Wednesday, May 5, 2010

5/6 - Matt Cover, Rich Noyes, David Seminara, Daniel Ruddy

Talkback Thu May 6, 2010
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Matt Cover Staff Writer CNS News.Com " Most Senators Who Question Goldman Sachs took money from it's PAC and Employees" (

Rich Noyes Spokesperson for Media Research Center ( MSNBC Host Contessa Brewer upset about terrorist "I get frustrated...There was part of me that was hoping this was not going to be anybody with ties to any kind of Islamic country" also a look at some of the reporting on immigration stories"

David Seminara Center for Immigration Studies "Finding Bargains in a Boycott also What Does America’s 48th State Have in Common with Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, and Apartheid-Era South Africa? "

Daniel Ruddy Author: Theodore Roosevelt's History of the United States, His own words, From letters to books to speeches, his view of History right up to 1919 the year Roosevelt died"

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  1. News Story that didnt get much coverage

    Thank goodness he didn't say "Nappy Headed White"


    Sent: 5/3/2010 9:33:12 AM

    Subject: George Lopez Says on TV That he Wants to Hit "Something White" with a Club

    Did anyone else just hear George Lopez on Channel 9 News? During an interview about the kick-off for his golf tourney today he was asked "What are you most excited about this day?" He responded "I finally get to hit something white with a club!"

    Where is Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton on this one? Where is the outrage and the calls to have George Lopez fired and his comedy show taken off the air? Where are the protests and the officials denouncing his suggestion of violence towards "whites"? Will we even hear another word from the media on this? The news reporter who interviewed him merely laughed along with him.

    WHA??? Are we living in upside down world??

    Interview was at: Los Angeles

    Channel 9 News @ 10:15am

  2. Here's Another one
    Students Kicked Off Campus for Wearing American Flag Tees
    Freedom of expression or cultural disrespect on Cinco de Mayo?
    Updated 6:26 AM PDT, Thu, May 6, 2010
    NBC Bay Area
    On any other day at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Daniel Galli and his four friends would not even be noticed for wearing T-shirts with the American flag. But Cinco de Mayo is not any typical day especially on a campus with a large Mexican American student population.

    Galli says he and his friends were sitting at a table during brunch break when the vice principal asked two of the boys to remove American flag bandannas that they wearing on their heads and for the others to turn their American flag T-shirts inside out. When they refused, the boys were ordered to go to the principal's office.

    "They said we could wear it on any other day," Daniel Galli said, "but today is sensitive to Mexican-Americans because it's supposed to be their holiday so we were not allowed to wear it today."

    The boys said the administrators called their T-shirts "incendiary" that would lead to fights on campus.

    Student Told Cinco de Mayo Is Not the Day for Patriotism

    "They said if we tried to go back to class with our shirts not taken off, they said it was defiance and we would get suspended," Dominic Maciel, Galli's friend, said.

    The boys really had no choice, and went home to avoid suspension. They say they're angry they were not allowed to express their American pride. Their parents are just as upset, calling what happened to their children, "total nonsense."

    "I think it's absolutely ridiculous," Julie Fagerstrom, Maciel's mom, said. "All they were doing was displaying their patriotic nature. They're expressing their individuality."

    But to many Mexican-American students at Live Oak, this was a big deal. They say they were offended by the five boys and others for wearing American colors on a Mexican holiday.

    "I think they should apologize cause it is a Mexican Heritage Day," Annicia Nunez, a Live Oak High student, said. "We don't deserve to be get disrespected like that. We wouldn't do that on Fourth of July."

    As for an apology, the boys and their families say, "fat chance."

    "I'm not going to apologize. I did nothing wrong," Galli said. "I went along with my normal day. I might have worn an American flag, but I'm an American and I'm proud to be an American."

    The five boys and their families met with a Morgan Hill Unified School District official Wednesday night. The district released a statement saying it does not agree with how Live Oak High School administrators handled this incident.

    The boys will not be suspended and they were told they can go back to school Thursday. They may even wear their red, white, and blue colors again, but this time, the day after Cinco de Mayo, there will be no controversy.