* Newt Gingrich
* SE Cupp
* Van Jones
* Stephanie Cutter (Stef Cutter)
According to CNN (bolding added):
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who made a bid for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, will host on the right alongside S.E. Cupp, the conservative columnist who currently co-anchors “The Cycle,” a television program on MSNBC.
On the left, President Barack Obama’s former...
... be called "liberal fascists": Van Jones, Anti Defamation League, Media Matters for America, Human Rights Campaign, and others.
Given that, you might think that at least conservatives would have at least tried to keep him on the air.
So, why didn't they?
Some Tea Parties types are willing to drive hundreds of miles to wave loopy signs, yet they weren't willing or able to try to keep Buchanan on...
... of that class in particular: Van Jones of Color of Change. Jones is easy to discredit; see the link. And, doing that would have had an impact on his campaign: those who aren't credible tend to have less power than those who are.
4. This is yet another in a long line of indictments of those who should at least partly support Buchanan but don't or who do support him but won't do anything effective...
Van Jones, MoveOn, and a host of other groups  have teamed up to offer the "Contract for the American Dream", which consists of "10 Critical Steps to Get Our Economy Back on Track" (contract.rebuildthedream.com).
There are no doubt many reasons why it's a sham if not an outright scam, but let me describe just one reason. And, it's such a major reason that it renders the rest of their plan...
... anti-speech far-left: MMFA, Boehlert, Van Jones of Color of Change (which led one of the boycotts), and so on. While MMFA has shown or tried to show how Beck got things wrong, that's not enough for today's "liberals": they have little or no appreciation for open debate and matching speech they don't like with more speech. And, the Beck case will embolden them to go after others who say things...
Van Jones - Barack Obama's "green jobs czar" - quit just four days ago, but the landing was rather soft: he's been re-hired by the Obama administration-linked Center for American Progress (link). He had previously been a senior fellow there, and now he's back.
That link also points out that CAP hired Louis Caldera, the administration official who ordered (or who just took the heat for) the New...
... Democrats and the MSM over the Van Jones resignation. He also shows that solving problems isn't exactly his forte:
...we can expect the media to hold Republicans to the standards the conservative punditry imposed on Van Jones, and to be a lot more aggressive about it than they were with Jones himself... it means that no one who ever expressed public support for Birthers to get the benefit of the...
... in 2004" (link), referring to Van Jones signing the statement here.
There are a couple problems detracting from the WashTimes' scoop:
1. One of the other signers is Kelly Patricia O'Meara who used to write for the now-defunct Insight on the News magazine, which was part of the Washington Times family of companies. In fact, their old URL (insightmag.com) redirects to the WashTimes' front page....
... Center, which was co-founded by Van Jones (ellabakercenter.org/page.php?pageid=16&contentid=100). He's now the "special advisor for Green Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation at the White House Council on Environmental Quality" and involved in a boycott of Glenn Beck.
 Others signing on include:
* American Immigration Lawyers Association
* Anti Defamation League
* Border Network for...