In the wake of the coverage of Brett Kimberlin and his tactics, RedState.com editor Erick Erickson found himself the victim of a “SWATting.” Radio host Tony Katz speaks with former DOJ attorney J. Christian Adams of the ElectionLawCenter.com about how citizens can end “SWATting” and fight back against those who want to silence free speech.
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We are thrilled to announce that The Tony Katz Show will be joining the stellar line up at 97.1 FM News Talk in St. Louis. Tony will be adding a Saturday show, broadcasting live at 5pm CST starting on May 5th. The show will originate from Los Angeles.
Tony has been a long time fill-in for Dana Loesch, whose program “The Dana Show” broadcasts from noon to 3pm CST. This has led to a great relationship between Tony and programming director Jeff Allen, who saw the opportunity to bring Tony in to the 97.1 family.
This is a fantastic opportunity, and I’m grateful to Jeff Allen for making it available to me. 97.1 is the premier talk station in St. Louis, and has an amazing national reputation. To be part of a line up that includes Dana, Jamie Allman and Dave Glover is too good to be true. That Jeff sees me as akin to those guys is extremely humbling.
Also, this allows me to visit St. Louis often, and test every BBQ place there is. So, it’s a win-win.
In addition to the Saturday show, Tony’s daily show will run on AllPatriotsMedia.com at 6pmEST/3pmPST. Advertising opportunities are available for both programs. More information is available here.
In addition to my own show, I fill in for syndicated radio host, Big Journalism.com editor and CNN contributor Dana Loesch. On Monday, I filled in for Dana, and discussed the controversial commentary by Keith Olbermann who denies that rapes have occurred at Occupy events around the country and the most recent words from Slate.com that compares a Virginia law (requiring an ultrasound before an abortion) to rape.
The phone lines were open, and a caller named “Brenda” was brought on to the show. Brenda started by attempting to dismiss Loesch, claiming she didn’t even know her last name because she’s “never really heard of her.” (Which would make one wonder why she called into the show of someone she’s never really heard of?)
Then, after voicing her displeasure over Loesch’s supposed position on sex and rape, “Brenda” put out this violent gem:
And a woman to say that about other women, saying maybe they shouldnt have had sex in the first place. I hope she (Loesch) winds up in the same circumstance as the women she is talking down to….
In order to truly understand the leftist-progressive, you must start by accepting that they hate you. They hate you for what you believe, and they hate you for not believing what they believe. In the case of Loesch, they hate her for being a woman who doesn’t tow the feminist line of “real” women (see, Liberal Women.)
The leftist-progressive also has no need for “The New Tone,” which was a fashionable catch-phrase used after the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Tuscon in 2011. But, for them, it is only applicable to those they disagree with; used as a rallying cry of sorts to stifle dialogue and prevent conversations. Calling for the rape of Loesch, to them, is justified. After all, she said something they disagree with! Just add it to the list of Ed Shultz calling Laura Ingraham a slut, and Guy Cimbalo wanting to “hate fuck” Michelle Malkin and Megyn Kelly, amongst others.
In order for free and thinking people to move forward, they must accept reality. The leftist-progressive is a violent person – in their mind, in their words and in their actions. We see it daily in the Occupy movement, which has raped women, abused women and engaged in multiple criminal acts, including placing 4 year old children on train tracks to stop the trains from running. We see it in their attempts to shut down Ann Coulter from speaking, or try to “mic check” Gov. Sarah Palin at CPAC. We see it in Irvine, CA, where Muslim students worked in a concerted effort to silence Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren. We see it in Media Matters for America, who wanted to hire private detectives to go after FOX News employees.
We now see it with “Brenda,” who wishes that Dana Loesch gets raped. The leftist-progressive hates you. Now, you understand the fight we are in.
As reported by The Gateway Pundit, Media Matters for America (MMFA) the Soros-funded self-described media watchdog group dedicated to attacking FOX News and other conservatives, (including Dana Loesch and Andrew Breitbart, and even attempting to go after our own Tony Katz) has decided that when they can’t use facts, logic or reason, they’ll resort to name calling.
Eric Boehlert, a prominent figure and mercenary at MMFA called out “right wing” blogs for promoting hate on Twitter:
what shld be obvious, and why i’ve been highlight vile, racists RW comments, is RW blog biz model revolves arnd giving open forum to hate
That’s the MMFA way; go after the “right wing” for giving the “open forum to hate.” It’s a bold statement, devoid of facts, and full of straw-man arguments and innuendo. Yet, just two hours after decrying the full on evil of the political right, Boehlert posted this tweet:
this photo explains why Christie didn’t run for WH (not being snide; just realistic) bit.ly/ySMTdD
The link attached to the tweet went to this photo of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie:
Boehlert, the champion of being kind, sweet and loving, thinks that Gov. Christie can’t be elected president because of his weight. Media Matter was recently embroiled in a scandal where they were highlighted by a Girl Scout book as a source of media misinformation. Under the headline “Consider the Source,” the book informed these young girls that they should check with MMFA to find out what “lies” are being told in the press.
Once exposed, MMFA was removed from the book. Now, after Boehlert’s playground attack on Gov. Christie, one can see what a good thing that is. You don’t want bullies and their “vile comments” to influence the young people, do you?
Columnist, brilliant thinker and FOX News commentator Charles Krauthammer argued recently that compared to Congress, President Obama was “looking presidential,” and that the 2012 field was embarrassing and weak.
The video of Krauthammer’s remarks can be seen here. And, while he does make some good points about Congress, Krauthammer is wrong when he talks about the GOP field being suspect. As Tony stated on both his radio show, and as he was filling in for Dana Loesch on The Dana Show, not one person should feel embarrassed by the GOP field. They should be embarrassed by Obama…and he proves it: