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April 5, 2012
Ever watch cable news? You’ve seen this guy. This redhead has been on all the major cable news networks and has filled up tons of ads with claims that his company will solve your tax problems. (It’s even in their logo!) Ironically, TaxMasters has had to file for bankruptcy protection as the result of a $200 million fraud settlement. The big three cable networks are on the hook for a loss, too — the company owes CNN $2.6 million, Fox News Channel over $938,000 and MSNBC nearly $260,000. What? You mean you can’t trust a guy with a beard?

Ever watch cable news? You’ve seen this guy. This redhead has been on all the major cable news networks and has filled up tons of ads with claims that his company will solve your tax problems. (It’s even in their logo!) Ironically, TaxMasters has had to file for bankruptcy protection as the result of a $200 million fraud settlement. The big three cable networks are on the hook for a loss, too — the company owes CNN $2.6 million, Fox News Channel over $938,000 and MSNBC nearly $260,000. What? You mean you can’t trust a guy with a beard?

12:53 // 2 years ago
March 29, 2012
For people to weigh in, for professional race-baiters like [Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee and Rep. Frederica Wilson], and for the president himself to weigh in and make this a simple parable about white racism is very foolish.
Daily Caller editor-in-chief  Tucker Carlson • During a debate with Alan Colmes, shortly after a montage was shown of various people weighing-in on the Trayvon Martin case, on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.” Carlson argued that President Obama is “making the case that this boy was killed because the way he looks, and we don’t know that all.” Colmes, on the other hand, believed that President Obama took exactly the right tone, saying, “Tucker, if we had a white president and a white boy had been shot and a white president had said that could have been my son, nobody would have said a word about it.” source (viafollow)
15:30 // 2 years ago
March 28, 2012
I apologize to anyone offended by what one prominent black conservative called my ‘very practical and potentially life-saving campaign urging black and Hispanic parents not to let their children go around wearing hoodies.’
Geraldo Rivera • In an email to Politico, sort of apologizing for the comments he made regarding Trayvon Martin’s choice of attire on the night he was killed. Although Rivera stands by his beliefs, he said he’s received nothing but ridicule and hatred since making the statement, and even admitted that his son was “ashamed” of him. So, in response, he felt the need to apologize to anyone offended by his “crusade to warn minority families of the danger to their young sons inherent in gangsta style clothing; like hoodies.” In other hoodie-related news, this. source (viafollow)
11:38 // 2 years ago
March 20, 2012
20:36 // 2 years ago
March 10, 2012
What Barack Obama seems to want to do is go back to before [the Civil War] when we were in different classes based on income, based on color of skin.
Sarah Palin • During a discussion, with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, on the “controversy” surrounding the recently released video of then-student Barack Obama publicly supporting embattled Harvard professor Derrick Bell. Professor Bell, the first tenured African-American professor of Law at Harvard and former dean of the University of Oregon School of Law, was widely considered the creator of Critical Race Theory (CRT). Many critics of CRT claim that Bell’s true intent was not equality, but to reverse the pre-Civil War societal roles of America. source (viafollow)
11:20 // 2 years ago
March 8, 2012

producermatthew:

Television news correspondent caught “sleeping” on air: An awkward moment was broadcast to all of Austin, Texas on Wednesday when FOX News correspondent Doug Luzader appeared to be sleeping when an anchor working for KTBC tossed to him.

According to the Digital Journal, a YouTube user later claimed Luzader direct-messaged them on Twitter to explain he was not asleep, but rather did not know the toss had occurred as his interruptable feedback earpiece (IFB) had gone dead.

Judge for yourself. [KTBC]

Dude needs sleep!

15:01 // 2 years ago
February 25, 2012
I feel like we are brothers in understanding what these groups, on the left primarily, decided that you’re not to be allowed to speak. They will banish you and make you an outcast and Pat, I’m sorry that’s happened to you.
Fox News Contributor Juan Williams • Wrapping up an interview with former MSNBC analyst Pat Buchanan, during which the two discussed the repeated charges of racism that Buchanan has faced. In his first interview since being fired by MSNBC, Buchanan staunchly denied all charges of racism. When asked, point-blank, by Williams if he was a racist, Buchanan replied, “Do I hate black folks? That’s what racism mean — that I hate black folks, I want them discriminted against… No!” Watch the unedited interview heresource (viafollow)
17:44 // 2 years ago
February 24, 2012
imwithkanye:

Fox v. The Lorax. In an effort to demonstrate how it’s the biggest kid on the playground, the news network took on yet another children’s movie. Lou Dobbs went on the offensive saying that The Lorax “is once again trying to indoctrinate our children” and that it is “demonizing the 1% and espousing green energy policies.” Matt Patrick even chimed in, saying that the movie “is creating Occu-toddlers.” Boom. Occupy the sandbox!
Yet no one at is concerned about the sexual imagery of Zac Efron, the idol of a thousand little Occu-tweens, dropping a condom on the red carpet. Where’s the outrage there? He was practically promoting safe sex! I’m disappointed Megyn Kelly hasn’t rallied the “Parents Outraged At Everything” group and called for Lorax’s head.

Lou Dobbs: Proving that he didn’t deserve to be on CNN in the first place.

imwithkanye:

Fox v. The Lorax. In an effort to demonstrate how it’s the biggest kid on the playground, the news network took on yet another children’s movie. Lou Dobbs went on the offensive saying that The Loraxis once again trying to indoctrinate our children” and that it is “demonizing the 1% and espousing green energy policies.” Matt Patrick even chimed in, saying that the movie “is creating Occu-toddlers.” Boom. Occupy the sandbox!

Yet no one at is concerned about the sexual imagery of Zac Efron, the idol of a thousand little Occu-tweens, dropping a condom on the red carpet. Where’s the outrage there? He was practically promoting safe sex! I’m disappointed Megyn Kelly hasn’t rallied the “Parents Outraged At Everything” group and called for Lorax’s head.

Lou Dobbs: Proving that he didn’t deserve to be on CNN in the first place.

8:59 // 2 years ago
February 16, 2012
I cannot predict what will happen in the future, but I know that I have got the fire in my belly to try to help, to try to make a difference and if that involves running for public office at some point in the future, I’m game for that.
Fox News analyst Sarah Palin • Continuing her long-running game of chicken with the idea of a future run for public office. Palin did not fully deny that she would jump into the presidential race if necessary. Sarah Palin may not be running for president, but she’s not entirely opposed to the idea either. In an interview Wednesday, she noted that she would “do whatever I could to help” in case the Republican party does not have a clear frontrunner by this summer.  source (viafollow)
19:05 // 2 years ago
If they have an enemies list and they collaborate with the White House, does it mean the White House may have an enemies list? By the way, my name was on the list. Shocking.
Sean Hannity • Freaking out over the just-uncovered revelation that Media Matters allegedly has an enemies list, and he’s on it. The Daily Caller’s massive multi-part expose on the liberal organization seems to have uncovered a ton of dirt, including an internal memo that included this line: “We must take Fox News head-on in a well funded, presidential-style campaign to discredit and embarrass the network, making it illegitimate in the eyes of news consumers.” It appears that The Daily Caller did their homework with this one. One major quibble however: Tucker Carlson, a current Fox News contributor, runs The Daily Caller, and wrote some of the stories. That is a huge conflict of interest. Should Tucker have taken himself off this story? (ht imwithkanye)
11:17 // 2 years ago