When the rhetoric of hate gets to be too much
Mickelson described his plan as "constitutionally defensible, legally defensible, morally defensible, biblically defensible and historically defensible."
Things have gotten so blatant, Politico now simply calls it the 'Tea Party Radio Network'.
Bill Maher's New Rules, Friday, April 11, 2014. Maher discusses the reasons that someone like Rep. Mike Rogers has decided to quit Congress for a career in talk radio.
Bill O'Reilly opened this segment with Brit Hume by asking the question: "Do some conservative media people actually intimidate Republicans in Congress?" Hume actually answered him honestly when it comes to who is ruling the roost and the GOP being afraid of these right-wing hate talkers on the radio.
If you don't know about We Act Radio, you should check it out.
National Ads Suspended on The Rush Limbaugh Show
Mr. "Cheesy Grits" Romney was still out there trying to appeal to Southerners this week and as CNN noted, "may have gotten more than he bargained for during an appearance on the syndicated 'Rick and Bubba Show' Friday morning." Naturally it was the
As someone who has been involved somewhat in the punditry circuit (for lack of a better term), I have been asked by progressive friends what I think is needed for the Left to compete with the Right, not so much in the war of ideas, as idea
Glenn Beck expects 300,000 people in Washington, D.C., tomorrow for BeckStock. Really. Those are his own words. Calling it both the "Woodstock of the next generation" and "the anti-Woodstock," Beck expects "a miracle." It would take a miracle to get
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