- I had a vision, and now I must speak the truth. I’m made as Hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!
- I talked about the shooting of U.S. Airmen in Germany. Other stuff too.
- On this edition of the program, I talk about the 2012 Presidential race, the potential GOP nominees, and why I’m “running” for President.
JUST LISTEN TO ALL OF THEM AND YOUR LIFE WILL BE CHANGED FOREVER
David Burge, whose site IowaHawk does a lot of great work, has most recently exposed Paul Krugman. Yes, he’s a fraud:
Please pardon this brief departure from my normal folderol, but every so often a member of the chattering class issues a nugget of stupidity so egregious that no amount of mockery will suffice. Particularly when the issuer of said stupidity holds a Nobel Prize.
Case in point: Paul Krugman. The Times’ staff economics blowhard recently typed, re the state of education in Texas:
Attorney General Eric Holder, who resembles Oprah’s long-time boyfriend Stedman Graham, is a race baiter. He has been a failure as AG and should resign. Jeffrey Kuhner, writing for The Washington Times, agrees with me:
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. should resign. He is a disgrace to his office and to his country.
Mr. Holder is a race baiter. On Tuesday, he testified during a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on the voting rights case involving members of the New Black Panther Party. In the 2008 election, Black Panthers – dressed in military fatigues and wielding a club – threatened voters at a Philadelphia polling station. They denounced the voters as “crackers” and vowed those voters would not be allowed to help defeat then-candidate Barack Obama. Their goal was to bully and intimidate. This was a clear case of violation of voting rights. Such behavior may occur with impunity in banana republics – not in the world’s leading democracy.
Apparently the sixth mass extinction in Earth’s history is underway. We are all about to die:
Mankind may have unleashed the sixth known mass extinction in Earth’s history, according to a paper released by the science journal Nature.Over the past 540 million years, five mega-wipeouts of species have occurred through naturally-induced events.
But the new threat is man-made, inflicted by habitation loss, over-hunting, over-fishing, the spread of germs and viruses and introduced species, and by climate change caused by fossil-fuel greenhouse gases, says the study.
Evidence from fossils suggests that in the “Big Five” extinctions, at least 75 percent of all animal species were destroyed.
In my opinion, teachers should be paid more (as long as they are good). In the wake of the union battle in Wisconsin, a bunch of lefties are accusing conservatives of attacking teachers. Jon Stewart recently “exposed” teacher’s lavish five-figure salaries in a bit of satire pointing out that conservatives are going after teachers but defending tax cuts for the wealthy.
In an editorial published Friday in The Wall Street Journal, Tea Party Conservative Senator Jim Demint makes a great case for public broadcasting to be privatized, citing the lavish salaries of PBS’ executives among other things:
When presidents of government-funded broadcasting are making more than the president of the United States, it’s time to get the government out of public broadcasting.
While executives at the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and National Public Radio (NPR) are raking in massive salaries, the organizations are participating in an aggressive lobbying effort to prevent Congress from saving hundreds of millions of dollars each year by cutting their subsidies. The so-called commercial free public airwaves have been filled with pleas for taxpayer cash. The Association of Public Television Stations has hired lobbyists to fight the cuts. Hundreds of taxpayer-supported TV, radio and Web outlets have partnered with an advocacy campaign to facilitate emails and phone calls to Capitol Hill for the purpose of telling members of Congress, “Public broadcasting funding is too important to eliminate!”
PBS President Paula Kerger even recorded a personal television appeal that told viewers exactly how to contact members of Congress in order to “let your representative know how you feel about the elimination of funding for public broadcasting.” But if PBS can pay Ms. Kerger $632,233 in annual compensation—as reported on the 990 tax forms all nonprofits are required to file—surely it can operate without tax dollars.
Cable news blogger Johnny Dollar does a great job exposing the anti-Fox News lies. Most recently, David Shuster’s lies:
He’s not a reporter, but he plays one on twitter.
In preparation for his new venture into ‘investigative journalism’, fired MSNBC reporter David Shuster has been polishing his skills on Twitter. But if the first rule of a journalist is to get the facts right, he may have a tough road ahead. On March 1 he said:
- Anybody know if FNC has been asked today about Gingrich/paid contributor now that he has officially formed a prez exploratory committee?
Of course, Newt didn’t form an exploratory committee on March 1; the news reports said he was expected to announce his intention to form one later that week. Shuster got it wrong. In fact, Gingrich still hasn’t formed an exploratory committee.
Then just today came another FNC-related revelation from the intrepid reporter:
Try not to be surprised that ‘journalist’ Shuster is against freedom of speech, and focus instead on the fact that once again he is wildly, utterly wrong. Fox News has been available in Canada for years. But plucky Shuster was so euphoric that he dug that hole a little deeper: