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May 9, 2010

Right Network launch.

Kelsey Grammar is one of the few Hollywood celebs who has the courage to be an advocate of the right. Kelsey of course has too much going for him to have to worry about going on the blacklist, a sort of modern day leftist McCarthyism, and can do pretty much as he likes.

He is about to unveil Rightnetwork and says, he is proud to be a part of the new network. "RightNetwork is filling a big gap with entertainment programs that combine compelling content with a perspective we don't generally get from the media," Grammer said in the network's promotional materials. "We're bringing outstanding talent and production values to our television, internet and mobile platforms. I'm proud to be part of this team!"

It obviously has a lot going for it as is shown in the following clip, when you make Olbermann’s “Worst Person in the World” list you know it just doesn’t get any better than that:

Right comedy is one of the themes, with among other things some rather irreverent Obama humor. The left will no doubt scream “Racist,” and disrespect for the institution of the Presidency, but in fact they get better than they have shown for the previous administration so I guess they will just have to suck on it. The left don’t know too much about what they want, they rely on the DNC to tell them that, but they sure know what they hate:

Their reality based show “Running,” features six first time candidates, and follows their campaign with some interesting perspectives, “And I am running for the Congressional seat currently infested by Henry Waxman.”

This looks promising and I wish them the best with it.

1 comment:

  1. Cool! I hadn't even heard about this, but I will definitely have to check it out.