Tag Archive for Fox News

Helping Haiti; Not a Right vs. Left Issue

This past Thursday’s edition of the Irvine World News was soaking wet when I opened it up from last week’s rain. And after reading Adam Probolsky’s colume about Rep. John Campbell trying to save some pocket change by going the signature route for candidacy for re-election (and conveniently omitting the fact that Campbell left out…

Chuck DeVore Thinks “We Consume Too Much Health Care.”

Assemblyman Chuck DeVore, who hopes to replace Barbara Boxer as California’s junior Senator, was interviewed on Fox News channel today and was asked about his perspective on the Health Care legislation before the Senate. DeVore claims that part of the problem of the costs of our health care system is that because many of us have insurance, we don’t ask about the cost of ourt health care. He thinks that the problem is that doctors are forced to perform too many tests to stave off potential lawsuits.

Hey Dobbs, Dont let the door hit you in the …

With yesterday’s surprise announcement we are finally rid of Lou Dobbs racist rants on CNN. Granted, he would be a perfect fit along side Glenn Beck on Faux News Network. Media Matters had this to say: “For too long, CNN provided Lou Dobbs with its stamp of approval as he pursued a dangerous, one-sided and…

OC’s Scariest Bloggers

It’s time for All Hallow’s Eve and another rendition of OC’s Scariest Bloggers; this is an informal list we talk about at Drinking Liberally and we’re expanding it a bit to include regular commenters. We’ll count it down… #10  Adam Probolsky– A blogger for both Red County and Flash Report and the winner of the…

Bill O’Reilly (?!) Hits a Home Run

From his performance of September 16.   "I want, not for personally for me, but for working Americans, to have an option, that if they don’t like their health insurance, if it’s too expensive, they can’t afford it, if the government can cobble together a cheaper insurance policy that gives the same benefits, I see…

The Shock Doctrine hits Public Education

In Naomi Klein’s bestselling “The Shock Doctrine” we find the thesis that shocks have been used to push through unpopular free market decisions, mostly privatization and deregulation, generally against the will of the people but always to the advantage of large corporations, the wealthy upper class, and corrupt governments. Klein shows how conservative icon, Milton…