Liberal reality is fabricated perception: NPR, the Southern Poverty Law Center and the infrastructure of an alternate, fact-filtered universe


Mark Potok pours fuel of hate where there is no fire.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has long made a crusade of demonizing Conservative America, has once again put in the form of a so-called investigative report their amalgamated dismissal of Conservatives as an angry mob of racists.
This is hardly a new spin on the [...]

NPR praises former Rep. for “voting her conscience” instead of representing her district


(Robert Siegel, liberal host of NPR’s “All Things Considered,” behind the mics with NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.)
We need to come up with a new name for our left-wing members in the U.S. House of Representatives, for they’re clearly not Representatives of their constituents, accept by accident of a shared liberal agenda.
“Representatives” in the [...]

Familiar plot – Federal spending bus will explode if it slows down


Pop quiz hot shot.
Sen. Harry Reid and Rep. Nancy Pelosi are at the wheel of the Washington spending bus, ramming spending bills through Congress and leaving a path of fiscal destruction in their wake. If the bus slows down, voting Americans start catching on to the looming economic devastation, and the federal spending bus explodes [...]

New York Politics – Campbell Brown’s Hubby, Eliot Spitzer’s Madame?


Unabashedly biased, left-wing CNN host Campbell Brown is married to a fervent Republican – a former foreign policy advisor for George W. Bush, no less. They’re not exactly Carville & Matalin, but who is?
Mr. Brown, better known as Dan Senor, is no casual Republican either, and is hoping to take his conservative values to Washington, where [...]

LAST CALL: Pubescent Politics, Liberal Cannibals and Rachel’s Rejection


A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE BLOG POSTS OF THE DAY
You can debate tax reform after you clean your room!
Calvin Freiburger explores the hubris of youth in his post about the considerable buzz surrounding 14-year-old conservative author Jonathan Krohn, offering a healthy perspective on the ambitious, pubescent teen. A grain of salt…
Brains and [...]

Percy Jackson and the Demigod in the White House


It was opening day yesterday for the latest commercial jackpot kids’ adventure movie, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. Sounds like a good family night out, right? Get the kids out of the house for a while in the midst of a winter that’s been harsher than usual. So I took my son, niece [...]

LAST CALL: A Real Tool, De-Friending MySpace CEO, Obama’s Policy Circus


A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE STORIES OF THE DAY
Tool of Islam – Emphasis on Tool
England’s judicial system is right behind that of the Netherlands in its pursuit of the liberal mandate of religious kowtowing and appeasement with no regard for the dangerous consequences. Take a look at John L. Work’s post today [...]

LAST CALL: Gibbs’ Chubby Inner Child, Paying Bills vs. Cancer, Irony Emissions Killing Environment


A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE STORIES OF THE DAY
Still Just the Bitter Fat Kid on the Playground
Robert Gibbs is a shell of a man still tormented by his self-loathing, chubby inner child.  Lori Ziganto takes a few jabs at the petty Press Secretary, but stops short of taking his lunch money.
The Horrors [...]

LAST CALL: Clubbed Thumbs, Birthers’ Liberal Lineage and B*tch Slapping “The Nation”


A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE STORIES OF THE DAY
Between a Rock and Left-Wing Lunacy
JE Tabler writes today about a group of moderate Democrats (yes – you read that correctly) in Chicago who are fighting against the radical left-wing machine – and they have one hell of a fight ahead of them.
Hey Zirin! [...]

LAST CALL for Sunday, Feb. 7


A DAILY WRAP-UP OF SOME OF MY FAVORITE STORIES OF THE DAY
Pre-Game Presidential Propaganda
I didn’t watch Super Bowl XLIV today. The New England Patriots (my team) weren’t playing, so I avoided Katie Couric’s pre-game back-and-forth with President Barack Obama. No doubt it provided a good look at the best that state-run media has to offer. NRB writer [...]