But I’m a Liberal and I Voted for Obama….I Can’t be a Sexist or a Racist!!
I’m not sure if anyone else has noticed this recent phenomenon or not, but for the past year or so, liberals have progressively become more and more flagrant with regard to making sexist, racist, or bigoted comments about anyone who ran against or voted against Barack Obama. At first, liberal sexism and bigotry started out as a distant rumble–now it has become a thunderous roar. | Read More »
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A word on “Jon and Kate” and what it means for our culture.
The beleaguered stars of TLC show “Jon and Kate Plus Eight” are making an announcement on tomorrow night’s show. Whatever will it be? That Jon is getting hair plugs? That Kate is going to Control Freak school? I don’t know, but is it the world’s healthiest thing for your marriage to raise your eight children in front of a national television audience? Don’t get me | Read More »
Post To Post/ Wired For Sound
The lines are drawn in the sand, and the wires are strung along that line. Sound is coming to the point of battle. We have seen the battle raging in this Nation. A battle for the minds and hearts of its citizens. First it was the bailouts, and the need to shore up our economic infrastructure. When it was announced that money was available, banks, | Read More »
In The Heat of Battle Don’t Quit
When President Obama took office in January, no one sweemed too concerned about what he would do in the first one hundred days. Ther was no worries that he would take our Nation from a capitalist frame of reference to a socialist fascist form of government. In the last three week we have experienced a tortal breakdown of constitutional government. The Chrysler and General Motors | Read More »
Speaking Theater To Power
It’s late May, the time when a new generation graduates, and many have noted the ideological tilt of the commencement speakers. As you know, when heterodox speakers arrive on college campuses, they face a host of obstacles. Student-activists will lie prone in the parking lot to prevent speakers from driving in or out. They are struck with pies. The stage may be stormed. This isn’t | Read More »
The tyrant who tweets. Does Kim Jong-il have a Twitter account? Could this be the new in thing for leftists?
www.thepoliticalclass.com The tyrant who tweets. Does Kim Jong-il have a Twitter account? Could this be the new ‘in thing’ for leftists? The Globe and Mail covers North Korea and Twitter. Full story here. North Korea has for decades been the most isolated country on the planet, with almost no links to the outside world. The Internet can be accessed only by the most powerful and | Read More »
Protected: Israel’s Millstone
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Rudy Giuliani and his wife stand up to crazed man on street. More liberals showing that diverse thought is not part of their world.
Rudy Giuliani and his wife stand up to crazed man on street. Just one week after Code Pink jumps in the face of Donald Rumsfeld and his wife. More diversity and understanding from liberals. Something tells me that this man never picked up a newspaper in the 1980’s. Did this guy really think that Giuliani was going to back down? Giuliani was a prosecuting | Read More »
A Fresh State Of Mind
In Spring we see a spectacular sight known as the budding season. We see the trees blossom into lovely shades of white, pink and green. The Lilacs bloom with violet and white flowers, and the Magnolias boom in a beautiful crepe white. I have said all of this to make a point. This point is that we are those flowers, the petals which adorn the trees in Spring | Read More »
Nancy Pelosi Needs to Step Down–Part Two: Electric Boogaloo [Updated]
As most of my regular readers are aware, I wrote a diary last week titled, “Nancy Pelosi Needs to Step Down”. In this diary, I chronicled all of Nancy Pelosi’s ridiculous behavior over the past two years (since she became the Speaker of the House), such as attempting to appoint unqualified corrupt cronies to positions of power over more qualified people, appointing a man to | Read More »
Nancy Pelosi Needs to Step Down [Updated]
Surprise, surprise. Nancy Pelosi was for enhanced interrogation techniques before she was against them. This damning coverage by Fox News (hat tip to Redstate’s Moe Lane who wrote about this in an excellent column) reports that the CIA claims that Pelosi was briefed in 2002 about waterboarding and other enhanced interrogation techniques, which directly contradicts her previous story where she claims that she was not | Read More »
Universities Gone Wild! Top schools assign boys and girls to live in same dorm rooms.
www.thepoliticalclass.com Universities Gone Wild! Top schools assign boys and girls to live in same dorm rooms. How about finding out that the university your daughter attends assigned a boy as a roommate – on purpose? Karin Morin reports at the National Review Online. Full story here. If sharing a bedroom with a student of the opposite sex is not your idea of appropriate college housing | Read More »
United Kingdom bans radio host Michael Savage. Places him in same category as Hezbollah terrorist.
www.thepoliticalclass.com United Kingdom bans radio host Michael Savage. Places him in same category as Hezbollah terrorist. It appears that the government of The United Kingdom has banned radio host and NY Times best selling author Michael Savage. The Independent has the full story here. Link to Savage’s radio program website here. Sixteen people banned from entering the UK were “named and shamed” by the Home | Read More »
Wall Street Journal GAINS over last 3 years while NY Times circulation falls 38% over the same period.
www.thepoliticalclass.com Wall Street Journal GAINS over last 3 years while NY Times circulation falls 38% over the same period. Most liberal big city newspapers continue to lose customers. Full story here. Although the Wall Street Journal keeps moving along as it now has twice the circulation of The New York Times. 2009 Stats here. 2006 Stats here. Top 25 Papers as of March 31st, 2009 | Read More »
A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words!
As most of my regular readers are aware, I recently wrote a diary about President Obama’s Apologolooza/America sucks tour throughout Europe and at the G-20 Summit titled, “Mr. President, Do You Believe In American Exceptionalism?”. (Actually, it was his second Apologolooza world tour–we all remember the famous Berlin trip last summer during the general election where Obama apologized for America to the Germans, right?) Well, | Read More »