Archive for March, 2010
From IUSB Vision: a lecture on how attitude change propaganda works and how the media are using it.
The left-wing media has worked itself into such a tizzy over imagining Tea Party racism that it seems willing to jump on anything that might just possibly look like proof of racism, at least, if you squint just right and really, really want it to be.
We start here, at Little Green Footballs, at a post that highlights a slime of a man that the left is going out of its way to pretend is the “founder” of the Tea Party movement, despite the fact that he has no involvement other than buying up any domain names related to the phrase “Tea Party” and seeking to sell them to the highest bidder. But this person, who has been denounced by every Tea Party groups out there, and has no affiliation with any of them, despite his ownership of Tea Party related domain names, is the only evidence of racism at the hands of Tea Partiers that the left can really find. Read the rest of this entry »
Evan Coyne Maloney runs the political website/blog/twitter feed at Brain Terminal, and is also co-founder of an independent film company known as On the Fence Films, which produced the spectacular documentary on political bias on college campuses, Indoctrinate U. If you’re not familiar with his work, I highly recommend you check some of his stiff out.
Maloney first caught my attention before the Iraq War, when he infiltrated some of the anti-war protests and filmed the antics there. He has since filmed at several protests, cataloging the rhetoric displayed at these events. And given the sudden concern that the left-wing media have over the supposedly over-the-top and hateful sentiments at the Tea Party protests, Maloney is the perfect guy to remind the left of the recent past that they never seemed to want to notice while it was happening, and are eager to forget about now. Read the rest of this entry »
That impending ice age global warming climate change thinger is pretty sneaky. As expected, the heating of the earth is causing it to cool down, or something. But the IPCC says it, so it must be true. Consensus and all that.
In both cases, citizen journalist bloggers were on hand to document the proceedings with eye-opening photo essays:
Two rallies, not very far apart in time or location — and yet they couldn’t be more different.
I consider myself neither left-wing nor right-wing, and I disagree with one side or the other on various issues — but after viewing these images, I don’t think there’s any question where I’d feel more at ease. Read the rest of this entry »