An Early Christmas Present (for me)
I have written plenty of times that I don’t believe in setting life goals. When I was a lawyer, one of the partners encouraged the associates to set out goals broken into three, five, and ten year plans.Everyone I knew who did that was miserable. I realize it may be simplistic, but I just believe if I work diligently and hard enough and the good | Read More »
Rush Limbaugh is a Big Fat Jerk (see I know how to get attention, too!)
When I was in college my brother told me that there was a guy on talk radio that I had to listen to, he was amazed to hear someone actually state conservative ideas on the air. I listened a lot to Rush Limbaugh. It was so fun to hear someone state what I had been thinking all these years. I laughed when he would demolish | Read More »
Are all the scandals finally starting to catch up with Obama?
There was an interesting comment made by Rush Limbaugh on his radio show today: RUSH: I know. In a way I’m conflicted, because you say — and I know what you mean — that he’s getting away with it. And, yeah, where we are certainly means he’s gotten away with it. I have to catch myself sometimes and grab myself before I get too far | Read More »
Flip Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals Against Far-Left Activists: A Global Warming Case Study for Not being Polite Anymore
Rush Limbaugh regularly points out how liberals employ Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals to portray conservatives as villains, and he berates GOP politicians for the combined mistakes of seeking mainstream media approval / failing to comprehend how their positions cannot take root when they allow reporters to frame the discussion – as in, ‘tea-partiers aren’t worthy of consideration because they are racist, sexist homophobes.’ GOP politicians | Read More »
The Liberal Media Shutdown
Liberal Media Shutdown Rather than engaging the in the crisis mode editorializing on the government shutdown I would like to speculate on a more productive course of action. Presently the media is in a full frontal attack on the remaining vestige of American statesmanship. At Redstate we know that there is a viable alternative to getting your news from the mouthpiece of the Democrat party. | 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 »
Mountains, Mole Hills, Rush, and Hannity
Liberals in the press are soiling themselves in excitement that Cumulus might drop Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, the nation’s most popular and second most popular radio programs. “Sandra Fluke’s revenge,” they claim giddily.That’s nonsense and what is actually happening is quite simple.Cumulus made some business mistakes and some large acquisitions that have both affected its bottom line. Premiere charges a lot for Rush and | 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 »
Rush Limbaugh: Trayvon motivated by homophobia not racism?
On his radio program both today and yesterday, Rush Limbaugh discussed the comments made by Zimmerman trial prosecution witness Rachel Jeantel during her appearance on CNN with Piers Morgan about 38 hours ago. Limbaugh understood Jeantel’s comments to suggest that Trayvon Martin thought Zimmerman was a “gay rapist” and Trayvon was not “that kind of way.” Limbaugh said Jeantel’s answers to questions asked by Piers | Read More »
Behind the Microphone & Something President Clinton and I Agree On
I feel odd writing about being on radio. I am a novice to a degree, though doing well enough that I’m hosting evening drive time in Atlanta on the top talk station in the country.That would be WSB, which has one of the best signals, and has a whole lot of listeners stuck in Atlanta traffic during the evening. And they have me to listen | Read More »
Open Letter to our Republican Senators: Immigration Strategy Notes
Like the Miami Heat full court press the Gang of Eight immigration bill is red hot and being served up right now. The debate around immigration is framed by the media as economic and political. As far as the economic implications, we know that we have immigrants working in the US now. From a political standpoint the conservative Republicans will lose if we cannot position | Read More »
Rush Limbaugh and the Need for Spine
The Politico is reporting (read: let’s wait for a second source to confirm it) that the RNC, well, “[t]he Republican National Committee has chosen a Karl Rove-linked voter data project called Liberty Works to help it compete with Democrats in the digital arena. Liberty Works will team up with Data Trust, whose chairman of the board is former RNC Chairman Mike Duncan, committee spokeswoman Kirsten | Read More »
Bill O’Reilly vs The Bible Thumpers
“. . . the other side hasn’t been able to do anything but thump the Bible.” – Bill O’Reilly talking about people who oppose homosexual marriage. With these twelve words, the cockalorum—the Strident Conservative Word of the Day—of “the most-watched program in all of cable news” marginalized the opinion of nearly every Christian in America concerning their opposition to homosexual “marriage.” After being called on his | Read More »
S.E. Cupp, Straw Men, and Missing the Point About Rush Limbaugh.
Over the weekend, an article in the New York Times highlighted the challenges that stand in the way of conservatives & Republicans to get the GOP straightened out. I’ve written about our messaging crisis and the role it played in our electoral defeats as well as what I believe could help us recover and found the article to be a thorough investigation of the problem. | Read More »
Now playing the role of George Washington… Neal Boortz?
Neal Boortz will be calling it quits this week after 42 years in the radio business. He timed his exit to ensure that if Barack Obama was reelected he (Obama) would not have another dollar of his (Boortz’s) income tax dollars to spend. As he rides off into the sunset to play golf, drive around in the Boortzmobile, and most importantly, visit Disney World, we | Read More »