Friday Links and Open Thread

  • Thursday’s numbers: Tucker Carlson-Sean Hannity-Eric Bolling 1-2-3.
  • Out# video: join debate over Comey comments.
  • Swells gather at NYC media party.  Property Man Bob Massi moves to FBN.
  • Audio Q&A: The ‘studiously neutral’ Chris Cillizza.   Q&A: Rachel Maddow.
  • O’Reilly’s sidelines: Books, speeches, philanthropy.  Today’s O’Specularama.

11 thoughts on “Friday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Most forget that the Clinton administration was close to going to war with North Korea over their nuclear program. Then Madeline Albright gave them a sheep, and they pulled the wool over our eyes.

  2. On Wednesday I posted the sub-host schedule in Mr. Bill’s absence — according to Bloomberg — which did not include Eric Bolling.

    When I commented “isn’t it interesting that Eric’s name is not on the list” — for reasons unclear to me another commenter took exception to my comment and rudeky fired back, “Not interesting in the least.”

    Oh well. Some people pick the silliest things to get all huffy about. Good grief.

    • That’s happening more and more. The online sites for newspapers write something bogus and then stealth scrub after it has been tweeted a billion times.

    • I’m for separate nearly everything: friends, interests, rooms (especially bathrooms)…but not at all for separate checking accounts (where the rubber meets the road in emotional investment and I do bring a bit to the table), but I’m not for we’re together, but we divorced.

      You can have your space and then someone, buddy….but you put a ring on it.

      • Bennifer obviously sent me into a mood for me to write the above, but I didn’t mean to say that the man of the house can have his space and “someone”. I have corrected that.

        That sure as hell wouldn’t fly.

  3. Re: Out# video:Banderas and Stirewalt join debate over Comey comments.

    The FBI Director warns us to be aware that what we are reading on social media might be shaped by “troll farms” wishing to push their message (i.e., fake news) on us.

    Yet Ms. Banderas seemed to be really bothered by what I saw as useful advice from Comey…tantamount to a PSA to those gullible enough to believe some of the obvious misinformation like ‘pizzagate’ we see online.

    Anyone understand what got her so riled up? I couldn’t quite understand her point other than perhaps she just doesn’t like Comey — a view I and many others share with her.

  4. Today’s most popular links:
    5 Banderas and Stirewalt
    4 moves to FBN
    3 Swells gather
    2 sidelines
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Today’s O’Specularama.

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