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Thursday, December 06, 2007

Guest Host Mark Steyn

Our very own Mark Steyn will be guest-hosting Hugh Hewitt's show today and Canadian or other non-American listeners can listen to the show on the popular California based KRLA870 station from 3pm-6pm PST (6pm-9pm EST). Hope you enjoy the show!

Posted by Winston on December 6, 2007 in Media | Permalink

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Mark is always s pleasure to listen to - on ANY subject.

Posted by: obc | 2007-12-06 1:54:11 PM


This group won't be suing NBC - their ally-in-chief. The Enemedia strikes again:

"Group Says NBC Refuses to Air Ad Thanking Troops Over Holidays"

Fox News

NBC has nixed holiday advertisements meant to thank troops for serving overseas in opposition to the inclusion of a non-profit's Web address. The ads, paid for by the non-profit Freedom's Watch, are a simple thank you, the group says, with people shown paying gratitude to members of the military and the final frame showing the group's Web address, www.freedomswatch.org.

NBC - the home to terrorist sympathizers world wide.

Posted by: obc | 2007-12-07 12:33:02 PM


CONGRATULATIONS, MARK!!!

"Writer Mark Steyn Honored With Mightier Pen Award"

New York Sun, by Sarah Portlock


Author and columnist Mark Steyn has received the Mightier Pen Award from the Center for Security Policy for his writings on politics, art, and culture. Mr. Steyn, who yesterday called himself a "free speech absolutist," recently published a best-selling book, "America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It," and writes columns that appear in numerous publications, including The New York Sun.

Posted by: obc | 2007-12-07 3:19:35 PM


"Suing for silence"

The Ottawa Citizen, by David Warren


That not all Muslims agree has been made clear by members of the Muslim Canadian Congress, who have entered the fray in defence of Steyn and Maclean's. But that is a tactical side issue. For more than twenty years, in this column and elsewhere, I have been writing against the human rights commissions, which have quasi-legal powers that should be offensive to the citizens of any free country.


SURPRISE!! Steyn was quoting an imam. Now the sheetheads are claiming that quoting what they say is racist.

Posted by: obc | 2007-12-09 8:54:58 AM



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