Tag Archive for Terrorism

Islamofacism: a Real Threat or Not?

Bill Maher, the host of HBO’s real time, suggested in his New Rules commentary Friday night that environmental threats pose a greater danger to us and our way of life than Islamofacism.  He talked about Al Qaeda’s crude and old weapons “arsenal” and the fact that they still issue videotaped threats on VHS. Maher disputes…

Thought-Provoking Documentary on Gays and the Church Now Showing in Irvine

While conservatives own talk radio, liberals own documentaries and in Irvine, we’re fortunate to have theater owners recognize there is an audience for this medium.   For the tolerance crowd, Irvine has some wonderful options for seeing thought provoking documentaries.   IN Woodbridge, the Edwards Westpark 8 has joined the University Cinema in showing documentaries, independent films and…

The End of America: A letter of warning to a young patriot

Dan Chmielwski posted this back in May Conason/Wolf on Facism.  It fits with his 14 Points of Fascism post from Thursday, so I am bringing it back to the front page for further discussion. Steven Colbert interviewed Wolf earlier this week about the release of her book.  You can view the video here.  Naomi Wolf has a new book coming out this…

Can a confederation help solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

The Israeli-Palestinian Confederation, The Levantine Cultural Center, and The Cousins Club of Orange County is presenting a panel titled “Can a confederation help solve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” this Saturday in Yorba Linda. Here are the details: CAN A CONFEDERATION HELP SOLVE THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT? THE DEBATE PANEL WILL INCLUDE: BLASE BONPANE, news commentator and host…

Steel Magnolias

Hillary Clinton called it a “vast right-wing conspiracy.” Conservatives call it “message discipline.” Others call it the “right-wing noise machine.” Here at TheLiberalOC.com we call it “crap.” And from time to time, we will bring their swill to you in our forum called… Shawn, can I call you Shawn? No, OK, Mr. Steel.  I read…