I believe in the free speech that liberals used to believe in, the economic freedom that conservatives used to believe in, and the personal freedom that America used to believe in.
Rand Paul was on Sean Hannity’s radio show yesterday, which was surprising in itself considering Hannity’s bad relationship with Ron Paul supporters back in 2008: Part One: Part Two:
Sean called it an examination of American morals, but Sean Hannity essentially gave eight minutes of free airtime on America’s highest rated cable network to the founder of AshleyMadison.com: Watch the latest news video at video.foxnews.com Sean, if you were so outraged, why have the guy on the air to begin with ?
Advertising mogul and long-time MSNBC guest and fill-in host is off the air after criticizing Keith Olbermann yesterday: A week-long anchoring stint on MSNBC by Donny Deutsch ended abruptly on Wednesday, and four people briefed on the decision said the cancellation stemmed from an unflattering mention of that channel’s No. 1 anchor, Keith Olbermann, a […]
Fox News executives aren’t too happy with Sean Hannity today: Angry Fox News executives ordered host Sean Hannity to abandon plans to broadcast his nightly show as part of a Tea Party rally in Cincinnati on Thursday after top executives learned that he was set to headline the event, proceeds from which would benefit the […]
Only Sean Hannity and his audience would think this is a good idea:
Interesting: HANNITY: If it’s a strong conservative that gets the Republican nomination and then a tea party member runs as a third party candidate, do you have any worry about that? PALIN: I do have a little bit of worry about that but at the same time that can be part of a healthy process, […]
Friday, I posted about allegations made by a conservative blogger of irregularities in the fundraising and operations of Sean Hannity’s Freedom Concerts, run by a group called Freedom Alliance. So, it’s only fair that I note that Freedom Alliance has responded to those allegations and calls them “false and malicious.” Additionally, another conservative blogger has […]
Conservative blogger Debbie Schlussel has taken a look at Sean Hannity’s much-hyped, by himself at least, Freedom Concerts, and finds that things don’t appear to be kosher at all: [L]ess than 20%–and in two recent years, less than 7% and 4%, respectively–of the money raised by Freedom Alliance went to these causes, while millions of […]
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