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Archive for August, 2012
MSNBC’s Schultz and Sharpton Falsely Claim Janesville Plant Closed Under President Bush to Slam Ryan
During MSNBC’s August 29 GOP Convention coverage, Ed Schultz and Al Sharpton made patently false remarks during their post-speech commentary of Rep. Paul Ryan. Congressman Ryan was slammed concerning statements he made about the closure of the Janesville General Motors plant. Rep. Ryan reiterated that President Barack Obama promised to keep the plant open, but […]
Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, the newly nominated GOP candidate for Vice President of the United States, is the right man in the right place, at the right time. He understands that his duty as Vice President will be the calling of his generation to preserve for his children and their children the America that […]
When is it ever hilarious that the thought of dozens if not hundreds of black people desperately clinging for life as torrential waters batter their children, mothers or neighbors ever funny? David Chalian, a former political director with ABC News thought it was fair game to use a hate-mongering attack against Mitt Romney and Republicans […]
We all know the uproar that Obama caused with his now infamous, “you didn’t build that” speech. This video breaks down Obama’s speech line by line, exposing an even darker side to his speech.
After becoming completely disgusted with MSNBC’s coverage of the RNC Convention, beginning with Chris Mathews assumption that all food stamp recipients are black, to their failure to cover Mia Love, or any GOP minority speaker, I took to Twitter to establish a new hashtag #RacistDemocrat, only to discover someone had beaten me to it. With […]
With Hurricane Isaac’s slamming the American gulf coast putting a temporary halt to oil production and refinery output, consumers can expect to see higher prices at the pump. Just in time for the Labor Day holiday. Before Hurricane Isaac came along, gasoline costs were at an almost four month high. The nationwide average rose to […]
Over the past few years, I have found myself getting more frustrated with what is going on in this country. Every time I pick-up the newspaper I find myself saying “what the hell is going on in this country.” It seems to me that non-citizens, illegal aliens are getting more from this country than the […]
After a very successful first day of the RNC convention, here is the day two schedule: 7:00 p.m. Convention convenes Call to order Introduction of Colors by Amputee Veterans of America Support Team (AVAST) Pledge of Allegiance by Brigadier General Patrick E. Rea, US Army (Ret.) National Anthem sung by Ayla Brown Invocation by Ishwar […]
From Politico: Fox News contributor Juan Williams took some ribbing from his colleagues Tuesday night after saying Ann Romney looked “like a corporate wife” who hasn’t struggled in her life. “Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann Romney, on the other hand looked to me like a corporate wife,” Williams said, speaking on a panel after the Republican […]
By limiting coverage of the Conventions on television most of America sees only a few prime time speakers. It’s too bad, because there are many good convention speeches that aren’t covered. One great example was seen Tuesday when former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis was welcomed to the Republican National Convention. While his crossover affiliation to […]
Updated: Save for Gov. Nikki Haley, MSNBC Omits Coverage From Minority Speakers at ‘Racist’ RNC Convention
Update/Correction: MSNBC aired South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley’s speech. Haley is Indian-American. A funny thing happened on race-obsessed MSNBC tonight. The liberal network failed to give viewers coverage of the speakers who happen to be member of racial minorities. As Francesca Chambers, Editor of Red Alert Politics, reported on August 28th: When popular Tea Party candidate Ted […]
Twin Cities News Talk radio hosts Bob Davis and Tom Emmer visited the RNC in Tampa Florida Tuesday and spoke with The BlazeEditor-In-Chief Scott Baker. The primary topic of discussion was the battle of grassroots activists vs. the establishment party over the rights of the states to choose their own delegates in the rules committee. Former […]