Malik Shabazz Defends Saddam Hussein
On March 22, 2002, just six months after the September 11 attacks, the New Black Panthers held a closed door meeting. During this meeting Chairman Malik Shabazz, who has been grabbing many a headlines lately after it was said the Department of Justice threw away the 2008 voter intimidation case against the group for “racial reasons”, defended Saddam Hussein and lambasted then widely popular President | Read More »
What’s The Fourth Amendment, Again?
Under President Bush, one of the most controversial of his administration’s anti-terrorism tactics was wiretapping. It ticked off some on the right, worried some in the middle and made the left rage uncontrollably. Now, after falling in line with the Bush administration last year on wiretapping, against his campaign promise– and, according to this writer, even going further than the Bush administration- President Obama’s Department | Read More »
Hope and Change Watch: AG Holder upholding PATRIOT Act.
Actually, in this context ‘same as the old boss’ would be a comfort. To me, at least, if not the folks who made such a hullabaloo over the PATRIOT Act; I’m not worried about the government abusing its authority so much as I worry about it making an utter hash of its attempt to try to use it. But of course said ‘abuse’ was not | Read More »
Remember the Black Panther Lawsuit Obama’s DOJ Dropped?
Turns out the decision to drop the case went all the way up to the number 3 man at the Justice Department — Thomas J. Perrelli. Mr. Perrelli was a Janet Reno flunky when Clinton was in the White House and, naturally, a Barack Obama donor. In this particular case, the career lawyers at the Department of Justice pursued the matter, made all the calls, | Read More »
Seven months since the Wasilla Church Burning…
…and no arrests; no updates; and no real indication that the federal government is taking seriously an organized attempt to murder mothers and children by setting their church on fire. Remember: they used accelerant on the doors. There’s no chance at all this was meant to be a ‘prank.’ Eric Holder recently went before Congress to call for a strengthened hate crimes bill. It occurs | Read More »
Support Citizen Verification
You will probably recall that the Obama Department of Justice has decided not to pre-clear Georgia’s verification process for voting. Under the process, Georgia’s Secretary of State cross referenced voter registration information to drivers license and social security data to make sure what a person claimed was verifiable to ensure only citizens voted in Georgia. When Georgia ran the test, which the Department of Justice | Read More »
Video of Black Panther: “You are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker.”
Yesterday, the Washington Times wrote about Departmnet of Justice dropping charges against Black Panthers and Democratic operatives for voter intimidation. Michelle Malkin tracked down the complaint filed by Bartle Bull. Bull — and Malkin flagged — that one of the Black Panthers told him “you are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker”. Well, it turns out that there is video of it: | Read More »
Department of Justice: Bagram detainees lack constitutional rights.
Dear hardcore antiwar movement: Please take this opportunity to writhe in impotent agony as your man-god twists the knife in your entrails. Love, The neoconservative movement. PS: We won. You lost. Again. PPS: We’ll be sleeping like babies tonight, by the way. It’s one of the perks of being the good guys. PPPS: Now go back to work! President Obama requires your labor and money | Read More »
DoJ files suit over voter intimidation
Election Journal has the story. The DoJ has filed suit against the New Black Panther party to stop them from engaging in voter intimidation in the future. Recall the videos: As shocking as those videos were, they were only played on Fox and local media. The press ignored them. Today, Election Journal confirmed that that one of the named parties is actually a Committee Member | Read More »
DOJ Rejects Obama’s Demand
I’ve just learned that the DOJ has rejected the Obama campaign’s demand for a criminal investigation into third party groups running advertising this election season. The Obama campaign has been stung and thrown off its game by forcefully accurate ads connecting Obama to Bill Ayers and others. The campaign asked the Department of Justice to ignore the First Amendment and criminally investigate the organization, American | Read More »
More Defense Attack Posturing
As the days go by, hot and dry (Arizona is a wonderful place to breath) the people who would be, but are now no longer, continue to set up their defense by attacking.
Oh Those Baaad Republicans
There’s nothing funnier (well, ok perhaps listening to Obama try to ad-lib, maybe) than watching people squirm. The more they do it the more they expose themselves as squirming. The story today is all about B.H.Obama’s hug fest in Germany. Thousands of sheeple gathered to see the new ‘star’ from across the pond. Why wouldn’t they? Everything they see, hear and read from ‘over here’ | Read More »
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