A Deadly Double Standard

    As I write of double standards in regards to the differential between the establishment Left’s treatment of the Tea Party protests and the recent onslaught of pro-public sector union protests, everyone who I care to receive this message already knows what I’m talking about. Therefore I am not going to bother linking to the multitude of videos of peaceful Tea Party protests or violent union | Read More »

    Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) at CPAC: Not Happy With The EPA, The Feds, Or The Media

    Governor Rick Perry is fed up. He sat with me Friday at CPAC shortly before speaking, where he gave a red-meat speech. The governor’s speaking placement between other presidential contenders raised some question about whether he really is going to run for President. His staff continue to insist he’s content to head the Republican Governors Association and lead Texas. I asked Governor Perry about the | Read More »

    Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) at CPAC: Not Happy With The EPA, The Feds, Or The Media

    Governor Rick Perry is fed up. He sat with me Friday at CPAC shortly before speaking, where he gave a red-meat speech. The governor’s speaking placement between other presidential contenders raised some question about whether he really is going to run for President. His staff continue to insist he’s content to head the Republican Governors Association and lead Texas. I asked Governor Perry about the | Read More »

    Remember That Guy Eric Fuller?

    Eric Fuller finds himself lost down the same memory hole as Cindy Sheehan, Code Pink, $4 gallon/gas outrage, concerns about Gitmo and warrantless wiretaps. It’s crowded down there. Democrats use people and issues for political purposes. Arguing from principle would require having them, and as far as I can tell, the Democrats are devoid of those pesky things. So, Eric Fuller, menacing crazy person that | Read More »

    Remember That Guy Eric Fuller?

    Eric Fuller finds himself lost down the same memory hole as Cindy Sheehan, Code Pink, $4 gallon/gas outrage, concerns about Gitmo and warrantless wiretaps. It’s crowded down there. Democrats use people and issues for political purposes. Arguing from principle would require having them, and as far as I can tell, the Democrats are devoid of those pesky things. So, Eric Fuller, menacing crazy person that | Read More »

    Too Dangerous to Print: Liberal University Bias

    Thomas Paine once said, “He that would make his own liberty secure, must guard even his enemy from opposition; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach himself.” How true these words are. One of the most fundamental reflections of liberty is the freedom to question, challenge and debate the world around us. This freedom does not exist everywhere in the | Read More »

    Tags: ,

    ‘Journalism’s’ Stealth Attack On Americans And The Truth.

    It’s a sad state of affairs, but the facts are undeniable… we no longer have a ‘Fourth Estate’ in this country… instead it has morphed into a subversive, secretive Fifth Column. The statue of Edmund Burke in Washington DC The term ‘Fourth Estate’ is used to refer to the press, a term attributed to Edmund Burke, an 18th century Irish statesman. Journalism has generally had | Read More »

    Is Rasmussen biased toward the Republicans? Not in California.

    Certain critics either say or imply that Rasmussen Reports is skewed toward Republicans, just because this cycle he predicted early that the 2010 electorate would look nothing like that of 2008. But that’s not the same as having a partisan bias, and in fact, comparing the latest Rasmussen poll of the California Senate race with SurveyUSA hints there is no such partisan bias to be | Read More »

    Is Rasmussen biased toward the Republicans? Not in California.

    Certain critics either say or imply that Rasmussen Reports is skewed toward Republicans, just because this cycle he predicted early that the 2010 electorate would look nothing like that of 2008. But that’s not the same as having a partisan bias, and in fact, comparing the latest Rasmussen poll of the California Senate race with SurveyUSA hints there is no such partisan bias to be | Read More »

    Mass Media Malfeasance

    The “news” media just doesn’t get it. Bob Bennett’s loss at the Utah nominating convention over the weekend has news outfits from FoxNews to the New York Times to the Huffington Post talking about “Party Purity” and “anti-incumbency” and all manner of things. The Tea Parties have them equally flustered: The phrase, “They’re out here protesting, but most of these [Tea Partiers] are getting a | Read More »

    Providence College Basketball Players Randomly Assault Student

    Providence College may be a small Catholic liberal arts school, but as the founding member of the Big East Conference, Friars Basketball is big business. The dynamics of competing in the top basketball conference in the country require recruits to be primarily chosen on the basis of their PPG rather than their SAT. Given the lily-white, suburbanite demographics of Providence College, the experiences and values of the basketball players are generally an ocean apart from the average student on campus.

    This gap has unfortunately manifested itself in a series of incidents that include everything from one teammate smashing another with a tire iron, to another player assaulting his girlfriend on campus. This culminated in the infamous riot that took place directly off campus resulting in the expulsion of half the 1999-2000 team. Although we have yet to reach the upper echelons of athletic “thugnificence” that is University of Miami Football, we are at the very least providing them with spirited competition.

    The latest incident involves the arrest of two black members of the current squad…

    Read More »

    THIS IS TOO FAR

    The fact that the media is silent about this protest while bashing every single Republican syllable utttered and many that never even were is too much for me to take. Please call your local media outlets and the cable outlets and ask them where they are on this ! Erick, sorry to put you on the spot , but you are the only one of | Read More »

    Tags: ,

    The New Big Media: Google Dominance Affects Every Area of The Web

    Google is being accused of favoring its own sites in searches. Sure, you might think someone searches for "search engine", and Google comes top – no big deal. But Google websites now encompass every area of the web, and compete directly with every other site, in some way or other. Here, for example, is some original research: if you search google for "the official blog | Read More »

    MMX FLEX Investigative Report: The National Portrait Gallery … Size Matters?

    In case you haven’t heard … President Obama’s new budget includes a big increase for the Smithsonian Institution. The museum complex will receive a record-breaking $797.4 million in 2010. Apparently, $761.4 million in 2009 just wasn’t enough. With so much of our money going here, it got us thinking – is the Smithsonian Institute fair and balanced? To answer to this question, we visited the | Read More »

    Vindication, Google, and Islam

    Remember when I accused Google of censoring search hints? Some of the reactions were just hysterical. So many technically inclined people on the right have a reflexive desire to defend Google and make the kindest assumptions about the company. The company itself claimed that it was all coincidence. Further research showed that Google was also censoring criticism of Islam, a claim that was met with | Read More »

    Tags: , ,