Request from the United States Border Patrol

Request from the United States Border Patrol

The United States Border Patrol is asking citizens to keep on the lookout for a red 1951 Chevy that they suspect is being used to smuggle illegal immigrants across the border of Mexico and into points along the U. S. border.

If you see the vehicle pictured below and have reasons to believe that it is the suspect vehicle, you are urged to contact your local police department or federal government authorities.

Unskewed poll results

Unskewed poll results

The good people at have conducted a study of recent media polls and come to a startling conclusion: almost every single major media poll that you see reported in the news has a significant bias in favor of Barack Obama.

This is how they do it: After they poll Americans about their presidential preferences, they then go and weight the polls to over-sample for Democrats. In the ABC News/Washington Post poll, for instance, they claimed that only 24% of Americans would were Republicans. And so they made their presidential election polls to reflect a turnout that would be just 24% Republican. We know this is all complete nonsense.

Here’s the chart of how the media polls would be if the media’s bias towards Obama was neutralized, and a proper weight of Democrats, Republicans, Independents, etc… would be reflected:

Every single poll when the bias is removed shows that the Romney/Ryan ticket actually holds a lead over the Obama/Biden ticket.

Congressional Budget Office To The Electric Car Industry: Your Products Are A Waste Of Money – Oh, Yeah, Did We Mention That You Suck?

And if it weren’t for the Feds pouring money into you like an Asian typhoon, you wouldn’t even be an “industry”. From the Business Insider via Ed Driscoll (guesting at Instapundit): The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) did a good job of shredding the electric car industry and the government’s role in its evolution with this report (Link). I’m not knocking electric cars, I’m…

More “Fact” Checking By The Washington Post

Glen Kessler of the Washington Post fact checks this: The study covered the President’s first 1,225 days in office, running from January 23, 2009 through May 31, 2012. Of those, President Obama attended a total of 536 Presidential Daily Briefs. By saying this: Clearly, different presidents have structured their daily briefing from the CIA to fit their unique personal…