Here’s a brief compilation of Kimberlin’s “greatest hits,” as reported by The Blaze:
Drug dealer, alleged child molester, and convicted perjurer, forger and Indiana Speedway Bomber (who is also believed to have played a role in the assassination of a grandmother), Brett Kimberlin, spent 17 years in prison before his ultimate re-absorption into American society
He started a non-profit dubbed “Justice Through Music (JTM)” that has, since at least 2005, been funded by George Soros’ Tides Foundation and Barbara Streisand among other leftists
Along with his associate, Kimberlin also started an organization called “Velvet Revolution” that supports the Occupy movement
JTM’s goal is to use music to foster “social justice” and fight Republican “voter fraud” (like the kind George Bush allegedly used to “steal” the Florida election)
Any blogger — conservative and liberal alike — who has written the truth about Kimberlin has come under vicious attack by either Kimberlin or his minions, suffering death threats (veiled and unveiled), multiple lawsuits, loss of jobs and worse
Okay, I don’t know about you, but I am about damn fed up of all this bullying by Media Matters, and even moreso the advertisers who caved to their pressure to pull their advertising from Rush Limbaugh’s show. How do we fight this? We let these advertisers know EXACTLY how we feel about their pussification inflicted by the left-wing media. If I have ever done business with any of these nine corporations, it has already been cut off, or will soon be cut off. I will also make note for time immemorial to NEVER do business with ANY of them, and will tell my friends to do the same.
Scribes, pundits and patriots everywhere… READY YOUR PENS, KEYBOARDS, AND TELEPHONES! Let these wusses know the boycott door swings both ways!
Everyone is saying that Barack Obama threw Israel under the bus, but they are citing the part of his disastrous Mideast Foreign Policy speech where he says Israel must go back to the pre-1967 borders in order to have peace with Palestine. I contend, however, that it’s the part where he tells Israel she’s on her own! Here’s the portion of the speech I’m referring to, courtesy The Root: (emphasis mine)
“As for security, every state has the right to self-defense, and Israel must be able to defend itself — by itself — against any threat. Provisions must also be robust enough to prevent a resurgence of terrorism to stop the infiltration of weapons and to provide effective border security. The full and phased withdrawal of Israeli military forces should be coordinated with the assumption of Palestinian security responsibility in a sovereign, nonmilitarized state. The duration of this transition period must be agreed, and the effectiveness of security arrangements must be demonstrated.”
Did you read that? “…by itself?” Israel must be strong enough to DEFEND itself BY ITSELF! In other words, ‘hey, Israel, if you have to defend yourself aganist Iran, Syria, Egypt, or whomever else, you will NOT be getting any help from us!’ That’s exactly what he said, and it’s exactly what he meant. What? We can help the Libyans and Syrians, but we won’t help Israel? Are you kidding me?
In this insane political environment in which we find ourselves after the horrible tragedy in Tucson last Saturday, we have renewed calls from various officials, pundits, journalists, and even lawmakers floating ludicrous proposals to ‘tone down the rhetoric,’ ‘tamp down the vitriol,’ and change the political climate; all by creating new laws and regulations regarding speech, certain words in general, and, yes, even symbols.
So I’ve taken the time to give them some example of this “vitriolic rhetoric” and how they’re used in our everyday conversations, so the new Speech Police will be able to more easily recognize these inflammatory terms and phrases when they’re encountered.
Yes, this list is ridiculously long, but the wailing and gnashing of teeth, sweating of brow, and fretting over such terms and phrases is just as ridiculous; not necessarily in length but in breadth of insanity.
So, here we go. These are the things that we may no longer be able to say, and phrases we may no longer be able to use (in print or orally) once the Speech Police have gotten their way.