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Quote of the Day

Wis­con­sin Sen­a­tor Ron John­son in an arti­cle from Gan­nett Wis­con­sin on his col­league Tammy Baldwin’s sig­na­ture on a let­ter to the NFL to get them to drop the nick­name of “Red­skins” from its Wash­ing­ton, DC-based franchise:

And when it comes to foot­ball,” he said, “I will con­cen­trate on the Green Bay Packers.”

Remem­ber when you used to mock Con­gress for putting pri­or­ity on hear­ings on steroids in base­ball over real issues last decade?  The 50 Demo­c­ra­tic sen­a­tors who sent that let­ter to NFL Com­mis­sioner Roger Good­ell deserve the same treatment.

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Cartoon of the Day

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Quote of the Day

Andrew Sul­li­van, one of the biggest advo­cates for gay mar­riage out there, on the sud­den res­ig­na­tion of Mozilla CEO Bren­dan Eich after a pub­lic cam­paign to get him fired suc­ceeded.  In 2008, Eich gave $1,000 to the group which sup­ported California’s Prop 8.  Prop 8, was California’s pub­lic ref­er­en­dum which sus­pended gay mar­riages in that state until it was over­turned by the U.S. Supreme Court last summer.

Will he now be forced to walk through the streets in shame? Why not the stocks? The whole episode dis­gusts me – as it should dis­gust any­one inter­ested in a tol­er­ant and diverse soci­ety. If this is the gay rights move­ment today – hound­ing our oppo­nents with a fanati­cism more like the reli­gious right than any­one else – then count me out. If we are about intim­i­dat­ing the free speech of oth­ers, we are no bet­ter than the anti-gay bul­lies who came before us.

Both sides of this argu­ment have pretty much been over­run by their extremes.  Instead of just going with a more lib­er­tar­ian “Hey, just leave every­one alone” stance, both sides (with the left now going to this extreme) have hun­kered down on their positions.

Let’s just be hon­est here, the gay mar­riage side won folks.  It is going to hap­pen, prob­a­bly nation­wide in the next 15 years.  The prob­lem the left is now hav­ing is one most advo­cacy groups don’t want to admit vic­tory and then close their doors (You know, like most sane peo­ple would do.).  They have pro­fes­sional activists who need pay­checks, so the bat­tle must go on.

Even if it means free speech and reli­gious lib­erty must be sac­ri­ficed in the process.  Con­grat­u­la­tions gay rights groups, you’ve started a modern-day inquisition.

 

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Florida Liberals Also Behave Badly

It’s never good when a wife has to get a restrain­ing order against her husband.

It’s news when the hus­band is a congressman.

A judge has granted a tem­po­rary pro­tec­tive injunc­tion against U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson after his wife filed paper­work accus­ing the Orlando con­gress­man of shov­ing and injur­ing her dur­ing an inci­dent this past weekend.

Lolita Grayson’s peti­tion for the injunc­tion, dated Mon­day, says her hus­band pushed her against a door, caus­ing her to fall to the ground, dur­ing a con­fronta­tion Sat­ur­day at their home on Oak Park Road near Windermere.

In a state­ment, Alan Grayson’s press sec­re­tary, Lau­ren Doney, wrote that the alle­ga­tions “are absolutely false, com­pletely unfounded, and clearly designed to vil­ify and harm Con­gress­man Grayson.”

Con­gress­man Grayson firmly denies Ms. Grayson’s friv­o­lous accu­sa­tions,” the state­ment said.

The inci­dent comes just less than two months after Lolita Grayson filed a divorce peti­tion stat­ing that their mar­riage of nearly 24 years was “irre­triev­ably broken.”

Asked about the inci­dent, Orange County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Angelo Nieves said in a writ­ten response that the agency “is cur­rently con­duct­ing a Domes­tic Vio­lence inves­ti­ga­tion which is open and active at this point.”

A heav­ily redacted Sheriff’s Office doc­u­ment released Tues­day iden­ti­fied Lolita Grayson as the vic­tim in the inci­dent and listed the offense under inves­ti­ga­tion as domestic-violence battery.

Grayson was not arrested in the inci­dent and is not cur­rently fac­ing any crim­i­nal charges.

Lolita Grayson is also reported to be peti­tion­ing for joint, but pri­mary, cus­tody of the couple’s children.

Grayson is some­thing of an icon to the hard­core lib­eral elite and online Left.  He also is fac­ing a tough re-election fight (as he did — and lost — in 2010) after reclaim­ing his House seat in 2012.

He seems to only be able to win it on the years of presidential-level turnout.

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Apparently this Ad from Cadillac is Driving Liberals Nuts

…and it’s for an elec­tric car nonetheless.

What, the line about “tak­ing all of August off” get under their skin or something?

For those curi­ous, that’s char­ac­ter actor Neal McDo­nough, who may be best known recently for his recur­ring role of the FX Series “Jus­ti­fied” dur­ing its third sea­son as well as being “Dum Dum Dugan,” in “Cap­tain Amer­ica: The First Avenger.”

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Planned Parenthood Proves WisconsinEye’s Case in its Defense of Actions

I’m not a copy­right lawyer (it is an inter­est of mine though…), but if you’re on the verge of a cease and desist order, or law­suit for vio­lat­ing the wholly-owned copy­right of video dis­tri­b­u­tion rights, the last thing you ever say is “watch the whole video.” 

Not only does it prove WisconsinEye’s point that Planned Par­ent­hood is vio­lat­ing their copy­right, it is explic­itly say­ing it has changed video to put their own con­text on the events that occurred in the state Sen­ate cham­ber that morning.

Wis­con­sin­Eye Pub­lic Affairs Net­work on Tues­day accused Planned Par­ent­hood of vio­lat­ing its user agree­ment by using the footage of Ellis in a polit­i­cal ad. The footage used showed Ellis, of Neenah, bang­ing his gavel and shout­ing at law­mak­ers dur­ing debate of a bill requir­ing doc­tors who per­form abor­tions to have hos­pi­tal admit­ting priv­i­leges. The ad has been air­ing on tele­vi­sion sta­tions in Green Bay.

Planned Par­ent­hood attor­ney Nicole Safar responded Wednes­day, urg­ing the pub­lic to watch the entire debate to “make their own deci­sion about Sen. Mike Ellis.”

My deci­sion after watch­ing it:  Sen­ate Democ­rats were act­ing like chil­dren, Ellis was try­ing to main­tain order.  Five sec­onds of video tells a com­pletely dif­fer­ent take than thirty min­utes of video.

Planned Par­ent­hood of Wis­con­sin knows this; and if they aren’t smart, all the money they hoped to use to finance their oper­a­tions in the Bad­ger State will end up in escrow to help finance about five years of WisconsinEye’s pro­duc­tion costs.

By the way, for every lib­eral in Wis­con­sin who’s bitch­ing about what Wis­con­sin­Eye is doing, con­sider this: C-SPAN does the exact same thing and always has when it comes to copy­right of their video.

Since 1979.

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Democratic Congressional Staffers Behaving Badly

This comes from Legis­Storm, a web­site run by a non-partisan out­fit of the same name which tracks Con­gres­sional staffers, their salaries, and appar­ently now, their per­sonal blogs.

This, is what they found on the per­sonal web­site of a soon-to-be ex-staffer of retir­ing Cong. Jesse Jack­son, Jr. (D-IL).  (Best of luck job hunt­ing after this gets out.)

Con­gres­sional staff are sup­posed to work behind the scenes and leave all the head­lines for their boss. How­ever, as LegiS­torm closed the book on the tur­bu­lent tenure of departed Rep. Jesse Jack­son Jr. (D-Ill.), two of his less dis­creet staff caught our eye.

Jef­fery Mingo, an aide in the con­gres­sional district’s Home­wood, Ill. office since 2000 (and even after Jack­son left), describes him­self as an “eth­nic stud­ies scholar” and stu­dent of such sub­jects as gay stud­ies and crit­i­cal race the­ory on his Amazon.com pro­file. Mingo’s pro­file inter­spersed reviews of mul­ti­ple porno­graphic titles with children’s toys and car­toons. Here are Mingo’s words on “Black Tranny Whack­ers 06″ from Nov. 17:

I want to see men get busy with tran­nies. I want to see men be pas­sive with tran­nies. For those who like inter­ra­cial action, a white typ­i­cal male-black tranny combo would really show how oppo­sites can attract. How­ever, this is just black tran­nies mas­ter­ing their domains. Black tran­nies need love too!…this monkey-spanking stuff is just too bor­ing and unin­ter­est­ing to be both­ered with. Yuck! And Yawn!”

His review appeared one day after a much more glow­ing review of a DVD of “The Smurfs”. Mingo did not have much bet­ter things to say about “Frat Boys on the Loose 08″ on Oct. 18, in part because the movie fea­tured “Ken doll types” and “I like men who are fat or have chest hair.”

How­ever, his Hal­loween review of “Forced Bi Cuck­olds 05″ was more favor­able: “Here, all the men either give or receive male plea­sure. … You don’t have to be a both-ways man to enjoy this novel and excit­ing new genre. I highly rec­om­mend it.”

Mingo declined com­ment on his reviews. Within a few hours, the ones fea­tur­ing pornog­ra­phy were taken down.

A reviewer of gay porno and gay sex toys, just what Amer­ica wants up on the Hill!

 

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& Noble">David Corn Loses it at Barnes & Noble

H/T Sean Hack­barth of the Amer­i­can Mind via Twitter:

MSNBC Con­trib­u­tor and Mother Jones’ Wash­ing­ton Bureau Chief David Corn appar­ently got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning.

He was spot­ted in the Barnes & Noble at Union Sta­tion throw­ing a fit because his new book — his fifth — fit­ting called Show­down: The Inside Story of How Obama Fought Back Against Boehner, Can­tor, and the Tea Party out today didn’t have its own dis­play. He was over­heard yelling at the man­ager that “every paper in Amer­ica” was going to be talk­ing about his book today and yet nobody could find it there.

The man­ager explained that cor­po­rate tells him what books get dis­plays and that the order did not call for that. Corn main­tained that the book­store wasn’t well run and stormed out in a huff.

It was a scene,” our spy tells us.

Corn, who is usu­ally very ami­able, explained to Fish­bowlDC what hap­pened. He admit­ted he was “agi­tated” but said he did not “lose his tem­per” with either the Nook sales­man out front or the man­ager in back. “Agi­tated? Yes. Los­ing my tem­per? No. I was exas­per­ated.” Corn said he was upset that this is the only book­seller left on Capi­tol Hill and that his book was not promi­nently dis­played, as he’d been promised.

It could just be this book­store didn’t get the memo,” he sur­mised. “Peo­ple are walk­ing by. This is the day you want them to see the cover. You don’t know what it means the day your book comes out and your book is not promi­nently displayed.”

Our spy said the man­ager kept his cool. “Man­ager was awe­some. Totally calm. Looked up the order for him to con­firm no dis­play. Actu­ally, he acted as if he gets a bunch of jerks com­ing in there with sim­i­lar demands. Washington!”

Media Bistro goes on to report the book was later given its own dis­play hours later.  They also report Corn offered to do a book sign­ing to smooth things over.

Hav­ing fre­quented more than a few book stores, I can’t imag­ine what it’s like to get memos from pub­lish­ers about which books to push and which ones get their own tables, dis­plays and what not.  I also can’t imag­ine what it’s like to be a book­seller in a town where prac­ti­cally one out of every 1,000 res­i­dents can hon­estly tell you, “I wrote a book, why isn’t it being displayed?!?”

Also will say I’m a tad shocked that the B&N at Union Sta­tion is the last book seller on the Hill.  Tells you there needs to be more than bars and cheap food joints on the part of Penn­syl­va­nia Ave which lies north of the Capitol.

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Feingold — “Pleased” With Drone Killing of Al-Awlaki

Some­where, in a pri­vate library in New York City or Wash­ing­ton, DC, Glenn Green­wald is crying.

His hero has aban­doned him.

WASHINGTON — For­mer Wis­con­sin Sen. Russ Fein­gold, whose lone vote against the Patriot Act made him a hero among civil lib­er­tar­i­ans, said he has no prob­lem with the killing of U.S.-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in a drone attack in Yemen last fall.

I’m very pleased that he was taken out,” said Fein­gold, who spoke to The Huff­in­g­ton Post ahead of the Tues­day release of his new book, “While Amer­ica Sleeps.” “I do believe he was part and par­cel of al Qaeda. I do think it is legit­i­mate to go after al Qaeda operatives.”

The clan­des­tine assas­si­na­tion of an Amer­i­can cit­i­zen with­out a trial sparked a legal and moral debate last year that echoed a sim­i­lar one after 9/11 as law­mak­ers drafted the now con­tro­ver­sial Patriot Act. A secret Obama admin­is­tra­tion memo leaked soon after the strike con­cluded that Awlaki could be legally tar­geted if it was not pos­si­ble to cap­ture him alive.

Even as he told The Huff­in­g­ton Post in an inter­view that “Amer­i­cans have metaphor­i­cally gone back to sleep when it comes to con­sti­tu­tional intru­sions in the name of fight­ing ter­ror­ism,” the for­mer mem­ber of the Sen­ate Intel­li­gence Com­mit­tee made clear that in Awlaki’s case, excep­tions should be made.

It is a seri­ous ques­tion that they did address and opin­ion­ize on that had to do with the dif­fi­culty of whether or not you can actu­ally do this with an Amer­i­can cit­i­zen,” he said of the deci­sion to kill Awlaki. “It has to do under their analy­sis with whether there was any way to take him alive. Their claim was they could not, and in that cir­cum­stance it appears to be legal.”

But what about the Obama administration’s con­tro­ver­sial ratch­et­ing up of drone strikes?

As to the tac­tics, I’m not going to speak to the specifics of the drone,” Fein­gold said. “I was on the intel­li­gence com­mit­tee and I’m not going to get into that right now.”

The killing of Al-Awlaki has had the civil lib­er­ties for ter­ror­ists crowd up in arms because the noted Islamic fun­da­men­tal­ist, Al-Queda recruiter, and believed inspi­ra­tion of the Fort Hood shoot­ing, was an Amer­i­can cit­i­zen.  So, in their opin­ion, hav­ing the Obama Admin­is­tra­tion give the okay to have him killed with­out a trial in the deserts of Yemen was murder.

To have one of the heroes of civil lib­er­tar­i­ans, espe­cially the lone vote against the Patriot Act, give a ver­bal approval to the Al-Awlaki drone attack is akin to being stabbed in the back.

Why would Fein­gold sell them down the river on this issue?  The answer sim­ple — Politics.

Despite the “Mav­er­ick” rep­u­ta­tion which only the media and lib­er­als still believe Fein­gold pos­sesses, in real­ity, he’s a party a guy.  And after being named a national co-chairman of the Obama re-election, Russ is going to tow the party line with the best of them.  And the party line from the Obama White House is “Killing Al-Awlaki was a good thing.”

So of course, now to Russ, “Killing Al-Awlaki was a good thing.”

My opin­ion on the drone attack — Hey, this SOB was respon­si­ble for the killing a high school class­mate at Fort Hood, fled the coun­try to avoid jus­tice, and was recruit­ing for a known ter­ror­ist orga­ni­za­tion.  Only one ques­tion — U.S. Cit­i­zen or not, where do I sign the kill order?

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& Larson Lost Their Free TV Ride">Lena & Larson Lost Their Free TV Ride

Oh, it’s only for a week, so I doubt the two will sweat it much.

Of course, if this were say the show that the­o­ret­i­cally Glenn Groth­man appeared on nearly nightly, the other side would be going nuts!

Here’s what Ed Schultz — once voted the 2nd most hated man in North Dakota (after then-Packers QB Brett Favre by those Vikings’ crazy North Dakotans) – said.

ED SCHULTZ (02:52): And what do the Repub­li­cans think­ing about? They’re not think­ing about their next-door neigh­bor. They’re just think­ing about how much this is going to cost. Pres­i­dent Obama is going to be vis­it­ing Joplin, Mo., on Sun­day but you know what they’re talk­ing about, like this right-wing slut, what’s her name?, Laura Ingra­ham? Yeah, she’s a talk slut. You see, she was, back in the day, prais­ing Pres­i­dent Rea­gan when he was drink­ing a beer over­seas. But now that Obama’s doing it, they’re work­ing him over.

Ah yes, embrace the left-wing misogyny!

By the end of the day, the pres­sure to put out the fire either got to Schultz, who pulled him­self off the air, and NBC, which sus­pended the cretin for a week with­out pay.

STATEMENT FROM MSNBC REGARDING ED SCHULTZ:

MSNBC man­age­ment met with Ed Schultz this after­noon and accepted his offer to take one week of unpaid leave for the remarks he made yes­ter­day on his radio pro­gram. Ed will address these remarks on his show tonight, and imme­di­ately fol­low­ing begin his leave. Remarks of this nature are unac­cept­able and will not be tolerated.

The best response, nat­u­rally comes from Laura Ingra­ham her­self, who had this to say on Facebook.

Re. the crude com­ments made about me by Ed Schultz on his radio pro­gram: First, I was sur­prised to learn that Ed Schultz actu­ally hosted a radio show. Is it only avail­able online? Sec­ond, I have to get back to record­ing the audio edi­tion of my new book “Of Thee I Zing.” Now I’m tempted to insert one addi­tional zing–about men who preach civil­ity but prac­tice misogyny.

I hear there’s another Joint Finance Com­mit­tee hear­ing today in Madi­son, and we all know what a show that tends to be for Lena Tay­lor.  Per­haps, dur­ing one of the recesses or in-between rants, one of those “enter­pris­ing, young reporters” could ask the state sen­a­tor her thoughts on the matter.

Or Chris Larson?

Or any of the other “Fab 14″ since they too were fre­quent guests of Schultz’s?

Or am I going to have to take things into my own hands on this mat­ter soon?

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