Friday, January 27, 2006

Spygate or is Bush Doing his Job Protecting America

Click here to read Rick Roberts piece about just that.

Ken Salazar Calls Clarence Thomas an "abomination"

I call Salazar an embarrassment and a disgrace to the State of Colorado. He is up their with Charles Schumer, John "The Poodle" Kerry and Edward "Teddy" Kennedy.

Click here to read a press release from Project 21. This is a group of Righty Blacks who put Kenny in his place

BONUS: The leftys at Media Matters are pitching a fit over Michael Savage calling Brokeback Mountain; "Bareback Mounting." Click here to read their Fit. Savage himself linked that piece on his website.

What about Darth Fargo (Ed Schultz) calling Rush "Druggie Limbaugh" or Sean Hannity "Slan Head?" Keep it coming you loving, carring, full of compassion leftys, cause your not all of the above. Your just a bunch of angry and bitter cry babbies who can't get what they want when they want it. The Tolerance Leftys are anything but Tolerant.

Oh and Darth Fargo is losing his flagship station KFGO-AM to a local only program that is hosted by a bunch of Fargo mainstays. They call themselves Jack & Sandy. The Sith Lord of Talk Radio will still be able to use the facilties of KFGO-AM to do his national show however. Will Darth Fargo be beggin for his local show back in which he stepped down a year ago? He braggs on how well he has done over the years especially when he joined the Dark Side.

Stay Tuned.

When Conservatives disown Conservatives who put Lefty Profs.In their Place

Yes its happening and its a crying shame

It is a crying shame when these colleges and universities are taking these kids in and making them into the Youthful Idiots that they should NOT Be. This country is going down the tubes and anyone who believes what America has been for many years should support those who would distory this beloved nation, EVEN IF IT HURTS CERTIAN PEOPLE.

Believe me certain Professors who want to reshape America in their image need to get beatings day in and day out.

Click here to read this piece about this Right on Right attacks by Melanie Morgan

Click here to visit The UCLA Bruin Alumni Assocation. These guys do their best to put the leftys at UCLA in their place. Who knows the more support they get the more they can grow and go after other lefty profs. at other Universities across the Fruited Plain, but ONLY WITH OUR HELP!!!

Thursday, January 26, 2006

The CW (The soon to be former WB and UPN) Chief is going to have spring picnic...NOT!!!

Well a shoe in for sure according to her will be America's Next Top Model. Who else will make the cut? We need to see their Photos Please. In ANTM your still in the contest if you get a photo of yourself from Tyra Banks herself. Don't get one, your out of the game, and several shows from both UPN and The WB are not getting "photos" if you know what I mean.

Rick Porter from files this current report on The CW

Last week, Dawn Ostroff told a roomful of reporters that she was picking up two more cycles of "America's Next Top Model" for the 2006-07 season. Everyone assumed the show would be returning to UPN.
That changed, in a big way, on Tuesday (Jan. 24), when CBS Corp. and Warner Bros. Entertainment announced they would fold UPN and The WB at the end of this season and launch a new network, The CW, in the fall.

Ostroff, currently president of UPN, will run the new network, and she's bringing "Top Model" with her: "We're still committed to that and excited about it," she says.

So we know how at least one hour of The CW's prime-time schedule will look next season. We also know the new network will draw upon existing shows from both UPN and The WB to fill out much of the rest of its six-day, 13-hour primetime, but Ostroff can't say yet which shows will survive and where they'll go.
"We have a lot of work ahead of us," she says in an interview Wednesday, a day after being named to her new job. "We have to put together a schedule, and all that's going to come together by May," when The CW will formally unveil its lineup at its upfront presentation to advertisers. "We still have midseason to get through -- we want to see how some of the shows do that are midseason replacements, so we have a ways to go."

The announcement of the new network mentioned several current UPN and WB shows -- among them "Smallville," "Gilmore Girls" and "Everybody Hates Chris" -- by name, so those seem likely bets to make the cut at The CW. But most everything is up for discussion at this point.

That includes new shows as well. The CW will likely have some room for rookie shows next season, Ostroff says, and pilots being developed for either UPN or The WB -- including a Kevin Williamson ("Dawson's Creek") drama at the former and an Aquaman project from the "Smallville" team at The WB -- will get a look.

"I'm feverishly going to be reading The WB's development, which I haven't familiarized myself with yet," she says. "We'll obviously take the best material for what our needs are -- wherever it comes from, it's fine by us."

First among those needs will be shows that appeal to the elusive young-adult audience, which both UPN and The WB have chased for the 11 years each has been on the air, to varying degrees of success (neither network is currently profitable). CBS and Warner Bros. are hoping that by combining the best of each, viewers in the 18-34 demographic will make The CW a destination.

To accomplish that, Ostroff says the new network has to "create a really strong brand that speaks specifically to this audience, and ... communicate to them that now, instead of having to feel torn about which of these two places to go, they have one roof, one home to come to and hopefully make their own."

That, of course, is easier said than done, and it's what Ostroff and Co. will be trying to pull together in the four months or so between now and when The CW faces its upfront audience. Already, though, mock CW schedules are flying around online, and fans of "Gilmore Girls" and UPN's "Veronica Mars" are giddy at the thought of the two shows being paired in primetime on the network -- an idea CBS President and CEO Les Moonves floated at The CW's introductory press conference.

"Yeah, that is exciting, huh?" Ostroff says with a laugh. "That's a possibility."

Stay Tunned!!!!

Maryland: The Hard Line State

While the UNIONS are claming victory for the hard working folk in Maryland regarding the Get Wal-Mart bill, Steve Hanke, and Stephen J.K. Walters says that its the poor workers that will lose big time.

Click Here To Read the Piece.

Idol helped 24 and House, but even it can't help Bones


LOS ANGELES ( Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006
"American Idol" delivered another huge audience for FOX Wednesday, but it didn't fully carry over to the network's "Bones," which suffered a big drop from its lead-in.

Still, FOX easily won the night with a 12.4 rating/19 share. CBS, 8.4/13, beat out ABC, 7.2/11, for second. NBC finished fourth at 5.6/9. The WB was fifth at 1.9/3, and UPN trailed with a 1.2/2.

FOX also led the way among adults 18-49 with an 8.8 rating. ABC took second in the key ad demographic with a 4.7, followed by CBS, 3.8, and NBC, 3.4. The WB averaged 1.2 and UPN 0.7.

"American Idol" continued its string of massive audiences at 8 p.m. with an 18.1/28. CBS was a very distant second with "Still Standing," 5.1/8, and "Yes, Dear," 5.3/8. ABC averaged 4.2/6 with "George Lopez" and "Freddie," edging out the NBC special "Jamie Foxx: Unpredictable." The WB's "One Tree Hill" posted a 2.0/3 to place fifth, beating UPN's "South Beach."

ABC moved into the lead at 9 p.m. with "Lost," 11.2/16. CBS improved to 10.0/15 with "Criminal Minds" to hold onto second. FOX's "Bones" suffered a precipitous drop from its "Idol" lead-in, finishing at 6.8/10. "The Biggest Loser: Special Edition" was fourth for NBC at 5.4/8. The WB stayed in fifth with a "Beauty and the Geek" rerun, which finished a little ahead of "Veronica Mars" on UPN.

"CSI: NY" won the 10 p.m. hour for CBS with a 9.9/16. A "Law & Order" rerun averaged 7.3/12 for NBC, beating the 6.1/10 for ABC's "Invasion."

Ratings information is taken from fast national data, which includes live and same-day DVR viewing. All numbers are preliminary and subject to change.

Remarks from Don:

Still you get the ideal on who is doing well, and networks make quick decisions based on these results. "Emily's Reason's Why Not," "Head Cases" and "Threshold" are classic examples on how the networks can act quick to cancel a show. Can't wait for the score card later this year.

As for the hopes that American Idol would help the Crime Drama "Bones," that proved to be diffcult since it has to deal with ABC's Lost and CBS's Criminal Minds both of which get get double digit ratings. With NBC moving Law & Order into the mix very soon it will be interesting if people want MORE L&O rather than tuning in to Lost or Criminal Minds. L&O has been a fixture on NBC is currently in its 16th Season. The first episode of L&O aired on September 13, 1990.

The other shows that use the L&O brand are much younger and for the record those shows only have Dick Wolf fingerprints on it and nobody elses unlike the CSI spinoffs (Miami and New York)...well their was one with a co-creation credit. Special Victims Unit (SVU) began in fall of 1999, and Criminal Intent began in the fall of 2001. Also SVU is now the most watched L&O show. Their was also a reality version of L&O called "Crime & Punishment"(and that is the one with co-creators) and yet another scripted L&O series last year that did not make it beyond one season called Trial by Jury. Has the original L&O run out of juice? Not quite but it is starting to wane, and that might not help the show.

I still say the Wednesday 8/9 time slot is going to be smashmouth. We shall see how everyone holds up. I predict that the casualty will be FOX's Bones.

I normally don't comment about a plot from a TV Show But...

After watching last night's episode of Lost, Charlie (Dominic Monaghan) should look into joining "The Others." Cause now everyone on the island hates him now, and in a USA Today story his character is going to be the odd one out for the rest of the season.

I will not explain the whole story regarding what happened, but when you caught holding drugs and someone else swoops in and befriends a person your interested in, you know your a loser more/less.

So what can you do??? Plot your revenge against that person.

So here is the lesson people. Be perfect as much as possible, cause their are people in the real world who would love to distroy you. Look at how the Dems are going after Tom "The Hammer" Delay for one instance. Look how the Clintons want to distory those who get in their way. Look how lefty radio talkers try to distory Rush and Hannity and hope for something that can make the big kill. I don't know who is out to get Donald Trump but I bet ya he has to deal with someone that want to TRUMP him.

Also the need to be perfect will allow you to become the most popular person in whatever.

Also being perfect allows you to have a shot at finding the right woman to marry. Quarks in your personalty cuts down your chances. Believe me I know that one for sure.

So be perfect as possible, cause people can be very unforgiving and will likely use your downfall for their gain.

As for "Lost," you never know what is really going on with the castaways cause they all have their demons no matter how big or small.

I feel better now. This post goes out to all the outcasts and missunderstood people of the world, cause I am one of them.

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Some Recomended Readings

The left will do what they can to slience the New Media. After all we are just the "Right Wing Noise Machine." Only the journalists like Walter Cronkite are objective...NOT!!! Click these words to read this piece Brian Anderson about the left's attempts to distory and discredit us.

Looks like their are certain people that would not mind Vermont becoming a Nation in its own right. Were not talking about Bush or Billy O, but people that support the judge and his "therapy" sentence. Click here to read Vermonter Joyce Marcel

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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Some Recomended Reading This Morning

The Peace Mom gets a trip to Venezuela, paid for by Castro's Mini-Me Hugo Chavez. Click here to see for yourself how The Peace Mom thinks he is cool.

Your spiting on your son's grave Cindy Sheehan.

Anyway today is the day that Senators vote regarding Samuel Alito. If not today then soon.

Trapped in the Wrong Government School??? TOO BAD!!!

John Stossel continues to highlight his "Dumb In America" excepts in his weekly opinion pieces. He highlights a guilty party trying to give their child a good education. Their is something call the Education Police in San Jose, Calif. Hey they have them on other places too. In Belgium the money f0llows the child, but you can't do it here thanks to those carring and compassionate Teacher's Unions who REALLY CARE about your children...NOT!!!

Click here to read Stossel's Piece

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

The Peacock (NBC) Closes "The Book Of Daniel"

Failling ratings, no advertisers, and that idot Donald Willdmon along with his American FAMILY Assocation takes credit for killing it.

Can these family values groups just admit that they are Christian Organzations for once??? Well they do but they had behind to term PRO-FAMILY Waaaaaaay Too Much!!! Just admit that your Pro-ShoveOurChristianValuesDownOnAmerica.

I am for the family myself. I want the government out of the family as much as possible. I don't think we need to control a woman's body just because a man injects his seed into her and forces her to bare a child. I agree with Neal Boortz that their are certain men that are afraid of women that are stronger and smarter than they are. I don't have this ideal that the woman's place is ONLY in the home. If the man can be a better mother then so so be it. I am not one of those people who wants to turn back to the clock and return to this 1950's Apple Pie Utopia that so many in the Christian Right miss. Its gone and it will never return. Time to get with the program and move on. Can you admit all of things???

Thank You Very Much.

Now am I defending this show called Book of Daniel? No from the previews it was something I would not care to watch, and a show that delberatly mocks people of faith is not my cup of tea, and once again lots of people tend to agree.

Movies and TV program that mock people of faith and their faith have proven to be BIG FAILURES!!!!

However as I said before, I take issue with the Christian Right when they try to force they beliefs on other people and expect to live under their rules of conduct. Their is more to it than a stupid TV Show.

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What The CW's 2006 Fall Lineup might look like

For those who have not heard, UPN (CBS's Netlet) and The WB (Warner Bros. Netlet) are entering a partnership that will merge the netlets into one, thus becoming The CW.

So which shows are likely to make this new netlet

From UPN: Everybody Hates Chris, (WWE) Friday Night Smackdown, America's Next Top Model, Veronica Mars, All Of Us, Girlfriends, Half & Half

From The WB: Everwood, Reba, Smallville, Supernatural, Beauty and the Geek

Rick Porter from has more

We should start by saying that everything we're about to talk about in this story about The CW, the network that will result from UPN and The WB merging, is speculative.

In making the announcement about the new network -- a joint venture between CBS Corp. and Warner Bros. -- Tuesday (Jan. 24), no one from either company made any firm statements about a schedule. There were, however, a few hints.

CBS President and CEO Les Moonves name-checked The WB's "Smallville," "Gilmore Girls," "Reba," "Beauty and the Geek" and Supernatural" in his remarks, along with UPN shows "Veronica Mars," "America's Next Top Model," "Everybody Hates Chris" and "Girlfriends."

He also had this to say about one potential pairing: "The idea of putting 'Gilmore Girls' with 'Veronica Mars,' for [UPN President Dawn Ostroff, who will run the new network], is a dream come true. She finally has a potential lead-in that could help that show."
With that in mind, then, we started mentally making up our own CW schedule.

Before we get to that, though, we should mention that we think CBS and Warner Bros. missed an opportunity in naming the network. We get the CBS + Warner Bros. = CW idea, but we would have taken the first letters of WB and UPN and called the new entity WU. Not only is it fun to say ("Whoo!"), but we think the possibility for cross-promotion with the Wu-Tang Clan would have been outstanding. Heck, maybe they could have even brought "Method & Red" back to the air (never mind that it aired on FOX the first time around).

Next, a couple of ground rules: We're making this schedule up based on WB and UPN shows -- pilots included -- that have a chance of being on the air next year. Thus "7th Heaven," which is scheduled to end its 10-year run in May, won't show up. We're also looking at the other networks to avoid DVR nightmares (a la "Veronica Mars" vs. "Lost") and bad matchups wherever possible.

With that in mind, here's what we came up with:

Monday: UPN's comedy block has been a solid performer there for some time, and we're leaving it mostly intact. The one exception: "Everybody Hates Chris" moves over from Thursday to lead off the night and provide a bigger platform for "All of Us," "Girlfriends" and "Half & Half." "One on One" draws the smallest audience of the current Monday shows, so it's out.

Tuesday: Les Moonves is no dummy, so we're going to take his suggestion and pair "Gilmore Girls" and "Veronica Mars" on this night. We'd be hard-pressed to find a better two-hour block of dramas on network TV.

Wednesday: We start with an unscripted hour -- "America's Next Top Model" in the fall and spring, with "Beauty and the Geek" filling in between cycles. "Pepper Dennis," a WB midseason show, gets the 9 p.m. spot and hopes the reality shows will help it attract viewers the way "Top Model" has helped "Veronica Mars" this year.

Thursday: "Everwood" has held its own this season in a brutally competitive 9 p.m. hour, so it gets to stay put. We have other plans for "Smallville," but we like the idea of superheroes in the 8 p.m. spot. So we're betting on "Aquaman," a pilot from the "Smallville" guys that's been in development at The WB, to survive the transition and put it in the leadoff spot.

Friday: "Smackdown!" has performed pretty well there this year, so we see no reason to move it.

Sunday: This is probably the biggest gamble in our fictional schedule, but we're playing with house money, so who cares? We'll give the 7 p.m. hour to "Reba" and "Out of Sync," the "Odd Couple"-like project in development at UPN. Then it's action night, with "Smallville" at 8 leading into "Supernatural" at 9. This is a tough night, but "Smallville" fans have shown they'll follow the series wherever it goes, and we're hoping some of them then stick around for "Supernatural."

This will be intresting, especially Sunday nights. If they can get the men away from FOX then The CW has a shot on Sunday nights. Otherwise you might see some good shows fade away before they are given some great ending and a great sendoff especially Smallville.

Gillmore Girls and Veronica Mars. Sounds like a great Girl Power night regarding Tuesdays. Mondays, well that will still be a night of African American Sitcoms, and Chris Rock is the man to lead it off. The actual one and the kid (Tyler James Williams) who plays him.

Fridays, well it appears that CBS is not going to give all of WWE all to NBC-Universal (They own USA Network which carries WWE Raw), and now Warner Bros. will have a piece of WWE too. Their parent company owned the now defunked WCW before selling it to WWE.

Again this may not be the final layout, but this is going to be intresting

UPN & The WB to merge into ONE Netlet

This netlet will be called The CW (Combnation of CBS and WB) and will reduce the prime time ratings race to five networks (six if you still cound i aka PAX).

It should be noted that UPN was wholly owned by Viacom for a few years and starting with this year it no longer has ties to Viacom when they were spun off into the CBS fold, so that is way you will have a C instead of a U, P or N.

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The WB and UPN will cease to exist as separate networks in the fall, with their parent companies joining forces to create a new broadcast network that will alter the TV landscape.
CBS Corp., which owns UPN, and WB parent Warner Bros. Entertainment made the unexpected and rather stunning announcement Tuesday morning (Jan. 23). The new network will be called The CW and will reach about 95 percent of the country.

"This new network will serve the public with high-quality programming and maintain our ongoing commitment to our diverse audience," CBS President and CEO Les Moonves says in a statement. "It will clearly be greater than the sum of its parts, delivering excellent demographics to advertisers, and building a strong new affiliate body."

Adds Warner Bros. Entertainment Chairman/CEO Barry Meyer: "Every key constituency of the network will now greatly benefit from this combination by being part of a highly rated, competitive, fifth broadcast network that is financially sound."

UPN and The WB have been locked in a battle for young viewers virtually since they came into being in 1995. And while each net has a handful of shows with loyal followings -- "Gilmore Girls" and "Smallville" on The WB, "America's Next Top Model" and "Everybody Hates Chris" on UPN -- neither one has gained a definitive upper hand in recent years. This season, UPN is drawing about 3.4 million viewers per night and The WB 3.3 million.

Dawn Ostroff, currently president of UPN, will become president of entertainment at The CW. The WB's COO, John Maatta, will take the same job at the new network, which will have the same six-night prime-time schedule The WB currently employs.

Way up in the air at this point is just what the new network will air when it comes online next fall. The press release announcing The CW mentions the likes of "Chris," "Gilmore Girls," "Veronica Mars," "Girlfriends," "Top Model" and "Smallville" as possibilities for the network's lineup, along with pro-wrestling franchise "Friday Night Smackdown!," but just where or when they might air is an open question.

Tribune Co., which has been The WB's lead affiliate partner, will partner with the new network in 16 major markets, and CBS-owned UPN affiliates in 12 other cities will also join The CW. (Tribune is also the parent of Those stations will cover close to half of the country, and the remaining affiliates will come from current UPN and WB stations.
Tribune-owned WB affiliates in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Washington, Houston, Miami, Denver, St. Louis, Portland, Ore., Indianapolis, San Diego, Hartford, Conn., New Orleans and Albany, N.Y., will become part of The CW.

The CBS-owned UPN stations joining the new network are in Philadelphia, Atlanta, San Francisco, Seattle, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, Calif., Tampa/St. Petersburg, Fla., Oklahoma City, West Palm Beach, Fla., Providence, R.I., and Norfolk, Va.

Some Notes from Don:

Expect "Americas Next Top Model," and "Everybody Hates Chris" on the UPN side to make it into to this new network. I also think that Smallville and Gilmore Girls on The WB side have a chance as well. If WWE Smackdown gets canned keep in mind that it has been speculated that CBS and Viacom wanted to dump WWE Smackdown in the first place. If that happens expect USA Network to pick up Smackdown. Last fall USA Network made a new committement to WWE Raw after several years of being on TNN/Spike TV.

Their will be lots of deadweight that will not make cut. I will be taking about this more when more information becomes avaliable.

Sorry Mike Looks Like The Bushies are Taking Over Canada

Maybe not Bush but the Leftys in Great White North are told to in the words of Bob and Doug McKenzie; "Take Off."

Click here for the story from CTV

Click here for story from CanWest News Service

Monday, January 23, 2006

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Kiss Your Blackberry Goodbye??? Click Here to find out what is going on with Blackberry

Guess who Cindy Sheehen is hanging around with? Hugo Chavez!!!! Click here to read the lastest from the Mother who just commited Treason but nothing will be done about it.

Kerry will vote no on...Click here to find out.

Even if the Dems never get the majority The "Redistributionist Left" still wins

Clcik Here for a MUST READ piece by Patrick Chisholm about how these leftys win.

Don't worry Darth Fargo, your beloved Democrats and their socialist agenda will win in the end. However our country may be broken and beyond repair. Count The Ways in which that will happen.

Like I said its an uphill battle to deprogram so many seniors who bought into FDR's legacy Hook, Line, and Sinker.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

The Peacock (NBC) lays out its plans

My Name is Earl and The Office both have been renewed for the 2006-07 season. Both will get 22 episodes. That is if both shows are able to build NBC up on Thursday nights. Both shows did not lose any ratings numbers as of being moved from Tuesdays and Thursdays. Just one favor NBC; Please move Earl and Office aganist Survivor and AWAY FROM CSI DAMIT!!!! Survivor is the weak link in CBS's Thursday night lineup. However ABC might keep Dancing With the Stars on Thursday as well.

After The Olympics on NBC their will be some shakeup's. For starters Mondays the lineup will be "Deal or No Deal," The Apprentice," and "Medium." Surface will end its first season run (and maybe the only one) before the Winter Games. I can tell you now the choice is clear Jack Bauer (FOX's 24) over The Donald.

Law & Order will be placed into competition with ABC's Lost, CBS's Criminal Minds, and The Ensemble Number and Results show of American Idol on FOX. May the best survive, cause this is going to be smash mouth.

Las Vegas moves to Friday nights in hopes of cutting into CBS's lineup, along with a new show called Convection. NBC did well on Friday nights in the past.

Longtime NBC stables Will & Grace and The West Wing will bow out in May. Wing won 24 emmys and W&G got 14 of them.

First new show for NBC this fall; "The Black Donnellys;" which is a Crime Serial. Can they ride the Crime Drama wave with so many Crime Dramas that go the self contained route?

Move Info can be found at the link below.

Some Other Readings Recomended by The Blog according to Don

Taxchusttes Governor warns his party that they may lose some seats...lest we forget that Mitt Romey is a Republican.

BeLLOfonte shoots off his mouth AGAIN!!!!

John Kerry Off His Rocker Again

This time it was on This Week with Clinton Stooge George Steph.

Newsmax also points out this statement by Kerry