Obama Invents Bush’s Idea

    CNN is reporting that the White House is considering a military trial for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. WOW! What an inspiration! Why didn’t we think of this before? [face in palm]: White House advisers are considering recommending alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed be tried in a military court instead of a civilian one in New York City, a senior administration official told CNN on Friday. | Read More »

    Administration cuts and runs on NYC KSM trial.

    (H/T: @andylevy) Amazing what one Senatorial election can do. Like, say, make a Presidential administration pay attention to local political concerns for a change. The Obama administration has abandoned its plan to put Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, on trial in Lower Manhattan, according to administration officials. The reversal marks the latest setback for an administration that has | Read More »

    Terror Trials in Brooklyn? FORGET ABOUT IT!

    Terrorist trials in Brooklyn? Fuhgeddaboutit! What a brilliant plan, President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder! Year-long terrorist trials in downtown Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn! What could go wrong? Clearly, much better than having the terrorists simply plead guilty at Gitmo! From Tuesday’s New York Times: Brooklyn May Also Play Host to Terror Trials By WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM Justice Department officials are close to deciding | Read More »

    Was Air Force One Used For TOURIST RIDE OVER NYC For VIP’S??

    I was listening to a recap of this weeks news and the whole 9/11 re-enactment with Air Force One came up again, this time framed with the thought; “Of Course The White New About It. That’s Who Ordered It.” It’s not like some teenaged kid sneaked out late at night in mom’s station wagon. It’s friggen AIR FORCE ONE!, THE PRESIDENTS PLANE! Think about it, the guy | Read More »

    E pluribus unum

    Those amazing words State Sen. Barack Obama gave to us at the 2004 address at the Democratic convention: “It is that fundamental belief — it is that fundamental belief — I am my brother’s keeper, I am my sisters’ keeper — that makes this country work. It’s what allows us to pursue our individual dreams, yet still come together as a single American family: “E | Read More »