Tag Archive: The View

Advice from Baba Wawa? I Don’t Think So


Anyone who’s read my articles knows that I’d rather stick knitting needles in my ears than watch an entire episode of “The View.”  The idea of watching a bunch of cackling women sitting around a table spewing their mostly idiotic views is more than I can take.  If I watch a segment every few months,…

Top Ten Least Favorite Events of Election 2010


If you’re like me, I love election season.  I’m not a sports fan, so I don’t ever cheer for a home team.  Election time is the only time I get to root for my guy or gal.  I’m sure many have had enough of the political ads including the parents of my 3-year old grand…

Selective Apologies


The recent firing by NPR of Juan Williams (one of two of my favorite liberals) brought to mind, once again, something that I’ve seen over and over again in the media — public apologies. Not from Mr. Williams.  His statement about Muslims on airplanes requires no apology – his opinion is shared, I’m sure, by…

Deep Thoughts about A Shallow Show — Bernie’s take on O’Reilly and The View


Podcast. Click Below.

Bernie on The Impact Segment: Analysis of the O’Reilly “The View” Bruhaha