Did Christopher Dorner Get A Raw Deal From The LAPD?
Former LAPD Officer Christopher Dorner Poses With Former LAPD Chief William J. Bratton Before Dorner’s 2006 Deployment to Iraq The manifesto of former LAPD officer and accused cop-killer Christopher Dorner contains detailed allegations of a culture of corruption within the LAPD. ”The department has not changed since the Rampart and Rodney King days. It has gotten worse,” Dorner wrote. Dorner claims that he was fired from the LAPD | Read More »
Civilians Mowed Down in Crazed LAPD Manhunt For Alleged Cop-Killer Christopher Dorner
Former LAPD Officer Christopher Dorner LOS ANGELES – At first glance it seemed excessive, even for the LAPD. Heavily armed protective details – on the look-out for a fugitive cop killer bent on revenge – unleashed a barrage of bullets on not just one, not two, but three innocent civilians in two separate incidents. In one of the two police shootings a 71-year-old woman delivering | Read More »
Will Iowa Senator Tom Harkin Push Family Farmers Over the ‘Fiscal Cliff’?
The Washington Post reported this morning that Iowa Senator Tom Harkin is prepared to vote against any ‘fiscal cliff’ deal that would extend the current exemption level on the Federal estate tax. If a deal is not reached by midnight tonight, the current $5 million exmption will fall to 1$ million, with devastating consequences for many struggling family farmers. “If we’re going to have some kind of a | Read More »
“Eat the Rich?” But Save the Family Farm First
“Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms and the grass will grow inthe streets of every city in the country.” - William Jennings Bryan Congressional Democrats have framed the battle over tax policy as a fight on behalf of the poor and the middle class against “the rich.” Lost amid the protesters’ claxon cry | Read More »
MSNBC Host Says “Plane Travel” Adequate Deterrent To Multiple Registration Voter Fraud
MSNBC’s Mellisa Harris-Perry suggested on her show this morning that voters who are registered in multiple states should not be purged from voter registration rolls. She argued that the chances of voter fraud were negligible since it was highly unlikely that anyone would get on a plane and travel to another state in order to vote twice, or three times. Apparently, she forgot that most | Read More »
High Crimes: Obama’s War on Child Soldiers and the Rule of Law
“Let us render the tyrant no aid” -Frederick Douglas, Narrative of an American Slave (1845) Last week, the National Review published an interview with Lindsey Graham in which the two term U.S. Senator from South Carolina made the extraordinary allegation that President Barack Obama was staging a constitutional coup. “We are in danger of [no longer being] a rule of law nation,” Senator Graham told | Read More »