Liberals: The George W. Bush Library will kill kittens!

No wonder newspapers are going out of business. The Dallas Morning News posted an embarrassing story today that reported on the plight of stray kittens that are going to be displaced by the new George W. Bush library being built next to SMU in Dallas. Seriously. It sounds like someone at the very liberal SMU is reaching for any reason to hate on W's library. Liberals have been protesting to SMU regents for years trying to keep it from being built, and they failed. So bring on the kitties.

Xbox helps MSNBC attack Sarah Palin

Liberals have infiltrated the world of video games. It appears no place is safe from their aggressive yet annoying agenda.

Xbox 360 users can access the Xbox Live Network via the internet, which allows users to play games online with others around the world and view all sort of media content, from movies to TV shows to news reports. Since Xbox is owned by Microsoft, MSNBC provides news of interest on the network, most of it pretty straightforward and nonpolitical.

On Monday April 12, 2010, Xbox Live posted a headline showing comedian Tina Fey as Sarah Palin supposedly offering a clip of her recent skit portraying Palin on Saturday Night Live. Such a headline is not unusual; clips of news, viral videos and SNL skits, provided by MSNBC, are common on the Xbox Live Network.

When viewers clicked on the headline, however, what was shown was a clip from an MSNBC news program which showed the SNL skit, but then included the MSNBC host speaking with Ana Marie Cox, an editor from GQ Magazine who basically trashed Palin for two minutes while calling Fey a comedic "genius." She also stated that Fey's skits were one of the main factors why "more than 50% of Americans don't want Palin to be President." She then goes on to say "it's not hard to make fun of Sarah Palin. She says so many things that are untrue or Tina said, willfully ignorant and woefully unprepared." She then stated that she wondered if such impressions were even necessary "to make Sarah Palin look like a joke."

Of course, Cox showed no concern when she readily admitted that some Americans form their opinions of Palin from Tina Fey and Saturday Night Live rather than from Palin herself. Such "willful ignorance" would be condemned if it came from the Tea Party, but since they were talking about their "enlightened" core viewers, it was celebrated. No opposing views were offered by MSNBC.

Viewers who wanted to see the SNL clip probably didn't expect to see a political discussion, especially one so one-sided. Given the network's liberal bent, using an SNL skit to slip in an attack on Palin upon unsuspecting gamers is a sad low for journalism, but par for the course for MSNBC. 

Are you reading RealChoice?

We've found a great blog for those of you interested in the Pro-Life Movement. It's called RealChoice, and it's written by Christina Dunigan. She does some great research into the subjects she covers, so you always know the full story the media won't tell you. Click here to read it now or check out our blog list to visit her site.

Sean Penn is a dictator's BFF

You might be surprised to learn that being a Hollywood star makes you an expert on international affairs. Case in point: Sean Penn, grumpy Hollywood diva and best friend of Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.

Penn has visited the country and praised the efforts of the "President" who spends most of his free time bankrupting the nation's economy and imprisoning dissenters. Television stations in the country that broadcast news reports critical of his actions have been shut down. One would think that such a crackdown on free speech would repulse an artist, but not Sean Penn.
In the midst of the madness comes a dose of common sense. Actress Maria Conchita Alonso, who co-starred with Penn in the 1988 film Colors, has published an open letter to Penn, taking him to task for his support of Chavez and misrepresenting the Chavez regime as open and democratic. Alonso was born in Cuba but was raised in Venezuela.

The letter, published on the website, challenged the assertion made by Penn on the HBO show "Real Time with Bill Maher" on March 5 that Chavez had been elected in "the most transparent elections in the globe, and had been elected democratically." Alonso replied "Why didn't the government allow a manual recount of the votes and computer information when doubt set in? I strongly recommend that you read a report by the U.S. State Department written in 2009 entitled 'The Fraudulent Elections in Venezuela'."

After several referendums to lift term limits for the President failed in recent years, the proposal was approved in a February 2009 vote. While a number of human rights organizations and opposition groups questioned the validity of the vote, the door is now open for Chavez to be re-elected President for life.

Penn had also suggested that those who call Chavez a dictator should be thrown in jail: "There should be a bar by which one goes to prison for these kinds of lies,” he said. The winner of two acting Oscars thinks just like Chavez; a number of journalists in Venezuela have been imprisoned for speaking out against the regime.

Alonso also criticized Penn's assertions that Venezuela is a socialist paradise, an argument the actor has made in a number of interviews and opinion columns posted on liberal websites. She says Venezuela is "fast becoming Cuba's mirror image: (through) dismantling of fundamental democratic rights deserved by its people and citizens of the world." In recent years, Chavez has seized private property for use by his regime and fought back against student protesters when the economy faltered. Inflation in Venezuela is over 35% and the country is the murder capital of the world.

Penn has not yet responded to Alonso's letter.

Obama's Easter address ignores Christianity

Erykah Badu is no artist

Here in Dallas there is a lot of discussion about singer Erykah Badu's music video filmed here in which she stripped in public (in front of a number of children) on the site of JFK's assassination. She pretended to be shot and collapsed in the street in Dealey Plaza; blue blood then spilled from her head and spelled out GROUPTHINK. She claimed she was trying to make an artistic statement, overcoming her fears in public. Or whatever.

I felt compelled to respond to an article by a Dallas Morning News music critic who tried to justify her actions. I hope folks had the chance to see the story on WFAA which covered her CD signing here in Dallas on Saturday. In it, she refused to sign a TIME Magazine for a fan because it featured JFK on it. My question is, why wouldn't she? Couldn't she have made an artistic statement with it? She can find artistic justification to strip in public in front of children and was brave enough to mock the JFK assassination, but couldn't sign a magazine? We all know why - she knew it was going to go on eBay and fetch a small fortune, and since she couldn't make the money, no one else will. If it doesn't benefit her, she's not interested in doing it. That's not an artist. That's a media whore.

Another rotten thing about Denmark

The country whose greatest achievement is the creation of Legos now gives us the dumbest opinion piece we've read in some time. And we read The Huffington Post.

A Danish newspaper declared Obama greater than Jesus in a Christmas column. Their reasons why would be funny if they weren't so offensively stupid. To read more about what they said, click right here to read the column on

The Dallas Tea Party vs.Olbermann

The Dallas Tea Party didn't appreciate Keith Olbermann making fun of the entire Tea Party movement by accusing them of being an all white group with no minorities. Of course, from Olbermann's Ivory Tower at Rockefeller Center, he only shows what he wants to show, so through his narrow lens, tea partiers look like angry, racist rednecks.

To speak truth to power, the Dallas Tea Party has posted a YouTube video featuring what Olbermann would call an urban myth: minority Tea Partiers! To read the entire article at, click right here. By the way, the pic comes from, a first-rate site that I suggest you bookmark.

Glenn Beck Fans: Apple doesn't want your money

With the iPad now hitting stores, it's worth remembering a little tidbit via the Washington Times. Actually, it was a hit piece by Howard Kurtz, who was trying his best to make it appear as if Fox was upset with Beck because he's too controversial. Really? If the ratings mean anything, MSNBC wishes they had someone so controversial.

Anyway, the Kurtz column mentioned that Apple - makers of the iPad, iPod, and Mac computers, is boycotting advertising on Fox because of Beck. If that's the way Apple feels, then maybe I'll buy my iPod music somewhere else. It may be a pain, but it's Apple's decision, not mine.

Democratic congressman fears Guam might 'tip over'

Controversy is growing over a video of Democratic Rep. Hank Johnson (GA) wondering aloud if the island of Guam will "tip over and capsize" if too many U.S. Marines move there. Supporters say he was using dry humor and speaking metaphorically, but critics believe the congressman was serious, showing a lack of basic knowledge of earth science and physics.

In the video (featured above), Johnson is asking questions of Commander Robert Willard during a March 25, 2010 meeting of the Armed Services Committee. During a discussion of relocating 8,000 Marines and their families to the island, Johnson states "My fear is that the whole island would be so overly populated that it would tip over and capsize."

Cmdr. Willard does his best to take the statement seriously, answering "We don't anticipate that."
Johnson later tried to clarify his remark in a written statement, stating he was using a metaphor for the impact the Marines would have on the island. Upon viewing the video, it is clear this is not the case. After Johnson makes the "tip over" statement, he waits for Willard to answer without clarifying. He then says "and also, things like the environment," as he begins to discuss the ecological impact, so he clearly is speaking of two different things.

It seems controversy and illogical statements follow Hank Johnson around Washington. In 2009, he reacted to Joe Wilson's "You lie" outburst at President Obama by saying "I guess we'll probably have folks putting on white hoods and white uniforms again, and riding through the countrysides intimidating people," a statement that garnered criticism from both sides of the political aisle.

Hillary Clinton wants Canada to promote abortion