bigoted NPR fires bigoted Juan over bigoted statement about religious bigots who wants world domination by bigoted religion

Did the White House make a phone call
to NPR demanding action?

Hey Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar? Still proud of yourselves for throwing a hissy fit during Bill O’Rielly’s visit to The View?

Still proud of not commenting on “The Wisdom” of building the Islamic Victory Mosque at Ground Zero, Barack?

The socialist presidential fallout continues…

Taxpayer-funded National Public Radio, renowned for it’s infamous extremist socialist-bigoted agenda and donations from infamous socialist-extremist George Soros, combines church and state to promote Islam, an extremist middle-east based geo-political religious front? What’s not to love? Hey future GOP Majority Congress? How about de-funding NPR?

New York Times broke this story late Wednesday night (yesterday).

NPR head-wanks-in-charge fired Juan Williams for (A) being a FOX News contributor who is identified there as an NPR news political analyst and (B) for making an honest statement concerning his feelings of uneasiness when he is on board commercial flights seeing people garbed in Muslim clothing on his plane.

Gads, who doesn’t feel uneasy? answer: other muslims.

Here is the video of Juan Williams’ statement which lead to NPR PC Nazis’ firing him:

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220 Responses to bigoted NPR fires bigoted Juan over bigoted statement about religious bigots who wants world domination by bigoted religion

  1. Foxwood says:

    Wow! Read my last comment your last post, VF!

  2. Foxwood says:

    Oh, Good morning VF! 🙂

  3. VotingFemale says:

    Good morning, dear!

    Just read your last comment on the previous blogpost, lol.

    Talk about timing! 😉

  4. Foxwood says:

    So what was so controversial that National Progressive Radio felt they had to fire Juan? Please explain it to me so that I might understand, NPR. Was Juan not PC enough?

  5. VotingFemale says:

    NPR hated that Juan is a regular on FOX and tried more than once to get him not to appear there and if so do not identify as an NPR political analyst.

    The Socialists/Communists at NPR Hate FOX News with a passion…

    The fall out from Barack’s failure to address “The Wisdom” of the GZM Victory Mosque is continuing.

    BTW, muslims killed us on 911. pass the word.

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  7. Foxwood says:

    “NPR hated that Juan is a regular on FOX”

    THAT’S IT!

    That is why they wanted Juan gone. He was to “Conservative” for them.
    HAHAHAHAHA!!!

    Give you an idea how far Commie National Progressive Radio has gone?

  8. Foxwood says:

    “BTW, muslims killed us on 911. pass the word.”

    True that!

  9. Foxwood says:

    Whoopi, on Greta’s On the Record last night, talked again about “this volatile time”. Volatile for who? If you piss off some muslims they get volatile and saw off your head? Maybe fly another plane into a building?

    What do you mean by “this volatile time”, Whoopi?

  10. VotingFemale says:

    Who is making it “a volatile time?” PC Knotjobs like Whoppi and Behar!

    Muslims killed us on 911. Pass the word.

  11. Foxwood says:

    With names like Whoopi and Joy, you’d think they’d be happy.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    The new survey reveals that the more Americans get to know this guy, the less they like him. His …
    … approval rating has gone down every single quarter since that sunny promising inauguration on Jan. 20, 2009.

    For the third quarter of 2010, the seventh of his presidency, Obama’s approval fell 2 more points, from 47.3% to 44.7%. These results are based on daily tracking polls involving some 90,000 Americans.A pleased Democrat president Barack Obama

    Latest Gallup numbers also show that on the first day of his 22nd month in office, for the first time more Americans view Obama unfavorably than favorably, 50% to 47%, his lowest favorable rating yet.

    His highest favorable rating was just before he took office, 78%. Since then it’s been a plummet of 31 points.

    According to Gallup’s results, 39% of Americans now believe Obama deserves a second term.

    Unfortunately for him, 54% believe he does not deserve a second chance at change.

    That 54% against a second term is almost 2 points higher than the popular vote total Obama amassed in the 2008 election.

    At this point in the second year of George W. Bush’s presidency, 62% thought he deserved a second term after only 48% voted for him in 2000.

    from: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2010/10/obama-approval-record-low.html

  13. arlenearmy says:

    This is not 1st nor last time the liberals will hurt Juan Williams.

    Juan needs 2 speak out about it.

  14. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Arlene!

    Juan is a liberal… and the extremist socialists crucify him.

  15. VotingFemale says:

    I am sure Juan will be on The Factor to discuss it soon if not this evening.

  16. arlenearmy says:

    Morning 2 you VF
    Yeah Juan’a a liberal, but NPR drop kicked him pretty hard.

  17. arlenearmy says:

    Actually the NPR firing is very embarrassing for Juan because he’s a liberal.

    What NPR did was forcibly kicked Juan off the plantation. That’s the embarrassing part.

  18. VotingFemale says:

    Yeah they did… and it is the start of a major crap storm… we have not heard the end of this.

  19. VotingFemale says:

    “NPR = Namby Pamby Radio” -Michelle Malkin

  20. arlenearmy says:

    He needs 2 do something 2 get his honor back. Perhaps make some sort of announcement about changing his political party. No matter what liberals will call him now because they’ve called him porch monkey & other bad names in the past.

  21. VotingFemale says:

    “NPR = Nauseating Propaganda Radio” -VF

  22. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Arlene!

  23. VotingFemale says:

    Arlene,

    He is a born again liberal… a shade moderate, but a liberal through and through.

    I have no idea what he will do if other liberals don’t defend him… and they might not out of fear of The One.

  24. Foxwood says:

    Juan makes me want to scream sometimes, but what happened to the 1st Amendment?

  25. VotingFemale says:

    Something just came out about the VFW firing its political PAC… I don’t have details or links.

  26. Foxwood says:

    Fox need to hire Juan as a contributor and keep touting “Fair and Balanced”.

  27. VotingFemale says:

    VFW PAC dissolved by Chief after befuddling dem endorsements- Politics- Election 2010

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/vfw-moves-to-dissolve-political-action-committee-after-inexplicable-democratic-endorsements-105202744.html#ixzz12lvHYrDE

    VFW moves to dissolve political action committee after inexplicable Democratic endorsements
    By: Mark Hemingway
    Commentary Staff Writer
    10/18/10 4:25 PM EDT

    After a series of baffling endorsements of Democratic incumbents that angered the organizations membership, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Commander-in-Chief has moved to dissolve the VFW PAC’s board of directors:

    I have reviewed the Political Action Committee (PAC) Board of Directors’ response to our request to rescind this year’ s Congressional endorsements. I disagree with their assessment.

    It is now evident to most of the VFW leadership, both National and especially the departments, that the VFW has been subjected to extreme negative publicity throughout
    the nation, and the recent endorsement decisions have, in fact, harmed the VFW’s reputation and future ability to fulfill our mission.

    I cannot let this erosion of public support for our great organization continue. The apparent lack of the committee to address these concerns will lead to a proposal by me, as Commander-in-Chief, to amend the by-laws at the 112th National Convention for the purpose of dissolving the PAC. Meanwhile, under the authority granted to me as Commander-in-Chief in section 619 of the VFW National By-Laws and under section 620 of the Manual of Procedure, I am withdrawing all PAC appointments effective October 15, 2010.

    Accordingly, I’ m asking the council for a vote of “ no confidence” in the VFW PAC as indicated on the enclosed ballot.

    To: National Council of Administration
    From: Richard L. Eubank, Commander-in-Chief
    Date: October 14, 2010

    Considering that the PAC refused to withdraw any endorsements after howls of protest from the national organization, this move ought to finally get their attention.

    Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/vfw-moves-to-dissolve-political-action-committee-after-inexplicable-democratic-endorsements-105202744.html#ixzz1304WGr9c

  28. Foxwood says:

    I don’t know a Vet that gives a flying flip about Obutthole.

  29. VotingFemale says:

    I know of one… General McChrystal. He is a flaming liberal

  30. Foxwood says:

    Twitter twits are SOOOOOOOOOOO indoctrinated!

  31. tellitlikeitis says:

    GOOD MORNING EVERYONE! I DON’T FEEL SORRY JUAN. I AM SURE HE IS GETTING PAID QUITE HANDSOMELY BY FOX NEWS. SO WHAT IF NPR “NATIONAL PROPAGANDA RADIO “FIRED HIM. HE WILL LAND ON HIS FEET AND DO JUST FINE! I CAN’T SEE WHY HE CONTINUES TO DEFEND OBAMA. IT MUST BE A BLACK THING. SORRY ARLENE. NO OFFENSE INTENDED.

  32. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Tellit.

    Juan will be on The Factor tonight… a must watch.

  33. tellitlikeitis says:

    I can see Juan ascending to a more prominent role in Fox news. They may even offer him his own show like Hannity, Huckabee, and O’reily. He is safe in my opinion. Fox is not going to dump him.

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

    yes , I will be watching it.

  35. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning VF and everyone else!

  36. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Tellit!

    YOU’VE BEEN HANGING AROUND BELLE, HUH! 🙂

  37. Foxwood says:

    Wonder what El Rushbo has to say about Juan…

  38. Foxwood says:

    Rush: muslim = Middle Eastern Liberals

  39. tellitlikeitis says:

    F*ck NPR and public television. I would like to see these commie organizations refunded and put out of business.

  40. Foxwood says:

    I’m tired of paying for NPR and PBS.

  41. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hello Foxwood! Hanging around Bell? Please explain. She lives in Ohio. I don’t
    correction!!!! refunded = defunded.

  42. VotingFemale says:

    Confused about Libertarians?

    read this… it might help sort thangs out for ya

    Asterisked Libertarian

    October 20, 2010 by Anthony Bialy
    Filed under Commentary

    Leave a Comment

    Libertarians are great except for about five or six issues. You’re talking about politics with a Cato Institute newsletter recipient, and you’re happy to find someone who believes in principles of individual liberty and minimal hassles. You feel pleased to come across someone who sees the world as you do.

    But then the conversation turns to a brow-furrowing chance to excuse oneself to get a necessary cocktail. The converser will suddenly go on a harangue against, say, defense spending that would fit at the Daily Kos or why a guy marrying another guy is a civil right. I need a Manhattan just thinking about it.

    Such rattling prattle serves as a helpful reminder of why I classify myself as a libertarian-sympathizing conservative and not the other way around. That’s devastating news for the fringe of sidewalk-privatizing diehards expecting to see me in the Guys of Libertarianism 2011 calendar. But I can’t indulge in enough theoretical deviations to justify me posing as Mister July.

    To clarify, reasonable limited-government backers are just fine. Those who call themselves libertarian because they’re basically conservatives who favor privatizing Social Security aren’t the problem. The friction is caused by true doctrinaires who whine that Republicans aren’t for them while condemning anyone who doesn’t advocate abolishing local police departments or sewers.

    Sure, they are occasionally helpful allies, especially if they are so disgusted by Democratic calamities that they decide to vote for that other major party in a few days. But they remain unreliable by conservative standards on a small but unsettling percentage of issues. Ronald Reagan said someone who agrees with you 80 percent of the time is an 80 percent friend and not a 20 percent enemy. But libertarians prove to be an exception by being annoying one-fifth of the time.

    It’s not just that they make bizarre detours into criticizing the state’s few legitimate domains. More importantly, they never shut up about them. Like a Glee fan who can’t keep quiet about whatever campy number the gang covered last week, libertarians turn every political discussion back to their pet interests.

    We need a drinking game structured around taking a shot every time a libertarian pundit mentions a beloved trope. You’ll get loaded simply based upon how often they condemn “legislating morality,” which most conservatives agree with in principle if not in snotty tone. Of course, meting out justice to criminals is a form of endorsing certain belief systems, so let’s not get carried away.

    But they can’t say “Christian fundamentalists” without sneering, as if getting people to be decent voluntarily was in conflict with limited-government views. The Ayn Randians seem to resent the implication that their might be more to the universe than the human brain. There is no one more oblivious than someone who thinks they have definitively figured out existence.

    Strident libertarians act as if people who both want a flat tax and go to church are vice squad freak shows. They should know that Christine O’Donnell isn’t out to enforce her personal non-habits by law, especially considering she expressed her stringent purity on MTV long enough ago that they were still showing occasional videos. Urging virtuousness differs completely from compelling it. It’s a free market solution to behaving. She also knows that separation of church and state is mentioned as frequently in the Constitution as is the obligation to purchase health insurance, although they will still frown upon her alleged drive for theocracy.

    Internationally, they enjoy carping about “nation building,” which often accompanies the more evocative “military adventuring;” both are intended to slander virtually every armed forces maneuver America makes, although the latter sounds worlds more fun. Of course, reality-dwellers realize that bad people want to attack us, so we must strive to attack them first. Sometimes, we rebuild what we broke and/or make the countries act nicely. Or maybe we should have left Germany and Japan to the wolves.

    And oh, do they like abortions, as long as the ghastly procedure is privately financed, of course. The political free-wheelers constantly harp about “reproductive rights,” conveniently failing to also endorse “mugging rights” as the choice of the individual. Of course, most people recognize that the mugger’s victim suffers as a result of the initiator’s malfeasance, although not quite as much as a fetus who can’t fight back.

    Also, every political discussion involving a libertarian must of course include a “failed War on Drugs” mention. It’s like Don Draper acting like a horse’s ass: a Mad Men episode wouldn’t be complete without it.

    I happen to be in favor of letting boring dunces smoke pot as long as they stay inside with the blinds closed and their headphones on if they are listening to Dark Side of the Moon. But I reconsider when I realize who’s on my side about this. Their unwillingness to frown upon counterproductively indulgent actions makes banning the bongs sound that much more appealing.

    No matter what, it’s crucial for the politically-inclined to find a practical outlet regardless of respective positions. And everyone who thinks the national parties race to see who can spend our money more quickly should be active about changing it. Specifically, small-government types of all sorts were obviously displeased with the GOP after a decade of lite-Democratic profligacy.

    So, Tea Partiers did something about it, namely by salvaging the Republican Party and recasting it. They got in candidates they want and warned mushier ones that they are getting this one last shot to act conservatively lest they want to get actual jobs. Irked citizens turned their irkedness into action.

    By contrast, libertarians folded their arms, tsked, and muttered something in their astoundingly passive-aggressive way about how the Republican Party moved away from them.

    Their specialty is taking sanctimonious pride in criticizing both parties. Yes, both do suck. But picking the one that sucks slightly less and influencing it from the inside is better than hollowly indulging in an independent streak on principle. To be fair, that is their specialty. But there’s enough room for everyone in the Republican Party who’s to the right of Lisa Murkowski.

    Libertarians make it easy to brand myself a conservative. Sometimes I feel like turning the other way: for one, reading a Pat Buchanan column on World Net Daily makes me want to step away from the right and into the corner.

    On top of that, it’s remarkable that some conservatives believe in free markets right up until it requires them to change a channel broadcasting a cussing character, or demand that the same government they don’t want anywhere near general health care to remain in charge of the insurance ghetto that is Medicare.

    And I admire libertarians’ dedication to leaving each other alone and slacking. But the hardcore vaguely right imposes too much of their non-imposition upon others. They dance around the proposition that one of the government’s few but crucial roles is protecting the innocent, even those residing in a womb.

    The truest believers insist that requiring marriage participants to be from differing genders is outdated in the sense that it’s worked since civilization’s commencement. They think America is so swell that anyone should be permitted to stumble across the border. And their military positions suggest they’d rather have virtually no government than a limited one.

    These are issues that shouldn’t distract from fundamental common ground when it comes to limiting Washington’s ooze. Conservatives and zealous libertarians could discuss their minor differences while focusing upon their major agreements. But the latter needs to show up to said discussion and promise not to roll their eyes while listening. Yes, we will recognize their right to do so.

    from: http://smartgirlnation.com/2010/10/asterisked-libertarian/

  43. tellitlikeitis says:

    The American people better be engaged and up this new congress mens and womens a$$es when they are elected to turn back the clock on all this bullsh&t. If not is will just be an extension of the SOS!

  44. Foxwood says:

    BELLE USES ALL CAPS ALOT. 🙂

  45. VotingFemale says:

    Confused about Libertarians?

    read this… it might help sort thangs out for ya

    Asterisked Libertarian

    October 20, 2010 by Anthony Bialy
    Filed under Commentary

    Leave a Comment

    Libertarians are great except for about five or six issues. You’re talking about politics with a Cato Institute newsletter recipient, and you’re happy to find someone who believes in principles of individual liberty and minimal hassles. You feel pleased to come across someone who sees the world as you do.

    But then the conversation turns to a brow-furrowing chance to excuse oneself to get a necessary cocktail. The converser will suddenly go on a harangue against, say, defense spending that would fit at the Daily Kos or why a guy marrying another guy is a civil right. I need a Manhattan just thinking about it.

    Such rattling prattle serves as a helpful reminder of why I classify myself as a libertarian-sympathizing conservative and not the other way around. That’s devastating news for the fringe of sidewalk-privatizing diehards expecting to see me in the Guys of Libertarianism 2011 calendar. But I can’t indulge in enough theoretical deviations to justify me posing as Mister July.

    To clarify, reasonable limited-government backers are just fine. Those who call themselves libertarian because they’re basically conservatives who favor privatizing Social Security aren’t the problem. The friction is caused by true doctrinaires who whine that Republicans aren’t for them while condemning anyone who doesn’t advocate abolishing local police departments or sewers.

    Sure, they are occasionally helpful allies, especially if they are so disgusted by Democratic calamities that they decide to vote for that other major party in a few days. But they remain unreliable by conservative standards on a small but unsettling percentage of issues. Ronald Reagan said someone who agrees with you 80 percent of the time is an 80 percent friend and not a 20 percent enemy. But libertarians prove to be an exception by being annoying one-fifth of the time.

    It’s not just that they make bizarre detours into criticizing the state’s few legitimate domains. More importantly, they never shut up about them. Like a Glee fan who can’t keep quiet about whatever campy number the gang covered last week, libertarians turn every political discussion back to their pet interests.

    We need a drinking game structured around taking a shot every time a libertarian pundit mentions a beloved trope. You’ll get loaded simply based upon how often they condemn “legislating morality,” which most conservatives agree with in principle if not in snotty tone. Of course, meting out justice to criminals is a form of endorsing certain belief systems, so let’s not get carried away.

    But they can’t say “Christian fundamentalists” without sneering, as if getting people to be decent voluntarily was in conflict with limited-government views. The Ayn Randians seem to resent the implication that their might be more to the universe than the human brain. There is no one more oblivious than someone who thinks they have definitively figured out existence.

    Strident libertarians act as if people who both want a flat tax and go to church are vice squad freak shows. They should know that Christine O’Donnell isn’t out to enforce her personal non-habits by law, especially considering she expressed her stringent purity on MTV long enough ago that they were still showing occasional videos. Urging virtuousness differs completely from compelling it. It’s a free market solution to behaving. She also knows that separation of church and state is mentioned as frequently in the Constitution as is the obligation to purchase health insurance, although they will still frown upon her alleged drive for theocracy.

    Internationally, they enjoy carping about “nation building,” which often accompanies the more evocative “military adventuring;” both are intended to slander virtually every armed forces maneuver America makes, although the latter sounds worlds more fun. Of course, reality-dwellers realize that bad people want to attack us, so we must strive to attack them first. Sometimes, we rebuild what we broke and/or make the countries act nicely. Or maybe we should have left Germany and Japan to the wolves.

    And oh, do they like abortions, as long as the ghastly procedure is privately financed, of course. The political free-wheelers constantly harp about “reproductive rights,” conveniently failing to also endorse “mugging rights” as the choice of the individual. Of course, most people recognize that the mugger’s victim suffers as a result of the initiator’s malfeasance, although not quite as much as a fetus who can’t fight back.

    Also, every political discussion involving a libertarian must of course include a “failed War on Drugs” mention. It’s like Don Draper acting like a horse’s ass: a Mad Men episode wouldn’t be complete without it.

    I happen to be in favor of letting boring dunces smoke pot as long as they stay inside with the blinds closed and their headphones on if they are listening to Dark Side of the Moon. But I reconsider when I realize who’s on my side about this. Their unwillingness to frown upon counterproductively indulgent actions makes banning the bongs sound that much more appealing.

    No matter what, it’s crucial for the politically-inclined to find a practical outlet regardless of respective positions. And everyone who thinks the national parties race to see who can spend our money more quickly should be active about changing it. Specifically, small-government types of all sorts were obviously displeased with the GOP after a decade of lite-Democratic profligacy.

    So, Tea Partiers did something about it, namely by salvaging the Republican Party and recasting it. They got in candidates they want and warned mushier ones that they are getting this one last shot to act conservatively lest they want to get actual jobs. Irked citizens turned their irkedness into action.

    By contrast, libertarians folded their arms, tsked, and muttered something in their astoundingly passive-aggressive way about how the Republican Party moved away from them.

    Their specialty is taking sanctimonious pride in criticizing both parties. Yes, both do suck. But picking the one that sucks slightly less and influencing it from the inside is better than hollowly indulging in an independent streak on principle. To be fair, that is their specialty. But there’s enough room for everyone in the Republican Party who’s to the right of Lisa Murkowski.

    Libertarians make it easy to brand myself a conservative. Sometimes I feel like turning the other way: for one, reading a Pat Buchanan column on World Net Daily makes me want to step away from the right and into the corner.

    On top of that, it’s remarkable that some conservatives believe in free markets right up until it requires them to change a channel broadcasting a cussing character, or demand that the same government they don’t want anywhere near general health care to remain in charge of the insurance ghetto that is Medicare.

    And I admire libertarians’ dedication to leaving each other alone and slacking. But the hardcore vaguely right imposes too much of their non-imposition upon others. They dance around the proposition that one of the government’s few but crucial roles is protecting the innocent, even those residing in a womb.

    The truest believers insist that requiring marriage participants to be from differing genders is outdated in the sense that it’s worked since civilization’s commencement. They think America is so swell that anyone should be permitted to stumble across the border. And their military positions suggest they’d rather have virtually no government than a limited one.

    These are issues that shouldn’t distract from fundamental common ground when it comes to limiting Washington’s ooze. Conservatives and zealous libertarians could discuss their minor differences while focusing upon their major agreements. But the latter needs to show up to said discussion and promise not to roll their eyes while listening. Yes, we will recognize their right to do so.

    from: http://smartgirlnation.com/2010/10/asterisked-libertarian/

  46. tellitlikeitis says:

    SORRY FOR THE CAPS FOXWOOD! I USUALLY ONLY USE THEM TO ACCENT A POINT I AM MAKING! LOL!

  47. Foxwood says:

    going into no mans land!

  48. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood said: going into no mans land! Are you going into a womens rest room? LOL!

  49. tellitlikeitis says:

    Let the games begin!!!

    Soros Donates $1 Million to Media Matters

    Media Matters, the liberal activist group that wages a rhetorical war against Fox News Channel and others in the conservative press, will announce on Wednesday the receipt of a $1 million donation from the philanthropist George Soros.

    In a statement obtained by The Caucus, the organization says it plans to use the money to intensify its efforts to hold the Fox host Glenn Beck and others on the cable news channel accountable for their reporting.

    http://www.infowars.com/soros-donates-1-million-to-media-matters/

  50. VotingFemale says:

    He might mean he is entering a no aircard connection zone… i.e. dark territory

  51. Foxwood says:

    Hmmmm… Still working in No mans land.

  52. Foxwood says:

    I’m in an area where my card is not supposed to work. I shouldn’t be connected to the internet here.

  53. tellitlikeitis says:

    Sorry VF, I tend to get a little passionate some times with my comments and go a little overboard.

  54. tellitlikeitis says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/8075563/Every-email-and-website-to-be-stored.html

    Coming to a commie government near you. Big brother is watching.

    Every email and website to be stored

    By Tom Whitehead, Home Affairs Editor
    Published: 12:40PM BST 20 Oct 2010

    Every email and website to be stored by coalition
    The plans are expected to involve service providers storing all users details for a set period of time Photo: GETTY IMAGES

    It will allow security services and the police to spy on the activities of every Briton who uses a phone or the internet.

    Moves to make every communications provider store details for at least a year will be unveiled later this year sparking fresh fears over a return of the surveillance state.

    Defence review: decision to build new aircraft carriers made in Labour’s 1998 Strategic Defence Review
    *
    Defence review: Falklands hero’s son challenges Cameron on Harrier cuts

    The plans were shelved by the Labour Government last December but the Home Office is now ready to revive them.

    It comes despite the Coalition Agreement promised to “end the storage of internet and email records without good reason”.

    Any suggestion of a central “super database” has been ruled out but the plans are expected to involve service providers storing all users details for a set period of time.

    That will allow the security and police authorities to track every phone call, email, text message and website visit made by the public if they argue it is needed to tackle crime or terrorism.

    The information will include who is contacting whom, when and where and which websites are visited, but not the content of the conversations or messages.

    The move was buried in the Government’s Strategic Defence and Security Review, which revealed: “We will introduce a programme to preserve the ability of the security, intelligence and law enforcement agencies to obtain communication data and to intercept communications within the appropriate legal framework.

    “This programme is required to keep up with changing technology and to maintain capabilities that are vital to the work these agencies do to protect the public.

    “Communications data provides evidence in court to secure convictions of those engaged in activities that cause serious harm. It has played a role in every major Security Service counter­terrorism operation and in 95 per cent of all serious organised crime investigations.

    “We will legislate to put in place the necessary regulations and safeguards to ensure that our response to this technology challenge is compatible with the Government’s approach to information storage and civil liberties.”

    But Isabella Sankey, director of policy at Liberty, said: “One of the early and welcome promises of the new Government was to ‘end the blanket storage of internet and email records’.

    “Any move to amass more of our sensitive data and increase powers for processing would amount to a significant U-turn. The terrifying ambitions of a group of senior Whitehall technocrats must not trump the personal privacy of law abiding Britons.”

    Guy Herbert, general secretary of the No2ID campaign group, said: “We should not be surprised that the interests of bureaucratic empires outrank liberty.

    “It is disappointing that the new ministers seem to be continuing their predecessors’ tradition of credulousness.”

  55. tellitlikeitis says:

    Members of Congress.
    They’re ugly, they smell and they’ve come to the New York area.

    We’re talking stink bugs. It’s no joke — the insect’s real name is the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug. And that name is an appropriate one.

    “When they’re alarmed or disturbed or threatened, they let off a foul odor,” said entomologist Dan Gilrein, who has been tracking stink bugs and their skunk-like odor for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk county.

    Stink bugs have been found in small numbers in New York City, western Suffolk and Nassau counties since January, according to Gilrein. Local arborists and farmers have all been alerted to the

  56. VotingFemale says:

    I’m on the job keeping us out of hot water 😉

    tellitlikeitis says

    Sorry VF, I tend to get a little passionate some times with my comments and go a little overboard.

  57. VotingFemale says:

    Railroad jargon for that is “Dark Territory”

    Foxwood says

    I’m in an area where my card is not supposed to work. I shouldn’t be connected to the internet here.

  58. Bob Mack says:

    Afternoon everybody.
    JW toasted by NPR…the left always eats its young, doesn’t it? Maybe Juan will become like the proverbial conservative who was a liberal until he got mugged.

  59. Foxwood says:

    It dunt work! Foxwood jargon… 🙂

  60. Foxwood says:

    Bob, It would be nice if Juan sees the light after this.

  61. Foxwood says:

    Oops!

    Good afternoon Bob!

  62. tellitlikeitis says:

    Jaun is going to be just fine. Fox news is going to take care of him. He should just tell NPR to take a flying F^ck and move on.

  63. VotingFemale says:

    Hiya Bob!

    Yeah… Whawn is socialist road kill on the bridge to nowhere.

  64. Foxwood says:

    S E Cupp on twitter: NPR has “editorial standards.” Really?

  65. Foxwood says:

    S E Cupp reminds me of the redheaded lumberjack on That 70s Show.

    She’s a big girl, but she sure is pretty. 🙂

  66. tellitlikeitis says:

    You know some might say “Fox News” is not fair and balanced. Can you think of anytime MSNBC, CNN,CBS,NBC,ABC, etc. have allowed conservative leaning people to come on and debate or defend their positions? I can’t. Maybe you can. Fox news has Bob Beckle, Jaun Williams, Alan Coomes, and many others that I might add have the guts to appear on that television station trying to defend Obama and the socialist agenda. If that is not fair and balanced I don’t know what is.

  67. tellitlikeitis says:

    Juan is going to get the last laugh all the way to the bank. You will be seeing him a lot more on Fox. I am willing to bet he has already signed a new contract with Fox as we speak.

  68. jacky says:


    Now George Soros Backs Media Matters; Beck Calls It a ‘Bounty’ http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/dc/2010/10/now-george-soros-backs-media-m.html#ixzz131C2AWdu

    -George Soros’ Millions Buying ‘Political Reporters’ for NPR
    http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/dc/2010/10/now-george-soros-backs-media-m.html

    -George Soros’ Millions Buying ‘Political Reporters’ for NPR
    http://bigjournalism.com/wthuston/2010/10/18/george-soros-millions-buying-political-reporters-for-npr/

  69. Foxwood says:

    Rush: What about Laura Liason?

  70. Foxwood says:

    They really are going after Laura Liason!

  71. Foxwood says:

    Glenn Beck: Funny NPR is doing this after Soros handed them a million dollars.

    I guess it’s time for house cleaning.

  72. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Jacky, thanks for the links!

  73. VotingFemale says:

    Juan may have a case… Also Sarah Palin and others are calling for defunding of NPR

    This is turning out to be a real tornado in the Left’s backyard

    “Nutjob Progressive Radio aka NPR” -Foxwood

  74. tellitlikeitis says:

    Fox, It ‘s open season on Fox News. Fox is effective and that is what the commies are pissed and worried about. Watch the scrutiny and intensity of criticism ratchet up on Fox News when the Democrats get their clock cleaned in this election.

  75. tellitlikeitis says:

    Welfare reform!!! Lets start with NPR. This new republican congress better be responsive to their constituents or they will be gone themselves in 2012. guaranteed! Turnover may not be good in business but it is great in congress!

  76. tellitlikeitis says:

    Sorry if I am jumping the gun by saying”New Republican congress” but I feel confident that the tea leaves are correct.

  77. Foxwood says:

    I think the Republicans should defund NPR and PBS. It’s not in the Constitution.

  78. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood, These new folks are going to regret they got elected in November because the American people are going to have their feet up right up their a$$es to turn back all this crazy bullsh*t and bring back common sense. The excuse that” it takes time.” and “we can’t do it overnight” is not going to cut it anymore. “No more excuses!” “Just get er done! ” As Larry the cable guy would say!

  79. Foxwood says:

    Defund it!

    Defund NPR!

    Defund CommieCare!

    Defund Crap and Trade!

  80. VotingFemale says:

    The more pissed the socialists get the better we are doing… it is a good sign.

    they are complaining about money from corporations flowing into campaigns and direct ads….

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

    ESAD!!!

  81. Foxwood says:

    Yet they are happy to take Soros money…

  82. VotingFemale says:

    pull a Reagan and force SOROS to try and keep up… and bankrupt his communist ass

  83. tellitlikeitis says:

    The socialism message is ringing hollow. Most people that walk around awake in this life understand what’s going on.

  84. Foxwood says:

    “Most people that walk around awake in this life understand what’s going on.”

    Soros is hoping to give the rabble a joint, and they won’t care.

  85. VotingFemale says:

    From the NPR website:

    NPR CEO Vivian Schiller just released this statement:

    “I spoke hastily and I apologize to Juan and others for my thoughtless remark.”

    That follows, as you’ll see below, her comment earlier today that now-former NPR news analyst Juan Williams should have kept his feelings about Muslims between himself and “his psychiatrist or his publicist.”

    Our original post:

    Fired NPR news analyst Juan Williams should have kept his feeling about Muslims between himself and “his psychiatrist or his publicist,” the network’s CEO told an audience at the Atlanta Press Club earlier today.

    The Associated Press adds that:

    Schiller said Williams’ firing is not a reflection of his comments (on Fox News Channel) that he gets nervous when he sees people in Muslim garb on an airplane. She said she has no problem with people taking controversial positions, but that such opinions should not come from NPR reporters or news analysts. Williams, Schiller said, is a news analyst, not a commentator or columnist.

    And, she said the firing came after “several cases” of Williams veering from journalistic ethics.

  86. VotingFemale says:

    Excuse the hell out of MEEEE?

    “NPR journalistic ethics” is an oxymoron

  87. Foxwood says:

    “And, she said the firing came after “several cases” of Williams veering from journalistic ethics.”

    She meant, the time Juan took up for Rush on “The Magic Negro” song.

  88. tellitlikeitis says:

    NPR = “National Propaganda Radio!” I t should be stamped out like a lit cigarette butt burning on a city sidewalk. I am pissed off that my tax money is paying for this Communist propaganda spewing “piece of sh*t” organization.

  89. Foxwood says:

    Congress needs to defund NPR and PBS and let Soros fund them.

  90. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood I agree! This possible new republican Congress better be busy as hell doing exactly that and as well as other things to put this country back on the right track.

  91. Foxwood says:

    Soros can waste his money. Bet it goes over like Airhead America.

  92. VotingFemale says:

    I want to see NPR suited to the hilt…

    I think Juan has a case.

  93. VotingFemale says:

    Sarah Palin: it’s time for “National Public Radio” to become “National Private Radio.

    Juan Williams: Going Rogue
    by Sarah Palin on Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 1:45pm

    At a time when our country is dangerously in debt and looking for areas of federal spending to cut, I think we’ve found a good candidate for defunding. National Public Radio is a public institution that directly or indirectly exists because the taxpayers fund it. And what do we, the taxpayers, get for this? We get to witness Juan Williams being fired from NPR for merely speaking frankly about the very real threat this country faces from radical Islam.

    We have to have an honest discussion about the jihadist threat. Are we not allowed to say that Muslim terrorists have killed thousands of Americans and continue to plot the deaths of thousands more? Are we not allowed to say that there are Muslim states that aid and abet these fanatics? Are we not allowed to even debate the role that radical Islam plays in inciting this violence?

    I don’t expect Juan Williams to support me (he’s said some tough things about me in the past) – but I will always support his right and the right of all Americans to speak honestly about the threats this country faces. And for Juan, speaking honestly about these issues isn’t just his right, it’s his job. Up until yesterday, he was doing that job at NPR. Firing him is their loss.

    If NPR is unable to tolerate an honest debate about an issue as important as Islamic terrorism, then it’s time for “National Public Radio” to become “National Private Radio.” It’s time for Congress to defund this organization.

    NPR says its mission is “to create a more informed public,” but by stifling debate on these issues, NPR is doing exactly the opposite. President Obama should make clear his commitment to free and honest discussion of the jihadist threat in our public debates – and Congress should make clear that unless NPR provides that public service, not one more dime.

    Mr. President, what say you?

    – Sarah Palin

  94. VotingFemale says:

    In wake of NPR controversy, Fox News gives Juan Williams an expanded role

    The cable news network signs the analyst to a new three-year contract for nearly $2 million. Meanwhile, conservative figures blast the public radio network for its response to Williams’ comments about Muslims.

    Reporting from Washington —
    As National Public Radio weathered a storm of criticism Thursday for its decision to fire news analyst Juan Williams for his comments about Muslims, Fox News moved aggressively to turn the controversy to its advantage by signing Williams to an expanded role at the cable news network.

    Fox News Chief Executive Roger Ailes handed Williams a new three-year contract Thursday morning, in a deal that amounts to nearly $2 million, a considerable bump up from his previous salary, the Tribune Washington Bureau has learned. The Fox News contributor will now appear exclusively and more frequently on the cable news network and have a regular column on FoxNews.com.

    “Juan has been a staunch defender of liberal viewpoints since his tenure began at Fox News in 1997,” Ailes said in a statement, adding a jab at NPR: “He’s an honest man whose freedom of speech is protected by Fox News on a daily basis.”

    rest of the article here: http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-juan-williams-20101022,0,4294425.story

  95. tellitlikeitis says:

    tellit said: “I can see Juan ascending to a more prominent role in Fox news. They may even offer him his own show like Hannity, Huckabee, and O’reily. He is safe in my opinion. Fox is not going to dump him.”

    “Juan is going to get the last laugh all the way to the bank. You will be seeing him a lot more on Fox. I am willing to bet he has already signed a new contract with Fox as we speak.”

    VF said: “In wake of NPR controversy, Fox News gives Juan Williams an expanded role.”

    “The cable news network signs the analyst to a new three-year contract for nearly $2 million.”

    Damn I’m good!!! Don’t you knock each other down trying to get an opportunity to pat me on the back! LOL! Kudos or congratulations is just fine! I must be clairvoyant!!!

  96. Foxwood says:

    Psychedelic dude! 🙂

  97. VotingFemale says:

    Pats tellit on the back…. 😛

  98. Foxwood says:

    Megyn Kelly’s Heated Discussion with CAIR (10.21.10)

    ”Let me explain how it works. I’m the anchor, you’re the guest,” Kelly tells Hooper during the heated exchange.

  99. Foxwood says:

    Yep, Tellit. You knocked that one out of the park!

  100. Foxwood says:

    Right declares war on NPR
    By KEACH HAGEY | 10/21/10 1:59 PM EDT

    Fox News moved swiftly to turn the controversy over Juan Williams’ firing by NPR to its advantage, offering Williams an expanded role on the network and a new three-year contract Thursday in a deal that amounts to nearly $2 million.

    “Juan has been a staunch defender of liberal viewpoints since his tenure began at Fox News in 1997,” Fox’s Roger Ailes said in a statement, first reported in the Los Angeles Times. “He’s an honest man whose freedom of speech is protected by Fox News on a daily basis.”

    Read more:
    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/43971.html

  101. VotingFemale says:

    I watched that CAIR Slimball get put in his place by Kelly, live.

    smug bastard…

  102. Foxwood says:

    This Juan Williams thing is not going away any time soon. It’s all over the place.

  103. VotingFemale says:

    That Jerk reminds me of Goldfinger

  104. VotingFemale says:

    “I Won’t Be “Smeared by Tea Party Bigots.” -Barney Frank

    yeah, Barney that is because there are no Bigots in the Tea Party you try to smear them with. What a clueless bag of gas… go cry on your boyfriend’s shoulder… booo freakin’ boo sniff


    (Boston Herald)- Gleeful Tea Partiers are licking their chops at a panic-stricken Barney Frank, who’s digging deep into his own pocket to bail out his campaign, even as his rival taps Wall Street bigwigs in a bid to force the Newton Democrat into a Martha Coakley-style collapse.

    Frank — outraised by $70,000 by opponent Sean Bielat in September — pumped $200,000 from his personal retirement account into his campaign to thwart what he calls right-wing attacks from “bigoted” Tea Partiers.

    …“I do not intend to be ambushed by the kind of right-wing smears that assailed John Kerry in 2004,” Frank said.

    Bielat has $364,000 in his campaign war chest to Frank’s $1 million, but the embattled congressman said he made the campaign loan to counter an expected flood of “attack ads.”

    from: http://bostonherald.com/news/politics/view/20101021tea_party_revels_in_barney_franks_money_woes/srvc=home&position=0

  105. Foxwood says:

    “I Won’t Be “Smeared by Tea Party Bigots.” -Barney Frank

    Why don’t he just come out and say teabagger?

  106. tellitlikeitis says:

    I believe this is the best thing that will ever happen to Juan Williams. The NPR door is closed but the Fox News door is wide open for him. He will become enriched not only professionally but financially. This is his Phoenix moment. I look forward to seeing him more on Fox News.

  107. VotingFemale says:

    Fox! That’s because Barney Frank is the teabagger! Not the Tea Party!

    hahaha

    Foxwood says

    “I Won’t Be “Smeared by Tea Party Bigots.” -Barney Frank

    Why don’t he just come out and say teabagger?

  108. tellitlikeitis says:

    Barney is a real life “tea bagger” He just doesn’t know it yet. LOL!

  109. tellitlikeitis says:

    Too bad Barney didn’t remain only a brown stain on his parents mattress pad.

  110. VotingFemale says:

    I REALLY want to watch Barney cry as the Marine marches over him NOV 2

    he will squall like a baby

  111. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Vid!!!!

  112. tellitlikeitis says:

  113. tellitlikeitis says:

  114. tellitlikeitis says:

  115. Foxwood says:

    I just had to play this.

  116. tellitlikeitis says:

    Vets stand guard over Christian flag in NC town

    KING, N.C. — The Christian flag is everywhere in the small city of King: flying in front of barbecue joints and hair salons, stuck to the bumpers of trucks, hanging in windows and emblazoned on T-shirts.

    The relatively obscure emblem has become omnipresent because of one place it can’t appear: flying above a war memorial in a public park.

    The city council decided last month to remove the flag from above the monument in Central Park after a resident complained, and after city leaders got letters from the American Civil Liberties Union and Americans United for the Separation of Church and State urging them to remove it.

    That decision incensed veterans groups, churches and others in King, a city of about 6,000 people 15 miles north of Winston-Salem. Ray Martini, 63, an Air Force veteran who served in Vietnam, launched a round-the-clock vigil to guard a replica Christian flag hanging on a wooden pole in front of the war memorial.

    Since Sept. 22, the vigil has been bolstered by home-cooked food delivered by supporters, sleeping bags and blankets donated by a West Virginia man and offers of support from New York to Louisiana.

    “This monument stands as hallowed ground,” said Martini, a tall, trim man with a tattoo on his right arm commemorating the day in 1988 when he became a born-again Christian. “It kills me when I think people want to essentially desecrate it.”

    The protesters are concerned not only about the flag, which was one of 11 flying above the memorial when it was dedicated six years ago, but about a metal sculpture nearby depicting a soldier kneeling before a cross.

    “I won’t let it fall,” Martini said. “I have already told the city, before you can take it down, I’ll tie myself to it and you can cut me down first.”

    The identity of the resident who complained about the flag, a veteran of the Afghanistan war, has not been made public. But the state chapter of the ACLU has no problem with the vigil.

    “We were concerned when the city was sponsoring the Christian flag, but we don’t have any concern with veterans groups displaying the flag,” legal director Katy Parker said. “We think it’s great the city is offering citizens a chance to express their opinions.”

    The protesters, though, aren’t satisfied with the vigil. They’re planning an Oct. 23 rally in support of their ultimate goal, which is for the city to restore the Christian flag to the permanent metal pole on the memorial.

    At a recent public hearing, roughly 500 people packed the King Elementary School gymnasium, many waving Christian flags. Of more than 40 speakers, no one spoke in favor of removing it.

    “We’ve let our religious freedoms and constitutional rights be stripped away one by one, and I think it’s time we took a stand,” King resident James Joyce said.

    Mayor Jack Warren said the city won’t make a decision until it can go over its options with legal counsel. One possibility is designating a flag pole at the memorial for the display of any religious emblem, he said. Another is selling or donating the memorial to a veterans organization, essentially privatizing it.

    “What it comes down to is: What can we do and what can’t we do, what’s legal and what’s illegal?” he said.

    Created by a pastor in New York City a little over a century ago, the flag, which sets a red cross in a blue square in the upper left corner of a white field, has been used by both liberal and conservative Protestant churches, but rarely draws much attention, according to Elesha Coffman, a history professor at Waynesburg University.

    “I would guess most churchgoing Protestants in America have never even noticed if there is a Christian flag in their own sanctuary,” she said. “It’s just kind of there, unless there’s a controversy, and suddenly people pick it up.”

    In King, it’s virtually inescapable. Gullion’s Christian Supply Center, an area retailer, has sold hundreds of flags since the dispute began, according to Leanne Gay, who was running a tent at Calvary Baptist Church in King where everything from Christian flag decals to T-shirts were for sale.

    “In the first couple weeks, we were running out of flags every two hours or so,” she said.

    The Rev. Kevin Broyhill, pastor at Calvary Baptist, donated the flag now flying at the vigil. But Broyhill thinks having it returned permanently to the memorial is a losing legal strategy. He wants the city to transfer the memorial to a veterans group, which would make it private land.

    “Right now, the judges on the Fourth Circuit Court are very liberal,” he said. “This battle’s already been fought in court.”

    Broyhill is probably right, according to Larry Little, a lawyer and professor of political science at Winston-Salem State University.

    “They know they’d lose,” he said of the city council. “They would have to use taxpayers’ money to defend what any lawyer worth a grain of salt could tell them is a violation of the separation of church and state.”

    For veterans who say they’re honoring the sacrifices of fallen comrades or Christians who say they’re defending their faith, though, such a compromise seems like a sellout.

    “That’s an easy out,” said Eugene Kiger, who has been part of the vigil since the beginning. “The people here saw what was happening and said, ‘Somebody has stood up. It’s time to stand up with

  117. Foxwood says:

    It’s time everybody stands up when the ACLU, NAACP or name another alphabet soup group decides they are going to take away a right or gives a load of crap.

  118. tellitlikeitis says:

    JUAN WILLIAMS: I Was Fired for Telling the Truth

    By Juan Williams

    Published October 21, 2010

    Yesterday NPR fired me for telling the truth. The truth is that I worry when I am getting on an airplane and see people dressed in garb that identifies them first and foremost as Muslims.

    This is not a bigoted statement. It is a statement of my feelings, my fears after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 by radical Muslims. In a debate with Bill O’Reilly I revealed my fears to set up the case for not making rash judgments about people of any faith. I pointed out that the Atlanta Olympic bomber — as well as Timothy McVeigh and the people who protest against gay rights at military funerals — are Christians but we journalists don’t identify them by their religion.

    And I made it clear that all Americans have to be careful not to let fears lead to the violation of anyone’s constitutional rights, be it to build a mosque, carry the Koran or drive a New York cab without the fear of having your throat slashed. Bill and I argued after I said he has to take care in the way he talks about the 9/11 attacks so as not to provoke bigotry.

    This was an honest, sensitive debate hosted by O’Reilly. At the start of the debate Bill invited me, challenged me to tell him where he was wrong for stating the fact that “Muslims killed us there,” in the 9/11 attacks. He made that initial statement on the ABC program, “The View,” which caused some of the co-hosts to walk off the set. They did not return until O’Reilly apologized for not being clear that he did not mean the country was attacked by all Muslims but by extremist radical Muslims.

    I took Bill’s challenge and began by saying that political correctness can cause people to become so paralyzed that they don’t deal with reality. And the fact is that it was a group of Muslims who attacked the U.S. I added that radicalism has continued to pose a threat to the United States and much of the world. That threat was expressed in court last week by the unsuccessful Times Square bomber who bragged that he was just one of the first engaged in a “Muslim War” against the United States. — There is no doubt that there’s a real war and people are trying to kill us.

    Mary Katharine Ham, a conservative writer, joined the debate to say that it is important to make the distinction between moderate and extreme Islam for conservatives who support the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq on the premise that the U.S. can build up moderate elements in those countries and push out the extremists. I later added that we don’t want anyone attacked on American streets because “they heard rhetoric from Bill O’Reilly and they act crazy.” Bill agreed and said the man who slashed the cabby was a “nut” and so was the Florida pastor who wanted to burn the Koran.

    My point in recounting this debate is to show this was in the best American tradition of a fair, full-throated and honest discourse about the issues of the day. — There was no bigotry, no crude provocation, no support for anti-Muslim sentiments of any kind.

    Two days later, Ellen Weiss, my boss at NPR called to say I had crossed the line, essentially accusing me of bigotry. She took the admission of my visceral fear of people dressed in Muslim garb at the airport as evidence that I am a bigot. She said there are people who wear Muslim garb to work at NPR and they are offended by my comments. She never suggested that I had discriminated against anyone. Instead she continued to ask me what did I mean and I told her I said what I meant. Then she said she did not sense remorse from me. I said I made an honest statement. She informed me that I had violated NPR’s values for editorial commentary and she was terminating my contract as a news analyst.

    I pointed out that I had not made my comments on NPR. She asked if I would have said the same thing on NPR. I said yes, because in keeping with my values I will tell people the truth about feelings and opinions.

    I asked why she would fire me without speaking to me face to face and she said there was nothing I could say to change her mind, the decision had been confirmed above her, and there was no point to meeting in person. To say the least this is a chilling assault on free speech. The critical importance of honest journalism and a free flowing, respectful national conversation needs to be had in our country. But it is being buried as collateral damage in a war whose battles include political correctness and ideological orthodoxy.

    I say an ideological battle because my comments on “The O’Reilly Factor” are being distorted by the self-righteous ideological, left-wing leadership at NPR. They are taking bits and pieces of what I said to go after me for daring to have a conversation with leading conservative thinkers. They loathe the fact that I appear on Fox News. They don’t notice that I am challenging Bill O’Reilly and trading ideas with Sean Hannity. In their hubris they think by talking with O’Reilly or Hannity I am lending them legitimacy. Believe me, Bill O’Reilly (and Sean, too) is a major force in American culture and politics whether or not I appear on his show.

    Years ago NPR tried to stop me from going on “The Factor.” When I refused they insisted that I not identify myself as an NPR journalist. I asked them if they thought people did not know where I appeared on the air as a daily talk show host, national correspondent and news analyst. They refused to budge.

    This self-reverential attitude was on display several years ago when NPR asked me to help them get an interview with President George W. Bush. I have longstanding relationships with some of the key players in his White House due to my years as a political writer at The Washington Post. When I got the interview some in management expressed anger that in the course of the interview I said to the president that Americans pray for him but don’t understand some of his actions. They said it was wrong to say Americans pray for him.

    Later on the 50th anniversary of the Little Rock crisis President Bush offered to do an NPR interview with me about race relations in America. NPR management refused to take the interview on the grounds that the White House offered it to me and not their other correspondents and hosts. One NPR executive implied I was in the administration’s pocket, which is a joke, and there was no other reason to offer me the interview. Gee, I guess NPR news executives never read my bestselling history of the civil rights movement “Eyes on the Prize – America’s Civil Rights Years,” or my highly acclaimed biography “Thurgood Marshall –American Revolutionary.” I guess they never noticed that “ENOUGH,” my last book on the state of black leadership in America, found a place on the New York Times bestseller list.

    This all led to NPR demanding that I either agree to let them control my appearances on Fox News and my writings or sign a new contract that removed me from their staff but allowed me to continue working as a news analyst with an office at NPR. The idea was that they would be insulated against anything I said or wrote outside of NPR because they could say that I was not a staff member. What happened is that they immediately began to cut my salary and diminish my on-air role. This week when I pointed out that they had forced me to sign a contract that gave them distance from my commentary outside of NPR I was cut off, ignored and fired.

    And now they have used an honest statement of feeling as the basis for a charge of bigotry to create a basis for firing me. Well, now that I no longer work for NPR let me give you my opinion. This is an outrageous violation of journalistic standards and ethics by management that has no use for a diversity of opinion, ideas or a diversity of staff (I was the only black male on the air). This is evidence of one-party rule and one sided thinking at NPR that leads to enforced ideology, speech and writing. It leads to people, especially journalists, being sent to the gulag for raising the wrong questions and displaying independence of thought.

    Daniel Schorr, my fellow NPR commentator who died earlier this year, used to talk about the initial shock of finding himself on President Nixon’s enemies list. I can only imagine Dan’s revulsion to realize that today NPR treats a journalist who has worked for them for ten years with less regard, less respect for the value of independence of thought and embrace of real debate across political lines, than Nixon ever displayed.

  119. tellitlikeitis says:

    Another fine example of NPR’s propaganda. We must push the new Congress to defund them and put them out of business.

  120. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  121. Foxwood says:

    ARG! Worked last night. Still have to go in this morning.

  122. VotingFemale says:

    NPR is the Democrat Party. By this act and circumstances of firing Juan, they have vividly proven to the entire watching world their scheme of pretense of journalism for the sake of Socialist Ideology.

    This is a good day for America… the snake came far enough out of it’s rock pile to be irrefutably identified for what it is. An enemy of free people.

    Bill O and Juan together have broken open their veneer.

  123. Foxwood says:

    Did you see the China 2030 commercial on Fox?

    I can’t find it on youtube.

  124. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF!

  125. Foxwood says:

    Found it!

    Must watch! Scary!

  126. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Everyone!

  127. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Americans 🙂

  128. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Sami!

    Did you see that vid of China 2030?

  129. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Sam! My patriotic friend and co-warrior!

  130. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF and Foxwood. We are ever so close to November. 😉

  131. VotingFemale says:

    Guess what?

    An article I wrote about Juan Williams almost a year ago when viral yesterday… it obviously popped up in google searches for Juan Williams yesterday and it is continuing today as well.

    This is the title:

    Juan Williams’ Manties in a twist; Goes Postal over Sarah Palin Star Power hahaha

    This is it’s URL:

    https://votingfemale.wordpress.com/2009/11/17/juan-williams-manties-in-a-twist-goes-postal-over-sarah-palin-star-power-hahaha/

  132. samiam60 says:

    Fox where is the video of China 2030?

  133. Foxwood says:

    BRB. Got to shower for work.

    No body likes me when I don’t shower. 😦

  134. Foxwood says:

    Scroll up Sami! It’s just before you logged in this morning.

  135. samiam60 says:

    Ok I saw that one and thought there was another. The Chinese are a wise and very patient people. They have been waiting for Obama for a very long time.
    They will strike while the Iron is Hot. imo

  136. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Foxwood!

    wordpress is weird… I did not see your Good Morning at all till now. You must have posted in a wordpress time warp lol

  137. Foxwood says:

    I was traveling into another dimension at the time.

    🙂

  138. VotingFemale says:

    do-Do-do-dooo
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    do-Do-do-dooo

  139. Foxwood says:

    Up late, out early, last day on call… UGH!

  140. VotingFemale says:

    I got a lot of sleep last night and it wasn’t enough… sigh

    last on-call day, good it is last day though 😉

  141. Foxwood says:

    Used to I would work Thurs night and be off today… new company…

  142. Foxwood says:

    Not only is Beck on the ties between NPR and Soros, but so is Rush and Fox. This thing is going to go sour for Soros.

  143. VotingFemale says:

    Energy Producing and Manufacturing States Must Send Job Creators to D.C.
    by Sarah Palin on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at 2:02pm

    I’ve made no secret of the fact that I think cap-and-tax could potentially be more disastrous to our economy than Obamacare because it would devastate our businesses and cripple our energy and industrial sectors. Cap-and-tax would put the nail in the coffin for our manufacturing jobs and our resource development. That’s why it’s crucial we fight any and all efforts by the Obama administration to push for it. The only sure way to thwart this legislation in Congress is to send commonsense conservatives to D.C. After all, there were many so-called “moderate” Democrats who claimed to be against a European-style socialized health care takeover, and yet when push came to shove they voted in favor of Obamacare. We can’t trust them to consistently vote for fiscal sanity when their party leadership (who they voted for, though they now conveniently pretend they’ve never heard of Nancy Pelosi or Harry Reid!) pulls them in the opposite direction.

    Senate races in particular have national significance when it comes to legislation like cap-and-tax. Our Senate is the most prestigious deliberative body in the world. One vote there has consequences extending far beyond that chamber. That’s why “rust belt” and energy producing states must get behind good candidates like John Raese in West Virginia, Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania, Joe Miller in Alaska, Rand Paul in Kentucky, Sharron Angle in Nevada, John Boozman in Arkansas, and Carly Fiorina in California. Your jobs depend on their ability to hold the line against job-killing legislation.

    People in these states have a clear choice on November 2nd. They can vote for jobs or vote for unemployment.

    – Sarah Palin

  144. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone! I hope this strategy backfires! Desperate people pull out all the stops.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/10/22/illegal-aliens-canvass-votes-wash-state/

    Illegal Aliens Canvass for Votes in Wash. State

    SEATTLE — When Maria Gianni is knocking on voters’ doors, she’s not bashful about telling people she is in the country illegally. She knows it’s a risk to advertise to strangers that she’s here illegally — but one worth taking in what she sees as a crucial election.

    The 42-year-old is one of dozens of volunteers — many of them illegal immigrants — canvassing neighborhoods in the Seattle area trying to get naturalized citizens to cast a ballot for candidates like Democratic Sen. Patty Murray, who is in a neck-to-neck race with Republican Dino Rossi.

    Pramila Jayapal, head of OneAmerica Votes, says the campaign is about empowering immigrants who may not feel like they can contribute to a campaign because they can’t vote.

    “Immigrants really do matter,” Jayapal said. “If we can’t vote ourselves, we’re gonna knock on doors, or get family members to vote.”

    So far the illegal immigrants going door-to-door aren’t meeting opposition. Craig Keller, an organizer for Respect WA, a group pushing for stricter immigration law in the Washington, said he doesn’t mind illegal immigrants volunteering for vote drives, he just wants to make sure mistakes on the voter rolls don’t allow them to vote.

    “Anybody can go out and wave a sign, but when it comes to who’s making the choices, there’s no question they need to be citizens,” Keller said.

    In close elections across the country, the immigrant and minority vote is considered key for candidates, especially Democrats.

    Earlier this week in Nevada, a television ad urging Latinos not to vote sparked outcry from Democrats, who called it a dirty trick meant to keep Hispanics home and boost Republican candidates. Univision and Telemundo — the nation’s two largest Spanish-language networks — canceled the ad, which the Republican group Latinos for Reform had planned to eventually run in Nevada, Florida, California, Texas and Colorado through the Nov. 2 election.

    Seattle is home to a wide array of immigrant communities, from Latinos to east Africans and Asians.

    Congress declined this year to consider overhauling the country’s immigration law, much to the chagrin of immigrant advocates who had expected Democrats to do so by now.

    Still, OneAmerica Votes launched one of the largest get-out-the-vote campaigns in the state on behalf of Democratic candidates. The organization is an offshoot of OneAmerica, one of the state’s largest and the most influential immigrant-rights advocacy group.

    Through home visits, phone banks and mailings the organization is aiming to reach about 40,000 registered voters in the Seattle area in an attempt to help Democrats gain ground in key races. Volunteers include other types of people who can’t vote, such as legal permanent residents.

    About 150 volunteers rolled out in nine cities across Washington this past week, knocking on 3,000 doors.

    In Bellevue, a city of nearly 123,000 east of Seattle, Gianni knocked on 25 doors and spoke to 15 people, she said.

    One man, a naturalized citizen from the Philippines, said he knew what she was going through after she shared she was in the country illegally.

    “There’s always a risk,” Gianni said in Spanish about her legal status. “But if there’s a change, I would feel like I contributed, even in a small part, to a change we all need.”

    Gianni arrived in the United States on a visa
    13 years ago looking for work and stayed. For a while her only son lived here, but has since moved back to Mexico.

    “In order for there to be a change to our broken immigration system,” she said, “I believe one has to fight.”

  145. tellitlikeitis says:

    Missouri has NO illegal Aliens….(THIS IS TRUE) Interesting:
    Missouri ‘s approach to the problem of illegal immigration appears to be more advanced,
    sophisticated, strict and effective than anything to date in Arizona .

    Do the loonies in San Francisco , or the White House, appreciate what Missouri has done?
    When are our fearless President and his dynamic Attorney General going to take action to
    require Missouri start accepting illegal immigrants once again?

    So, why doesn’t Missouri receive attention?

    Answer: There are no Mexican illegals in Missouri to demonstrate.

    The “Show Me” state has once again showed us how it should be done.

    There needs to be more publicity and exposure regarding what Missouri
    has done.

    Let’s pass it around.

    In 2007, Missouri placed on the ballot a proposed constitutional amendment designating English as the official language of Missouri.

    In November, 2008, nearly 90% voting in favor! Thus English became the official language for ALL governmental activity in Missouri.

    No individual has the right to demand government services in a language
    OTHER than English.

    In 2008 a measure was passed that required the Missouri Highway Patrol and other law enforcement officials to verify the immigration status of any person arrested, and inform federal authorities if the person is found to be in Missouri illegally. Missouri law enforcement offices receive specific training with respect to enforcement of federal immigration laws.

    In Missouri illegal immigrants do NOT have access to taxpayers benefits such as food stamps and health care through Missouri HealthNET.

    In 2009 a measure was passed that ensures Missouri ‘s public institutions of higher education do NOT award financial aid to individuals who are illegally in the United States.

    In Missouri all post-secondary institutions of higher education to annually certify to the Missouri Dept. of Higher Education that they have NOT knowingly awarded financial aid to students who are unlawfully present in the United States.

    So while Arizona has made national news for its new law, it is important to remember Missouri has been far more proactive in addressing this horrific problem.

    Missouri has made it clear that illegal immigrants are NOT welcome in the state and they will certainly NOT receive public benefits at the expense of Missouri taxpayers.

    Taken from: “The Ozarks Sentinel” Editorial – Nita Jane Ayres, May 13, 2010 .

  146. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Tellit.

    They are all the stops to win in the close races. Any dirty trick.

  147. Foxwood says:

    Hmmmmm… missed a word there.

    They are pulling all the stops to win in the close races.

  148. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Tellit! is there a link for that MO comment?

  149. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, The Missouri story was sent to me via e-mail. A link was not provided in the e-mail. If find it I will pass it along.

  150. VotingFemale says:

    I went looking for it. I need citation because unfounded rumors posted attract leftists mocking and for good reason. I mock them for BS…

    I found this link…

    http://ozarkssentinel.com/missouri-ahead-of-the-game-in-dealing-with-illegal-immigrants-p1034-145.htm

  151. Foxwood says:

    October 22, 2010
    John Stewart’s ‘Sanity’ Rally to include Code Pink, Anarchists
    Jason McNew
    It is looking like John Stewart’s “Restore Sanity” rally will define sanity rather peculiarly. Code Pink, Anarchists, and pro-abortion groups plan to attend at the Lincoln Memorial on October 30th. Code Pink posts this on its site:

    What is more insane, after all, than unjust war? What is more outrageous than a US foreign policy of democracy at the barrel of a gun? And really, what is saner than peace?

    So we will be at Jon Stewart’s rally on October 30 and will try to use our best inside voices to bring our anti-war message (no promises on the volume, though).

    Read More:
    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2010/10/john_stewarts_sanity_rally_to.html

  152. tellitlikeitis says:

  153. Foxwood says:

    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Barney Frank Gets Desperate

    All indications are that 15-term Democratic congressman Barney Frank is in the political race of his life against Republican Sean Bielat.

    How deseperate?

    He is hitting up those around the banks he bailed out, after promising he wouldn’t do so.

    The Boston Herald reports:
    http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2010/10/barney-frank-gets-desperate.html

  154. tellitlikeitis says:

    LOL!

  155. tellitlikeitis says:

    Barny’s out looking for a “Glory Hole!” LOL!

  156. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, I renamed this song… You fill in the blanks.

  157. Foxwood says:

    The song will never be the same. 😦

  158. VotingFemale says:

    Barney to Beilat: My boyfriend can beat up your boyfriend

    Bielat to Barney: I’m a marine, blubber-butt. They didn’t have have anything to ask and I didn’t have anything to tell

  159. Foxwood says:

    Barney to Beilat: At least my butt is soft to the touch.

    Beilat to Barney: Don’t know what else has been up there, but I bet you never had a boot up your @ss!

  160. tellitlikeitis says:

    Too Funny!

  161. Foxwood says:

    Along With NPR, Soros Groups Get Millions in Taxpayer Funds
    Submitted by Peter Flaherty on Thu, 10/21/2010 – 21:35

    Soros report coverNational Public Radio’s firing of Juan Williams and its acceptance of a $1.8 million gift from left-wing billionaire George Soros’ foundation have put the spotlight on the NPR’s taxpayer subsidy. What is less well known is that Soros’ private foundations also receive millions in taxpayer funds.

    Read more:
    http://www.nlpc.org/stories/2010/10/21/along-npr-soros-groups-receive-millions-taxpayer-funds-1

  162. tellitlikeitis says:

    They had to ban Barney from most supermarkets because he gets too excited when he goes by the meat section and sees all the hot dogs and sausages. What he does when that happens you have to leave to your imagination. LOL!

  163. Foxwood says:

    Her hands are her best feature!

    HAHHAHA!!!

  164. tellitlikeitis says:

    I heard Barney is going to get married to his boyfriend soon. He plans to get the original members of this song to play his favorite song at his wedding and his favorite song is. BTW, Barack likes this song too. LOL!

  165. tellitlikeitis says:

    Sing it Barney!!!

    CHORUS:
    Doin’ the butt. Hey pretty, pretty
    When you get that notion, put your backfield in motion, hey
    Doin’ the butt. Hey sexy, sexy Ain’t nothing wrong, if you
    wanna do the butt all night long

  166. tellitlikeitis says:

    You gotta have a sense of humor. If I didn’t I would be crying all day long and would eventually drown in my own tears. LOL!

  167. tellitlikeitis says:

    Sami, I am surprised you don’t remember me from the Icry days. I used to love ripping the liberals a new a$$ with my sarcastic remarks. Too bad david w ruined it all with his “zero tolerence” policy. I still maintain a screen name there but Icry is so Lame now I don’t bother with it much.

  168. tellitlikeitis says:

    I Crys banning policy was such a joke. If you got banned just create a new e-mail address and new screen name and you were back in business asap. If they banned your ip. No problem. Just make your comments on another pc using another isp with your new e-mail address and new screen name. All isp’s now use DHCP for ip addressing. Eventually your ip address would change and you would be able to make comments on your own pc after your old ip address expired.

  169. VotingFemale says:

    tellit, iCry is a socialist joke… and a literal waste of time. They continually ban conservatives who make iCryers iCry. lol

  170. Foxwood says:

    Director David Zucker?

    Airplane David Zucker?

  171. tellitlikeitis says:

    here’s a good one!

  172. Foxwood says:

    That was good Tellit!

  173. Foxwood says:

    BBL. Got to continue to clean my garage.

  174. Foxwood says:

    Let’s have an election party on Nov. 2nd!

    What do you think?

  175. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood! Sounds good to me! It seems like you are constantly cleaning your garage. Are you a hoarder? LOL!

  176. Foxwood says:

    Hoarder… 🙂 hee hee!

    I collect antiques. I got to organize my garage to store them…

    I’ve been reselling for about 2 months now.

  177. Foxwood says:

    Well, that and I bought the house full of junk… er… I mean, antiques. 🙂

  178. tellitlikeitis says:

    Antiques! Cool! I love antiques! I am an Antique! LOL! Antiques are pieces of history that will sadly never be recreated.

  179. Foxwood says:

    I got some cool books. Some 1800 and early 20th century school books. It teaches you alot about the “separation of church and state” that’s not in the Constitution.

  180. tellitlikeitis says:

    Damn, Sounds like you got some valuable antiques.

  181. VotingFemale says:

    I want an ELECTION PAR-TAY!!!!!!!!!

    Lets DO it! 😛

  182. Foxwood says:

    It’s a date! Let’s make sure the rest of the group makes it here Nov. 2nd!

  183. Foxwood says:

    I’m pooped out. Out late last night, up early this morning. I got to get to bed if I’m going to go treasure hunting in the morning.

    ZZZzzzZZZzzzZZZzzz

  184. tellitlikeitis says:

    Teleprompter to make its debut in Parliament when Obama speaks.

    I don’t know why this dumbass Soros puppet needs a teleprompter everywhere he goes. Soros should have perfected the Vulcan mind meld by now.

    A teleprompter will be in use for the first time in the Central Hall of Parliament when US President Barack Obama addresses MPs on November eight.

    As per the tentative programme being worked out, the address by Obama, who once said that “America has its roots in the India of Mahatma Gandhi”, would not be for more than 20 minutes.

    The president’s programme in Parliament House complex itself will be less than an hour affair, Parliament sources said today. It is scheduled to start at 5pm.

    The programme will feature a welcome speech by vice president Hamid Ansari and a vote of thanks by Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar. The US president would also sign the Golden Book, the visitors’ diary of Parliament.

    While US first lady Michelle Obama would be accompanying her husband, there was no confirmation whether secretary of state Hillary Clinton would be part of Obama’s entourage, Parliament sources said.

    Besides the visiting dignitary, those who would be on the dais in the historic Central Hall along with Obama, the vice president and the speaker would be prime minister Manmohan Singh. Michelle will be given a special seat in the front row.

    Obama will take the help of a teleprompter to deliver his address to the 780-odd members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, sources said.

    Parliament authorities said this will be the first time that such a facility will be arranged in the Central Hall.

    Obama’s reliance on the teleprompter is unusual–not only because he is famous for his oratory, but because no other president has used one so consistently and at so many events, large and small.

    Teleprompters are textbook-sized panes of glass holding the prepared remarks of the speaker and which rests on top of a tall, narrow pole and flank his podium during speeches.

    The authorities are also leaving no stone unturned to give a red carpet welcome to Obama.

    Parliament House is being given a make over for the upcoming visit of the US president. Right from the circular facade of the eight-decade-old structure to paintings in the corridors and magnificent Central Hall, Parliament is being refurbished.

    Hectic preparations are on in Parliament and the Central Hall has been shut for a fortnight for renovation, which includes polishing, painting and carpeting.

    On security concerns during the ceremony, the Lok Sabha security wing is holding review meetings with the external affairs ministry and other agencies.

    It was in the historic Central Hall that the British handed over power to India in 1947. It was also the platform for addresses by several leaders, including former US president Bill Clinton who visited India in 2000.

  185. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

  186. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF 😉

  187. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  188. Foxwood says:

    Good morning, VF!

  189. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Sami!

    I didn’t see you sneak in! 🙂

  190. Foxwood says:

    We’re having an Election Party, Nov. 2nd. Are you coming Sami?

  191. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Foxwood 😉

  192. samiam60 says:

    Will be there with bells on and will continue to celebrate on the 3rd even more.

  193. Foxwood says:

    I’m whacked out from this ‘on call’. BRB, I got to shower. Have to get read for my treasure hunt. Hoping I can work for myself at some time (wishful thinking).

  194. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Sam!

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    putting finishing touches on a new blogpost for today… it’s subject it related to Juan Williams firing and is just as disgusting.

  195. VotingFemale says:

    back to the grind stone… be back shortly and I love the vid of Saturday Morning! sigh…

  196. Foxwood says:

    I was listening to Juan while I was in the shower. Does he seem angry to you?

    I guess I would be.

  197. Foxwood says:

    I think Juan learned a lesson. He thought the left was the side of tolerance. Maybe his eyes are opened to both sides now.

  198. Foxwood says:

    This is the anti-Americanism we are up against. It’s time to take a stand!

  199. samiam60 says:

    Juan did learn a lesson Foxwood and it was those who were his like minded Liberals that hurt him the most. His adversary’s the Conservatives took him in and helped him heal his wounds. This Muslim thing is tearing America apart as it was intended to do. I pray Americans everywhere will recognize this soon

  200. samiam60 says:

    Hip Hip Hooray for those in attendance at that League of Women Voters meeting. I would love to see that happening across this great land of ours.

  201. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, that video just made me cry… I am SO PROUD of people standing up against these Un-American Enemies of ours.

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