Gore appeared on the Charlie Rose show last night, unfortunately the editors left the part where Gore rips Fox News as "propaganda" on the cutting room floor. I've watched Gore's appearance on the Charlie Rose show on my DVR and also on Charlie Rose's web site and the "propaganda" part is not there. The editors did leave in the part where Gore praises the Al Jazeera network--so I grabbed that. Having said that, someone who attended the live taping of the show recorded the "propaganda" part on their cell phone. The video is not stellar but the content is worth watching--especially when it is juxtaposed with Gore's praising Al Jazeera.
Al Gore: Al Jazeera "Tell It Like It Is" -- They're "Respected"
Al Gore: Fox News Is "Propaganda"
In case you were not sure how Chuck Hagel felt about Israel after his "Jewish lobby" comment:
MS-NBC's Alex Wagner was caught with her bleeding heart in the cookie jar today when she ripped C-NBC co-anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin of "Squawk Box" for daring to say that the Obama economy has been not so good.
Her reaction after being called out is priceless:
Friends after this? We would say in my home state of Minnesota: Not so much.
Mark Mattioli on Monday in Hartford, Connecticut speaking in front of a gun violence task force. Mattioli receives a standing ovation at the end of his testimony in which he declares that more gun laws are not the solution--the massacres are only the "symptom" he says.
Here's the Cambridge dictionary definition for "oasis": a calm, pleasant place in the middle of somewhere busy and unpleasant.
I believe President Obama would approve of the word "oasis" to describe the proper environment for a woman wanting to end the life of her baby; after all, who would want to be punished with such a thing?
CNN acknowledged the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision by featuring Amy Hagstrom [where's my hyphen?] Miller, CEO of Whole Woman's Health, a company operating six abortion clinics in Texas--a very pro-life state and home of the Roe v. Wade case.
The Whole Woman's Health mantra is "Changing the World, One Woman At A Time." If you call "changing the world" the elimination of over 50 million babies since Roe v. Wade in 1973, I would agree that their slogan is spot-on. Hitler changed the world by eliminating 6 million Jews, Mao changed the world by eliminating about 70 million Chinese, and Stalin changed the world by eliminating 40 million Russians. But each year, worldwide, approximately 40 to 45 million women abort their children. And who said men are the more violent and barbaric sex?
Miller's education reads just as you might expect it to: BA, International Studies, Religious Studies, Women's Studies. Ah yes, three of the many worthless degrees that end with the word "studies."
To reduce the gut-stabbing heartache, I kept the video as short as possible:
This isn't the first time the BuzzFeed and Rolling Stone journalist has been candid about the liberal media. The fact that the libs are no longer afraid to admit that the media are almost all liberal and lob nothing but soft balls to Obama and his Democrat ilk says a lot about their confidence and shows how little they worry about Americans knowing this truth.
B to the S! There's no doubting that after hearing this General Martin Dempsey would make a great "women's studies" college professor. Dempsey says it's all psychological and societal pressure that determines males to be seen as "warrior" and women as not. Colleges have been pushing this line of garbage for years and have finally succumb to waving the white flag because the simple fact is reality is just to hard to ignore. This male/female worldview sees no inherent difference between males and females--only their different genitalia. This is how they can fully embrace homosexual marriage--after all, if there's no inherent difference between a male and a female there's no need to have each sex in the picture: there's nothing unique that a woman offers to her children and there's nothing unique a male offers to his children.
Having said all this, I can't bring myself to believe Panetta and Dempsey are this deceived. On the other hand, if they are deceived, let me say that there is something worse and more dangerous than deception: self deception. If these outside-the-box "deep thinkers" really believed what they said, Title IX would have made all sports intramural instead of adding more female opportunities for female-only teams. Instead, they stick to pixie-dust-sprinkled talking points and label those who disagree with them as sexist, homophobic, etc.
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