Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Obama Elegantly Addresses the 'Race' Question at his Primetime News Conference

There were many interesting sections of tonight's new conference, but one moment that stood out was when a reporter from ABC Radio asked Obama how race has affected his first two months in office.

Phil Donahue on Obama and the Pope

Phil Donahue defends Obama as Notre Dame speaker and calls out the Pope for his anti-condom crusade.

CNBC Anchors Like Obama Now

The Obama administration unveils their new bank bailout plan, the stock market surges, and now Erin Burnett and Jim Cramer feel pretty good about what the president's doing. "The president has become pro-shareholder."

Letterman: Teleprompter vs. No Teleprompter

Letterman demonstrates why people should not be upset over Obama's use of a teleprompter. We can only hope that this becomes a regular segment.

Fox News on Barney Frank's 'Homophobe' Accusation

Fox News doesn't think it's fair for Barney Frank to call Antonin Scalia a "homophobe." Does this really boil down to "name-calling" or could there be something more serious going on here?

Barney Frank Tells Protesters to 'Grow Up'

Barney Frank interrupted both Geithner and Bernanke today to tell "Code Pink" protesters to "act their age."

"I understand that there are some people for whom rational discussion is not an appropriate means of expressing themselves. You are entitled to do that in general, but not in a way that interrupts those of us who are trying to have rational discussions," he said. "The next one who holds a sign will be ejected."

Frank To Bailout Protesters: "Act Your Age" [HuffPo]

New Conan Promos on NBC.com

I'm really just posting this because it has Tina Fey in it. "If your Conan last more than 3 hours, call a doctor."

Meghan McCain on Larry King

Meghan McCain thinks Obama is on the verge of overexposure? He's the President. Meghan McCain has done The Early Show, Rachel Maddow, The View, and now Larry King and she's just the daughter of the guy who lost.

Barney Frank Calls Justice Scalia a 'Homophobe'

Congressmen Frank is not ready for the gay marriage debate to go to the Supreme Court because "that homophobe Antonin Scalia's got too many votes on this court."