Archive for August 26th, 2010

Documenting the ‘Real Hatemongers’

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

The mainstream media typically makes it a very apparent goal to present any conservative person or movement in a very negative light. It is sometimes laughable just how they will “bend” and “twist” a story to meet that end.
I remember during the last presidential campaign and year in Obama’s term, how the press would absolutely refuse to ask him any difficult questions. He was their man and they were determined to get him elected, at any cost.
Nothing has really changed. The mainstream media continues their biased reporting, embolden to the point they scarcely even try to hide their bias anymore.

Since 2007, the Media Research Center (MRC) has collected numerous examples of what it calls the “vile and vicious rhetoric” of left-wing radio hosts. Unlike accusations from the left, which has attempted to smear Rush Limbaugh with phony quotes, interested parties can find an audio or video example of every one of the quotes on the MRC’s website.

Rich Noyes, director of research at MRC, recently authored the study called The Real Radio Hatemongers: Left-Wing Radio Hosts’ Track Record of Vile and Vicious Rhetoric, in which he reveals a number of false claims made by liberals.

“You have people like Ed Schultz saying that conservatives want Obama to be shot. This one host, Mike Malloy, jokes about how Rush Limbaugh should choke to death on his own throat fat, and Montel [Williams] has talked about [how GOP Congresswoman] Michelle Bachman should slit her own throat,” Noyes explains. “These are things they say on the air.”

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U.S. Falling for Lies, Muslims following Quran’s Dictate to Establish ‘Global Islamic State’

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

This is certainly not news to us. We keep hoping the rest of the world will awaken to this fact.

As the son of a Hamas co-founder who became a Christian, a spy for Israel and a consultant to the Holy Land Foundation terror-finance trial, Mosab Hassan Yousef offers a rare perspective on the Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood – at once the spawn of nearly every major Islamic terrorist group and of “mainstream” operatives in the U.S. such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Yousef, who recently was granted asylum in the U.S. after the Department of Homeland Security tried to deport him, told WND in a telephone interview Americans must understand that the ultimate goal of the highly influential Brotherhood is not terrorism but to establish a global Islamic state over the entire world.

“If they can establish this in a peaceful manner, that’s fine,” he said. “But they are required by the Quran to establish this global Islamic state on the rubble of every civilization, every constitution, every government.”

The Holy Land Foundation trial in Dallas in 2008 – the largest terror-finance case in U.S. history – presented evidence of the Muslim Brotherhood’s “100-year plan” to gradually destroy the U.S. and Western civilization from within “so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”

“This is not a doctrine of some freak Muslim,” Yousef observed. “It’s the doctrine, the requirement, of the god of Islam himself and his prophet, whom they praise every day.”

One of the Brotherhood’s prime strategies to help achieve its ultimate aim is to spin off groups such as the Washington, D.C.-based Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, that attempt to give Islam a positive face, he pointed out.

CAIR, casting itself as a human rights organization, has often been called on by government and media to represent Muslims in the U.S. But it’s origin as a front group for the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas is now widely documented.

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Voter Anger Becomes Major Factor in US Elections

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

We can only hope that people have woken up to the destruction the Democrats and this administration have done to our country.

U.S. Senator John McCain survived a Republican primary challenge in Arizona on Tuesday. Senator McCain was the Republican Party’s presidential candidate in 2008, but may count himself lucky this year in an election climate that features voters angry with incumbent politicians from both parties.

2010 is shaping up as the year of the angry voter, and incumbent politicians from both parties are taking notice.

The latest example of voter anger is playing out in New York City over the controversial plan to build a mosque and Islamic center near the site of the 2001 terrorist attacks in lower Manhattan.

What is behind the anger?

The reasons for the anger vary, but much of it is related to the national economy. High unemployment, a weak housing market and growing pessimism about the future create the kind of frustration that leads to demands for political change in Washington.

Rusty is from Texas, and many things make him angry this year, especially the way President Barack Obama is running the country. He is a member of the Tea Party, which is not a political party, but a movement of grassroots conservatives unhappy with President Obama, the power of the federal government, government spending and the growing national debt.

Mike Harvey is a truck driver from Arizona. He is angry too and is counting on the Tea Party movement to help elect new members of Congress in the November elections.

“I hope they grow some legs and I hope they get something done before this place turns into Venezuela or Cuba,” he said. “They might have health care, but go ask them how they like it. And I think that if Obama gets his way, he is going to turn this place into Cuba and I do not want to see it.”

President Obama’s push for health-care and financial reform has also sparked a conservative backlash against the role of the central government in the everyday lives of Americans, says Quinnipiac University pollster Peter Brown.

“Only two percent of voters think that the government does the right thing almost all of the time. And only another 16 percent say government does the right thing most of the time. That is a pretty damning indictment of the government and its ability to do the right thing from the American people,” said Brown.

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