1. James Hirsen: Why Keith Olbermann Left MSNBC

2. Wayne Allyn Root: The Obama Great Depression: Why There Will Be No Jobs

3. John LeBoutillier: The Imminent Train Wreck

4. Joy Tiz: The Tea Party Bomber Strikes Moscow

5. Robert Ringer: Moving to the Middle

6. Dave Bego: Card Check through Regulation vs. Legislation – Actions Speak Louder than Words

 

 

Why Keith Olbermann Left MSNBC

By James Hirsen

 

Keith Olbermann recently gave his audience a shock by announcing that his show was over. After eight years, MSNBC’s top-rated anchor was suddenly done. Olbermann and his reps have no doubt been aware of the tensions that have been present among certain NBC personalities over Olbermann’s on-air style. Longtime NBC news anchors, including Tom Brokaw and Andrea Mitchell, have made grumblings about the MSNBC host. The darling-of-the-left host has quite a reputation for giving his employers a hard time. His career is actually riddled with sudden departures. Olbermann was suspended by ESPN when he made an unauthorized appearance on then-host Craig Kilborn’s “Daily Show” to promote a book. It didn’t help his relationship with the network when, while on the show, Olbermann referred to the ESPN set as a “godforsaken place.” A former ESPN colleague told the New Yorker that when Olbermann left “he didn’t burn bridges here – he napalmed them.” [more...]

 

 

The Obama Great Depression: Why There Will Be No Jobs

By Wayne Allyn Root

 

Poor Obama. He just has no idea how to create a job. He’s changed strategy by 180 degrees, and he’s still grasping at straws. That’s what happens when you hire a community organizer as President. Obama’s previous experience at creating jobs was to extort them in protests against big corporations. But that approach doesn‘t work when you’re President. The President can’t count “jobs extorted.” The first desperate act of Obama’s Presidency was to play the socialism card. He thought if government took control over vast swaths of industry — banking, autos, student loans, and healthcare – that would create jobs. Instead, job losses accelerated. Then Obama guessed that if government threw large sums of money into job creation that would certainly solve the problem. He soon found that any job created by government costs obscene amounts of money and actually takes a job (or two) away from the private sector. [more...]

 

 

The Imminent Train Wreck

By John LeBoutillier

 

As has been forecast in this space before, the looming GOP Establishment vs. Tea Party movement conflict over how much and how fast to cut federal spending is going to rip the conservative movement apart. And that day is fast approaching – probably keyed to the debt ceiling vote in February or March. We know that we need to shrink the size and scope of the federal government. But 85% of the federal budget – other than the interest payment on the national debt – is spent on three things: the Pentagon, Social Security and Medicare. Is this where DeMint and the Tea Party want to cut? And if so, how and when? [more...]

 

 

The Tea Party Bomber Strikes Moscow

By Joy Tiz

 

The suicide bombing in Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport presents our mainstream press with a true conundrum - how to: a) avoid any mention of Islam, and b) blame it on Sarah Palin. We’ll hear euphemisms: Chechen rebels, Chechen separatists, Chechen Tea Partiers, Chechen dissidents. The truth about the Chechen “rebellion” is that it is Islamic. As Putin plots revenge, our media will be avoiding the truth.  Next we’ll have Tina Fey claiming she had Russia in her crosshairs from her house. [more...]

 

 

Moving to the Middle

By Robert Ringer

 

For more than three years, most of the media and a significant percentage of the voting population have been playing the Let’s Pretend game – meaning, let’s pretend we don’t really know what’s happening and that the Obamessiah is a middle-of-the-road guy at heart. They ignore the fact that Barack Obama has appointed radical leftists such as Cass Sunstein, John Holdren, Donald Berwick, Anita Dunn, Van Jones, Mark Lloyd… the list of goes on and on… to positions that gave them the opportunity to have a major impact on policies that affect every American. Within a week after Barack Obama was sworn in, I wrote an article in which I stated my belief that he would move swiftly to make good on his promise to fundamentally change America. He did not disappoint. If you look at Obama’s track record from the perspective of someone intent on imposing the dreams of his father on the USA, it has been a rousing success. [more...]

 

 

Card Check through Regulation vs. Legislation – Actions Speak Louder than Words

By Dave Bego

 

The majority of news outlets have failed to recognize the massive amount of increased government regulation occurring behind the scenes, particularly in the labor arena. President Obama’s public rhetoric is now pro-business, and he is engaging business leaders to solve the country’s economic problems. Behind the scenes, however, it is a totally different story. As the old saying goes “Actions speak louder than words.”  It is time for mass media and the American public to observe the actions and dismiss the rhetoric! [more...]

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