 breaks its own rules
    4 makes big gains
    3 Brian Williams
    2 first hover
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Sean Hannity: GOP cheerleader and ‘a relic at Fox News’?

  2. Sorry, Mr, Bill, but I take exception to your fear-based talking points.

    It may be a hot topic in the NYC-DC beltway. But come join me for dinner out here in San Diego. I’ll take you to the swanky Hotel del Coronado where you can feast on great food and smiles and laughter everywhere you turn — especially in the pub.

    Out here people are more upset about the Chargers moving to LA and runaway housing costs — especially monthly rental rates — than they are about being attacked by a terrorist where we’re told the odds are less than being attacked by a shark. (Although to be fair, a recent shark sighting back in September, that closed La Jolla Shores beach, did raise some questions by the local media.)

    Be happy Bill. Life’s too short. Let’s go snorkeling!

    • When you talk to people privately, they are mad, really mad. It isn’t fear, it is a sense of betrayal by those in charge. It goes across all races, ages and genders. Obama has certainly untited the country…against him.

      • 2 be honest i hear assessments all over the board but i have people from every stripe on my mail list. i do not think there is a consensus in the USA on anything.

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