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  • Rep. Keith Ellison: Trump ‘Worst Republican Nominee Since George Wallace’

    07/24/2016 10:06:42 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 97 replies
    Legal Insurrection ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    On the off chance that far-left Dem congressman Keith Ellison is on your holiday shopping list, we have the perfect gift suggestion: a good biography of George Wallace. On today’s This Week, Ellison claimed that Donald Trump was “the worst Republican nominee since George Wallace.” Just one small problem, of course. As Republican Rep. Tom Cole pointed out, Wallace was a Democrat who sought the Dem presidential nomination [multiple times] and even addressed the Democratic National Convention [in 1972.] Ruh-roh! View the video here.
  • What Donald Trump's Win In South Carolina Says About The Republican Party (Compares to Wallace)

    02/20/2016 6:09:49 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 44 replies
    The Huffington Post's Huffpost Politics ^ | February 20, 2016 | Igor Bobic and Ryan Grim
    Donald Trump comfortably defeated his Republican presidential rivals on Saturday in South Carolina's GOP primary. Trump's resounding victory isn't simply a boon to his prospects for winning the Republican presidential nomination, an outcome once thought impossible that is looking increasingly more plausible. It is also an embarrassing repudiation of conservative orthodoxy that has dominated Republican politics for decades. It suggests that the party's intellectual leaders, who organized the base around the National Review/Weekly Standard consensus -- small government, free trade, pro-Israel, deregulation, low taxes, social conservatism and an aggressive foreign policy -- have been generals of a phantom army. The...
  • Bloomberg Guest: Forces In Trump Fans 'More Animalistic Than Human'

    12/11/2015 4:20:21 PM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 50 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    It's one thing to dump on Trump, as author Rick Perlstein did on today's With All Due Respect, calling The Donald a modern-day George Wallace, and floating "fascism" about him. But Perlstein took things a nasty step further, denigrating Trump supporters in the ugliest terms. Per Perlstein, Trump has unleashed forces in his supporters "that are more animalistic than human." Perlstein added that spectacle of the US losing to ISIS has filled Trump fans with "childlike, impotent rage." View the video here.
  • George Will Compares Kim Davis to Segregationist George Wallace

    09/07/2015 1:54:20 PM PDT · by Ray76 · 73 replies
    Breitbart ^ | Sep 6, 2015 | Pam Key
    On “Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace,” Washington Post columnist George Will said Rowan Co., KY clerk Kim Davis, who is being jailed for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, is much like segregationist governors Orval Faubus and George Wallace, who attempted to defy racial integration of schools ruled on by the Supreme Court.
  • Gov. Robert Bentley's Wife Filing for Divorce

    08/29/2015 11:44:12 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 56 replies ^ | 8/29
    Gov. Robert Bentley's wife of 50 years, Dianne, today filed for divorce, saying "their marriage has suffered an irretrievable breakdown," according to court records. The couple, both 72, were married in 1965 and have four children. Alabama's First Lady files for divorce Alabama Governor Robert Bentley's wife, Diane, files for divorce citing "complete incompatibility." The filing cites "complete incompatibility of temperament" and states they have been separated since January. The filing also lists her address as Tuscaloosa and his as Montgomery. "There exists a conflict of personalities which destroys the legitimate aims of matrimony and all possibilities of reconciliation are...
  • Martin Schram - Trump's campaign crowds are America's new reality

    07/26/2015 4:57:56 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 79 replies
    The Crescent-News ^ | July 26, 2015 | Martin Schram, op-ed columnist for Tribune News Service
    It isn't hard to figure out what's driving the so-called Donald Trump phenomenon that just prompted one-quarter of America's likely Republican voters to say in a poll he's the one they want to be our commander-in-chief. What's harder to figure out is why the Trump phenomenon blindsided the Republican Party's presidential pack, the working press and the parasitic punditocracy. And why we keep being surprised every time this happens. After all, this political driving force isn't really about The Donald or his billions; and it is as old as politics itself. It's about the way things happen -- and often...
  • Al Hunt Calls Trump a Modern-Day 'George Wallace'

    07/13/2015 5:00:11 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 70 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    Liberal media types like Al Hunt haven't called Donald Trump a Hitler. Yet. But Judy Woodruff's husband has branded Trump a modern-day version of an iconic personification of racism. On today's Morning Joe, Hunt declared that Trump is "George Curley Wallace, 40 years later." View the video here.
  • What Liberals Still Don’t Understand About Fox News

    05/26/2015 1:30:05 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 48 replies
    Politico ^ | May 24, 2015 | Jack Schafer
    Annd it came to pass that the earth turned and another campaign season spun into view and the liberal commentariat rose from its siesta to begin its usual moping about the perverse political powers wielded by the Fox News Channel. This time, the sentinel waking the commentariat to the alleged Fox menace is not a liberal but a self-described conservative, Bruce Bartlett. Bartlett, a prolific writer on politics and economics who has worked for congressional Republicans (Ron Paul and Jack Kemp), Republican presidents, (Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush) and conservative and libertarian policy shops, broke with his party a...
  • Tim Cook on meeting George Wallace as teen: 'It felt wrong, like I was selling a piece of my soul'

    05/17/2015 9:36:42 PM PDT · by boycott · 60 replies ^ | May 17, 2015 | Crystal Bonvillian
    Apple CEO and Alabama native Tim Cook had some choice words on Sunday about meeting former Alabama Gov. George Wallace when he was a teenager. Cook, the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company, spoke of Wallace during a commencement address he gave at George Washington University. According to Business Insider, the Robertsdale native told the graduating class an anecdote about visiting Washington, D.C., as a 16-year-old who had won an essay contest at school. Before leaving for D.C., Cook had the chance to go to Montgomery and meet Wallace, who was notorious for his opposition to racial...
  • Caption This Picture (41 and 42 in 1983)

    12/26/2014 9:53:52 PM PST · by MinorityRepublican · 26 replies
    Twitter ^ | Michael Beschloss
  • Politico Mag Implies George Wallace Was GOP, Blames Country's Divisions Entirely on Whites'...

    09/30/2014 11:01:44 AM PDT · by BeadCounter · 51 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | September 30, 2014 | Tom Blumer
    A number of center-right and New Media outlets have noted Politico Magazine's disingenuousness in the opening photograph in its "Race and the Modern GOP" article. At the item's top is the iconic "Stand in the Schoolhouse Door" photo showing onetime segregationist Alabama Governor George Wallace "try(ing) to block the entry of two black students" into the University of Alabama. The aforementioned article title appears beneath the words "History Dept." The magazine is clearly trying to lead anyone not old enough to remember or anyone unfamiliar with U.S. history to believe that Wallace, who ran for president as a Democrat in...
  • Salon Photo Implies That George Wallace Was a Republican

    09/12/2014 2:27:37 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 28 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | September 12, 2014 | P.J. Gladnick
    "It's disgusting." That was Salon writer Heather Digby Parton's declaration that Southern Republicans simply don’t want minorities to vote. Hey, Heather, I'll tell you what's disgusting. Your attempt to smear Republicans as racists based on historical "facts" that are completely inaccurate starting with including a photo (after the jump) of George Wallace along with Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan as Republicans who supposedly wanted to suppress the vote. News flash! George Wallace, like Ku Klux Klan Kleagle Robert Byrd, was never a Republican. I hate to break it to you but he was a Democrat. In addition to the misleading...
  • The other Ryan: the candidate’s wife, Janna

    08/12/2012 2:59:38 PM PDT · by NYer · 67 replies
    The Deacon's Bench ^ | August 12, 2012 | Deacon Greg Kandra
    An interesting glimpse at Paul Ryan’s wife, from the Washington Post: Janna Ryan, wife of Republican vice presidential pick Rep. Paul Ryan, is the poster girl for Generation X women who wanted to have it all.Ryan, 43, like many of her 40-something peers, is a stay-at-home mother with an impressive resume. She prefers her husband’s hometown, Janesville, Wis., to Washington and remains out of the political limelight.But Janna Christine Little Ryan hails from Oklahoma, a state known for its Will Rogers’s common-sense ideals mixed with a smidgen of Wild West attitude.She grew up Madill, Okla., in the southern part of...
  • Schultz Guest Grayson: Gingrich Running Most 'Overtly Racist' Campaign Since George Wallace

    01/25/2012 6:34:23 PM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 22 replies · 1+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    Go ahead, call it shooting fish in a barrel. As soon as Ed Schultz mentioned at the top of his MSNBC show this evening that Alan Grayson would be a guest, you knew the former Dem congressman from Florida would say something outrageous. Sure enough, the guy who was roundly defeated last time around—but is giving it another go—delivered, claiming that Newt Gingrich is running "the most overtly racist campaign" since George Wallace. Grayson also managed to work in a reference to the Ten Commandment's prohibition of adultery. View the video here.
  • Sinise's 'George Wallace' makes DVD debut

    01/23/2009 11:14:00 AM PST · by EveningStar · 22 replies · 176+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | January 23, 2009 | Sonny Bunch
    It might seem counterintuitive to highlight the DVD release of a biopic about one of the South's most powerful voices for segregation this close to the federal celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day -- not to mention days after the inauguration of our first black president. But "George Wallace," the 1997 TNT miniseries now available on DVD for the first time, is an enduring historical document and a testament to just how much progress America has made in recent decades.
  • Former Alabama first lady Cornelia Wallace dies

    01/10/2009 11:41:22 PM PST · by Impy · 18 replies · 1,211+ views
    The AP ^ | 1-9-08 | PHILLIP RAWLS
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Former Alabama first lady Cornelia Wallace, who threw herself over Gov. George C. Wallace when he was shot in a 1972 assassination attempt, has died in Sebring, Fla. She was 69.
  • Ex-Ala. first lady Wallace dies at 69

    01/10/2009 11:39:33 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 2 replies · 736+ views
    The Nashua Telegraph / The Associated Press ^ | January 10, 2009 | Phillip Rawls
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Former Alabama first lady Cornelia Wallace, who threw herself over Gov. George C. Wallace when he was shot in a 1972 assassination attempt, has died in Sebring, Fla. She was 69. Wallace's cousin, Melissa Boyen, said the former first lady died Thursday from cancer. Cornelia Wallace was the niece of two-term Gov. James E. "Big Jim" Folsom. The dark-haired beauty, known simply as "C'nelia," married George Wallace on Jan. 4, 1971 – just days before he began his second term as governor. It was the second marriage for both. The union marked a merger between Alabama's two...
  • Barack Obama as George Wallace

    10/12/2008 1:45:44 PM PDT · by blf1776 · 10 replies · 400+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | September 27, 2008 | Michael Boyer
    For those who don't remember, or for those who never knew, there were two George Wallaces who ran Alabama state government for two decades and ran for president in three national elections. There was the old George Wallace and the new George Wallace. The old George Wallace defined himself early on in 1963 at his first inauguration: "Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever." Then there was the new George Wallace, who felt that the attempt on his life was "a message from God" to specifically "set me straight." He morphed into a racial liberal unlike any political transformation in the...
  • What's next for Texas' superhighway?

    04/20/2008 1:26:27 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 48 replies · 822+ views ^ | April 20, 2008 | Nolan Clay
    For years, Texas has been planning a privately financed super turnpike from Mexico to the Oklahoma border. But like rush-hour traffic, the plan for a Trans-Texas Corridor is only inching along. "It ran into a firestorm of controversy in Texas,” said Neal McCaleb, a former Oklahoma transportation secretary. Critics have a wide range of concerns about the corridor, which has a key stretch that would parallel Interstate 35. (Another stretch would extend from the Texarkana/Shreveport area to Mexico.) Particularly upset are landowners who may be in the corridor's path. The Texas Transportation Department calls many concerns myths. The department says,...
  • Man Who Shot Gov. George Wallace In 1972 Released

    11/09/2007 7:36:21 AM PST · by ConorMacNessa · 63 replies · 91+ views
    WBAL TV News (Baltimore, MD) ^ | 10:23 am EST November 8, 2007
    HAGERSTOWN, Md. -- A Maryland prison system spokesman said the man who shot and wounded presidential candidate George Wallace in 1972 during a campaign stop has been released. Link: Wikipedia Entry On Bremer, '72 Shooting Arthur H. Bremer shot Wallace during a presidential campaign stop in Laurel, Md. Spokesman Mark A. Vernarelli said Bremer left the prison before sunrise Friday after serving 35 years of his sentence. Bremer, a former busboy and janitor, was convicted of attempted murder in the shooting and was sentenced to 53 years. He had been held at the medium-security Maryland Correctional Institution near Hagerstown, about...
  • Wallace's shooter may be released from prison

    09/04/2007 12:15:46 PM PDT · by Santa Fe_Conservative · 7 replies · 692+ views
    The South Alabamian ^ | 8/31/07 | Bob Martin
    George Wallace, Jr. revealed a poignant moment in the life of his father last week following the story that the former governor's assailant, Arthur Bremer, was to be released from prison in Maryland later this year. Wallace told Mobile Press-Register capitol reporter Brian Lyman, who first broke the story, that his father wrote Bremer in 1995 telling him that he forgave him. Lyman quoted the younger Wallace as saying…"I asked my father about it one night, and he didn't hesitate. He said, 'Oh son, if I can't forgive him, the Lord won't forgive me." Bremer, a 21-year-old bus boy and...
  • Release of Wallace shooter rekindles conspiracy talk [Nixon did it]

    09/03/2007 5:36:49 PM PDT · by SJackson · 32 replies · 956+ views
    Capital Times ^ | 8/31/2007 | Joel McNally
    In these days of 24-hour news cycles churning out forgettable headlines about interchangeable celebrities of no importance, it's nostalgic to be reminded of a time when sensational news spawned complicated conspiracy theories that could be followed for years. Arthur Bremer, an emotionally troubled young busboy from Milwaukee convicted 35 years ago of attempting to assassinate segregationist Alabama Gov. George Wallace, will be released from prison this year. Today's reporters probably only dimly remember Bremer or the serious speculation that he could have been a patsy at the center of a criminal conspiracy masterminded by former CIA operatives working for the...
  • Man who shot Gov. Wallace to be released from Md. prison

    08/23/2007 9:56:52 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 13 replies · 1,005+ views
    AP ^ | August 23, 2007 | Ben Nuckols
    Arthur Bremer, who shot and paralyzed Alabama Gov. George Wallace in 1972, will be released from a Maryland prison this year. "It appears at this point in time that Arthur Bremer will be leaving the Maryland Division of Corrections sometime in late 2007," said Mark Vernarelli, director of public information for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. "He has served all of the sentence for which he can be held." Bremer, who turned 57 this week, is scheduled for release on Dec. 16 from the Maryland Correctional Institute-Hagerstown, said Rae Sheeley, a case management specialist at the...
  • Arthur Bremer due to be released

    08/23/2007 8:17:54 AM PDT · by RightWhale · 66 replies · 1,888+ views
    ABC Radio News | 23 Aug 07 | ABC Radio news 21-year-old Arthur Bremer shot Alabama governor George Wallace at a presidential campaign rally in Laurel, Maryland on 15 May 1972. Arthur Bremer, 57, is due to be released after serving 35 years of the 53 year sentence for the attempted assassination of George Wallace.
  • NY Times Riffs on 'Segregation Now' Speech to Slur Immigration-Law Opponents

    06/09/2007 6:31:33 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 23 replies · 1,491+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    "Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever." - George Wallace, from his 1963 inaugural speech as Governor of Alabama. "No amnesty today, no amnesty tomorrow, no amnesty ever." - New York Times editorial, June 9th, 2007, describing opponents of the proposed immigration law.If you oppose the proposed immigration law that, "pathway to citizenship" aside, would immediately give legal status to millions of illegal immigrants, you're not merely wrong. In the eyes of the New York Times, you're a knuckle-dragging nativist, no better than hard-core segregationists of the Jim Crow era. That is the message of A Failure of Leadership, the Times'...
  • {Perry} Hooper Winner in Bitter Contest {for AL Public Service Commission}}

    07/19/2006 6:14:56 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 11 replies · 599+ views
    Mobile, AL, Register ^ | 07-19-06 | Raines, Ben
    Hooper winner in bitter contest Wednesday, July 19, 2006 By BEN RAINES Staff Reporter Perry Hooper Jr. defeated John Amari in Tuesday's runoff election, earning the Republican nomination for the state Public Service Commission, Place 2. Hooper will face Democrat Susan Parker, a former state auditor, in the Nov. 7 general election. Amari and Hooper fought a bitter contest, notable for the rancor expended bashing each other, especially in the days before the June 6 primary. Hooper led the primary race, with Amari second and former PSC employee Jack Hornaday a close third. "I look forward to carrying my message...
  • Alabama Runoff Election Results

    07/18/2006 6:29:53 PM PDT · by AmericanMade1776 · 38 replies · 1,579+ views ^ | July 18,2006
    Latest Results from The Associated Press State races • Results: Statewide races | County-by-county results | Full results | Primary elections • County races: Jefferson | Shelby | St. Clair | Limestone | Morgan | Marshall | Jackson | Mobile Updated Every 10 Minutes: Reload for latest information. Lieutenant Governor 819 of 2,727 Precincts Reporting Winner Candidate Party Votes % of Total Luther Strange GOP 35,418 54.50% George Wallace GOP 29,570 45.50%
  • Kerry Plays The Race Card

    01/29/2006 10:41:36 AM PST · by george76 · 52 replies · 2,512+ views
    National Review ^ | 01/27 | Wendy Long
    Democrats — at least those seeking the Democratic nomination for president and those who are desperate for money from extremist Left deep pockets — are trying to "out-Liberal" each other on the Alito nomination, even when it is clear a bipartisan majority of senators intend to make the Judge Alito "Justice Alito" in just a few days. John Kerry, after launching the first international filibuster from the slopes of the Swiss Alps with the help of Ted Kennedy, gave a speech earlier on the Senate floor that rivals Kennedy’s 1987 smear of Judge Bork. Kennedy claimed that in “Judge Bork’s...
  • Riley says (Roy) Moore sought protection for monument.

    12/21/2005 10:23:14 AM PST · by AzaleaCity5691 · 149 replies · 1,830+ views
    The Mobile Register ^ | December 21, 2005 | Bill Barrow
    Riley says Moore sought protection for monument Wednesday, December 21, 2005 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- During the peak of public protests over removal of the Ten Commandments from the Alabama Judicial Building, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore sent an emissary who asked Gov. Bob Riley to call out Alabama National Guard troops to protect the 5,280-pound rock, according to the governor. "That's where Roy and I parted ways," Riley told the Mobile Register of his chief opponent in the upcoming 2006 Republican primary for governor. Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Terry Butts, who came to...
  • Reddy Finney, Joe Enge, and the US Constitution

    11/05/2005 9:24:44 AM PST · by Congressman Billybob · 11 replies · 1,638+ views
    Special to FreeRepublic ^ | 6 November 2005 | John Armor (Congressman Billybob)
    The Carson City, Nevada, school administrators are attempting to fire an award-winning history teacher, Joe Enge. Why should that matter to you? I’ll combine his story with that of my 11th grade history teacher. Maybe you’ll agree this matters to everyone who cares about the future of America. In Carson City schools, administrators insist that history teachers begin teaching American history with the Civil War. Joe Enge, an 11th grade teacher there who’s written two history books and has served on a statewide board on history teaching, disagrees. He begins at the beginning, teaching his students about the American Revolution,...
  • Civil Rights Pioneer Vivian Jones Dies

    10/13/2005 12:52:33 PM PDT · by Borges · 7 replies · 418+ views
    ATLANTA — Vivian Malone Jones, one of two black students whose effort to enroll at the University of Alabama led to George Wallace's infamous "stand in the schoolhouse door" in 1963, died Thursday. She was 63. Jones, who went on to become the first black to graduate from the school, died at Atlanta Medical Center, where she had been admitted Tuesday after suffering a stroke, said her sister, Sharon Malone. "She was absolutely fine Monday," Sharon Malone said. Jones, a retired federal worker who lived in Atlanta, grew up in Mobile, Ala. She had enrolled at historically black Alabama A&M...
  • Actor George Wallace dies at 88 (Commando Cody)

    07/27/2005 7:19:48 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 16 replies · 1,214+ views
    AP on Bakersfield Californian ^ | 7/27/05 | AP - Los Angeles
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - George Wallace, an actor whose career spanned 50 years and was best known as Commando Cody in the film serial "Radar Men from the Moon," has died. He was 88. Wallace died Friday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles of complications following injuries when he fell during a vacation in Pisa, Italy, said his wife, actress Jane Johnston. Born in New York City in 1917, Wallace moved to West Virginia where he worked in the coal mines and joined the Civilian Conservation Corps. In 1936, he joined the Navy, serving for eight years. The one-time...
  • (George) Wallace (Jr.) to run for Baxley's job. (as a Republican)

    06/24/2005 10:45:33 AM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 33 replies · 1,243+ views
    The Mobile Register ^ | June 24, 2005 | Sallie Owen
    Wallace to run for Baxley's job Friday, June 24, 2005 By SALLIE OWEN Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- Public Service Commissioner George Wallace Jr., son of two previous governors, said he is running for lieutenant governor in the Republican primary next June. A recent survey indicates he has unusually high support among labor and minority voters for a GOP candidate, so Wallace said he would "strengthen the party's ticket." Despite the position's reduced influence, Wallace, 53, said there is room for him to make an impact. "The lieutenant governor can be more proactive and innovative," he said. The office's primary duty...
  • Tape captures Nixon-Felt conversation about Wallace assassination attempt

    06/09/2005 2:58:33 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 8 replies · 1,039+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 6/9/05 | Pete Yost - AP
    WASHINGTON (AP) - In a phone call between President Nixon and the man who would become "Deep Throat," the president instructed FBI official Mark Felt to aggressively pursue the case against the gunman who shot George Wallace. There must be no public suspicion of a cover-up, Nixon said, in the wounding of the Alabama governor who was then running for president. The May 15, 1972, phone call is believed to be the only tape-recorded conversation between Nixon and Felt, the No. 2 FBI official. Nixon expressed satisfaction when Felt told him the suspect had some cuts and bruises. "I hope...
  • Rush Limbaugh: Media Mandate: "Whatever It Takes" (Rush nails Dan Ratherbiased on Watergate)

    06/03/2005 9:11:40 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 46 replies · 2,080+ views ^ | 6/3/05 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: Let's start with this Watergate stuff. Get this. This is a story from WBAL TV, Channel 11 in Baltimore. "The former FBI official who revealed himself this week as Deep Throat apparently also leaked information to The Washington Post about two of the biggest stories in Maryland in the 1970s. Post reporter Bob Woodward wrote in Thursday's paper that Mark Felt told him in the spring of 1972 during the Watergate investigation that the FBI had some information that Vice President Spiro Agnew had received a $2,500 bribe. The tip produced no story, but Agnew resigned in 1973 upon...
  • Ralph Nader Defends Mcclintock (My Title)

    09/26/2003 8:55:16 PM PDT · by South40 · 47 replies · 431+ views
    SFGate ^ | 9/26/03
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- As a growing number of GOP heavyweights rally behind Republican gubernatorial hopeful Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sen. Tom McClintock risks being labeled a "spoiler" if his candidacy costs the Republicans the election.</p> <p>But former Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader, widely considered a spoiler for taking votes from Democrat Al Gore in the 2000 election, said dropping out now would cost McClintock a major loss of integrity.</p>
  • Dean May Be a Leftie, But He's No McGovern, Mondale or Dukakis - He's a George Wallace

    09/26/2003 6:00:13 PM PDT · by ComtedeMaistre · 13 replies · 230+ views
    A friend in New Hampshire who attended one of Dean's campaign rallies out of curiosity, commented that he cannot remember a situation where he saw so many angry and resentful white people. In a recent speech, Dean compared the situation of Americans today, to that of Americans during the Revolutionary War, in that in both eras, America was under the rule of oppressive kings named George. Dean's political campaigning style sounded familiar. I scratched my head and tried to figure out which past politician had the style of Dean. Then it occurred to me...of course...George Wallace in '68. Dean is...
  • The Antiwar Movement's Nazi Connection

    04/25/2003 7:20:21 AM PDT · by Pyro7480 · 34 replies · 541+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | 4/25/2003 | Ben Johnson
    The Antiwar Movement's Nazi ConnectionBy Ben | April 25, 2003 In the run-up to the liberation of Iraq, conservatives were tempted to say the entire anti-war movement represented nothing more than a conglomeration of Stalinists, Castroites and Islamists. Such a description would not do justice to the "peace" movement: it would omit the role of vicious anti-Semites. FrontPage Magazine recently exposed the neo-Nazi Bill White’s ("The Bottom of the Barrel"), but giving White a run for his bile is one Bruce Alan "Vincent" Breeding, a professional anti-Semite and sometime Satan-worshiper whose life’s purpose lies in fighting the Jews....
  • Time to throw their bikes in the river? (George Wallace's opinions revisited)

    01/19/2003 7:17:31 AM PST · by Pliney the younger · 10 replies · 341+ views
    <p>George Wallace used to brag that if he were elected president the first thing he would do is go to the capital and throw the bicycles and briefcases of all the pointy-headed intellectuals into the Potomac. The Alabama governor never made it to Washington in an official capacity, despite conducting a viable nationwide campaign that helped propel Richard Nixon to the White House in 1968. But he did garner some 12 percent of the popular vote, not bad for a third-party candidate and a clear indication that his promise to bring some "common" sense to the government struck a chord with a great number of people, even if they didn't believe he could accomplish it.</p>