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  • There IS no freedom for America without faith in God

    04/10/2012 4:54:46 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 3 replies
    Renew America ^ | April 7, 2012 | Laurie Roth
    It is no mystery that America was founded by courageous and committed Christians who treasured freedom and were willing to fight for it. Our whole foundation legally and culturally was built on Judeo/Christian values and beliefs. This is the true backbone of our history, even though many try and invent new history out of the blue. Of course, our founders and framers were far from perfect. Some were slave owners and others were moral posers. However, most were guided by faith in God, honor, and the desire to protect freedom. Eventually, most of our early leaders did the right thing...
  • Constitution Party has record number of candidates vying for its nomination

    04/10/2012 4:27:40 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 18 replies ^ | April 8, 2012 | Lori Stacey D.C. Examiner
    Although there is often very little national press coverage, if at all, there are other political parties in our country that have candidates fully engaged in vying for their party's presidential nomination. One of the first 3rd parties in the nation to have their national nominating convention for President is the Constitution Party. The convention will be held this cycle at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, TN April 18-21, 2012. [snip] Given the current political climate, there is a record-breaking number of candidates that have stepped forward this year to vie for the Constitution Party's nomination for President...
  • Mike Malloy Loses It Completely

    04/08/2012 4:10:30 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 16 replies
    From what the Radio Equalizer calls the Unhinged Libtalk Rant of the Year, by the moonbat Mike Malloy: “Wait. Everything’s getting confused. Everything is getting all jumbled…” That’s putting it mildly:Malloy Unhinged Then they wonder why they can’t compete with El Rushbo and Sean Hannity without the Unfairness Doctrine.
  • Predictable: Gingrich Admits He Owes More Than $4 Million Campaign Debt

    04/08/2012 3:50:43 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 50 replies
    The Other McCain ^ | 4-8-12 | Robert Stacy McCain
    If you haven’t been reading this blog regularly, you may have been shocked by Newt’s confession today on Fox News Sunday: “Unfortunately, our guys tried to match Romney,” Gingrich said of the Florida match-up. “It turned out, we didn’t have anything like his capacity to raise money.” Gingrich said he has a little less than $4.5 million in campaign debt, and he’s operating on a shoestring budget. I was there when it happened, although nobody realized it at the time, and it took another seven weeks to learn the truth. On Feb. 21, the day after his January FEC report...
  • Profiles in Narcissism: Charles Johnson Blinded by His Own Self-Righteousness

    04/08/2012 3:39:43 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 12 replies
    The Other McCain ^ | April 7, 2012 | Robert Stacy McCain
    Charles Johnson is doing his “Race Detective” bit: He accuses me and Dan Riehl of being “the first to defend Derbyshire,” then he writes a blog post using Riehl’s name to connect the ”racist” meme to And then — exhibiting a stunning lack of self-awareness — Johnson complains to Pam Spaulding that right-wingers “spend so much time & energy trying to smear & discredit me.” Got it? Charles (a) writes a blog post to ”smear and discredit” Dan Riehl and Dan’s employers, then (b) engages in psychological projection to claim that his enemies are doing to him what he...
  • Black Male Guns Down “White Hispanic” With Mental Capacity of 12-Year-Old

    04/08/2012 2:48:33 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 53 replies
    Jammie Wearing Fool ^ | 4-8-12 | Jammie
    If you were looking for a mirror image of the Trayvon Martin incident, here you go. This happened a few days ago, but oddly enough the national media hasn’t made it into a big story. I wonder why? Police are saying more about a shooting at a Taco Bell Tuesday night in which one man died. They’re also identifying the victim as 29-year-old Daniel Adkins. About 7:30 p.m., a 22-year-old man and his girlfriend ordered food at the Taco Bell drive-thru and were told to pull up while their order was prepared. At the same time, Adkins stepped around a...
  • Fox News smacks anchor for tweeting WND video

    04/06/2012 10:36:28 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 32 replies ^ | April 5, 2012 | Staff
    Responding to criticism from the left-wing watchdog site Media Matters, Fox News Channel management says it “addressed” a “mistake” by a news anchor who asked her Twitter followers to weigh in on a claim by an insider in Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign that the Obama camp threatened Chelsea Clinton’s life if her parents exposed what they knew about Obama’s presidential eligibility. Weekend and early morning anchor Heather Childers distributed the message with a link to a blog that picked up on a WND story that featured a video interview. In a statement to the website Mediaite, Fox News Senior Vice...
  • Effort underway to turn Texas into winner-take-all state

    04/06/2012 10:24:08 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 24 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | April 6, 2012 | Caroline May
    An effort to shake up the GOP primary race is underway in the Longhorn State. The outcome could set the course for a brokered convention by keeping front-runner Mitt Romney from securing enough delegates to win the presidential nomination outright. David Bellow, a member of the State Republican Executive Committee, told The Daily Caller that he believes there is enough support among committee members to call an emergency SREC meeting to vote to change Texas’ primary from a proportional system to winner-take-all delegate state. According to Bellow, the effort has support from the necessary 15 SREC members to petition and...
  • South Carolina Tea Party Leader Says She Doesn’t Know Anyone ‘That Does Not Despise Mitt Romney’

    04/06/2012 10:19:20 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 32 replies
    mediaite ^ | January 5th, 2012 | Nando Di Fino
    It’s no secret that Mitt Romney isn’t exactly a darling of the Tea Party, but Karen Martin, the head of the Spartanburg County, S.C., chapter, did not mince words when speaking to NPR’s Frank James about just how little they care for him. “There’s no Tea Partier that I talk to in the state or nationally that would want to promote Romney,” Martin said. “Other than the people that have come out publicly and endorsed Mitt Romney and the people left over from his 2008 campaign, I do not personally know anyone that does not despise Mitt Romney and doesn’t...
  • KISS Frontman Gene Simmons Denies He’s Endorsed Mitt Romney

    04/06/2012 10:14:07 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 7 replies
    mediaite ^ | 4-5-12 | James Crugnale
    Despite his supportive comments on Fox & Friends Thursday, KISS lead singer Gene Simmons vehemently denied he had endorsed Mitt Romney. On Friday morning, Simmons published a wildly expressive tweet, emphasizing in capital letters that “I HAVE NOT ENDORSED MITT ROMNEY FOR PRES.” Simmons went on to write a long screed on his official website lamenting how the media had taken his words out of context and reiterated he had not endorsed anyone, and didn’t understand why anyone cared who he voted for anyways.
  • Allen West Accuses CNN's Kyra Phillips Of Leading Him ‘Into A Rabbit Hole’ With Questions

    04/06/2012 10:01:38 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 17 replies
    mediaite ^ | 4-6-12 | Noah Rothman
    CNN Anchor Kyra Phillips hosted Rep. Allen West (R-FL) where he weighed in on the rumors that he is on a short list for vice president, the Trayvon Martin killing and President Obama’s health care law in the Supreme Court. The illuminating interview became heated when Phillips asked West to weigh in on gay marriage rights, at which point West accused Phillips of leading him down a “rabbit hole.”
  • Soldier fired for Obama critique

    04/06/2012 9:26:41 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 107 replies
    iafrica ^ | 4-6-12 | staff
    A US Marine faces possible dismissal after posting critical remarks on Facebook about US President Barack Obama, with a review board recommending a less than honorable discharge. Sergeant Gary Stein (26) a nine-year veteran, posted comments on Facebook and other websites calling Obama a coward and "the economic and religious enemy," a Marine Corps board was told during an all-day hearing on Thursday. Stein had urged Obama's defeat in the November election, writing "screw Obama" in one posting, and had founded a website called Armed Forces Tea Party, apparently in support of the ultra-conservative Tea Party movement. On one site...
  • Coulter vs. Malkin: Female conservatives clash over Palin

    04/05/2012 8:06:08 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 73 replies
    dailycaller ^ | 4-5-12 | Jeff Poor
    Last Sunday, in an appearance on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” conservative columnist and author Ann Coulter took what some have seen as a swipe at former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, saying that the eventual Republican candidate shouldn’t pick “a novelty candidate” as their vice presidential nominee because it “would ring too much like Sarah Palin.” Conservative blogger and commentator Michelle Malkin challenged Coulter’s characterization, suggesting in a post on Monday that Coulter was part of the “war on conservative women” Malkin had opined on a month ago. If Coulter is indeed waging a war on conservative women by...
  • Kansas, Kentucky to meet in power-program final

    04/02/2012 9:41:50 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 8 replies
    yahoo sports ^ | 4/2/12 | EDDIE PELLS, AP National Writer
    NEW ORLEANS (AP)—Kentucky has the best players. Kansas has the most heart. From the first practice in October to the final cutting of the nets in April, that’s how the two teams remaining in the NCAA tournament have made a name for themselves. They meet Monday to decide the national championship—a game between the Wildcats and their cadre of NBA-caliber talent and the Jayhawks and their unending supply of high-wire comebacks. Kentucky (37-2), in search of its eighth national title but its first since 1998, has five, maybe six, players who will be playing in the NBA soon. Most are...
  • Chuck DeVore: Texas vs. California

    04/02/2012 6:54:37 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 7 replies
    OC Register ^ | 4/2/12 | Chuck Devore
    One in five Americans calls California or Texas home. The two most populous states have a lot in common: a long coast, a sunny climate, a diverse population, plenty of oil in the ground, and Mexico to the south. Where they diverge is in their governance. For six years ending in 2010, I represented almost 500,000 people in California’s legislature. I was vice chairman of the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation and served on the Budget Committee. I was even a lieutenant colonel in the state’s National Guard. Before serving in Sacramento, I worked as an executive in California’s...
  • Kansas lotto player hit by lightning after buying Mega Millions tickets

    04/01/2012 11:59:29 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 38 replies ^ | April 1, 2012 | By Philip Caulfield
    This wasn't the one-in-a-million strike a Kansas lotto player was hoping for. A Wichita man was hit by lightning on Thursday night just hours after buying three tickets in the record-setting $656 Mega Millions lottery, drawn on Friday. Bill Isles, a volunteer storm spotter for the National Weather Service, even made an eerie quip to a pal about his long odds moments after buying the tickets at a local grocery store. "I've got a better chance of getting struck by lightning" than winning the jackpot, Isles said, according to Reuters. The wannabe mega-millionaire had toted his ham radio into his...
  • Mitt Romney’s roof-riding dog Seamus will be focus of new super PAC

    04/01/2012 11:47:56 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 33 replies ^ | 3/2812 | Glen Johnson
    Seamus the Irish Setter is getting his own super PAC. Politico reported today Democrat Bob McDevitt has filed paperwork to launch the super PAC Animal Lovers Against Romney. It will tell the tale, first publicized by the Globe, of Mitt Romney’s decision to put his dog in a kennel attached to his station wagon roof for a family trip from Massachusetts to Canada. McDevitt told Politico his goal is to “get the message out just how callous in temperament Mitt Romney is.” The group’s website,, is being launched next week. The super PAC, meanwhile, is aiming Internet ads at...
  • Tea Party Still Isn't Ready for Romney

    04/01/2012 11:25:52 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 14 replies
    ABC News ^ | 3-22-12 | MATT NEGRIN
    Mitt Romney, Tea Party candidate? Not so fast. The Republican front-runner appeared to be on an easy path to the nomination the morning after his win in Illinois, when The Washington Times reported that an influential tea party group, Freedom Works, was ready to fall in line behind him, supposedly capping the monthslong struggle Romney has endured to sway conservative voters. Unfortunately for Romney, the report — especially the headline — wasn't totally right, and the tea party is showing no sign of uniting behind him, or any candidate for that matter. Though the tea party remains a force in...
  • RINO Romney Is the Least Electable.

    03/30/2012 10:27:40 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 20 replies
    Spectator ^ | 1/11/12 | Peter Ferrara
    Romney assured Massachusetts voters when he was running for the Senate in 1994 that he did not want to go back to Reaganomics. He said during that campaign, "I was an independent during the time of Reagan-Bush. I'm not trying to return to Reagan-Bush." Romney was also one of the few Republicans in 1994 to refuse to sign on to Newt Gingrich's Contract with America. [snip] True to form, even today Romney is effectively promising not to take America back to pro-growth Reaganomics. Cowed by President Obama's class warfare rhetoric, Romney promises to eliminate taxes on capital gains, interest, and...
  • Libertarian Party criticizes Rubio for backing Romney

    03/30/2012 10:08:04 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 11 replies
    libertarian republican ^ | 3/30/12 | Eric Dondero
    This is quite interesting. Never before, do I recall the Libertarian Party ever taking on a major party politician for backing a candidate from his major party. Press release LPHQ ( "Sen. Rubio - Withdraw your Endorsement": With all due respect, Congressman Rubio, you failed to do your homework. As an alleged 'Tea Party Republican,' your endorsement of Mitt Romney misleads the true Tea Partiers from coast to coast," said Mark Hinkle, Libertarian Party Chair. "Congressman Rubio, you assert that Mitt Romney was a 'successful' governor in Massachusetts. Which part of Mitt Romney's record as Governor do you consider a...
  • George Zimmerman’s Father on Obama: “So Much Hate Coming From This President” (Video)

    03/30/2012 9:25:08 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 30 replies ^ | Thursday, March 29, 2012 | Jim Hoft
    So much hate. George Zimmerman’s father Robert Zimmerman lashed out at Barack Obama in his first TV interview since his son shot Trayvon Martin. According to Think Progress, Robert Zimmerman, father of George, called on Obama to go “beyond the hate.”video
  • GOP fears Latino revolt (GOP should just end. They are trying their own Dream Act. Statist wimps.)

    03/30/2012 7:21:22 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 36 replies
    politico ^ | 3/29/12 | MANU RAJU
    Republicans worried about their party’s standing with Hispanic voters have launched an election-year scramble to put a better face on their party’s immigration problem. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, the son of Cuban immigrants, is working with senators from other immigrant-heavy states like Jon Kyl of Arizona and Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas on their own version of the DREAM Act to help undocumented children. Kyl and Hutchison have held several closed-door meetings with a key Democrat to see whether there’s bipartisan support for a compromise plan. Republicans are also exploring changes in visa rules to attract more high-skilled workers and...
  • Romney keeps low public profile amid health care hearings

    03/28/2012 6:49:16 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 4 replies
    msnbc ^ | 3-28-12 | By Garrett Haake and Michael O'Brien
    Mitt Romney’s performed a disappearing act of sorts during three days of hearings before the Supreme Court on President Obama’s health care law, arguably the most high-profile of issues during the 2012 election, and the motivating issue for conservative primary voters. Romney has held just one public event, a speech at a medical device company outside San Diego, over the course of three days of oral arguments before the high court. The Republican presidential frontrunner has good reasons to be off the trail. He’s spent the past few days raising needed money to finance his campaign, and because there is...
  • Duggars are Santorum surrogates and attraction

    03/27/2012 6:11:45 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 8 replies
    politico ^ | 3/27/12 | Juana Summers
    Of all the campaign surrogates on the trail this cycle, Rick Santorum can legitimately claim the biggest. His most faithful supporters are the Duggars, the stars of the television reality show “19 Kids and Counting.” They include parents Jim Bob and Michelle and their 19 children, ranging in age from 24 to two. Members of the clan follow Santorum from stop-to-stop, collecting donations from supporters and talking up the former Pennsylvania senator’s values and policy stances. The Duggars themselves often serve as a second attraction to the candidate, signing family autographs with Bible verses. The Duggars are a longtime television...
  • Arlen Specter: Romneycare a Blueprint for Obamacare

    03/27/2012 5:47:58 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 13 replies
    newsmaxbn ^ | 3-27-12 | Jim Meyers and John Bachman
    Former Sen. Arlen Specter, who played a key role in passage of President Obama’s healthcare reform legislation, confirms to NewsmaxTV that the Senate considered Gov. Mitt Romney’s healthcare reform in Massachusetts as “solid precedent” for Obamacare. In an exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV on Monday, Specter was asked what role Romneycare played in the formulation of Obama’s healthcare reform legislation. “Governor Romney’s plan for medical care had the mandate. That’s the key part of Obamacare, the mandate that people have to have insurance,” Specter says. “Millions of dollars are spent each year, perhaps billions, on people who get free medical care....
  • Richard Viguerie: Conservatives Reject Establishment GOP Pressure for Romney

    03/27/2012 4:56:38 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 6 replies
    sacbee ^ | 3-27-12 |
    MANASSAS, Va., March 27, 2012 -- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Rick Santorum's big win in Louisiana, where he crushed Mitt Romney almost 2 to 1, was powered by grassroots conservatives, not big name Republican Party endorsements, said Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of "In Louisiana, grassroots movement conservative voters rejected the pressure from establishment Republican insiders and big name Washington operators who want to end the contest for the Republican presidential nomination before the Tampa GOP Convention," said Viguerie. "Principled conservatives at the national, state, and local levels, as well as Tea Party activists, are ignoring the calls by GOP politicians to...
  • Freep this poll (Should Santorum Concede Romney is Inevitable...Yet?)

    03/26/2012 7:32:37 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 35 replies · 41+ views
    West Des Monies Patch ^ | 3/26/12 | Scott Raynor
    Vote no! Should Santorum Concede Romney is Inevitable...Yet? Vote no!
  • Plouffe: Romney 'Godfather' of Obamacare

    03/26/2012 6:35:36 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 13 replies · 18+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 3/26/12 | Paul Scicchitano
    White House senior adviser David Plouffe on Sunday labeled Mitt Romney the “godfather” of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law. Plouffe, running interference for Obamacare with appearances on four talk shows on the eve of Supreme Court arguments on the law, said the administration is “confident in the constitutionality” of President Obama’s signature legislation. “By the way, Mitt Romney’s the godfather of our healthcare plan. If he’s president, remarkably, he’s running away from that past. And he’s going to say he’s going to try and throw all this away,” Plouffe declared on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” All of the GOP presidential...
  • Rick Santorum lashes out at New York Times reporter

    03/26/2012 6:26:21 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 34 replies · 36+ views
    politco ^ | 3-25-12 | By JUANA SUMMERS
    FRANKSVILLE, Wis. — On the eve of the U.S. Supreme Court’s debate over the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s health care law, Rick Santorum declared that Mitt Romney’s support for a similar law in Massachusetts made him “the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama.” But when pressed by reporters about the sharp statement, Santorum grew agitated, saying that his comments regarding Romney were confined to the issue of health care. “Quit distorting my words. It’s bull——,” Santorum told a New York Times reporter who pressed the question. [snip] In response to repeated questions on the...
  • Roland Martin Tells David Steinberg...He Should Get 'Shock Therapy' for 'Mental Health Issues'

    03/26/2012 6:14:14 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 3 replies · 2+ views
    newsbusters ^ | 3/25/12 | Tom Blumer
    Less than two weeks after his suspension for previous intemperate tweets was lifted, CNN's Roland Martin was engaging in personally insulting "mis-tweetment" again this afternoon with PJ Media's David Steinberg. In a series of tweets at around 5 p.m. tonight seen after the jump, Steinberg criticized Martin for spending so much time on the press's Trayvon Martin obsession -- where one person tragically died -- while ignoring the impact and meaning of the documents leaked by an unnamed Department of Justice official relating to the Fast and Furious "gunwalking" scandal -- as a result of which "at least 300 Mexicans,...
  • Middle School Students Forced to Support Obama Campaign

    03/23/2012 7:14:22 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 49 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 3/22/12 | Rachel Pulaski
    A middle school teacher in Fairfax, VA forced the students in his civics honor class to perform research on Republican presidential candidates to find their “weaknesses” The students research was then sent to the Obama campaign. The Daily Caller reported. The 8th grade students, who attend Liberty Middle School in Fairfax County, were required to seek out the vulnerabilities of Republican presidentialhopeful and forward them to the Obama campaign. “This assignment was just creepy beyond belief — like something out of East Germany during the Cold War,” one frustrated father, who asked for his family to remain anonymous, told The...
  • Rep. Peter King: Iran May Have ‘Hundreds’ of Hezbollah Agents In America

    03/23/2012 6:57:39 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 20 replies · 1+ views
    The Blaze ^ | 3/22/12 | Billy Hallowell
    It’s widely known that Iranian relations with the West are less-than-stellar. But is it possible that the Middle Eastern nation is so adamant about its opposition to America that its leaders would be willing to secretly slip hundreds of secret, terrorist-friendly agents inside of America? Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) thinks so, as this is precisely what he claimed during a House Committee on Homeland Security meeting on Wednesday (King chairs this committee). “We have a duty to prepare for the worst,” he said during the meeting’s opening, going on to warn about the hundreds of agents that could already be...
  • ‘Democrats, Socialists and Communists…We Are All Together’: Piven Draws Chilling Connections

    03/23/2012 6:49:00 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 21 replies · 2+ views
    The Blaze ^ | 3/22/12 | Benny Johnson
    At last weekend’s Left Forum 2012, the annual pep-rally for liberal thought, renown leftist professor and activist Frances Fox Piven shown some light onto the makeup of the current America Left. In this minute of audio, Piven tells the packed auditorium which worldview philosophies embody their movement: “There is room for all of us. Religious leftists, people who think peace is the answer, those who think that wholesome food is what we really need, ecologists and old-fashioned Democrats, Democratic Socialists, Socialists and Communists.” Piven goes on to discuss the major undertaking that the leftist movement is working on and why...
  • Santorum Says Fox News Is ‘Shilling for Romney Everyday’

    03/13/2012 1:43:33 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 60 replies
    The Blaze ^ | 3-13-12 | Tiffani Gabbay
    During an appearance on Brian Kilmeade’s radio program Tuesday, GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum accused the Fox network of “shilling” for his rival, Mitt Romney. “The man has had a ten-to-one money advantage,” Santorum said of Romney on the show. “He’s had all the organizational advantage. He has Fox News shilling for him every day — no offense, Brian, but I see it — and yet, he can‘t seal the deal because he just doesn’t have the goods to be able to motivate the Republican base and win this election.” Kilmeade, however, defended his network, qualifying that Romney’s campaign responds...
  • 'Game Change' or 'The Undefeated'? Which Was Right?

    03/13/2012 12:00:55 AM PDT · by Mozilla · 22 replies
    yahoo ^ | March 13 2012 | Professor John A. Tures, LaGrange College
    Over the weekend, HBO ran "Game Change," the film documenting the McCain campaign decision to put Sarah Palin on the ticket in the 2008 election. Opposite of this was the film "The Undefeated," a pro-Palin documentary trumpeting her accomplishments. Watching both, you'd think they were talking about two completely different people. "Game Change" was based upon a book about the 2008 election by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, published two years ago. It shows ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as an earnest, warm character, even sympathetic in many respects. It also showed that she was way over her head, lacking basic...
  • Independent voters and moderate sheep in the GOP are really Democrats. (Vanity)

    03/07/2012 2:56:22 AM PST · by Mozilla · 6 replies
    3/7/12 | Mozilla
    The country is suicidal now and in may ways is actively seeking some sort of conflict when Obama gets re-elected. I say conflict because re-electing Obama will bring problems and the good people who get what is happening won't stand by and let it go further. But a lot of "misguided" people who might "dislike" Obama and vote "republican" are still wanting statist, government policies. So these idiots, no friends of mine, like losers like Romney, who is really Obama's twin brother. Plus many of the primaries are is statist un-american states like Arizona, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Florida....
  • Talker Mike Malloy Under Fire For Comments About Tornado Victims

    03/05/2012 5:47:38 PM PST · by Mozilla · 48 replies ^ | March 5, 2012 | Staff
    Syndicated liberal talker MIKE MALLOY may have his own controversy, as LIMBAUGH supporters point out that MALLOY made comments FRIDAY that painted victims of that day's deadly tornadoes as "little grease spots on the pavement" put there by "their God." MALLOY's comments, reported by BRIAN MALONEY's RADIO EQUALIZER site, included, "They keep being killed, you know, their God, if this is where they want to look at it, keeps smashing them into little grease spots on the pavement in -- uh -- uh -- in -- in, you know, in ALABAMA and MISSISSIPPI and ARKANSAS and, uh, GEORGIA and, uh,...
  • Sarah Palin nominated for Razzie

    02/26/2012 3:15:30 PM PST · by Mozilla · 32 replies
    politico ^ | Feb. 26, 2012 | DAVID COHEN
    The former vice presidential candidate was nominated Saturday for a Golden Raspberry Award as worst actress for her “performance” in the documentary “The Undefeated,” a film about her political career. The tongue-in-cheek Razzies, which purport to salute the worst in the world of movies each year, typically are presented the day before the Academy Awards but their schedule was shifted this year - the nominees were released Saturday and the winners (or losers, depending on how you look at it) are to be announced April 1. Alaska’s former governor, if she were to give this any thought at all, could...
  • Santorum: Drudge headline was a joke, absurd

    02/22/2012 9:19:33 AM PST · by Mozilla · 43 replies · 1+ views
    This is the video I’ve been waiting for all day. After his speech tonight, Santorum was asked by CNN reporters about the Drudge headline today (“SANTORUM’S SATAN WARNING”). He responded by saying “It’s a joke…it’s absurd.” He then said: I’m a person of faith. I believe in good and evil. If somehow or another because you’re a person of faith and you believe in good and evil is a disqualifier for president, we’re going to have a very small pool of candidates who can run for president. But after they persisted, Santorum then challenged the media and said they can...
  • Romney vs. Santorum: Class warfare in the GOP

    02/18/2012 2:05:58 PM PST · by Mozilla · 7 replies
    CSMonitor ^ | February 18 2012 | By Brad Knickerbocker,
    There are four candidates left standing in the GOP presidential nomination contest. But it’s really come down to a two-man race heading toward primary elections in Arizona and Michigan, then on to Super Tuesday with ten more contests and a lot more convention delegates than have been at stake so far. For recently surging Rick Santorum and Republican establishment favorite Mitt Romney, the battle at this point couldn’t be closer or more important. Michigan – Romney’s nominal home state (although he hasn’t lived there for years and was most notably governor of Massachusetts) could be make-or-break. The headline this week...
  • Santorum Questions Obama’s Christian Values

    02/18/2012 1:48:32 PM PST · by Mozilla · 62 replies
    WBUR ^ | Feb. 18, 2012 | AP
    COLUMBUS, Ohio — White House candidate Rick Santorum on Saturday questioned President Barack Obama’s Christian values and attacked GOP rival Mitt Romney’s Olympics leadership as he courted tea party activists and evangelical voters in Ohio, “ground zero” in the 2012 nomination fight. Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator known for his social conservative policies, said that Obama’s agenda is “not about you. It’s not about your quality of life. It’s not about your jobs. It’s about some phony ideal. Some phony theology. Not a theology based on the Bible. A different theology.” Obama campaign deputy press secretary Ben Labolt said Santorum’s...
  • Herman Cain rallies Georgia crowd for Newt Gingrich

    02/18/2012 1:42:15 PM PST · by Mozilla · 7 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 2-18-12 | Juliet Eilperin
    CUMMING, Ga.— Herman Cain may no longer be seeking the GOP presidential nomination, but he still has plenty of fans in Georgia. The erstwhile presidential candidate received a standing ovation at South Forsyth High School, where he introduced former House speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) at a county precinct meeting. “You know, I knew I had some friends in Forsyth County,” Cain said, as the crowd cheered. “But we’re here because we believe Newt Gingrich should be the next president of the United States in America.” “And contrary to what the mainstream, lame-stream, lapdog media want you to believe, he can...
  • New MSNBC Motto? Boss Says 'I Don't Care About Journalists'

    02/15/2012 4:51:30 PM PST · by Mozilla · 14 replies
    newsbusters ^ | 2-15-12 | Tim Graham
    MSNBC president Phil Griffin shocked the media elite by telling Eric Deggans of the Tampa Bay Times that you don't need to build a career in journalism to star at MSNBC. "I'm sorry, I don't care about journalists. … I want fair-minded, smart people who understand the world and can interpret it," he said. "If they're journalists, great. This notion that you somehow you have to have done something to earn so-called journalists' credentials? Stop." They seemed to miss the hilarious part of that passage. That MSNBC has been looking for "fair-minded smart people" and then they hired Al Sharpton....
  • Some Conservatives Are Upset Over Fox News’ Alleged Move To The Left

    02/15/2012 4:34:44 PM PST · by Mozilla · 50 replies · 1+ views
    Mediaite ^ | 2-15-12 | Nando Di Fino
    On Tuesday, POLITICO’s Keach Hagey published a story on Fox News’ “course correction” — a Roger Ailes-backed move — that has many conservatives up in arms. This “Fox moves left” theme is nothing new; last month an activist group called for the re-hiring of Glenn Beck after the network brought in Sally Kohn as a contributor. Hagey found a contingent of people at CPAC who felt that Fox News’ perceived move to the center had lessened the enjoyment of their viewing experience. These former devotees have decided to turn instead to the Internet and Roku boxes to get their fill...
  • New SION/AFDI billboard counters Islamic supremacist whitewash of Sharia

    02/09/2012 12:14:25 PM PST · by Mozilla · 4 replies ^ | 2-9-12 | Robert Spencer
    A patriotic organization is launching a billboard campaign intended to undermine the efforts to advertise and promote Shariah, the Islamic law that calls for beheadings, executions and amputations, across America. The group, Stop Islamization of Nations, is buying ad space for a billboard calling on people to learn the dark side of Shariah law. The effort’s leader, Pamela Geller, says her group, has one real purpose – to counter the impact of the pro-Shariah billboard campaign of the Islamic Circle or North America, an alleged Muslim Brotherhood front organization. “ICNA is a Muslim Brotherhood group, according to a captured internal...
  • Full Speech: Marco Rubio at CPAC 2012

    02/09/2012 10:41:25 AM PST · by Mozilla · 23 replies
    The right scoop ^ | 2-9-12 | The Right Scoop
    Marco Rubio gave an amazing speech this morning called Is America Still An Exceptional Nation?. It has to be one of the best speeches I’ve heard from Rubio and could have been easily been the keynote.
  • Scarborough: Newt Gingrich will survive beyond Florida loss

    01/30/2012 8:10:34 AM PST · by Mozilla · 23 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 1/30/12 | Jeff Poor
    Last week in his Politico column, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough wrote that “only three species destined to survive a nuclear holocaust will be cockroaches, Cher and Newton Leroy Gingrich,” referring to the sustainability of Gingrich’s campaign. The Real Clear Politics polling average for the upcoming Florida primary contest shows former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with an expanding lead. And even if that should hold up in Tuesday’s outcome, Scarborough wrote, don’t expect former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to drop out. “And let me tell you something, a 20-point loss in Florida — that’s not a nuclear holocaust,” Scarborough...
  • Tea Party Patriots straw poll: Santorum nomination would generate most enthusiasm

    01/30/2012 8:05:48 AM PST · by Mozilla · 11 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 1/30/12 | Alexis Levinson
    Florida tea partiers would be most enthusiastic if former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum won the Republican presidential nomination, according to a straw poll conducted Sunday night by the Tea Party Patriots organization. The straw poll was conducted following a conference call during which Santorum, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and answered questions and made their pitch to the call’s participants. Texas Rep. Ron Paul was invited to participate, but was unable to do so. Callers were asked to rank their enthusiasm for each of the candidates receiving the nomination on a scale of...
  • Matthew Broderick Brings Back Ferris Bueller for Honda's Super Bowl Ad

    01/30/2012 7:59:41 AM PST · by Mozilla · 22 replies ^ | 1/30/12 | Tim Nudd
    In what's quickly becoming the most talked-out Super Bowl commercial of the year – a week before it even airs – Matthew Broderick will bring back his old Ferris Bueller character in a new ad for Honda this Sunday night during the NBC telecast. Auto blog Jalopnik revealed the source of a teaser ad last Friday. So, Honda decided to release the extended version of the commercial online on Monday – and it's a two-minute-plus homage to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the original 1986 film, with Broderick this time calling in sick to a film shoot and enjoying another day...
  • George Soros: there 'isn’t all that much difference' between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama

    01/29/2012 9:34:31 PM PST · by Mozilla · 20 replies · 1+ views ^ | 1-29-12 | staff
    This isn't exactly the kind of endorsement the Romney campaign is looking for. It's probably even less welcome than the purported nod for Newt Gingrich from crooked GOP congressman Randy "Duke" Cunningham sent from his jail cell. Speaking in Davos, gathering place for the global elites and upscale chattering classes, billionaire investor George Soros - loathed by conservative activists for his "zillion-dollar left-wing radical agenda machine" - seemed to be pretty much OK with the notion of a Romney presidency. "Well, look, either you’ll have an extremist conservative, be it Gingrich or Santorum, in which case I think it will...