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Archive for January 24th, 2007

Cheneys 2, Blitzer 0

Posted by Mike on January 24, 2007

This post at Mark Levin Fan containing an audio clip from the Great One’s radio program is excellent for at least two reasons. First, it is now clear that no family pwns Wolf Blitzer quite like the Cheneys. Second, Levin’s rant (and I mean that as a compliment) against MSNBC hits the nail on the head and is best heard without a beverage in your mouth.

Several talk show hosts like Levin, Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, Michael Graham and others are national treasures because of their vigilance in exposing the train wreck that is today’s MSM.  Unfortunately, the Vice President is one of only a select few elected conservatives who even try to confront them.  We could use a few more Cheneys and lot less Hagel.

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John Kerry Decides Not to Run for President

Posted by Mike on January 24, 2007

John Kerry is about to announce that he will not run for President in 2008.  Although both of his supporters are said to be distraught, I think they should cheer up.  This is John Kerry.  He might change his mind.

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Biased Coverage of March for Life

Posted by Mike on January 24, 2007

This piece from Life News dissects the Washington Compost’s biased coverage of Monday’s March For Life.

Biased coverage of the March for Life is old news to those who have ever attended. Those who have been there know the ratio of pro-life to pro-choice marchers is overwhelming. The Life News piece is not exaggerating. If the pro-choice side of the debate could attract such numbers for a March of their own, there would have been front page coverage.

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Fake She Who Must Not Be Named on Fake Episode of Screwball

Posted by Mike on January 24, 2007

Spot on.

Video of Saturday Night Live skit via Hot Air, the site formerly known as Expose the Left

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