Bad News for Liberals Leftists May Be Good News for a Liberal Leftist Magazine

Cross-posted from American Power. ***** I’m bothered, increasingly, by the overwhelming tendency of the major actors and institutions of the political regime to treat those on the far left of the ideological spectrum as “liberals.” Leftists are not liberal. They’re anti-liberal. But one of the great achievements of radical left-wing politics in the second half [...]

If You Oppose ObamaCare You’re RAAAAACIST and UNEDUCATED!!

Cross-posted from American Power. ***** Out of the blue, I got this on Twitter earlier this morning: I replied here. @SinglePlayer then blocked me, typical for a leftist totalitarian. RELATED: At Doug Ross, “New England Journal of Medicine Inadvertently Hands House GOP the Game Plan for Starving ObamaCare.” If you can’t completely kill it (at [...]

Brutally Crushing Progressives

Cross-posted from American Power. ***** As expected, conservatives crushed the left on Tuesday (and for good reason). The indicators are everywhere: Republicans picked up 60 seats in the House, 6 seats in the Senate, a majority of governorships, and a whopping 680 seats in state legislatures across the country. The headline from this morning’s New [...]

Obama Cult Crashes in Blaze of Creepiness and Confusion

Cross-posted from American Power. ********** Mark Morford posted a simply pathetic essay this morning at the San Francisco Chronicle. How bad? Think of Frank Rich after a month-long drug-induced binge of Palin Derangement Syndrome, capped off with a smokin’ Texas-Sized Tequila Tea-Party Chaser. Morford’s piece is all-knowingly titled, “Letter to a Whiny Young Democrat.” No [...]

Insane: New York Times Sells False Meme of ‘Reasonable’ Stewart-Colbert Rally

Cross-posted from American Power. Folks at the fish wrap of record really do need to get out more. See, “At Rally, Thousands — Billions? — Respond” (at Memeorandum). The unwavering message is that the Stewart “Rally for Sanity” was uniquely reasonable, ” a political event like no other.” I wasn’t there. But I’ve live-blogged this [...]

Daniel Ellsberg Works to Give Radical Imprimatur to Latest WikiLeaks Disclosures

I’ve been following the latest WikiLeaks document dump, but haven’t had a chance to comment. Certainly the truth about the morally bankrupt Julian Assange is starting to go mainstream, “WikiLeaks Founder on the Run, Trailed by Notoriety.” And it’s no surprise that when under some real journalistic questioning the dude can’t take the heat: But [...]

Rand Paul Responds to ‘Anti-Christian’ Attack Ad

Cross-posted from American Power. ***** It seems eons ago, but back in May I wrote in defense of Rand Paul’s comments on the meaning of the Civil Rights Act. Paul had just won his Senate primary race and he took a big gamble debating the nuances of states’ rights and federal policy on the Rachel [...]

Cartoonist Ted Rall Calls for ‘Proletarian Dictatorship’ in the U.S.

Cross-posted from American Power: “Cartoonist Ted Rall Calls for Communist Revolution: ‘I Would Like to See a Completely Leftist Proletariat Dictatorship’.” Ted Rall’s discusses his new book in an interview at Washington City Paper: Here’s the book: The Anti-American Manifesto. Washington City Paper: What’s your new book about? Ted Rall It’s about the desire to [...]

David Horowitz at ‘Securing America’s Future’ in Beverly Hills

This essay is cross-posted, with additional pictures, at American Power. ********** The event, sponsored by the Jewish Policy Center, was held at Saban Theatre on Wilshire. The event press release is here. Michael Medved moderated. And the panel was awesome: Cliff May, Mona Charen, and David Horowitz. Medved’s opening question asked the panelists: “What was [...]

Seriously? Brown Leads Whitman 49%-44% in New Poll

Cross-posted from American Power. ********** Last I heard Jerry Brown was running a shoestring campaign, but he’s come up with the cash for a major ad buy with this clip, “Serious.” And that’s exactly what I’m thinking. Seriously? That’s all he’s got? A pledge for no new taxes without voter approval, just like the current [...]