Skip to comments.Mark Levin dares Media Matters to take legal action against him
Posted on 03/20/2012 6:25:00 AM PDT by Rufus2007
On his Monday broadcast, syndicated conservative radio host Mark Levin offered his take on a Daily Caller report that tied Media Matters for America to the al-Jazeera network. TheDC reported that the organizations foreign policy fellow MJ Rosenberg has made some ill-advised statements about the Jewish community and the United States.
Levin called on the Internal Revenue Service to review Media Matters tax status and called the organization, as he has often done in the past, a criminal front group.
Media Matters is a key political operative entity for the Democrat Party and for this president, Levin said. I dont care if it covers itself in the charitable, non-profit, non-partisan mode, part of the Internal Revenue Code. Thats for the IRS to sort out and the IRS ought to be looking at them, quite frankly, as Ive said many, many times. Thats why I call them a criminal front group.
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But, it would be hard for these terrorists to sue when it is the truth!
Best talk show host in America, bar none. When I listen to Rush or Hannity, I feel like “yeah, I read Drudge today too”. I learn nothing, ever, especially from Sean. With Levin, I learn something new every night. The funny thing is, I also enjoy Savage, who Levin despises and attacks.
This is exactly why I stopped listening to him. He always makes these big proclamations, then dares people to sue him. Its a stale act, and it makes the story all about himself.
He needs to quit wasting airtime and let Levin take over his spot for some real substance!
...its your loss...
I’m tired of listening to Hannity talk to absolute morons.
I do not care at all what democrats think about anything.
Rush, although lovable, spends 3 hours every day talking about nothing.
Levin is excellent.
I also like Glenn beck.
I want information.
Agree, montag. Best talk show host ever.
He always makes these big proclamations, then dares people to sue him.
Ridiculous and untrue statement.
I agree to a point. Rush's program content in regards to originality, variety, investigative work, news of anything crucial in the world outside of the U.S. media and primary politics, etc. is slowly but inexorably grinding to stagflation.
His program now is not much more that 3 hours of his precious (stale) "soundbites" and analysis of same. He can take one minor issue and belabor it for 15 minutes, repeating himself in five different ways.
The familiar flashes of brilliance are still present, but becoming more and more infrequent as he bogs down in a lot of minutia.
I've been an almost-daily listener for 21 years, he has been my mentor....but I find that more and more recently I've been doing things other than tuning him in at noon. Why?
Is it because he's become too "safe", too "repetitive", too "predictable"? Too "comfortable" in a format which may need a little shaking up? Would like to hear other opinions.
Apparently you do.
I’ve been a daily listener since 1992. Love Rush and always will, however, I have to say that when I want facts and information I go to Levin and Beck.
Rush still has flashes of brilliance, but yeah, they are not very frequent, he has become -too safe- without a doubt, and I imagine there is a reason for it.