Here They Go Again: Liberals Talking Crazy

It was announced late last week that Liberals were going to take to the airwaves again.  Not content to have a biased media in print and on cable and television newscasts, now something called Nova M will step in and fall into the void (it can't fill the void if there isn't one, right?) of the radio airwaves.  Have they never heard of Air America and NPR?

"The extreme radical right has pretty much hijacked the airwaves," said Mike Newcomb. 

Calling himself, 'Dr. Mike,' Newcomb will be one of the hosts on this new venture.  What Newcomb fails to realize is that the free markets determine what is and what is not successful on the airwaves.  There is no need for likes of Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity to hijack what the massive listener—ship they've earned through years of hard work. 

I heard Newcomb for one segment on his previous show when he was part of Air America here in Phoenix.  The caller was an immigrant from Cuba.  She jumped on the Newcomb bandwagon of that day which was denouncing Bush for removing a dictator from Iraq who wasn't really a threat to the U.S.  She told Newcomb, 'If Bush really wants to remove a dangerous dictator, he should remove Castro!'  Oops!  Newcomb had to spin some serious circles in the desert sand because this woman obviously didn't follow the Liberal line with Cuba and Castro.  Too many Liberals love Castro.  Too many Liberals love dictators. 

As I listened to Newcomb dance around the topic, I realized why Liberal talk radio will never succeed: they will never tell you the truth of what they believe.  Don't get too used to hearing and reading about this Nova M network.  Like Air America, they have to depend on donors sending them money to stay on the dial.  And that's not how it works in American commerce.

J. James Estrada   10 30 06

It was announced late last week that Liberals were going to take to the airwaves again.  Not content to have a biased media in print and on cable and television newscasts, now something called Nova M will step in and fall into the void (it can't fill the void if there isn't one, right?) of the radio airwaves.  Have they never heard of Air America and NPR?

"The extreme radical right has pretty much hijacked the airwaves," said Mike Newcomb. 

Calling himself, 'Dr. Mike,' Newcomb will be one of the hosts on this new venture.  What Newcomb fails to realize is that the free markets determine what is and what is not successful on the airwaves.  There is no need for likes of Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity to hijack what the massive listener—ship they've earned through years of hard work. 

I heard Newcomb for one segment on his previous show when he was part of Air America here in Phoenix.  The caller was an immigrant from Cuba.  She jumped on the Newcomb bandwagon of that day which was denouncing Bush for removing a dictator from Iraq who wasn't really a threat to the U.S.  She told Newcomb, 'If Bush really wants to remove a dangerous dictator, he should remove Castro!'  Oops!  Newcomb had to spin some serious circles in the desert sand because this woman obviously didn't follow the Liberal line with Cuba and Castro.  Too many Liberals love Castro.  Too many Liberals love dictators. 

As I listened to Newcomb dance around the topic, I realized why Liberal talk radio will never succeed: they will never tell you the truth of what they believe.  Don't get too used to hearing and reading about this Nova M network.  Like Air America, they have to depend on donors sending them money to stay on the dial.  And that's not how it works in American commerce.

J. James Estrada   10 30 06