Dan Chmielewski

Super Bowl Ads – Inconsistencies Abound

There’s significant controversy brewing about a Super Bowl ad featuring Florida’s All-America quarterback Tim Tebow. The ad is well-produced and features a pro-life message about how Tebow’s mother became ill during a trip to the Phillipines in 1987 and, against her doctor’s advice to terminate the pregnancy, kept the child who was the Gator quarterback. …

Breakdown of Brown Victory shows it’s not about Obama

The Boston Globe posted this interesting analysis of the election of Scott Brown to the US Senate seat in my old stomping grounds in Massachusetts.  And I have a couple of additional points to add to this towards the end that I believe helped the Republicans win.  The picture is not as rosy as Republicans…

Helping Haiti; Not a Right vs. Left Issue

This past Thursday’s edition of the Irvine World News was soaking wet when I opened it up from last week’s rain. And after reading Adam Probolsky’s colume about Rep. John Campbell trying to save some pocket change by going the signature route for candidacy for re-election (and conveniently omitting the fact that Campbell left out…

Katie Couric gets Prestigious DuPont Award for her Coverage of Palin in 2008

  [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxAO7cH-xrE[/youtube] CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric garnered a prestigious DuPont award for her coverage of GOP VP candidate Sarah Palin during the 2008 election cycle.  Katie did the nation a huge favor by exposing Palin as worefully inadequate to be a heartbeat away from the presidency. From the story in MediaBistro.com: Couric recieved…

SuperNews: GOP Death-Star

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEwb7obZLF4[/youtube] In honor of our friends at Red County, here’s timely video from CurrentTV’s “SuperNews” antimated program.  CurrentTV is run by former VP Al Gore, you know, the guy who got more votes than W did in 2000.

Red County Equates Democrats with Nazis

Congratulations Chip Hanlon and the team at Red County for a hardy-har-har redubbing of a scene from a 2004 German-Austrian drama film, “Downfall,” depicting the final ten days of Adolf Hitler’s life in his Berlin bunker and Nazi Germany in 1945 (thanks reader sfor the correction) with dialog between Adolf Hitler and his military leadership lamenting…