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  • Liberal talker Mike Malloy offers weapon to murder Sen. Ted Cruz

    09/26/2013 8:31:44 AM PDT · by MissTed · 134 replies
    The Examiner ^ | 9/26/13 | Staff
    After Ted Cruz's marathon 21-hour filibuster on the Senate floor, liberal talk show host Mike Malloy expressed a desire to see the Texas Republican killed, offering to provide the murder weapon, Newsbusters' Tim Graham reported Wednesday. "And wing nut radio host Mark Levin or Levin said yesterday, the Republican leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, just stabbed Ted Cruz and Mike Lee in the back!
  • Man Runs Car Into Restaurant After Woman Criticizes His Political Views

    01/14/2013 1:17:24 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 91 replies
    WFMY ^ | Jan 13, 2013
    A Wilmington man told police he intentionally ran a car into a restaurant Friday after a woman criticized his political views, according to Star News Online. Police say at least one person was injured in the wreck that happened just before 11 p.m. Friday. The man ran his dark green Honda Civic through the front of Katy's Great Eats in Wilmington before driving away from the scene. Police later found the car and arrested Jacob Spivey, 26. Spivey told police he was trying to hurt a woman who criticized his political views. The woman, in her 40s, was injured in...
  • This Is the Obama-Aurora Billboard Everyone's Talking About (Obama Along Side Aurora Mass Murderer)

    07/31/2012 8:38:28 AM PDT · by lbryce · 17 replies
    Atlantic Wire via Yahoo News ^ | Jul 29, 2012 | Connor Simpson
    This Is the Obama-Aurora Billboard Everyone's Talking AboutThis billboard got a lot of media attention this weekend for its meme-style juxtaposition of President Obama and Aurora-shooter James Holmes. Styled like something you'd see on Reddit, the billboard features side-by-side pictures of the two men with the words "kills 12 in movie theater with assault rifle, everyone freaks out" over Holmes' picture, and "kills thousands with his foreign policy, wins nobel peace prize" over Obama's picture. Maurice Clements is the guy in charge the billboard. He's part of a group who honor the memory of Libertarian Ralph Smeed. He says the...
  • Alec Baldwin: Booted from plane for playing game

    12/06/2011 6:46:25 PM PST · by Enchante · 36 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | 12/06/2011 | Gordon Cameron
    Actor Alec Baldwin was removed from an American Airlines flight leaving Los Angeles for New York on Tuesday when he was apparently too engrossed in a game of Zynga's "Words With Friends" to power down his iPad.... The incident caused a one-hour delay in the flight and kicked off a flurry of Internet chatter.
  • The Left’s Obsession with Fox News

    02/23/2011 11:29:54 AM PST · by TheConservativeCitizen · 45 replies
    The Constitution Club ^ | 02-23-11 | Region Rat
    FOX NEWS. Why are you liberals so obsessed with it? Let’s set aside the fact that the other 24-hour news channels have a liberal bias while Fox pundits lean to the right for a minute; I understand the politics. What I want to know is, why is Fox News the devil incarnate to you people while the other networks are just “opinionated?” I watched a clip last night of an overly crazed liberal screaming “FOX LIES!” over and over at the top of his lungs. As is usually the case, when asked for an example, he had nothing. He wouldn’t...
  • Franken most foul (Al becoming "notorious" for bizarre behavior)

    08/09/2010 2:07:09 PM PDT · by mojito · 129 replies
    Power Line ^ | 8/7/2010 | Scott Johnson
    When there is a local angle to a national story, the local press usually has a field day with it. That hasn't proved to be the case with the story regarding Minnesota Senator Al Franken's outrageous behavior in the Senate during Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's speech opposing the confirmation of Elena Kagan on Thursday. The Star Tribune ran one perfunctory story by reporter Kevin Diaz and let it go at that. I spent the lunch hour yesterday on the phone with knowledgeable sources on Capitol Hill seeking additional information and background on the Franken incident. It didn't take much...
  • Feel the Rage -- Liberals discover the right's critique of regulation.

    06/09/2010 5:38:22 AM PDT · by GOP_Lady · 19 replies · 36+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | 06-09-10 | The Wall Street Journal Editorial Staff
    We don't expect miracles from Presidents, even from those who pretend they can perform them, so we haven't been among those blaming Barack Obama for running a government that can't plug a well a mile under the sea. We've left that outrage to his one-time cheering section on the left, which has been begging Mr. Obama, imploring him, berating him, to locate and unleash his inner demagogue in reaction to the Gulf disaster. What a spectacle this has been, with the anchors from MSNBC, the various columnists and his Newsweek Boswells furious and frustrated that the President hasn't demanded the...
  • SEIU Head Andy Stern Blasts Patriots: "Anti-American; Teab****rs; Right Wing Attack Dogs..."

    09/18/2009 5:28:07 PM PDT · by kristinn · 91 replies · 4,742+ views
    Friday, September 18, 2009 | Kristinn
    Andy Stern, President of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) issued a poorly timed press release this afternoon that nevertheless blasts patriots with both rhetorical barrels.Anti-American, right wing extremists, right wing attack dogs, teab*****s, cruel, venomous, Glenn Beck, Fox News. Stern hurls every eptithet in the liberal handbook except racist. Maybe he's waiting to play the race card until next week. SEIU put out the press release at 1:33 p.m. this Friday, a time when official Washington and the media are trying to shut down for the weekend.Friday afternoon and evening is when pros try to release news they want...
  • Judge: Palin Used Her Child As a 'Prop'

    02/05/2009 4:04:09 PM PST · by correctthought · 79 replies · 2,905+ views
    AP via 1010 WINS ^ | 2/5/09 | AP
    A federal judge presiding over a case involving an autistic boy took a shot at former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin for bringing her Down syndrome child on stage after a debate last year.
  • Hacker Indicted

    05/26/2006 9:02:46 AM PDT · by rockthecasbah · 90 replies · 1,475+ views
    protestwarrior.com | May 26, 2006 | Kfir, Rob, and Alan
    On May 23, 2006, a grand jury at the U.S. District Court in Illinois handed down an indictment against Jeremy Alexander Hammond for hacking into the ProtestWarrior server. The indictment reads in part, "Between January and February 2005, defendant HAMMOND accessed ProtestWarrior.com's server without authority on multiple occasions in an effort to obtain information not otherwise available to him or the general public, specifically credit card numbers, home addresses, and other identifying information of the members and customers of ProtestWarrior.com." The specific violation is of Title 18, US Code, Sections 1030 (a)(2)(c) and 2. Per our understanding of the law,...
  • Liberals Are Stuck in the Hypocritical Past on Racism

    11/25/2004 8:29:49 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 12 replies · 1,859+ views
    CHRONWATCH.COM ^ | NOVEMBER 25, 2004 | BLACK SHADOW
    Did you ever think you would read these words in a San Francisco Chronicle column? A Latino attorney general? A black woman as secretary of state? Who would have imagined it 50 years ago--or even, more recently, say, during the Clinton administration? Give President Bush credit for breaking barriers that his Democratic predecessor never got around to. Just don't tell that to white liberals thrilled with the idea of minorities doing well--as long as liberals can claim credit. If they can't, or if the minorities happen to be conservative, things can get messy. The American people are about to get...
  • I think, therefore I am liberal?

    11/23/2004 7:43:55 PM PST · by CardCarryingMember.VastRightWC · 21 replies · 902+ views
    The Coloradoan | 11/23/2004 | David Wheat, Community Columnist
    [Excerpts]....A letter to the Coloradoan describes how the writer, who has a master's degree, in case we were wondering, researched the candidates carefully, thought deeply about the issues and then "voted mostly 'D' down the ballot." She then reads the minds of nearly 60 million people: "Those who voted on fear from Bush-backed spin or what their family does voted mostly 'R.' " Her master's must be in Art, emphasis on broad-brush techniques. ...column titled "Faith, not reason, gave Bush victory".... says, "It is now clear that for large number of Americans it is still as if modernity never actually...
  • Best Seller Trampled Under Footnotes

    08/26/2002 3:34:21 AM PDT · by Lightnin · 24 replies · 336+ views
    St. Petersburg Times | August 26, 2002 | Jjohn C. Cotey
    Slander, conservative Ann Coulter's bestseller about ''liberal lies'' gets counter-punched by the left at the hands of fact-checking critics on the Web. By JOHN C. COTEY, Times Staff Writer © St. Petersburg Times published August 26, 2002 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bob Somerby says it's easy enough to find mistakes in the New York Times best seller Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right, by conservative columnist and pundit Ann Coulter. "Just pick any page and start," says the political comedian, who runs dailyhowler.com, a liberal Web site devoted to media criticism. "Within five minutes you'll have something that is weirdly inaccurate." To...
  • The Rage of Virginia Woolf

    08/14/2002 6:30:04 AM PDT · by shrinkermd · 4 replies · 3,335+ views
    City Journal on England ^ | Summer 2002 | Vol. 12, No. 3 | Theodore Dalrymple
    In 1938, the year my mother left Germany for good and never saw her parents again, Virginia Woolf published a book entitled Three Guineas. It was about how women could prevent war. Virginia Woolf’s name is not normally associated with great affairs of state, of course. Quite the reverse. She regarded them with a fastidious disgust, as a vulgar distraction from the true business of life: attendance to the finer nuances of one’s own emotional state. Along with the other members of the Bloomsbury group—that influential and endlessly chronicled little band of British aesthetes of which she was a moving...