Category Archives: Media bias

Mad Monday

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It’s Monday and, as usual, I’m mad.  Angry. Perturbed. Annoyed. Vexed. Splenetic.  Love that last one.  Why am I mad?  Well, it’s Monday and this is the Obamanation.  As simple as that.

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An African Imposter and a Dream


Here’s an interesting scenario, about an African with a false identity, which he used to dupe Americans: [emphasis added]

Federal prosecutors say a man from Nigeria pretended to be a U.S. soldier serving in Afghanistan to woo and bilk American women.

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Was Obama Born in Mombasa?

Since the above video is what people will be talking about today, I’ll go with the flow and give some further analysis that’s been provided in the past by Barrister Michael Shrimpton, the man in the video.  h/t Gordo

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Truth, Lies, and Hate

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Above is a screen print from a video in a story at The Gateway Pundit.  This video was edited out of the film Hating Breitbart, for reasons of length and saliency; but it’s being released now in response to a continuing false attack on the late Andrew Breitbart and James O’Keefe.  The Southern Poverty Law Center published an article accusing Breitbart and O’Keefe of “hobnobbing with white nationalists.”

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An Insoluble Problem?

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He can only have wanted it as a way of creating a mystery. Then I saw that this applied to all the other outrageous details. They were devilish enough; but it wasn’t mere devilry; there was a rag of excuse; because they had to make the mystery as contradictory and complicated as possible, to make sure that we should be a long time solving it — or rather seeing through it. …

They had to give us an Insoluble Problem.

G.K. Chesterton

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MAD Libs vs. Vulture Conservatives

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According to Scott Whitlock of NewsBusters, [emphasis added to quotes]

Chris Matthews appears to have a Mad Libs-style list of the worst insults he hurls at conservative. On Wednesday, he chose “verbal terror” to smear everyone on the right who disagrees with all of the “great things” Barack Obama wants to do. The Hardball anchor opened his show by hyperbolically warning, “Political armageddon!” According to Matthews, the fight between the President and conservatives is not a conflict of ideas.  h/t Gordo

No, it’s much more than a conflict of ideas, alleges Matthews.  Watch the video of him, salivating like a mad dog, at NewsBusters. Continue reading

“Stray Cats and Dogs … Some of the Provisions That Got Snuck In Might Have Violated That Pledge”

Obama’s “stunning admission” runs from the beginning of this video to about 50 seconds in.  The video was uploaded in January 2010.  (The date of his admission is unknown.  Emphasis added to quotes.)

If you look at the package that we’ve presented–and there’s some stray cats and dogs that got in there that we were eliminating, we were in the process of eliminating–for example, for example, we said from the start that it was gonna be important for us to be consistent in saying to people:

“If you can have your, if you want to keep the health insurance you got, you can keep it.”

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On Senator Ted Cruz and Media Hypocrisy

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Senator Rafael Edward (Ted) Cruz, smiling.

Submitted for your consideration, from Dana Milbank, writing about Senator Ted Cruz:   [emphasis added to quotes]

… The young senator from Texas, after just nine months on the job, had managed to drag down his Republican Party to historic unpopularity. But as Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) went to the Senate floor Wednesday afternoon to announce a deal that would begin to repair the damage Cruz inflicted, the renegade couldn’t resist one more poke at his leadership.

“Unfortunately, once again, it appears the Washington establishment is refusing to listen to the American people,” the Texan intoned, his protruding chin bouncing as the vitriol poured from the lips above it. “The United States Senate has stayed with the traditional approach of the Washington establishment of maintaining the status quo.”

CNN pulled away from McConnell when the sore loser began talking. …

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Democrat Biographical Myth Making

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Let’s take a little break from all the craziness going on in DC over the shutdown/slimdown and the debt limit debacle.

I read this article by Dana Milbank, who wrote with regard to that silly controversy over the name of the DC football team: [emphasis added to quotes]

Are the Redskins really defending the name with an out-of-date survey that allowed anybody — even somebody with less native blood than Elizabeth Warren — to identify as a Native American?

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Closed Parks; Open Borders

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The National Park Service (NPS) has seemingly declared war on the citizens of this country (non-citizen, illegal aliens exempted, as they get special treatment).  Obviously, the NPS has become part of Barack Obama’s longed-for private army:

We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded [as the military].

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