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Tonight on Blog Talk radio

I've been invited, along with our esteemed blog colleague Fausta, to be on The Rick Moran Show tonight on Blog Talk Radio. Rick's blog, Rightwing Nuthouse, is a must read.

We'll be discussing, of course, this week's events in Honduras. And, of course, how the world press is once again screwing the people of a democratic nation.

Call in number is (718) 664-9764, tonight 8 to 9 PM.

2 comments to Tonight on Blog Talk radio

  • paul vincent zecchino

    The mainstream press is never to be trusted. They long ago forfeited any claim on credibility what with Duranty's lies about the Ukraine mass executions via starvation, Matthews' lies about cagasstro as a 'peaceful agrarian reformer', and its present endless inveiglings against gun owners, the so-called 'gun culture' - whatever they heck that is - their endless attack on the family and relentless promotion of abortion, the press is never to be trusted.

    Isn't that why as the the formerly great daily papers and TV networks fade into bankruptcy, the internet and talk radio are enjoying great popularity, because the former are proven dissemblers in thrall to despots, while the latter respect their audience and tell them the truth?

    As for the one, as Michael Savage so well expressed it, 'what more does he have to do for you (the doubters) to see him for what he is? Does he have to put on a red beret'?

    If this week's shameless rotten support for a chavista thug in Honduras doesn't clearly demonstrate what's going on here, nothing else will.

    Paul Vincent Zecchino
    Manasoviet Key, Florida
    30 June, 2009

  • Larry Daley

    Well said Paul Vincent:

    And the NYT would not return Duranty's Pulitzer prize

    Now the Miami Herald had to go outside of its staff to get a rational piece on Honduras

    It takes a guest editorial for the Miami Herald to tell it like it is in Honduras. Apparently all their staff are radical lefties

    http://www.miamiherald.com/opinion/other-views/story/1120408.html