The Fox Business host warned of the Jewish billionaire's financial "tentacles" pervading various organizations.
The conservative pundit claimed journalists started "a stupid catfight" by taking her words out of context.
The crowd at the conservative conference cheered when pundit Michelle Malkin mentioned the late senator in her call for immigration reform.
The late senator's wife had a terse but tart response to the criticism.
"When you have an entire class of 800,000 people who feel entitled to be here despite the law, you are creating the very trouble we are in now.”
Caller Doug: My question for Rep Beauprez: Is he more aligned with the traditional Republican Party or more aligned with
Suey Park is the Bitcoin of activism. Her hashtag movements are a digital phenomenon. Her value is determined by how much others buy into her. The lack of institutional backing allows her to disrupt the status quo. And just like digital currencies, hashtag activism is vulnerable to shadowy intrigues and corrupting influences.
Even awareness of the satirical context did not slake the thirst for outrage of those demanding that Comedy Central (who, you may recall, actually tweeted the out-of-context punchline, not Colbert) #CancelColbert.
Do acts of bravery by the Taliban deserve movies celebrating, honoring, and fetishizing them? Are they also heroes? Or, when it comes to non-Americans, do we hold those fighters to a different standard, now claiming that context really does matter? Watching a movie like Lone Survivor, I can't help thinking about issues like these.
For years, Obama's critics have wanted to use Chicago as the centerpiece for a debate about guns and crime in America. With its crime and murder rate down dramatically, do O'Reilly, Drudge and Malkin still want to have that debate? Their silence suggests the answer is no.
Let me say up front that if my own kids' home-packed lunches were inspected by a school or government official, I'd be quite ticked off. But at the same time, these sorts of incidents just don't fill me with the horror or outrage that so many have expressed in the blogosphere.
According to an AP report: Conservative correspondent Michelle Malkin slammed President Barack Obama's "flippant, arrogant
Fox News Channel amplified its crusade against the president this week, implying that the same administration that killed Bin Laden and much of al Qaeda's leadership is apparently composed of terrorist sympathizers.
The Republican Party, for the first time in modern history, has gained control of all three branches of the Tar Heel State's government.
On the other side, with a new Democratic candidate needed for 2016, I wouldn't be shocked if we see books from possible frontrunners Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Andrew Cuomo, Antonio Villaraigosa, Deval Patrick and even stalwarts Hillary Clinton and possibly... Joe Biden?