Obama Funder Jodie Evans Calls for Kidnapping of George and Laura Bush
The actions being urged and guided by Jodie Evans and Code Pink could result in federal kidnapping charges against someone who takes up their call for vigilantism or their death as the Bushes still have Secret Service protection. [EDIT] Just look for the blue people, holding their breath.
Clinton offers U.S. aid to help boost Muslim ties
The United States will deliver on President Barack Obama's promise of a "new start" with the world's Muslims, offering fresh programmes to promote entrepreneurship, economic development and education, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday.
Soros action group looking to limit small arms exports
Reversing the position of the Bush administration, the Obama administration recently announced support for the global Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which is currently being drafted by the United Nations. The leading voices for the ATT are the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA, funded by George Soros, and run by the Open Society's former gun control executive, Rebecca Peters) and the IANSA spin-off "Control Arms."
I Pledge My Allegiance to the Charters of Freedom
I hereby pledge my allegiance to the Charters of Freedom and to a nationwide patriot revolution to reinstate the US Constitution as the supreme law of this land, returning the United States Federal Government to its rightful position under the limited power and authority granted it in the US Constitution
UAW rank-and-file reject Ford contract
Do I detect a bit of payback in this story? The UAW rank-and-file rejected a renegotiated contract from Ford intended to bring themselves into parity with GM and Chrysler, as has long been the practice for the Detroit automakers. In doing so, the workers also rejected the counsel of their own union, which had endorsed the new contract. Ford will have to operate at a disadvantage for the next two years in terms of compensation as a result: [EDIT] Ford must now pay for not playing. Another private attack coming from Obama.
Racial disparity: All active ethics probes focus on black lawmakers
The House ethics committee is currently investigating seven African-American lawmakers more than 15 percent of the total in the House. And an eighth black member, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.), would be under investigation if the Justice Department hadn’t asked the committee to stand down. Not a single white lawmaker is currently the subject of a full-scale ethics committee probe.
The stupid party
Republican voters would be well-advised to ignore the people who engineered the Scozzafava debacle, and listen for the sound of Sarah Palin’s monster truck instead. America needs conservatives more than it needs Republicans. Both the party, and the country, benefit when they are one and the same.
Public school nurses give swine flu vaccine to kids without parents' OK, sends child to hospital
School nurses mistakenly gave the swine flu vaccine to two students who didn't sign up for it - including a Brooklyn girl with epilepsy who wound up in the hospital.
Another city student gets flu vaccine by mistake: Dept. of Ed. officials
Officials admitted on Friday that a third student was mistakenly given the swine flu vaccine - an error the school nurses union blamed on the city.
Republicans eye Obama revenge in off-year elections
While little depends directly on Tuesday's outcome, the races are an opening salvo in 2010 midterm elections, when the entire House of Representatives, a third of the Senate and two thirds of gubernatorial posts are up for grabs.
ACORN at the White House
The newly released list of visitors to the Obama White House makes the president's claim he's clueless about his former employer ACORN -- and its election fraud trials and tribulations -- especially difficult to believe. [EDIT] Shock, Executive Fraud?
On Monday Vice President Joe Biden will visit the district, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Sunday was coordinating with its colleagues in the SEIU as well as the Working Families Party (ACORN) and may spend as much as $150,000 over the next 48 hours to defeat conservative Doug Hoffman. Had polling for Owens appeared stronger on Saturday, the White House was prepared to send former president Bill Clinton into the district as well.
Nato backs McChrystal in snub to Biden plan
Nato defence ministers signalled their backing for the Afghan strategy put forward by the American commander General Stanley McChrystal yesterday in an implicit rejection of the alternative plan proposed by US Vice-President Joe Biden.
PALIN URGES AMERICA TO UNITE
This is indeed a time for America to unite. We face some tough days ahead. With the vote on ObamaCare, the largest power grab in history, legislation that will destroy the Republic as we know it, looming over us like a dark cloud, it's time to show Congress and the President that we mean business! Americans of all stripes need to come together and fight for the heart and soul of our great nation.
Welcome Back Ahmed
After 8 years of watching bridges, looking to the harbors and the skies, of scanning packages and throwing out nail clippers a new administration has enthusiastically targeted a new enemy, other Americans. While the ceremonial obeisances are made on the 9/11 anniversary, and the troops stay on in Afghanistan and Iraq as political counters for the 2012 election, the Obama administration has rediscovered the great and terrible enemy of the Clinton Administration other Americans.
Replacing Black Power With Militant Islam
Even with the age of Obama dawning, for too many black Americans life is still fraught with the same old us against them sort of thinking. Where once militant blacks paraded in pseudo military garb claiming the mantle of black power and patterning themselves as panthers thrusting an angry fist into the air, now they cling to the separatist ideals of militant Islam.
Dede Scozzafava proves her detractors right!
When the DNC is releasing statements for the former GOP candidate you know something is very wrong. This is a wake up call for the leaders of the Grand Old Party. The party got its hat handed to it in the last election by running the most "moderate" candidate in decades why do they continue in the same vein that didn't work last time?
Senate, White House agree on reporter protections
The White House, key senators and media representatives have reached a compromise on legislation to protect reporters from being forced to disclose their confidential sources in federal court. Senate supporters of the so-called media shield bill said Friday that the deal gives the government authority to override those rights in certain national security cases.
Jarrett: GOP 'more and more extreme'
White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said Sunday on ABC’s "This Week" that the rise of a Conservative Party challenger in a closely watched upstate New York House election shows that the Republican Party leadership is "becoming more and more extreme, and more and more marginalized."
Boehner Says GOP Wants Moderates
House Republican leader John Boehner says the GOP wants moderates in the party and calls the special election for a New York congressional seat an unusual situation. (edit) Is this man brain dead!? Time for him to go, too.
Republican Scozzafava Endorses Democrat After Exiting N.Y. Congressional Race
Republican Dede Scozzafava endorsed her former Democratic opponent Sunday in the race for an upstate New York congressional seat, shaking up the contest for the second day in a row after exiting the race Saturday. (edit) Dede shows her true colors: Blue. Hey GOP! Thanks for spending $900,000 of our money to endorse a Dem. Brain Dead!
10 Qualities Needed In Our Public Leaders
As we embark upon a midterm election, our nation considers who will be granted the honor of leading us in the days ahead. The times in which we live demand that we choose wisely. The following are 10 qualities needed in our public leaders:
Boxer: No more troops to Afghanistan
Barbara Boxer apparently holds meetings on the streets of Oakland, according to her companions, who didn’t want to allow a constituent with a camera to question Senator Ma’am on policy in Afghanistan. Boxer finally responds long enough to insist that Congress will not allow more troops to go into Afghanistan, which then prompts the question of whether we should keep troops there at all if we’re not going to fight to win there. Boxer walks away, even though the constituent calls her "Senator" - repeatedly.
Palin on Scozzafava’s withdrawal: Now we must unite
We need candidates like Doug now more than ever. In these final days of the campaign, it’s vital that Doug continue to receive the enthusiastic support of those who want to bring common sense to Washington. Let’s help make it happen!
Congress Funds Study on How To Avoid Constituents, Stay in Office
This Friday, the tax payer funded Congressional Management Foundation (CMF) is hosting a briefing for Members of Congress and their staff on their new study: Online Town Hall Meetings: Exploring Democracy in the 21st Century. The CMF study consisted of 21 townhall meetings where Members of Congress and CMF provided a moderator: "spoke via voice over IP, and constituents asked questions and made comments by typing them. Only off-topic, redundant, unintelligible, or offensive questions were screened, and only questions asked by people who had not yet asked a question were prioritized."