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  • Federal Judge Envisions 'Rape License' for 'Right to Rape'

    09/16/2014 7:17:58 AM PDT · by CharlesOConnell · 27 replies
    The Christian Post ^ | 9/15/2015 | Matt Barber
    https://www.google.com/search?q=rape+Judge+Richard+PosnerJudge Richard Posner advocated issuance of a "license to rape" in a 2011 book he wrote. Posner contradicts the presupposition that it's always wrong for a man to rape a woman. This idea, according to Posner in his 2011 book "Economic Analysis of the Law" (8th edition), is evidently an equally archaic tradition that, like the institution of natural marriage, needs a significant overhaul. Posner writes that perhaps it's time the government begin issuing "rape licenses" since, and based upon an exclusively utilitarian and morally relative cost-benefit analysis, the "right to rape," for some men at least, "exceeds the victim's...
  • Dartmouth College’s radical students threaten “physical action” to get their way

    02/28/2014 8:56:55 AM PST · by Oldpuppymax · 37 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 2/28/14 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    A band of Dartmouth College students has sent an extortion letter to the school’s administration. The group, self-described as “concerned Asian, Black, Latino, Native, Undocumented, Queer, and Differently-Abled students,” wants Dartmouth to yield to its demands under threat of “physical action.” The un-named collection of radicals demand a number of steps be taken by Dartmouth to “eradicate systems of oppression as they affect marginalized communities on this campus.” Taken verbatim, their list of demands are as follows: • Racial enrollment quotas for Black and Latino students to “at least 10 percent each” • “Ensure that 47 percent of post-doctoral students...
  • The Threat We Face

    10/10/2013 7:21:36 AM PDT · by libstripper · 53 replies
    Front Page Magazine ^ | O ct. 10, 2013 | David Horowitz
    I was born at the beginning of the Second World War into a family of high school teachers who were members of the Communist Party, and therefore were actually part of a vast conspiracy dedicated to the destruction of this country, although they would never have looked at it that way, and so-called liberals would be the first to deny it. n those days, the schools were old fashioned enough that my parents did not use their classrooms to indoctrinate students as tens of thousands of university professors and even more K-12 teachers regularly do today. It is also an...
  • The Rise of the Neo-Birchers

    04/30/2013 7:07:38 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 128 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | April 30, 2013 | Paul Greenberg
    A cancer is eating away at a once Grand Old Party, and if the party doesn't wake up and take precautions, it may wind up only a shadow of its better self -- a hollowed-out refuge for haters and paranoids and the kind of ideological parasites that can reduce a major party to a minor one. The historian Richard Hofstadter spoke of a "paranoid style in American politics," and noted its "sense of heated exaggeration, suspiciousness, and conspiratorial fantasy." He called it "an old and recurrent phenomenon in our public life," one that it isn't confined to left or right....
  • Martinsville Councilwoman Offended by Quilt Students Presented as Gift to City Council

    04/26/2013 6:09:44 AM PDT · by sevinufnine · 55 replies
    WDBJ7 ^ | April 25, 2013 | Justin Ward
    A city councilwoman says a quilt made by a group of students should not be allowed to hang in the Martinsville City administration building. She says the quilt is offensive to African Americans. But the students who made it say it showcases what they learned working on a special project. It's a story that's got plenty of people talking.
  • Agenda: Grinding America Down - How Liberals Indoctrinated The US.

    01/22/2013 12:26:05 AM PST · by Jim Robinson · 105 replies
    youtube video ^ | Curtis Bowers
    Why has the American society changed so drastically in the past few decades? How did the feminist movement get started? How did Obama get elected? Why are there so many single parent families? Where is God?
  • Enough is Enough

    09/17/2012 8:17:58 PM PDT · by possum john · 14 replies
    My View of The World ^ | September 17, 2012 | James P. Willis
    If it wasn’t so deadly serious, it would be humorous to watch the Obama administration flailing around trying to explain their utter failures in foreign policy that have led to the current conflagration in the Middle East. Were there warnings, or were the attacks spontaneous? Did they apologize or did they not? Did the movie cause the attacks, or were they the result of the insanity of radical Islam? Does it really matter? No. No matter what we do or what we try, none of this will ever matter. For years, we’ve tried extending the hand of friendship to the...
  • 1 of 6 - Obama & Friends: History of Radicalism (Hannity, Flashback)

    09/14/2012 7:36:57 AM PDT · by Nachum · 8 replies
    Youtube ^ | Oct 5, 2008 | Fox, Hannity
    Special documentary from Hannity's America on Fox News about Barack Obama's associations with terrorists, marxists, and other radical people. This will change your vote.
  • Pacific Education Group: Radicalism for Kids, on the Taxpayers' Dime

    03/19/2012 10:19:24 PM PDT · by Nachum · 2 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 3/19/12 | Joel B. Pollak
    Glenn Singleton’s Pacific Education Group (PEG), which bases its school programs on “Systemic Racism” on Derrick Bell’s radical Critical Race Theory, has caused controversy in school districts across the country—at taxpayer expense. In addition to disputes within the Evanston Township High School district in Evanston, IL -- reported today by Breitbart.com -- PEG has been the focus of debate in school districts from St. Paul, MN to Macon, GA. Yesterday, local media in Macon reported that parents had begun protesting the use of PEG by the school district. As Phillip Ramati noted at macon.com: In his Macon Miracle school improvement...
  • Gingrich And The Battle For American Exceptionalism

    01/23/2012 5:33:56 PM PST · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    IBD Editorials ^ | January 23, 2012
    Election 2012: After a stunning South Carolina primary victory, the former speaker of the House rightly defines the battle ahead as one between the America envisioned by our Founding Fathers and the radicalism practiced by our president. Alinsky, the far-left father of modern community organizing, is not a name you'll see falling from the lips of the liberal media elites. Newt Gingrich said during a recent debate he was tired of their defending the failed administration of President Obama. They're more concerned about Gingrich's ex-wives than with the ideological roots of an administration led by a former community organizer steeped...
  • When Romanticism Trumps Reason, You Get Radical Chic Catastrophes (Radicalism Is Chic Alert)

    11/29/2011 3:51:21 AM PST · by goldstategop · 13 replies
    Rubin Reports | 11/29/2011 | Barry Rubin
    The radical is always the more glamorous. People wear Che Guevara tee-shirts. They don’t wear Samuel Gompers, A. Phillip Randolph, Edouard Bernstein, Karl Kautsky, or Jean Jaures tee-shirts, yet those largely forgotten social democratic and labor heroes achieved far more benefit for reform and workers without murdering a lot of people. Rosa Luxembourg, the nastiest rich spoiled brat in Zamosc, is fondly remembered though her career was a disaster and helped create the conditions that eventually brought about Nazism. Who knows about Frances Perkins, who did far more to help workers and was the first woman ever to be in...
  • Theodore Roosevelt and a Kernel of Radicalism

    09/10/2011 2:23:58 PM PDT · by ProgressingAmerica · 7 replies · 1+ views
    On Uprising Radio, April 2008, Van Jones had this to say: VAN JONES: One of the things that has happened too often to progressives is that we don’t understand the relationship between minimum goals and maximum goals. Right after Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, if the civil rights leaders had jumped out and said, ‘OK, now we want reparations for slavery; we want redistribution of all wealth; and we want to legalize mixed marriages,’ if that had been their…, if they’d have come out with a maximum program the very next day, they’d have been laughed at....
  • Congressional Black Caucus Travels US Cities: Declares ‘War’ on Racist Tea Party

    08/30/2011 5:34:48 AM PDT · by broken_arrow1 · 138 replies
    The Blaze ^ | 08/30/2011 | The Blaze
    ‘This Is WAR’ — Congressional Black Caucus Travels US Cities Using Violent Rhetoric: Declares ‘War’ on Racist Tea Party, Says Tea Party Wants to Lynch Blacks, Calls for Bank Runs, Civil Unrest in Their Neighborhoods and Homes http://www.theblaze.com/stories/this-is-war-congressional-black-caucus-travels-us-cities-using-violent-rhetoric-declares-war-on-racist-tea-party-says-tea-party-wants-to-lynch-blacks-calls-for-bank-runs-civil-unrest-in-th/
  • White House unveils broad plan to fight domestic radicalism

    08/03/2011 8:20:57 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 147 replies
    LA Times ^ | 8/4/11 | Brian Bennett
    The White House announced a strategy to help police, schools and other local organizations counter the threat of domestic radicalism, a broad plan involving federal departments not usually associated with national security. The effort is modeled on anti-gang initiatives developed in the 1990s and programs intended to prevent school shootings like the tragedy at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999. Although short on details, the eight-page outline for the first time called on all parts of the U.S. government, including the departments of Education and Health and Human Services, to devise ways to help communities identify extremist agendas that...
  • Say "Goodbye" to the Dollar

    04/15/2011 5:47:32 AM PDT · by JRNyquist · 52 replies · 1+ views
    JRNyquist.com ^ | april 15, 2011 | Jeff Nyquist
    .. inadequacies and deficiencies of the existing international monetary and financial system.. In 1998 Russian Foreign Minister Yevgeny Primakov, a strategist and master spy, conceived of an economic alliance between Russia, India and China. The purpose of this combination was to counter the international influence of the United States. By now it should be apparent that Russia and China intend to launch an attack against the U.S. dollar. Do we yet realize that such an attack is possible? And have we reckoned the political consequences?
  • Synchronized Cronyism: Emanuel, Tomczak, Pfleger, Trotter, Come Together for Chicago's "Clean Break"

    03/11/2011 9:38:41 AM PST · by PBRCat · 14 replies
    The Chicago Daily Observer ^ | March 12, 2011 | Daniel J. Kelley
    During the challenges to his residency status and the campaign, Emanuel labored to behave himself. Now, that the election results have been certified, he has relaxed his guard and allowed his inner radical self to exhale. If selecting former State Representative Judy Erwin, who was guilty of various ethics violations, to serve on his transition team was not embarrassing enough, Emanuel compounded his errors by naming Father Michael Pfleger and former Fire Commissioner Cortez Trotter to his team of advisors. Former Fire Commissioner Cortez Trotter was criticized by the Department of Homeland Security for having one of the worst interagency...
  • Chavez vows to expedite socialist initiative

    11/29/2010 1:46:16 AM PST · by Scanian · 21 replies
    seattlepi.com ^ | November 28, 2010 | CHRISTOPHER TOOTHAKER, AP
    CARACAS, Venezuela -- President Hugo Chavez is vowing to accelerate his drive to turn Venezuela into a socialist state and urging his supporters to become "true revolutionaries" as they prepare for crucial political battles ahead. "Radicalize the revolution!" Chavez trumpeted in a newspaper column published on Sunday, calling on his allies to "create truly revolutionary groups; the vanguard of the people, a party and movement that guarantees the construction of socialism." The president's party is gearing up for next weekend's local elections of two state governors and eleven mayors, including the head of Maracaibo, Venezuela's second-largest city. Pro-Chavez candidates hope...
  • Radical Recess Appointments Reveal the Real Obama

    08/23/2010 9:17:12 AM PDT · by NetRight Nation · 2 replies
    NetRight Daily ^ | August 23, 2010 | Rick Manning
    During the presidential election campaign, Obama supporters regularly dismissed those who thought that his association with the Weathermen Underground leader, terrorist bomber, and alleged murder, William Ayers was a window into candidate Obama’s beliefs. These same Obama supporters told anyone who would listen that it was unfair to associate Obama’s philosophy based upon the radical liberation theology and outright hatred for America presented by his pastor of over twenty years. We were assured that his wife’s famous statement during the presidential campaign that “for the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country” should be ignored,...
  • Conservative and Latino

    07/13/2010 1:49:11 AM PDT · by Scanian · 17 replies · 1+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | July 13, 2010 | Gil Dominguez
    Because I am a Latino, most people automatically assume that I am either a liberal or a Democrat, or both. In fact, I am one of those rare creatures: a conservative Hispanic. The unfortunate truth is that the majority of Latinos in my hometown of San Antonio and elsewhere are Democrats, even though they may not share all of the national party's social views or vote in every election. About the only Latino group that is an exception are the Cubans. Party identification is an inherited family trait, passed down from generation to generation. My wife and I, however, have...
  • Anything but moderate

    03/19/2010 3:05:09 AM PDT · by Scanian · 15 replies · 380+ views
    NY Post ^ | March 19, 2010 | Rich Lowry
    One of President Obama's great political gifts is his moderate demeanor -- cool, reasoned, self-contained. It masks the frank immoderation of everything about his final push on health-care reform. His liberal admirers call him a centrist. He hasn't tried to pass a single-payer system, has he? But Obama is in Washington, not Ottawa. Single-payer couldn't pos sibly pass. Nor could the public option, which he supported until it reached its absolute expiration date. These aren't principled acts of centrism; they're unexceptional adjustments to reality. Obama supports the leftmost plausible bill. It's as expansive and expensive as possible without getting so...
  • Baring the Bam myth

    02/24/2010 3:08:59 AM PST · by Scanian · 7 replies · 672+ views
    NY Post ^ | February 24, 2010 | Michael Goodwin
    Something very good al ready has happened as a result of President Obama's strange entry into the health-care sweepstakes. Think of it as the death of a myth. The myth was that Obama was an innocent bystander caught between evil forces. As supporters describe it, the president was trapped on one side by tone-deaf Democrats and on the other by obstructionist Republicans. If only the leaders of the two parties were as smart and honest as Obama, Washington would be a marvel of efficiency and progress. As Exhibit A, Obama dead-enders promised the sun of health care would shine on...
  • Dick Morris and the crusade against ObamaCare

    12/01/2009 3:21:57 AM PST · by Scanian · 6 replies · 976+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | December 01, 2009 | Claude Sandroff
    Until recently, this political epitaph might have been written for Dick Morris: An amoral, but brilliant consultant, strategist, and analyst -- the man who kept Bill Clinton in, and Hillary Clinton out, of the White House. By selling the strategy of triangulation to Bill Clinton, Morris successfully neutered the Gingrich revolution of 1994. But he also neutered the worst political impulses of Bill Clinton (Morris couldn't do anything about the sexual ones) and forced Clinton to work with the Republican congress to balance budgets and reform welfare. But Dick Morris is doing his best work now in his crusade against...
  • Alleged Seattle Cop Killer is 'Terrorist'

    11/08/2009 12:25:52 PM PST · by Baladas · 33 replies · 1,429+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 11-08-09 | staff
    SEATTLE, Washington (Nov. 8) - A suspect in the shooting of a Seattle, Washington, police officer is also believed to be behind the bombing of four police cars, Seattle Assistant Police Chief Jim Pugel said at a press conference Saturday. Christopher Monfort, 41, remained hospitalized in serious condition after being shot by officers during a confrontation Friday. "This man, from everything that we can tell, appears to be a lone domestic terrorist," Pugel said. Monfort was in custody at the hospital, but no charges had yet been filed, a Seattle police spokeswoman told CNN. Charges could be filed as early...
  • Take a look at Hasan's old mosque

    11/07/2009 4:01:40 AM PST · by Scanian · 21 replies · 1,062+ views
    NY Post ^ | November 7, 2009 | STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
    What interpretation of Islam influ enced Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan? As often before, the trail leads to the official sect of Saudi Arabia -- known as Wahhabism to most of us of who denounce it. Confronting the role of radical Islam here is not Islamophobic, but common sense -- and the first response moderate Muslims themselves will have. Hasan, though born in America, refused to have his picture taken with women -- an attitude distinct to fundamentalist radicalism among Muslims. The Prophet Mohammed cautioned his followers that when they go to live in non-Muslim lands they must accept the laws...
  • Recommended Reading: Saul Alinsky, The American Organizer

    11/04/2009 6:27:08 PM PST · by EagleUSA · 16 replies · 1,165+ views
    National Education Association (NEA) Website ^ | Not Posted | National Education Association
    Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky Vintage; Reissue edition (October 23, 1989) Buy It An inspiration to anyone contemplating action in their community! And to every organizer! Saul Alinsky wrote the book on American radicalism - two books, in fact: a 1945 best-seller, "Reveille for Radicals" and "Rules for Radicals" in 1971. The "Reveille" title page quotes Thomas Paine... "Let them call me rebel and welcome, I feel no concern from it; but I should suffer the misery of devils, were I to make a whore of my soul." Saul Alinsky, who was a labor and civil-rights activist from the...
  • Recommended Reading: Saul Alinsky, The American Organizer

    11/04/2009 6:27:05 PM PST · by EagleUSA · 1 replies · 484+ views
    National Education Association (NEA) Website ^ | Not Posted | National Education Association
    Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky Vintage; Reissue edition (October 23, 1989) Buy It An inspiration to anyone contemplating action in their community! And to every organizer! Saul Alinsky wrote the book on American radicalism - two books, in fact: a 1945 best-seller, "Reveille for Radicals" and "Rules for Radicals" in 1971. The "Reveille" title page quotes Thomas Paine... "Let them call me rebel and welcome, I feel no concern from it; but I should suffer the misery of devils, were I to make a whore of my soul." Saul Alinsky, who was a labor and civil-rights activist from the...
  • Recommended Reading: Saul Alinsky, The American Organizer

    11/04/2009 6:27:01 PM PST · by EagleUSA · 6 replies · 539+ views
    National Education Association (NEA) Website ^ | Not Posted | National Education Association
    Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky Vintage; Reissue edition (October 23, 1989) Buy It An inspiration to anyone contemplating action in their community! And to every organizer! Saul Alinsky wrote the book on American radicalism - two books, in fact: a 1945 best-seller, "Reveille for Radicals" and "Rules for Radicals" in 1971. The "Reveille" title page quotes Thomas Paine... "Let them call me rebel and welcome, I feel no concern from it; but I should suffer the misery of devils, were I to make a whore of my soul." Saul Alinsky, who was a labor and civil-rights activist from the...
  • School Chief Sticks By 'Zero Tolerance' Ruling for Eagle Scout

    10/16/2009 10:56:47 AM PDT · by broken_arrow1 · 154 replies · 4,090+ views
    FOXNEWS.com ^ | October 16, 2009 | Joseph Abrams
    Call him Mr. Zero Tolerance. The upstate New York school superintendent who suspended an Eagle Scout for 20 days for keeping a 2-inch utility knife locked in his car is unwilling to speak to the teen's family or bend in his ruling. Lansingburgh Central School District Superintendent George J. Goodwin, 55, said in a written statement that his district "has an established policy of zero tolerance with respect to the possession of weapons of any kind on school property or in school buildings." But nowhere in the school district's rule book, which is published online, is there any mention of...
  • Sowing the seeds of destruction

    09/20/2009 1:28:22 AM PDT · by Scanian · 7 replies · 900+ views
    NY Post ^ | September 20, 2009 | GINGER ADAMS OTIS and TIM PERONE
    Very, say longtime watchers of the extreme leftwing group that sprouted out of a radical 60s anti-government movement. For decades ACORN has presented itself as a grassroots network dedicated to improving the lives of the poor. But there's more to ACORN than its do-gooder veneer. Just ask the banks, corporations and politicians who've been the target of ACORN's shameless shenanigans over the past 40 years. Here's how the tiny seed of 1960s radicalism blossomed into a well-funded, national organization with political connections reaching all the way to the White House:
  • Making the grade in the community [Compulsory Volunteerism: it's a graduation requirement]

    09/08/2009 10:27:01 PM PDT · by tsomer · 14 replies · 1,072+ views
    The Times of Trenton ^ | Sept. 8, 2009 | Lisa Rich
    "Now the college utilizes resources from the Bonner Center for Civic and Community Engagement to make the effort as efficient as possible. The Bonner Center student scholars are charged with organizing the 1,000-plus freshmen into service areas, and then coordinating yearlong activities from which students can meet their requirements."
  • Michael Moore reads "The Coming Insurrection" - Invisible committee

    09/08/2009 8:38:19 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 19 replies · 2,109+ views
    Hollywood Reporter ^ | August 18th
    THR: What's the last movie you saw? The last book you read? Moore: A Norwegian film called "Troubled Water." Best drama I've seen this year. The last book was "The Coming Insurrection" (a French leftist call-to-arms manifesto that has been labeled a "manual for terrorism" by the French government). I'm also reading the daily newspaper religiously, considering how there won't be any to read a year from now.
  • Obama's Plan to Desecrate 9/11

    08/24/2009 4:23:38 AM PDT · by Scanian · 199 replies · 10,739+ views
    The American Spectator ^ | August 24,2009 | Matthew Vadum
    The Obama White House is behind a cynical, coldly calculated political effort to erase the meaning of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks from the American psyche and convert Sept. 11 into a day of leftist celebration and statist idolatry. This effort to reshape the American psyche has nothing to do with healing the nation and everything to do with easing the nation along in the ongoing radical transformation of America that President Obama promised during last year's election campaign. The president signed into law a measure in April that designated Sept. 11 as a National Day of Service, but...
  • The Apollo Alliance ( what are they building ? ) (VIDEO)

    07/30/2009 7:04:41 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 5 replies · 1,572+ views
    Glenn Beck via RBO ^ | July 29th | Procrustes
    Below Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck explains the Apollo Alliance on his July 28 show. Beck mentions the Obama administration’s “stimulus” blueprint, “The New Apollo Program: Clean Energy, Good Jobs,” which you can read here.
  • A question of legality, or more properly, a question of what is better for our country?

    07/12/2009 2:46:43 PM PDT · by mapmaker77 · 4 replies · 354+ views
    Just a thought | 12JUL'09 | mapmaker77
    Which of these acts are illegal in the USA? Defending your country against suicidal terrorists who have no compunction about killing anyone who gets in their way, OR, Being the nobel prize winning co-founder and spokesman of a cult? I'll be really curious to see if anything comes of this, but I will say this: We have come to a place where some judge is going to rule on the legality of defending yourself and your country against bloodthirsty barbarians. But it's apparently OK to try to wreck the economy and indoctrinate our children into some pseudo-religious nonsense like a...
  • Radicalism, Rewarded

    06/24/2009 2:15:30 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 1 replies · 298+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | June 24, 2009 | Guy Benson
    There’s never been a better time to be an enemy of the United States of America. Whether you’re a trained jihadist in US custody, a diminutive cult leader starving his own people while developing nukes, or part of a ruthless regime that murders dissidents in broad daylight, you can rest assured that the United States government is unlikely to act—or perhaps even speak—in a manner likely to disrupt your daily routine. While invoking “our values,” hailing the importance of American humility, and rejecting the “failed policies of the past,” the current administration is projecting a dangerous image to the world....
  • Seminar in Shamelessness

    05/19/2009 4:06:23 AM PDT · by Scanian · 4 replies · 550+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | May 25, 2009 | Mary Katharine Ham
    Baltimore Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn gave a seminar in shamelessness last week. On the road to promote their new book Race Course Against White Supremacy, the radical couple sat in armchairs on a small stage at Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library, conducting a "dialogue" instead of the usual book-tour speech. Ayers wore the uniform of an aging professor whose grasp on hipness is as thin and worn as the knees of his jeans. A sport coat nods to professionalism, while his T-shirt bespeaks authenticity. Thanks to a media blitz during the presidential campaign last year highlighting Ayers's connections to...
  • Harassment, Islamic Radicalism Drive Flight of Palestinian Christians

    05/15/2009 1:06:09 PM PDT · by Nachum · 223+ views
    CNS News ^ | 5/15/2009 | Patrick Goodenough
    CNSNews.com) – Standing alongside Pope Benedict XVI in Bethlehem this week, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas blamed Israel for the emigration of Palestinian Christians, but researchers say the reasons for the declining numbers of Christians in the place of Jesus’ birth are considerably more complex.
  • The Notional Dangers of the Fictional Far Right

    05/08/2009 2:27:37 AM PDT · by Scanian · 3 replies · 610+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | May 08, 2009 | Bruce Walker
    Arlen Specter has left the Republican Caucus and become a Democrat. Why? The ostensible reason was because Republicans were dominated by the far right. DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano issued a dire warning to watch out for members of the far right in combating the nonexistent threat of "domestic terrorism." Again, the far right is the bogeyman. Listen to Nancy Pelosi or Barney Frank or MSNBC reporters or the New York Times. What is the mythical danger? It is the "far right." Now, the far right of the liberals' imagination simply does not exist. Those accused of representing the mythical "far...
  • America's 'November Revolution'

    04/19/2009 4:33:29 AM PDT · by Scanian · 19 replies · 1,126+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | April 19, 2009 | John Griffing
    "Rule one: Never allow a crisis to go to waste. They are opportunities to do big things." - Rahm Emmanuel In our recent election, many Americans voted for a Savior, not a president. Americans were enamored with the idea of making history in this election, and in that sense we have gotten what we wanted. Unfortunately, Barack Obama is the wrong man, and this is definitely the wrong time. In fact, the timing couldn't be worse. We have in recent years vastly expanded the powers and autonomy of the Executive Branch, removing checks and balances along the way. Owing in...
  • Obama Tries to Rally World to Cope With Crisis

    04/01/2009 11:37:43 AM PDT · by EagleUSA · 4 replies · 424+ views
    Fox News / Politics ^ | 04/01/2009 | EagleUSA
    LONDON -- On the eve of a global economic summit, President Barack Obama promised world leaders he would listen, not lecture, as they seek a common fix to the financial crisis. "We can only meet this challenge together," he said Wednesday as the U.S. and Russia spoke on the summit sidelines about nuclear warhead reduction. The flurry of diplomacy came as Obama stepped on the world stage for the first time as president, aiming to shore up both America's economy and its reputation across the globe. He met with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Chinese...
  • Jihadi dispute points to deeper radicalism among youths

    03/26/2009 2:13:36 PM PDT · by Nachum · 2 replies · 262+ views
    CNS monitor ^ | 3/26/09 | Caryle Murphy
    RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - In yet another fissure within radical Islamist networks, one of the world's most influential jihadi theologians is coming under fire from some former followers for allegedly moderating his views – a claim he denies. The attacks on Jordanian cleric Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, who was spiritual adviser for the late Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq, are significant because of Mr. Maqdisi's longtime stature as a revered spiritual mentor who legitimizes violence with his religious interpretations of Islamic sacred texts.
  • Another 70's radical freed

    03/24/2009 2:51:33 AM PDT · by Scanian · 6 replies · 681+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | March 23, 2009 | Thomas Lifson
    Sara Jane Olsen, the former Symbionese Liberation Army radical who was a fugitive from justice for a quarter of a century, has completed half of her 14 year prison sentence in California for placing shrapnel-laden pipe bombs under LAPD squad cars, and being an accessory to a bank heist murder in Carmichael, California, in 1975, and was released on parole. Prior to going on the lam, she was known as Kathleen Soliah, part of the gang of thugs who kidnapped, gang raped, and ransomed Patty Hearst, among other crimes. Gary Larson describes her return to her native Minnesota (where she...
  • More problematic pastors for Obama

    03/15/2009 9:38:31 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 8 replies · 967+ views
    American Thinker ^ | March 15, 2009 | Ed Lasky
    The New York Times published an article on the pastors to whom Barack Obama has reached out. Having thrown his longtime pastor Jeremiah Wright, Junior under the bus during the campaign, when his radical views became a political problem, he is in need of spiritual counsel or a least cover. The disturbing point is that of the 5 pastors listed, Jim Wallis is the only one credited with influencing Obama on policy issues. Why might this be a cause of concern? The New York Times reports: The pastor in the circle who has known Mr. Obama the longest is Mr....
  • Channeling the Young Patrick Henry

    03/14/2009 3:21:06 AM PDT · by Scanian · 18 replies · 670+ views
    The American Spectator ^ | March 13, 2009 | Quin Hillyer
    If this be treason, make the most of it. No, not treason against this wonderful nation. But this column may sound suspiciously like treason against the cult of Obama, and against his hagiographers in the establishment media, and against the very idea that this president actually loves this nation's liberal, republican, constitutional order. Consider this also to be treason against the myth that our president is a man of deep, or even average, integrity. Barack Obama is a radical's radical and a man whose ego vastly outstrips his prior accomplishments. He is dangerous, and after just seven weeks he already...
  • FBI in mosques upsets Muslims

    03/02/2009 1:09:01 PM PST · by chuck_the_tv_out · 29 replies · 730+ views
    AP ^ | Monday, March 2, 2009 | AP hack
    The revelation that the FBI planted a spy in a Southern California mosque was explosive news in a Muslim community that has long suspected the government of even broader surveillance. Muslim-American organizations have demanded an inquiry. Some say the news has rattled their faith in American democracy. Despite the reaction, former FBI agents and federal prosecutors say spying on mosques is still one of the government's best weapons to thwart terrorists and that the benefit to national security is likely to far outweigh any embarrassment to the agency. "What matters to the FBI is preventing a massive attack that might...
  • Obama's Revenge

    02/16/2009 3:46:30 AM PST · by Scanian · 21 replies · 2,562+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | February 15, 2009 | Joan Swirsky
    Once upon a time, a white teenager from Kansas got pregnant by her black Kenyan boyfriend, Barack Obama Sr., or was it her husband? Whatever. (I say whatever because we’ve never seen either marriage or divorce certificates). Some say the couple was in Kenya visiting relatives when the birth of their son, Barack Obama Jr., occurred. No matter. (I say no matter because we’ve never seen an authentic birth certificate). By the time the baby was two years old his father abandoned him for his other wife and child in Kenya. I wonder how toddler Barry felt when his father...
  • The Democrat Promise: Saul Alinsky and His Legacy

    02/06/2009 10:31:22 AM PST · by EagleUSA · 7 replies · 731+ views
    ITVS.org ^ | 02/06/2009 | EagleUSA
    Few know it today, but Chicago was the birthplace of a powerful grassroots social movement that changed political activism in this country. "Community Organizing" was pioneered in Chicago's old stockyards neighborhood by the soberly realistic, unabashedly radical Saul Alinsky. Alinsky's hard-nosed politics were shaped by the rough and tumble world of late 1930's Chicago. Back then, the city, still in the grips of the Great Depression, was controlled by the Kelly-Nash political machine and by Frank Nitti - heir to Al Capone's Mafia empire. In 1938, with a freshly minted graduate degree in criminology from University of Chicago, Alinsky went...
  • Conason: Don't Worry, Liberals--Obama Still Planning Radical Change

    11/27/2008 7:57:53 AM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 30 replies · 1,428+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    Joe Conason's column should be as chilling to conservatives as it is meant to be comforting to liberals. His message: don't be distracted by the centrist-seeming appointments Pres.-elect Obama has made to his economic team. He remains as committed as ever to his radical agenda. Conason's commentary appears this morning at Rasmussen Reports. Key lines [emphasis added]: "[W]hen liberals point to Summers and other members of the Obama team, crying betrayal, they misunderstand the strategy behind those appointments. The most important thing to remember about the president-elect as he prepares to govern is that he takes the long view --...
  • Osawatomie: the Weather Underground newspaper [prelude to Obama!!]

    11/01/2008 11:37:33 PM PDT · by Enchante · 25 replies · 1,352+ views
    Zombietime ^ | 11/01/08 | Staff
    Zomblog has obtained an extremely rare copy of the first issue of Osawatomie, a newspaper published by the Weather Underground in 1975. Noteworthy passages are reproduced below, along with exact transcriptions. The full pages, with each passage in context in high resolution, are found at the bottom of this post. Much of Osawatomie, which was written at a time when the Dohrn-Ayers wing of the Weather Underground was transitioning from terrorism to “working from the inside” for revolution, concerns itself with the need to encourage “organizers” who will work in “communities” and use “audacity” to bring about “socialism” in America....
  • Fifty years of dispossession [Edward Said Rants Against Israel in 1998]

    10/29/2008 3:59:44 PM PDT · by Enchante · 20 replies · 434+ views
    Al-Ahram Weekly On-line ^ | 7 - 13 May, 1998 | Edward Said
    In the United States, celebrations of Israel's fifty years as a state have tried to project an image of the country that went out of fashion since the Palestinian Intifada (1987-92): a pioneering state, full of hope and promise for the survivors of the Nazi Holocaust, a haven of enlightened liberalism in a sea of Arab fanaticism and reaction. On 15 April, for instance, CBS broadcast a two hour prime-time program from Hollywood hosted by Michael Douglas and Kevin Costner, featuring movie stars such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kathy Bates (who recited passages from Golda Meir minus, of course, her most...