Thursday Links and Open Thread

  • Wednesday’s numbers: Bill O’Reilly-Megyn Kelly-Tucker Carlson 1-2-3.
  • Ariens: Kelly File EP Tom Lowell promoted to FNC VP/Managing Editor.
  • Dr Monica Crowley leaves FNC to be Deputy National Security Advisor.
  • Out# video: Panel debates over Russia allegations.
  • Hemingway: Five ways oblivious national media can regain public’s trust.
  • Kelly File video: outraged at CIA refusal to brief Congress.
  • Zurawik: Trump coverage shows how out of touch the national media are.
  • Terris: Has Trump made Joe and Mika as important as they think they are?
  • Today’s specularama centers on Kim Guilfoyle. Sean Hannity moonlighting.
  • Denning: How Megyn Kelly rose to the top.  Bret Baier’s greatest challenge.
  • Courts give green light to sue CNN.  Klotz to Fox.  Ronan resurfaces, sort of.

30 thoughts on “Thursday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Peter King should try to get one of the sixteen other security agencies to brief Congress, starting with… um… it’s on the tip of my tongue… wait, wait, don’t tell me.

  2. .
    On CBS THIS MORNING first hour, not a mention of Peter King’s furious complaint save a snippet in YOUR WORLD IN 90 SECONDS. Plenty of outrage though about all things Russia, Putin, demands Obama take action, need for a 9-11 type independent investigatory commission, blah blah. Were we better off knowing the hacked email contents? Do not expect anyone to pose that question.

    • Agreed. I grew up in Milwaukee and have been to West Allis many times. It’s a Milwaukee suburb and sort of blends in. West Allis is mostly industrial – Harnischfeger, Allis-Chalmers (Now P&H) and others. Plus West Allis has the Wisconsin State Fair grounds, which occupies a lot of the city. A great town with great people.

  3. Highlight from AP report of effort to get ELECTORS to vote contrary to their state results:

    ‘But if the effort fails, it won’t be from lack of trying. Most of the pleas to reject Trump are coordinated, automated, professionally generated and, for those reasons, none too persuasive. “We got a stack of letters from idiots,” said Republican elector Edward Robson, 86, a Phoenix, Arizona, homebuilder.’

  4. i have not seen this much detail on television ever, not once. self employed 15%. don’t say if you lose your personal exemption and pay from dollar 1 like a business. i retired when cap gains went down to 15%. it made all sorts of here to for holdings worth selling that were not worth selling before. 15% as a top tax rate, only a fool would not be self employed.
    that is lower than many if not most combined state taxes. income/sales/prop

  5. Today’s most popular links:
    5 Megyn Kelly
    4 leaves FNC
    3 out of touch
    2 greatest challenge
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Today’s specularama centers on Kim Guilfoyle.
    (Sorry today’s list is late…got sidetracked.)

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