Are You Ready For Some Football?
Legendary country music artist Hank Williams Jr. made famous for opening each broadcast of ESPN's Monday Night Football with a rendition of his famous song, "All My Rowdy Friends," made headlines yesterday with his comments on Fox News comparing President Obama to Hitler. In speaking about House Speaker John Boehner playing golf with President Obama, Williams said, "It'd be like Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu." In light of his comments, ESPN issued a statement saying they were disappointed by Williams' comments and, as a result, would not be playing his opening song during Monday Night Football last night. Williams, through his publicist, said, "Some of us have strong opinions and are often misunderstood. My analogy was extreme but it was to make a point." For a legend who has been a fixture on ESPN/ABC, his remarks may have been extreme but the liberal media reaction has been arguably mo re so. "This man is a national institution," praised Hannity, "he's not a commentator or a politician, the man had just rolled out of bed and I think he was just criticizing the fact that Boehner and Obama were playing golf while the economy was in such bad shape." Sean continued, "We don't live in a society where we can make a mistake, can't we just accept someone's clarification and apology and move on?" To read more about this story and to see the video, click here.
Wall Street Takeover: Tamara Holder vs Charles Payne
Sean was joined by Tamara Holder and CEO of Wstreet.com,Charles Payne, to discuss the Wall St. occupiers who’ve made the famous NewYork City financial district their new home. If you haven’t heard, over2,000 people have protested the high unemployment rate in America by suggesting Wall Street has the power to do more if they’re willing to make less of a profit. "We’ve gone through this three separate times and yet no one can really tell me what this movement is about," began Hannity. "This is about an unorganized group of people who have one common denominator and that is that they’re angry," responded Holder, "They want jobs, better schools and they’re tired of seeing tax cuts for the wealthy." "Corporations are making money overseas and they’d love to bring some of that money home but they don’t want to be crushed by taxes when they do," argued Payne, "President Obama is just pushin g his agenda of socialism." At the end of the day, everyone can agree that business, not government, is the engine that drives this economy and the Wall Street occupiers should spend more time protesting the real cause of their plight. For more on the occupation, click here.
Exposing The Racial Agenda
Author J. Christian Adams, author of the new book, "Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Dperatment", stopped by to share his knowledge of the DOJ. In his controversial book, Adams reveals the policy of "racial payback" that has become commonplace in the Obama Administration and goes into some detail on various examples of this policy in action. "I did a lot of research in 2007 and 2008 into what I felt were pretty radical ideas from this president," Hannity reminded listeners, At the time I was beat up by the liberal media but you found something nobody else in the media found, isn't that right?" "That's right," answered Adams, "We know that, through my testimony under oath, this Justice Department has a reluctance to bring cases against black defendants to protect white victimes yet the Office of Professional Responsibility, which is the DOJ's ethics watchdog, issued a report with multiple instances of other employees saying the same things I've been saying," Certainly an interesting read and you can learn more about this book by clicking here.