Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Breitbart TV brings you the "concerned" democrats.


(warning: political Greybeard is back)
I knew he'd be back. He's angry.


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Tuesday, February 23, 2010


During Tuesday night's Andrea Shea King Show, we had the honor of having Rick Moran in our chat room. As the producer of the show, I like to get things just right. Well, Tuesday I didn't.

Throughout the show, I always make it a point to plug blog sites belonging to folks in our chat room. I saw Rick Moran's name on the list and proceeded to plug his site. So I typed into the chat:

"Rick Moran's site RIGHT WING NEWS DOT COM"

Nice of me, huh? Well, yes, except that IS NOT his site. Ouch. Rick had to correct me:


I know his site but was in too big of a hurry and got tangled up on the RIGHT WING thing. My apologies to Rick for the mistake. Later, I made sure to put Rick's correct url in the chat, and Andrea made the point on air. Again, Rick, my apologies.

Now, besides publishing one of best blog sites on the web, Rick has a blog talk radio show as well: THE RICK MORAN SHOW. Check it out. Please.

Let me review: Rick Moran's blog site is WWW.RIGHTWINGNUTHOUSE.COM and his blog talk radio show is THE RICK MORAN SHOW.

Enjoy both of them. Please.


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Saturday, February 20, 2010


Radio Patriot's Andrea Shea King has the story and video. I damn near felt sorry for Blumenthal, but he had it coming and then some. Had this been a sanctioned fight in Vegas, it would have been stopped.


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Thursday, February 18, 2010


***UPDATE: Tea Party Express III ads are beginning to run on FNC and other outlets. The Nevada market is being specifically targeted for max effect on Harry Reid's re-election campaign. TPX organizers could use a little more help with DONATIONS so they can keep these ads up and running for as long as possible. PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TODAY--PASS THIS ON TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY. LINK BELOW.

Welcome to the Tea Party Express III: Just Vote Them Out! Tour

We are preparing to embark on the biggest Tea Party Express national tour to date. Starting March 27, 2010 with a Mega Rally in Searchlight, NV (hometown to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid) we will take this message across the nation all the way to the White House in Washington, D.C. on April 15th:

“You, the politicians in Washington, have failed We The People with your bailouts, out-of-control deficit spending, government takeovers of sectors of the economy, Cap & Trade, government-run health care, and higher taxes! If you thought we were just going to quietly go away, or that this tea party movement would be just a passing fad, you were sadly mistaken. We’re taking our country back!”

Join us from March 27th to April 15th, 2010 as we tell Congress and the White House: “Enough!”

at the Tea Party Express III site. History is being made--be part of it!!


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Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Just ran across a story about Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland. She's retiring? Another Dem hits the road? Is it Christmas or what? Anyway, the story indicates she'll be announcing in a few days. According to the post, it's for medical reasons. Shortly we'll be finding out if it's true or not, but for now it looks credible. Hat Tip to HILLBUZZ.

I can't keep up with all the politicians, both republicans and democrats, who are heading for the exits--here's a listing. Again, is it Christmas?

Also, in the comments from the post below this one, Greybeard mentions to not forget about the republicans. I didn't, I was just focused on Evan Bayh, a dem, and was quite shocked to hear the news. But your point is well taken--we need to focus on the republicans just as much as the communists. Get rid of them all. Right now, party means nothing to me. The constitution, our nation, is all we should be focused on, along with those who support it as well as those who clearly do not.

Yes, we are taking back America in 2010. Here's Lloyd Marcus:

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Monday, February 15, 2010


Americans are waking up, albeit slowly. But waking up nonetheless. Indiana's Evan Bayh has announced he will not be running for re-election this November.

Bayh adds his name to a growing list of dems who've seen the writing on the wall--TEA PARTY. Two words, easy to understand--TEA PARTY momentum is on the move, growing stronger by the day. The pace is even surprising to me. For progressives, it must be frightening.

Obama's party is coming unraveled, with huge political losses in New Jersey, Virginia and Massachusetts. Don't forget Obama's set-backs with the Chicago Olympics, global warming conference and the recent win by a tea party organizer in New York state, and do not forget Rep. Patrick Kennedy of RI. I'm sure I'm leaving something or someone out.... oh, yes, the future loss of Sen. Harry Reid's seat in Nevada. Might as well count that one now--he's burnt toast. The political grave is already being dug for this communist SOB.

Conservatives are on such a roll, driving so hard and so fast, that I'm fairly certain what's on the horizon: crisis. This is the only thing Obama and the DNC can use to stem the flow of political bloodletting. They DID NOT come this far to lose their fight against America, the takeover of America, to a bunch of patriotic, drooling idiots. Expect a crisis in some form or another.

Keep fighting the good fight, doing whatever you can. Keep advancing at all times. Think WOLVERINES, lest this happens to us.

***Read this NOW--from AJ Strata.


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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Always Bet on a Winner: NOISYROOM.NET

One of the stops I make every morning is NOISYROOM.NET. Especially TMH's Financial News Update.

Today, her top financial story IS VERY IMPORTANT. Many hard working folks are about to lose their jobs in Las Vegas. That's the bad news.

THE GOOD NEWS: It won't be long after the TEA PARTY EXPRESS III mega rally in Searchlight, Nevada, that Harry Reid will be losing his job too. Bet on it!

Please consider a generous donation to Tea Party Express III--our nation's future depends on it.

"...My Reid-Pelosi blues... will soon melt away..."--Lloyd Marcus.


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Saturday, February 06, 2010


Ronald Wilson Reagan was born on this day, February 6, 1911, at 111 South Main Street, Tampico, Illinois. His birth took place in a second floor flat above the Pitney General Store. Morton Grove's John Ruberry traveled there one day and blogged about the experience. Also, Andrea Shea King has a wonderful video tribute to our 40th president along with a note to Mrs. Reagan: To Nancy, With Love.

Reagan is 99 today. I say "is" because in my mind Reagan is alive and well, always will be too. In my writings and conversations, I often refer to him. There's much to be said about a man of his ability, his sheer strength of will, determination and passion for this the greatest of nations. Not for one moment did Reagan ever let us forget the greatness of our nation, especially during the worst of times. He reminded us on more than one occasion that no matter the challenge before us, we as a nation could and would overcome. And we did.

Although he wasn't one of our nation's founding fathers, he was, without argument, one of our nation's re-founders. Upon entering the White House, he was of an age (69) when most are retired, or considering retirement. Not Reagan. He met our problems--and there were plenty of them--head-on, rolled up his sleeves and began working toward solutions on that long list of what ailed our floundering nation.

Before Reagan became president, Jimmy Carter was our nation's progressive leader. I was in my early twenties, fresh out of the army, in college, and followed Reagan day-by-day. And with each day I got more and more excited with the possibility of him taking back the House at 1600. To be honest, during the late '70's I was nearly embarrassed to be an American. I should never say such a thing but it was true. If you didn't live through the Carter years, you can't possibly understand my feelings.

But our greatest dream came true in November 1980. And at 12 noon, January 20, 1981, the celebration began--it was as if WWII had ended all over again. By 12:30, the oath of office was complete. Reagan, at this point, had done nothing as president, but our spirits were lifted to heights not known for quite some time. Life was good. Very good.

Reagan had a remarkable two-term presidency, and many of the benefits crafted by his administration weren't realized until after he had left office. However, we all knew why and how those accomplishments came about. As with any presidency, his too had its problems. But he was upfront and honest about them, and the American public knew and understood this. After all, Reagan, like all of us, was human.


Ronald Wilson Reagan would never have become one of our greatest presidents without his teammate, the love of his life, Nancy Reagan. Whether it was in Sacramento or Washington DC, he didn't have a more ardent, supportive or protective person in his corner. Ronald Reagan was an outside-the-beltway kind of man. A politician, yes, but without Nancy at his side, he probably would've been just another actor and conservative speaker of the era. Not governor, not president.

Surrounding him, Ronald Reagan had some of the smartest, hardest working advisers. All tasked with crafting policies, speeches and events for him to attend. But not a one of them had half the sense Mrs Reagan had when it came to what was best for her man. Without a doubt, Nancy Reagan knew what was best for her husband--and she had no problem making it known. And don't think for a moment that those advisers weren't from time-to-time looking over their shoulders with an eye toward the First Lady as they put together some sort of policy or event for the president.

Mrs Reagan had more than one run-in with her husband's advisers, some are legendary. She usually came out on top too. Why? Because she knew what was best and she was determined to protect the man who lead our nation, the man she loved more than anything in life. The same man we loved and admired.

Our First Lady, Nancy Reagan, brought much to our White House. Just her name alone brings to mind words like class, style, beauty and loyalty. She brought all this to our House, and then some. She not only made our White House a thing of beauty, something to behold, to be proud of, to treasure, but she made our president look as grand as our president should look.

Just as President Reagan made us feel good about our nation, Nancy Reagan gave us a sense of comfort in knowing Ronald Reagan was well looked after. In his declining years, when he was no longer able to venture into the public's eye, Nancy Reagan made sure our re-founding president--one of history's greatest--was in the best of hands, being cared for every minute of the day, seeing that all his needs and comforts were met. As sad as I was about his illness, I took some comfort in knowing she was there for him. In a way, we were all there for him.

So, Mr. President, I salute you on your 99th birthday. I will always pray for you. I will always recall your words. And because of your words I will always have a keen sense of our nation's greatness and the possibilities it provides to us and the world.

And to Nancy Reagan, our Finest First Lady, I pray for you as well. I can't begin to thank you for all you've done, not just for our nation but for Ronald Wilson Reagan. I hope your days are filled with nothing but the goodness that life provides for us. God Bless You.

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Thursday, February 04, 2010


Before last night's Andrea Shea King Show, we had to find an expert to comment on Obama's latest slam on the entertainment capitol of the world--Las Vegas. And since the mayor of Vegas took Obama to the woodshed, we wanted someone who'd tell it like it is. Not a dime-a-dozen politician type who'd be ever so afraid of offending someone.

(TMH has video of the mayor.)

Wayne Allyn Root came to mind, and after a call to his booking agent, Wayne was on with us for a quick 15 minutes of real talk and real assessments of not only Las Vegas but of Obama himself. Root's a Vegas expert, and whether he's talking about Obama, Vegas or American business, Root tells it just as it is.

My favorite line from the interview, and there were some good ones: "The difference between Washington DC and Vegas, is that the drunks in Vegas gamble with their own money." True, so true. Listen to last night's show from our archive. You won't be sorry.

THE ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW--Feb 3, 2009, Guest: Wayne Allyn Root.

Wayne's latest book can be found at his website:

Wayne Allyn Root on Twitter.

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Tuesday, February 02, 2010


BIG GOVERNMENT weighs in on the James O'Keefe story with a "compare and contrast" piece by Andrea Shea King:

The O'Keefe Affair: Obviously a Media Malfunction

**After reading about the treatment of O'Keefe, I was somewhat reminded of another person from back in '63.

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Monday, February 01, 2010



Tonight, Michael Johns will join us to discuss the latest news about the Tea Party movement and where it's headed. More and more rumors are springing up about the Tea Party, Johns will address those as well. Andrea has the video of his recent interview with CBS' Katie Couric, where he did an impressive job, to say the least.

So, join us this evening for what will certainly be an informative look into the Tea Party movement. Who knows, maybe a little birth certificate discussion will ensue. 9PM ET--be there! Below, Michael Johns (r) on the set with Couric.

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