Collusion: How The Media Stole The 2012 Election – A Book Review

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Purchase at Amazon.com or visit Harper Collins Publishers to get your copy today…

Brent Bozell from the Media Research Center has outdone himself this time with the intrepid research and assistance of Tim Graham. Collusion: How The Media Stole The 2012 Election And How To Stop Them From Doing It In 2016 is history and a battle plan all rolled into one glorious manuscript.

With the nightmarish move this summer, I needed a book that would give me hope and enlighten me and this book does not disappoint. You need to get this book — it will open your eyes to what happened in the last election and gird your loins for the next. In the words of Rush Limbaugh, this book is ‘essential.’

The documentation is first rate and they tell the story that the liberals don’t want you to ever hear. Backed by painstaking references and research, they lay out what happened with bullet proof facts and precision. In fact, the Media Research Center has been doing that for over 15 years. The MRC has been one of my daily haunts for years – they provide real news, not Marxist propaganda.

This book details just how dishonest the media is, how manipulative and how corrupt they have become. The media stole the 2012 election with a lot of help from progressives on both sides of the aisle. We must not fall for that in 2016, if we make it that far (and I have my doubts). You want to know how the media operates? How bad they really are? Bozell and Graham pull no punches, so dive in. There’s plenty of read meat to tide you over.

From Ed Driscoll at PJMedia comes one example:

As Brent Bozell told me during our interview, everything boiled to a head in the fall of 2012 and the fallout over Benghazi:

Just think about how [the MSM] pursued foreign policy issues with, say, President George Bush. Remember WNDs and Iraq. They wouldn’t leave that one alone until they got what they thought was the to the bottom of it. Benghazi? They never even started investigating it.

And what do we know? We know also that Candy Crowley, who was the debate moderator in the third presidential debate, took away the shining moment from Mitt Romney when Barack Obama made the outlandish statement that he had, in fact, called it terrorism, denounced it as terrorism the first night, when in fact, he hadn’t. And Mitt Romney looked at Obama in this look of disbelief, like I can’t believe you just gave me the presidency, and she jumped in to defend the President and jumped in to back him up.

And he pulled back to her and he said to her, now say that again. And she repeated her defense of Barack Obama. This isn’t — this isn’t journalism. This isn’t reporting. They pick sides.

So be proactive for the coming battle. Get this book. Read it and live it. And if you really want to piss off a liberal, make him read it too. He might just change his point of view.

Buy Collusion: How The Media Stole The 2012 Election And How To Stop Them From Doing It In 2016 today — in fact, get two.


Where’s The Outrage? Where’s The Parents?

By: Gerald Loeffers

Hello everyone, how are you doing? I will be talking about the batch of hate filled/gangbanger related black on white murders the past couple of weeks and how the media and the race pimps are now silent and not saying much. This is because it doesn’t fit their race baiting dialogue or serve their political agenda of phony victim-hood.


Just next door to my town of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho is this tolerant city with its share of crime, gangs and corrupt law enforcement problems. Just a few days ago, a World War II vet, who was 88 years-old, was brutality beaten with flash lights and left to die. He died at the hospital. This man served with honor in Okinawa and other theaters of war. The guy was known as “Shorty” and was a member of the local F.O.E. club. He was going over to shoot pool and grab a beer. He was waiting for a friend when he was ambushed by a pair of young black males, who beat him to death and then left.

One man is in custody and one is still at large and on the run. They were caught on camera.


The kid from Australia was a baseball player for the college there in Oklahoma. He was just outside jogging when it seems three young guys — two black, one white — shot this kid outright in cold blood. At first, most thought it was a thrill kill because one of them stated they shot him because they were “bored.” Now, we find out that more than likely, this was a gang related crime and the youngest of the punks was twittering a racist rant about white people and showing off illegally owned guns. There was also a hit list produced as part of the gangbanger’s right of passage and he loved his gang signs. What I find not funny, is the father of the trigger puller said that his son didn’t know what he was doing and the kid sister blamed the community for not doing something with him. What? Midnight basketball would not have stopped this. Maybe some old fashioned PARENTING would have been the thing. This kid’s own mother is in prison and not available to him. I don’t know about you, but a family with a mother and a father is they only way to go. More parents and less XBox.


An employee of the DHS was recently found to have made a YouTube video calling on all people of color to prep for a race war and to kill as many white people as possible. Another employee seems to have been worried about this guy going postal and yet the DHS supervisors are doing nothing.


in an apparent rush to stem the flow of hate and intolerance, the Rev. Al Sharpton went on TV today to denounce the black on white murder………skreeech! Sorry guys… that was a fantasy wormhole world that almost was. Nope. Not a word from the usual race pimps on this, but Al did say that this doesn’t fit a racial crime template whatsoever and the system worked. What? And of course, the anti-gun crowed was on its high horse of hypocrites. Boy, when a white guy used self defense against a known thug, they were all over that like bees on honey. Now, silence and not threats of protest or any words to condemn theses acts.

So, I ask you… what happened in both cases? Well, parenting for one thing can’t control what you’re not there for. Second, evil has many faces and comes in all different packages. Hate and racism seem to be the connection for both murders and we might be seeing a revenge factor with the Zimmerman case. I hope not because that will get more people killed and more kids lost. And to the leaders of the community, please pay attention to the kids. Pay a visit to the homes and families and see how they are doing and if they have problems with school or other kids. Pastors, pay attention to your flock no matter what religion you are. It’s your responsibility to see how the families are doing. To parents (blood or foster), please less XBox and more parenting. If you’re a single parent, you have to work harder. I can’t explain it any better than that.


No End

Arlene from Israel

Or so it seems, with the obscenities in Syria growing ever greater. Reports — as yet not fully confirmed — have surfaced that Assad used gas against people — sleeping people including children — in the rebel-held area of Ghouta, killing over 1,000. This is the most horrendous charge against him yet. Previously reports were of perhaps 40 killed in any given attack.

And the world? The world, disinclined to be involved, will do nothing.

The US is concerned that the only way at this point to successfully secure Assad’s chemical weapons would be via a full scale invasion, something that is not going to happen — not the least of which because the Pentagon has estimated this would cost about $1 billion per month. Air attacks have been ruled out because of the danger of spreading toxins in the air.

As an analyst put it in the JPost, “Assad may have determined that the toxicity of his war is too much for the Americans to handle.”



What the White House has done is to call for a UN probe of the incident. But the UN, while expressing “concern” and calling for the need for “clarification,” is not likely to set in place a full official probe — in good part because China and Russia stand in the way. There are UN agents in Syria for other reasons.

According to Minister of International, Intelligence and Strategic Affairs Yuval Steinitz (Likud), speaking on Israel Radio yesterday, Israeli intelligence does believe there was a gas attack on Wednesday, although he did not indicate anything confirming what the rebels are claiming in terms of numbers.

Steinitz was highly critical of what he called the “lip service” of the international community” which “has failed to take any significant action to stop Assad from butchering his people. The U.N. is still busy investigating things that happened six months or a year ago, instead of investigating what happened yesterday. Moreover, investigating whether chemical weapons were used without looking into who used them is ridiculous.”


A day earlier Minister of Defense Moshe Ya’alon had commented on the situation in Syria in the course of a meeting with his counterpart, Chuck Hagel.

Without confirming what happened on Wednesday, Ya’alon said that Assad has used gas several time, an indication of his desperation: he has lost control of 60% of his country.
Describing the war as a regional life and death struggle between Allawites and Sunnis, the defense minister said there was no end in sight. Even if Assad were to be taken out, retribution by rebels would continue for some time thereafter.

What he predicts, and he is hardly the only one, is an ultimate breakdown of Syria into three ethnic enclaves: “the Kurds in the northeast of the country, who have links to Iraqi Kurds, Allawites in the coastal region linked to Damascus via a corridor, and Sunnis in the north.



I emphasize here once again the significance of the regional nature of the struggle in Syria, as elsewhere. Sunnis from outside of Syria join those within, Kurds in Syria connect with those outside, Lebanon has been drawn in via Hezbollah. The old Middle East is falling apart.

Consider this: Israel is standing with the Gulf states, and most notably Saudi Arabia, in supporting the military in Egypt, while the US is, in effect, standing with Turkey, Qatar and Iran, which are on the side of the Brotherhood.

And this: there have been rallies by Israeli Arabs in support of the Brotherhood in Egypt. A hint as to what we’re coping with in regard to an increasingly radical population inside our borders.


I will note here that there are experts expressing doubts as to whether a gas such as sarin really was used on Wednesday. They are pointing out anomalies in the pictures being released — such as the fact that those handling the dead are not wearing any protective gear. There are alternatives to the use of gas that might have caused multiple deaths, such as riot control agents used in a small space in high concentration, which can cause suffocation.



In any event, as Assad’s use of gas has been confirmed multiple times, Obama is being criticized here in Israel and elsewhere for the disparity between his “red line” threats and his lack of decisive action. The US is perceived increasingly as a paper tiger without genuine deterrence power.

And of course the connection is made with Obama’s words regarding Iran as a nuclear power, and the expectation that ultimately he will do nothing. Netanyahu says Iran is watching.


In terms of what is going on in the region, with its multiple complications:

The Israel Project on Terrorism has put out an article about attempts to sneak weapons out of Syria in order to bring them to Judea and Samaria for use by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC), which has ties to Syrian intelligence.

What does this make? Reason 3,002, perhaps, for Israel to not surrender any land to the PA for a state. Anyone who imagines that a Palestinian state would be either truly demilitarized or peaceful is deluded.



That’s to our east, but consider what’s going on to our southwest, in Gaza (emphasis added):

“Contrary to what the Shin Bet and Military Intelligence had expected, after the disengagement [Israeli pullout from Gaza] Gaza began exporting terror to Sinai rather than the other way around. ‘We thought Sinai was the source of all evil for Gaza, but it turned out that things were exactly the opposite,’ a senior intelligence official said. ‘The Egyptians understood the situation much faster than we did.’
“Experienced Palestinian terrorists from Gaza have gone to Sinai and hooked up with Bedouin groups there, bringing a great deal of knowhow with them, he explained.

“Moreover, over the last two years, Gaza has become a base for Salafis from all over the Arab world seeking military training. The senior official said that most of the training camps are run by Mumtaz Dughmush, the head of Jaish al-Islam. The group gets money from individuals and organizations abroad that support global jihad, and its courses last several weeks. Its trainees then go on to Sinai, Syria, Yemen and elsewhere.”


What happens when we pull out. And the reason why the military in Turkey has bombed the tunnels between Gaza and the Sinai.


Four Katyusha rockets were fired from Lebanon late yesterday. Two landed in northern Israel, but there were no casualties. No one has claimed credit, but according to IDF intelligence it was not Hezbollah but rather a Sunni jihadist group that is responsible. This is being seen as an attempt to lure Israel into the war, and, presumably for this reason, Israel has not returned fire.


With all of the truly serious and dangerous problems with which Israel must cope, we have to be saddled right now with a ridiculous “peace process” as well???

Of course, our behavior is the most serious and dangerous of all: We are building houses! I know how bad this is, because that beacon of peace and truth, Hanan Ashrawi of the PLO says so. Right?

I recently came across a description of her that I found really neat:

“Hanan Ashrawi is to truth as cigarettes are to health.” I’ll second that.


As to the negotiations, I share what the PA is saying (since no one else is talking, per the request from Kerry).

It is the aforementioned Ashrawi who claims, strangely, that Israel has asked the US participants to leave the room during negotiations “to exploit their power over the Palestinians,” without the Americans witnessing this. A very strange claim indeed, as Indyk, who represents the US in the talks, is not on Israel’s side.


Said Ashrawi, “These are not two-way negotiations.” Ah, but only two-way negotiations can succeed. A third party cannot coerced “peace.”


Then there is Abbas, who told a delegation from the Meretz party visiting Ramallah that there has been absolutely no progress in the peace talks.



I allude above to the ineffectiveness of the UN. But it’s not just ineffectiveness, it’s endemic bias. See here an article about UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon, backtracking on an earlier statement and now claiming that Israel suffers no bias in the UN:



My apologies: a recalcitrant computer has delayed this posting and required me to make it shorter than I would have preferred. Now, Shabbat preparations call…


Washington Post Attacked as Terrorist Mouthpiece

By: Cliff Kincaid
Accuracy in Media

Washington Post staffers cowered in the main lobby of their Washington, D.C. headquarters on Thursday as hundreds of Egyptian-American protesters chanted outside, in response to a protest leader with a bullhorn, that “The Washington Post is lying” and “The Washington Post [is] Supporting Terrorists.”

“A large group of Egyptian protesters rallied in front of The Washington Post offices on Thursday afternoon, registering their support for military leader Gen. Abdel Fatah el-Sissi and their opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood,” reported the Post. In fact, these were Egyptian-Americans, and the reason they were at the Post could be ascertained in their chants. They did support el-Sissi but also were disgusted by the paper’s failure to accurately cover events in Egypt, and to fix the blame for the attacks on Christian churches on the Muslim Brotherhood.

I covered and captured the protests in videos here and here. The Post reported that its main lobby “was shut down and no one was allowed in or out during the approximately half-hour that the protesters peacefully chanted and waved signs.” There was no need for this overreaction, as the demonstrators were indeed peaceful.

The Post couldn’t help reporting on a protest outside its own headquarters. But I also captured the demonstration, which moved from the White House to the offices of the paper. These were families, some with children. Many of the signs were directed in protest of President Obama’s support of Muslim Brotherhood terrorism. One said, “Obama STOP Supporting Murders of Muslim Brotherhood.” Another proclaimed, “We all call on our U.S. Government to stop supporting the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists.”

Several signs referred to al Qaeda as the military wing of the Muslim Brotherhood. One noted that al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Another sign had Al Jazeera’s logo with a black mark through it. The Muslim Brotherhood TV channel is under investigation in Egypt and may be permanently banned, while being welcomed here in the United States under the name “Al Jazeera America.”

The reason for protesting the Post was apparent based on the front page of the paper on Wednesday, August 21, where Abigail Hauslohner, the Post bureau chief in Cairo, wrote a story which obscured the facts about those responsible for anti-Christian terrorism.

Hauslohner featured a quotation from an anonymous “high-ranking Western official who was not authorized to speak on the record” as saying, “We have seen zero indication that the Muslim Brotherhood as an organization is organizing these attacks.” The official claimed “the blame more likely rested with Islamist vigilantes rather than Brotherhood members acting on orders.”

But further down in the same article she reported that the “evidence of anti-Christian attacks” included a Jesuit school in the provincial capital, also called Minya, where vandals had scrawled “Egypt is Islamic” on the gate. She also admitted that the Mar Mina church, “near a Brotherhood rallying point,” had been emblazoned with the word “Islamic.’’

The Post reporter also acknowledged that “Some witnesses said attackers had chanted against military rule, and one man said the group he saw attack a church had worn green headbands marked by the Muslim Brotherhood’s crossed-swords insignia.”

Still, the Post featured the anonymous quotation to get the Muslim Brotherhood off the hook for the anti-Christian violence.

According to the group Coptic Solidarity, there is no question about the perpetrators of the violence. “Since August 14, 2013, the militias of the Muslim Brotherhood and their Jihadist allies waged unsolicited attacks killing over 90 police officers and security personnel and hundreds of innocent Egyptians,” the group points out. “In unprecedented violence in Egypt’s modern history, Islamists set ablaze 68 churches, monasteries, schools, orphanages and other Christian institutions and scores of Copt-owned houses and businesses. They burned museums, courts, police centers and other public institutions.

The clear objective of the Brotherhood, dubbed by some Western media as having ‘renounced violence for a long time,’ is to drive Egypt into chaos and civil war.”

A separate Post article about the protests outside its own headquarters quoted Kristine M. Coratti, a spokeswoman for the Post, as defending the newspaper’s stories: “Our coverage of events in Egypt has been comprehensive, incorporating all perspectives, and it has been fair, accurate and honest.”

Earlier in the day, at the National Press Club, a group linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian-Americans for Democracy and Human Rights, claimed the new interim government in Egypt was burning and attacking Christian churches “to instigate sectarian violence between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.” Ahmed Bedier, former chief of the Tampa chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Muslim-Brotherhood affiliate, was the main speaker at this event. Other speakers included Mahdi Bray of the American Muslim Alliance and Safei-Eldin Hamed, a professor at Chatham University.

In a press release, the organization said, “It is obvious that in their futile attempt to paint the Muslim Brotherhood as a violent and terrorist organization, the government does not spare any immoral and inhumane action to achieve its goal, including the killing of its own citizens, the burning of dead bodies and lying about the reasons for death in their death certificates.”

But later in the day, at a news conference called by opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood, those claims were quickly dismissed. Maged Riad, legal counsel for the Coptic Christian Church in the United States, said the charge that the government was attacking Christian churches is “so ridiculous that it’s almost laughable.” He said the Islamists actually had maps of churches and other groups they wanted to attack, that a ten-year-old Christian girl was shot and killed as she walked home from a Bible class, and that Egyptian police officers killed in one assault were beheaded. Riad said the group is also targeting Americans for death.

Another speaker, Tawfik Hamid, said Muslim Brotherhood leaders had been videotaped threatening Christians about what would happen if Mohamed Morsi was overthrown. “They threatened and warned the Christians for supporting the military or for asking for the removal of Morsi,” he said. He also said the attacks on Christian churches in Egypt have to be seen as part of a global pattern of violence by Islamists. “We are not talking about something here outside the pattern,” he said. “It’s exactly the same pattern.”

Dr. Samia Harris, another speaker, called the Muslim Brotherhood an “international cult of a criminal nature” with the “ambition to control the world.”

Cliff Kincaid is the Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism and can be contacted at [email protected].


How & Why US Incomes Have Dropped Since ‘Great Recession’s End’

By: Arlen Williams
Gulag Bound


Cover of a 2009 book by a soft socialist sociologist at Yale

These excerpts are from Mail Online, a British news site similar to the Guardian, which is handling the brunt of the Ed Snowden reporting from outside of the United States’ controlled media.

The average American household is now earning LESS income than it did at the end of the Great Recession

  • Race, age, and geographic location all factor into how badly households have been hit by post-recession money woes
  • Only householders aged 65-74 saw an increase in average income

That is the heading of their story.

Barack Obama came to office riding the neo-Marxist class war’s rhetorical vehicle of “the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer.” And as Marxists and other statists do, he has made that disparity more and more severe, by taking more and more freedom from our society and economy. Think of it as a freedom of movement problem; the same kind a lamb has, when coiled by a python.

I suggest the article at its source but will show their summary, here:


The Great Recession hit most American households where it hurts: in their pockets. Some, however, were affected more than others. Though median income has risen since plummeting after 2008 and hitting a low in summer 2011, average American household income is still 6% below pre-recession levels. And for most American households, income is down from levels seen at the end of the Great Recession.


Factored out: Younger households, minority households, and households in the South and West have seen sharper declines in income since the end of the recession four years ago

  • Americans household headed by those aged 55-64: Income down 7 percent
  • Householders under 25 years old: Income down 9.6 percent
  • Householders 65-74 were saw the only increase: Income up 5.1 percent


  • Median income for white households down 3.6 percent
  • Black household income dropped 10.9 percent
  • Hispanic housholders saw a 4.5 percent drop


  • Southern households saw an average income decline of 6.2 percent
  • Northeastern household income dropped 3.9 percent
  • Households living in the West saw a 5.4 percent decline
  • Midwest average household income was up a statistically insignificant 0.8 percent

What this piece fails to relate quite so well is that, again typical under statist regimes, our middle class and small business have suffered some of the greatest losses. From the earlier Rothschilds, through Rockefeller, through George Soros, Warren Buffett, and Bill Gates, Marxofascists don’t really hate the biggest of big businesses. The bigger and more controlling they are, the more they are like them, and the more they can control through them. That is the crony-capitalist/communist alliance presented very clearly to whistleblower, Norman Dodd, many decades ago, and while they all love their own revenue streams, it is the competition they hate.

The destruction of small business and with it, the chance to rise into a healthy mid-level income are exactly the means of creating a hungry and bitter proletariat, for a puppet army. That is what a Marxist seeks to do, preferably a grieved class which may be identified by race, or any other means of creating a self-identifying group of “disruptive,” revolutionary warriors. And the more of these hungry to ravenous identity groups, the better.

“Altruistic” followers of the Marxist, Gramscian means of gaining and holding power are actually the most cynically and satanically exploitative people on the face of the earth. They create the problem, create the victims of it, then blame and set as the enemy, the very freedoms they have already begun to destroy, in order to spread a mass poverty and hatred bred like an extremely virulent form of rabies. And after they have achieved power by these evils, things get even worse, and even worse than that.

Perhaps that is why we have so many zombie and vampire stories in our culture now. Perhaps God is trying to tell us something.

T-Dog meets his demise, in The Walking Dead

T-Dog meets his demise, in The Walking Dead, image work by Jennifer Thomson, deidbastards.blogspot.com