Obama’s poll numbers are down so you’re a racist!
Without even knowing what they are, I know Obama’s poll numbers must be on the decline, because the left has been wearing out the binding on their race-baiting bibles as they attack any and all criticisms brought by Republicans on the administration. This has become ever more apparent since the first of this year when, in a New Yorker Magazine article, Obama blamed his sinking | Read More »
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The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 69: Getting a Fair Hearing, I Dont Think That Word Means What You Think It Means, and Getting Some Respect
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. Hearkening back to my first episode ever, the Columbia Journalism Review tackled the subject of paid liberal analysts at Fox News vs. the lack of dissenting opinion at MSNBC. Once again, the question is, “Who will give you a fair hearing, or any hearing at all?” The answer really should not surprise you, | Read More »
Greenwald To Host: MSNBC Glorifies Obama 24/7
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On Thursday of this week, Glenn Greenwald appeared on MSNBC to discuss Edward Snowden. Partway through the interview, host Kristen Welker asked Greenwald a question using the lifeblood phrase of cable news provocation: “critics say.” She wanted to know what Greenwald thought about accusations that he was a mouthpiece for Snowden.
When Moderates Attack
http://www.mlgoodell.webs.com The world continues to reel in the wake of the shocking execution of a top ranking North Korean official. The Korean Central News Agency confirmed Jang Song Thaek’s death, due to his attempt “to overthrow the state.” Jang, DPRK Leader Kim Jong Un’s uncle, having helped his potentially moderate nephew consolidate power, was widely regarded as the second most powerful man in the Hermit | Read More »
MSNBC’s Phil Griffin: Fox News is spying on me! With RAYS! In My HEAD!
This is a highly entertaining media tantrum: Phil Griffin, president of MSNBC, says there’s something fishy about Tuesday’s ratings for the Fox News Channel, which were up significantly from a day earlier when Fox News debuted its new schedule. And he wants an investigation. “Monday we had a really good day in the key demographic. On the night that Fox News debuted their three shows, | Read More »
MSNBC and Organizing For Action Coordinate Activity
Organizing For Action, Barack Obama’s equivalent of Woodrow Wilson’s Committee on Public Information, has a website up of climate deniers in the House of Representatives. OFA wants its members to harass the “climate deniers”.Today is Organizing for Action’s big climate change day. They intend to march out into the public square and attack members of Congress, conservatives, and others who aren’t in on their campaign | Read More »
Stupid Liberal Quote of the Day- August 4th Edition
On Thursday’s edition of “PoliticsNation,” the MSNBC outlet for celebrated race-baiter Al Sharpton, his two panelists were liberal radio talk show host Joe Madison and MSNBC something Krystal Ball. We all know the Al Sharpton. He is the eloquent-speaking civil rights “leader” that cannot help but to inject himself into anything approaching controversy in this country and then somehow seeing a racial motivation behind that | Read More »
Stupid Liberal Quote of the Day- July 24th Edition
After playing snippets of such conservative voices as Bill O’Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Dana Perino and others, my favorite liberal ass- the supremely moronic Martin Bashier, had this to say: “After that river of sewage, let’s get right to our panel… I wish we had more time but you both have provided a wonderful explanation of that sewer of absolute crap that we just had to | Read More »
Stupid Liberal Quote of the Day: July 19th Edition
Yesterday, July 18th, 2013, may go down in history for the number of stupid quotes by liberals that could qualify as THE most stupid of the stupid. I honestly don’t know where to begin. And since this is not quotes- as in plural- of the day, I unfortunately have to name one, although I reserve the right to use more from July 18th in a | Read More »
The “Consider This!” Podcast,Episode 46: Conservative Targeting at the EPA, Liberal Groups (Not) Targeted at the IRS, and Cable News Scandal Coverage
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. How could conservative groups be targeted for unfair treatment at the Environmental Protection Agency? I couldn’t quite understand that when I first heard of it, but indeed the EPA was able to do just that. Liberals have been lifted by the news that groups with the words “progressive” or “occupy” | Read More »
Julian Assange Had A Point
By now, we’ve all gone through the mourning period requisite to accept that any privacy we expected to have as American Citizens is dead. The War on Terror killed it. In a sense, Osama Bin Laden won. He’s spiking the football down in hell as we speak. If he hated us for our freedoms, he should lighten up a bit and chill. Those freedoms are increasingly becoming non-existent – a casualty of war so to speak.
The recent revelations of Edward Snowden, even if partially inflated by bravado and imagination, suggest that everything I’ve written above is the sad truth about Post-modern America. We are increasingly becoming The Orwell State.
And the people wielding all the special powers we enacted to fight The War on Terror still wield them without any let-up. They wield them without let-up right after they announced the war was coming to an end. So if the GWOT is over and done with, who does the administration consider the enemy? Or worse yet, does the administration even feel the need for an enemy? Do they consider the police state a naturally justifiable equilibrium? All of these questions above are fine and dandy for batting around the dorm hall amidst a cloud of epistemological bong smoke. If you don’t like the answers to any of the questions I’ve posited then here’s the only question that matters: what do you intend to do about it? Glen Greenwald offers one response below.
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Stupid Liberal Quote of the Day: June 6th, 2013 Edition
With Congress on their Memorial Day vacation and the general lull in silly comments from that body, I took a brief hiatus to concentrate on other matters of a political nature. But, with Congress back and Obama back on the never-ending campaign trail, the comments are sure to pick up. Of course, there is always MSNBC and other liberal outlets to check in on occasionally, | Read More »
Is “IRS” The New “N-Word”?
There is nothing, nothing, in politics more infuriating than the Democrats’ relentless use of racial division to cement the kind of thinking Courtland Milloy illustrated in his latest Washington Post column. The ever-expanding list of things that are considered racist to criticize so long as Obama is president is perhaps the most absurd manifestation of this line of thinking. Nearly all of these fail “the | Read More »
Obamacare and the IRS: Together Forever – What’s Not To Like? What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
A chilling fact, and one in which EVERY American needs to be fully aware, is the IRS will have a major role in the implementation of Obamacare, officially known as Affordable Care Act. (ACA) Now, in light of the current IRS scandal, the thought of the IRS legally wedded to the ACA should give every American serious heart burn. Here is how The Blaze reported this issue | Read More »
MSNBC (!): Democratic operatives trying to undermine #benghazi whistle-blowers.
Apparently nobody told the n-dimensional geniuses over at the White House that it’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up. Transcript of remarks, courtesy of the Weekly Standard: “There is something called Benghazi going on,” said [NBC's Lisa] Myers. “And I think the Democrats now are starting to worry about it. I started–I got calls from a number of Democrats yesterday trying to undermine Greg Hicks’s | Read More »