Nationally syndicated columnist and founder and editor of Atlas Shrugs, Pamela Geller appeared on Joy Behar’s show Monday and boy did the fireworks fly. As expected, the Behar take on Palin is, as usual, disrespectful and full of hate. Pamela takes on the manly-looking host as well as Ron Reagan, Jr. on the topic of Palin and her ‘prompt’ notes.
As the Examiner notes:
It is interesting that Leftwing Hollywood types such as Behar will quickly harp on Palin’s ‘prompt-words’ written on her hand while totally ignoring Barack Obama’s constant reliance on the teleprompter, even when addressing elementary school children.
The fun part of the video occurs around 3:15 into the video when Pamela confronts the thought-less Ron Reagan on how Sarah Palin compares to his famous father. Coming from someone who met Ron’s father several times, the elder Reagan would heartily disagree with the younger Reagan’s view of politics and Sarah Palin.
As Gateway Pundit stated:
You can tell she got under that naughty boy’s skin. He looked like he was going to cry.
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity at the Cato Institute has released another Economics 101 video. This time, Isabel Santa from Cato discusses the problems of monopolies, especially Government monopolies, when it applies to our children’s schools.
How then can states better our schools? Competition.
Competition, through school choice, promotes innovation and results in higher quality and lower costs. Government-run schools are a tragic example, by contrast, of why monopolies generate bad results. This video uses the example of school choice to explain why competition is a better approach.
A great new video from the Media Research Center comprised of months of videos set to music they have shot concerning one topic – is making health insurance a mandate for being a resident of the United States constitutional?
This very effective commercial, which aired last night during the Super Bowl, was one of the better spots during the game. It has been around the internet for a while but, this is the first time I believe it’s been on TV.
Gawker called it:
still most effective tech ad to hit the Super Bowl since Apple’s famous “1984.”
I thought it was good, but as good as the visionary 1984? I didn’t think so but, what do you think?
According to the Times of London, Phil Jones, the scientist whose e-mails were hacked and published appearing to show that he wanted colleagues to destroy data, says he thought of killing himself “several times.” Jones says he wasn’t ready for the scandal when it erupted. “I am just a scientist,” he said. “I have no training in PR or dealing with crises.” Jones said he still gets death threats from around the world, including two over the past week. “People said I should go and kill myself. They said that they knew where I lived.”
I am against violence against another person but, this is what happens when you get caught cooking the climate books in order to promote the left’s statist agenda.
During a Super Bowl pre-game interview, President Obama picked the Indianapolis Colts over the New Orleans Saints:
Obama’s Super Bowl prediction was based on his opinion that the Colts have “perhaps the best quarterback in history.”
“Peyton Manning is unbelievable,” the president told CBS’ Katie Couric during a live pregame interview.
Still, Obama said he has a soft spot for New Orleans, “mainly because of what the city has gone through over these last several years” since Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005.
I should have realized this sooner and put more money on the Saints than I did.
The President’s losing streak continues as he picked Martha Coakley over Scott Brown. And, don’t forget about New Jersey and Virginia. Tracy Porter helped the New Orleans Saints to victory by intercepting Peyton Manning during a late drive and propelled them to a 31-17 victory. Go Saints! Who dat!
In what I thought was a hilarious Superbowl XLIV 2010 Commercial, Jay Leno attends David Letterman’s Super Bowl Party. This was a sequel to Letterman & Oprah’s commercial from Super Bowl 41. I thought Leno’s appearance made it better.
Viewers were shocked, at least the folks at our buildings Super Bowl party were, when the camera panned to include Leno in on the bit as the two hosts have traded sharp barbs on the air over the past few weeks. Gawker called it “the commercial that made the most people spit Pepsi One at their plasma screen televisions.”