Actually, many more than two. What if I told you I ran a secret e-mail list that connected progressive writers with staffers for Democratic politicians so that those staffers could tell the progressives what, exactly, their bosses wanted them writing about that day?
Sadly, I don't run such a list. Never have, either. The rule for Journolist was that no one who worked for the government in any capacity could join or, if they took a job with the government, remain. Actually, many more ... - Google News. Right-Wing Groups Use Decline of White Birthrates to Stoke Fear. June 29, 2010 | Like this article?
Join our email list: Stay up to date with the latest headlines via email. If you’ve been following the debate over population growth, you’re probably familiar with the argument that it is economically unfeasible for the earth to sustain an unlimited population. You might subscribe to that argument, or you might believe that it isn’t so much a problem of population growth but rather of the inequitable worldwide distribution of resources. Search. Right Wing Leftovers. Fringe Right-Wing Nuttiness. The last few days have been full of right-wing fringe nuttiness.
And looking at it all, I have to feel sorry for the old-time conservatives. It seems like the old voices of reason among conservatives, those who actually had half a brain and thought about what they were saying, like William Buckley and Barry Goldwater have now been replaced by non-thinkers like Michele Bachmann (pictured), Sharron Angle, George Will, Louie Gohmert and other Republican politicians and pundits. Let me start with Michele Bachmann. The Minnesota representative can't open her mouth without something dumb coming out. She has now decided that she is opposed to a global economy (because it will obviously lead to a one world government according to her).
"Well, President Obama is trying to bind the United States into a global economy where all of our nations come together in a global economy. You've Done It Again, Bachmann. The Company That Bachmann Keeps. Yesterday I wrote about the fact that Rep.
Michele Bachmann had signed on to speak at Joseph Farah's "Take Back America Conferece" with a bunch of Birthers, fake prostitutes, anti-gay militants, and Christian Reconstructionists. Today Andy Birkey posted a link to Bachmann's financial disclosure form [PDF] and noted that she reported having accepted seven trips paid for by right-wing groups - Young America's Foundation, American Israel Education Foundation, Eagle Forum, Concerned Women for America, National Home Education Legal Defense, Council of Graduate Students at Regent University, and David Horowitz's Freedom Center: If Bachamann is being flown around the country by YAF, Phyllis Schlafly, CWA, and David Horowitz, I guess that is shouldn't come as much of a surprise that she'd be more than willing to associate with the likes of Joseph Farah, Alan Keyes, and Matt Barber.
Bachmann: I'll Run For President. Birther Joseph Farah Blasts the Star Tribune for Bias Against Ba. Why Five Members of SCOTUS Are Nuttier Than Fruit Cakes!! By len Hart, The Existentialist Cowboy In the worst decision since Bush v Gore, the US Supreme Court has worked a 'miracle'.
Five 'justices' --John G. Is Conservative Talk Being Rammed Down Iowans' Dave Bradley finished up his recent series on the history of the stolen media.
If you didn’t catch Dave’s posts, please check them out. Here are the links: Iowa in the Age of Consolidated MediaGetting Our Message Out: Fighting Fire with FM (and Net Neutrality)The Great Surprise – The Telecommunications Act of 1996The Plane Facts About Media: What I Learned While in FlightA Brief History of Media ConsolidationObservations on the Media in Iowa We would like to see Iowans become more familiar with how the right has taken over the media through the courts and how they now control the national conversation. Right-Wing Climate Nuttiness Documented on YouTube. True conservatives condemn military tribunals for terrorists - R. When is a conservative not a conservative?
When they do a 180 degree turn away from their own ideology in order to curry populist political favor. As the White House engages in a war of words with the likes of Sen. Kit Bond (R-Mo), Rep. Peter King (R-NY) and Rep. John Hoekstra (R-Mich.) – each a self-professed, committed ultra-conservative – over the Mirandizing of the Christmas Day bomber and the failure to place him into the military justice system as a way of avoiding rights due him in the Article III courts, none of these players seem to realize they have completely switched ideological sides.
Just ask Fox News Commentator and long-time conservative judicial and legal voice, Judge Andrew P. The Washington Monthly. February 27, 2010 CRESCENTS BEHIND EVERY CORNER....
Will Uncle Sam ban peanuts from airline flights? – USATODAY.com. Right-wing cartoon depicts Obama raping the Statue of Liberty — Tea Party Leader: "Allah is a Monkey God, Muslims are His Animal. A racist tea party leader has expressed his belief that “Allah is a monkey God” and that “Muslims are His animals.”
I understand the Tea Party is diverse but I don’t know how anyone, especially a Muslim (there are some) could be a member of their organization. Tea Party Leader: Allah is a Monkey God A top Tea Party leader, enraged by a plan to build a mosque near Ground Zero, has referred to the Islamic deity as a “monkey-god” and to Muslims as “the animals of allah.” His Tea Party group, meanwhile, tells TPMmuckraker it’s not concerned about the rhetoric. Mark Williams, the conservative talk radio host who is listed as chairman of the Tea Party Express and acts as a frequent spokesman for the group, wrote on his blog Friday: Williams continued: Sharron Angle And... The Scientologists? Olbermann: Palin a 'Phony,' 'Idiot.
Still waiting for Breitbart blogger to back up her nutty attack. Bradley: Education Is a ‘Religious Conflict’ « Texas Freedom Net. So says Texas State Board of Education member David Bradley. Speaking on the Internet radio program WallBuilders Live! Today, the Republican from Beaumont Buna in Southeast Texas told hosts David Barton and Rick Green that “conservatives” hold only a slim majority on the state board: