The day after

Yesterday at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, I had the pleasure of meeting Charles Hurt, a correspondent for the Washington Times, whose excellent work I enjoy regularly and link to from time to time. Here’s the report Hurt filed about my questioning of Senator Durbin. Here’s what he wrote about the hearing itself.
Meanwhile, some in the fever swamp seem to have convinced themselves that yours truly actually works for Talon New Service, the outfit that Jeff Gannon represented at White House briefings. One loon at the Democratic Underground studied the audio and discovered that I started to identify myself as representing Talon, before saying Power Line and Pajamas Media. Another researched these two outlets and discovered that they are not connected. From that, she concluded that I must be involved with neither, and thus must work for Talon. From there, it’s only a short step to insisting that I’m a male prostitute, a charge which caused much laughter at our dinner table tonight.

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The day after

Yesterday at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, I had the pleasure of meeting Charles Hurt, a correspondent for the Washington Times, whose excellent work I enjoy regularly and link to from time to time. Here’s the report Hurt filed about my questioning of Senator Durbin. Here’s what he wrote about the hearing itself.
Meanwhile, some in the fever swamp seem to have convinced themselves that yours truly actually works for Talon New Service, the outfit that Jeff Gannon represented at White House briefings. One loon at the Democratic Underground studied the audio and discovered that I started to identify myself as representing Talon, before saying Power Line and Pajamas Media. Another researched these two outlets and discovered that they are not connected. From that, she concluded that I must be involved with neither, and thus must work for Talon. From there, it’s only a short step to insisting that I’m a male prostitute, a charge which caused much laughter at our dinner table tonight.

Responses

Books to read from Power Line