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.
Glenn Beck and Seton Motley of the Media Research Center discussed the current attempts to stifle free speech, outside of the Fairness Doctrine, compliments of Mark Lloyd, the new FCC Diversity Officer. “Freedom of speech is a distraction?” Are they kidding us? However, that’s not the worst. People, if there is one quote from this video that resonates with you, it should be the one that came from Van Jones’ own mouth: “I am a community organizer in the Federal family.”
I don’t think more words are even necessary to express the chill I feel over that proclamation.
Tonight on Special Report, MRC’s Brent Bozell was on with Bret Baier to discuss and explain the blatant media bias over this past week between the reporting of abortion doctor Tiller’s killer, and the radical Muslim fanatic who gunned down an Army Recruiter in Arkansas, and injured another soldier. In Little Rock ARK, Army Pvt. William Long was killed by an islamofascist, and it’s now being discovered he had other plans in mind. He also may not be working alone.
Dr. Tiller’s killer was a lone crazed gunman, one that everyone condemned, and the Obama administration came out immediately making a strong statement against that. Attorney General, Eric Holder, immediately ordered more security at select abortion clinics, and there’s been near round-the-clock media outrage over that murder.
Compare that to Pvt. Long’s murder. Hardly anyone but conservative bloggers and Fox News are covering it, and Bret said he could not even get an official statement from the White House about it up to the time of his report tonight. They would only say they issued a non-formal statement to Arkansas media, and only at their request for one.