Daily Archives: February 24, 2011

Michael Savage Talks About Real Housewives Reality Show; I Talk About Nothing

Savage talks about watching Real housewives reality show – Talk Radio Network.

Dr. Michael Savage is my favorite talk radio host.  He’s the quintessential story teller. Click on the above link to listen to a segment from his show where he talk about watching “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” He compares the women on that show to “post-op transvestites.”

On Thursday’s KaibCast, I didn’t really talk about anything. It was probably the worst show I’ve done in a while, because my throat hurt, and I didn’t prepare much in advance.  If you get bored, fast forward to the 10 minute mark. The show picks up from there.


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Saudi Man Arrested For WMD Plot Against George W. Bush

From NYPOST.com:

LUBBOCK, Texas — A Saudi man has been busted for allegedly buying chemicals and equipment to make a bomb and researching US targets, including the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush, federal officials said today.

Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, 20, a Saudi national and a legal resident of Texas, was arrested Wednesday night and faces charges of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction.

Aldawsari, a student at South Plains College near Lubbock, allegedly referred to Bush’s Dallas home as “tyrant’s house” and possibly contemplated using dolls to conceal the explosives, according to the Justice Department.

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Libya, Despite Human Rights Abuses, Still On U.N. Human Rights Council

From CNS News:

Libya’s seat on the U.N.’s top human rights body looks secure for now, as a Western-led initiative to condemn it for its violent response to anti-government protests stops short of calling for its expulsion.

The Geneva-based Human Rights Council will hold an emergency meeting on Libya on Friday, following a request by 21 of the council’s 47 members – more than the 16 required – for a so-called “special session.”

The request followed appeals by scores of human rights groups earlier this week, amid turmoil sparked by protests against Muammar Gaddafi’s 41-year rule, harshly suppressed at the cost of hundreds of Libyan lives

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Prostitutes Won’t Lie Down For Harry Reid

From The Daily Caller:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s threat to shut down the regulated sex industry in his state doesn’t exactly have Nevada prostitutes shaking in their G-strings.

“I will lie down for a lot of things, but Senator Reid is not one of them,” said Brooke Taylor, a five-year veteran working girl at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch just outside Carson City.

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