Ali vs Bill Schmalfeldt I really like this

One of the first principles of free speech is two sides express what they what they think and they compete in the arena of ideas. Ali Akbar has a regular show on Blog talk Radio, he invited Bill Schmalfeldt to come on and go head to head. There is absolutely no question what side I'm … Continue reading Ali vs Bill Schmalfeldt I really like this

A Simple Fact about Pam Geller & Robert Spencer

Rick Blaine: What ever gave you the impression that I might help Laszlo escape? Captain Renault: Because, my dear Ricky, I suspect that under that cynical shell you are at heart a sentimentalist. Laugh if you will, but I happen to be familiar with your record. Let me point out just two items: In 1935, … Continue reading A Simple Fact about Pam Geller & Robert Spencer

Hey Kimberlin & Company meet actual repression…

over in France: Three young Jewish students were attacked by a gang of twelve Muslims in Lyons, France, yesterday on Shabbat. These Muslims were clearly inspired by the devout Muslim and mass murderer Muhammad Merah (as were these Muslims), who gunned down Jewish toddlers and parents in cold blood at a Jewish day school in … Continue reading Hey Kimberlin & Company meet actual repression…

Robert Stacy McCain and the Silence of the Media

Looking at the commentary concerning Stacy McCain's not so excellent adventure as his family continues to live on the run in fear of Convicted bomber, supported by liberal foundations, the most interesting thing about this story has been the great divide as mentioned by the title of this post at Goldfish and Clowns: Silence Screams … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain and the Silence of the Media

“I saw that my heroes were nothing but bloody terrorists”

Pam Geller has written about the Media embargo of 9/11 images often. If you wonder why that embargo is so important to the totalitarian left Jay Nordlinger discovers it at the Oslo Freedom Forum: Manal al-Sharif, you have also met. She’s the young Saudi woman who broke the taboo against driving. She is a heroine … Continue reading “I saw that my heroes were nothing but bloody terrorists”

Now that’s a journalist

A lot of US journalists talk about speaking truth to power, in Azerbaijan one journalist not only does so, but is not willing to submit to blackmail: Khadija Ismayilova, who works for Radio Free Europe, has exposed corruption in Azerbaijan, including among the President's family and inner circle. She received a chilling package in the … Continue reading Now that’s a journalist

I don’t know if Ann Barnhardt is single or not

but if I was single and never met my wife this post (via a tweet from the black sphere) would generate a spontaneous marriage proposal. Here is the threat: I'm going to kill you when I find you. Don't think I won't, I know where you and your parents live and I'll need is one … Continue reading I don’t know if Ann Barnhardt is single or not

Pawlenty is starting to impress me

One of the busts I've had against Tim Pawlenty is that he was a "me too" fellow. Back in NY-23 when Palin first endorsed Doug Hoffman (back when Newt was backing Dede along with the NRCC) Pawlenty Hemmed and Hawwed and then became "me too". Then when Morning Joe was going on about the "Blood … Continue reading Pawlenty is starting to impress me

Cain and Gingrich and two examples of tough answers

Today I saw two actions by political candidates that were examples of gutsy and important talk. First Newt Gingrich. He has really put his foot in his mouth this week on the Ryan plan but he has done something rather solid on a different issue: Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich says he has sought God's … Continue reading Cain and Gingrich and two examples of tough answers

Time for the FATWA on Chris Muir

No not because his excellent daily cartoon Day by Day is now available at DaTechGuy's blog but because of today's cartoon: The really sad thing about this; it's not a joke. It has reached a point where such a drawing is an act of courage, where radical Islamists will condemn such a drawing and murder … Continue reading Time for the FATWA on Chris Muir

The most important line concerning the budget plan…

...comes from this story on at the Hill "Democrats likely to offer budget alternative to Rep Ryan's plan": "It is likely," the staffer said Monday, "but he's still talking to folks, and he's still undecided." The aide said Democratic leaders are waiting to gauge the public reaction to Ryan's plan, which would reduce projected federal … Continue reading The most important line concerning the budget plan…

Courage is saying what everybody knows but is afraid to speak

One of the people I admire most in the blogosphere is Pam Geller. This is a woman who has endured much to warn a nation of a threat that it wishes to pretend isn't there. so when I heard via Stacy's bar this news I was thrilled: The Annie Taylor Award for Courage from the … Continue reading Courage is saying what everybody knows but is afraid to speak

Part of being the right candidate is BEING A CANDIDATE:

I like the guys at powerline. It is a good blog and has been for a long time, however I think this post needs to be answered: Lest there be any doubt, if I were a resident of Delaware, I would vote for O'Donnell. That is because she is far preferable to her "bearded Marxist" … Continue reading Part of being the right candidate is BEING A CANDIDATE:

A leader leads…and Mitt well…

You know what I like about Mitt Romney, his bold fearless leadership! Mitt Romney endorses Christine O'Donnell for U.S. Senate Today, Mitt Romney's Free and Strong America PAC endorsed Christine O'Donnell, who is running to serve the people of Delaware in the U.S. Senate (www.christine2010.com ). It also is sending her campaign a maximum $5,000 … Continue reading A leader leads…and Mitt well…

If I have to consider the opinion of a naked celebrity…

I think I'll take Victoria Jackson over Lady Gaga. Particularly since one is actually pays a real cost for that opinion I first became political when I was trying to explain to my Christian Progressive friends Marianne and Bob that they shouldn’t vote for O because his background is Marxist. They would not listen. They … Continue reading If I have to consider the opinion of a naked celebrity…

Sarah Palin: The Truth Spoken aloud drives liberals nuts

The reason why this memeorandum thread has so much action is the absolute apoplexy. Sarah Palin has the courage to bluntly say what everyone knows, but the left wants to pretend isn't true. A Mosque could be built anywhere on the subway line to have easy access, building it near ground zero is a deliberate … Continue reading Sarah Palin: The Truth Spoken aloud drives liberals nuts

The “Courage” argument is so bogus…

...the motivation for passing this bill right now is all about saving the political bacon of this administration. It has nothing to the bill and if it is good or bad. If it was about courage then you wouldn't need to play the Slaughter business to try to get through this. A white house with … Continue reading The “Courage” argument is so bogus…

The Global warming revelations highlight the courage of Rush Limbaugh…

Consider that for over the decade Rush has fearlessly proclaimed all of this stuff bunk. He has taken barb after barb over this and has been unshakable in his statements before the media and all who used it as a club against him. How many other people were willing to do so. Vaclav Klaus? That's … Continue reading The Global warming revelations highlight the courage of Rush Limbaugh…

Speaking of Cowardly Catholics Patrick Kennedy…

...is running scared from his Bishop decided not to meet with him today: Kennedy said he was "not going to dignify with an answer" Tobin's assertions that he could not be a good Catholic and support abortion rights, adding that he found it "very disconcerting" that Tobin won't agree to keep discussions of his faith … Continue reading Speaking of Cowardly Catholics Patrick Kennedy…