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  • Libs love Joe Scarborough's book, throw him a party

    06/08/2009 5:59:06 PM PDT · by Sergeant Tim · 16 replies · 814+ views
    MarkLevinFan.com ^ | June 8, 2009 | Sgt Tim
    Over at Riehl World View, Dan writes of "Mourning" Joe Scarborough: Isn't it at least a little bizarre that the grand book party for said book would be held at the home of Margaret (so liberal you can't take her seriously) Carlson? And that the guest list (with video) included such notable conservatives as - Andrea Mitchell, Dana Milbank, Chris Matthews, Ana Marie Cox, Norah O'Donnell, Frank Foer, Evan (Obama is god) Thomas, Michael Isikoff and Bill Press? A bit further down, Dan Riehl continued: I'm not going to go on about him, as frankly, I'd probably go over the...
  • The Left Loves Diversity — Except When It Comes to Political Views

    06/06/2009 11:35:24 AM PDT · by AJKauf · 15 replies · 1,396+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | June 6 | Bernard Chapin
    You can always tell on campus who the conservative professors are. They’re the ones not attempting to indoctrinate their students. When I had the opportunity to teach several courses at a local college a few years back, I became a conspicuous example of this phenomenon. I stuck to the facts but could not prevent students from occasionally politicizing discussions as established practices are not easily abandoned. Their interjections always unnerved me. On one occasion, a young lady replied, in response to a mundane comment from a peer, “Well, I’m not surprised. We’re all Democrats in here with the exception of...
  • Levin Takes Down Frum (fan site pile on)

    05/27/2009 10:10:21 AM PDT · by Sergeant Tim · 13 replies · 1,675+ views
    MarkLevinFan.com ^ | May 27, 2009 | Sgt Tim
    By email, Dan alerted me to, on his Riehl World View, where Mark Levin added a second guest commentary, this time focusing on "conservative" David Frum. Here's an excerpt and the link over: My interactions with Frum have been minimal, despite his past suggestions that they were something more. As best I recall, I met him first on an Amtrak train. He was sitting near the restroom feverishly working his lap top's keyboard. We exchanged pleasantries, and that was about it. I believe the next time I met him was at the Ledeen's home. He seemed harmless enough. The next...
  • Obama’s Transportation Secretary Says He Wants to ‘Coerce People Out of Their Cars’

    05/26/2009 5:42:24 AM PDT · by SJackson · 175 replies · 3,743+ views
    CNS News ^ | May 26, 2009 | Terence P. Jeffrey
    (CNSNews.com) - Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood told a group of reporters at the National Press Club on Thursday that he wants to “coerce people out of their cars.” In Newsweek magazine last week, nationally syndicated columnist George Will published a piece critical of Lahood, entitled, “Ray Lahood, Transformed--Secretary of Behavior Modification.” “He says he has joined a ‘transformational’ administration: ‘I think we can change people's behavior,’” Will reports that Lahood said over lunch. Lahood, a former Republican congressman from Peoria, Ill., has become a champion of using the Department of Transportation and federal transportation spending to get people to take...
  • Obama vs Cheney

    05/22/2009 9:23:25 AM PDT · by Sergeant Tim · 18 replies · 905+ views
    911FamiliesForAmerica.org ^ | May 22, 2009 | Tim Sumner
    Last night, Mark Levin compared the speech of President Barack Obama to remarks made by former Vice President Dick Cheney yesterday. (Full audio of Cheney speech here.): There are flaws within these passages from what President Obama said yesterday: Indeed, the legal challenges that have sparked so much debate in recent weeks in Washington would be taking place whether or not I decided to close Guantanamo. For example, the court order to release seventeen Uighur detainees took place last fall – when George Bush was President. The Supreme Court that invalidated the system of prosecution at Guantanamo in 2006 was...
  • His second biggest mistake

    05/02/2009 4:16:14 PM PDT · by Graybeard58 · 29 replies · 2,558+ views
    Waterbury Republican-American ^ | May 2, 2009 | Editorial
    Overall, "read my lips" was the first feckless President Bush's biggest mistake because of its unintended consequences on the culture, foreign policy and the national discourse. Among other things, it opened the door to the politics of personal destruction of Bill Clinton and all that entailed, which begat the Republican Revolution of 1994. The second feckless President Bush and moderate congressional Republicans ended up hijacking the revolution, and their borrow-and-spend policies breathed new life into long-ago-discredited liberalism. That led the Democrats back to the White House and gave them solid liberal majorities on Capitol Hill, including very soon a filibuster-proof...
  • Lieberman is no racist (Israeli Arabs are the racists)

    04/26/2009 11:07:49 PM PDT · by PRePublic · 3 replies · 543+ views
    haaretz ^ | Apr, 26, 2009
    Lieberman is no racist By Yehuda Ben-Meir Last update - 11:01 26/04/2009 I did not vote for Avigdor Lieberman and never will. I do not agree with some of his political positions and do not accept his framing of certain issues. But I am appalled by the left's delegitimizing of Lieberman and anyone connected with him. I do not believe that Israel's Arab citizens must be required to declare their loyalty to the Jewish state. What must be demanded of them and of all Israeli citizens, whether Jewish, Druze or other, is unflinching loyalty to the State of Israel and...
  • I get amazed at CNN's vocabulay each time: "no bias no bull"?

    04/08/2009 5:26:47 PM PDT · by Righting · 16 replies · 716+ views
    I get amazed at CNN's vocabulay each time: "no bias no bull"? Haha, Roland Martin, a liberal biased-lefty is (the new stooge) hosting... "no bias no bull" (http://www.cnn.com/CNN/Programs/campbell.brown/Is there a new dictionary in America of which I am not aware of? Or shall I say fiction-ary? His phone number: 1-877-nobull-0 Email: roland@cnn.com
  • Drinking Liberally (Lib scum party to crash tonight in NYC!)

    04/07/2009 12:19:30 PM PDT · by NowApproachingMidnight · 16 replies · 670+ views
    a series of tubes | 4/7/09 | srm
    Crash it! Tue. April 7, 2009 Drinking Liberally | New York, NY | Presented by (Le) Poisson Rouge Minimum age for this event is: 21+ Venue Information Le Poisson Rouge 158 Bleecker Street New York, NY US 10012 212-505-FISH General Admission Tue. Apr 7th, 2009 Doors @ 6:00 PM Event @ 6:00 PM This is a free event in the LPR Gallery Bar. No ticket is required.
  • In Defense of the Permanent Things

    04/02/2009 1:12:12 PM PDT · by Sergeant Tim · 4 replies · 495+ views
    American Thinker ^ | April 02, 2009 | Gary L. McDowell
    [Mark] Levin's target is those collectivists whom he collectively labels simply the "statists". These are the big government reformers who are incapable of resisting Story's "captivations of theory." Rather than be burdened by the thought that man's nature is imperfect, these so-called progressives swoon to the thought of the perfectibility of man's nature -- perfectible, that is, if only government is allowed to intrude ever further and impose rules drawn from increasingly abstract speculations about what the good life demands. In the end, Levin draws his reader back to an appreciation of the dangers of just how much tyranny can...
  • Video-Barney Frank Says GOP Suffers From Psychological Disorder On House Floor

    04/01/2009 4:57:39 PM PDT · by Talkradio03 · 20 replies · 775+ views
    Fight on the House floor between John Culberson of Texas and Barney Frank over the Democrats not reading the bill before a vote... The discussion was executive compensation for TARP recipients
  • Is Obama Awakening His Base?

    03/09/2009 5:33:43 PM PDT · by anniegetyourgun · 53 replies · 1,639+ views
    Mother Jones ^ | 3/9/09 | David Corn
    Weeks ago, I obsessed on a political point: would President Barack Obama mobilize his millions of voters to apply political pressure on Washington to pass his policy initiatives. At that time, the stimulus package was the top item on his agenda, and the White House was not doing much to activate the Obama millions to boost support for the legislation in Congress. As the stimulus fight proceeded, Organizing for America, the spin-off of the Obama presidential campaign, did zap out an email to its list of 13 million and asked those supporters to hold house parties to discuss the recovery...
  • United in Hate: The Left’s Romance With Tyranny and Terror

    03/05/2009 9:36:04 PM PST · by Milagros · 2 replies · 464+ views
    frontpagemag ^ | Mar 4, 2009
    United in Hate: The Left’s Romance With Tyranny and Terror FrontPage magazine.com - ‎Mar 4, 2009‎ But Glazov’s last two sections, on Islamism and then new romance of today’s far Left with terrorism, is by far the most important part of his book. ...
  • The Note, 3/3/09: Rush War -- Limbaugh fights great for Dems -- but just what GOP needs, too?

    03/03/2009 9:41:39 AM PST · by Scanian · 14 replies · 560+ views
    ABC News ^ | March 3, 2009 | Rick Klein
    Who has more sway in today’s Republican Party -- Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich, or Michael Steele? (Who gets to make that judgment? Who -- other than Rush -- should be happy that the White House has cast its vote?) The Great Rush Wars of 2009 are great theater, particularly if you’re a Democrat. The sideshow gives President Obama some breathing room that Wall Street keeps trying to take away from him -- and if Obama gets to run his agenda against El Rushbo, here’s guessing that’s a fight the White House will take. Speaking of taking: Democrats are ramping up...
  • Depends on What the Meaning of 'Fairness Doctine' Is

    02/18/2009 2:24:56 PM PST · by Delacon · 9 replies · 595+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | February 18, 2009 | chris field
    Reports are out that President Obama has said he opposes any attempt to bring up the Fairness Doctrine. This isn't the first time he has said this, and it certainly won't be the last. He can say it as often as he wants and he might oppose the specific language known as the "Fairness Doctrine," but that doesn't mean he opposes the principle of it. In fact, just the opposite can be seen from his record as senator. For example, as Terence Jeffrey noted in "Silencing the Opposition" in the February 2009 issue of Townhall magazine (subscribe), he can...
  • White House: Obama Opposes (un) 'Fairness Doctrine' Revival

    02/18/2009 11:00:11 AM PST · by Righting · 100 replies · 5,384+ views
    foxnews ^ | 02, 18, 09
  • Montana: GOOD GUY SHOOTS BAD GUY.

    01/18/2009 7:58:50 PM PST · by ElKafir · 2 replies · 672+ views
    Transsylvania Phoenix ^ | Transsylvania Phoenix
    We assume Sarah Brady, other liberal gun grabbers are in tears after hearing the news.
  • 'Gomers, Gimps and Bigots': HuffPo Columnist's Odd Way Of Rejecting 'Politics of Fear and Division'

    10/30/2008 4:26:24 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 9 replies · 517+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    "Her politics of fear and division . . . must be wholly rejected on Tuesday." Bob Cesca, The Mandatory Rejection of Sarah Palin, HuffPo 10-29-08 For a guy who calls for the rejection of the "politics of fear and division," Bob Cesca has an odd way of showing it. His HuffPo column is one long, headfirst dive into the ugly politics he purports to decry. Cesca hurls insult after distortion not merely at Sarah Palin, but more importantly, at the Americans who support her. Read along, as we excerpt from Cesca's cesspit [emphasis added]:
  • Leftists: Obama’s Useful Idiots

    10/29/2008 2:32:46 PM PDT · by Righting · 7 replies · 425+ views
    analyst-network ^ | Oct 28, 2008
    Leftists: Obama’s Useful Idiots International Analyst Network, NY - Oct 28, 2008 ... but serve the cause of anti-Americanism—with its virulent ideology and some added spice of Islamofascism, mostly on university campuses.
  • The Good Ship America, The Media Ocean and The Obama Iceberg (excellent!!)

    10/10/2008 8:40:47 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 28 replies · 1,254+ views
    Australia.to ^ | unknown | Zach Jones
    America has since its birth been a place where men and women from around the world could come and have 'a chance' to reach their individual desires. It has never been a place freeloaders would seek because real effort was normally required to obtain personal dreams and vision. Until the relatively recent past, the Public Schools tried very hard to teach and make clear the reasons that people were seeking America. American History and Civics were requirements for graduation and were understood to be the foundation for creating a good citizen. (Personal responsibility was also expected in the schools.) A...