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The Drive-By Media Campaign Against Rush

October 15, 2009

Rush Limbaugh is a threat to liberals.  He has always been a threat to liberals.  Now, the state-run media is engaged in a drive-by smear campaign against Rush to prevent him from realizing a lifelong dream, becoming an owner of an NFL franchise.  And it looks like their campaign of lies has succeeded. Limbaugh single-handily [...]

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Rick Moran’s “Right Wing Nut House” Should Be Renamed “Nut House”

September 18, 2009

I’ve counted Right Wing Nuthouse as one of the blogs I read on a regular basis for the past few years now (as noted by the fact that it is in our blogroll).  I’ve always found Rick Moran’s articles to be interesting and thought provoking, even if I often disagreed with him (as he is [...]

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They Wanted the President to Fail Too!

March 10, 2009

No, not Rush Limbaugh and gutsy Conservatives on Obama, but 51% of Democrats and 34% of Independents felt that way about President Bush back in August 2006, all while we were still in the heat of ferocious combat on two fronts.  The poll is a decent one of 900 Registered Voters by Fox News/ Opinion Dynamics.  You can’t tell [...]

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20 Years of Rush Limbaugh

August 1, 2008

  Today is the 20th anniversary of the nationally-syndicated Rush Limbaugh Program.  In the history of the Conservative movement, there are only a handful of people who can be truly described as having the scope and influence to shape and define conservatism.  Rush Limbaugh is one of those people.  Along with William F. Buckley, Ronald Reagan, [...]

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Coldplay Plagiarism Controversy

June 19, 2008

Coldplay’s new album Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends debuted in America Tuesday and will predictably become a huge hit.  However, there is a potential plagiarism charge levied against the British superband.  Apparently the new Coldplay single (and title track) sounds a lot like the American band Creaky Boards song “The Songs I [...]

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