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FROM ANN ALTHOUSE, an old-fashioned Fisking of the hapless Dana Milbank. “And you’d be a better man, Dana Milbank, if you didn’t pose as if you were saying something nice about Scott Walker and inviting him to a higher level of civil discourse.” The list of things that would make Dana Milbank a better man […]
Liberal journalists from CBS’s Norah O’Donnell to the Washington Post’s Dana Milbank have questioned Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker for not rejecting Rudy Giuliani’s comments about Barack Obama’s patriotism and for his response to a “gotcha” question about the President’s faith. Show More Summary
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank came positively unglued in Tuesday’s newspaper. He tweeted out this attack on Scott Walker: “Can we be sure Scott Walker isn't a eunuch, Klansman, ISIS sleeper cell or IBS sufferer?” Like otherShow More Summary
ANN ALTHOUSE, RESPONDING TO DANA MILBANK: Non-Wisconsinites, I need to explain something about Scott Walker to you that you are missing. “Those of you who think that he’s a neophyte, that he hasn’t yet learned how to step up to answering a question. You don’t get it. You are a neophyte. You haven’t yet learned […]
In his Friday Washington Post column, Dana Milbank accused Scott Walker of "cowardice" which "ought to disqualify him as a serious presidential contender." Walker's alleged "cowardice" was his failure to disown the following remark made...Show More Summary
Dana Milbank shows how the latest GOP contender has already demonstrated that he is not The One. What Rudy Giuliani did this week was stupid. What Scott Walker did ought to disqualify him as a serious presidential contender. As the world...Show More Summary
From The Last Tradition It’s Feb 21, 2015 and Dana Milbank is really afraid Scott Walker is on his way to becoming president in 2016. And Walker hasn’t even declared
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Dana Milbank, Washington Post: The world knew too little of Kayla Mueller, the American aid worker just killed in captivity in Syria.... Lucky for us, and too bad for these barbarians, Kayla can still tell her story, through the letter...Show More Summary
Dana Milbank at The Washington Post writes Bernie Sanders is right to be outraged: It’s just 9 a.m., but the socialist senator, contemplating a presidential run as a Democrat or as a populist independent, is red in the face and his white hair askew. Show More Summary
Dana Milbank and Larry Kudlow offer contrasting takes on curing what ails us economically. There’s widespread agreement about the problem – that inequality is as bad as it has been in America since the crash of ’29. Even Republican leaders are talking about it (their solution, alas, is a tax system with even more breaks [...]Show More Summary
Dana Milbank on "the swagger." Here’s some practical advice to those who didn’t like President Obama’s swagger during his State of the Union address: Get used to it. Economic indicators suggest he’s going to have even more to crow about...Show More Summary
Dana Milbank makes a good point. Obama was a teensy bit overmuch at one point in his State of the Union address to Congress when he ragged on about his two big wins. But he wins. Like, get used to it: His cocky, colloquial cadence was a bit much, but it’s hard to deny Obama [...]
The Washington Post's Dana Milbank complains that Obama's State of the Union address didn't have enough terrorism in it. Why, it only mentioned "terrorism," "terror" or "terrorists" nine times!
Poor Dana Milbank. Here it is just the beginning of 2015, and the Washington Post columnist is already tired of covering the 2016 presidential campaign.
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: There is a certain je ne sais quoi in conservatives' criticism of the Obama administration over last week's terrorist attack in France. A decade ago, Republicans in Congress were renaming French fries freedom fries and French toast freedom toast because of that country's refusal to support the Iraq war.... Show More Summary
Dana Milbank at the Washington Post wrote today: In a speech on the Senate floor Wednesday morning outlining his priorities for the new Congress, the Kentucky Republican suggested that the Republican takeover of Congress — not yet 24 hours old — had already boosted the American economy. I am confident that inimitable New Yorker satirist [...]Show More Summary
(Tom Toles via GoComics.com). Dana Milbank sums up the “Conservative pests [who] swarm John Boehner on Congress’s first day“: … Twenty-five conservatives — more than 10 percent of the Republican caucus — rebelled against their leader on the first day of the new Congress. It was the largest revolt against a House speaker in [Read more...]
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank has a piece today I've seen retweeted a lot, making the following sextuple-jump of logic: 1) Like a lot of slacktivists, Milbank did his patriotic duty in watching The Interview. 2) Effort-free slacktivism is kinda lame. 3) This is George W. Show More Summary