Archive for August 2010
Liberal activists now wants FOX NEWS to not be on in public at businesses, lest our little brains be polluted with foul lies. They claim that this isn’t censorship, which from a legal standpoint it isn’t — only the government censors.
What they want is censorship by intimidation. I haven’t checked to see who’s behind the new group, but Media Matters and George Soros have their sticky little tentacles into everything else, so I wouldn’t be surprised if this is yet another. We do know that MoveOn.org is promoting the scheme, which suggests I’m correct.
Don Surber’s right — MSM won’t run this because it shows His Oneness as less than graceful, and as less adept at working out a simple logistical problems than a man of his reputed brilliance should be.
However, Drudge posted it!
If you want to see a textbook exposition on how to dismantle a liberal, watch the highlights from Newsbusters of Laura Ingraham turning Dr. Marc Lamont Hill into a pile of progressive piddle while Larry King basically looks on helplessly.
Laura has produced what is bound to be my favorite quote of the month when mentioning Our Lady of Perpetual Dissatisfaction: “It’s not all what sleeveless wants, sleeveless gets.”
I didn’t attend Glenn Beck’s rally on Saturday, but I know some of the people who did. Whatever you think of Beck, you have to applaud the funds which will go to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. A conservative blogger who warned about unsafe areas of D.C. created a firestorm. Having lived in D.C. for a couple of years myself, I think it was a public service. No matter whose head count/guesstimate/estimate you use, media bias clearly exists. Plenty of it was on display before the event.
Al Sharpton’s march, titled as a counter-rally, didn’t have the numbers, and most shots show a sour man bellowing at the crowd of activists and union goons, not the smiling faces at the Beck event hearing messages of faith, hope, and charity.
PowerLine was in attendance at the Mall. Don’t bother reading Frank Rich’s piece; just read Timothy Carney’s critique of it. Then read what one black attendee at the Mall had to say, which is the exact opposite of the hysterical reaction of liberals such as Mary Mitchell and Bob Herbert. Let’s hope none of them read this in the Christian science Monitor.
Astronomers are on full alert to the sun resuming an active period after a decade of relative quiet. NASA, well, not so much. But the solar storm will show what an EMF attack is capable of with respect to the highly technological Western world and its dependence on things electric. And no, we aren’t prepared for that either.
Did you know that sun spots can compress or extend a day?