Because there are so many important things to blog about — hey, CPAC starts Thursday — I seldom take notice of Charles Johnson’s idiocy anymore, but His Weirdness has once again been pursuing his sick obsession with Pamela Geller. And when Donald Douglas of American Power called him out for it, Charles predictably played the […]
What kind of bigoted hatemonger would dare to promote the stereotype that African-Americans enjoy dressing up in colorful clothing and engaging in outrageous dancing to simplistic songs with pulsating rhythms? That man’s name would be the late, great Don Cornelius: Pamela Geller pays tribute to the entertainment impressario whose weekly TV program was the Fabulous Funkadelic […]
by Smitty From CBS News: A federal judge has signed a default judgment finding Iran, the Taliban and al Qaeda liable in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Judge George Daniels in Manhattan signed the judgment Thursday, a week after hearing testimony in the 10-year-old case. The signed ruling, which he promised last week, came […]
. . . having decided to side with Pamela Geller in her dispute with Ace over Rick Perry, I am nevertheless obliged to say Pamela struck a low blow in blogging about her allegation that Ace publicly referred to her (offline and in person) as “Atlas Juggs.” Ace strenuously denies this. In general, ladies: Don’t […]
No, I’m not talking about Hurricane Irene, although the storm has turned cable TV news into an endless, boring hype-a-thon, which I consider catastrophic. Joe Biden went golfing before the storm hit, which I consider about the most useful thing Biden could do in any crisis. Neither am I talking about the catastrophic damage that […]
“Any media outlet that gives air time to Pam Geller . . . is disgraceful,” says the man who has spent years covering himself with disgrace and yet frequently gets air time on MSNBC. Joe Fein has more at Valley of the Shadow. Meanwhile, ignoring the Greenwald fatwa, Geller rolls out her new book.
Not in a good way, but by a couple of Norwegian writers blaming her (and “Islamophobia”) for the Oslo massacre: Hatred of Muslims and resentment of the left — one of us has repeatedly received resentful diatribes against the “multiculturalist elite,” and was mentioned in Mr. Breivik’s own writings — is not confined to Norway. […]
Donald Douglas at American Power has a post about how LGF’s Charles Johnson bullied a Forbes writer into removing a reference in her article to an incontrovertible fact: Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik cited Little Green Footballs in his “manifesto.” Breivik linked LGF 20 times, mostly while quoting anti-jihad blogger “Fjordman,” a former LGF commenter. […]« go back — keep looking »