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  • Percy Sutton: Pro-Communist Obama Enabler, Holder Mentor

    07/08/2013 2:46:40 PM PDT · by joecrusader · 7 replies
    New Zeal ^ | 7-7-2013 | Trevor Loudon
    At Harlem identity Percy Sutton‘s funeral in January 2010, US Attorney General Eric Holder eulogized the man often described as one of his mentors. Speaking to the people gathered in the church’s pews, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called Sutton “one of the nation’s true heroes.” “I admired, respected and worked for him,”  Holder said of Sutton,  who died on December 26, 2009 in Manhattan at the age of 89.  “The opportunities given to my generation were paid for by his…Without him, there would be no me.” Holder, a native New Yorker, continued, saying, “Generations of other African American lawyers...
  • Internal Emails Show Law Journal Rejected Article Because Author Was ‘Incredibly Conservative’

    09/13/2012 4:06:38 PM PDT · by grundle · 6 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | September 13, 2012 | Randy Hall
    When we discuss liberal bias in the media here at NewsBusters, we usually refer to items on television news programs or stories in newspapers across the country, but left-wing intolerance and bias against those who disagree is present in many other facets of our culture, particularly in academia. The latest example of this intolerance for dissent comes out of Harvard University where law students there editing a journal declined to publish an article that was submitted because its author was “incredibly conservative” which made the editors uncomfortable, especially since he had done some work in the past for the hated...
  • Wikipedia editor responds to ‘Critical Race Theory’ edit war

    A Wikipedia article devoted to Critical Race Theory, a controversial legal theory crafted to respond to the alleged role of “white supremacy” in American law, was placed on a temporary editing lockdown over the weekend after bloggers determined that CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien had relied on Wikipedia’s introductory definition of the theory — verbatim — during on an-air debate. A second lock was placed on the article Monday to protect it from politically biased editors who adjusted it following O’Brien’s gaffe. The flurry began after Breitbart.com editor Joel Pollak made a guest appearance on O’Brien’s show to explain a video...
  • Donald Trump: Barack Obama too dumb for Ivies

    04/26/2011 2:35:47 AM PDT · by South40 · 51 replies
    Politico.com ^ | 4/25/2011 | MAGGIE HABERMAN
    Donald Trump is upping the ante against President Barack Obama's legitimacy, raising questions on Monday night about how the president was admitted to two Ivy League schools. Trump openly questioned how Obama, who he said had been a "terrible student," got accepted into Columbia University for undergraduate studies and then Harvard Law School.
  • How Obama Got Into Harvard

    05/28/2010 5:04:22 AM PDT · by Sioux-san · 144 replies · 5,019+ views
    cashill.com ^ | 5/27/2010 | Jack Cashill
    Two years ago I inadvertently began my exploration of the authorship of Barack Obama’s 1995 memoir, Dreams From My Father, with an inquiry into how Obama got into Harvard Law School in 1988. In the summer of 2008, I was tipped to a story that the media were scrupulously ignoring. It involved the venerable African American entrepreneur and politico, Percy Sutton. A Manhattan borough president for 12 years and a credible candidate for mayor of New York City in 1977, Sutton had appeared in late March 2008 on a local New York City show called " Inside City Hall." When...
  • Kagan's Disregard for Constitution While Dean at Harvard Law School

    05/28/2010 11:17:00 AM PDT · by Welshman007 · 10 replies · 259+ views
    Conservative Examiner ^ | 5/28/2010 | Anthony G. Martin
    As most conservative writers have pointed out many times, the present Administration exhibits a shocking disregard and near-contempt for the U.S. Constitution. Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Elena Kagan, is a perfect case in point. (Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan walks towards the office of Sen. Blanche Lincoln, D-Ark., on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)). While Dean of the Harvard Law School Kagan did not require students to study the U.S. Constitution at all. Instead, she required that they study foreign and international law. The implications of such a mindset are enormous.
  • Caption Obama and his new crony (Elena Kagan)

    05/11/2010 10:59:20 AM PDT · by Lucky9teen · 51 replies · 980+ views
    US President Barack Obama(L) nominates Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court at the White House in Washington, DC. US lawmakers were sorting through legal scholar Kagan's thin legal paper trail Tuesday ahead of contentious hearings to vet Obama's latest Supreme Court nominee.
  • Joe Biden On Kagan Opposing School Military Recruiters: 'She Was Right'

    05/11/2010 7:04:47 AM PDT · by ianschwartz · 20 replies · 713+ views
    Kagan Watch ^ | May 11, 2010 | Kagan Watch
    On Kagan opposing military recruiters at Harvard Law: "She was right. ... All during that period, she has reached out to veterans in the law school, she has been at promotions ceremonies, she's recognized veterans coming to the law school. So this is not a single bit of anti-military bias. She does think, and I agree with her, that the don't-ask-don't-tell policy is a very bad policy."
  • Obama planning a Dept of Truthiness?

    05/10/2010 1:37:13 PM PDT · by opentalk · 38 replies · 1,560+ views
    The register (London UK) ^ | 10th May 2010 | Andrew Orlowski
    Is the Obama Administration preparing the ground for a Ministry of Truthiness? The President's latest wide-ranging speech at Hampton University made a halt at a very strange outpost, before moving on to education. Obama, it seems, is vexed by the idea of conspiracy theories. Apparently people aren't thinking the right thoughts. Obama's internet Yoda, Professor Cass Sunstein*, is also besotted with the idea. Two years ago, Sunstein proposed what you might call an 'active government solution' to conspiracies. The best way to counter conspiracy theories, Sunstein and co-author Adrian Vermeule argued, is with the "cognitive infiltration of extremist groups". This...
  • So Is She Gay?

    05/10/2010 10:31:35 AM PDT · by DesertRenegade · 95 replies · 2,396+ views
    The Atlantic ^ | May 10, 2010 | Andrew Sullivan
    It is no more of an empirical question than whether she is Jewish. We know she is Jewish, and it is a fact simply and rightly put in the public square. If she were to hide her Jewishness, it would seem rightly odd, bizarre, anachronistic, even arguably self-critical or self-loathing. And yet we have been told by many that she is gay ... and no one will ask directly if this is true and no one in the administration will tell us definitively. In a word, this is preposterous - a function of liberal cowardice and conservative discomfort. It should...
  • SG Kagan Won't Argue Before Supreme Court Until Next Term

    04/15/2009 8:25:47 AM PDT · by stan_sipple · 6 replies · 438+ views
    Law.com ^ | 4-15-09 | Tony Mauro
    The Justice Department has confirmed reports that Solicitor General Elena Kagan will not argue before the Supreme Court during its next argument cycle starting April 20, which is the final set of arguments for the current term. That means she won't be making her first argument before the Court until next term, which begins Oct. 5. When we wrote in January about Kagan's lack of appellate experience, veteran advocate Andrew Frey of Mayer Brown suggested she should not feel obliged to argue a case this spring, so soon after her confirmation. After she was confirmed by the Senate on March...
  • Suspicious White Powder Letters Postmarked from Knoxville Received in...

    01/22/2009 7:09:51 PM PST · by Cindy · 9 replies · 541+ views
    KNOXVILLE.FBI.GOV ^ | January 21, 2009 | n/a
    January 21, 2009 # Note: The following text is a quote: http://knoxville.fbi.gov/pressrel/2009/kx012109.htm Suspicious White Powder Letters Postmarked from Knoxville Received in New York and Massachusetts On Wednesday January 21, approximately 13 powder-laden envelopes were received at the office of the Wall Street Journal in New York City. The letters reportedly bear a Knoxville, Tennessee postmark. New York City Police Department's Emergency Services Unit and the FBI responded to the scene and are testing the letters to determine whether they contain a hazardous substance. An additional letter was also received today at Harvard Law School addressed to Alan Dershowitz. This letter...
  • Why won't Obama release his college transcripts?

    12/02/2008 5:54:12 PM PST · by EveningStar · 117 replies · 4,093+ views
    As you know, Barack Obama won't release his college transcripts. He has attended Occidental College, Columbia University, and Harvard Law School. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard. So why won't he release his transcripts? A caller to Larry Elder's show yesterday advanced a theory. He says that it's possible that Obama was caught cheating in one of his classes at one of those schools. Your thoughts?
  • Who Groomed Obama?

    10/31/2008 9:39:13 AM PDT · by simicyber · 21 replies · 707+ views
    Traditional Values Coalition ^ | October 29, 2008 | Traditional Values Coalition
    http://www.traditionalvalues.org/modules.php?sid=3437
  • The Wisdom of Solomon

    12/04/2005 9:48:46 PM PST · by Daralundy · 6 replies · 673+ views
    OpinionJournal ^ | December 5, 2005 | GERALD WALPIN
    Law schools adopt an Orwellian theory in an effort to keep the military out. Imagine a college accepting your donation, then saying that you cannot have the same access to the school as all other alumni--but that you must continue making donations. Unbelievable? But that is what most law schools now claim: The U.S. government must continue funding universities to the tune of hundreds of millions, despite their decision to deny military recruiters the same access to students granted to all other recruiters. Tomorrow the Supreme Court will hear FAIR v. Rumsfeld, an appeal from a 2-1 decision by the...
  • Future of Campus (Harvard) Military Recruiting Hangs in Balance at Supreme Court

    12/04/2005 7:07:16 PM PST · by rface · 31 replies · 1,297+ views
    Harvard Crimson (Massachusetts) ^ | Sunday, December 04, 2005 6:28 PM | DANIEL J. HEMEL
    The future of military recruiting at Harvard Law School hangs in the balance as the Supreme Court prepares to hear oral arguments in the high-profile Solomon Amendment case Tuesday morning. In case you’ve tuned out three years of protests and press conferences on campus, here’s the issue in a nutshell: the Solomon Amendment, first passed by Congress in 1994, blocks federal funding for universities that limit military recruitment. It poses a dilemma for Harvard Law School, which requires all on-campus recruiters to sign a pledge saying they won’t discriminate against gays and lesbians. The military, which bars gays and lesbians...
  • HLS To Cooperate With Military Recruiters.

    09/27/2005 2:53:49 PM PDT · by Pikamax · 7 replies · 458+ views
    Harvard Crimson ^ | 09/21/05 | DANIEL J. HEMEL and JAVIER C. HERNANDEZ
    HLS To Cooperate With Military Recruiters Kagan reverses policy after Pentagon threatens to cut off millions in federal grants By DANIEL J. HEMEL and JAVIER C. HERNANDEZ Crimson Staff Writers Harvard Law School will actively cooperate with military recruiters this fall, despite the Pentagon’s refusal to sign the school’s nondiscrimination pledge, Dean Elena Kagan announced last night. Kagan’s announcement marks a reversal of her November 2004 decision to bar Pentagon recruiters from using the law school’s Office of Career Services. For most of the last 26 years, the office has only provided its resources to recruiters who promise not to...
  • Racial Flap Hits Harvard Professor

    04/22/2002 7:36:33 PM PDT · by Jean S · 26 replies · 116+ views
    AP via Newsday ^ | April 22, 2002, 10:08 PM EDT | THEO EMERY
    BOSTON -- A Harvard Law School professor has agreed to temporarily stop teaching a class that has become the center of a controversy sparked by an online racial slur, a university official said Monday. Professor Charles R. Nesson will continue to attend the class, but for the rest of the semester it will be taught by two colleagues, said Todd Rakoff, dean of the doctor of laws program. The professor's decision caps a tumultuous series of events sparked by the Internet posting, including a student walkout. Notes from one of Nesson's first-year tort law classes, posted last month by a...