Friday, November 30, 2007


At 9 PM ET, Andrea Shea-King will be interviewing Ed McMahon on her BlogTalkRadio show. Andrea has all the details posted at her site. Check it out!!

COMING SOON: A post about Glenn Beck. As I write this, Andrea's at a Glenn Beck book signing along with hundreds--maybe millions--of people. From all the noise on the phone, it sounds like a real mob scene. Andrea says he's being treated like a frickin' rock star!! Stay tuned...Andrea's #415 in line.

4:30 ET...Andrea had her book signed...then waited in line for a picture with Glenn...(she had her phone on)...Glenn talked with her...but I'll let her tell you what he said. She'll be posting soon with lots of pics...



The blowback from CNN's debate Wednesday night is still coming in. From Investor's Business Daily:

"Media: CNN can spare us the alibis for letting Democratic operatives slip past them as questioners in this week's Republican debate. The Hillary Rodham Clinton News Network may be as dishonest as it is slanted." Read more.


Thursday, November 29, 2007


You know, after the last debate (Las Vegas) with all the plants, you'd think the one last night would be somewhat on the level. Apparently my thinking is flawed.

Just after Bill Bennett dropped the bomb on Anderson Cooper at the post debate wrap regarding the General, the posts and updates began to flow at many sites. I was watching Malkin's.

As the updates came in exposing the questioners, it soon became clear this debate was rigged more than the Las Vegas event.

After the debate, Andrea Shea-King watched the replay so she could watch the General's question via Youtube and his "live" follow-up from his seat in the audience. However, she missed the question, thinking she had tuned in too late. Turns out CNN edited the segment out of the rebroadcast. These guys at CNN are quick.

Malkin's quick, too. So quick, she was, that I figured the NYT would have some coverage as well. More flawed thinking. Even as late as this morning on the west coast, I find nothing on their Politics page regarding the "plants" from last night's debate.

*My conclusion: The stakes in the next election are so big that the MSM just doesn't give a damn whether they get caught or not. They will get their message out at any cost.

*After reading it again, I didn't feel comfortable with this statement. Bernie Goldberg first concluded (Bill O'Reilly's show) that "the msm doesn't give a damn"--I just agree with him.


Tuesday, November 27, 2007


See you next Tuesday!!



Voice of Liberty Podcast is ready for your listening pleasure. Andrea points out the real threat to America.

Also, I read this article that says our health-care system is NOT burdened by illegal immigrants. That's right, NOT burdened. I read the article a few times. It's short, but read it for yourself and see if you notice the same thing I did.
Actually, 3 things caught my attention--one of the items stood out, though.


Sunday, November 25, 2007


Don't miss this interview with Kathleen Willey as she describes her experiences in the White House with Bill Clinton and Her Royal Pantsuit.

Show details at the Radio Patriot. Show starts at 9 PM ET.


Thursday, November 22, 2007


*Reposted from last year, note at bottom:

If you want to start a good conversation that almost always ends up in an argument, start talking about the Kennedy assassination. Everyone has an opinion. It's one of the most fascinating subjects in our history. All this week your tv schedule will be filled with assassination programming. However, it still won't be solved.

I'm not one of those conspiracy nuts. In fact, I don't think there was a second gunman in Dealey Plaza on November 22nd; I'm pretty sure there was a third and fourth one, though. But that's just my opinion.

Many of the players involved with the investigation are long since dead. Some say that's by design. But, two major players are still with us, still arguing, and not giving an inch with regards to their theory. Of the two, one is credible...the other is Arlen Specter.

This article explains how both men came to be involved in the investigation, and outlines their theories. One of them actually comes out and says who he thinks killed Kennedy. It's an interesting and historical read.

Where were you? That would be the most common question, and those of us who were old enough back then remember exactly where we were and what we did when we heard the news.

Leal School, Mrs Bennett's first grade class, Urbana, Illinois.

Around 12:45 cst, our teacher brought a tv into the class. She didn't say much, except that this was very important. She tuned the tv to Walter Cronkite. Not long after it began, Cronkite announced that the president was dead. School was cancelled for the rest of the day and I walked the one block to my house. I found my mom listening to the coverage on the radio and tv.

I didn't have a clue as to the importance of this event. It was obvious the adults did because their mood was somber, neighbors came by the house and talked about it. It reminded me of the mood during the missile crisis just one year prior.

My dad made me watch the entire funeral proceedings. For a little boy this was very boring and I made it known I wasn't happy about it. But he made me sit in front of the tv for the whole thing, telling me that this was history and I was going to watch it. He was right, it was history; I'm glad he made me sit there to witness it.

I'll post more about this in the next couple of days, but in the meantime, I'd love to hear about where you were on November 22nd, 1963 when you heard the news. If you weren't of this world yet, I'm sure you have an opinion about it. At least I hope you do.

The book about JFK's assassination that was banned in the United States.

**One day after posting the above, Andrea and Mark had Dr. Cyril Wecht on their radio program. The interview was outstanding and it was one of their best shows. My post for that program is here--lots of interesting information regarding that day in Dallas...the Dan Rather links are no good but the rest are still good if you care to browse around. CAUTION: The Zapruder film segment is a slow motion, close-up version and should not be viewed by children.


Wednesday, November 21, 2007


From NewsMax:

The USS Kitty Hawk and its support ships had been expected to arrive in Hong Kong on Wednesday morning for a five-day visit, but they were delayed due to problems with "administrative arrangements," the U.S. consulate said in a statement.

The Chi-Coms and the USS Kitty Hawk are having problems again. I know you don't pull into a foreign harbor with a floating city without first having all the paperwork in order, so I'll just conclude that the Chi-Coms are again f-ing with us. And what will we do about it? Probably nothing, since they own us.

UPDATE from Reuters
--no longer a delay; the group has been officially denied port entry.

New York Times

UPDATE II: China approves entry; Navy declines.



After the last democrat debate in Vegas, you would think Her Royal Pantsuit has little to worry about when it comes to the nomination. It's clear to even the casual observer that HRP has the MSM under control, or at least on her side. And if Obama continues his stumbling, bumbling ways in the debates, HRP won't need much help from anyone in the MSM. However, at the end of the day she still needs the voters.

The voters.

Now, in an election such as the one we're faced with, who's the most influential when it comes to "the voters"? If you think it's the MSM, you'd be wrong. The correct answer would be Oprah Winfrey. I'll agree that the MSM, overall, is the most influential entity within our society, but in the case of this election, Oprah comes out on top.

As I said up above, you would think HRP has little to worry about. Wrong. She has plenty to worry about, and her main concern is Oprah. Now that Oprah is hitting the campaign trail in support of Obama, the Clinton Machine must be working 24/7 trying to develop a strategy to offset the Oprah Factor.

The problem with Oprah, is that she controls two things that HRP needs to secure the nomination and a win in the general election: women and blacks. What's more, Oprah is able to reach these two groups more effectively than the MSM could ever dream of doing.

In my opinion, Oprah holds all the cards; she stands between HRP and the White House. We know HRP would give her right testicle to have the backing of Oprah, and we know the Clinton Machine is capable of anything when it comes to winning.

So, how do you think the Clinton Machine will deal with the Oprah Factor? Will they attack Oprah? Obama? Both? Or just attempt to win the support of women and blacks fair and square?

At any rate, this has to be one of the biggest challenges facing the Clintons, and we get to watch the whole thing unfold in the comfort of our living rooms. How fun.


Tuesday, November 20, 2007


See you next Tuesday!!


Monday, November 19, 2007


In this week's edition, Andrea is steamed about the treatment of Cambridge's Boy Scout Troop #45. She pulls no punches as she takes a shot at just about everyone, and that includes the President of the United States. Like I said, she's steamed--when it comes to not supporting our fighting men and women, she takes no prisoners. Andrea is up second, so take a few minutes, listen and learn.

**Note to John McJunkin: You do beautiful work. Proud to be a part of this podcast.

The Boy Scout Oath:


Sunday, November 18, 2007


Andrea interviews former White House correspondent, Jeff Gannon. He has much to say about his time covering the White House. However, I'm looking forward to his comments on last week's Hillary-thon held in Las Vegas. Gannon writes about it on his website.

***PROGRAMING NOTE: The Orlando Tragic will be playing tonight and WDBO covers the game, so Andrea's normal show time will be pre-empted slightly. Expect her show to begin around 9:30 PM ET. Just join us in the chat room early for a little pre-show back-and-forth.


Chat room link (upper right)--either register to save your screen name or sign-in as a Guest. Click the Sunday Night Show.

See you there.


Saturday, November 17, 2007

H/T to Kitty Litter and ASK.--Credit Sean Delonas, NYPost


Friday, November 16, 2007


It's an old piece, but inspirational stories like this one never get, well, old. Besides, it's a great way to end your week. And it makes you want to rent "Rudy" again. Hat tippage to Robert in GR.


Thursday, November 15, 2007


I've been preoccupied, to say the least, this week, so posting has been sparse. Health is doing great, though.

This week's edition of the VOICE OF LIBERTY PODCAST NETWORK is up. You can listen now or download for later. Andrea's piece deals with our Nation's financial situation, the $9 trillion situation, and she wonders what our Founding Fathers would think of this mess.

Later on, I will be posting about MOVE AMERICA FORWARD and their latest troop support plans. For now, though, I will direct you over to The Radio Patriot for the latest news and details. Another caravan is getting ready to pull out of California for the east coast.
Stew will be happy to know that Georgia is on the schedule of stops--Savannah. I explained to officials at MAF that you were very unhappy with their previous "avoidance" of Georgia, so they took care of the problem. They will be expecting you to attend and report on the rallies. Animals are welcome. You can check the timetable for the date.

The other day MAF held an event here in Sacramento to announce the upcoming caravan as well as doing other troop support functions. They filmed a commercial too. Well attended. All the TV stations gave it coverage, but I couldn't find a thing in the Bee. I guess the Bee was busy with other non-troop support issues. Andrea has the video news reports posted at the above link.

Take care...


Monday, November 12, 2007


If this video of Hillary isn't a sign from above, then I don't know what to tell you. All I know, is that if Her Royal Pantsuit gets into the White House in '08, our flag won't be the only thing falling--it'll be our entire Nation.

When watching the video, lean in real close to hear the wheels turning in their heads as they envision the obvious PR disaster. I swear I heard them.



This year, November 12 is the government's official observance of Veteran's Day. It's also the last day of Project Valour-IT and a great opportunity for you to help out some of our wounded Vets. Take a minute to do so.

Veterans Day, as with many of the government's official holidays, amounts to not much more than a day off for a bunch of folks who happen to work for the government. Blackfive reprinted one of Mike Royko's columns dealing with how Veterans Day should be celebrated and by whom. Being a Vet myself, I have to agree with Royko's plan.

Royko died 10 years ago
but, knowing Royko, he's out there somewhere today writing a column about the failed governor of the late, great state of Illinois. Thanks goes out to John Ruberry at Marathon Pundit for posting both parts one and two of this story.


Sunday, November 11, 2007


Republican presidential candidate, Tom Tancredo (R-CO), will be joining Andrea Shea-King tonight to discuss illegal immigration, specifically touching on "sanctuary cities". Andrea has invited all the candidates to join her for interviews--both republican and democrat--and so far Duncan Hunter and Tom Tancredo have answered the call. In fact, Hunter has been interviewed 3 times on Andrea's show. And it looks like John McCain might be the next to take questions from Andrea. We'll keep you posted.

For all the details about tonight's show, other guests and linkage, go to THE RADIO PATRIOT. Show time is 9 PM ET. See you there! NOTE: The usual chat room link is down, here's the direct linkage. AM 580 WDBO Orlando link is here.


The Pentagon is "red-faced" at what the Chi-Coms were able to pull off against the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk. The news is so shocking that it's being compared to the surprise launch of Sputnik by the Soviets back in 1957.


Friday, November 09, 2007


We're moving into the last days of Project Valour-IT, so click over to Mrs Greyhawk's post to see what you can do. And, I have to thank Stew for his help.


Thursday, November 08, 2007


When new immigration laws get enforced, people get a little frazzled.

Christi's posting the story at COMMON SENSE AMERICA. And there was protesting too!!

My opinion, we're going about this all wrong, but for now, this'll have to do.


Wednesday, November 07, 2007


Have you blogged about Project Valour-IT...donated a few bucks...joined a team, yet? I hope so, and our wounded service members are hoping so, too. They're depending on all of us. And, remember, none of our wounded asked for our help; the idea for this project came from someone who saw a need, developed the idea for voice-activated laptops...and the rest is history. After 3 years of fundraising, Project Valour-IT has provided over 600 of these adapted laptops, and we're not done yet.

So, join the crowd. Blog about it, join a team--Air Force, donate a few bucks, just spread the word. It's not much to ask. This fundraising competition ends on November 11. **Hugh Hewitt is helping out, too. And, look, there's Mr. Right. Might as well mention Marathon Pundit. OP-FOR. Thanks, guys!!

Who knows how far I'll go just to get you to mention Project Valour-IT?


Tuesday, November 06, 2007


The news is all good. Go here to help Team Air Force.



Since Mrs Greyhawk hit the klaxon and put more birds in the air, Team Air Force has moved forward, passed Team Navy and is now making a serious move on Team Marines for 2nd position. Team Army and Marines are tough...but, with your continued efforts we can give them a run for their money.

If you haven't joined Team Air Force yet, you can do so right here. And please continue to get the word out about PROJECT VALOUR-IT. We only have until November 11 to reach our goal--our wounded service members are counting on all of us.



Monday, November 05, 2007



It's an idea that was conceived not long ago in Reno, Nevada at the Conservative Leadership Conference. Andrea Shea-King flew from Florida to Reno to attend the conference. While there, she met the best and brightest from the conservative side of blogging. The conference drew the attention of many outside of blogging, too, including a few presidential candidates.

Just after the idea for VOL was formed, Andrea Shea-King was invited to be one of the podcast contributors. It was the smart thing to do, but I'm biased.

Podcasting is the wave of the future, according to VOL's host, John McJunkin. And I agree. At the opening of this podcast, McJunkin explains the idea behind VOL and what he hopes will be accomplished as we inch closer to the '08 presidential election.

Now, you'll find the content in this podcast to be excellent, but take note of McJunkin's production skills as well. This guy's good.

After the opening segment, McJunkin introduces Andrea Shea-King as she pays tribute to one of America's finest: General Paul W. Tibbets, Jr.

Sit back and enjoy.


Sunday, November 04, 2007


Mrs Greyhawk at Mudville Gazette and Beth at Fuzzylicious Thinking will be on THE ANDREA SHEA-KING SHOW tonight from Orlando. They will be discussing Project Valour-IT, a fundraiser held each year at this time for our wounded service members. $240,000 is the combined goal this time around--4 teams with a goal of $60,000. Each dollar raised goes directly to the purchase of voice-activated laptops for those service members who have suffered injuries to their hands and arms.

To date, Project Valour-IT, which is in its 3rd year of fundraising, has provided over 600 laptops to injured service members. 100% of the money donated goes directly to the purchase of these computers, and the donation is tax deductible. There is no better way to show your support of our military, so get on board, make a donation, tell your friends, family, strangers on the street, and blog about it as often as you can.

Of course, we encourage you to make your donation through Team Air Force. If you prefer another branch of service, you can join one of them here, and you can check the team totals while you're joining. BTW, Team Air Force is moving up in the competition.

Tune to tonight's show by clicking here and launching the player. To join us in the "live" chat room, click here. The show begins at 9 PM ET on AM 580 WDBO, Orlando, Florida--streaming "live" on the internet. For full details about tonight's show, go to Andrea's blog--The Radio Patriot.

Now, the Enlistment Center is open for you to join Team Air Force. What are you waiting for?


Thursday, November 01, 2007

BG PAUL W. TIBBETS, JR. 1915-2007

There are certain events in our Nation's history that must be remembered and passed on to younger generations. Col. Paul Tibbets' mission aboard the "Enola Gay" in August 1945 is one of them. When the anniversary came around each year, I would post something about it. My first post is here, and the links all seem to be good.

While reading his obituary this morning, I found that he had requested no funeral as well as no headstone. He feared his final services and resting place would attract protesters now and in the future. It's a shame. But sometimes men like Tibetts are called on with jobs so big, so controversial, that that's just the price of doing your duty, serving your Nation, no matter what. Tibbets did his duty. May he rest in peace.

NOTE: Here's something about Tibbets' grandson I bet some of you didn't know.

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