Sunday shows refuse to cover the Planned Parenthood #PPSellsBabyParts story
ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN all refused to cover the Planned Parenthood #PPSellsBabyParts story on their Sunday shows signaling a conscious attempt by all those networks to memory hole the entire issue. Fox News Sunday was the only Sunday political show to cover Planned Parenthood during its broadcast, and devoted more than 7 minutes to the controversial video. Instead of covering Planned Parenthood, the four | Read More »
An NBC Affiliate Manufactures a Story to Attack Conservatives
“Months before the conference, my family booked a hotel room at the same resort as ALEC,” reported Brendan Keefe of WXIA TV, also known as 11 Alive. It’s the NBC affiliate in Atlanta. “We found the fabled back room where the laws are made,” he told their audience. It was sweeps week and NBC had a scoop. What he failed to mention is that the | Read More »
Tags: 11 Alive
, American Legislative Exchange Council
, Bill Meierling
, Brendan Keefe
, Michael King
, Sweeps Week
Obama Continues To Cheat American Small Businesses Out Of Billions
On August 1, SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet claimed the Obama Administration had awarded 23.39 percent of all federal contracts to small businesses. In reality, legitimate small businesses probably received around 3 to 5 percent of all federal contracts. In fiscal year 2013, the Obama Administration may have cheated America’s 28 million small businesses out of as much as $200 BILLION in federal contracts. Here are | Read More »
, false certifications
, Fox News
, Lloyd Chapman
, President Obama
, small business
, small business administration
, Vendor deception
Sketchy media coverage on Rick Perry exposes bias
If there were a law against biased “journalism”, there’s enough evidence to convict the mainstream media of it just by looking at their coverage of Rick Perry. I thought they had it in for Scott Walker, but that was mostly the communists over at MSNBC, and nobody watches MSNBC anyway. The MSM has carpet-bombed coverage of Perry’s indictment for ‘abuse of power’, devoting 25 minutes of airtime in two days, all of it breathless speculation that this could “end any chance of a White House run in 2016” or some derivation thereof.
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NBC has an open line to Taliban, Qatar not restricting T-5 movement
NBC News has been having a lot of conversations with the Taliban lately. A quote from a Taliban commander.
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“We thought we may not see them again as once you land in the hands of Americans, it’s difficult to come out alive,” Noori’s relative said. “But it was a miracle that Allah Almighty gave us Bergdahl and we got back our heroes.”
They are also reporting that the government of Qatar is not restricting the movements of the Taliban Five. The “deal” we have is supposed to keep those men from traveling, but I suspect it won’t be hard for them to slip out at some point to Afghanistan. They are certainly expected there soon.
Tech at Night: FCC is still a problem. GOP vs UN-run Internet. Snowden complains ironically.
I know, I’m late again. Turns out after being sick my body’s just been exhausted recovering. We’ll be better off next week.
Ajit Pai came to RedState on Friday to tell us about the Zapple Doctrine was being used by the FCC to stifle freedom of speech, specifically to try to hinder Scott Walker. The Zapple Doctrine is now dead, but we need to check the FCC to keep it from returning.
Broadcasters also want to check the FCC but they’re going to the courts, the same way ISPs had to over Net Neutrality.
And House Republicans are hard at work to shut Net Neutrality down again, after the courts already had to slap it down twice before.
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Tags: Ajit Pai
, Edward Snowden
, Net Neutrality
, Patent Trolls
, Scott Walker
, Tech at Night
, Zapple Doctrine
NBC Chief Foreign Correspondent Can’t Name ONE COUNTRY Where Obama Has Improved Foreign Relations
Appearing on CNBC’s Squawk Box on Thursday, NBC’s Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel was asked to name one nation with whom relations have improved under President Obama’s foreign policy leadership. In the exchange with Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone, Engel finds the task impossible. LANGONE: Name one country with whom we have better relationships today than we did when he became president of the United | Read More »
ABC, CBS, NBC, The IRS and The Sound of Silence
Time For a Wrecking-Ball In the absence of justice, what is sovereignty but organized robbery? Saint Augustine The United States Civil Service controls entirely too much power not to be aggressively corrupted from without and within. The United States Government also has a long history of scandals and embarrassments that have lead them to pass numerous reforms to rein in corruption | Read More »
, Civil Service Reform Act of 1978
, Hatch Act
, lois lerner
, Pendleton Act
, Rand Paul
, Ted Cruz
Tech at Night: Insurance companies may attack innovation. A group even more absurd than Bitcoin zealots.
Remember during the height of the Edward Snowden media frenzy, how his defenders would dutifully parrot every word RT said about him? Here’s your great Snowden defender now. RT and Snowden are the enemies of liberty, peace, and the United States of America.
Bitcoin is the fantasy tool of ideologues, the 21st century version of Goldbuggery, but there turns out to be a group even more ridiculous than the Bitcoin zealots: TSA agents.
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Tags: Barack Obama
, Driverless Cars
, Edward Snowden
, Emergency Broadcast System
, Garcia v Google
, Jim DeMint
, Retransmission Consent
, Steve Scalise
, Tech at Night
Mark Murray Was Right. Just Not How He Meant It.
I have long thought that most members of the Washington Press Corps go home at night to a cardboard box full of wine and lip print stained press clippings of Barack Obama. Mark Murray, the senior political editor for NBC News, reinforces that image.After the State of the Union address on Tuesday night, Mark Murray tweeted:Obama’s ending on Remsburg wasn’t just a story about America | Read More »
The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 57: Millions of ObamaCare Broken Promises
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. You were told that, if you liked your doctor, you could keep your doctor. But hospitals are laying off people by the thousands. You were told that, if you liked your health plan, you could keep your health plan. But the Affordable Care Act has, written into the bill in | Read More »
Spoken Like a Democrat Married to a Democratic Operative
Chuck Todd thinks Democrats opposed to going to war in Syria are “principled”.But Republicans opposed to going to war in Syria are doing so because of politics.Really.Let’s use this as a timely reminder that Chuck Todd was once a Democratic staffer to Senator Tom Harkin and is married to Kristian Denny Todd who served as a communications person for the Democratic Party and then helped | Read More »
RNC formally resolves to make CNN/NBC choose between Hillary Clinton & primary debate access.
Whatever cuts down the number of debates, frankly. The Republican National Committee unanimously passed a resolution here Friday to not partner with NBC or CNN on 2016 primary debates if they air Hillary Clinton projects. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus got an extended standing ovation from cheering state chairmen during the party’s summer meeting for spearheading the push. “We’re done putting up with this nonsense,” he | Read More »
Kudos to Reince Priebus, RNC
I’m usually the first to gripe about Establishment Republicans and squishes, so let me be the first out of the box to salute today’s RNC decision to nix NBC and CNN as national debate hosts due to their Hillary Clinton pimping. I am incredibly proud to have Reince Priebus as chair of the RNC today. For too long, hostile venues, biased moderators, and blatantly partisan | Read More »
CNN and NBC Must #DumptheDocs
The liberal media is on notice: If you’re in the business of spending millions to promote Hillary Clinton, you will not take part in Republicans’ primary debates in the 2016 presidential election. On Monday, I sent letters to NBC and CNN informing them that the RNC will not sanction any primary debates they sponsor if they do not cancel their plans to promote Hillary Clinton. | Read More »