Meet me in Idaho, Alaska or Seattle, if you can
find me, first two weeks in
"In his effort, Obama failed to 'fundamentally transform' the
nation, but he succeeded in 'fundamentally transforming' his party. The
fruits of that destruction are what we are seeing today.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles
Schumer, pledges of scorched Earth represent a kind of destructive violence
on our political system." --former House Judiciary Committee minority
counsel for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and current NRA president Mr.
A few things we know for sure:
Democrats will forever believe the 2016 election was stolen
regardless of what the truth may be.
Democrats will continue to
believe Russia put Trump in power whether that’s true or
God himself could come down and reveal the truth and the
media would not believe it.
If God himself came down many
democrats would continue to believe there is no
The jihad isn't terrorism
Now that we've seen a madman plowing a truck into people exiting a
mosque, the media has to stop treating everyone the same -- as terrorists
-- or we won’t know what’s taking place!
Would it even
make sense now to wait for "official word" if a mass death is an act of
terrorism? That word terrorism no longer works as a substitute for
How can you be accurate about jihadis and the muslim
jihad if you call every mass murderer a terrorist? That sure isn’t
right, even a journalist can see that.
Surely this recent guy with
a truck isn’t a jihadi, right? It’s time to call killers
killers. Stop calling murderers gunmen, which demeans guns and men (with a
misandrist sexist term). Get back to the business of using language with
precision. The journalism Code of Ethics requires
Anti-gun-rights bigot’s truth
Dr. Kellermann is one of the
most active campaigners working to debunk the truth and deny your right to
keep and bear arms. He is a constant source of anti-rights propaganda,
thinly veiled as “research” and “evidence,”
absorbed without question by the “news” media. Here is a quote
from him, recently uncovered, from early in his career:
got to resist, your chances of being hurt are less the more lethal your
weapon. If that were my wife, would I want her to have a .38 Special in her
Dr. Arthur Kellermann, Health Magazine, March/April,
1994. Kellermann is the “scientist” who invented a statistic
that you are way more likely (43x) to shoot yourself if you own a gun.
After huge ridicule, he repeatedly lowered the number. It was all bogus.
The left’s fear and loathing of guns knows no
Best result of the Georgia House seat vote
America has been spared the
insufferable gloating and endless taunts we would have faced from "news"
outlets had the democrat won the high-priced seat for the Georgia 6th
District in Tuesday's election (June 20, 2017). Desperate for a win to
prove they're correct, and Trump is a maniac, republicans are dirt and the
left does not have its hair on fire, the left and its fabulously wealthy
allies poured and lost tens of millions of dollars into a tiny race, a
losing candidate, and a losing race in a neighborhood where they're not
wanted, and they predictably lost.
Not even the fact that a woman
beat a man, usually a cause for celebration for the wildly misogynistic
left could douse their burning hair, as the news channels self flagellated,
placed blame, reversed all their prior hype and claimed it didn't matter,
and prepared for their next whipping. The leftists "knew" their guy would
win, hoped he would win, held this out as a referendum on president Trump
(again), and once again got flattened (see now-famous image below), after
it proved Trump is nothing like they believe. Locally, pharmacies have
experienced a run on Prozac and lithium drip
CNN panel bummed out when Georgia democrat
"Referendum on Trump" proves
Trump's a winner, dashing left-wing's hopes for
The tens of millions of dollars weren't
actually lost, you know. For the most part, TV stations, "news" media and
ad agencies got the cash, to pay for mind-numbing incessant advertising, in
a perverse almost criminal cycle where elections are an expensive function
of people like those you see above, paid for by their friends. They may be
sad, but they're rich. God bless America.
Continuing its long history of
blatant deception and hopelessly phony reporting, now popularized as "fake
news" by the current president, USA Today ran a cartoon on its cover
(June 21, 2017) and made it appear to be a photograph of a planet
hundreds of thousands of light years away. The technology for making
such an image is not even a pipe dream, no matter what's in their
The Kepler spacecraft, capable of detecting a wobble in a
distant star's orbit, believed to be indicative of a nearby orbiting
planet, just sent back data showing it has found 219 new wobbles, called
"planets outside our solar system," by Traci Watson, the reporter. No one
has ever seen such a planet. She reports, that scientists report, that 10
of these could have the right "qualifications for hosting life," a wildly
speculative statement with no scientific basis other than hopeful hope that
we on Earth are not alone, and that math "proves" there must be others "out
there" because the universe is really big.
The search for life in
the universe, while a fascinating pursuit, is an egocentric-driven effort
that conveniently attracts billions of dollars on which countless
scientists live. TV programs on PBS, National Geo channel, History Channel
and elsewhere now almost constantly promote the idea that life must exist
elsewhere, disregarding even the most basic principles of scientific
investigation, and filling the airwaves with entertaining
If other civilizations do exist, the chances they might
crush us like ants and take everything this planet has to offer are 50/50.
If they're subject to any of the interpersonal forces and politics we
experience (e.g., angry, hungry, wicked, stupid), the odds are more like
90/10. Our defense against a race capable of getting here and hurtling
large chunks of rock at the planet from space are zero. Our defense against
more sophisticated forms of attack are lower.
This is not a photo, it is a drawing. No such
image is possible. The caption is as it appeared on page one. USA
Today presented it as real with no disclaimer or
explanation. That's how they do things.
How Hot Is Habitable?
Unresolved: The bulk of the science community, flooded with
taxpayer cash for any study or activity remotely related to global
warming/climate change/climate disruption/carbon pollution (the name is in
flux), generally predict disaster for humanity if our planet's
average temperature varies by fractions or a few degrees in the
course of a century.
Astrophysicists, searching for and finding
exoplanets in the "Goldilocks Zone," worlds unfathomably far away but
believed to be just massive enough and just distant enough from their suns
to be within a range that could support life, don't parse out habitability
to fractions of a degree. Is human life so fragile that our Goldilocks Zone
is vanishingly small, but worlds elsewhere can be declared habitable from
thousands of light years away?
Should the alarmism infecting the
new field of "climate science" apply to analysis of distant planets too? Or
does it have anything to do with keeping funding flowing, changing our
lifestyles to pre-ordained standards described by people with low esteem
for American values, as so many people claim—who are then ridiculed
and dismissed as deniers by people in white
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1- Gabby Giffords Pulls Off
(another) Miracle? Laurie Roberts
The lamestream media told you: The lamestream media
Laurie Roberts, Arizona Republic (Gannett) --
Phoenix -- "It was great to see Gabby Giffords at the state Capitol on
Thursday. Great to see the former congresswoman, a long-time supporter
of the Second Amendment, continue to fight for sensible gun
laws." [emphasis added] Giffords was here with former astronaut
husband Mark Kelly to launch Arizona Coalition for Common Sense, which
plans to push for "sensible changes" in the state's gun laws.
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
longer hold their familiar meaning when used in the "news" media. Giffords
and her husband are the leading opponents (not supporters) of everything
Second Amendment supporters seek. The Giffords-Kellys are poster
children for every anti-gun-rights program in the nation, admired
exclusively by the left.
In a short puff piece praising the pair,
a handful of vague proposals were either explicit or implied, familiar
phrases from the anti-gun rights movement. Mixed in were 11 demeaning slurs
aimed at citizens who keep and bear arms.
The concepts these
falsely labeled gun-rights supporters propose, according to Roberts'
article, include: sensible gun laws, sensible changes, enact reasonable
restrictions, and introduce some sanity to our gun laws. A batch of snarky
one-liners about bills introduced to expand and protect the rights of
citizens tipped the balance off the charts.
Among the slurs hurled
at innocent Americans who appreciate their rights this writer Laurie
Roberts dislikes are: packing a pistol in their pants, nothing short of
crazy, worships at the altar of the armory, you can't reason with these
people, and what the gun lobby wants.
Arizona has been ranked
first in the nation for good gun laws for three years in a row, by Guns and
Ammo, the leading magazine in the field. Those people are among the
nation's leading experts, in stark contrast to the unlicensed perpetrators
who think they know something in the so-called "news"
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2- Constitutional Carry Sweeping
Promised bloodbath fails to
materialize, media, opponents, fail to apologize.
paranoid delusion," experts say -- Freedom to Carry is
The lamestream media told you: The lamestream media told
Beyond the usual guns are bad, if
people have them they'll casually
kill each other, it's crazy to "let"
people carry loaded guns around, as if someone has legitimate power to
"let" you exercise your rights, and without carry permits, which we don't
like anyway, and no training at all, you've got a formula for wholesale
bloodshed disaster OMG my hair's on fire.
Ombudsman notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
24 States are planning to introduce or have already
introduced Constitutional Carry laws in their
-- Alabama -- Colorado -- Georgia --
Indiana -- Iowa -- Kentucky -- Louisiana -- Maine --
Michigan -- Minnesota -- Nevada -- North Carolina --
Ohio -- Oklahoma -- Oregon -- Pennsylvania -- Rhode
Island -- South Carolina -- South Dakota -- Tennessee --
Texas -- Utah -- Virginia -- Wisconsin
America now has 14 states with enacted Constitutional Carry, for a total of
38, listed here with enactment date details. Is your state one? Learn how
to move your state toward this freedom, like now:
Carry restores the right to keep and bear arms to the public, by removing
government interference with the exercise of this bundle of rights. It puts
the identical requirements on buying, owning and possessing firearms as
Americans face when buying or preparing food, purchasing clothes, going to
religious institutions, riding bicycles, visiting friends, reading books,
speaking publicly, obtaining knives and axes, or even having and raising
children, namely, none, in a process called liberty. America is famous for
it. Tell your legislators to support Constitutional
Tell your legislators to
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Science Now Decided By Voting? Note: This is not satire, just
Continent "Discovered" on Earth (near New Zealand)
Only if science
promo effort successful
Media has relinquished its roll of calling
BS on BS
The lamestream media
told you: The lamestream media told you:
News is reporting "a long-hidden continent called Zealandia" but since
no scientists are "officially" in charge of "rubber-stamp" naming new
continents, a team of geologists is pitching the case for a new continent
in a science journal, GSA Today. Zealandia is around 1.892 million
square miles of continental crust, according to the report, about the size
of the Indian subcontinent. But it's 94% underwater, surrounding New
Zealand. So who knew.
"If we could pull the plug on the world's
oceans," one researcher named Mortimer said, it would be clear this is a
continent. The editors note "the landmass faces an uphill battle for
continental status, though." I'm not making this up. Maybe if outside dark
money funding poured in, the uphill battle could be more easily won. [OK,
that was satire.] The main advocates say they'll just have to start using
the name "and hope it catches on." A Vermont scientist notes how this
illustrates "the large and obvious can be overlooked in science." And in
journalism. The case for Zealandia has been built for more than a decade.
For now Earth still has seven continents.
Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
Science traditionally requires experiment,
observation, evidence, reproducible results, double-blind testing,
formulation and testing of hypothesis, all generally under the
pseudo-defined scientific method -- not voting in an opinion poll and
campaigning for favored terms, definitions and results. Doing so should
disqualify a person from using the label "scientist," but since no
scientists are "officially" in charge of "rubber-stamp" naming new
scientists, the term can get used with some slacktivism.
planet Pluto, you may recall, was voted out of our solar system by a slim
majority of a small number of voting astrophysicists who couldn't agree on
the science of the matter. The vote was 237 for removal out 424 voting, or
55.9%, in what now passes for science. The "news" media dutifully carried
the story, giving "scientists" credibility, while sacrificing what little
credibility the media had left.
Scientists today, some so bereft
of reason and viable subject matter they are literally contemplating their
navels, are getting funding for studies and work no rational person would
ever justify, and publishing results scientists themselves are starting to
question. Sometimes. Naming continents no one can see is a candidate for an
award that has yet to be named. No indication of funding for this ten-year
and ongoing expense was revealed in the report, but surely someone paid for
it, or real work sat idle. Like serving fries with that
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4- Leftists Dominate Navy
commissioning attracts one party
The USS Gabrielle Giffords, a coastal waters ("littoral")
combat vessel, named for the former congresswoman who was shot by a crazed
mass murderer and survived, was commissioned recently in Texas, as it is
set to begin operations.
The highly contentious nature of the
vessel's naming is underscored by the fact that congresswoman Gifford's
main claim to notoriety, aside from being the victim of a mass murderer, is
her role as the poster child for anti-gun-rights campaigns funded in large
measure by anti-rights bigot Michael Bloomberg and his cohorts. Her
husband, former astronaut Mark Kelly, cooperates with the civil-rights
discrimination efforts and appearances.
The partisan nature of her
activities and the ship's commissioning were emphasized by the other
notables at the event, including former second lady Jill Biden, House
minority leader Nancy Pelosi, and the most divisive figure in American
politics today, the woman who singlehandedly set the political left on fire
when her corrupt effort to gain the presidency met with stunning defeat,
Hillary Rodham Clinton. No notable republicans attended the event,
according to published reports.
This naming of this $350 million
vessel set an odd precedent, for reasons that were unclear at press time.
For the Navy to name a vessel after a person who campaigns to disarm the
American public is a disgrace, according to experts familiar with the
We have been unable to verify reports the USS Giffords
will be the Navy's first "weapons free" ship, serving a vegan menu, featuring numerous safe spaces, unisex
uniforms and more.
The rest of this report has been verified.
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5- Law Firms to Gang up on
Constitution "Firearms Accountability Counsel Task
$1,000/hr. lawyers will attempt to
unravel Second Amendment
Joint effort to stop "gun
violence" (at the expense of rights you currently enjoy)
familiar left-wing gun-control dialog -- but with fresh blood, legal
eagles and "novel" strategies, the same misconceptions and
prejudices, plus tens of millions to spend (dark money?) on "free"
Gun owners and local laws are their prime
Stymied at federal level, they're targeting
The lamestream media told you: The lamestream
media told you:
The New York Times
offered up one of its Sunday front pages and an entire back page to
applaud the introduction of an army of elite law-firm lawyers, supported
by fees from their clients, to do "free" work attacking the current
status of the Second Amendment.
Diminishing rights Americans have
didn't rise to the awareness of reporters or editors who produced the
piece. They displayed instead hoplophobic blinders, obscuring their
preoccupation with what they call gun violence, misdirecting
attention from criminal behavior and crime.
literally gushing at the possibilities, lambasted the "gun lobby" for
doing such a successful job in protecting the right to keep and bear
arms at the local, state and federal legislative and judicial levels,
then predicted a campaign of destruction for gun rights at the hands of
the high-powered coalition of firms, allied with the usual
anti-gun-rights suspects, naming many of the firms and their
Arnold & Porter, Richard M. Alexander, chairman Brady
Center to Promote Gun Violence, Avery Gardiner, chief legal
officer Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School,
Eric M. Ruben Covington & Burling, represented D.C. in
Heller Dentons Everytown for Gun Safety, Michael Bloomberg,
financier (did not join) Hogan Lovells Law Center to Prevent Gun
Violence, Robyn Thomas, executive director Mayer Brown, Counsel to
Brady Center Munger, Tolles & Olsen, Brad D. Brian, co-managing
partner* O'Melveney &Myers, represented D.C. in Heller, Charlie
Lifland, Partner Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, Brad S.
Karp, chairman Ropes & Gray, Counsel to Brady Center Skadden Arps,
Counsel to Brady Center
Mr. Brian makes a familiar "but" statement in the article, "...
recognize that the Second Amendment is an important part of our
Constitution... responsible gun owners... but... an epidemic of
gun violence... law can save innocent lives without infringing..."
Additional easily recognizable left-leaning gun-speak permeates the
Among the numerous points of
attack, according to the
Times, for which the American
community should be alert and prepare:
-- File lawsuits in federal
courts -- File lawsuits in state and local courts -- File
regulatory complaints -- Seek cooperation with regulatory
agencies -- Seek help from regulators -- Encourage state and
federal regulators to join lawsuits -- Overturn selected state laws on
any grounds -- Prevent the legal right to bear arms in public or
private places -- (i.e., challenge laws that "force" places to allow
carry)* -- Force publication of confidential crime data -- Force
access to private gun ownership data -- Weaken protections for the
innocent in 2A cases -- Go after the gun industry for stifling
competition -- Charge the gun industry with restraint of trade --
(e.g., failure to develop and market flawed smart guns) -- Pursue
anti-trust violations against the gun industry -- Defeat the Protection
of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act -- (note: Like all media, the
Times constantly mischaracterizes PLCA, it only prevents nuisance
lawsuits, it is not blanket protection from lawsuits as they say). --
Circumvent the Protection of Lawful Commerce in
Arms Act -- Pursue "bad apple" gun
dealers -- (a rational idea if truly pursued properly) -- Enlist
BATFE in the gun-control effort in multiple ways -- Renew funding to
CDC and other federal infringement
Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
I pretty much said it all in my assessment of
what they wrote.
let me digress for a second. Who hires attorney's at $1,000 an hour?
That's outside the grasp of most of us. We can barely imagine $250 an
hour and that's when your life is on the line for self defense. Because
we work for a living and earn it. When I worked for one of the big
hi-tech firms (I won't say which), they were pulling down a million
dollars a minute, so it made sense for them to have data centers
on three parts of the planet, so even a meteor strike would leave them
up and running. That's the kind of companies these law firms are
attached to, whose backing makes this pro bono (free) work possible.
Nothing is free. It's unpriced at the point of delivery.
also point out that the Times
mentions, despondently, that the President of the United States, "a
Republican, has vowed to defend the Second Amendment and expand
protections for gun owners," as if this is a bad thing. The next
sentence does suggest this program might hurt the law firms who
typically defend Wall St. and have clients aligned with the gun
business. Not to mention aligned with The
American Way http://www.gunlaws.com/TheAmericanWay.htm, to which the
Times obviously no longer belongs.
The idea that a person with a firearm can't eat at a lunch counter is
at the heart of the modern-day civil-rights struggle, to free gun owners
from outrageous segregation and discrimination. The left, which had
fought the civil-rights battle, now wants Jim Crow-style laws to deny
civil rights they don't like. I'll be writing more about this
Special note to the
perceptive lawyers on this list:
is a subtle but seductively deceptive and pejorative term of art used
by partisans to motivate unsuspecting people into believing a false
narrative. An accurate and more descriptive term that can properly
illuminate the subject and add focus to help lead to actual solutions is
"criminal activity." By allowing focus to drift to guns per se,
an object of fear for many in this arena, instead of crime control,
which is our true goal, we end up assaulting an object and tangentially
people's rights, instead of the behavior of miscreants, repetitious acts
and social conditions that are the root cause of the problems we
mutually seek to resolve.
The term gun violence invokes
the fearsome image of someone shooting a person. The strong emotional
hook is well understood, and used. On the other hand, criminal
activity takes into account not only illegal shots fired, but the
essential precursors -- smuggling, theft, prohibited possession,
straw purchase, transport,
illegal carry, black markets, repeat offenders, failures to prosecute,
catch and release and more. The left either typically fails to
understand this, or ignores it to advance an incremental disarmament
agenda. Consequently our efforts to reduce crime are stopped cold,
because the infringements interfere politically. Focus on criminal
activity and crime, not euphemistic "gun violence" and guns, and watch
clarity expand and results develop. Crime control, not gun
The lamestream media told
you: The lamestream media told you:
gave you the whole story, but with their spin, and context, most folks
probably missed the gist.
The Uninvited Ombudsman
notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
A deep and insightful description of what's happening to
the masses on the left ran front and center recently across most "news"
"Many feel left behind, left out, looked down on. Their
anger and alienation has proved a fertile ground for false promises and
false information. Their economic problems and cultural anxiety must be
addressed or they will continue to sign up to be foot soldiers in the
ongoing conflict between 'us and them'," this insightful critic
"In the years to come there will be trolls galore,
online and in person, eager to tell you that you don't have anything
worthwhile to say or anything meaningful to contribute."
democrat critic said democrats have been flinging charges at the Trump
administration, which are concocted and lack factual support. The speaker
warned of "an all-out assault on truth" which is "necessary for democracy
Now, everyone awake already understands the left-wing
media abandoned truth and honest reporting a long while ago.
left-bashing statements and wake-up calls were in the speech delivered
by... Hillary Rodham Clinton on May 27, 2017, who appeared unaware of the
deplorable underpinning of her remarks. The media missed it too. If you
didn’t know better, at times you might swear she was talking about
herself and her supporters.
Ms. Rodham-Clinton spoke at the
commencement at Wellesley College, an gender-segregated all-girls elite
private school, which she attended in her youth. Lamestream reporters noted
her prior attendance, but failed to point out that the school bans men from
attending, yet has not been charged with discrimination. The all-female
graduating class repeatedly cheered Rodham-Clinton's comments. The
dim-light hypocrisy was almost late-night humor.
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7- Disarm Annoying People --
Empower relatives and
friends to declare anyone unfit
"It could save
Violations of journalism ethics
Violations of due process and constitutionality
Californians basically like
The lamestream media
told you: The lamestream media told you:
The New York
Times, in its unending legacy of anti-gun-rights editorials (June 1,
2017), is now praising a California gun law as "particularly important
because it gives standing to concerned family members, not just the police,
to seek a court ruling against possession of a gun by a violent abuser."
(Violent abuser includes an annoying person*.)
numbers from (unidentified) Michael Bloomberg's "gun-control" group, the
paper claims of 156 mass shootings from 2009 to 2016, clearly an awful lot,
54% were traced to domestic violence, also a lot apparently. Support for
the numbers, as usual is not provided, though Everytown for Gun Something
gets plugged by name.
Doing the math shows 22 total events claimed
per year, or 1 per month (54%), statistically insignificant. All
unintentional death is of course tragic, a point on which everyone agrees,
and which the Times makes repeatedly, sometimes several times in
The Uninvited Ombudsman notes
however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
Everything has a cost. For whatever expense goes into
preventing the single monthly event the Times appears so concerned
about, funds are unavailable to address, for example, the 100,000 annual
deaths multiple sources continue to report occur from iatrogenic death --
what the industry calls medical misadventure, or what the public calls
doctor's mistakes. (And don't overlook nosocomial disabilities and death,
maladies you catch in hospitals.)
The new California law would
allow relatives and family members to disarm people by just asking a court
to do so, without adequate representation for the person subject to the
rights denial, in the hope the disarming would do more good than harm.
Charging anyone for the 100,000 annual "mistake" deaths is virtually
impossible. Californians are well known for their strained far-left
anti-gun biases, where a good gun is no gun. Family members, under the new
law, includes people you have dated, or ever stayed at your
California already enforces removal of Second Amendment
rights for people charged, but not convicted of anything. If the
Times was concerned with saving lives, and not disarming the public
as critics claim their reporters stand in violation of their ethical oaths,
it's obvious the paper might have a different focus.
Times accepts mountains of expensive drug company and other medical
advertising. They take no advertising from the firearms industry. But I
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media told you: The lamestream media told you:
Journalism Review, a formerly highly respected centrist commentator on
the state of journalism, and now an integral part of the left-wing media
produced at an alt-left college, is incredulous at the inability of
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overlooks the virtual lock liberals maintain on print, broadcast TV and
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of propaganda disguised as news or to slavishly carry water for any
political party or cause, but rather to bring professional, truth-telling
journalism to large numbers of Americans, many of whom trust neither Fox
and Friends nor the mainstream media to tell the truth," Hertsgaard
[Hertsgaard overlooks the delivery of propaganda disguised
as news from CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC and CBS, or how they slavishly carry
water for any political party or cause -- if it's left
"It's not as though the left hasn't tried (see below),
but any attempt to replicate the success of Breitbart, let alone Fox News,
requires serious funding and the sort of breakthrough success that has so
far eluded liberal outlets."
[Hertsgaard recognizes that serious
funding, and not free-market results, is needed.]
some of the failed almost laughable attempts, which confound the left,
including the failure of Air America, with an obituary from the New York
Air America, the long-suffering progressive talk radio network,
abruptly shut down on Thursday, bowing to what it called a "very difficult
economic environment." NYT 1/21/10 "It would be a shame if the world
sees the failure of Air America as representing the failure of progressive
talk radio," said Michael Harrison, the editor of Talkers Magazine, a talk
radio publication. Company's chairman, in an unusual statement for a left
winger, said, "our company cannot escape the laws of economics." The
broadcaster had a role in the careers of Rachel Maddow and Al Franken, both
of whom hosted shows there before it failed.
Ombudsman notes however that: The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however
CJR and this writer lack even a glimmer of awareness
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the content. If you’ve debated with these people, you’ve found
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even slightly uncomfortable, can’t grasp concepts greater than a
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-- and listenership. Of course it fails. Gather enough and yes you can
elect candidates -- to everyone’s detriment -- but run a financially
sound, audience-dependent information-based broadcast... different
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Good day Alan, Just read your article
about Gun Rights and getting the definition of infringement changed. I
thought that was brilliant. I was wanting to know if I could get an
electronic copy of this article that I could forward on to my state
Representative? My state of MN is pretty much controlled by DFL's, however
I have been able to get some grass roots changes started with my Rep. Last
year we were finally able to get reciprocity with our neighbor North
Dakota. I think it would be great if more states took your approach to
clearing the meaning of infringement before things get out of control. Ray
B. [This is it. We've gone on to draft a bill. Alan.] http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/22/korwin-american-protection-of-arms-declaration/
Mr. Korwin, It appears I've not received your Page Nine newsletter since
February 8th. I'm not sure if somehow my email address fell off the list
but I would love to keep receiving anything you send out. I heard you on
with Mark Walters from his May 2nd show, as I was catching up on past
episodes. I have been so busy that unfortunately, I had not noticed the
lapse in receiving your emails. Could you please ensure I'm still on the
list? And if for some reason, I'm no longer in the list with this address,
please add me back on with the following address. Thanks so much for all
you do for gun rights. George R. [Done. Service providers can remove you
without your permission or knowledge, It’s an ongoing problem.
"The colored people of the national
association for the advancement of colored people are proposing intolerant
racist revisionism of history that is unacceptable in a free country, but
they have so threatened people with charges of racism everyone, especially
the so-called 'news' media, is afraid to comment on it
"What's happened to cable TV news and the so-called
'news' media in general? They are so enamored with promoting un-American
multiculturalism and destructive affirmative action they have abandoned
e pluribus unum." A.E. [Few people are willing to say this, but the
hypocrisy is monumental and you are not incorrect.
Hello, I've been getting your
newsletter for about ten years now. I'm changing my email address but saw
no way to do it on your website. The address on this email is the new one.
Please make the appropriate changes as I think your newsletter is very
important. Thank you. Joe [Done. When we started the system at the
beginning of time things were quite primitive. We’re due for an
upgrade, and a ton of other things. Alan.]
appears to me that the bad guys have taken over FOX news. Most of the
commentators who spoke the truth are being systematically removed. The
left has and wants control of all the media as the media controls who is to
win often. Dean H. [There certainly are a boatload of troubles in the
"news" media. Alan.]
My good friend Brooks H.
wrote about this item, my re-write of a so-called news story, without the
"Another school murder. This one, at North Park
Elementary in San Bernardino, Calif., had occurred when another psychotic
burst into a classroom and murdered a special-education teacher and an
8-year-old boy, seriously wounding another student, age 9, before the
unrestrained murderer committed
wait … why another? Had there been a prior killer in the
classroom? " [The media said "another" so I just used their choice of
words. Ask them.]
"And why psychotic? Did the
newspaper psychoanalyze him?" [Of course the newspaper didn't
psychoanalyze him once he was dead. psychotic: (synonyms): insane, mad,
deranged, demented, crazed, psychopathic, I looked them up. Would you have
preferred psychopath: A person suffering from chronic mental disorder with
abnormal or violent social behavior. Papers predictably assault men and
guns and call such a person a gunman.]
How about "a man
with a gun"?
[While man with a gun is accurate, so is murderer.
Word choices that persistently denigrate firearms are part of a larger
plan, constantly evidenced in the media, with a sinister purpose, often
voiced, and so to be avoided in order to preserve American freedom and help
deter those in the media who hate America and seek its downfall. We can
debate that point if you think it needs debate or think it is
"BTW, do you know he was unrestrained? " [The
man's lack of restraint is self-evident.]
"I agree with the
murdered part. " BH
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