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Progressives love the Argument from Intimidation

Again, the liberal elite attempt to intimidate the free discussion of views that oppose them: "FOX Like Hitler? CNN founder Ted Turner is comparing FOX News Channel to Adolph Hitler, insisting that while FOX News may be popular, Adolph Hitler was also popular when he came to power 'was elected to power just before World War II'. Speaking to the National Association of Television Program Executives earlier to day, Turner also accused FOX News of being the Bush administration's propaganda tool. Insisting, "it's certainly legal. But it does pose problems for our democracy. Particularly when the news is dumbed down." A FOX News spokesperson says, "Ted Turner is understandably bitter having lost his ratings, his network and now his mind. We wish him well." Amen, Fox. In one quote Turner says that Fox and its viewers are Nazis. Way to go, Ted. That kind of high-brow thinking will get you a gold medal in Philosophy 101 - but only at Harvar

The Left is Racist

"California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer pursued a curious line of attack during Condolee zza Rice's confirmation hearing this week. Rice, one of the principal architects of the a dministration's Iraq policy, was clearly vulnerable to charges of helping produce a misgu ided, if not misleading, rationale for the Iraqi invasion, as well as poor postwar planni ng. Saddam Hussein clearly was not the threat Rice had proclaimed. Her paper trail of mis statements virtually invited a congressional attack on her record. But Boxer, rather than sticking to Rice's performance as national security adviser and her qualifications to di rect U.S. foreign policy, chose instead to gratuitously characterize her as a Bush loyali st who was blindly parroting pro-Iraqi war lines without regard for whether they were tru e." -- Mr. King, the Left viciously attacks and slanders any black person who does not toe t

The Left does NOT Stand for Free Speech

From on January 20, 2005: Keep Sinclair's Bias Off The Local News Every night, Sinclair Broadcasting vice president Mark Hyman gives a conservative rant - called "The Point" - which most of Sinclair's 62 stations are required to air dur ing their local news. "The Point" predictably attacks Democrats and progressives while pr aising George Bush. No counterpoint is offered. Our friends at Media Matters for America are spearheading a campaign to demand balance on Sinclair's evening news by telling Sincl air's advertisers about the partisanship they're supporting. Contact Sinclair's local and national advertisers. Of course, says nothing about stopping the New York Times from continuing its massively slanted editorials. They don't want to stop THAT news outlet from editorializing, only because happens to agree with the NYT socialist slant. The fact that MoveOn uses the word "Rant