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Posted by on Jul 30, 2014 in Art & Culture, Books | 0 comments

Book Review: “Assault and Flattery”

Book Review: “Assault and Flattery”

In the modern era, the Democrat Party and the American Left have claimed to be the champions of “women’s rights.” We are told that the Republican Party and the American Right are misogynists who are actively engaged in a “war on women.” We are constantly hearing the Left engaging in histrionics to convince women that Republicans hate women. But as a new book explains, the real war on women is being waged by the American Left. Katie Pavlich, news editor at Townhall Magazine and contributor at FOX News, has authored Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women, which blows the lid off the Left’s fraudulent narrative. Pavlich has done the yeoman’s work here, taking a two-by-four to the Left’s incredible sham of posing as advocates for the fairer sex while they sanctimoniously defend rapists, lechers, and in one case, a woman’s death. Pavlich takes apart the Left’s claims about being the protectors of women one by one. She goes through the history of how...

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Posted by on Jul 26, 2014 in Conservative LA Radio, For Tribbles, Radio | 0 comments

CLA Radio 07/25/14: Blues

CLA Radio 07/25/14: Blues

The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday night, 07/25/14, 7:00 Pacific/10:00 Eastern) will be all about the Blues. Hope you can stop by, listen to the show, and join us in chat! Spoiler set list: B.B. King: Every Day I Have the Blues Mamie Smith: Crazy Blues Mississippi John Hurt: I’m Satisfied R.L. Burnside: Goin’ Down South Robert Johnson: Preachin’ Blues (Up Jumped the Devil) Howlin’ Wolf: Smokestack Lightnin’ Seasick Steve: Down on the Farm Peetie Wheatstraw: Drinking Man Blues Taj Mahal: Lovin’ in My Baby’s Eyes Allman Brothers: Stormy Monday Jimmy Reed: Honest I Do Big Joe Williams: Don’t You Leave Me Here Blind Willie Johnson: It’s Nobody’s Fault But Mine Skip James: How Long Blues Bessie Smith: I Ain’t Gonna Play No Second Fiddle Big Joe Turner: Ooo-Ouch-Stop Victoria Spivey: Black Snake Swing Lowell Fulson: Reconsider Baby David Lindley & El Rayo X: Mercury Blues Elizabeth Cotten: Shake Sugaree Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A-Comin’ Little Walter: Blues With a Feeling Muddy Waters: Mannish Boy Muddy Waters: I...

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Posted by on Jul 25, 2014 in Politics | 0 comments

Herman Cain on the post-civil rights struggle

Herman Cain on the post-civil rights struggle

CBS News asked noted figures in the arts, business and politics about their experience in today’s civil rights movement, or about figures who inspired them in their activism. Herman Cain, businessman, former Republican presidential candidate   Is there something that you’d like to share about your personal connection to civil rights issues? It took more than 200 years for this nation to add a punctuation to the civil rights inherent in the Declaration of Independence that “all men are created equal.” This would normally imply all rights, all access, and all opportunities, but for too long, too many men did not embrace the full meaning of that ideal. Throughout the history of this country many people looked for loopholes in the ideal and the laws according to the Constitution, because their hearts were not ready to do what their minds knew was right. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 closed all remaining loopholes, and opportunities for all were undeniable. The CRA did not change hearts. This did not mean...

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Posted by on Jul 20, 2014 in Hugh Hewitt Show, Politics, Radio | 0 comments

Mr. Hewitt Is All Wet on the Border Crisis

Mr. Hewitt Is All Wet on the Border Crisis

Yesterday, nationally-syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt wrote a piece “Make the Border Kids Americans,” for Politico.   Hewitt outlined a solution to the massive Obama-manufactured humanitarian crisis at what used to be our southern border. The title “Make the Border Kids Americans” in and of itself should be cringe-inducing. Yes, folks, it’s exactly what you feared: amnesty. From paragraph three: Right now the country ought to act to end the humanitarian crisis of tens of thousands of what are, in effect, orphans and strangers in our land. The very young among them should find “forever families” right here, right now. They should become Americans. In short, you win, Mr. President. You flooded the border with all of these children in order to get the GOP to surrender to your lawlessness, make them all citizens, and then here comes chain migration to bring all of their families (and anyone else who wants to claim to be related to them) to become citizens, too. This would be nothing short of acquiescing to a...

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Posted by on Jul 18, 2014 in Conservative LA Radio, For Tribbles, Radio | 0 comments

CLA Radio 07/18/14: Shuffle

CLA Radio 07/18/14: Shuffle

The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday night, 07/18/14, 7:00 Pacific/10:00 Eastern) will consist of a random perusal of one of my MP3 directories. These are songs I used to play on my virtual radio show on Twitter (that predated CLAR). Hope you can stop by, listen to the show, and join us in chat! Spoiler set list: Warren Zevon: Life’ll Kill Ya (Life’ll Kill Ya) Bessie Smith: Gimme a Pig Foot Emmylou Harris: Sweet Dreams (Elite Hotel) Emmylou Harris: Wrecking Ball (Wrecking Ball) Alison Kraus & Union Station: This Sad Song (Lonely Runs Both Ways) Louis Armstrong: I Got a Right to Sing the Blues (The Early Years) Alison Krauss & Union Station: Simple Love (A Hundred Miles or More) Alison Krauss & Union Station: A Living Prayer (Lonely Runs Both Ways) Paul Westerberg: A Few Minutes of Silence (14 Songs) Lowell George: Find a River (Thanks I’ll Eat It Here) Alison Krauss & Union Station: My Opening Farewell (Paper Airplane) Linda Ronstadt: In My Reply Louis Armstrong: When...

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