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Monday, February 7th, 2011

Super Bowl Predictions Coming True
“We’re now six out of seven,” gloated Sean, “I have so many friends in Pittsburgh who I feel bad for but our friend Rose Tennent was gloating so much that I had to root for the Packers.” Hannity continued, “Now Rose lost a bet and she needs to come on the show and wear a Mark Sanchez jersey.” The game last night was really great but what will be even better is to see pictures of Rose with a Jets Jersey on

Tamara Holder and Andrea Tantaros
Fox News contributor Andrea Tantaros and attorney Tamara Holder stopped by to share their thoughts on the recently racist comments. This story, broke by The Daily Caller, tells the story of attacks against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Tantaros quickly shared with Sean, “The NAACP has not been devoted to advancing blacks for a very long time, and they’re a political organization that advances an agenda.” “I agree with Andrea that there are certain groups that must say this behavior is wrong,” argued Holder, “But we’re talking about condoning criminal behavior and we cannot remain silent.” This is absolutely the truth. Regardless of your political affiliation, personal attacks against specific individuals condoning specific illegal actions are irresponsible. There’s a big difference between saying “we need to fight to beat the Senator in next year’s election” and “we need to lynch Suprem e Court Justice Clarence Thomas.” We need to use common sense to draw the appropriate line.

Patrick Buchanan on Egypt
“The Egyptian Army is critical in this situation,” explained Egypt, “It hasn’t fought a war since 1973 and it receives huge benefits from the current peace treaty.” Buchanan further explained the issue saying, “Four out of five Egyptians have an unfavorable view of the United States so there’s no doubt that free and fair elections would force Egypt to move away from the United States.” It’s difficult to understand all the implications of events going on in Egypt but Mr. Buchanan offered some interesting thoughts on the US-Egyptian relations last week when he suggested we should’ve supported Hosni Mubarak, the current president of Egypt. Take a look on his website,

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Pat Buchanan

Patrick Joseph "Pat" Buchanan (born November 2, 1938) is an American conservative political commentator, author, syndicated columnist, politician and broadcaster. Buchanan was a senior advisor to American presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan, and was an original host on CNN's Crossfire. He sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1992 and 1996. He ran on the Reform Party ticket in the 2000 presidential election.