Sep 292016
 
  • Video: Neil Cavuto for abandoning ‘fair and balanced’.
  • Wednesday numbers: O’Reilly-Obama Town Hall-Megyn Kelly 1-2-3.
  • Q3 program ranker: Fox News holds top ten slots; Megyn tops demo.
  • Bret Baier makes book.  CNN makes books.  Coop gets another tryout.
  • Wemple: Lewandowski no longer on Trump payroll, given a lump sum.
  • Davis: CNN report on NC shooting riddled with errors, omits key facts.
  • Factor video: has issues with FBI email investigation.
  • Cecelia

    Concha was very strong on Hannity tonight.

    I only caught a bit of the segment because my daughter called.

    • Larry Kelly

      Wished I would have watched… for the first time in years.

      • Mitch Alan

        I am sure it is on the Fox News website somewhere. The Hill has a lot more credibility than Mediaite, which is a food fight website.

  • Cecelia

    Turley’s blog is a must-read.

    • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

      Turley doesn’t understand. The fix was in from the beginning. The Clintons and their toadies are never held to account for anything.

      • homemaker

        Turley is a believer in the law. I believe he thinks the law was politically applied in this instance. As I think much of the country does, too. The FBI didn’t give the immunity-the DOJ did and that’s where the fix was in. Loretta and her gang needed to make sure no charges would be filed because this would affect Obama & his legacy.

        • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

          And the stench of this corrucption threatens to strangle the country.

    • gcblues
      • Cecelia

        Interesting. Thanks!

      • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

        It would explain a lot.

    • Grandpa D

      I’ve always like Turley’s appearances on TV. First saw him back in the ’90s when he was bringing a case against the Air Force on behalf of some workers (and in some cases their widows) who worked with dangerous waste chemicals at Area 51. Unfortunately it never went anywhere.

      • Cecelia

        His libertarian principles don’t seem to shift.

  • Larry Kelly
    • Cecelia

      Love it, Larry! A cabin on a mountain, a dog, and having nostalgic food items shipped in at exorbitant prices.

      That’s living!

      • Larry Kelly

        Memphis ribs came today. FedEx man petted doog.

        • Cecelia

          Not too long ago I ate my way through Memphis barbecue during Memphis In May.

        • gcblues

          interesting hobby. i would think u n doge would cook together. i smoke the whole rib part, you know the big thick thing you use to make rib and pineapple rice. with them smoked nothing have ever eaten anywhere is better. i forget what they call that rib cut in the US. not the back. man they are good baked with pineapple chilli and rice. if you sprinkle a little cayenne on a pineapple slice next time you out door grill, grill a few slices. mexican girl taught me how to cook it that way.

          • Larry Kelly

            I have a smoker and do ribs quite often, but I’ll have to try that — sounds good. I’ve always wanted to try Memphis ribs. Had North Carolina ribs last month. They were great. Detroit pizza was goo too. New York pizza coming in mid October. Will keep FedEx busy.

          • gcblues

            the cut here is “entero”. it is the part where the bone is connected to 6 to 8 inches of meat and fat layers. i sear brown them in a big metal pot, olla,put them aside, then use the grease to fry the rice to slightly brown. add sauce i want to use, pineapple chopped, the right amount of water and put the ribs back on top. put the cover on and cook until everything is done. can do the same in an oven.

          • Cecelia

            Sweet Memphis-style Q is yummy, but I like North Carolina style the best.

            Texas barbecue focuses on beef, which isn’t as good as pork in my book.

          • gcblues

            i have had great pulled pork in texas and fantastic ribs in Hawaii of all places. i do not think it is the locale but do tell us the definitional differences.

          • Cecelia

            There are distinct regional differences based upon an emphasis on ingredients–such as brown sugar, tomatoes, vinegar, spices.

            Variety is the spice of life.

          • gcblues

            understand, but what constitutes the differences?? Memphis carolina etc??

          • Cecelia
          • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

            I agree with you, Cece. Nothing beats pork.

          • gcblues

            i love pork, but i marinate brisket in pure liquified chipotle peppers for 3 or 4 days in freezer bag. grill it whole rolling it on all sides including ends. super sharp meat knife and layer thing over rice as the chipotle and drippings mix. OMG!! get me a tissue.

          • Cecelia

            Yum!

          • gcblues

            my kids called it “texas steak” and after grilled it is not as picante as you would think but it has a great flavor. in a mixer, 1 can chipoltle peppers, dash lea perin, tablespoon brown sugar, red white black pepper, liquify put in freezer bag. drop the brisket in freezer bag and massage 3 or 4 times a day. be a hero.

          • Cecelia

            Smoke a pork butt too.

            I buy a prepared one and then use it to make and freeze several gallons of Brunswick Stew, a particular favorite of my husband.

          • Cecelia

            Smoked brisket is devine too.

          • Cecelia

            Country Ribs.

          • gcblues

            that sounds distantly familiar. baked or in a cast iron olla with pineapple and remove your lips chipotle barby sauce in rice.

          • Cecelia

            Occasionally, I do boneless country ribs with a dry rub to put on rice via a cast iron dutch oven.

            Pineapple sounds delish.

          • gcblues

            a variety of items one would not normally grill are terrific. egg plant and pineapple being two. i always grill piña for a taco bar.

          • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

            Grilled eggplant (sigh!).

          • gcblues

            thick slaps salted, drained bitter liquid, rinse, paint with a spicy olive oil with garlic, oregano and white pepper in it. grill like a steak. mmmmmmmm so sweet.

        • homemaker

          Where’d you get those from?

        • gcblues

          you must have a great pension.

  • Larry Kelly

    Maybe Coop will actually grill Clinton? He has Vanderbilt money; he can afford bodyguards.

    • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

      I get confused. Was his mother Gloria Vanderbilt or Vicky Von Vicky?

  • gcblues

    saving odummy care.
    http://news.co.cr/u-s-health-care-plans-encourage-medical-tourism-latin-america/51443/

    do note, Facilities like CIMA in Guanacaste are state of the art world class new hospitals and a fraction of the cost in the USA, and in world terms CIMA is expensive. countries like Mexico, Nicaragua and India have facilities just as good and much less than Costa Rica. very little of the money Americans pay for health care is used for health care.

    • Larry Kelly

      Hillary is going to put in a government run option when she wins. That’ll lower the costs 😏

      • gcblues

        and shorten the waits. sorry, my experience is that free is always the most costly.

      • Mitch Alan

        Free college too. I will vote for her if she gives everyone a free Ford Focus.

        • Larry Kelly

          Holding out for free intern.

          • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

            Giggity!

  • Today’s most popular links:
    5 program ranker
    4 (Bret Baier) makes book
    3 another tryout
    2 riddled with errors
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Factor video: Prof Jonathan Turley has issues with FBI email investigation.

  • Larry Kelly

    Trump payroll or not– pooh pooh.. Hillary has an army of TV people workin pro bono.