Posted by iusbvision on December 18, 2008
In this video MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough debates the panel about how biased the coverage has been. According to the Chicago Trib (who has been the ONLY media outlet to consistently report the ongoing corruption in the political machine) Obama played an important roll in Blagiojevich’s campaign in spite of the fact that he was awarding “minority only” contracts to white businesses that were close to him.
Imagine if Sarah Palin had played a role in the recently convicted Senator Ted Stevens campaign, imagine the field day the elite media and the Democrats would have. With Obama the silence is deafening [editor's note - Palin's anti-corruption busting is what helped to bring Stevens down yet the media gives her no credit]. Where are the teams of reporters going through every document in a desperate effort to find any sort of connection or slimy innuendo like they did to Palin in Alaska? They had to talk about Rahm Emanuel because he is on the tape and that was a gimmie, but where is the real digging like they did on Palin to the point of being ridiculous?
When you look at some of the the biggest scumbags and crooks in 2008 who do many of them have in common: Daley, Tony Rezco, Blagojevich, Reverend Wright, Farrakhan, Pfleger, Khalidi, Ayers, ACORN, bogus CRA lawsuits to get banks to issue more bad mortgages, Fannie Mae, Lehman Brothers etc. In the last four years Obama got more donations from Fannie Mae and Lehman Brothers did than anyone, and during that four years, Obama took so much money, that he recieved more in donations than every politician over 20 years except one (see links HERE and HERE).
Palin was tied in by the elite media to separatist independent parties and any radical they could find just because her role as Governor brought her in contact with such people. For Palin, everyone she had ever known was investigated, every allegation by a political enemy was presented as fact; heck, the New York Times even had a reporter track down a person who had been in a car accident with Palin for dirt (see links HERE and HERE and HERE).
In contrast – for Obama, he sat in the pew for 20 years and never heard the preacher speak, had fundraisers in Ayers home and was hired by Ayers to serve on two foundations handing out millions and yet, Ayers was just a guy in the neighborhood and the press was fine with that. So while a dozen satellite trucks were in front of Joe the Plumber’s house and his life was went over with a fine toothed comb because he dared to ask Obama a tough question, the only reporter to go to Ayers home was a producer from The O’Reilly Factor.
Get em Joe: Scarborough – Maybe they were all in Wasilla instead of Investigating Blago/Obama. Reporters haven’t even bothered to look to see what Obama did for Blagojevich.
Newsbusters comments HERE, Hotair comments HERE.
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Posted by iusbvision on December 18, 2008
Just two days ago we reported HERE how Indiana Planned Parenthood was helping to cover up crimes such as child abuse and child rape, and will offer to take children across state lines to get abortions where parental consent laws are not in force.
Now Planned Parenthood has been caught again and once again it is on video. Rep. Jackie Walorski issued a press release and posted the videos on her web site:
Last week I asked Attorney General Steve Carter to investigate Planned Parenthood of Indiana, based upon an undercover “sting” operation on video that had a supposed 13-yr. old Hoosier girl impregnated by a 31yr. old man. The employee of Planned Parenthood in a Bloomington Clinic, was caught on tape, advising the girl to cover up the statutory rape..a felony and advised her to go out of State to get an abortion because of Indiana’s parental consent law.
At midnight last night, another video tape was released, this time showing the same girl talking to two different Planned Parenthood employees, this time at an Indianapolis Clinic. The answers the girl received were virtually identical…cover up the crime, get an out of state abortion and circumvent Indiana’s laws and leave a sexual abuser lose to commit another crime.
Seeing these events occur at two different locations in Indiana and seeing 3 different employees react in virtually the same manner, showing a blatant disregard for all Indiana laws pertaining to protecting minors from sexual abuse, today, I called for the “defunding” of Planned Parenthood of Indiana.
Attorney General Steve Carter is investigating the Planned Parenthood allegations and I asked him to now widen that investigation and also look into the possibility of Medicaid fraud. Today, I also asked FSSA Secretary to immediately cease the distribution of all tax payer funds, including Medicaid Reimbursement dollars, to Indiana Planned Parenthood. As an agency contracted to do business in Indiana and receive Medicaid dollars, they should be held accountable for upholding all State laws that pertain to them.
This story has flown into the national spotlight because of the blatant disregard for Indiana’s law regarding the protection of minors. I believe, that irregardless of your view of the pro-life/pro-choice question, this is now a matter of public safety. We have to commit to protecting young women in this State.
You can check out these appalling videos on my website at www.jackiewalorski.com. It’s time to stand up and bring this type of contempt and blatant disregard for the law to an end.
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Posted by iusbvision on December 18, 2008
This is a subject that will also be featured in my upcoming book. One reason I do not sell my text books back to the bookstore after each semester is because most have many examples of bias that are much more obvious than what Schweikart has explained here. In one poli sci textbook almost every reference to “Bush” was very negative and references to democrats were almost always positive. In another poli sci textbook I have I took all the photo’s of republicans and lined them up next to photo’s of democrats, the nature of the pictures of republicans is very negative and with bad looks on their faces. When the two sets of pictures are made side by side it becomes obvious.
Just always remember, that a great many professors pat each other on the back and tell each other how smart they are, after a while they start to believe it and stop challenging their own assumptions. The result is textbooks that are filled with the author’s opinions presented as academic truth. High school textbooks are bad but college ones are far worse; even to the point of many history books not giving Ronald Reagan credit for bringing the cold war to an end. Many of these books present Gorbachev as the great peacemaker, as someone who was there I know that is nonsense. The Soviets came to the table because Reagan was breaking them financially, diplomatically, militarily and spiritually; many former Soviet generals and KGB said so in interviews after the USSR collapsed.
Some would ask, “but how can they release textbooks with non-academic stuff that isn’t true” – to them I say don’t be so naive. Many professors are so ideological that they will not use books that do not contain such bias. Here at IUSB one professor was using Jimmy Carter’s book on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict as a text for a class on the subject. Carter, whose bias against Israel and Jews is almost legendary, had to admit to several flaws in the book after it was published. I receive complaints from students about how biased against Israel some professors are. One professor I know, said that she could not be an anti-semite because she had Jewish friends, while at the same time parroting much of the same propaganda as those who want Jews dead.
I know it seems hard for a layman to believe, but just start spending some time on campus and it won’t take you long to see. There is a reason why the great writer William F. Buckley said that he would rather be governed by the first 2000 names in the phone-book than by the faculty of an ivy league university.
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