Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Sean Hannity

Sean Patrick Hannity, his adorable Irish grin makes you feel like he’s after me lucky charms. Hannity hosts two shows on Fox News, Hannity (which was formerly Hannity and Colmes) on the weekdays and Hannity’s America on the weekends. Also, he has written two New York Times bestsellers, Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty Over Liberalism and Deliver Us From Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism and Liberalism. Before Hannity became the man we know on Fox News, in the late 1980’s he was a bartender in Santa Barbara, California. Which increasingly makes sense because both of his grandparents came from Ireland. Also, I find it endearing that Sean Hannity can also add Matchmaker to his resume, courtesy of his Hannidate website. The Hannidate website states, “The place where people of like conservative minds can come together to meet.” Aww… Sean Hannity is a Conservative messenger of love which is waaay better than a Liberal male's offer of despair.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Everyday Republicans: A Zo and Crowder Special

Now that they've joined forces... they... will... be... unstoppable. Or at least they've upped their Man Pants value. ;) You can find more of Steven Crowder's conservative antics on YouTube and Twitter. Also, Zo's very macho Macho Sauce Productions can be found on YouTube and Twitter.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

10 Hottest New Media Guys on the Right

This article by Melissa Clouthier is definitely in the Man Pants genre. There is just something uniquely special about our Conservative Men. If Chris Matthews was honest with himself, even he would get thrills up his legs just thinking about these men.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Franz Jägerstätter

Franz Jägerstätter's name isn't as well known as my other Man Pants posts, however, he has a rightful place here. I couldn't imagine what bravery it took to stand up to the Nazi regime, but Franz Jägerstätter did exactly that. Franz Jägerstätter is the ultimate defintion of a Christian Conservative hero. According to Wikipedia:

"Franz Jägerstätter was born in Sankt Radegund, Austria....In his youth, Franz had gained a reputation for being a wild fellow, but, in general, his daily life was like that of most Austrian peasants... When German troops moved into Austria in 1938, Jägerstätter was the only person in the village to vote against the Anschluss. Although he was not involved with any political organization, and did undergo one brief period of military training, he remained openly anti-Nazi, and publicly declared he would not fight in the war... After many delays, Jägerstätter was called to active duty in February, 1943. By this time, he had three daughters with his wife, the eldest not quite six. He maintained his position against fighting for the Third Reich, and was imprisoned, first at Linz, then at Berlin. After a military trial, he was sentenced to death and subsequently executed by guillotine on August 9, 1943, aged 36."

D-Day Remembrance

Friday, June 5, 2009

Missing President Ronald Reagan

President Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004), the Teflon President, had enough Man Pants to dedicate an island to him. He is greatly missed.