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Thursday, January 6, 2011


What do you get when you put Ted Nugent on the same set with Roseanne Barr? Answer: a Liberal who metaphorically hangs herself with her own words. This first video includes a minor eruption between Barr and Nugent in which the last words out of Barr's mouth are 'Rich people don't pay squat and it's proven.' She was talking about the rich doesn't help the poor.

Hey Rosie, can we see your income tax return?

Via the Daily Caller:

In this exchange, Nugent calls the network whose set he's on 'the Planet of the Apes' for hiring Eliot Spitzer.

Via MediaIte:

Here's the extended version, which is worth watching...

h/t Gateway Pundit


The annual conservative conference known as Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has some serious explaining to do; at least it's sponsoring organization does. The American Conservative Union (ACU) is being exposed fiscally, socially, and now apparently as sympathetic to an Islamic extremist.

Via World Net Daily:
With the Conservative Political Action Conference under fire for allowing participation by a homosexual activist group called GOProud and for a financial scandal in which some $400,000 was misappropriated under the watch of current leadership, Frank Gaffney, a leader of the conservative movement for the last 30 years, charges that CPAC has come under the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is working to bring America under Saudi-style Shariah law.

Gaffney, deputy assistant secretary of defense under Ronald Reagan, is founder and president of the Center for Security Policy and co-author of the new book "Shariah: The Threat to America." He told WND that Islamism has infiltrated the American Conservative Union, the host of CPAC, in the person of Washington attorney and political activist Suhail Khan and a group called Muslims for America.

Khan is a member of the ACU board and, according to Muslims for America, will assist the group's presence at CPAC during the 2011 meeting Feb. 10-12.
Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy has done incredible research on Suhail Khan's background.

Via CSP:
Suhail Khan's father was the late Mahboob Khan, a PhD in solid-state physics. His biography claims that he helped establish the Muslim Student Association (MSA) while a student in Boulder (presumably, this refers to the MSA chapter at the university as the parent organization was established in 1963). The MSA is present on scores of American campuses and serves to recruit, proselytize and indoctrinate on behalf of Saudi-backed Islamists. [1] It is pro-Hamas – the MSA at UC Irvine even demanded that its members be allowed to wear Hamas armbands at graduation – and openly sympathizes with terrorists. Dr. Khan held the post of MSA vice president and Western Zone representative.

The elder Khan also served as member of Majlis a'Shura (the governing council) of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which was created by the Muslim Student Association (MSA) in 1977 to promote the Islamist agenda among Muslims and the general population. Another MSA arm is the North American Islamic Trust, the Saudis' vehicle for providing the financing of, by some estimates, as many as 80% of the mosques in America.
Interestingly, John Ziegler went to Western CPAC in 2009 and confronted ACU head David Keene of questionable finances. At the time, attendees rejected Ziegler en masse as a agent provocateur. More than a year later, Ziegler appears to have been onto something.

Ziegler is also doing media interviews on this subject.

Click HERE to see his exchange with Keene in 2009.


While appearing on MSNBC with far left radical pundit Lawrence O'Donnell, Lt. Col. Allen West (R-FL) was asked to respond to quotes attributed to him about Barack Obama. Among them were West's claims that Obama was the 'dumbest person walking around in America right now' and 'I absolutely can't stand him (Obama).' West didn't deny the quotes or walk them back. O'Donnell then tried to get West to apologize for saying Obama should put himself in harm's way when visiting troops overseas. When he refused to do so, O'Donnell somehow twisted West's last statement into an apology that didn't exist.

West's response? Eye roll.

Awesome. Via HapBlog:

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