A follow-up of sorts to an earlier post detailing the alarmingly racist outburst from Alabama Representative Alvin Holmes (“Racism: the Left’s Favorite Card to Play“)
So sit back and let PJTV’s AlfonZo Rachel put some truth to ya’, as only he can. But before you watch Zo’s video below, first ask yourself one question: “How much have you seen, or heard, about Holmes’s diatribe in the national media?”
Then ask yourself why:
Posted in abortion, AlfonZo Rachel, PJTV, politics, race, racist
Tagged abortion, Alabama Representative Alvin Holmes, AlfonZo Rachel, Alvin Holmes, PJTV, prolife, race, racism
Egypt continues to be embroiled in turmoil.
Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood have lost their shot at power in Egypt (nice job with that, fellas!!), much to the chagrin of our President. After all, Obama was one of Morsi’s biggest supporters, with the story of the two men playing out similarly to one of those old ‘boy-meets-girl’ trade paperbacks:
Now, no one’s quite sure as to exactly WHAT form of government will ultimately replace the Morsi regime in the long term, although the general consensus seems to be: probably something even worse.
Posted in Andrew Klavan, Islamist, Israel, Obama, politics, Steyn
Tagged Andrew Klavan, Egypt, Israel, Mark Steyn, middle-east, Morsi, muslim brotherhood, Obama, PJTV, politics
Of all the behaviors by our über-Leftist media which causes my stomach to churn, their incessant carping about “Racism” may be the most annoying.
It really doesn’t matter what the subject is, either. The “everything that Right-wingers/Conservatives/Republicans do is racist” rant is heard as regularly as the weather. And while MSNBC seems to lead the pack in this category (fairly consistently), other media outlets aren’t that far behind, with one charge of racism being more ridiculous than the next.
Posted in PJTV, politics, race, racist
Tagged AlfonZo Rachel, leftist media, Liberal, media, msnbc, PJTV, politics, racism, racist, Touré
I miss Andrew Klavan’s video versions of “Klavan on the Culture” on PJTV.
He still does the same material today on PJMedia.com, but now only in a column format rather than the clips. I dunno: whether it was his delivery style, his exaggerated exaggerations, or maybe his unusually wide stance…..
Whatever it was, those darn videos never failed to make me laugh.
So, I thought I’d share a recent post from his column that made me laugh…even though it also made me wish I’d written it.
-By Andrew Klavan
Bill Whittle covers some of the past week’s events, placing them into much-needed context:
Hillary testifying before Congress, when she gave her now-infamous “What difference does it make” retort?
John Kerry, who is (*shudder*) replacing her as Secretary of State?
Whittle nails them both, and more, with deadly accuracy.
Honestly, I should probably start playing the old Carly Simon hit “Nobody Does it Better” whenever I include a clip from this guy:
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Tagged Afterburner Bill Whittle, Benghazi, Hillary Clinton, PJTV, politics, What Difference Does It Make
We’ve just passed the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that made abortion legal in this country. And what did the so-called pro-choice movement feel was an appropriate gesture on such a significant occasion? At drawtheline.org, which promotes legislation known as the the Bill of Reproductive Rights, they produced a little video in which a handsome man wishes “Happy Anniversary” to his ‘baby’…he has champagne and a red rose, he smiles seductively. Firelight and soft jazz complete the romantic picture.
Who’s he toasting? The right to an abortion. If that sounds sick, it is.
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Tagged "Aaron", abortion, AlfonZo Rachel, baby yawning in womb, common sense pro-life arguments, human-rights, LIfeNews.com, PJTV, pro-life, pro-life resources, Roe v. Wade
It takes great self-control on my part not to simply re-post each and every Bill Whittle, Andrew Klavan and AlfonZo Rachel column/video which comes out.
Why? Because they usually range in quality from merely extremely good & pertinent all the way up to outstanding. Wait, did I say “usually”? What I meant was: EVERY time.
And so, …just for today, I’ve decided to relinquish that self-control…and post something from all three of them. Consider this my version of the “if-it-feels-good-do-it” ethos that’s so popular on the Left.