A lifelong far-left conspiracy theorist now poses as the voice of reason.
They never learn.
The grand journalism pooh-bahs at CNN were humiliated this election cycle when WikiLeaks revealed that former CNN contributor and interim DNC chair Donna Brazile had shared a question with the Hillary Clinton campaign in advance of a March Democratic-primary town-hall debate. According to CNN, “activist anchor” Roland Martin and his production team at CNN’s debate partner and identity-politics network TV One were responsible for the leak. CNN host Jake Tapper called the episode “very, very troubling” and condemned the breach:
“Journalistically, it’s horrifying,” he told WMAL radio.
CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network “would not partner ever again” with TV One.
But instead of weeding out left-wing partisans masquerading as mainstream political analysts from their lineup, CNN is doubling down. This week, the network debuted a news special called The Messy Truth, hosted by “political commentator” Van Jones.
Yeah, that guy.
Before he was pontificating on CNN airwaves, he was a top environmental official of the Obama administration. The special adviser for green jobs at the White House Council on Environmental Quality held a special place in Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett’s heart. The Chicago power broker took full credit at a fringe Daily Kos blogger conference for recruiting him and closely following his career.
The two-faced, split-tongued politician who mocked Trump for calling out America’s rigged system came to power decrying the “vast right-wing conspiracy” to deflect from that blue dress her husband stained. She’s a menace to alternate media, to entrepreneurs, to honest, hard-working people, to the rule of law, public safety and national security.
Who are the haters? Who are the autocrats? Who are the serial abusers of power?
Only one presidential candidate has wielded the sledgehammer of government against personal enemies.
Only one presidential candidate has exploited a spouse’s public office to exact revenge on political dissenters.
Only one presidential candidate has a quarter-century track record of taxpayer-subsidized demagoguery and class warfare.
And as the most recent undercover investigation by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas revealed this past week, only one presidential candidate has been directly linked to a scheme to foment chaos and violence at her opponent’s rallies.
Ignore the kindly grandma with the “Stronger Together” backdrop warbling about her happy family and singing the praises of diversity and inclusion. Look beyond the carefully manufactured semblance of bipartisanship and moderation.
From Hating Whitey, and Other Progressive Causes by David Horowitz
A book arrived this month that sent a chill into my marrow. The author’s face on the dust jacket was different from the one I remembered. Its hair was cropped in a severe feminist do, its skin pulled tight from an apparent lift, its eyes artificially lit to give off a benign sparkle. But I could still see the menace I knew so well underneath. It was a holograph of the darkest period in my life.
I first met her in June 1974, in a dorm room at Mills College, an elite private school for women in Oakland. The meeting had been arranged by Huey Newton, leader of the Black Panther Party and icon of the New Left. For almost a year before that I had been working with Newton, developing a school complex in the East Oakland ghetto. I had named it the Oakland Community Learning Center and was the head of its “Planning Committee.”
The unusual venue of my first meeting with Elaine Brown was the result of the Panthers’ odd disciplinary notions. They were actually Huey’s notions because (as I came to understand later) the Party was an absolutist state where the leader’s word was law. Huey had “sentenced” Elaine to Mills as a kind of exile and house arrest. “I sent her to Mills,” he explained to me, “because she hates it there.”
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The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel discussion focusing on guest worker abuse and the impact on American high-skilled labor. Discussion centered on a new book by Michelle Malkin and John Miano, Sold Out: How High-Tech Billionaires and Bipartisan Beltway Crapweasals Are Screwing America’s Best and Brightest Workers. Joining Malkin and Miano was Leo Perrero, one of the IT workers fired by Disney and required to train their foreign replacements.
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Posted onNovember 11, 2015byifnm|Comments Off on Michelle Malkin explodes myths about cheap foreign labor and American layoffs in new book (Audio)
“So you’re saying Trump is your guy?” Glenn Beck asked.
Joining Glenn on his radio program Monday, author and commentator Michelle Malkin tore into what she termed the “crapweasels” who are “screwing America’s best and brightest workers.”
Malkin shared with Glenn how her newest book exposes the lies perpetrated by high-tech billionaires and others who pretend to champion the middle class while aiding and abetting massive layoffs of highly skilled American workers in favor of cheap foreign labor.
“Here you have Google and Facebook and Microsoft and Bill Gates marching up on Capitol Hill and having his ring kissed – not just by Democrats, but by the likes of Orrin Hatch – pleading that they need more of these cheap foreign workers because there’s an American worker shortage,” Malkin said. “It’s about exploiting our immigration and entrance policies for their own personal and private gain.”
The name of the book is SOLD OUT: How High-Tech Billionaires and Bipartisan Beltway Crapweasels Are Screwing America’s Best and Brightest Workers.
At one point in the interview, Glenn turned the conversation to politics.
Posted onJune 17, 2015byifnm|Comments Off on A Candid Michelle Malkin Blasts Old School Media (Video)
“There’s no time to waste, and I never want to feel like I’m phoning it in… you need to be passionate about what you do!”
The one and only Michelle Malkin visited us last week for a show you don’t want to miss! Michelle is the pioneer of new media – yep, “just a blogger” – and joined us to discuss the trends of modern media, conservatives learning to fight back, and her incredible work in spearheading the modern Twitter aggregation news-trend. We also chat about that ever-potentially-offensive topic of *gasp* putting your family first and the importance of right priorities. Of course, she also discussed her new book “Who Built That: Awe-Inspiring Stories of American Tinkerpreneurs” which we HIGHLY recommend you pick up. Like, now.
Corey Feldman has created a new INDIGOGO campaign, but this time its not to raise $ for an album, or tour, but it is about something much more important. Corey is attempting to make his life story into a Major Motion Picture. His idea was created in response to the tens of thousands of comments he receives urging him to come forward with details about his abusers while growing up as a child in the industry. The plan is simple, donate now, get the answers you seek, while affording him the ability to protect his family, and cover the legal costs while he prepares to take a stand against the sick and twisted power mongers in the world of Entertainment and beyond.
I watch Hollywood awards ceremonies where a supposed artist screams out for punching people in the face for political disagreements, and the entire horde of Botoxed brain zombies leaps to their feet in an ungodly and unholy howl of rampant bloodlust approval.
“We can call it Cultural Marxism, but at the end of the day, we experience it on a day to day basis, by that I mean a minute by minute, second by second basis. It’s political correctness and it’s multiculturalism.” – Andrew Breitbart