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Klavan on the Culture take 2

Letting the days go by: Play another round of golf

If you have some time to waste, here’s a website that won’t be a waste. There are numerous videos here that are simply terrific! Especially watch the one titled “Failed Leadership- Oil Spill Timeline.”

PJTV picked up this one “Talking Fed- Letting the days go by” and has it featured on it’s site. It’s a really good one too… “Letting the days go by, crude oil is flowing in the gulf.”

Please, please check them out. You won’t be wasting time!

Banned on YouTube

Terrorist music video had 3million hits before it was banned on YouTube.

Now on PJTV.


Hate-mongering, gun brandishing, racists: the Patriot movement.

This is a must read. I pulled some interesting parts out but the report from the Southern Poverty Law Center is quite inflammatory.

Morris Dees, the founder of the SPLC was once a hero of mine. He brought down the Klan with a very innovative strategy of filing civil law suits against them and bankrupting their organization. Dees won a $ 7 million  judgment from the Klan for the family of a lynching victim in Alabama and brought down Tom Metzger’s White Aryan Resistance the same way.

What could be more heroic than that?

But now his firm is coming after patriots. Their characterizations of the movement are inaccurate and provocative. This report comes dangerously close to comparing patriots to domestic terrorist, Timothy McVeigh.

I know no one in the patriot movement who carry the beliefs that are found in this report. And to drop blame on talk radio and television commentators and Rep. Michele Bachmann is typical and unacceptable.

The video below defines the Oath Keepers organization.

Rage on the Right from the Southern Poverty Law Center

“We are in the midst of one of the most significant right-wing populist rebellions in United States history,” Chip Berlet, a veteran analyst of the American radical right, wrote earlier this year. “We see around us a series of overlapping social and political movements populated by people [who are] angry, resentful, and full of anxiety. They are raging against the machinery of the federal bureaucracy and liberal government programs and policies including health care, reform of immigration and labor laws, abortion, and gay marriage.”

As the [right wing] movement has exploded, so has the reach of its ideas, aided and abetted by commentators and politicians in the ostensible mainstream. While in the 1990s, the movement got good reviews from a few lawmakers and talk-radio hosts, some of its central ideas today are being plugged by people with far larger audiences like FOX News’ Glenn Beck and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn). Beck, for instance, re-popularized a key Patriot conspiracy theory — the charge that FEMA is secretly running concentration camps — before finally “debunking” it.

Last year also experienced levels of cross-pollination between different sectors of the radical right not seen in years. Nativist activists increasingly adopted the ideas of the Patriots; racist rants against Obama and others coursed through the Patriot movement; and conspiracy theories involving the government appeared in all kinds of right-wing venues. A good example is the upcoming Second Amendment March in Washington, D.C. The website promoting the march is topped by a picture of a colonial militiaman, and key supporters include Larry Pratt, a long-time militia enthusiast with connections to white supremacists, and Richard Mack, a conspiracy-mongering former sheriff associated with the Patriot group Oath Keepers

What may be most noteworthy about the march, however, is its date — April 19. That is the date of the first shots fired at Lexington in the Revolutionary War. And it is also the anniversary of the fiery end of the government siege in Waco and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

Bill Whittle: Ghosts of Independence

Grab a hankie. This is pretty moving:

Klavan: It doesn’t get too much better than this!

From BigHollywood.com


Buy some kneepads. We won’t be bowing, we’ll be kneeling thanks to Obama.

Going to work fulltime has really messed up my ability to keep up on current events. There is just too much to read and catch up on after 3 days with virtually no Fox News – I”m just beginning a withdrawl process on day 3.

Watching a weeks worth of missed videos on PJTV today, I found one that really got me fired up. And after watching it I had to find the actual column they were talking about and read it for myself, here.

“In a world increasingly defined by the rise of the developing countries, most notably China, the United States was, in fact, in relative decline. It took the global financial crisis to begin to convince the U.S. that it could no longer take its global supremacy for granted. This dawning realisation has come desperately late in the day. Even now most of the country remains in denial. Never has a great power been less prepared or equipped to face its own decline.

Fortunately, in Barack Obama the nation has a president that possesses a rare characteristic for that office, humility.”

I have to agree with this writer. We are a nation in decline because we are a nation that is leaderless. And the man we have in the position of leadership only knows how to manipulate and not how to inspire. He believes like the writer and like many in the world that we are not exceptional, that we are not great and that we are  fundamentally a flawed nation. Obama began his administration, from day one, on bended knee, asking for the worlds forgiveness.

Yes, we are fortunate to have a head of state who is comfortable subordinating himself to our enemies and to the world at large.

Instead of building on the allies and friends in the world who admire us and value a relationship with us – like the former Soviet bloc nations – we are asking nations who have sworn themselves to our demise, to forgive us for our own greatness. Instead of aligning ourselves with the emerging democracies in Eastern Europe, we are begging for nations like Egypt and Syria to forgive  us.

The good news for the U.S. is that China will continue to place great emphasis on a good working relationship.”

The Good News? So we are now allowing another nation to set OUR agenda? A nation that makes a mockery of human rights? That imprisons descidents? A nation that controls even its own citizens procreation? We are humbling ourselves to this? Well, of course, we have to. They are now holding the purse strings and they control our financial security, or insecurity, however you choose to look at it.

… the role of the state is highly circumscribed and viewed with inherent suspicion by American society; in China the opposite is the case, not just in the communist period but over many centuries, with no obvious boundaries to its power and the state enjoying remarkable legitimacy and deference (even though not a single vote is cast).”

I find this whole statement offensive on several levels. Suspicion of the government is a healthy state of affairs in America. It’s whats made us a unique nation. As Thomas Jefferson said  “When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty.”  Americans must be suspicious and vigilant of the elected, else we are tortured by the type of government we have now.

“Remarkable deference” enjoyed by oppressive communist regimes that have been responsible for the imprisonment and deaths of tens of millions, is nothing short of disgusting. Proudly boasting that “not a single vote is cast” is to disparage the tens of millions dead at the hands of the communists in China. It’s a great moment when one man-one vote is no longer a wonderful practice, at least to this columnist.

The goal of this columnist and others like Evan Thomas, is to demoralize the people and create a declining nation, if not in reality then at least  in the minds of the citizenry. They are preparing us for the third world nation that they envision for us.

The president is setting the tone for the next decade: bowing to dictators and promising billions of dollars (to aid in the fight against so-called global warming with money we don’t have and have to borrow from another totalitarian government)  to America hating marxist regimes – like for instance, Hugo Chavez. Hey, maybe they’ll like us better if we give them money!

We aren’t in the cool kids club yet… but give him 8 years and Obama’s going to bow and buy our way in.

Barack Obama’s speech disappoints and fuels frustration at Copenhagen | Environment | guardian.co.uk

Yesterday I watched a new PJTV Trifecta with Whittle, Ott and Green. It was about the arrogance and snobbery of this new president, and how he looks down his nose at everyone. Watch this video and then the Trifecta piece. LOL The camera don’t lie!

US president offers no further commitment on reducing emissions or on finance to poor countries

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Quotes of Note

The days of the Democrat-Media Complex controlling the narrative are in their end times.  And if the AG wants to turn his focus on me instead of ACORN, then that day will be closer than many of them think. Andrew Breitbart

Bill Whittle on the genius of Breitbart’s Roman strategy:

What we have never seen before is a United States without a free press. Bill Whittle

What Geneva conventions? You’re in America now, pal.

Wait until these terrorists come to the American prison system. They are in for such a surprise!

The Geneva conventions will no longer apply and the guards are employed by private companies. These are not the disciplined soldier/guards that those terrorists are used to. How long will the private pay guards endure the abuse of bodily fluid cocktails (feces, vomit, urine and semen) thrown in their faces, the way the military guards have?

This is a worth watching video by Steven Crowder about the detention camp and the quality of life those terrorists will be losing once they enter the American penal system. Maybe they’ll actually be getting some of what they deserve but it won’t be because the military justice system at Gitmo was substandard. From all accounts Gitmo is an  exemplary camp with exemplary servicemen and women.

If you have the time, Bill Whittle has an excellent 24 minute video with a Heritage Foundation fellow that explains in more depth many of the ramifications of closing Gitmo.