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Intellectuals don’t know much about life


huxleyBack on January 16th Dr. Savage recalled his love of writers such as Aldous Huxley and Jack Kerouac but observed that he’s learned more from blue collar workers.

He mentioned Huxley’s novel “After Many a Summer Dies the Swan,” a satire on man’s desire to live indefinitely.

“I remember reading it as a kid, along the line of reading “Chrome Yellow,” he said. “I read everything Huxley wrote. But I didn’t learn very much.” Continue reading


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The Real Ted Kennedy

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By Beowulf Rochlen

The leftist media in this country has erupted in praise of Ted Kennedy. Democrats praise him. Republicans praise him. Liberals praise him conservatives praise him. But simply because a man has a health problem, does that mean that all criticism must stop? Does a man who spent his entire political life destroying the fundamental tenets of American morality become miraculously rehabilitated simply because he enters the hospital? Do conservatives stop being conservatives because of a medical diagnosis?

No! And yet it seems that the Republicans in Congress have forgotten what Ted Kennedy has done to our borders. Too many so-called conservative commentators have forgotten what Ted Kennedy has done to our language. Too many fawning media lackeys have forgotten that Ted Kennedy has succeeded in nearly destroying our culture.

We cannot forget that he opened the borders as early as 1965. We cannot forget that he voted to destroy the flag and destroy traditional marriage. We cannot forget in spite of his illness, that he has voted for late-term abortion – i.e. infanticide. We can’t forget that…

He voted no on a constitutional ban on flag desecration.
He voted no on constitutional ban of same-sex marriage.
He voted yes on adding sexual orientation to definition of hate crimes.
He voted no on banning affirmative action hiring with federal funds.
He voted yes on allowing illegals to participate in Social Security.
His poor health does not excuse him for what he has done to our country.

And so now the Soros-run media sets on Michael Savage for daring to disclose the truth about Ted Kennedy. As in a Soviet show trial, Michael Savage is persecuted for refusing to take the party line that the great lying lion of the left must be praised. I will not be silenced. You will not be silenced. Silence is death. Speak the truth about Ted Kennedy. Americans must know his reckless record of destructive social engineering.

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CIA Had Secret Al Qaeda Plan

Obama stops CIA from hunting, killing al-Qaida leaders
(Wall Street Journal) A secret CIA initiative terminated by Director Leon Panetta was an attempt to carry out a 2001 presidential authorization to capture or kill al-Qaida operatives …

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Some Israelis insulted by Obama shoe photo

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(White House Photo/Pete Sousa)

Israeli TV newscasters Tuesday night interpreted a photo taken Monday in the Oval Office of President Obama talking on the phone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as an “insult” to Israel.

They saw the incident as somewhat akin to an incident last year, when the Iraqi reporter threw a shoe at President Bush in Baghdad.

It is considered an insult in the Arab world to show the sole of your shoe to someone. It is not a Jewish custom necessarily, but Israel feels enough a part of the Middle East after 60 years to be insulted too.

Was there a subliminal message intended from the White House to Netanyahu in Jerusalem, who is publicly resisting attempts by Mr. Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to force Israel to stop any kind of settlement activity in occupied territories once and forever?

Whether or not it is true, it shows the mood in Israel. They feel cornered. The reactions out of Israel reflect that feeling.

Netanyahu is making a speech Sunday, in part as a response to Mr. Obama’s address to the Arab world last week in Cairo.

Israel’s Channel One TV reported that Netanyahu was told Tuesday by an “American official” in Jerusalem that, “We are going to change the world. Please, don’t interfere.” The report said Netanyahu’s aides interpreted this as a “threat.”

Netanyahu met with George Mitchell today for four hours in Jerusalem. The State Department announced this afternoon that Mitchell will be stopping in Beirut and Damascus when he finishes his visits to Israel and the Palestinian Authority.


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Terror names linked to doomed Air France flight

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Two passengers with names linked to Islamic terrorism were on the Air France flight which crashed with the loss of 228 lives, it has emerged.

Air France debris on board a Brazilian Navy vesselDebris from Air France flight AF 447 has been recovered from the Atlantic

French secret servicemen established the connection while working through the list of those who boarded the doomed Airbus in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 31.

Flight AF 447 crashed in the mid-Atlantic en route to Paris during a violent storm.

While it is certain there were computer malfunctions, terrorism has not been ruled out.

Soon after news of the fatal crash broke, agents working for the DGSE (Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure), the French equivalent of MI6, were dispatched to Brazil.

It was there that they established that two names on the passenger list are also on highly-classified documents listing the names of radical Muslims considered a threat to the French Republic.

A source working for the French security services told Paris weekly L’Express that the link was “highly significant”.

Agents are now trying to establish dates of birth for the two dead passengers, and family connections.

There is a possibility the name similarities are simply a “macabre coincidence”, the source added, but the revelation is still being “taken very seriously”.

France has received numerous threats from Islamic terrorist groups in recent months, especially since French troops were sent to fight in Afghanistan.

Security chiefs have been particularly worried about airborne suicide attacks similar to the ones on the US on September 11, 2001.

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“Whites need NOT apply” says Robert Reich, Obama Economic Adviser


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B.O. has been tested and failed on all fronts

Barrack Obama has now issued 17 Executive Orders. He ordered Gitmo closed. He ordered the military to go soft on terrorists in interrogations. He ordered that there be a White House office of urban affairs. And today he ordered federally funded stem cell research. And what has come out of all these orders? Disorder. The stock markets are dropping lower every day. The Taliban is winning in Afghanistan. Iran is getting closer every day to making a nuclear bomb. Obama administration allies are given huge amounts of money by the Porkulus bill while Americans are being kicked out of their homes. North Korea is threatening the United States of America. Barrack Obama has been tested and has failed on all fronts.

Strange stories are beginning to come out of the media about Obama. The media says that his hair is turning gray. He is rumored to be “overwhelmed” by the state of the economy, and hasn’t found time to hire for the top positions in the treasury department. This man is a college professor. He is clearly not presidential material. George W. Bush created an environment in which so many people felt betrayed that most Americans were willing to vote for anyone who didn’t represent a continuation of his policies. But America didn’t vote for Karl Marx.

Even an effective Marxist would be better than this. Even though he ended up imposing a form of socialism on the U.S., FDR at least vigorously pursued the enemies of the nation. He fought against appeasers and isolationists who tried to keep us from helping the enemies of tyranny and eventually joining their side in the fight. At least FDR had executive experience as governor of New York. Obama has had no real experience outside of a classroom. And that inexperience is beginning to take its toll.

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