A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from April 25, 2011
Pervertico (Politico nickname)

Conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin read a Politico.com political news story, “Mission for anti-Palin movement: Expose her” by Kenneth Vogel, on the air on April 25, 2011. Levin said that the article showed anti-Sarah Palin bias and he criticized Politico’s coverage of conservatives.

Levin—who has an extensive lexicon of nicknames—announced that he would rename Politico as “Pervertico.”

Politico has also been nicknamed “Republico” (cited in print since at least 2007) by those who believe that Politico has a favorable conservative/Republican bias. Politico has also been nicknamed “Politiho” (politico + ho/whore).


Wikipedia: Politico (newspaper)
Politico is an American political journalism organization based in Arlington, Virginia, that distributes its content via television, the Internet, newspaper, and radio. Its coverage of Washington, D.C., includes the U.S. Congress, lobbying, media and the Presidency. It was a sponsor of the 2008 Republican Presidential candidates debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on May 3, 2007, and the 2008 Democratic Presidential candidates debate at the Kodak Theater on January 31, 2008.

John F. Harris and Jim VandeHei left The Washington Post to become Politico‘s editor-in-chief and executive editor, respectively, launching the newspaper on January 23, 2007. Frederick J. Ryan Jr., former Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, is president and CEO.

Conservapedia: Mark Levin
Mark Reed Levin (born September 21, 1957) is a Constitutional lawyer, president of the the prestigious Landmark Legal Foundation in Washington D.C., a top-rated nationally syndicated conservative talk radio host and a best selling non-fiction author.
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The Mark Levin Lexicon
Levin holds disdain for the mainstream media and the politicians who pander to them. He often likes to refer to them in a derogatory and humorous way. It is Levin’s style that distinguishes himself from other radio personalities.

. New York Times = New York Slimes, Washington Post = Washington Compost, Associated Press = Associated Depressed, Huffington Post = Huffington Puffington Compost

Politico
Mission for anti-Palin movement: Expose her
By KENNETH P. VOGEL | 4/25/11 4:32 AM EDT Updated: 4/25/11 8:26 PM EDT
She is a promiscuous, petty and unintelligent, yet deviously conniving warmonger intent on capturing the Oval Office and, from there, the world.

Those are just some of the opinions about Sarah Palin held by members of a small but extremely active network of gadflies, bloggers and authors who have devoted much of the last 2½ years to proving their case to American voters.

YouTube
Mark Levin - “Pervertico’s” Attack on Palin
Uploaded by uffdamega52 on Apr 25, 2011

Barbaric Thoughts
Mark Levin: Pervertico’s Attack on Palin
Posted by Uffda on April 26, 2011 at 1:27 am

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