Today on Glenn’s show, he discussed the general deficit of trust we have in America, specifically when it deals with the media. For you libs out there, I’m putting this out front right now – Beck implores us all to NOT trust him, but go out and do research for ourselves on everything we see, read or hear. I’ve followed that and done all my own research.
This was a great compilation for the Media Research Center. Subjects included the BP oil spill, Helen Thomas, winning female political candidates, PBS, radical “Christianity” according to Tavis Smiley, the Israeli flotilla incident, all things “Bush’s Fault,” Arianna Huffington, the dark overlords a.k.a. “Boooooosh-Cheney,” the Gore breakup, Sarah Palin, Islam, and more.
Bozell’s job is just too easy, ya know? LOL @ the MSM.
A lot has been said about this book already, and much publicized so far, so I’m going to let this video speak mostly for itself. Tonight on Hannity’s show, “Game Change” authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann were on to discuss some of the more juicy details of the book.
Former Secretary of State, Lawrence Eagleburger, was on with Napolitano today (sitting in for Beck), and Iran was the topic of discussion. Eagleburger had a few choice words for Obama, said he’s a novice at foreign policy and should probably take that advice from his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. Eagleburger says Obama thinks he is only speaking for himself, but is forgetting that he speaks for all Americans – and we are SICK of what’s happening to the freedom-seekers in Iran. He should speak out with OUR voice; not his.
After some of the reports today from Iran, I can’t say I disagree with him at all. Obama preens while the Iranians are being thrown off bridges, axed to death, beaten, shot, and probably more than we’ll ever know. Eagleburger says the Mullah theocracy cannot last the new media age, but it will take a long time. He says it’s unfortunate that Iranians have not yet had the full taste of Western freedom, and if they did, they would be even more hungry for it.
On his first official day in the White House, President Barack Obama was on the horn to President Mahmoud Abbas.
â€œThe spokesman for President Abbas revealed that Mr. Obama had told the Palestinian leader that their conversation was his first with a foreign statesman since taking office.â€ (TimesOnLine, Jan. 22, 2009).
Some thought that first call to the leader of the Palestinian authority was for spite. Others for statesman like reasons, still others for appeasement.
Given that a clip from Al-Jazeera televised Hamas-controlled Palestinians â€œburning up the phone bank from Gazaâ€ to rally support for his presidential campaign, perhaps the telephone call was made out of gratitude.