Ex-Donkey has a transcript of John Hawkins at Right Wing News interview of Tammy Bruce. If you're not familiar with best-selling author and radio personality Tammy Bruce, you should be. A self-decribed "pro-choice lesbian feminist", she currently has a book out called "The New American Revolution".
She also happens to be someone I admire. Tammy was formerly the head of NOW (yes the feminazi NOW) in Los Angeles, she has her own radio show in LA which I listen to whenever I can and she guests hosts for lots of folks in the LA market. Like me she still considers herself a liberal but sees the voice behind the Democratic party today as fascists.
The whole thing is definitely worth a read. Tammy's blog can be found here.
Last night NBC's E-Ring jumped the shark with *Gasp* "American Christian Terrorists" who burst into a mosque kill a couple FBI agents and threaten to kill all the innocent muslims. Honestly it looked like they took the raid on the school in Beslan by Islamofascist terrorists and changed it to american terrorists in Detroit. This show was decent up this point mostly showing the US as the good guys, and showing the valour and sacrifice of good men and women who allow an blissfully ignorant populace to sleep safely at night.
All too typical of Network TV as Bryan Preston illustrates on Michelle Malkins Site.
Bryan says: Yesterday I linked to a post about NBC's frighteningly popular Law N Order and its smearing of the Minutemen. Debbie Schlussel watched the show so you didn't have to, and says that the network spread the defaming all around the right:
Howard Stern fans will know Debbie from her many appearances on the show. (Yes I am / was a Howard Stern fan) till he got all whacky on the war. I was actually listening to his show the morning of 9/11 when he said within about 5 minutes of the 2nd plane hitting the WTC. This is Saddam Hussein and Osam Bin Laden.
More on the whacky fantasy world of modern day TV producers at Plains Feeder, The Citizen Journal, UrbanGrounds, and California Conservative.
Bill Bennet wrote an article responding to these comments by Jay Rockefeller on Sunday with Chris Wallace:
Wallace: Now, The President Never said that Saddam Hussein was an imminent
threat. you saw, you did say that. If anyone hyped the intelligence, isn't it Jay
SEN. ROCKEFELLER: No. The — I mean, this question is asked a thousand
times and I'll be happy to answer it a thousand times. I took a trip by myself
in January of 2002 to Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Syria, and I told each of the
heads of state that it was my view that George Bush had already made up his mind
to go to war against Iraq — that that was a predetermined set course which had
taken shape shortly after 9/11.
Powerline has also picked up the story. This is prolly bad news for Mr. Rockefellar. These boys know their stuff and are not going to let go any time soon.
Check out this story Powerline has up: Frontpage has posted a fascinating interview of former UNSCOM inspector Bill Tierney: "Where the WMDs went." read the whole thing.
and related news it looks like "The Push Back" has been rolled out in a big way with the VP throwing hammers at the Dems, and editorials flying off the keyboards faster than you can say "where are those damn WMDs" three times real fast. Like this one in the American Spectator, or this one from Realclear Politics.