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The Year 2014 in Review

January 19th, 2015 · Comments Off on The Year 2014 in Review · Entertainment, Politics, Populism

Before we take a look at the serious issues facing Americans in 2015, we thought it would be a good idea to take a lighter look at the “significant” events of 2014. January January 2014 sees the introduction of an entirely new winter climate, the Polar Vortex, sponsored by Disney Studios in support of their […]

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The Disturbing Nonsense of the Powerful Right Wing Media

June 28th, 2010 · Comments Off on The Disturbing Nonsense of the Powerful Right Wing Media · Entertainment, Media, Politics

The Right Wing media has an overwhelming advantage over the commentary that comes from the Left. First of all, 90% of all radio programming that involves commentary is Right Wing commentary. That is, factually, 91% of all radio talk programming or commentary is identified as conservative talk radio. They don’t try to hide that they […]

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Lies and Misunderstandings

May 28th, 2010 · Comments Off on Lies and Misunderstandings · Corporations and Industry, Entertainment, Media, Politics, Populism

When are we going to grow up as a nation? We have an entire media spectrum…that is, all the radio stations and all the television stations and channels and podcasts and people blathering on street corners and in coffee shops….and there is no substance, no facts and very little concern for the truth. Just stop […]

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Republican Angst and a Dog Named Bo.

April 13th, 2009 · Comments Off on Republican Angst and a Dog Named Bo. · Entertainment

The Neocon Republicans were out in force on the media slamming the President on the economy and pirates, while the President was simply taking care of business, entertaining and a dog named “Bo.” The U.S. Navy took care of the pirates and a few friendly economists wounded the GOP naysayers.

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