Archive for March, 2009

Tonight’s episode: “The ACTIVATION Of A Nation”

In my phone calls with new leadership across the nation, I experienced one frustration: the fact that so many incredibly intelligent, talented, articulate, witty, inspiring, and insightful people listen to the show but don’t call in.
I’m thinkin’, let’s put an end to that.

<b>No Bullshit:</b> Hippies Crying Over Dead Trees
Morning Joe Rips Into Glenn Beck

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Sebelius paid over $7,000 in back taxes
Health and Human Services nominee Kathleen Sebelius has paid back taxes and interest of more than $7,800 stemming from “unintentional errors” revealed during her accountant’s review of recent tax returns.
The White House on Tuesday released a letter Sebelius sent to the Senate Finance Committee, [...]

Washington Examiner:
By Gene Healy
You’ve met them. They may be friends of yours, or family members. You may even be one of them (in which case you’ll hate this column). I’m referring to those who’ve heard the Call of Obama.
Tucker Carlson compares it to a dog whistle: Inaudible to most, but irresistible to those who can [...]

Reigning Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza caused more than a few jaws to drop when she described her recent tour of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as “a lot of fun” and a “relaxing, calm, beautiful place,” Reuters reported Tuesday.
The Venezuelan 22-year-old visited the U.S. naval facility, where approximately 240 detainees are held, from March 20-25 with Miss [...]

Democrats Unveil Ambitious Global Warming Bill
WASHINGTON — The debate on global warming and energy policy accelerated on Tuesday as two senior House Democrats unveiled a far-reaching bill to cap heat-trapping gases and quicken the country’s move away from dependence on coal and oil.
But the bill leaves critical questions unanswered and has [...]

The Philadelphia Bulletin:
‘New York Times’ Spiked Obama Donor Story
Congressional Testimony: ‘Game-Changer’ Article Would Have Connected Campaign With ACORN
By Michael P. Tremoglie
A lawyer involved with legal action against Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) told a House Judiciary subcommittee on March 19 The New York Times had killed a story in October that would [...]

Yes, I pitched in on his title, as those of you who followed the JKH series of the same name can tell. But he was already calling it “Rules For Radicals 2.0″ so my contribution was slight, and just a bumping together of the two of us in the current Conservative collective subconscious.
And perhaps [...]

Gary Sinise Promotes ‘Brothers At War’ On The View - And Gets Disrespected

I have been telling myself I was NOT going to post this video because the stupid cows on The View (except Elisabeth) disrespected Gary Sinise so bad that I didn’t think they deserved to be seen. He was on the show to promote the documentary he’s supporting, “Brothers At War.”
Then a good friend (you know [...]

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“Hi. We’re Here To Get Those DVD’s Gordo Ganked From The White House”

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Connecticut Middle School Institutes ‘No Touching’ Policy

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DSCC Ad: Republicans Pulled A “Hit And Run” With Economy


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The “Super Laser” Is Here

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The Mo-Fo Green Team

Yeah, I know … Will Ferrel is an anti-Bush douche bag … But the video pretty much hammers the whole ‘green team’ enviro-Nazi shit.

Green Team from Will Ferrell

Glenn Beck Celebrates Barney Frank’s 69th Birthday


With GM’s Wagoner Ousted, Should Union Head Have Met the Same Fate?
Even though UAW President Ron Gettelfinger argues that his workers have made significant concessions in recent years, analysts say the offerings were too little, too late.
In forcing the resignation of General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner, President Obama said he was seeking a [...]

Washington Examiner:
Beyond AIG: A Bill to let Big Government Set Your Salary
By Byron York
It was nearly two weeks ago that the House of Representatives, acting in a near-frenzy after the disclosure of bonuses paid to executives of AIG, passed a bill that would impose a 90 percent retroactive tax on those bonuses. Despite the overwhelming [...]