From the Right Side of Campus

Month: March 2009

More Hemorrhaging at the RNC

The latest victum? 33 year veteran and chief financial officer Jay Bannin: RNC chief financial officer Jay Banning, who has been with the committee for 33 years, is resigning. No reason for the resignation was given. Likely culprit, this man:

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Attack of the Kite

Here’s some more of my vacation memories, as promised: httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJ_OdjZCv-E Still more to come! Stay tuned…

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Google Not Giving In?

Is Google growing a spine? Well, as much as I’m skeptical that Google won’t eventually cave to China’s censorship of YouTube, this recent tweet from Google highlighting a recent scathing anti-chinese-censorship of YouTube statement by GNI is a sign of hope (click to enlarge):

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My Latest on NewsBusters

Hi loyal reader folk, Make sure you check out my latest piece on Newsbusters. It deals with the further decline of the media and the scary possibility of a google-government tag team rescue… Thanks for being awesome, CP

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The College Politico on Twitter

So… I guess this was inevitable given the massive micro-blogging appeal and wide spread blogger use of Twitter, but here comes the formal announcement: You can now follow The College Politico on Twitter: @collegepolitico

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Songs of the Month

This month’s songs of the month come at the end of the month because it has taken me that long to find some really great new music (or rather, new to me music). But, at last, here it is. This month’s post is dedicated to one band. Cartel. Now, I had heard of Cartel several years ago but I hadn’t ever really listened to their music. Luckily, that changed over spring break. One of my friends happened to have a Cartel cd and at some point durring the 30 hours of driving played it. I love them. Their pop/punkyness comes

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Back From Break

Hello again everybody, It’s been a while since I wrote anything as you may have noticed. Sad, I know… but take heart because I’m back from beautiful Nags Head, NC. I’m rested, relaxed, and ready to blog. But before I get back into the swing of things let me deliver on some of the promised vacation videos and pictures. Nags Head is awesome and I had a blast with my friends. I have a ton of video to edit and put up online. At the moment I only have one video that’s finished and ready for your viewing pleasure… It’s

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On Spring Break in Nags Head, NC

Hey dearest fans, I’m in North Carolina for the week and while I’m having a blast the internet here is somehow worse than it was a CPAC. So I’m experiencing every blogger’s nightmare… The inability to update. I’m sad, but somehow I think the beautiful weather and fun times with my friends will get me through it. I’ll post up some vids and pics from my vaca when I get a chance. Till then, CP

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Bumbling Idiot Could Be Gone Soon

Yea… I know, when you read the title of this post you got your hopes up that I was talking about Bobblehead Barack but alas, I’m talking about our bumbling idiot: Yup. That’s right, our fearless semi-leader could be ousted from the RNC soon. If you believe the rumors (H/T AOL): According to multiple former high-level RNC staffers familiar with the dynamics involved, Steele is unlikely to survive in the post if favored Republican Jim Tedisco loses his open-seat race to Democrat Scott Murphy. The special election, scheduled for March 31, is to fill a vacancy left when Kirsten Gillibrand

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Did Jonah Goldberg Steal a Link From Me?

Well… not exactly. But yes, sort of. I guess that’s how I would characterize the situation that Tommy Christopher wrote up over at AOL and Daily Dose. The whole thing centers around a tip I sent out this afternoon about CNN’s estimation of the lefty blogosphere. This is how Tommy characterized what happened thereafter: What’s interesting is how I found out about the story. I was on an email list for TheCollegePolitico.com, run by Steve Gutowski, a guy that I met at CPAC. I got his tip at 1:55pm. Also on that email were NRO’s Jonah Goldberg, and Captain Ed

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