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right-wing blogs we like

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March 31, 2012


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After listening to Boze on KIRO this week, he’s filling in for Ross, I’ve since switched my radio to KTTH at noon. Listened to Medved then Boze. Though it’s probably out of liberal curiosity, my head might explode, and my books are calling. I still enjoyed the shows. Rush, naw… he’s fat blow hard with a problem with women and gas.


Is Moveon.org a tax exempt organization ? I believe it is, like Media Matters. Old man Soros funds both of them. Does that really seem right ?

Politically based organizations like these two really are should be required to pay taxes, IMO. It could be discerned that they are trying to suppress the First Amendment. On the other hand, no one has to listen to Limbaugh - just turn to a different station or turn off your radio.


Seems to me they have the right to protest too, also.


It is past time that MoveOn.org moves on. I can't see where they could have any credibility with anybody but the most ignorant of left wing liberals.
The lack of integrity of those twits is beyond belief. Is the best way to counter an opinion that you do not agree with really to attempt to silence those that do oppose your "thinking"?
I guess if you can't keep up or even compete with the big boys, you take your ball and go home, then ask daddy to bulldoze the competitions field so they can't play either.
Can't let people hear opposing ideas. They might think about the issues and come to, what MoveOn considers to be the wrong conclusions.


Seems to me they have the right to protest too, also.

Posted by: Montego | March 31, 2012 at 12:38 PM

Yup, they have the right to protest but what they seem to be protesting about here goes against the 1st amendment and they often make up stuff to bolster their case. Being honest and objective about what is protested is seldom done these days.

In some cases, certain people should be taken off the air for what they have said, and they usually are by their management.


against the 1st amendment

Free speech and free assembly for common interests is against the 1st amendment?

and they often make up stuff to bolster their case

Sure you're not projecting, KS?


Hey KS - not to be too nitpicky, but what MoveOn is doing has nothing to do with the first amendment. That amendment is specifically about prohibiting government interference with free speech.

A private organization pressuring a commercial enterprise to not give a media platform to someone because they don't like what s/he says is many things (including, usually, stupid and futile), but it has nothing to do with government censorship.


Hey its all about Moveon.org, as radiohead put it. Correct, Pete - but guess I trust their motives less than a number of people do.

and they often make up stuff to bolster their case

Sure you're not projecting, KS?

Posted by: Truth-seeker | March 31, 2012 at 03:46 PM

No, just calling like I have seen them operate in the past. What are you trying to make up, TS ?


And if you distrust their motives, their should be laws . . .


That may be your opinion TS, but that's not my view. Obviously there should not be laws for others who are distrusted, not unless their ACTS break laws.

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