Mel Gibson, who compared President Bush to the barbaric rulers of the Mayan
civilisation in his new film Apocalypto. According to a British magazine interview, Gibson stated "The fear-mongering we depict in the film reminds me of President Bush and his guys". Though Gibson didn't mention how many Maya buildings were taken out by jets piloted by terrorists, which -- afterall -- is what began our war on terror. (Gibson should stick to making movies, he's got talent there, but keep the screwed up Hollywood ideological and political views to himself.) [Yahoo News, May 12, 2006]
Al Gore, who believes it is perfectly acceptable to lie. In an interview he stated "I believe it is appropriate to have an overrepresentation of factual
presentations on how dangerous it is, as a predicate for opening up the
audience." (emphasis added) We read this as meaning that he believes it is acceptable to lie. And this liar wanted to be a president? "democrats" must be on something. [Washington Times, May 24, 2006]
Linda Greenhouse, of the "new york times", who stated that the U.S. Government has "turned its energy and attention away from upholding the rule of law and toward creating law-free zones at Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib, Haditha and other places around the world." Her brain clearly has no ability to recall Waco, Ruby Ridge, and other events in the 90's, that targeted Americans minding their own business, and not terrorists who are sworn to kill every American on the planet (including everyone at the "new york times"). Perhaps she is saying that "rule of law" means the killing of Americans, as this would make her statements consistent, and also explain the editorial direction of the "new york times". Perhaps it's also the foundation for the believes of your garden variety "democrat". [Fox News, Brit Hume, September 28, 2006]
Paul Grosswiler, of the "University" of Maine, who gives extra credit to students who burn the American flag or the Constitution. [Bangornews, November 3, 2007]
James Hansen, of NASA, who appears to have been spreading lies about being muffled by NASA on spreading his theories on global warming. It turns out that he has been cited a lot, perhaps more than any other "scientist" on "global warming". But then again, this is the same guy who stated in an interview that he believes that "Emphasis on extreme scenarios" was appropriate. We take this to mean that it's acceptable to be unethical and potentially a liar. What makes this scary is that this yahoo is also the climate "guru" for Gore. We also hear that his "work" has been bankrolled by Soros, which explains a lot. [Washington Times, May 24, 2006]
Democrat Congressman from Louisiana (New Orleans) for upholding the "high" standards of his party by accepting $100,000 in $100 bills from an FBI informant. If he were a Republican, this would probably be front page news for weeks. Since he's from the other side of the isle, we won't hold our breath to see how much airtime it gets. [Breitbart.com, May 21, 2006]
"new york times" executive editor, who decided to release classified National Security material in his "news"paper. This despite a personal plea by the President in a meeting at the White House that he not do so. [Fox News, Brit Hume, June 23, 2006, New York Magazine, September 18, 2006 issue]
Sha Lar, of Santa Cruz, for being an organizer of the "2nd Annual Old Time American Flag Burn" that apparently "celebrates" our freedoms by burning American flags.[Santa Cruz Sentinel, July 4, 2006]
a main liar for "truthout". Embodies the reality of the "democratic" party, and the fact that "truthout" still hasn't fired him tells you just what level of accuracy they take for acceptable. [Washington Post, Joe Lauria, June 18, 2006]
the Nobel Laureate in literature, who called the September 11 attacks "not so bad". While this was in comparison to the thousands who died in IRA terror in England and Northern Ireland over 30 years, it's a ridiculous comparison. She probably thinks that Hitler wasn't "so bad", because he only killed 10 million civilians in death camps (give or take a few million), compared to a likely much higher number in China during their "cultural revolution" or in the Soviet Union under Stalin. [Breitbart.com, October 22, 2007]
Madonna, (the singer) who is now using political rhetoric to sell her flailing music. The latest is insulting President Bush and the Catholic Church. It's too bad that she isn't using her influence based on facts to truly make a positive difference in the world. Maybe she should consider retirement. [Reuters, May 22, 2006]
Natalie Maines, of the "Dixie Chicks". Not only is she a left-wing radical, but she can't even relate conversations right. [Fox News, O'Reilly, May 23, 2006]
Martie Maquire, of the "Dixie Chicks". [See comments under Natalie Maines above]
Cynthia McKinney, "hard hitting" House Democrat from Georgia, attached
dozens of autopsy photos from Colombia to a House Armed Services
Committee report on the defense authorization bill. We're sure there's some bizarre explanation for it, just as she surely must have some bizarre explanation for attacking a police officer. [Fox News, Brit Hume, May 12, 2006]
Jim Moran, a house "Democrat" from Virginia, who seems to be unable to keep a September 11 memorial and a political speech apart. He should be ashamed of himself. If you ever considered voting for him despite him being a "Democrat", we suggest that you now review that in light of his insensitivity to the thousands who died. [Sun Gazette Newspapers, September 11, 2006]
Will Moreno, spokesman for the Miami Police, who is either unqualified for his job, or intentionally makes false statements. Specifically, he claimed that a rise in crime in Miami is due to "the proliferation of assault weapons", and goes on to describe "You just pull a trigger and 20 or 30 rounds come in a second". With his job he should know that none of the "assault weapons" are machine guns, which is what he is in reality talking about. [Associated Press, December 28, 2007]
Nancy Pelosi a "democrat" minority leader, who played a great dumb&dumber act about the NSA tracking telephone call patterns, yet she had been repeatedly briefed on it since 9-11. It seems that she's either incompetent and should just resign, or just another "democrat" liar. Perhaps there's another excuse out there, and we're sure that the yahoos on the left will be coming up with one, either real or manufactured. [Fox News, John Gibson, May 17, 2006]
Julio Pino an "associate professor" for Kent State University who maintains a blog that calls itself a "jihadist news service" that obviously advocates a jihad against the United States. Your (Ohio) tax money at work. [Townhall.com, Mike S. Adams, February 28, 2007]
Officer Natalie Preston with the Baltimore City Police Department for what appears to have been outrageous behavior in arresting (with no charges ever filed) two out-of-towners asking for directions (one of whom stated that she has police officers for parents). Ms. Preston should be ashamed, so should her chief, and the mayor. But then again, they might be "democrats", and just giving people a taste of things to come in their "democratic" world. [WBAL, May 17, 2006]
Dana Priest of The Washington Post got a Pulitzer for revealing the CIA had a series of secret prisons where they questioned Al Qaeda members. Perhaps he'd like the CIA just to keep handing the terrorists to governments that torture them to death. Oh well. He might have gotten his wish, and perhaps his next Pulitzer out of it, too. [Fox News, John Gibson, May 12, 2006]
Randy Rhodes, with Air America, who is an enemy of the Constitution, of Freedom, and of the United States. [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, June 9, 2006]
James Risen of the New York Times (and formerly Los Angeles Times) revealed the secret NSA program to listen to Al Qaeda calls coming into or out of this country. We're sure the terrorists appreciate him pointing out that they need to communicate more securely. [Fox News, John Gibson, May 12, 2006]
Emily Robison, of the "Dixie Chicks". [See comments under Natalie Maines above]
Stephen Schneider of Stanford University who revealed that it was not necessary to be ethical as a scientist. Specifically he stated that "[Scientists would have to] offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements, and make little mention of any doubts we might have. ... Each of us has to decide what is the right balance between being effective and being honest." So this is the kind of science that Stanford promotes. [Washington Times, May 24, 2006]
George Soros, for taking our money, and now attempting to take our Freedoms. He should go back to whatever backwater place he came from.
Jerry Springer, with Air America, who is an enemy of the Constitution, of Freedom, and of the United States. [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, June 9, 2006]
Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., publisher of the New York Times, who stated the following in a commencement address at the State "University" of New York: "You weren't supposed to be graduating into an America fighting a misbegotten war in a foreign land. You weren't
supposed to be graduating into a world where we are still fighting for
fundamental human rights, whether it's the rights of immigrants to
start a new life; or the rights of gays to marry; or the rights of
women to choose," adding, "for that, I am sorry." (This makes the editorial content and selection of writers and topics of the New York Times easier to comprehend. He'd probably feel different had he been in the Twin Towers on September 11.) [Fox News, Brit Hume, May 31, 2006]
, with the Beverly Hills Unified School District
, for helping 1,500 high school students get brainwashed with a "day off" to watch Gores new movie [name intentionally withheld] that combines the "The Poseidon Adventure", "Bowling for Columbine" and "Fahrenheit 911". What's next, days off to indoctrination camp? Oh wait. Since it's a public school, they probably already are being indoctrinated into the extreme-left socialist liberal tree-hugging agenda. [Drudge Report, May 18, 2006]
William Woodward of the "University" of New Hampshire who tells his students that the United States planned and executed the 9/11 attacks. [Fox News, Brit Hume, August 29, 2006, Union Leader, August 29, 2006]
Don Wycliff, a teacher at the Notre Dame University, now also known as the hiding irish, who can surely provide leftist attacks, but doesn't have the guts to stand up to his (incorrect and unfounded) claims. [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, June 23, 2006]
The Associated Press ("AP"). They publish what appears to be either made up stories or ones with little or no fact checking. According to these guys (in an article by Seth Borenstein on June 27, 2006) theiceageiscoming-Gore is right on the money with his wild guesses, inaccuracies and lies on climate change. If this is the quality of AP content, especially when the inaccuracy is so blatantly obvious, what's it mean for everything else they publish where the facts are more difficulties for readers to ascertain for themselves? [U.S. Senate Committee On Environment & Public Works, Majority Press Release, June 27, 2006]
The Boston Globe. Give them all yellow shirts, white flags, black Gestapo jackets, and red communist party membership books. Need we say more? [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, June 23, 2006]
The Dallas Morning News, for opposing the National Guard on the Border. [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, May 17, 2006]
Lancet, a "medical" publication in England, that now twice has attempted to influence US elections by publishing fake and misleading information just prior to elections. If the accuracy of these "studies" are any indication of the quality of health care in England, then it clearly is not a good idea to get sick over there. As to its repeated inability to exercise critical editorialship, it's now clear that the lancet is actually a left-wing publication and should be treated as such. [PajamasMedia, October 20, 2006]
Los Angeles Times, for being the West Coast version of the Washington Post and joining the new york times in releasing information about classified national security programs.
Miami Herald, for getting the facts on guns, the 1994 Clinton Gun Ban, and what guns criminals use, wrong so many times that it appears to be intentional.
The New York Times, for being the news media of choice for terrorists and releasing classified national security related information, such as information about the money and telephone call tracking performed since September 11, 2001. The new york times is also opposing the National Guard on the Border, and appears to be run just as close to the "truth" as Pravda in the gool ol' days of the Soviet Union. First they call for more cooperation with foreign countries and banking organizations in an editorial two weeks after September 11, and now, 5 years later they expose a significant intelligence gathering operation that is doing exactly what they called for. [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, May 17, 2006 and May 31, 2006]
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Give them all yellow shirts, white flags, black Gestapo jackets, and red communist party membership books. Need we say more? [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, June 23, 2006]
San Diego Tribune, for opposing the National Guard on the Border. [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, May 17, 2006]
San Francisco Chronicle, for opposing the National Guard on the Border. [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, May 17, 2006]
Washington Post, for releasing information related to keeping our nation secure on many, many, many occasions. The guys in Bin Laden's cave appreciate all the help the Washington Post can give them.
Air America, for promoting the notion that anything bad for America is good for them. These guys are against the Constitution, against our Freedoms (except the ones they happen to like), and against the United States. Gore-level "truth" all around. Makes us puke.
|AP's Favorite Actor?
Associated Press (AP) for joining Reuters in making up the news as they want them. AP though beats Reuters in that they now seem to employ actors, or the dummest photographers on planet earth. Two AP photos taken days apart, and in different places, have (according to AP) the same woman expressing unhappiness about the destruction of her home. Either this is one unlucky woman, or it begs the question: how many other AP pictures are staged or contain actors? [Ynet News, August 8, 2006]
Atlanta City Council, which has voted to relax ethics standards, and allowing city employees to receive unlimited meals and tickets to events. We guess they don't see anything wrong with people getting paid off for "favors". Next time you visit the city building permit department, just throw in some baseball or football tickets, along with the steakhouse gift card, and the permit is as good as approved. Eh? There may be more to this, too. First the place turns solidly "democrat", and then the ethics go. What's next? The flag, the constitution, the country? Maybe there's something wrong with the people who vote for these guys? [Fox News, Brit Hume, May 17, 2006]
Beverly Hills Unified School District, for promoting junk science by sending 1,500 students off to see an environmental propaganda film. (And who knows what else?) [Drudge Report, May 18, 2006]
Boston College, at which students booed, and turned their backs on Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Who knows what is on the curriculum at this place, that at one time promotes racial equality, but then has this type of a degrading reception for an African American who has done so much for herself. Perhaps their expectation of a successful African American fits some racial profile they have, though they seem to fail to admit it. Shame on this "school" and anyone related to it. [Fox News, May 22, 2006]
CBS "News", (pronounced "See B S") for making up documentary "evidence" and never truly owning up to it, with the intent to influence a presidential election. Who knows what other "evidence" and "news" have been fabricated by these guys?
Columbia "University", (aka "University of Havana, North") for upholding the educational standards and openmindedness befitting a zoo. Apparently any view that is not in line with the ideology of the radical left will be shouted down and not tolerated, as shown in the chaos when a Minuteman Project volunteer attempted to speak at the "University". [Fox News, Bill O'Reilly, October 6, 2006]
The Democratic Party, which has talking points lifted from Irani
president Ahmadinejad who sent a letter to President Bush stating
things such as "Christians not acting Christian", "WMD Lies", "Human
right abuses in Gitmo", and "The gap between haves and have-nots". Who
wants to vote for these guys who have so much in common with a de-facto
dictator who now even wants to force jews to wear tags the same way Hitler did? [Fox News, John Gibson, May 10, 2006]
"Dixie Chicks", for being idiots who can't even stand behind their opinions. First they insult President Bush, then they apologize, and now they want to retract the apology apparently claiming they didn't mean it. They must have learned that trick from Kerry. [Fox News, John Gibson, May 22, 2006]
Johns Hopkins "University", that employs "professors" that prepare fake and misleading studies, such as the one by Gilbert Burnham. Screwing up their own country seems to not be enough for this hotbed of English left-wingers. [PajamasMedia, October 20, 2006]
Kent State "University" that employs the likes of Julio Pino as "professors", who advocate a jihad against the United States. We would characterize this as advocating a violent overthrow of the Constitution, which is not protected as a Right under the Constitution. [Townhall.com, Mike S. Adams, February 28, 2007]
Miami Police Deparment that distributes false information about "assault weapons", describing them as if they were machine guns. [Associated Press, December 28, 2007]
"New School", a "university" at which students booed and protested Senator McCain, who afterall had spent years in Hanoi Hilton serving our country while the Jane-Fonda crowd cheared his captors on. Shame on this "school" and anyone related to it in any way. [Fox News, John Gibson, May 22, 2006]
State of Ohio for funding Kent State "University" that seemingly advocates a violent overthrow of the Constitution. [Townhall.com, Mike S. Adams, February 28, 2007]
Reuters "News" "Agency" for distorting the news, faking pictures, only painting half the picture, having employees who make death threats (relating to a blog discussing the Israel/Hezbollah conflict) and just generally maintaining the high standards of a weekly tabloid. And Reuters clearly likes to employ activists, which seems to include a cameraman who incited and directed rock throwing against israeli security forces.[Reuters itself, August 5, 2006, lgf blog, August 6, 2006, Israel National News, October 17, 2006]
Stanford University for employing a self-admitted liar Stephen Schneider.[Washington Times, May 24, 2006]
Truthout.Org, for being liars, admitting to be liars, and for making up their "news". [Fox News, Brit Hume, May 17, 2006, and May 23, 2006]
60 Years of Talk,
Fraud and Dictatorships
"United Nations", perhaps the biggest swindle visited on man. [National Review Online, Claudia Rosett, June 12, 2006]
"University" of Colorado, for employing a Ward Churchill.
"University" of Maine, for employing a Paul Grosswiler and defending his flag and Constitution burning activities.
"University" of New Hampshire, for failing to maintain basic academic standards, as illustrated by William Woodward.
"University" of Oregon, for allowing (and perhaps even encouraging) hate speech on campus. However, since the target is Christianity and Jesus, it appears to be an exception to any university policies that might apply to hate. Shame on this "university" and anyone related to it. [Fox News, O'Reilly, May 23, 2006]
"University" of Wisconsin, for allowing (and perhaps even encouraging) a lecturer Kevin Barrett to teach a class including his theory that the United States government planned the 9/11 attacks to launch an attack on Muslim nations. Shame on this "university" and anyone related to it. [Fox News, Brit Hume, July 11, 2006]