As is usually the case, lots of good stuff today! Plus, as usually the case, the lame stream media will again ignore the stories, as they continue their dereliction of duty!
From ‘The Economic Collapse’:
Like we need a chart to prove that! Nevertheless, good stuff from the guys who are NOT afraid to tell you the truth!
Hot Air on the increasingly clueless and out of touch Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
At least he got the “angry old man” part right! What the Senator fails to realize, he IS the GOP leadership!
Townhall’s Carol Platt Liebau on the continued excesses of the Obama White House…
Further proof that Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is delusional….
The New York Post blows the lid off the TSA at Newark (EWR)…yet another example of what a joke our airport security is….
TSA ALLOWS ‘BOMB’ TO SLIP PAST SECURITY CHECKPOINT IN NEWARK TWICE! – Matthew Klint @ Upgrd
Robert Bianco @ USA Today on your Monday tv viewing!….
What’s worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time on Monday
The Bachelor, ABC 8pm ET/PT
“Tonight, if tradition holds, the Bachelor is going to make some young woman very happy — namely, the one he doesn’t pick who gets to be the nextBachelorette. Because clearly, considering the series’ romantic track record, the only reason any sensible person would take part in this nonsensical trash is for the opportunity to take part in it again as the star.
The Following, Fox 9pm ET/PT
Back in the ’60s there was a TV series called The F.B.I. that some felt was an egregiously shameless bureau recruiting tool masquerading as a show. Well, if TV amends needed to be made, The Following is bending over backwards to do so, because this makes FBI agents, who just let America’s worst serial killer escape from custody, look like the most bumbling, incompetent people on earth. We understand the bad guy has to elude his pursuers in shows like this, or else there’s no show. But this still-promising, often-frightening series has to find a way to keep its story running that does not constantly seem to depend on the heroes being 10 steps behind — because that’s already wearing thin.
Dallas. TNT 9pm ET/PT
TNT’s reboot marks that passing of J.R. Ewing — and Larry Hagman — with a funeral that will be attended by characters from both the new and the old shows. To say Hagman will be much missed by fans is to state the obvious, but his loss will also be keenly felt by TNT. It’s hard enough to watch this second-rate remake with him; watching it without him seems impossible.”