Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr., writes at CNSNews.com:
On his syndicated radio talk show Friday night, Mark Levin revealed that a Republican congressman has asked a major affiliate to remove his show from the airwaves in his district.
“It has come to my attention that there’s a Republican congressman out there who doesn’t like what I’ve been saying,” Levin said. “It’s come to my attention that there’s a Republican congressman out there, a fairly powerful one, who doesn’t like what I’ve been saying about him.
“And you know what this Republican congressman wants to do about it, Mr. Producer? He wants our major affiliate in his district where my program is heard to remove my show.
“You know what they call that Mr. Producer? They call that fascism.”
From The Right Scoop:
Mark Levin was furious tonight over the destruction of this country by Democrats like Obama, Pelosi, and Reid and gutless Republicans who are not only complicit, but even now are still afraid to speak out about it:
You should view these politicians with the deepest contempt you can possibly imagine.
What they are doing to this country, what they are doing to our finances -- there is not a criminal in any federal prison, state prison, city or county jail, with respect to financial crimes of any sort who collectively could have done the kind of damage that Barack Obama and Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi and YES, willing, timid, gutless Republicans have done to this country!
To your future, to your children and your grandchildren!
What they are doing is with malice and with forethought . . . .
Hat tip: Drudge
Posted on the blog of the Michael Berry radio show in Houston is this from Breitbart:
Just two days after President Obama’s re-election, General David Petraeus, the CIA Director, has resigned from the administration over an extramarital affair.
Petraeus was slated to testify before Congress next week on the murder of four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, in Benghazi.
New Benghazi Report: Denied Pleas for Help 3 Times
Watch: Obama Refuses Direct Answer After Local Reporter Corners Him on Benghazi Terror Attack
Our Ambassador Is Dead, But Obama's Political Guru Is Very Well Protected While Shopping
Benghazi, Libya: Biopsy From a Malignant, Failed Presidency
Listen to The Pearcey Report editor and publisher John Richard Pearcey on 101.5 WORD-FM Pittsburgh radio today at 4:15 pm, eastern standard time.
You can listen live here.
Listen to Nancy on KFUO's BookTalk radio program today at 2:30 pm, central standard time (she will also be appearing on the program tomorrow at the same time).
You can listen live here.
Performing artist Wendy Paschalidis listened to our own and Houston Baptist U's Nancy Pearcey on KKLA's Frank Pastore radio show yesterday, and here is the conclusion of her comments in a thoughtful blog post titled "I Serve Jesus. I'm a Dancer" (I encourage you to read the entire post):
For all you out there who think that writing, dancing, singing, creating video games, drawing, making films, exercising, etc. isn't ministry . . . think again.
Here is a podcast of yesterday's show.
Join Pearcey Report Editor at Large and recently appointed Prof. Nancy Peacey (Houston Baptist University) today on KKLA radio with talk show host Frank Pastore.
The Los Angeles area broadcast airs at 7 pm eastern time (6 pm central, 4 pm Pacific).
For background information, you may want to read "Dangerous Influences: The New Yorker, Michele Bachmann, and Me."
"If we listen up, liberals are telling us how they can be defeated," Ron Ross writes at American Spectator. El Rushbo might have a thing or two to say on the matter as well.
In "Rush to Judgment on 'Gay' Marriage," Alan Keyes writes:
As I heard it in a clip played recently on Steve Deace's show on WHO radio in Des Moines, Rush Limbaugh has now openly joined the moral shrug-meisters who dismiss the issue of gay marriage.
Like Glenn Beck, he casually denies the damage done when a society purports to redefine marriage (that is, the institutional foundation of family life) in a way that denies the relevance of God endowed natural right.
Mr. Limbaugh would, I'm sure, disclaim any desire to cast aside the principled basis of the U.S. Constitution.
But, as I have pointed out before, the family is the primordial paradigm for all property rights, which is to say, all human claims to physical belongings.
If the government is not obliged to respect the rights of the natural family, this implies that it has no obligation to respect any property rights whatsoever.
Rush Limbaugh may think that the reasoning that connects the issue of gay marriage with the destruction of property rights is somehow faulty, incorrect or irrelevant.
If so, I would welcome a chance to discuss the subject with him in a public forum that would allow others as well as myself to benefit from his instruction.
If it is superior understanding that leads him to be so casual about an issue that seems to affect the very foundation of our liberty and civilization, it would be deeply ungenerous of him to refuse to share it with the rest of us.
If, on the other hand, he does so through ignorance, or a lack of careful thought, then at this critical and decisive juncture in our nation's history, a special responsibility falls to someone to whom God has loaned the important public platform he daily occupies.
For the sake of the nation, I hope that Mr. Limbaugh will carefully ponder the nature of this responsibility.
To catch Nancy on-air tomorrow to discuss her new book Saving Leonardo, please see the broadcast details for Thursday, September 16, below:
Joy Cardin Show, Wisconsin Public Radio
Time: 9:00 am eastern
Date: Thurs., September 16
Call the Show: 1-800-642-1234
To Listen Online, click here and then click on any link under the "WPR's Ideas Network" that best fits your bandwidth and preferences
Update: If the above online link to listen does not work, this is.
Radio talk show host and Fox News contributor Dennis Miller's interview with Nancy Pearcey on Saving Leonardo is set to begin today at 11:06 am, eastern.
Here is Miller's website.
Yessiree, ladies and gentlemen, at "Dennis's Oprah's Book Club" both Total Truth and Amazon "mover and shaker" Saving Leonardo are featured at the top of the heap. Part of the runup to Nancy's interview with the Miller Man tomorrow morning (stay tune for further details).
And what does that make Sir Dennis? Clearly, a Patriot. Make that a double Patriot. Now go tell O'Reilly.
If you too want to be a Patriot, please contact Katie Morgan of the Pinkston Group to inquire about scheduling radio or TV interviews with Nancy Pearcey (Katie's phone: 703-260-1915; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Radio talk show host and Fox News contributor Dennis Miller (with a regular O'Reilly "Miller Time" gig) is set to interview best-selling author Nancy Pearcey of Saving Leonardo tomorrow morning, Friday, September 10, during the 11 o'clock hour, eastern time. Details to follow.
If you would like to book Nancy Pearcey for a radio or TV interview, please contact Katie Morgan of the Pinkston Group (phone: 703-260-1915; email: email@example.com).
Listen online here.
Time: 3:00-4:00 pm eastern
Date: Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010
Call the Show: 1-800-343-9282
For more information about Saving Leonardo, please see this press release.
"Col. Van T. Barfoot, a local Medal of Honor winner, is under the gun from his Henrico County community's homeowner association," reports the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
"In a five-paragraph letter to Barfoot that he received yesterday, Barfoot is being ordered to remove a flagpole from his yard. The decorated veteran of three wars, now 90 years old, raises the American flag every morning on the pole, then lowers and folds the flag at dusk each day in a three-corner military fashion," reports Bill McKelway of the Times-Dispatch.
"In a priority mail letter, the Coates & Davenport law firm in Richmond is ordering Barfoot to remove the pole by 5 p.m. Friday or face 'legal action being brought to enforce the Covenants and Restrictions against you.' The letter states that Barfoot will be subject to paying all legal fees and costs in any successful legal proceeding pursued by the homeowner association's board."
Radio talk show host Mark Levin said on today's program that he is not going to stand by while a Medal of Honor winner is being attacked by these "legal vultures." Levin said on air that the show tried to contact the law firm but was unable to reach anyone. Col. Barfoot lives in the "Sussex Square community in far western Henrico," according to the Times-Dispatch.
Hat tip: Mark Levin radio show
Here is Mark Levin, from Thursday's show:
Our country is under attack from the court rooms to the editorial pages of this country, and we are supposed to be upset about what Congressman Joe Wilson shouted? Especially when he said the truth?
Here are recap and show notes for September 10.