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  • Bin Laden slams capitalism in new video

    09/08/2007 6:40:30 AM PDT · by bamahead · 53 replies · 924+ views
    Yahoo!/AP ^ | September 8, 2007 | Lee Keath
    In a new video released ahead of the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Osama bin Laden made no overt threats but lectured Americans on the Iraq war and criticized global capitalism, calling its leaders the real terrorists. ............................................................. The 30-minute video was obtained by the SITE Institute, a Washington-based group that monitors terrorist messages, and provided to the Associated Press. American officials said the U.S. government had obtained a copy even though the video had not been posted yet by al-Qaida — and intelligence agencies were studying the video to determine whether it was authentic and to look...
  • Bin Laden isn't just a terrorist. He's worse. A liberal!

    09/08/2007 7:44:44 AM PDT · by coffee260 · 13 replies · 345+ views
    The Daily Gut ^ | 09/08/07 | The Gut
     So you've seen the latest message from our favorite goat-toucher Usama bin Laden. In it, he criticizes Americans for reelecting, instead of punishing, Bush, as well as harping on Democrats for not securing a retreat from Iraq. He also mentions global warming and praises Noam Chomsky, the patron saint of the left. It was at this point, I thought I was listening to Keith Olbermann. That's when it dawned on me. Bin Laden isn't just a terrorist. He's worse. A liberal! So, when one political party shares a war-time agenda with the guy who's trying to end your civilization,...
  • Bin Laden Tape Is Liberal Rant!

    09/08/2007 6:34:11 PM PDT · by Eric Blair 2084 · 39 replies · 1,772+ views
    Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | September 7, 2007 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: All right, some of the details of the Bin Laden tape, the supposed Bin Laden tape, have been released. Now, this is a hoot. In the first place, there is no specific threat to the United States in the tape, unless there is one in code. But there's no promise that we're going to get hit again. There may be some code in there, but nothing direct. But it is amazing, folks, it is a liberal rant. He blames the US for global warming. He blames US corporate interests for corrupting the political process, because our politicians have to...
  • (Video)John Gibson Compares Osama Bin Laden-Keith Olbermann Talking Points

    09/08/2007 12:46:59 PM PDT · by Jay777 · 9 replies · 646+ views
    Stop The ACLU ^ | 8 Sep 07 | Jay777
    Quite true and scary!
  • Juan Williams: 'Don't Tread on Me' Flags are 'Timothy McVeigh' Imagery

    03/30/2010 1:21:48 PM PDT · by pogo101 · 85 replies · 2,892+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | March 30, 2010 | Matthew Balan
    On Monday's O'Reilly Factor on Fox News, NPR news analyst Juan Williams furthered the left's talking point about the tea party's supposed connection to militias, and even went so far to claim that the Gadsden or "Don't Tread on Me" flags used by the conservative grassroots movement is "the same imagery that was on Timothy McVeigh" . . . [snip]
  • Ports of Politics (take a deep breath and read the Wall Street Journal's take on this one folks)

    02/21/2006 11:21:25 PM PST · by presidio9 · 108 replies · 1,996+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | February 22, 2006
    -snip- the notion that the Bush Administration is farming out port "security" to hostile Arab nations is alarmist nonsense. Dubai Ports World would be managing the commercial activities of these U.S. ports, not securing them. There's a difference. Port security falls to Coast Guard and U.S. Customs officials. "Nothing changes with respect to security under the contract," Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said yesterday. "The Coast Guard is in charge of security, not the corporation." In a telephone interview yesterday, Kristie Clemens of U.S. Customs and Border Protection elaborated that "Customs and Border Protection has the sole responsibility for the cargo...
  • Cornell Rejects Academic Freedom

    05/10/2004 3:38:17 PM PDT · by swilhelm73 · 49 replies · 386+ views
    FPM ^ | May 7, 2004 | Joe Sabia
    After banning the press from videotaping its weekly meeting, the Cornell University Student Assembly (SA) rejected the Academic Bill of Rights. Citing the document’s objectives as “redundant,” “irrelevant,” “insulting,” and “objectionable,” the SA determined that academic freedom was unimportant to the Ivy League campus. The Resolution on Academic Freedom — based on David Horowitz’s Academic Bill of Rights — was introduced by a bipartisan coalition of Cornell students, including the editor-in-chief of The Cornell Daily Sun. The resolution stated that the “SA affirms [the] principles of academic freedom and intellectual diversity” and went on to cite six principles: (1) Students...
  • Streisand: "The Myth of Bush as Hero"

    03/29/2004 1:09:00 PM PST · by presidio9 · 124 replies · 393+ views
    barbrastreisand.com ^ | March 29, 2004 | Barbra Streisand
    Finally ... finally we can talk about what's really going on. Rather than accept the myth that 9/11 turned President Bush into a "hero" ... former counterterrorism expert Richard Clarke has bravely spoken out to tell us the real story - that Bush did not treat terrorism as an urgent issue. And that going to war in Iraq, in addition to tragically costing us so many lives, has diverted money and resources away from where they should have been focused - on dismantling al Qaeda and strengthening our homeland security. We now know that the Bush White House never made...
  • First Person: Looking for liberals? Follow brains

    08/29/2003 6:44:18 PM PDT · by Recourse · 121 replies · 348+ views
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer ^ | August 29, 2003 | GREG JAMES
    SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCERhttp://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/136294_firstperson25.html First Person: Looking for liberals? Follow brainsMonday, August 25, 2003By GREG JAMESGUEST COLUMNISTFor several years I've been listening to folks of the conservative persuasion going on about the liberal bias in the media, in Hollywood and among elites on the West and East coasts. There's no denying that liberals outnumber conservatives on the two coasts. It is also apparent if you work in certain fields like education, the arts, or high tech that liberals also greatly outnumber conservatives there, too. Is this some kind of conspiracy or is it just a fact that you get many more liberals...