Posts Tagged ‘Glenn Beck’

Tanks for Hugo, bankrupt states, the Supremes, and the roundup

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

J. E. Dyer looks at the topography affecting those tanks Hugo Chavez is receiving from Russia:
Bridges to Bogotá.

Mary O’Grady reports that The U.S. Defends Democracy in Haiti
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice backs the OAS’s report of fraud in Haiti’s presidential election.

James Pethokoukis asks, Did Wall Street nix GOP push to let states go bankrupt?

Bipartisan seating for the SOTU address tonight? Not for Nancy Pelosi: Pelosi not sitting with Cantor, despite his invitation. Tweet Of The Day: Don’t Wait To Ask The Girl To The Prom Edition. Since she won’t be sitting behind the President, we shall be spared the sight of Nancy as cheeleader-in-chief to Obama’s every word:

Thank goodness for small favors.

Justice Scalia says he hasn’t “gone to the State of the Union in at least 10 years, and I’m not starting tomorrow night either.” Roger Kimball also has the State of the Union Blues. I think I’ll head out to meditation class.

Over at MSNBC, [Chris] Matthews Ties Tea Partiers to ‘Nazi Stuff’ Moments After Bashing [Glenn] Beck for ‘Violent Rhetoric’. Beck is in hot water with Liberals and the New York Times for pointing out Frances Fox Piven’s calls for violence. At the Wall Street Journal, James Taranto uncovers the real Advocate of Violence
Frances Fox Piven and the New York Times’s dishonest campaign for “civility.”
American Power has video of Beck’s follow-up,

Matt Keller ponders The Most Useful College Class I Ever Took, or: “Everyone Loves Raymond, unless Raymond owns more land than you and his Livestock eats your feed” Via Pundette, Mark Steyn writes about the Danish show trials,

The Danish Member of Parliament Jesper Langballe commented on the Hedegaard case and was himself charged with “racism”. While preparing his defense, he was also told by the court that “defendants in cases brought under Article 266b are denied the right to prove their case”.

Oh.

That’s why these are heresy trials, and only the first of many. The prosecutors think Hedegaard, Langballe, Wilders, Mrs Sabbaditsch-Wolff et al are apostates from the new state religion of multiculturalism. Thuggish Muslim lobby groups, on the other hand, consider them heretics against Islam. In practice, it makes little difference, and multiculturalism is merely an interim phase, a once useful cover for an Islamic imperialism so confident it now barely needs one. The good news is that European prosecutors are doing such a grand job with their pilot program of show trials you’ll hardly notice the difference when sharia is formally instituted.

Back in the USA, just because you’re a Cabinet member doesn’t mean the POTUS can spare any time with you, and just because you are First Lady doesn’t mean you can get good tailoring.

Last but not least, Artsy And They Spared Us the Speedos

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Andrew Ian Dodge in today’s podcast

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Today at 11AM Eastern, Andrew Ian Dodge talks about Rachel Maddow, Glenn Beck, and the Tea Party movement.

You can also listen to the archived podcast at your convenience here.

Related:
Honor Beck
On ‘Beckapalooza’ weekend

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How many at the Glenn Beck rally? UPDATED

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

The image the WaPo website carried for most of the rally itself?

Or this?

And the participants left the National Mall clean, too:

Media Bias? Nah, They’re Just Protecting Their Investment!

UPDATE
You can watch the video of the rally here

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PU professor loves Glenn Beck VIDEO

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

Via Another Black Conservative, it’s a real love fest from the new Princeton University faculty hire:
Van Jones to Glenn Beck: ‘I Love You, Brother’

“I see you, and I love you, brother,” Mr. Jones said. “I love you and you cannot do anything about it. I love you and you cannot do anything about it. Let’s be one country. Let’s be one country. Let’s get the job done.”

Glenn Beck loves him back, too:

My only question is, Does that mean they’re both smart?