Partners With 9/11 Truther to Cover Gettysburg Anniversary

A partnership that had to be
6/30/13 10:40:22 pm
Charles Johnson I'm kind of surprised by this actually. Isn't Breitbart one of those sites obsessed with attacking and demonizing Muslims? 9/11 "truth" maybe about as ridiculous as any of the anti Muslim conspiracy theories they promote, but promoting the ...
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Today the right wing propagandists at are announcing a new partnership: ‘GETTYSBURG 150’ BROADCAST SCHEDULE: BREITBART NEWS PARTNERS WITH N3 TO OFFER 20 HOURS OF COVERAGE. Who or what is “Next News Network?” It’s the extreme right wing “news” station started by former Ron Paul Super PAC leader Gary …

Republican Hypocrisy Inaction Watch

GOPers who had no problem demanding federal disaster assistance suddenly find fault with Sandy aid
155Patricia Kayden
1/06/13 6:32:58 pm
Actually I'm surprised that more Republicans didn't vote against this aid. Must be easy to vote against aiding a part of the country which never votes Republican (except a few local offices). Hope they never have to vote for aid ...
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The Disingenuous Attack on Sandy Disaster Response

Rudy’s misguided attacks on the Obama Administration storm response
608Great White Snark
11/05/12 5:35:04 pm
re: #288 erik_t Be as critical as ya want. But, given the close race we can easily speculate Huntsman would have beat the incumbent. After all it's not at all hard to think Huntsman could have gotten say 5% or ...
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Ex-FEMA Director Michael Brown: Obama Reacted to Hurricane Sandy Too Quickly

Irony meter pegged
10/31/12 4:35:18 am
Is their some recondite message contained within this most idiotic statement? Too quick to deal with a monster hurricane colliding with a cold front??? He clearly blabs out bullshit which doesn't originate in his cerebral cortex. A friend of mine ...

Ron Paul Pines for the Good Old Days of the Galveston Hurricane

Dead end libertarian ideology defined
157Cardio (formerly JRCMYP)
8/28/11 6:58:39 pm
Okay, so, I get the "states rights" vs. "fed rights" argument generally when it it comes to localized disasters. But this was a multi-state disaster. And thankfully it didn't include 8 to 9,000 dead the way it did in 1900 ...
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