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The Obama Nation, Take 2

January 20, 2013

Today around noon President Obama will be sworn in for a second term as our President, while Joe Biden already took his oath this morning.  Tomorrow, the big party takes place — constitutionally, the official swearing in must take place on January 20, but given that today is Sunday the public ceremony has been moved [...]

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Juan Williams Fired from NPR

October 21, 2010

Juan Williams has always been a stand-up guy and proud liberal too (odd combo these days).  I usually disagree with him, but he articulates the Left’s position on most issues and is a valuable source of balance for a network like Fox News which tries to have balanced opinions/coverage. Williams, in fact, is such a [...]

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Circus on the View

October 14, 2010

Alright, so every day is a circus on the View.  Today was just a little louder than normal, at least more normal than the run of the mill Internet excerpt of the View.  You see, I’ve never actually seen an entire episode of the View. Apparently, Bill O’Reilly said something that is essentially true, but [...]

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Is Obama a Socialist?

February 23, 2010

He’s orchestrated the wholesale takeover of the auto industry, he is attempting to confiscate 1/6 of the U.S. economy, he wants to nationalize the student loan industry, he wants tighter control over the banking industry and mortgage industry, and he wants to control the salaries of executives.  Bill O’Reilly doesn’t think he’s a socialist, but [...]

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The Case Against Third Party Politics

December 8, 2009

Since the start of the Tea Party movement, talk of a Conservative third party has peculated on Twitter, around the blogosphere, and even making it into news punditry, advocated by such media heavyweights as Glenn Beck, Bill O’Reilly, and Lou Dobbs.  While the idea of a ideological Conservative party seems like a good one intuitively, [...]

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The Continuing Smackdown of Barbara Boxer

July 22, 2009

Harry Alfred, the head of the Black Chamber of Commerce, appeared on O’Reilly last night.  He is now famous for taking down Barbara Boxer for her racial comments to him during a Senate committee hearing on cap-and-trade, and was on The O’Reilly Factor to discuss the issue.  Although Bill disagrees (he does not want to [...]

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Beck on Obama Media Bias

March 2, 2009

Like Bill O’Reilly, Glenn Beck has at least one named segment on his daily show.  Beck’s opening segment is called “The One Thing”; it’s kind of like O’Reilly’s “Talking Points Memo.”   Beck is kind of alarmist and quirky (those quirks are on full display in this video clip), but the point is a good one.  We all [...]

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Movie Review: An American Carol

October 4, 2008

I just got back from David Zucker’s political spoof An American Carol.  It’s Charles Dickens for the pro-American American.  Here’s O’Reilly covering the trailer. Without giving anything away, I must say this about the film:  it’s got some really great political satire and sweet moments with great Americans-past, but much of the movie is Zucker-style Naked [...]

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An American Carol

August 20, 2008

On October 3, David Zucker is going to release the film An American Carol  picking fun at filmmaker “Michael Malone” (read Michael Moore) who wants to ban July 4th.  The film’s story is in the model of “A Christmas Carol.”  Bill O’Reilly makes a cameo, as does a number of others from the trailer.  Ultimately, I’m surprised they [...]

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Rev. Wright Still “Stuck on Stupid”

April 17, 2008

I know this story’s a little bit old, however, while cheering the Dem Debate last night, I heard Imus this morning picking on Fox News, specifically O’Reilly and Hannity, using the recent phrase uttered by Obama’s reverend, Jeremiah Wright, at one of Wright’s friend’s funeral that O’Reilly and Hannity were both “forever stuck on stupid.”  Nice try, [...]

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