Chris Christie deals serious blow to cap & trade
Facebook billionaire CEO turned self-sustaining farmer?
Fox News plans "no change"in Palin's contributor status
Top ObamaCare architect now a Planned Parenthood lobbyist
Obama administration plans $500 million program to help kindergarteners "sit still"
Husband makes ultimate sacrifice to save wife in Joplin tornado tragedy
Arizona scores big victory before high court
How many college students want to ban conservative websites? (h/t MRC)
After hearing news the other day that the Obama administration had appointed a new position to monitor and push back against negative online press we thought some liberals in DC might think it wasn't enough. So we sent Joe Schoffstall out to see just how far liberals would go to silence conservative speech. Joe went around Georgetown in DC with a petition to "Ban Conservative Hate Sites" that said this:
"The undersigned hereby adamantly demand that the United States government shut down right wing hate sites. The hate speech propagated by sites like the Drudge Report, Hot Air, Instapundit, Big Government, and others must not be allowed to corrupt our political discourse any longer. These sites are dangerous not only to truth and freedom but also to our society as a whole. BAN THEM NOW!"