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Media

NSA Surveillance Programs Wreak Havoc on Liberty

June 7, 2013

The National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting data from (at the every least) Verizon to data-mine billions of phone calls in order to prevent future terror attacks — and they’ve been doing it for seven years (BTW if that’s the case, then they really dropped the ball in Boston, didn’t they)! It’s not just [...]

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Not Sure About This Marco Rubio Fellow Anymore

June 1, 2013

The centripetal force of the statist-leaning ruling class in DC is enormous.  It gobbles up new, bright-eyed members all the time and spits out more of the same junk. Unfortunately, a once bright shining star in my eyes, Marco Rubio, has been caught up in it.  Nothing proves that more than how he’s become a [...]

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Media Snubs Holder

May 30, 2013

The embattled Attorney General of the self-proclaimed most transparent administration in America history, Eric Holder, has decided to finally chat with members of the press.  Of course, these conversations will be off the record! Apparently, Holder didn’t get the memo — when stuck in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging. The [...]

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Second-Term Blues For Obama

May 14, 2013

Every President who has been reelected has had a hard time in their second terms.  Some had major scandals, others passed away, others suffered from the public’s fatigue and lame duck status in a way which harmed their legacies.*  No one was immune. Neither is Obama, apparently. Right now Obama’s second-term agenda is slowly disappearing [...]

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Drawing Attention to the Gosnell Trial Might Expose Extensive Abuse

April 29, 2013

The jury in abortionist baby-killer Kermit Gosnell’s murder trial heard closing arguments today.  Based on ridiculously scant media coverage of this trial, most wouldn’t have noticed it.  Demonstrating the depth of the MSM blackout, NewsBusters revealed that in the last 42 days Good Morning America spent 109 minutes on other sensational trials, while spending NO [...]

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Someone Broke the Global Warming Hockey Stick

April 4, 2013

Turns out that the classic Algore-style global warming hockey stick is broken. In a study released March 8, some climate scientists set themselves up to be the latest batch cool kids showing that the Earth still has a temperature.  Their study showed the obligatory apocalyptic hockey stick in the Earth’s temperature during the 20th Century [...]

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Ann Coulter Shines at CPAC

March 17, 2013

At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland this weekend, conservative and Republican politicians and figures gave rousing speeches in an attempt to regroup and rally the American political right after what has been an awful six months.  I watched as much of it as I could, mostly reruns on C-SPAN though.  It was [...]

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A Narrower “View” sans Hasselbeck

March 9, 2013

ABC’s “The View” is firing Elisabeth Hasselbeck after nine years allegedly because market research indicates that she is too conservative for the show’s audience.  As it turns out, Joy Behar just quit the show recently, shaking things up pretty significantly.  I don’t necessarily doubt the bottom-line market research, but since Hasselbeck and I are both [...]

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Woodward in the Crosshairs

February 28, 2013

Mainstream Media icon Bob Woodward has officially fallen from grace mainly because of this exchange earlier this week: How dare he criticize Dear Leader’s “certain kind of madness!”  What’s worse, Woodward had the audacity to publicly admit that he felt threatened by the Administration’s response to that exchange. Sadly, the Obama Nation must now destroy [...]

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A Thirst for More Rubio

February 13, 2013

I made it through literally four minutes of President Obama’s State of the Union speech last night before my gag reflex kicked-in, prompting me to watch something else.  I did catch the news round-up of its contents this morning — more progressive liberal bull crap.  However, I was interested in seeing Marco Rubio give the [...]

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The Government’s “Paying-For” Problem

February 12, 2013

Does America have a spending problem? Yup.  Here’s about 16,522,000,000,000 or so indications that we do. That won’t stop ideologues like House Democrat Steny Hoyer saying things like this: Seriously, a “paying-for problem?”  They think we’re stupid — with good reason at times. For more silliness, just listen to tonight’s State of the Union Address!

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The Big Game: Blowout, Blackout, and Burnout

February 4, 2013

Last night, I turned out to be wrong about the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII.  However, I was entertained — the halftime show was good, the commercials were OK (I liked “Montana Stain” and Paul Harvey, personally), and the post-blackout game was truly exciting to watch. In terms of the spectacle, the game itself seemed [...]

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Beck Weighs In on Musburger Controversy

January 11, 2013

While the BCS National Championship between Notre Dame and Alabama was still competitive (which, if you were watching, wasn’t long unfortunately), ESPN commentator Brent Musburger said this about Katherine Webb, Ms. Alabama and Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron’s girlfriend: At the time I didn’t think it was weird — Musburger’s an old guy (73) and let’s [...]

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Larry DePrimo’s Act of Kindness

November 30, 2012

Once in a while the holiday-giving spirit gets a boost when stories like that of NYPD Officer Larry DePrimo remind us what the season is all about.  Here are the details from ABC 7 News in New York: It’s great to see an act of kindness producing some good news which goes viral.  Kind of [...]

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Ryan’s 2012 Election Prediction

November 5, 2012

It’s almost go-time America!  Tomorrow, there’s a major fork in the road staring at us all.  Neither direction fully solves our problems, but one leads us to the abyss a lot faster.  A President Romney will try to take on the big issues and maybe get us pushed in the right direction.  A re-elected President [...]

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Star Wars Goes Disney

November 4, 2012

Forgive me, but I’ve been assembling the pieces of 21st Century living over the last six days due to Superstorm Sandy ravaging my state of New Jersey, so I am only now, five days later, in a position to weigh in on George Lucas selling my childhood Star Wars to the Evil Empire Disney for [...]

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The Final Presidential Debate of 2012

October 23, 2012

The final Presidential Debate of the 2012 election season took place last night.  The topic was foreign policy and the affair was moderated by Bob Schieffer of CBS News. Honestly, I didn’t watch it (I was a bit under the weather and barely made it through the Monday Night Football kickoff), nor have I watched [...]

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The Town Hall Debate Toss-up

October 17, 2012

Last night, President Obama and Governor Romney faced off in their second Presidential debate.  This town hall-style debate format was moderated by CNN’s Candy Crowley and featured questions she selected from Gallup’s idea of “uncommitted voters.“  When it was over both sides seemed to have accomplished their goals:  no sluggish Obama and Romney held serve. [...]

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Another Take on the VP Debate

October 13, 2012

NMAtv is back with their take of the VP debate:

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Ryan Battles Biden Laughs on Way to VP Debate Draw

October 12, 2012

Last night’s Vice Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan turned out to be an inkblot debate — when people with a political inclination watched it, they pretty much saw what they wanted to see:  Biden was strong and aggressive… or was he inappropriately arrogant and rude?  Ryan was articulate and competent… or was [...]

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Hilarious View of First Debate

October 6, 2012

Here’s what Wednesday’s first Presidential debate looked like to a digital anime company in Taiwan: Big Bird… ha!

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Surprise! Unemployment Drops to 7.8%

October 5, 2012

This morning the Bureau of Labor Statistics released their numbers showing a drop in the unemployment rate to 7.8% for the month of September.  The U6 figure, however stayed put at 14.7%.  Given the data that BLS released, many are shocked by the numbers.  Some say that they don’t make sense, while some go further [...]

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Romney Rocks the First Debate

October 4, 2012

I hope you had a chance to watch last night’s Presidential Debate because personally I thought it was awesome!  The candidates both came prepared, both are good on the stump, and both outlined a stark contrast about how they would deal with the issues facing America today.  Plus, the debate’s format both encouraged a conversation [...]

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Obama’s “Take the Bullet Out” Speech

October 2, 2012

Here’s a nine-minute clip of then Senator Obama in 2007 at Hampton University.  In this “Take the Bullet Out” speech, Obama’s pretty feisty and very different than the polished public celebrity we all know: The buzz is that the whole video apparently lasts forty minutes, some of which may be aired tonight and likely dominate [...]

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Did You Get Your Obamaphone Yet?

September 27, 2012

This SEIU-sponsored anti-Romney rally in Cleveland yesterday was very…um… telling and I’m sure by adding this piece to the echo chamber it’ll be considered the height of racism to many of our friends in the race business.  But rest assured, there are no “code words” and “dog whistles” here.  Enjoy: Alas!  Did you pick up [...]

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CBS Edits Interview in Obama’s Favor

September 24, 2012

There will never be a newsflash that the press has treated Obama with kid gloves, but sometimes I get perplexed.  It’s one thing to cover for the guy now and then;  it’s another to let that get in the way of one’s integrity and business sense. Here’s what I mean:  CBS edited out a portion [...]

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How About a Little Optimism!

September 23, 2012

With the polls still tight but consistently leaning Obama’s way, this New York Daily News article puts things into a positive, yet realistic perspective to pump-up the anti-Obama crowd out there.  Enjoy!

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Beck’s Take on the Benghazi Attack

September 22, 2012

It’s been fascinating to watch the Obama Administration hang itself on all the inconsistencies relating to the 9/11 terrorist attack on our consulate in Benghazi.  Some believe that all the confusion paints a picture of an administration in disarray, which may give some indeterminate political advantage to Romney in this election game of inches. Yet, [...]

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Obama: The Debt Not a Short-Term Worry

September 19, 2012

Try not to gag too much during this clip from Letterman last night.  Skip to about 2:00 for the key part: Philosophically, the whole clip makes me want to gag.  The entire concept of “paying” for tax cuts implies that the revenue itself is not ours, it’s theirs, which strikes at the very heart of [...]

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Romney vs. Obama on 9/11 Embassy Attacks

September 12, 2012

Yesterday, the US embassy in Egypt and the US consulate in Libya were attacked, leaving four dead including our ambassador, and tarnishing American prestige even more in the region. These events are still in flux as more information seems to be coming out by the hour.  The catalyst for the violence is a 14-minute film [...]

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