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Drudge Report Off Limits to Senate Employees

March 9th, 2010 2 comments

WASHINGTON: Senate Employees were warned yesterday to stay off the Drudge report:

The Senate’s Committee on Environment and Public Works issued an urgent email late Monday claiming the DRUDGE REPORT is ‘responsible for the many viruses popping up throughout the Senate.’

The committee ordered hill staff: ‘Try to avoid’ the DRUDGE REPORT ‘for now’.

On Monday DRUDGE served over 29 million pages with NOT ONE email complaint received about ‘pop ups’, or the site serving ‘viruses’.

The site was seen 149,967 times since March 1st from users at senate.gov and 244,347 times at house.gov. [10,825 visits from the White House, eop.gov]  Drudge

The only virus that Senate employees risk by visiting the site is the virus of freedom of speech. Obviously the Senate wants its staff to be as insulated as possible from the opinions of the American public in order to facilitate ramming the Socialist healthcare agenda down the throats of the American people. Open wide and say, “Ahhh.”

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Lee Rodgers Canned for Not Sugar Coating Islam

February 27th, 2010 2 comments

Babe HuggettBABE HUGGETT: On Thursday morning, February 18th, with one minute left of his popular San Francisco Bay Area early morning talk show on KSFO 560-AM, veteran radio host and dedicated conservative, Lee Rodgers, received his pink slip without warning for refusing to. “…say nice things about Muslims.”

Rodgers, a 25 year veteran of ABC Radio and a 15 year veteran at KSFO with his highly rated and profitable Lee Rodgers Show, was in the normal process of renegotiating his contract for renewal in July when he was fired last week. In a clear violation of his contract, Rodgers said that his leaving, “…was forced upon me, with no notice.”

Lee Rodgers Canned for Not Sugarcoating Islam

Talk Show Host Lee Rodgers

ABC Radio is owned by Citadel Corporation and is in bankruptcy. Its move to terminate one of its highest rated and profitable hosts in a major metropolitan market seems counter-productive but is not unusual under Citadel’s current management. Earlier in the month Chicago sister station, WLS-AM 890 fired in mid-week the abrasive but entertaining libertarian, Mancow Muller, and his co-host, Pat Cassidy, for, as Muller put it, “no rhyme or reason.”

In an email sent to his fans, Rodgers wrote, “The top management of Citadel, led by a CEO named Farid Suleiman–widely regarded as the most incompetent executive in broadcasting–decided that I was making too much money after 25 years with ABC and fifteen as morning host on KSFO, taking no note of the fact that I’ve generated large sums of money for the company.”

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SavetheInternet.com Wants to Do the Opposite

October 21st, 2009 3 comments

We never thought we would see such a brazen effort in the US to deceive ordinary folks in an effort to steal their rights and subject them to control. You come to expect that in dictatorships and totalitarian regimes, but not in the freest country on earth.

Communists are masters at naming their governmental grabs for power just the opposite of what they really want to accomplish. The Great Leap Forward did just the opposite, ending in widespread famine and economic ruin that resulted in tens of millions of deaths. The Cultural Revolution stripped traditional culture, values, and education from China, and brought chaos to the formerly great nation.

SavetheInternet.com is a bogus website dedicated to the destruction of the very freedom you enjoy on the Internet. Sponsored by FreePress.net, another example of opposite-day nomenclature, SavetheInternet.com has the goal of taking the Internet out of private hands and putting it into the government’s. Read more…