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Tag Archives: Michael Medved
A pilot witnessed Joe Stack’s plane hitting an IRS office complex in Austin, Texas. On Michael Medved’s radio program today, I heard a right wing caller enthusiastically defend Stack’s act.
Survival of the John Birchest: The Economic Pressures on Shout Radio to Push Ever Further to the Far Right
At conservative David Frum’s New Majority website is a fascinating article on what’s driving American “shout radio” to, well, shout even louder than usual: [I]n an interview with a talk radio trade publication, Talkers Magazine, late last year, Talk Radio … Continue reading
After the Abortion Doctor and Holocaust Museum Shootings: Contemporary Right Wing Racism—and the Threat It Poses to President Obama
Shepard Smith basically said aloud what I’ve been thinking for awhile. The hyper-amped far-right in this country is ginning up an atmosphere that makes Obama’s assassination ever more likely. Last week it was the murder of an abortion clinic doctor … Continue reading
Sean Quinn at FiveThirtyEight.com: [T]he Obama brand and Limbaugh brand are in direct opposition. Obama’s brand is about intellectual curiosity, empathy, personal respect for his ideological counterparts, and problem-solving. Limbaugh plays “Barack the Magic Negro” on his show and makes … Continue reading
Presidency on Ice: At the G20 Summit, World Leaders Can’t Even Bring Themselves to Shake Bush’s Hand
At the G20 economic summit George Bush is literally shunned by other world leaders. Note in the video below that he neither shakes hands with others, nor do they attempt to shake hands with him. This is what Bush’s rigid … Continue reading
Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, and Florida: McCain Must Win 3 Out of 4 of These States to Have a Reasonable Chance at Winning Tuesday Night. These Are the Early States to Watch
ABC News: If McCain doesn’t win Pennsylvania’s 21 electoral votes, he would have to run the table and win all eight of the competitive states that were held by President Bush in 2004, including Virginia, Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Missouri, Indiana, … Continue reading
From Desperation to Defamation: As the Economy Tanks, Republican John McCain Wants to Change the Subject to Barack Obama
Sad. This is all McCain has left. And notice Joe Lieberman carrying his dirty water:
Getting Comfy With the Idea of Calling Barack Obama “Mr. President”: Conservative Charles Krauthammer Calls Obama “a first class intellect” with “a first class temperament” and Thinks Obama’s on His Way to Victory Because of It
Money quote from Krauthammer’s Washington Post column today: Part of reassurance is intellectual. Like Palin, he’s a rookie, but in his 19 months on the national stage he has achieved fluency in areas in which he has no experience. In … Continue reading
Barack Obama and Race: A Union Leader Powerfully, and with Deep Emotion, Calls on Us to Speak Out Against White Racial Prejudice Wherever It is Directed Against Barack Obama. We Must Not Be Silent When Racists Speak Racist Things Out in Public About Obama
Below is an emotional Richard Trumka of the AFL-CIO. Powerful. Moving.
Dr. Strangelove in Des Moines: John McCain, Rocking in a Chair, And On The Verge of Blowing in Response to Some Tough Questions, Echoes Dr. Strangelove
John McCain fielding questions from the editors of the Des Moines Register: And Dr. Strangelove fielding questions in the War Room:
Still More Context on Sarah Palin’s Exorcist, Thomas Muthee: Witchcraft Fear is Widespread in Kenya and the Catholic Church Has Long Struggled Against It
In December of 2007, Digital Journal had a brief item about rampant witchcraft superstition in Kenya, and the Catholic Church’s struggle against it. Money quote: In Nairobi, Kenya one of the biggest challenges for the Roman Catholic Church according to the Catholic … Continue reading
Is John McCain Serious—or Seriously Out of It? “The Fundamentals of Our Economy are Strong.” Really?
Is John McCain’s VP pick, Sarah Palin, an alien? She moves around in an impervious capsule of far-right media rectitude—and that’s kind of like how an alien would move around, ensconsed in an armored machine, safe from anything unpredictable that it couldn’t … Continue reading
Sarah Palin’s Dreadful Interview with Charlie Gibson—and Miss South Carolina’s Inane Beauty Pagaent Response as a Voice-Over
American Pathetic: Sarah Palin Does a Miss South Carolina Trying to Answer a Straightforward Foreign Policy Question
Do you support the Bush Doctrine, Ms. Palin?: Do you support geographical education, Ms. South Carolina?:
Miss South Carolina v. Sarah Palin on Foreign Policy: Who is the More Articulate Spokesperson for America to the World?
Here’s Sarah Palin, like a deer in the headlights, incomprehending when Charles Gibson asks her a straightforward foreign policy question—Do you agree with the Bush Doctrine?: And here is Miss South Carolina, articulating her vision for America and the world: