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Posted on 04/02/2012 9:35:19 AM PDT by Perseverando
Exclusive: Ben Kinchlow weighs in on Martin-Zimmerman issue, Iranian-Israeli crises
I am sitting outside a coffee shop, having a cup of hot tea with my business partner. Lying on the table is my video-enabled iPhone with Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, iCal, email alerts and 1247 contacts with texting capability. Let us not forget news alerts from Fox and CNN, plus apps and email alerts from a couple of consul general offices and other news sources, including the Israeli GPO (government press office) and the Jerusalem Post.
My partner and I have been busy resolving several issues, including the Iranian/Israeli crises.
Do you know that the head of the Iranian government who is attempting to obtain nukes and has threatened to wipe Israel off the map believes the Twelfth Imam is alive and has been hiding in a well for the past 1,300 years?
My partner nods.
We have also clarified that the Arab Spring is really just another step toward a number of new Islamist-dominated governments, now with modern weapons and Western-trained militaries.
You know what else? Except for Israel, there is not one democratic government in the entire Middle East.
My partner looks up from an iPhone and nods again.
What do I think about the Martin-Zimmerman situation? I could be wrong, but it appears there are only two people who know exactly what happened that night. I abhor any act of unprovoked violence, whether by perpetrators or vigilantes, but somewhere along the way, I picked up the idea that this was a nation of laws, with a judicial system to determine guilt or innocence. I know there is pain and/or anger associated with almost any death, especially when violence is involved, but we need solid evidence and unbiased actions by all concerned. Everyone deserves fair and impartial ...
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A young Tennessee couple on a date was carjacked, kidnapped and taken to the rented house of one of the perpetrators. There, the man was repeatedly raped and sodomized with a foreign object. The young lady, it is surmised, was made to watch, as they cut off his penis while he still lived. He was then gagged, his head was covered, his arms and his bare feet were bound and he was led (or dragged) outside the house where he was shot in the back, in the neck and in the back of the head and his body then set on fire.
And the perps:
Thanks for the pics of Channon & Christopher, and the perps.
I’m very sensitive to that case and partly because of the pictures. Look at those men. If I met up with them on a street in broad daylight I’d hope I had a pistol with lots of bullets.
I managed to live this long without knowing the grotesque details of that story, and I regret that I encountered them here. I should have seen it coming.
Number four is a woman, but in a just society would be a corpse.
These are the ‘unfortunate, down-trodden, ex-enslaved’ who have held out their hand and demanded restitution since the early 60’s, and thus, given birth to the triumvirate of Jackson, Sharpton, and Farrakhan. A similar case happened to a woman in the Atlanta area several years ago at the hands on one Anthony Amp Wiley. Think he used a large stick to sodomize, torture and kill her, and the jury had one in the bag who later declared he didn’t vote for the death penalty because Wiley was black, like him.
Liberal world-’Lani Guinier, Professor of Law at Harvard University, writing in the New York Times of June 24, 1997, argues, “But within every racial and ethnic group, test scores go up with family income. One explanation for this may be that students who come from better-off families can afford coaching for the test. Students from wealthier families also have other advantages. They are more likely to have been exposed to books and travel.”’
Real world- Figure 3 shows how math SAT scores increase with family income for both whites and blacks, confirming Professor Guinier. However, black students from families earning more than $70,000 (1995 dollars) score lower than white students whose families earned less than $10,000. Figure 4 shows more of the same for the verbal SAT. Here too, the wealthiest blacks score below the poorest whites. (Complete data can be found in Appendix B.)
Yep! I thought that has been made pretty clear. Oh, and one of them isn't talking.