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Wednesday, February 6, 2013
CNS' Strategically Vague Obama-Gays-Boy Scouts Headline

President Obama said in a Super Bowl interview on the subject of gays being allowed into the Boy Scouts:

My attitude is that gays and lesbians should have access and opportunity the same way everybody else does in every institution and walk of life, and the Scouts are a great institution that are promoting young people and exposing them to opportunities and leadership that will serve people for the rest of their lives, and I think that nobody should be barred from that.

Here's how CNS synthesized that into a headline for a Feb. 4 article by Susan Jones: "Obama: Boy Scouts Should Expose Homosexuals to Opportunities."

The typical right-wing CNS reader will automatically fill out the rest of that strategically vague sentence with "... to have sex with little boys." And that presumably was the intent, what with the anti-gay agenda of CNS' parent organization, the Media Research Center.

Posted by Terry K. at 3:21 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 3:22 PM EST
WND's Farber Warns Against 'Homogrifying' Boy Scouts
Topic: WorldNetDaily

America, have you gone mad? Don’t you remember being a 12-to-15-year-old boy? And weren’t you girls “awakening” at about the same age? Don’t you realize that homogrifying the Scouts would hijack the very mission of scouting and turn the organization into a beehive of erotic exploration? I don’t fear gay boys hitting on straights as much as I fear straights asking, “What’s this ‘gay’ stuff all about? Is there anything in it for us?” I also fear for the safety of young gays who, innocently or opportunistically, give a wrong smile or say the wrong thing to the wrong straight. In our Southern culture, you weren’t a “man” until you’d “slugged a queer” who approached you. I failed the test. I always just rejected the advance and got out of there.

The battle to diminish youth sex was lost – surrendered – with the schoolhouse condom giveaways. To a young teenager, that was the grown-up world telling you, “We know you’re going to do it, and we want to help you do it right.” And what message would the welcoming of gays into the Boy Scouts send? “Gay-play must be OK, or the grown-ups wouldn’t allow us to be camping, swimming, showering, sleeping, horsing around and walking through the woods together!” Admitting gays openly into the Boy Scouts is rather like insisting cigarettes be lit as close as you can get to the nozzle while the gasoline is being pumped.

From condemnation to condone-nation in one parade! The Nazis didn’t have it that easy in Norway.

-- Barry Farber, Feb. 5 WorldNetDaily column

Posted by Terry K. at 12:56 PM EST
Newsmax Hides Dick Morris' Abysmal Record of Punditry
Topic: Newsmax

Dick Morris was a longtime fixture at Newsmax before jumping to Fox News -- and Newsmax manages Morris' mailing list -- so it's not a surprise that Newsmax would play down Morris' abysmal record of political punditry. It is surprising, however, to see ust how far Newsmax is taking it.

A Feb. 5 Newsmax article by Bill Green breathlessly declares that "all eyes
are turning to Morris' upcoming appearance on CNN Wednesday night," where he will "discuss his mysterious disappearance from Fox since shortly after last November's election" and the news that Fox declined to offer a new contract to him.

Of course, there's nothing "mysterious" about Morris disappearing from Fox. After enthusiastically predicting that Mitt Romney would defeat President Obama in a landslide -- one of many Morris statements that proved to be spectacularly wrong --  Fox News management declared after the election that anyFox show that wanted Morris (and similarly wrong Fox pundit Karl Rove) to appear would have to get special permission to do so.

To cap things off, Green concludes his article this way:

Fox's rating have fallen dramatically in the wake of last year's election. Press reports indicate the cable channel is re-evaluating its approach after President Obama's strong re-election victory, despite the fact a number of Fox hosts and analysts predicted otherwise.

That's right -- in an article about Dick Morris, Newsmax highlights how some Fox analysts predicted Romney would win without specifically stating that one of those people is Dick Morris.

It's not like Newsmax didn't know -- not only did Newsmax publish an article before the election about how Morris is  "sticking by his prediction that Mitt Romney will win in a landslide," it published Morris' post-election mea culpa.

It seems that Newsmax has kicked off a reputation rehabilitation project for Morris the way it has done with other disgraced conservatives like Bernard Kerik.

Posted by Terry K. at 12:05 PM EST
WND Columnist Ludicrously Portrays Obama As Emperor
Topic: WorldNetDaily

The last time we checked in on WorldNetDaily columnist Marisa Martin, she was ridiculously blaming President Obama for causing the TSA to detain an artist who wore a watch that looked suspiciously like a bomb. She's at it again in her Jan. 31 WND column, this time likening Obama to Napoleon for purportedly caring a lot about his press:

Two centuries later the White House is similarly inhabited by a man obsessed with public opinion and attempting a government made in his image. Streams of rhetoric gush from paid barkers and their collaborating machines (formerly known as the free press.) President Obama is variously compared to JFK, Lincoln, FDR or other titans of humanity with virtually no specific similarity or substance mentioned. Strike a pose and presume ignorance of the masses – and it’s been working.


Leaders with world-class egos can be dangerous when slighted. In China, Iran and Russia, naughty press people who just don’t understand the rules have disappeared. Fortunately, we have no such problems in the U.S., as most newscasters and big networks believe exactly what they’re told by the administration and are never unreasonably skeptical. This makes me feel so much safer.

Of course, Martin fails to mention that there is a free press in America, and that the owner of the website that publishes her anti-Obama rants, one Joseph Farah, is even more anti-Obama than she is -- to the point of publishing complete and utter lies about the president, making him a propagandist even more pernicious than what Martin claims the mainstream media to be --  and that he has never so much as been compelled to correct the record, let alone be thrown in jail for countering the "emperor." The president has the makings of a successful libel case against WND, yet one has not been filed.

Then again, in the court of public opinion, it has been concluded that nobody believes WND.

Martin concludes: "How much high-tech propaganda can be used against Americans without rousing our suspicions -- and how many artists and writers are willing to create it?" Martin is engaging in her own high-tech propaganda by having her rants published at one of the most notorious propaganda mills in the country, so she might want to rethink this whole thing.

Posted by Terry K. at 1:17 AM EST
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Bozell Claims No "Serious" Group Celebrates Abortion Doctor's Death, Forgets About Randall Terry
Topic: Media Research Center

In his feb. 1 column, Brent Bozell takes exception to a documentary about abortion after the murder of abortion doctor George Tiller, in which one of the participants says that "When abortion doctors are assassinated, the political right has celebrated those assassinations." Bozell thundered, "This is a flagrant, shameless lie. Not one serious pro-life group on the political right has done that."

Bozell is silent, however, about his links to an anti-abortion extremist who essentially did just that. 

After Tiller's murder, Randall Terry danced on Tiller's grave, declaring that Tiller was a "mass murderer" and "was one of the most evil men on the planet; every bit as vile as the Nazi war criminals who were hunted down, tried, and sentenced after they participated in the 'legal' murder of the Jews that fell into their hands." As we've documented,, which is a division of Bozell's Media Research Center, never reported that statement.

The MRC was until recently so simpatico with Terry's extremist videos that its MRCtv hosted Terry's videos. An October press release issued by Terry criticizes the MRC for taking down his video attacks on Samuel L. Jackson for an election-season video he made. The press release claims to quote an MRC official as saying that "While I may personally sympathize with the content, rules are rules and MRCTV cannot run political ads for campaigns."

Interestingly, for all his fulimation about how "not one serious pro-life group" expressed happiness at Tiller's death, at no point in his column does Bozell express outrage about it. Instead, he bashes the filmmakers for having "celebrated the abortionist."

Posted by Terry K. at 3:14 PM EST
WND's D.J. Dolce Picks Up Bogus Obama Library Story
Topic: WorldNetDaily

The painfully unfunny D.J. Dolce (aka Mrs. Molotov Mitchell) promotes a lie in her Feb. 5 WorldNetDaily video, claiming "Plans for Obama's presidential library are under way, but they have to tear down President Reagan's childhood home to make room for parking."

As we've detailed, a location for the library has not been chosen yet, and the University of Chicago Medical Center is planning to tear down the house where Reagan lived for a year at age 4 for its own uses.

Dolce then descends into a bitter, hateful anti-Obama rant about him purportedly wanting to turn the White House into a mosque.

Posted by Terry K. at 2:33 PM EST
NewsBusters' Sheppard Promotes Dubious Concussion Claim
Topic: NewsBusters

A Feb. 3 NewsBusters post by Noel Sheppard uncritically promotes a claim by sports announcer Jim Nantz that "a women's soccer player is two and a half times more likely to suffer a concussion than a college football player." Sheppard adds a whine that "America's media today for the most part seem hellbent on watering down such activities without regard to the actual statistics across the landscape of these sporting events," concluding, 'Of course, why should anyone be shocked by media members not caring about facts?"

Actually, it appears that the lack of care about facts belongs to Nantz and Sheppard. Jason Lisk at Big Lead Sports does the fact-checking that Sheppard can't be bothered to do:

He cites “research.” Is it published somewhere? If it is, I cannot find any reference to it. I’ve searched for several hours and haven’t turned up any particular study that comes close. I’ve found others that involve research on concussions in college and high school, but cannot find any that are anywhere close to this number.

Here’s what I can generally say, based on reviewing the research. Female athletes appear to be more likely to sustain concussions within the same sport as males. This is true for basketball and soccer, according to multiple sources. CBS News, in fact, the same network where this appeared, had previously reported 64% increases for soccer by women vs. their male counterparts, and 300% in women’s basketball vs. men’s basketball. (Here’s another book excerpt with similar discussions). There is also reference that women have a higher traumatic brain injury rate in car wrecks, and that is about 2.5 times more likely, the only time I can find a similar number.

Of course, why should anyone be shock by Sheppard not caring about facts?

Posted by Terry K. at 1:12 PM EST
Colin Flaherty Race-Baiting Watch
Topic: WorldNetDaily

WorldNetDaily's resident race-baiter Colin Flaherty has been on quite the tear lately.

In a Jan. 30 article, Flaherty does his usual blaming of "black mob riots" for incidents at a mall in Indianapolis. He writes that "Police and local media attribute the problem to 'unruly teens' – which local residents say is politically correct coded speech for black people," but he quotes no "local residents" who say that.

In fact, the local paper does point out that  the incidents at the mall are "almost all involving juveniles" -- telling us it's a youth problem, not a black problem.

Flaherty used a Feb. 1 article to highlight a case in which a black man admitted to shooting a white woman because he said he was "trying to prove a point that Europeans had colonized the world, and as a result of that, we see a lot of evil today." Flaherty cites "a prison psychologist who did not wish to be identified" as claiming that "racial resentment is the new mother’s milk of education." Flaherty doesn't explain why anyone should take seriously the opinion of a "prison psychologist" who is hiding behind anonymity.

On Feb. 2, Flaherty touted a security guard who used a Taser on a "crazy lady" who managed to "threaten, cuss, assault, spit, challenge and call Long every racial and sexual epithet imaginable." Flaherty doesn't seem to consider that the woman's problem is that she was crazy and not that she was black.

And on Feb. 4, Flaherty is back to painting all blacks as violent thugs who are out to rob and/or kill you:

Seattle may not have the day-in, day-out, racial violence of a Chicago, or the peculiar racial anarchy of small-town Peoria. But more and more people are paying attention to the increasingly visible and brutish mayhem groups of black people are visiting on a pregnant woman, veterans, old people, young people, “gay” people, Asians and everyone in between. Right there in good old Seattle.

In Flaherty's mind, it seems, if you're black, it's only a matter of time before you form a "mob" and unlease "mayhem."

Posted by Terry K. at 11:40 AM EST
Monday, February 4, 2013
CNS Touts Ray Lewis Religious Quote, Ignores His Link to Double Murder

A Feb. 4 article by Melanie Hunter promotes how pro football player Ray Lewis said after his Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl, "When God is for you, who can be against you?"

Hunter doesn't mention that Lewis is perhaps a flawed messenger for a religious message given his alleged links to a double murder more than a decade ago.

The Washington Post details how Lewis was linked to two men who were stabbed to death in Atlanta in 2000. Lewis was initially charged in their deaths, though those charges were dropped and he eventually pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice. But traces of one victim's blood was found inside the limousine Lewis used, the suit he wore that night has never been found, and Lewis has paid millions of dollars to settle civil lawsuits by the victims' families.

Apparently, according to Hunter, being linked to murder is OK if Lewis is spouting Bible verses now.

Posted by Terry K. at 3:40 PM EST
WND's Farah Just Can't Stop Lying About 'Civilian National Security Force'
Topic: WorldNetDaily

WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah is a congenital liar, and one of the things he and WND have lied about is President Obama's statement about a "civilian national security force." Farah does so again in his Feb. 3 WND column:

Is the U.S. government getting ready for a war we don’t know about?

And, if that’s why Washington is stockpiling massive amounts of ammunition (hollow points, by the way), why is Homeland Security doing the buying instead of the Defense Department?

I have some theories.

Many of you will remember a story I broke a long time ago – about presidential candidate Barack Obama’s little-noticed announcement that, if elected in 2008, he wanted to create a “civilian national security force” as big, as strong and as well-funded as the Defense Department.

Here’s what he actually said at a campaign stop in Colorado July 2, 2008: “We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”

Could what we see happening now in the Department of Homeland Security be the beginning of Obama’s dream and our constitutional nightmare?


These words – “civilian national security force” – have haunted me ever since I first read them.

Obama has never explained what he meant.

He’s never been called to account for that remark.

Doesn’t this sound like police-state talk to you?

As we've repeatedly documented, Obama has explained what he meant by a "civilian national security force" -- expansion of the foreign service.

Farah has been telling this lie for more than four years. Either he's too stupid to do any basic research to find out the truth, or he's such a craven liar that he'lll continue to push the falsehood because it's good for his bottom line.

Posted by Terry K. at 2:18 PM EST
Updated: Monday, February 4, 2013 2:45 PM EST
NewsBusters Disappears Limbaugh From Sandra Fluke's Story
Topic: NewsBusters

The Media Research Center likes to disappear Rush Limaugh's role in making Sandra Fluke into a prominent activist -- and, as a consequence, the MRC's role in endorsing Limbaugh's misogyny and trying to protect him from the consequences of it.

The latest example is a Feb. 1 NewsBusters post by Jeffrey Meyer, who complains that Fluke is "a Georgetown Law student who 'testified' before a Democratic policy committee -- not a congressional panel contrary to popular belief -- became a recurring guest on MSNBC, and even spoke at the Democratic National Convention last year." Meyer doesn't mention thatit's because of Limbaugh's three-day tirade of misogyny against Fluke that she was catapulted to prominence beyond her congressional testimony. 

Posted by Terry K. at 1:36 PM EST
WND's Mercer Still Unhappy That Non-White People Voted for Obama
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Talk of immigration reform has prompted Ilana Mercer to get all apartheid on us again. She declares in her Jan. 31 WorldNetDaily column:

A tipping point in the demographic shift in the U.S. population had returned Barack Obama to power for a second term. A moratorium on mass immigration, buttressed by strong secessionist and states’ rights movements, might just help delay another such bomb from detonating.

Lest we miss the veiled meaning in her reference to a "demographic shift," Mercer links to an earlier column in which she discusses "the axis of Asians, blacks, browns" (and brown-nosing bimbos) who handed the Democrats a handy victory," insists that "America doesn't need more people; it needs better people" (and declared that granting women the right to vote is a "pox").

Mercer goes on to lament that "America’s historic majority" -- you know, white people -- supported Mitt Romney over Obama but was "outnumbered as a voting bloc" by immigrants who are "for the most, in Latin American" and "ess educated than other sections of the U.S. population."

Mercer concludes: "The same Republican cobra-head that rose to spit at Romney whenever he broke from the pack is now leading the charge for amnesty and against America’s waning historical majority." Only in the race-obsessed world of Ilana Mercer is the existence of non-white people in America a threat.

Posted by Terry K. at 1:02 AM EST
Sunday, February 3, 2013
'ObamaCare Survival Guide' Book Is A Newsmax Operation
Topic: Newsmax

Over the past several weeks, Newsmax has been heavily promoting a book called the "ObamaCare Survival Guide." Unsurprisingly, it's a negative view of Obamacare, as Politico notes. Newsmax, however, doesn't want to tell you just how closely involved it is with the book.

You may have seen the commercial for You may not know that redirects to a page at the Newsmax store for its usual loss-leader "special offer" with a few free issues of Newsmax magazine and a health newsletter thrown in (in the hope that you fail to cancel them so they can charge your credit card $39 each for a yearly subscription).

But Newsmax is even deeper with this book that it will publicly admit: Newsmax owns the book's publisher.

The publisher of the "ObamaCare Survival Guide" is Humanix Books, which claims to have been "continuously publishing since 1969, making it one of the oldest publishing houses in the South Eastern United States." Humanix's website makes no mention of its ownership by Newsmax.

But if you look at the copyright page in the "ObamaCare Survival Guide," there it is: "Humanix books is a division of Newsmax Media."

Why doesn't Newsmax want to promote the fact that it has a publishing division? It's not like it's anything new -- WorldNetDaily has operated a publishing operation for several years. Of course, WND Books does carry the taint of its parent -- something Newsmax is perhaps trying to avoid by pretending Humanix is completely separate.

Still, as it publishes more conservative-leaning books, as one can reasonably expect, expect Humanix to get that conservative-publisher reputation. Can it avoid the WND taint? We shall see.

Posted by Terry K. at 11:43 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, February 3, 2013 11:44 PM EST
Obama Derangement Syndrome Watch, Supersize WorldNetDaily Edition
Topic: WorldNetDaily

The Republican Party has deliberately, carefully failed to do anything about the in-your-face bogus “birth certificate” Mr. Obama endorsed and posted on the White House website almost two years ago.


The majority faction are simply too scared of the damage the left would cause to their reputations if they dared publicly to question the legitimacy of “Black Jesus,” as his staff call him. For the hard left have long used a simple and effective tactic to protect their criminals. They follow Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, not the least of which is that the right have all the best arguments, so do not argue with them. Instead, make it plain that if they dare to speak out you will relentlessly destroy their reputations.

The Republicans, frightened for their reputations, have funked it. So you are now stuck with Mr. Obama for another four years.

-- Christopher Monckton, Jan. 21 WorldNetDaily column

Personally, I have counted Obama as a devil for a long time. I was fortunate enough to have commenced my study of him before most, and I can find few things more contemptible than his being able to look America in the eye (as it were) and quote the founders as well as Scripture, having done what he has done – not to mention what he has in store.

While the scenario I relate remains incomprehensible even to a goodly number of Obama detractors, the direct and circumstantial evidence is overwhelming. Logically, it just isn’t that difficult to surmise that someone who grew up infused with a hatred for America and admiring history’s greatest serial murderers, and who is a malignant narcissist himself, might perceive it as his destiny to outdo them all.

-- Erik Rush, Jan. 22 WND column

What difference does it make? Does it matter that a usurping president and grossly incompetent secretary of state lied to the nation throughout the presidential election regarding the cause of the attacks? And what difference does it make that U.S. foreign policy is conducted by Mrs. Clinton’s personal attaché and a practicing Muslim, Huma Abedin?

-- Craige McMillan, Jan. 22 WND column

Barack Hussein Obama, our technology dictator, has wasted no time declaring his intentions for his lame-duck term in office. If the first four years of Obama were bad, the second four promise to be worse. In his first four years, Obama set his sights on medical technology, nationalizing a massive portion of an American economy already enfeebled by Democratic tax-and-spend policies. In the next four years, Obama will target self-defense technology – guns – as he attempts to infringe on the Second Amendment.

-- Phil Elmore, Jan. 22 WND column

The clock is ticking on the American Empire as the “dreams from my father” continue to become ever more entrenched. Gun confiscation, Obamacare and runaway inflation, to name but a few of BHO’s atrocities, are moving ahead full steam.

Oh … and so, too, is the possibility of a third, fourth and fifth term – and beyond! – for the media-invented president whose arrogance now has him focused on making 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue his permanent address.

-- Robert Ringer, Jan. 22 WND column

I don’t know why I waste my breath any more.

For four years I’ve been telling Americans they elected a very bad joke to the White House, but, by hook or by crook, they allowed him to be re-elected for another four years.

That’s the sad truth.

If I could stop writing about Barack Obama, I gladly would. For instance, I haven’t mentioned in months that, by his own admission, he is ineligible to hold office. No one cares.

But now he is coming after our guns.

-- Joseph Farah, Jan. 22 WND column

Here is an uncomfortable pop quiz: Who has killed more children, Adam Lanza or Barack Obama? We’ll hold off on the answer for a few paragraphs while we look at the state of governmental excess – including killing – in America. But you can probably guess the correct answer from the manner in which I have posed the question.

-- Andrew Napolitano, Jan. 23 WND column

There was a line in Barack Obama’s Inauguration speech that should demonstrate to any reasoning, reflective, thoughtful person that the man occupying the White House either does not know the difference between right and wrong or is a shameless purveyor of evil.

-- Joseph Farah, Feb. 1 WorldNetDaily column

They say that birds of a feather flock together. And so it was at the recent inauguration of Barack Hussein Obama on the U.S. Capitol steps, a man who has lied his way into being placed on presidential ballots in now two elections, 2008 and 2012, and Beyoncé, the diva who has been forced to admit that she did not sing the national anthem at this solemn event, but instead lip-synced it, fittingly appeared on the same “fraudulent stage.” As the readers of this publication know all too well, Obama is not eligible to be president, because he is not, as required by the U.S. Constitution, a natural born citizen. To run for president, and to be elected president, a candidate must be born within the United States or its territories to two American citizen parents.


Thus, as various eligibility challenges – several of which I have filed for voters and rival presidential candidates in Alabama and Florida (see – wind their way through the courts, the stakes are gargantuan in terms of Obama’s legal future and our own lives and the life of the nation as a whole. And, if we can find that one judge and legal forum who and which will show some courage in this age of cowardice, and rule that Obama is not eligible under the U.S. Constitution to be president, then perhaps we will not only be able to nullify ALL of his illegal executive orders to date, but also force him to resign “Watergate Nixon” style.

-- Larry Klayman, Feb. 1 WND column

Posted by Terry K. at 3:26 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, February 3, 2013 3:30 PM EST
Saturday, February 2, 2013
MRC Ignores Actual Cost Of Achievements Done Without Income Tax
Topic: Media Research Center

Liz Thatcher marks the 100th anniversary of the federal income tax with a Jan. 30 MRC Business & Media Institute article headlined "10 Achievements America Accomplished Without the Federal Income Tax."

No, really.

But in focusing only on the income tax, T hatcher conveniently forgets how some of those things were actually accomplished. For instance:

2. Transcontinental Railroad

Steam power was soon put to use on land and railroads began to spring up across the U.S. To span the entire nation from coast to coast, the idea of the Transcontinental Railroad was born. Through the Pacific Railroad Act, the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroad companies were encouraged to compete to see who could get railroads that connected the east to the west fastest. This took only seven years, and completely transformed America into a unified nation.

As the article Thatcher links to illustrates, the transcontinental railroad was facilitated by a massive government giveaway to the railroads building it:

By the terms of the bill, the Central Pacific Railroad Company would start building in Sacramento and continue east across the Sierra Nevada, while a second company, the Union Pacific Railroad, would build westward from the Missouri River, near the Idaho-Nebraska border. The two lines of track would meet in the middle (the bill did not designate an exact location) and each company would receive 6,400 acres of land (later doubled to 12,800) and $48,000 in government bonds for every mile of track built. From the beginning, then, the building of the transcontinental railroad was set up in terms of a competition between the two companies.

Another item cited by Thatcher:

3. Westward Expansion

Though the left hates the term “Manifest Destiny,” westward expansion helped firmly establish the United States as it is today. It took place as settlers in America decided to pursue the opportunities of owning large amounts of land, farming and settling new towns. It was the ultimate American Dream, and by 1840, nearly 40 percent of the American population had ventured out to explore new territories.

Thatcher doesn't mention that "manifest destiny" also included killing a lot of Native Americans and driving the rest off their land. Is that really a better process than a federal income tax? Thatcher apparently thinks so.

Posted by Terry K. at 10:12 PM EST

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