Glenn Beck Returns and Calls MSNBC Racist

Glenn Beck returned to his radio show today, and continued to play the race card, except now he has labeled MSNBC a racist network, because the network was talking about the angry white crowds protesting healthcare reform. We have one black guy with a gun, among a crowd of white faces, but MSNBC is racist.

Liberal and Conservative Myths about Health Care Reform

The one reality about the healthcare reform debate is that both the liberal and the conservative arguments contain their share of myths. From the right we are told that malpractice lawsuits cause the enormous increases in heathcare costs, and from the left we are told that cost increase due to health insurance company bureaucracies, but neither of these claims are true.

John McCain Stands by Sarah Palin on Death Panels

On ABC's This Week, Sen. John McCain defended Sarah Palin's claim that healthcare reform would result in death panels. McCain argued that reform could lead to death panels, "So what does, what does that lead to? Doesn't that lead to a possibility, at least opens the door to a possibility of rationing and decisions made such are made in other countries?"

Verizon Wireless Stops Advertising on Glenn Beck

According to Credo Action, Verizon Wireless has become the latest advertiser to dump Glenn Beck. In an email, the group confirmed that the nation's largest wireless telecommunications network has stopped advertising on Beck's Fox News program. Even a week of vacation has not completely slowed the steam of the Beck advertiser defections.

Bill O’Reilly Starts a Feud with Jon Stewart

On his FNC show The O'Reilly Factor last night, host Bill O'Reilly went after Jon Stewart when The Daily Show host used a segment Wednesday night to illustrate FNC's ever changing opinion of protesters to make the claim that FNC has gone liberal. This joke set O'Reilly on the attack as he went on to claim that Stewart was playing to his liberal audience.

The Moral Imperative of Full Coverage for All Americans

Rev. Wallis also said we need to stop the hate at the Town Halls, and pointedly mentioned that lying about the plan is not right either. He quoted the bible, “I am my brother’s keeper”, and translated that to mean that we have a moral imperative to do the right thing, which is to take care of our fellow Americans, otherwise known as “all God’s Children”. Gee, this is the first I’ve heard that all of us count as God’s Children. This is news. Good news. Even the cities? I suppose so, because the Reverend didn’t try to divide American by region the way Republican haters like Palin and Bachmann have done.