War on Food McEscalating
I like bacon. I know, courageous stance right? Bacon is one of the delights of life on this earth. It’s a universal good, a boon; manna. But like any universal good on this earth, there are those who disapprove. PETA, for example, and for obvious reasons. Luckily, I don’t see PETA successfully instituting global bacon sharia anytime soon. On the other hand, they may not | Read More »
Gutfeld On Beck On Cordoba On Gay Bar
Via The Right Scoop: For the source of Glenn’s favorite proposed name, follow Lori Ziganto on Twitter! Read more on Greg’s twitter exchange with the ground zero mosque spokesperson at Hot Air. Consider this an OPEN THREAD.
Sometimes You CAN Judge A Book By Its Cover
Over at The Corner today, Jonah Goldberg posted the newly released cover of the new book coming out from Markos Moulitsas. Noting the strangely familiar cover, he remarked: Kos’ book cover approaches the highest form of flattery Indeed. You’re probably wondering what the smiley face really has to do with Markos’ book. I mean, with Liberal Fascism, it makes sense. In fact, it’s even explained | Read More »
The Needle 7: Memoirs of a Haunted Motorcade
President Justin G. “Knee Crackin” Harding Today’s podcast covers everything from cojones to truck nutz, in memoir format. Join Lori and I as we cross a bridge to somewhere, and then go curl up with a nice, cool shower to try and just feel clean again. So grab your Coexist bumper sticker and click to tune in at www.EricMorris.us, or you can listen in below | Read More »
Open Thread: 1,000 Words
As in, a picture is worth ‘em. OPEN THREAD.
Michele Bachmann at RightOnline 2010
This was one of the best talks at RightOnline. Rep. Bachmann discusses the Tea Party Caucus, activism, repeal, Harry Reid, and taxes, taxes, taxes.
Congressman, Heal Thy Street
“For too long, Washington has worked for the wealthy and well connected. I want to put Washington to work for working families, whether they wear shirts and ties, or hard hats and safety boots to work.” – Congressman Harry Teague, 2008 Harry Teague is having a tough year. Back in 2008, Teague bragged to voters that his businesses provided health care coverage for all his | Read More »
Open Thread: Erick Erickson at RightOnline 2010
You might recognize this guy. I hear he’s on CNN. .
Ann McElhinney at RightOnline 2010
Simply awesome. . “So when my husband and I came to America, we heard a story about conservatives. We heard that these conservatives are a really really weird lot. Nutjobs, basically. And these conservatives, they’re obsessed with sex. They’re obsessed with sex and they’re obsessed with what you’re doing in your bedroom. It’s all they think about. They’re just constantly worrying about what you’re up | Read More »
Right Online Post-Game
It was Vegas, baby. Right Online 2010 was a spectacular event. While the nutrooters frittered away their time listening to Van Jones preach green socialism, or on the casino floor playing African-American-jack and Poker(orim), we denizens of the online right were listening to serious policy discussion, getting tips on building our social networks, and pouring ice all over audio equipment for fun and profit. There | Read More »
Tammy Bruce and Smart Girl Take Over Vegas
RedState and Smart Girl Politics are both at Right Online in force this year. Today, I’m at Radio Row, and am lucky enough to be here to hear some of the Smart Girls, including Teri Christoph, Tabitha Hale, and even special guests Christine O’Donnell and Pamela Gorman, as they go on the air with Tammy Bruce on her show. Click below if you want to join | Read More »
The Racism Race
Let’s write a script for a Lifetime movie. Set it in the 80s. The main character is older. He’s white. Heavy-set, glasses.. balding. Sweaty. You know the sort. What Winston Churchill would look like if he were raised in a shack on a farm out west during the Dust Bowl era. You know .. a redneck. Lets call him Bob. Bob works for an insurance | Read More »
Lee Fisher Is Having A Tough Week
Earlier this week, I pointed out that Democrat Senate candidate Lee Fisher of Ohio had some trouble counting volunteers during the 4th of July weekend. (Hey, what’s 48 phantom people between friends right?) His overestimate was widely and hilariously mocked. Not a fun start to your work week there. Well, not for him anyway, I thought it was hilarious. And it didn’t get any better | Read More »
The Curiouser Case of The Curiously Uncurious Case of Carly Fiorina’s Protesters
Curious Protesters, Perhaps Performing Some Kind Of Curious Ritualistic Dance. Curiously.. Yesterday, FishbowlLA posted a blog entry titled “The Curious Case of Carly Fiorina’s Protesters” which had a whole bunch of photo evidence that the Fiorina campaign was recycling protesters at various rallies across California. I mean, they had like SIX WHOLE PHOTOS!! Emanations of penumbras of implications let fly over aforementioned voluminous evidence. Astroturfers? | Read More »
“Robert Byrd & His Racist Party”
Daniel J. Flynn has the top story today at Human Events: Robert Byrd’s death severs the Democratic Party’s most glaring link to its racist past. Rather than let the party’s embarrassing past fade from memory with Robert Byrd, party heavyweights have lamely obfuscated their former senate majority leader’s past as a “Kleagle” and an “Exalted Cyclops” in the Ku Klux Klan. “He once had a | Read More »