Via the Freedom of Information Act, Judicial Watch has received documentation that shows the Obama and Biden families have spent more than $40 million taxpayer dollars on vacations since 2009. To add insult to injury, the $40 million figure really only accounts for Air Force One operating costs, for the money spent on accommodations, communications, and security is rarely made public. On radio this morning, Glenn could not make sense of the hypocrisy. WATCH
Has Harry Reid officially lost it?
Because he apparently has nothing better to do with his time, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said on Wednesday that he believes the NFL should follow the lead of the NBA in fighting racism by forcing the Washington Redskins to change its name. On radio this morning, Glenn played Sen. Reid’s remarks from the Senate floor and could not…
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From the damning emails released by Judicial Watch directly linking the White House to the Benghazi cover up to the details released in Wednesday’s explosive final of For The Record, there is a tremendous amount of truly troubling information being gleaned about the U.S. government and media. On radio this morning, Glenn delivered an excoriating critique in which he questioned the motives of the White House and the all too complicit media. WATCH
In what amounts to a declaration of war on the Roberts Supreme Court, Senate Democrats said Wednesday that they will force a vote this year on a constitutional amendment to overturn several landmark First Amendment campaign finance rulings and give Congress explicit powers to set donation and spending limits for all federal campaigns.
He said he had the blessing of fellow Democratic leaders to bring the amendment to the floor for a vote “rather soon.” They acknowledged that they have little hope of succeeding but said the vote was a way to send a…
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Sharon Otterman of the New York Times asked me for comment on this story, as she did for one recently on the 9/11 Museum — and this time she actually quoted me in the story. She severely disfigures her piece here, however, in characteristic New York Times fashion, by dismissing opponents of the Ground Zero Mosque as “right-wing, anti-Muslim organizations,” and by describing me as someone who “runs an anti-Muslim blog, Jihad Watch.” Describing me and my work as “anti-Muslim,” as common as it may be, is a vicious slur: I am no more anti-Muslim than foes of the Nazis were anti-German. The idea that working to defend the freedom of speech and equality of rights for all people (including Muslims) is “anti-Muslim” says more about what Sharon Otterman thinks being Muslim consists of than it does about me.
Anyway, just for the record, here is my actual…
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