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Monthly Archives: October 2010
CBS Anchorage affiliate assignment editor Nick McDermott and other reporters were caught on an accidental voice mail tape planning to fabricate at least two news stories in a last ditch effort to defeat the Republican nominee running for the US Senate in Alaska, Joe Miller.
The voice mail tape was left on the cell phone of Joe Miller’s spokesperson, Randy DeSoto. It is clear from the discussion that assignment editor McDermott, the news director for … Read the Rest of this Post
by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
With the public firing of Juan Williams, a fatal blow was stuck to the meticulously cultivated brand image of National Public Radio (NPR), but that’s just the beginning of their problems. The firing itself takes a back seat in this sordid tale. The campaign of vindictive and libelous accusations against Williams is the most reveling actions taken during the controversy. NPR was a brand which while liberal, was renowned … Read the Rest of this Post
by Ben Johnson
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights was set to vote on a 131-page draft report about the Obama administration’s decision to drop the Black Panther voter intimidation case today — but a partisan Democratic member prevented the commission from doing its job. Michael Yaki walked out of the meeting before the vote, preventing the commission from reaching quorum, a procedural motion designed to stall for time. A report now seems unlikely … Read the Rest of this Post
by Ben Johnson
Barack Obama’s history of forcing his revolutionary agenda on the American people by any means necessary may soon reach a new front. The president hosted a conference with five far-Left bloggers this week, in which he signaled he is reassessing his stance on homosexual “marriage” and expected his views to “evolve.”
Obama’s sodomy soliloquy came in response to Joe Sudbay of AMERICABlog, who asked him, “I just really want to know, what … Read the Rest of this Post
by Floyd Brown
Floyd Brown, Chairman of ImpeachObamaCampaign.com, called Republican Congressman Darrell Issa’s recent comments on Impeachment “premature” and a “bad sign of Republican weakness” in the upcoming Congress.
Brown, who is calling on Congress to Impeach Obama for crimes committed while in office, said it is disappointing for the future chairman of the Government Reform and Oversight Committee to rule out any course of action before he has even begun his investigations.
According … Read the Rest of this Post
by Michael Reagan
Liberals and their Democratic Party allies are frightened out of their halfwits by the re-emergence of the dreaded tea party, which began in Boston Harbor in December 1773, when colonists dressed as Indians dumped shiploads of tea into the water, helping to set off what eventually became the American Revolution.
There’s nothing new about the liberal alarm over the tea party’s reappearance in American politics. The last time they confronted it … Read the Rest of this Post