Category: Progressives

The Left's Limbaugh Lie is No Fluke

The Left's Limbaugh Lie is No Fluke

| March 3, 2012 | 23 Replies

By now, you’ve probably heard of Sandra Fluke, the “coed” who testified before Congress last week about how she and her “coed” friends at Georgetown Law School can’t afford birth control. She claimed that 40 percent of women attending the tony college, some of whom have full-time jobs, could not afford birth control because it […]

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Beware the Conservative Ninja Squad!

Beware the Conservative Ninja Squad!

| February 13, 2012 | Reply

Let’s say you’re a popular left-wing media mogul whose ridiculously well-funded web site has become the essential place to get the current Democrat Party talking points. Let’s also say that you operate in a city run by the Democratic Party where most of the residents are Democrats and have been so since long before you […]

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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz' Grotesque Puppet Show — Now with Tea Parties!

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz' Grotesque Puppet Show — Now with Tea Parties!

| January 11, 2012 | 3 Replies

I hesitate to call DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz a liar, but I have noticed that she’s taken a precipitous turn toward partisan claptrap that has no basis in reality in her role as Official Spokesjerk of the Democratic Party. “We need to make sure that we tone things down, particularly in light of the […]

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Uhhh…Greenpeace? Can We Talk About History for Just a Second?

Uhhh…Greenpeace? Can We Talk About History for Just a Second?

| December 17, 2011 | 7 Replies

Well, at least only one of them was clad in brown.

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Goodbye, Barney, And Thanks for the Housing Crisis

Goodbye, Barney, And Thanks for the Housing Crisis

| November 28, 2011 | 1 Reply

This shocked me when it came across my Twitter feed early this morning: [blackbirdpie url="https://twitter.com/#!/wbznewsradio/status/141164490736672768"] It is true, though. Barney Frank, Democratic Congressional veteran and Chair of the House Financial Services Committee, won’t run for re-election. Most folks, if they had Frank’s history of scandal –see if the name Stephen Gobie and the phrase “whore […]

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Why You Should Not Bring Rookies to an Activist Fight

Why You Should Not Bring Rookies to an Activist Fight

| November 12, 2011 | 2 Replies

We knew they were coming; they told us when they planned to arrive. The bloggers and activists at Blog Con 2011, they said, were tools of the Koch Brothers. Apparently, they labored under the delusion that the conservative philanthropists slash Satan’s Earthly henchbeings poured limitless buckets of money into FreedomWorks, the sponsor of the convention. […]

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Occupy Whatever is Quickly Becoming Occupy Morgue

Occupy Whatever is Quickly Becoming Occupy Morgue

| November 11, 2011 | Reply

The Occupy Whatever has sent another person to the morgue. According to local media reports, an unidentified man died from a gunshot wound just a day or so ago. The protesters prevent local media from reporting on the incident as it happened and even beat a cameraman so badly that he had to be hospitalized. […]

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Hey Hey! Ho Ho! Let's Push An Old Woman Down Some Stairs!

Hey Hey! Ho Ho! Let's Push An Old Woman Down Some Stairs!

| November 6, 2011 | Reply

This is what democracy looks like, which is why our very wise Founders built America as a republic.

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Beware the Howling Mob

Beware the Howling Mob

| October 18, 2011 | 3 Replies

In her latest book Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America (which I’ve yet to read, though it’s parked on my Wish List), Ann Coulter details how the elements of mob mentality are also the central elements of the progressive worldview.

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Our Problem is Too Much Freedom, Says the Super Smart Guy.

Our Problem is Too Much Freedom, Says the Super Smart Guy.

| September 29, 2011 | 1 Reply

Peter Orszag, the former Director of the Office of Budget and Management in the Obama administration, thinks we have entirely too much democracy. According to him, we need lots of commissions and panels that will just do things for us, without all that messy voting and debating and gridlock. In an 1814 letter to John […]

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