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  • My Wife’s Killer Was Not an ‘Illegal Immigrant’

    10/27/2016 5:40:23 AM PDT · by TigerClaws · 123 replies
    On Nov. 1, 2006, I found my wife, Adrienne Shelly, dead in her West Village office. Adrienne, an actor and filmmaker, had been brutally murdered by a 19-year-old undocumented Ecuadorean construction worker; he later said they were having an argument and, fearing she would report him and have him deported, he killed her and staged her death so it would appear to be a suicide. Our daughter was just 2 years old at the time. Given the anger and grief I still feel, I could easily be seduced by Donald J. Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric that is the cornerstone of his...
  • Young Voters on Climate Deniers: ‘Ignorant, Out of Touch, Crazy’

    07/27/2013 11:50:21 PM PDT · by South40 · 87 replies
    YahooNews ^ | 7/26/2013 | Salvatore Cardoni
    Say what you will about us millennials—we’re a wilting bouquet of narcissistic, socialistic, overeducated, underemployed, tatted-up hipsters who still live at home—but, from this day forward, don’t you dare say we’re climate change deniers. A strong majority (66 percent!) of young independent voters, ages 18 to 34, accept as dogma that man and his dirty deeds are causing, and will continue to cause, climate change—this according to a study conducted by a bipartisan pair of political strategy groups for the League of Conservation Voters.
  • Do I ignore or do I do what he does?

    07/19/2012 10:09:05 PM PDT · by mamelukesabre · 64 replies
    I sick of this obama tool relative of mine. In the last 3 months he has been flooding his facebook account with pro obama, anti conservative, anti libertarian, anti constitution, pro socialism, anti religion, pro gay military, anti capitalism, quasi commie sympathetic bullshit. I'm on the verge of de-friending him. My extended family is of very diverse political beliefs. We generally do not talk about politics much because of this, unless we are certain everyone within earshot is of like politics. Yet this little peon thinks its time to break the age old family mores and go all out for...
  • Rattling the Cage: American Psychos (Says we're "crackpots" & Palin "a defiant ignoramus")

    10/27/2010 4:54:24 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 22 replies
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | October 27, 2010 | Larry Derfner
    In what other country can a movement like the Tea Party , radicalize a major party and steer it to the brink of an historic electoral upheaval? Next Tuesday, a uniquely deranged political party is going to take over the most powerful country on earth. The key word here is “unique.” The Republican Party in 2010 is the only major political party in the Western world, the only one shooting for national leadership, that has been supercharged by crackpots with crackpot ideas – i.e. Tea Partiers, the generic name for America’s xenophobic, libertarian, right-wing Christian conspiracy freaks. There are lunatic...
  • Speier becomes Congress' newest member, is booed by Republicans

    04/10/2008 1:18:19 PM PDT · by SmithL · 97 replies · 362+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 4/10/8 | Zachary Coile
    Newly elected Democratic Rep. Jackie Speier of Hillsborough was sworn into Congress this morning and delivered a fiery speech criticizing President Bush's Iraq policy that led some Republicans to boo and walk out of the House chamber. Speier, who won a special election Tuesday to fill the seat of the late Rep. Tom Lantos, was always an outspoken lawmaker in her years as a San Mateo County supervisor, state Assemblywoman and state Senator. She served notice Thursday that she plans be just as aggressive as a member of the House. "The process to bring the troops home must begin immediately,"...
  • Castro a hero of our times (Incredible Canadian Moonbat Alert)

    02/25/2008 2:20:33 PM PST · by buccaneer81 · 25 replies · 120+ views
    The Daily Gleaner ^ | February 25th, 2008 | R.H. Young
    Castro a hero of our times Published Monday February 25th, 2008 Appeared on page C7 In the Second World War, we soon learned our world was against the kill-to-win policy of the enemies we challenged. I was part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, a major player in winning the air war. In 1945, that world spirit against the killing policy created the United Nations with its goal to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war. Perhaps that is why I see Castro as a hero of our times. Here is a leader of a UN nation who...
  • Rudy's Star Power (Rudy's like Tancredo on immigration!)

    01/30/2007 3:15:39 PM PST · by RepublicanPOTUSin08 · 191 replies · 2,479+ views
    National Review Online ^ | 1/30/2007 | Kathryn Jean Lopez
    A friend of mine was at a fundraiser for Rudy Giuliani in Los Angeles last night. His walkaway thought: “[Rudy] might have a tough time in the primary but he will crush in the general.” Said friend says of last night: “I have to tell you the man is very impressive. When he talks about the war on terror he does so more clearly than anyone I have heard including the President. He doesn't bash the President ever and this was LA where he could really get away with it.” Rudy did an immigration bit that was “to the right...
  • Cruise is "Christ" of Scientology

    01/23/2007 10:37:00 AM PST · by Rutles4Ever · 27 replies · 1,091+ views
    The Sun UK ^ | 1/23/2007 | EMILY SMITH
    TOM Cruise is the new “Christ” of Scientology, according to leaders of the cult-like religion. The Mission: Impossible star has been told he has been “chosen” to spread the word of his faith throughout the world. And leader David Miscavige believes that in future, Cruise, 44, will be worshipped like Jesus for his work to raise awareness of the religion. A source close to the actor, who has risen to one of the church’s top levels, said: “Tom has been told he is Scientology’s Christ-like figure. “Like Christ, he’s been criticised for his views. But future generations will realise he...
  • Mike Pence:Our Last best hope

    07/05/2006 6:01:42 AM PDT · by theworkersarefew · 40 replies · 812+ views
    Human Events ^ | 5-16-06 | Robert Bluey
    President Bush and Senate Republicans have given conservatives little to cheer about lately, but over in the House of Representatives, a band of conservative Republicans have held firm in conservative principles. Thanks to the hard work and determination of Rep. Mike Pence (Ind.), chairman of the Republican Study Committee, conservatives still have hope for the future of the GOP. Pence, the 2005 HUMAN EVENTS Man of the Year and the first member of Congress to start a blog, spoke to a group of 16 conservative bloggers during our weekly bloggers’ briefing today in Washington. Despite the troubles facing his party,...
  • Where Vista Fails

    04/20/2006 10:25:57 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 28 replies · 569+ views
    WinSuperSite ^ | April 19, 2006 | Paul "the MS koolaid drinker" Thurrott
    I'll leave a fuller examination of Vista's broken promises for a later date. For now, let's look at the most current builds we do have--build 5308 and 5342--and see where Vista just completely blows it. As with the broken promises, Vista's failures are legion, but I'll just focus on a few examples here and leave the full list for a later time.

    03/30/2006 4:30:06 AM PST · by carolgr · 15 replies · 867+ views
    Dear American Organized Labor Officials, I am “Lucifer” but you may call me “Satan”. SEE LETTERS FROM LUCIFER... ... I am elated by how you use union resources to advance my issues like abortion or the destruction of the American family through your successful support for the homosexual agenda and same sex marriage. I am the beast of deception, mystification and doubletalk. I am out to exploit your families, destroy your culture, abandon your values, devastate your morality, kill your unborn, turn your children into practicing homosexuals and put America on its knees to my altar. I am lining...
  • Another Ward Churchill

    04/01/2005 6:13:05 PM PST · by Ramstein75 · 46 replies · 1,532+ views
    MegaLinks in Politcal Science (Homepage of Jane T. Christensen, Associate Professor of Political-Science at North Carolina Weselyan College) have to see the website to believe it!!!
  • DISTURBING! The Electric Chair for Katherine Harris and Ken Blackwell

    02/26/2005 1:46:26 PM PST · by mattnaugle · 144 replies · 5,519+ views
    Magic City Morning Star ^ | Feb. 26, 2005 | Stephen Crockett
    The Electric Chair for Katherine Harris and Ken Blackwell By Stephen Crockett Feb 26, 2005, 09:01 I think that Katherine Harris and Ken Blackwell deserve the death penalty for their actions as state election officials in the 2000 and 2004 elections. Current federal law does not permit the death penalty for their actions and Constitutional restrictions make it impossible to give them the electric chair by changing the law. However, I still believe that their actions in a morally sound legal system would see them on trial for their lives! Katherine Harris as the Republican Secretary of State in Florida...
  • This Freeper is switching sides. (Do not panic. Please stay calm. Repeat, please stay calm.)

    01/12/2005 3:27:44 PM PST · by ohioGOP · 439 replies · 5,914+ views
    I decided to change my ways. After a lot of soul searching, I've realized that the GOP does not have my best interests in mind. I can no longer support an administration and a party that cannot look beyond the immediate future and see the long-term consequences of their actions. I've thought about where this administration's policies will leave me and my future family in 30, 40, 50 years....and I do not like the picture. I never thought I would say this, but I'm turning blue. While some of you may call me a jackass, I am now proud to...
  • ZOT! Stem Cell 911

    10/23/2004 11:19:46 AM PDT · by wendyrohm · 63 replies · 1,005+ views
    Author's web site | Oct. 22, 2004 | Wendy Goldman Rohm and Robert Lanza
    Stem-cell 911 By Robert Lanza and Wendy Goldman Rohm Worcester, MA, Oct. 22 (UPI) -- In an unprecedented move, the Royal Society -- Britain's National Academy of Science -- this week asked the United Nations to ignore President George W. Bush's call for a ban on all forms of human cloning, including stem-cell research. What hangs in the balance, on the cusp of the U.N. vote and the upcoming U.S. presidential election, is not only the plight of millions of patients, but also the future of one of the greatest medical advances in the 21st century. It is alarming that...
  • I Can't decide whether to Vote for Bush or Kerry (To zot, or not to zot? Piece of cake.)

    10/23/2004 9:01:48 AM PDT · by Paul manley · 146 replies · 3,716+ views
    I live in a battleground state and I am thinking of voting for Kerry. Sure Bush is tough on the war on terror, but I don't think circumstances will allow President Kerry to be any less tough. Also, with the GOP keeping Congress, I think a divided government will be good fiscally, as Bush ddoes not seem to be able to control runaway spending with his own people in Congress. A divided government will really help to limit the size of government. What do you think, Bush or Kerry?
  • Put Away Your Hankies (Michael Moore's Desperate Plea to The KoolAid Drinkers)

    09/20/2004 4:09:56 PM PDT · by MisterRepublican · 150 replies · 4,873+ views ^ | 9/20/04 | Michael Moore
    Enough of the handwringing! Enough of the doomsaying! Do I have to come there and personally calm you down? Stop with all the defeatism, OK?
  • OUT OF MY HEAD: Everything to Live For '04 (Bush Victory = Mass Suicide?)

    09/14/2004 3:41:11 PM PDT · by MikalM · 120 replies · 3,064+ views
    The Carolinian ^ | 9/14/04 | Joe Killian
    I have friends who refused to watch, listen to or even read Bush's speech to the RNC last week -but I just had to see it. I was working that night, so I set my VCR and came home to the tape at around 1 a.m. It's hard to describe the mixture of nausea and fear that gripped me as I watched this speech. I was offended at the use of the tragedy of 9/11 as political leverage - but, in a strange way, it was almost a relief. The Republicans have finally fully embraced the position they've been hinting...
  • OUT OF MY HEAD: Everything to Live For '04

    09/15/2004 10:46:48 AM PDT · by COURAGE · 69 replies · 2,641+ views
    Carolinian ^ | 09/14/04 | Joe Killian
    Carolinian - Opinions Issue: 9/14/04 OUT OF MY HEAD: Everything to Live For '04 By Joe Killian I have friends who refused to watch, listen to or even read Bush's speech to the RNC last week -but I just had to see it. I was working that night, so I set my VCR and came home to the tape at around 1 a.m. It's hard to describe the mixture of nausea and fear that gripped me as I watched this speech. I was offended at the use of the tragedy of 9/11 as political leverage - but, in a strange...
  • How Kerry Became a Girlie-Man

    09/04/2004 6:09:42 PM PDT · by NavySEAL F-16 · 150 replies · 9,561+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 5 September 2004 | Frank Rich
    September 5, 2004 FRANK RICH How Kerry Became a Girlie-Man ONLY in an election year ruled by fiction could a sissy who used Daddy's connections to escape Vietnam turn an actual war hero into a girlie-man. As we leave the scripted conventions behind us, that is the uber-scenario that has locked into place, brilliantly engineered by the president of the United States, with more than a little unwitting assistance from his opponent. It's a marvel, really. Even a $10,000 reward offered this year by Garry Trudeau couldn't smoke out a credible eyewitness to support George W. Bush's contention that he...
  • Ami go Home

    08/23/2004 5:50:39 AM PDT · by Calusa · 272 replies · 3,228+ views
    Tech Central Station ^ | 08/20/2004 | Tom Goeller
    However, the consequences of such a significant troop withdrawal have a couple of downsides, too, most of all for the Germans. One mostly overlooked but important side effect is the departure of the US troops themselves. With their visible presence of African-Americans and immigrants from Asia and Latin America, they enriched the German shopping malls and restaurants, representing a multi-ethnic society. If they are gone, German society will lose a bit of color, so to speak. This step will play into the hands of right wing xenophobes whose aim is to purify the German nation. Here, by accident, the goal...
  • ZOT! Kerry and Moore UNITED WE STAND

    07/06/2004 4:03:40 PM PDT · by herzhog · 79 replies · 2,241+ views
    Bacon ^ | 7/6/04 | Chris Bacon
    freerepublik The Freeper's Pathetic Attempts at Historic Revisionism Regarding Stalin's "Communism" and Hitler's National "Socialism" -By Chris P. Bacon- July 20th, 2001 It has long been a ploy of the right wing in America, especially with regards to our friends (National Socialists as fervent as Hitler ever was) over at, to convince people that liberal programs such as welfare, gun control, or even public schools are forms of wicked fascism in the truest spirit of Hitler and the "Communists" of the eastern Bloc simply because, in the names of these political dead ends, they included the word socialism. This...
  • George Smith - Clarke Expose' (ZOT!!! Minor League Troll Sent Down from Majors)

    03/31/2004 4:41:25 AM PST · by formerRepug · 32 replies · 242+ views
    I just got done reading the Village Voice piece on Clarke by George Smith. Smith, a faithful democrat, is being widely quoted as a Clarke detractor by those made uncomfortable by Clarke's book and testimony. The thing is, the criticism Smith made of Clarke was done over a year ago and was on the subject of cyberterrorism -- not the sort of terrorism that brought down the world trade buildings. Smith is a pundit on cybersecurity. His thoughts on Clarke are taken out of context in time and subject by those desperately seeking some means to rescue the Bush campaign's...

    02/09/2004 1:20:03 PM PST · by Hank Kerchief · 467 replies · 393+ views
    WOLFESBLOG ^ | February 9, 2004 | Claire Wolfe
    The other day I wrote about a formerly pro-Bush friend turned rabidly anti-Bush in mere months. Could she be part of a trend? So Eric Margolis writes in the Toronto Sun. And not that the polls count for much, but the latest look as if folks would like to take the pruning shears to Bush.'Course, you can't tell it by reading, which (fallen far from its glory days as a vast townhall meeting protesting government abuses) has largely turned into a Bush cheerleading squad, specializing in fancy knee-jerks. But something's moving out there, under the surface.So watch for some...
  • ZOT!!! FR is a zot site.

    02/03/2004 5:19:56 PM PST · by frisahatesite · 113 replies · 530+ views
    2/3/2004 | Reddy Kilozot
  • ZOT: The Return of the King. Not the Lord Of The Rings kind.

    12/29/2003 7:14:01 PM PST · by Fat Kid NW · 219 replies · 1,074+ views
    Overlord Digest ^ | Sven Kittensen
    <p>Okay, so I thought that I could at least have civil debate with INTELLIGENT conservatives, but after posting under a different name, not only were the responses the equivellant of "UH-UH," but I was denied my rights as a citizen of this great country. It appears to me that Free Republic is not interested in FREE SPEECH! I do love the U.S., I just disagree with the jingoism that followed 9/11. I disagree with our leaders purposfully lying to their citizens in order to go to war. I disagree with going to war against the express directions of the UN which was made to council the nations on these issues. I disagree with the nation's presidency being stolen from the rightful owner, the man who truly won the election. I disagree with that stolen presidency being handed to a C average student who has a criminal record and went AWOL when he was supposed to be serving in the military. I disagree with corporations running the government in the new era of pay to play politics. I disagree with the same corporations that run the country, run the news media. I disagree with conservatives instead of listening to what a liberal has to say, they resort to attacking them with (sometimes) drastic immaturity. I disagree with using religion to get votes. I disagree with religion. I disagree with history being written by the victors. I disagree with with the USA PATRIOT Act not only because anyone can be detained for any reason for any amount of time without a trial with a jury of twelve peers. I disagree with the fact it is called the "Patriot Act" and yet there is nothing patriotic about it. I DO agree with the quote "If you are willing to sacrifice freedom for for security, you deserve neither." I disagree with the civilians in this country not standing up and calling for an impeachment for a president that has done far worse than getting a blow job in the oval office. He has LIED, CHEATED, AND MURDERED. I disagree with everyone being angry at Bill Clinton for smoking marijuana but no one criticizes George W. Bush for DRUNK DRIVING and COCAINE use. I disagree with George W. Bush saying in a nationally televised broadcast, "If you aren't with us, you're with the terrorists." This hurt the feelings of about 60% of New York citizens because they not only lost friends and family in the World Trade Center on 9/11, but they also opposed going to war with Iraq. You can imagine the deranged ultimatum this put on those poor Ameericans who had to choose between those who killed their friends and family and the their better judgment to wait for a UN resolution. I disagree with a $350 billion tax that goes directly to the 1% minority of the wealthy. I disagree with the "No Child Left Behind" policy. Standardized tests don't teach children anything but how to memorize test questions. As a teacher, I can only describe it as leaving every child behind. I disagree with arch conservatives on this website saying that I have AIDS because I am liberal and am into homosexual activites. To clear up your mislead statements of slander. I am heterosexual, I do not have AIDS. I have two healthy children that are beautiful and will be entering school in a year. I love my wife and my country. I don't agree with you...but that doesn't mean I hate you or your thoughts. I encourage them. But please stop reacting to someone that you disagree with in an angry passion of blind ignorance. It doesn't solve anything.</p>

    10/02/2003 7:17:19 PM PDT · by TomasUSMC · 98 replies · 248+ views
    Now that the GOP Leadership has put their total support behind the Pro Abortion, Pro Homosexual, Pro Gun Grabbing, Pro Illegal Immigrant Invasion Arnold. They must now contend with what is comming out of the closet. Lets see, assualting women, pro Nazi views. Arnold has already pled guilty in public to the women issues and now (NOW) comes his Pro Hitler Views. He says he admires what Hitler accomplished. Of course he's just talking about Hitler's talking. I wonder whats next. Steriod use during the making of his last flick? And after that? Now we all knew this was comming,...
  • America is for aliens

    10/02/2003 1:38:44 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 23 replies · 183+ views ^ | October 1, 2003 | Paul Craig Roberts
    So you think your government looks out for you? Not nearly as much as it does for aliens. On Sept. 24, Robert Pear reported in The New York Times that the Bush administration has quietly decided to stiff 6 million poor elderly and disabled Americans by denying them Medicare drug benefits. According to the Bush administration, these Americans are already covered under state Medicaid programs. President Bush should read the newspapers. On Sept. 23, Robert Pear reported in The New York Times that "rising costs prompt states to reduce Medicaid further." It seems that the jobless recovery has forced virtually...
  • Zot

    12/12/2002 6:19:24 AM PST · by I luv bush really · 50 replies · 528+ views
  • A Question

    09/26/2002 11:41:48 AM PDT · by philosofy123 · 54 replies · 876+ views
    Out of the 19 Islamic terrorists that attacked America in 9/11, how many Iraqis?Hint-----ZERO Out of the thousands of Islamic militants arrested in the US and Europe, how many Iraqis?Hint----ZERO Where did the US discover there is a new El Quaida terrorist camp? Hint----Iran, not IraqWell, I am not the smartest man in the world, but the above facts should give me a hint on who should be my greatest enemy?