Tag Archives: George Will

Show Notes-6-16-13 Edition of The Teri O’Brien Show

Listen Live, Sundays 4-6 pm Central time at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Teri-OBrien, or on demand here on this page by using the player in the right side bar of this page. You can also download the show on iTunes. Thanks for your encouragement and support! Thanks to our guest, Taleeb Starkes, author of the book, The Un-Civil War. The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs ...

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Susan “Obama Mouthpiece” Rice’s Willful Ignorance: Show Notes, 11/18/12

David “Howdy Doody” Gregory shocked that anyone might think that the Obama regime might withhold information or even lie to burnish its national security credentials. Sen. Lindsay Graham takes it to him, and to the One. Barack and Michelle celebrate the demise of the Twinkie. Rep. Peter King (R-NY) refers to Petraeus affair by saying “mistakes were made.” Is it ...

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Barack Obama’s Easy Peasy Three Step Victory Plan

Step 1: Shut Up, GOP! Romney is Your Nominee As all the experts and brilliant media analysts have been telling you bitter clingers for months, Romney is the only electable alternative. Everybody, at least everybody smart, knows it. He is moderate enough to attract independents just like John McCain. Oh wait …forget about that. That won’t happen again. Romney’s your ...

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Can Conservatives Trust Mitt Romney? Today on the Teri O’Brien Show

After a good performance in last Thursday night’s Fox News debate, Mitt Romney received several important endorsements, including one from South Carolina governor Nikki Haley and the Des Moines Register. This morning, he made his first Sunday Show appearance in almost 2 years. Still, the former Massachusetts’ governors apparent rise, one nagging question remains: can conservatives trust Mitt Romney? As ...

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They Are Stealing You Blind: The Teri O’Brien Show, 7/24/11

B. Hussein’s embarrassingly petulant performance at last Friday afternoon’s Unhappy Hour presser, parts of which left many observers wondering if they were watching a president of the United States or one of the Cheerios from “Glee,” whining about her boyfriend’s failure to call her, and hoping that we wouldn’t notice that, for at least the 300th time, he failed to ...

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