Category: A Voice From the Outer World

Is there No Limit to the Deviousness of the American Capitalist?

Is there No Limit to the Deviousness of the American Capitalist?

| October 12, 2010 | 3 Replies

Damn those American companies who take foreign money! Damn them to the hottest regions of the infernal! When will their treachery cease? In a different day and age, Jeff Hart would be the most famous American in our country right now. He would be honored at the White House. Schoolchildren would learn of his skill […]

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Could You Go Be Poor Somewhere Else? I’m Biking Here!

Could You Go Be Poor Somewhere Else? I’m Biking Here!

| October 12, 2010 | 3 Replies

Carol of No Sheeples Here is a blogospheric treasure, possessed of a cutting wit, boundless creativity, and wicked good Photoshop mojo. She has taken a series of photos from the Great Depression and blended them with elements from today to illustrate just how closely our modern elites relate to the elites back then. Her touch is exquisite. […]

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The Democrats’ Favorite Fantasy Author Strikes Again

The Democrats’ Favorite Fantasy Author Strikes Again

| October 11, 2010 | 3 Replies

The big news over the weekend revolved around a potentially-explosive accusation from Democratic Party that there are shadowy foreign interests funneling money through the Chamber of Commerce to influence our elections. I say “potentially-explosive” because the only ones actually taking the story seriously are the Democrats. That is because there’s nothing even approaching plausible proof […]

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Charles “Hadoken” Krauthammer Is a Mighty Man

Charles “Hadoken” Krauthammer Is a Mighty Man

| October 9, 2010 | 1 Reply

It is a wonderful thing when Charles Krauthammer powers up and brings the conservative Hadoken. He is a regular guest on PBS’s “Inside Washington” show, where he routinely finds himself pitted against a troika of left-wing dinosaurs like Nina Totenberg, Colbert King, and Mark Shields. A lesser man would be daunted by those odds, but […]

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Network that Mainstreamed the “Tea Bagging” Slur Chides NRSC for Use of the Word “Hickey”

Network that Mainstreamed the “Tea Bagging” Slur Chides NRSC for Use of the Word “Hickey”

| October 7, 2010 | 5 Replies

Back in April, 2009 CNN’s Anderson Cooper trotted out the term “tea bagging” to describe the everyday Americans of the Tea Party movement who took to the streets to protest runaway government spending and control. A month later, he issued a deceitful “apology” that was more defense than remorse that he preceded with a couple […]

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Join Us Next Week for a Very Special Obama Town Hall Meeting

Join Us Next Week for a Very Special Obama Town Hall Meeting

| October 7, 2010 | Reply

Remember when town hall meetings were egalitarian small-town gatherings where concerned citizens would discuss the issues that pressed upon their local community and work out solutions to their own problems? Remember how they used to be rather contentious affairs, with rollicking debate as the order of the day? Remember when they were essential parts of […]

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MS-NBC: Lean Forward, But Try Not to Flail Your Arms Too Much

MS-NBC: Lean Forward, But Try Not to Flail Your Arms Too Much

| October 5, 2010 | 2 Replies

MS-NBC, tired of being so far in the ratings behind Fox News that they can’t make it out clearly with the Hubble Space Telescope, has decided to close the gap with a shiny new slogan. This slogan will reflect the network’s progressive bias in a positive way, will frame the channel as a serious place […]

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Some People Write Sad, Goth Poetry; Paul Krugman Writes Screedy Columns.

Some People Write Sad, Goth Poetry; Paul Krugman Writes Screedy Columns.

| October 4, 2010 | 3 Replies

The amount of arrogance and sheer idiocy from Paul Krugman in this opening line is staggering. A note to Tea Party activists: This is not the movie you think it is. You probably imagine that you’re starring in “The Birth of a Nation,” but you’re actually just extras in a remake of “Citizen Kane.” The […]

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Rick Sanchez Fired From CNN; Collective IQ of the MSM Increases Dramatically

Rick Sanchez Fired From CNN; Collective IQ of the MSM Increases Dramatically

| October 3, 2010 | 1 Reply

Faithful readers of the blog know that I have as much for respect for Rick Sanchez as a journalist as I would for Blackbeard as a rape crisis counselor. He has been a sucking maw of vapidity or worse, a peddler of outright fiction with a real attitude problem toward anyone who calls him on […]

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Ann Coulter, A Regular Dose of Awesome

Ann Coulter, A Regular Dose of Awesome

| September 29, 2010 | 1 Reply

When Ann Coulter is on, there is no one on the planet, left or right, who can touch her for scathing wit and stiletto-deadly prose. Witness these four paragraphs on Democratic Senator Patty Murray: With amazing understatement, one of Murray’s Democratic colleagues in the state senate told The Seattle Times in 1992: “She just doesn’t […]

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