Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: The seven big lies about the stimulus are revealed, Olbermann whines about media coverage of Glenn Beck, and the University of Minnesota makes educators pledge their political allegiance.
- National Review: Seven Big Lies about the Stimulus
David Freddoso and Mark Hemingway of the Washington Examiner put the number of phony jobs at about 75,000. They found more than 100 separate incidents, but these incidents can be grouped into seven categories, representing the seven biggest lies the administration is telling you about the stimulus
Olbermann, on his Nov. 23 broadcast, didn’t stray from his usual shtick of character assaults and name-calling for his “Worst Person in the World” segment. But he did hint his feelings were hurt after he named Fox News host Glenn Beck the third place recipient in this “Worst Person” contest.
- Hot Air: University of Minnesota demanding political allegiance for educators?
The University of Minnesota will apparently demand that its education graduates, the future teachers of Minnesota, confess to their own bigotry if they believe in the American dream of equal opportunity as a means to cleanse the Minnesota education system of cultural biases. It sounds like a page out of communist show trials