Culture War Dispatches

from a Progressive People's Republic

Friday, April 09, 2010

Nancy and Harry want you to choose the best candy bar

Soon we will be able to make an informed choice between Snickers, M&Ms and Doritos. Truly history-making.

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Sarah Palin, Boston Common, April 14

Here's a fun party trick. Surround yourself with liberals-not hard to find in Boston-and invite them to hear Sarah Palin at the Boston Tea Party rally on April 14th, the day before Tax Day. I tried it out last night. People looked at me as if my dog had dragged in some roadkill.

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Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Six scary words: 'And not a moment too soon'

The stagecoach is out of control on a mountain road and some of the passengers are yelling at the driver to whip the horses.

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Tend to Your Seeds, Mr. President

The spectacle of a sarcastic President is not a pretty sight. Unsubstantiated sarcasm is downright repugnant, transforming the leader of the free world into a mean-spirited twerp.

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Does Anybody Really Understand ObamaCare?

Since the passage of the Health Care Reform Bill, the Democrat leadership has embarked on a strategy of demonizing its opponents as angry, potentially violent racists. Charles M. Blow developed a new line of attack in his New York Times column last weekend, with an argument based on a recent Pew Research Council poll: Republicans don't understand ObamaCare, so they have no right to criticize it.

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Sunday, April 04, 2010

Bonnie and Clyde's propaganda coup

On American Thinker:

The New York Times published a seductive photo (here) on its front page of the 17-year old baby-faced girl who blew herself up on a crowded Moscow subway, taking 39 other commuters with her to paradise, and her 30-year old killer husband, both wielding pistols. The Times notes that the photo:

is deeply repugnant to most people but also likely to be embraced by other extremists as a propaganda coup, a kind of Bonnie and Clyde of the insurgency.

What greater propaganda coup than appearing on the front page of the New York Times?

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

'What Makes Chechen Women So Dangerous?'

The focus on the gender of the bomber throughout the mainstream media is a transparent diversion from identifying them as part of the global Islamic jihad.

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