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Good Riddance to a Race-Baiting Divider

Eric Holder

Attorney General Eric Holder, the first Black man to be appointed as United States Attorney General, has resigned. Americans who suffered the slings and arrows of rising above the racial divide since – and before – the enactment of Civil Rights legislation are jubilant in his departure. Never before has an Attorney General belittled the American citizenry as Mr. Holder ...

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PATHETIC! Obama’s Targeted Engagement of the Press

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The Blaze reported yesterday that the shameful KOB-FM radio interview with Obama was planned.  The Blaze’s source reported that “among the interesting tidbits: according to the message, the station did not request the interview, but was rather contacted by the president’s state campaign team.” From: [Redacted] Date: August 19, 2012 3:04:49 PM EDT To: [Redacted] Subject:[Redacted] The President has been doing morning show interviews in ...

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MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts Shamefully Exploits Teen Girls to Slam Ryan Vote on Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act

Thomas Roberts

Towards the close of today’s MSNBC Live, anchor Thomas Roberts presented a segment featuring three New Jersey teenage girls who started a petition on the left-leaning website demanding female moderators for the upcoming presidential debates.  The young ladies succeeded in getting 180,000 signatures for their initiative. But rather than simply hailing their civic activism, Roberts decided to expoloit these ...

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BUSTED! Soledad O’Brien Caught Using Left-Wing Blog to Slam Ryan

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I had a REALLY bad episode of insomnia last night, therefore, I was unable to promptly respond to a tweet sent to me by Robert Stacy McCain concerning Ali Akbar exposing CNN’s Soledad O’Brien’s latest incident in liberal media bias.  Did she use Wikipedia again? Noel Sheppard of NewsBusters said “bravo, Ali! bravo” and who can disagree with him.  Ali Akbar ...

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Flynn, Chambers, and Lewis Expose “Asses” In The Media At AFPF Dream Summit

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Defending the American Dream isn’t only centered on elections.  While Michelle Malkin says that “the ballot box is the best sanitizer” for squishy Republicans and left-wing politicians, we must keep the media in check since they represent the second front in this war.  Matt Lewis, contributor at The Daily Caller, Mike Flynn, editor at, and Francesca Chambers, editor of ...

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Surprise! GASLAND Loaded With Half-Truths

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With GasLand 2 on the horizonand just in time to influence the 2012 election, more and more discrepancies are coming out about the film.  The documentary, directed by Josh Fox, details the horrors of fracking and the environmental damage it leaves in the process.  One of the most famous scenes in the film deals with flammable water.  You lift the ...

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ABC NEWS Says Tea Party Is Losing Momentum As Cruz Wins Texas Runoff

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In another upset election, Tea Party back Ted Cruz clinched the Texas Republican Senate nomination.  With forty-eight percent of the precincts reporting, Cruz was ahead of Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst 55%-45%.  A Ted Cruz victory was seen as a long shot against the establishment backed Dewhurst who also received support of Gov. Rick Perry.  Besides having the conservative credentials that drew ...

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Media Apoplectic Over Romney’s Faux Gaffe in UK

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The liberal media was was off to the races after Romney’s alleged Olympic gaffe.  It would be all the more interesting if this was actually  a story.  Romney was still called Mitt the Twit by The Sun. Why? Because the presumptive Republican nominee said  “there were a few things that were disconcerting- stories about the private security firm not having enough people, the ...

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LA Times Cartoonist Capitalizes on Aurora Tragedy By Portraying NRA As Callous

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The Los Angeles Times has published an inane and irresponsible piece of political commentary about the recent mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado. This time it’s cartoonist and columnist David Horsey, blaming the NRA for the bloodbath, both in writing and in a cartoon depicting a callous Wayne LaPierre quipping “I hope the guns weren’t harmed.” Horsey writes: Let’s also consider ...

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Even Former Clinton Operative Stephanopoulos Doesn’t Buy Jack Lew’s Spin

Jack Lew

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision that upheld the Affordable Care Act as constitutional under the taxing powers of Congress, the Obama administration can’t seem to call it a tax.  Instead, they’re trying to peddle the “tax” as a penalty. White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew did his run through the Sunday morning talk shows with this ...

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Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly Slams MSNBC’s Sneaky Editing of Romney

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Two separate Fox News anchors on Wednesday took NBC and MSNBC to task for liberal media bias and outright deception. Bill O’Reilly slammed the egregious actions of Andrea Mitchell and her selective editing of Republican Mitt Romney. O’Reilly played MSNBC’s version of Romney mentioning the fast food outlet Wawa and the one that conforms to reality. The host mocked the ...

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NY Times, CBS Bury Own Poll on Obamacare; Times Plays Up Declining Prestige of SCOTUS

With the president’s signature “achievement” on life support, The New York Times decided to bury the story in the Friday front-page article “Approval Rating for Justice Hits Just 44% in New Poll.” Times reporters Adam Liptak and Allison Kopicki attacked the most prestigious institution in the country, claiming “the public is skeptical about life tenure for the justices, with 60 ...

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National Journal: Republicans Exuding Schadenfreude on Economy

A curious column in the National Journal alleges that Republicans are practicing “schadenfreude” on the recent economic news.  That being the May jobs reports which only produced 69,00 jobs that took the unemployment rate to 8.2%.  Is it schadenfreude or that Americans have lived with high unemployment for over 38 months?  Alexandra Jaffe thinks otherwise using what Eric Fehrnstrom said ...

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