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LA Billboard Against Minimum Wage

Posted by B. Daniel Blatt at 7:50 pm - May 31, 2013.
Filed under: Economy,LA Stories,Obama Hopenchange

The things you see when driving down Pico:
BIeber Minimum Wage

Let’s Help Get ‘Tony Katz Tonight’ ON THE AIR!

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 5:47 pm - May 31, 2013.
Filed under: Conservative Movement,Conservative Positivity

My good friend and Match Game celeb regular, Tony Katz, is on a new mission.  And I’m going to help as much as I can.

He is launching a new late-night talk show, from a conservative perspective.  I LOVE the concept.

Tony Katz Tonight is what happens when Politically Incorrect meets Playboy After Dark. Upbeat interviews, honest discourse and huge laughs – without all the PC political garbage. Please, go to our IndieGogo campaign and donate. We have great swag to give away for all our contribution levels including customized videos, mugs, t-shirts, cigars and your ticket to attend a Tony Katz Tonight taping and be a part of the show!

I’ve donated, so please do the same.  This is the ultimate in pop culture, conservative crowdsourcing fun!


-Bruce (@GayPatriot)

IRONY ALERT: Gay Activist Gets Bitten By Own Tactics

Gay community leader in Chicago is sued for doing to a Christian what this gays are always claiming Christians do to gays.

[A] former employee of the gay establishment Sidetrack the Video Bar is suing owner Art Johnston (the self-styled “Chicago’s Harvey Milk” and inductee into  the local “Gay & Lesbian Hall of Fame”) for four counts of sexual harassment  (and hostile work environment), religious discrimination (and hostile work  environment), retaliation, and the intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Sorry, I think this story is awesome.  Man bites dog.

After all… #NOH8 !!!  “Equality” !!!!

-Bruce (@GayPatriot)

Who originated the anti-Koch Brothers Hysteria?

Last night on Powerline, caught this video of Angelenos protesting against the possibility of the Koch brothers’ purchasing the Los Angeles Times:

And it got me wondering (and not for the first time) about the origins of the anti-Koch hysteria. Wonder if a Mr. D. Axelrod might have been behind this. I mean the guy did think it significant that a former Massachusetts governor once transported the family dog on the roof of his car.

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