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  • MSNBC Replays Rubio Water Sip 155 Times in One Day, Far More Than CNN and Fox News Combined

    02/15/2013 1:49:25 PM PST · by Nachum · 23 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | 2/15/13 | Randy Hall
    The liberal hosts on MSNBC just couldn't get enough of watching U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio reach for a glass of water and take a sip during his rebuttal of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, airing the snippet a staggering 155 times during the Wednesday broadcast schedule. Other cable news networks showed the footage far less often. CNN aired it 34 times, and Fox News Channel played it just 12 times -- all of which took place on “The O’Reilly Factor” and “Hannity” while the hosts discussed the media's obsession with the Florida Republican's “watergate” incident. MSNBC's total...
  • Massachusetts Universal Healthcare a Disaster

    09/20/2009 9:20:36 AM PDT · by pabianice · 19 replies · 1,941+ views
    WBZ Radio, Boston | 9/20/09
    On this morning's news: MassCare has added 488,000 people to the healthcare rolls. Result: MA now has a serious shortage of OB/GYNs, Urologists, Internal Medicine specialists, Dermatologists, surgeons, and others. Doctors are fleeing MA's insane politics and taxes. Criminal aliens are choking the system (signs in MA hospitals now have to be in NINE languages, and every illegal gets assigned a tax-paid translator at the hospital). Just a small taste of ObamaCare, I assert.
  • Freeper Movie Review: Julie and Julia

    08/13/2009 9:54:35 AM PDT · by Still Thinking · 34 replies · 1,926+ views
    8-13-2009 | Moi
    Plot Synopsis: Julie Powell (Amy Adams) plays a 29-year old Queens woman who works in some redevelopment corporation for remediation of 9/11 issues, who's bored with the job, and depressed with the stories she has to deal with. Her husband suggests she write a blog, but the only blog-worthy thing in her life is her work, which would defeat the purpose of blogging. She realizes she enjoys cooking and does start the blog with the intention of working through a Julia Child cookbook with about 500 recipes in one year. She posts the number of days and recipes remaining on...
  • Matthews Emotes Over Obama's Central Planning Commercial

    08/11/2008 5:52:08 PM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 18 replies · 287+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    Chris Matthews: Back With an Obamania Vengeance . . . If Barack Obama makes it to the White House, perhaps he should appoint Chris Matthews Commissar of Gosplan, the Commission charged with developing the economy's Five Year Plans. The Hardball host, back from vacation, displayed the enthusiasm of a dutiful apparatchik in praising an Obama ad that was in turn a pitch for central planning. During the "ad wars" segment on this evening's Hardball, Matthews first played a McCain ad that hit Obama over his plans to raise taxes and his lack of readiness to lead. After Andrea Mitchell suggested...
  • Caught on Tape: James Brolin (wife* of Barbara Streisand) Touts 9/11Conspiracy Website on 'The View'

    12/28/2006 5:12:49 PM PST · by lowbridge · 9 replies · 1,513+ views ^ | December 28, 2006 | Tim Graham
    Caught on Tape: James Brolin Touts 9/11Conspiracy Website on 'The View' Posted by Tim Graham on December 28, 2006 - 15:55. The Christmas break replay season offered a chance to catch up on shocking episodes of "The View" on ABC. On December 26, a replay of the December 6 program gave viewers in the Eastern and Central time zones the chance to see James Brolin pitch a government-set-up-9/11 website: "Can I tell you to have a look at And then wait until I see you next time." The first broadcast was blocked in the East due to doting live...
  • MAC Cosmetics has censored Sandra Bernhard (A win for us!)

    08/18/2006 8:08:49 AM PDT · by PDR · 60 replies · 4,628+ views
    The New York Post ^ | August 18, 2006
    SNIP.... MINOR EDITINGMAC Cosmetics has censored Sandra Bernhard for bashing the GOP. The cosmetics giant, owned by Estée Lauder, got hundreds of complaints after it posted an online ad this week for its Plushglass lip gloss in which the balloon-lipped comic does some free-form ranting, including a riff about an "intimidated, frightened, right-wing Republican thin-lipped bitch." But Mac oddly didn't cut a line in which Bernhard cheekily discusses the bodily fluids of a horny barnyard bird.
  • Teacher accused of giving 'liberal' quiz

    11/25/2005 1:29:52 PM PST · by sentz · 52 replies · 2,893+ views
    CNN ^ | Friday, November 25, 2005 | AP
    BENNINGTON, Vermont (AP) -- A high school teacher is facing questions from administrators after giving a vocabulary quiz that included digs at President Bush and the extreme right. Bret Chenkin, a social studies and English teacher at Mount Anthony Union High School, said he gave the quiz to his students several months ago. The quiz asked students to pick the proper words to complete sentences. One example: "I wish Bush would be (coherent, eschewed) for once during a speech, but there are theories that his everyday diction charms the below-average mind, hence insuring him Republican votes." "Coherent" is the right...
  • Real Men of Genius

    09/22/2005 1:25:04 PM PDT · by salenaz · 50 replies · 12,720+ views
    PoliticsPA ^ | September 22, 2005 | Salena Zito
    Real Men of Genius by Salena Zito Bob Winter is one guy who gets it. This low-key copywriter is the genius behind those rather addictive ‘Real Men of Genius’ Bud Light ads. Winter found a simple way to tap into America’s admiration for the slightly misguided hero we love to root for. As we listen or watch the everyman that takes on the world with his odd jobs or ridiculous inventions, we find a way to smile and nod in admiration. We silently salute this offbeat champion. By the end of the commercial, when the schmaltzy music begins to swell,...
  • 'King of the Hill' Democrats?

    06/25/2005 8:43:16 PM PDT · by neverdem · 128 replies · 2,986+ views
    NY Times ^ | June 26, 2005 | MATT BAI
    If you watch a lot of cable news, by now you've probably heard someone refer to a bloc of voters known as '' 'South Park' conservatives.'' The term comes from the title of a new book by Brian C. Anderson, a conservative pundit who adapted it from the writer Andrew Sullivan, and it refers to the notion that Comedy Central's obscene spoof of life in small-town America, with its hilarious skewering of liberal snobbery, is somehow the perfect crucible for understanding a new breed of brash and irreverent Republican voters. In truth, aside from its title, Anderson's book has very...
  • Santorum Regrets Making Hitler Comment

    05/20/2005 9:47:04 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 51 replies · 1,385+ views
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Rick Santorum says he "meant no offense" by referring to Adolf Hitler while defending the GOP's right to ban judicial filibusters as Senate leaders prepared to start a countdown Friday to a vote over whether to stop minority senators from blocking President Bush's judicial nominees. "Referencing Hitler was meant to dramatize the principle of an argument, not to characterize my Democratic colleagues," Santorum, the No. 3 Republican in the GOP leadership in the Senate, said of his remarks Thursday.Passions have been running high as senators argue over whether Republicans should allow the out-of-power Democrats to use...
  • Sharpton: "40 acres and a mule" convention comment

    07/30/2004 11:50:13 AM PDT · by ponderit · 46 replies · 2,099+ views
    American History | 7/30/04 | Jacques Ditte
    Just in case anyone missed this one. Sharpton's claim that the freed slaves never got the 40 acres and a mule is correct. But it's actually not the fault of the Republicans. It was President Andrew Johnson (Democrat) who vetoed the bill passed by Congress in 1869. Take that mule all the way to the DNC!
  • The real deal

    07/20/2004 9:00:00 AM PDT · by Patriot62 · 190 replies · 5,801+ views
    San Diego Union Tribune ^ | 09/15/2004 | George Varga
    The real deal Linda Ronstadt's current tour – 'a history lesson of music' – reflects her dedication to authenticity, and quality By George Varga July 15, 2004 Other singers may have a greater passion for music than Linda Ronstadt. But few have a greater passion for more types of music, or the willingness to perform them, even at the risk of falling on her face. "My career has befuddled other people, and it's befuddled me," admitted Ronstadt, 58, who finds her fans are polarized by her nightly on-stage salute to "Fahrenheit 9/11" filmmaker Michael Moore. "I've been dedicating a song...
  • Missouri Democrats place race baiting billboard, then say "Who, me?"

    05/24/2004 1:47:34 PM PDT · by mhking · 28 replies · 627+ views
    Ramblings' Journal / Project 21 ^ | 5.22.04 | Michael King
    Democrats in Missouri actually have the gall to insist that a new campaign billboard is not "race baiting."The billboard, pictured here, has a black man's face dourfully looking out next to the words "Missouri Republicans have a plan. You are not a part of it." -- all of this is splashed across an American Flag graphic.Now I've been called naive, I've been called gullible, and I've been called a lot of other things that I won't print nor say in mixed company in my years. But I'm not so dim as to believe that this is not meant to be...
  • PHOTO of FDR's Campaign Button: "REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR"

    03/05/2004 10:58:03 AM PST · by Recovering_Democrat · 99 replies · 3,472+ views
    Rush Limbaugh mentioned this today: the Democrat Party Operatives shoving this "Bush can't use 9/11" down our throats are HYPOCRITES!!Is it any wonder why I'm a Recovering_Democrat??
  • Drudge and the GOP smear machine are back in the Democrats' pants [Projectile Vomit Alert]

    02/12/2004 8:38:15 PM PST · by Hon · 84 replies · 338+ views
    Salon ^ | Feb. 13, 2004 | Joe "Kneepads" Conason
    There he goes again!Matt Drudge and the GOP smear machine are back in the Democrats' pants. - - - - - - - - - - - -By Joe ConasonFeb. 13, 2004  |  Is American politics suddenly returning to the bad old days, when Washington journalism became frenzied with sheet sniffing and keyhole peeping? That seems to be the default program of the right-wing media machine whenever Republican poll numbers sink into the red zone. Late Thursday morning -- with George W. Bush's credibility damaged on several fronts as reporters demanded answers to questions about his National Guard service that...
  • Sharpton Campaign a Republican Plot?

    02/05/2004 11:37:29 AM PST · by kattracks · 10 replies · 187+ views ^ | 2/05/04 | Carl Limbacher and Staff
    Is the Rev. Al Sharpton working with Republicans to torpedo Democrat chances of locking up the black vote in this year's presidential election? That's just one of the questions raised by the Village Voice this week, in a bombshell report that details the curious relationship between GOP strategist Roger Stone and the civil rights leader-turned presidential hopeful. Describing Stone as "a longtime Republican dirty-tricks operative," the Voice said he is "financing, staffing, and orchestrating the presidential campaign of Reverend Al Sharpton." The paper says it has documented "an extraordinary array of connections" and calls Stone's role in the Sharpton...
  • New HBO Series Presents Not-So-Angelic Agenda

    12/11/2003 6:08:30 AM PST · by NYer · 69 replies · 321+ views
    Crosswalk ^ | December 10, 2003 | Cal Thomas
    New HBO Series Presents Not-So-Angelic AgendaCal ThomasSyndicated Columnist HBO's latest film, Angels in America, is a two-part, multi-hour production that aired Sunday and Monday nights and will continue being broadcast all week. Angels is based on the Tony Kushner play about the American homosexual experience. I didn't want to watch it, but I did, and must admit it is one of the most effective pieces of propaganda I have encountered. Gays and lesbians are portrayed as victims -- not of their own choices but of Republicans and specifically the Reagan administration during whose second term the drama is set. British...
  • Wells College Shuts Down College Republicans

    12/10/2003 12:38:28 AM PST · by kattracks · 27 replies · 691+ views
    FrontPageMagazine ^ | 12/10/03 | Kristy Lee Hochenberger
    One month to the day after the Republican club at Wells College (an all-women’s college located in Aurora, NY) published a study revealing a grossly disproportionate number of left-wing professors on its faculty, the student government denied recognition to the club as an official campus organization. On November 7th, the Wells Republicans issued a press release describing the study they had conducted of the political party registrations of the members of the social sciences and humanities faculties at the college. The study revealed that members of parties of the Left (Democrats, Greens, Working Families) outnumbered Republicans by a ratio...
  • Send in the Election Clowns - Don't worry, they're here (Houston GOP bashing) Election 2003

    11/14/2003 1:41:47 AM PST · by weegee · 7 replies · 190+ views
    Houston Press ^ | November 13, 2003 | Tim Fleck
    Send in the Election Clowns Don't worry, they're here BY TIM FLECK What a difference a couple of years make. In the Houston Press Best of Houston issue in 2001, Houston's District H councilman Gabe Vasquez received Best Politician honors. Last week, he missed the runoff in the race for city controller after earlier deciding not to seek re-election to his City Council seat. Come January, Vasquez will be busted back to private citizenship. In an informal Insider poll of the biggest blunders of the 2003 local election, media members and politicos named Vasquez's ballot switcheroo as No. 1....

    11/12/2003 1:02:42 AM PST · by kattracks · 72 replies · 493+ views
    New York Post ^ | 11/1203 | BRIAN BLOMQUIST
    <p>November 12, 2003 -- WASHINGTON - A Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday said it was "unfortunate" that Democratic committee staffers wrote a memo outlining a strategy to play politics with prewar intelligence. "The memo was unfortunate because it had a tone of pre-judgment," Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) told The Post. "I think the tone of the memo was unfortunate."</p>