Silencing Talk Radio
‘Variety’ (indeed): Canada’s new TV channel ‘a scrappy, populist, conservative alternative’ has ‘upset lots of people’
Noam Chomsky is a linguist and political philosopher of dubious repute, who remains, in spite of his errors and failed predictions, the Left’s “rabbi, our preacher, our rinpoche, our sensei.”
Today at CounterContempt (I site I only discovered this morning), David Stein announced the release of letters he says shed harsh light on one of Chomsky’s most troubling associations: his literary relationship with a Holocaust denier.
Mark Steyn sat in for Rush Limbaugh on Monday, and among other things, he mused about the Eminem/Chrysler Super Bowl ad.
The TV spot purports to celebrate everything that once made Detroit great — and will make it great again, presumably if American taxpayers continue to throw money at (or is that down?) that urban hellhole.
If progressives wonder why they began to falter at the end of the 20th century, I can tell them.
The great battles for black, workers’, and female rights having been (mostly) won. So-called “liberals” started calling themselves “progressives” at the precise moment they began, perversely, living in (and off) the past.