That’s The Power of Blog

Kudos to The Other McCain and Stephen Gutowski for great reporting on the activist sham also know as Sandra Fluke.

McCain was featured on the Mark Levin show, with his entire scribe read by Mark himself.  Revealing what no leftist journalists would, McCain exposed Fluke for not only expecting insurance providers to furnish free birth control, but also mandatory coverage for sex-change surgery.  If the Democrats had allowed the standard time for vetting committee hearing witnesses, the truth about Fluke may have been discovered sooner.  Be sure to catch the entire saga here.

Stephen Gutowski, known as CollegePolitico on Twitter, also blew the Fluke’s cover by uncovering an article written by Fluke for the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law.  It seems Fluke had been working for 3 years to pressure Georgetown to provide birth control through their insurance plan, knowing when she enrolled that it went against the principles of the school.  Gutowski was linked on the Drudge Report, which created server problems, but you can still find his complete story here.

We may have lost an amazing Conservative voice in Andrew Breitbart, but with Conservative Journalist Bloggers like McCain and Gutowski, the fight is still going strong!

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One Response to That’s The Power of Blog

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