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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Video: Krauthammer Slams NPR's Nina Totenberg

Every second of this exchange is worth the watch. The panelist on the hotseat is obviously NPR's Nina Totenberg because of the undercover video of NPR CEO Ron Schiller pandering to who he thought was a Muslim Brotherhood group. That pandering involved calling the Tea Party 'racist.'

Totenberg must have spent a lot of time and effort to come up with her narrative which was essentially, 'Don't judge NPR for the beliefs of those who lead it. Judge it on the basis of its product.' Lost on her is the fact that the leadership of any organization reflects its product.

Fortunately, Krauthammer wasn't willing to let her get away with it and threw in a steady flow of comments about how Totenberg's outfit relies on taxpayer dollars when other entities have to earn the dollars of those people AFTER taxes.

h/t The Blaze

Video Shocker: Bill Maher Confronts Keith Ellison over Qur'an

Earlier this week, the first Muslim elected to U.S. Congress - Keith Ellison - while at Peter King's radical Islam hearing, invoking the name of a Muslim who died on 9/11 and then proceeded to bawl in a case of misplaced and transparent melodramatic theatrics. It was embarrassing.

Then he appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher. Don't let the initial softball question discourage you. Stick with it because Maher - as an atheist - appears to be getting a bit fed up with the Qur'an and it appeared to catch Ellison off guard.

Here is Ellison crying like a little girl. Ya think Ellison cried like this after the Fort Hood shootings?

Since then, it's been learned that the Muslim Ellison was crying theatrical crocodile tears over was never a victim of anti-Muslim bigotry; he was even given virtual 'hero' status in, of all things, the Patriot Act.

National Review has more.

h/t to Jawa Report

Video: Explosion at Japanese Nuclear Power Plant

It might just be me but the Japanese news reporters pictured at the beginning of this clip look personally frightened. This report is not in English and doesn't have subtitles but the video of the explosion at the Fukushima nuclear power plant is tragically epic hours after a national catastrophe. As attempts to prevent a nuclear meltdown remain in high gear, this explosion cannot be good.

The image in the bottom right likely indicates flood damage.

h/t Drudge

More video via Verum Serum:

Video: Chris Matthews Proves he's Still Leader of Obama Cult

Chris Matthews had to have viewed this angle as an opportunity to kill two proverbial birds with one proverbial stone. By suggesting that somehow the earthquakes in Japan should be used to remind people that Barack Obama grew up in Hawaii, he gets to further feed Barack Obama's narcicissm. Second, he gets to go after the Birthers. Matthews actually politicizes one of the worst natural disasters in recent memory while somehow attempting to make it about Obama.

Via NewsBusters:

Rick Santorum: Shariah Law is 'Evil'

Though it's difficult to determine to what extent this is nothing other than red meat rather than an indication of how he might govern, Rick Santorum deserves credit; short of Rep. Allen West, I'm not sure any of the prominent faces in D.C. have gone this far. These words might just help Santorum leapfrog several others in the pack for 2012.

DURHAM, N.H. — Rick Santorum on Friday asserted that Sharia law has no place in America.

“Jihadism is evil and we need to say what it is,” he said at the Strafford County Lincoln-Reagan dinner, remarks that show how the former Pennsylvania senator continues to establish himself as the candidate most-aligned with the Republican Party’s conservative base.

“We need to define it and say what it is. And it is evil. Sharia law is incompatible with American jurisprudence and our Constitution.”
The good news is if this type of campaign rhetoric continues to resonate with the American public, all Republican candidates will have to start talking like this. Then the issue can be actually debated, which is the last thing Islamists want.

Santorum was one of the Republican casualties in 2006 as U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania so it remains to be seen if deeds will match words but this is great to see from a one of the 2012 nominees.

At its essence, Shariah Law is supposed to be the law of the land in whatever land it's the law. Until the West understands that the issue of Islam is not First Amendment but Article VI, we won't be able to confront it. Talk like this from Santorum is a good step.

h/t Weasel Zippers
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