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  • De Blasio’s Daughter Reveals Substance Abuse (FLASH BACK !!)

    12/23/2014 4:25:56 PM PST · by Kid Shelleen · 10 replies
    NY Times ^ | 12/23/2013 | JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ and MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM
    Days before her father’s inauguration, the 19-year-old daughter of Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio disclosed a history of drug and alcohol abuse that his campaign had taken pains to shield throughout a candidacy that relied heavily on the image of a happy and tight-knit family from Brooklyn.
  • Elian Gonzalez: My time in the US marked me for my whole life

    11/27/2013 6:49:46 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 78 replies
    Elian Gonzalez, the object of a 1999-2000 custody squabble involving Washington, Havana and family members on both sides of the Florida Strait, holds a piece of U.S. legislation directly responsible for what he endured then, Cuban official media said Monday. "They were very sad times for me, which marked me for my whole life. I was never given the chance to have a moment to think about my mother, who as a result of that (U.S.) Cuban Adjustment Act died at sea," the now-19-year-old Gonzalez said last weekend during a Union of Young Communists event. ~snip~ The 1966 Cuban Adjustment...
  • Obama Lies About Red Lines And Blames The World

    09/04/2013 7:46:42 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 22 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | September 4,2013 | Melissa Clouthier
    Today while speaking to the press in Sweden about Syria, President Obama claimed to have never uttered the words “red line”. Here’s what he said: “First of all, I didn’t set a red line,” said Obama. “The world set a red line.” Just a reminder. He did say it. Here’s what President Obama said August 20th: “We have been very clear to the Assad regime, but also to other players on the ground, that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized,” the president said. “That would change...
  • Montclair State University professor who claimed Stalin did nothing wrong still there.

    06/19/2013 4:34:53 AM PDT · by Krosan · 8 replies
    This man is still teaching the students. As he has done since 1970 in Montclair State University in New Jersey.Isn't there anything American people can do?
  • Barack Obama: Red Diaper Baby

    05/23/2009 8:43:23 AM PDT · by WellyP · 80 replies · 2,749+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 23 May 2009 | Andrew walden
    "...No. Barack Obama is a "red diaper baby" who has spent his formative years -- literally from the moment of his birth -- interacting with members and sympathizers of the Communist Party, USA. His mother Stanley Ann Dunham has been described by former classmates as a "fellow traveler." His grandfather Stanley Armour Dunham arranged Obama's mentorship by Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis. Key details about Ann Dunham come from interviews in The Chicago Tribune, March 27, 2007 and the Seattle Times, April 8, 2008..."
  • Barack Obama: Red Diaper Baby

    10/30/2008 12:51:31 AM PDT · by Cincinna · 32 replies · 2,907+ views
    American Thinker ^ | October 30, 2008 | Andrew Walden
    By now most of the American public has heard about unrepentant Weatherman terror bomber Bill Ayers, who discovered the pen is mightier than the sword and so worked with Barack Obama to steer $150 million to their radical cronies via the Annenberg Challenge. In March and April TV viewers were treated to a solid month of "God damn America" from Obama's pastor of 20 years, Jeremiah Wright. Are these simply isolated incidences of Obama using poor judgment in choosing his allies? No. Barack Obama is a "red diaper baby" who has spent his formative years -- literally from the moment...
  • JIM ROBINSON AS THE NEW JOSEPH FARAH - STABBING THE CONSERVATIVE MOVEMENT IN THE BACK [Re:Giuliani]

    04/24/2007 10:22:39 AM PDT · by Al Simmons · 781 replies · 27,258+ views
    On one the few rational minds left around here - but for long | 4/24/2007 | Al Simmons
    About me: Lurker - since 1998 Member - since 1999 In self-imposed exile - since April 2007 The tone of the debate and the attacks on long-time fellow Freepers for the cardinal sin of daring to support Rudy Giuliani in early 2007 around here have really saddened me. Instead of fighting the enemy FR is now imposing an 'ideological purity' test on FR members. The well-oiled train has gone off the rails and Mr. Robinson risks becoming the next Joe Farah - a fellow who started a great website for conservative news and opinions, but who gradually drifted off to...
  • Carl Bernstein: Bush Administraton Has Done 'Far Greater Damage' Than Nixon

    01/24/2007 5:24:38 PM PST · by pissant · 34 replies · 860+ views
    E&P ^ | 1/24/07 | staff
    NEW YORK In an online chat at washingtonpost.com this afternoon, Carl Bernstein, the famed Watergate reporter at that paper and now writing articles for Vanity Fair, took several hard shots at the current Bush administration -- almost every time he was asked about the Nixon era. It came just as news of the death of former Watergate ringleader E. Howard Hunt was circulating widely. After a long explanation of how the American system "worked," eventually, with Watergate, Bernstein said: "In the case George W. Bush, the American system has obviously failed -- tragically -- about which we can talk more...
  • VANITY: Need a copy of opinion piece "Engendering Dissent: No Pity for the new American Heroes"

    03/22/2005 5:32:20 PM PST · by rlmorel · 4 replies · 251+ views
    An opinion piece was published last month in the Spokane Falls Community College newspaper "The Communicator" which was titled "Engendering Dissent: No pity for the new American Heroes" by a person named Lily Morris. I am unable to find a copy of this column, and to avoid soiling my computer by having to email the publication and ask for a back copy, I was hoping someone out there might have copied it.
  • John Kerry’s Red Roots: Richard Kerry’s Left-Wing Legacy

    08/24/2004 8:23:39 PM PDT · by Fedora · 100 replies · 10,891+ views
    Original FReeper research | 8/24/2004 | Fedora
    John Kerry’s Fellow Travellers*A 5-part series exposing John Kerry’s Communist connections.Part 1: John Kerry’s Red Roots: Richard Kerry’s Left-Wing LegacyBy Fedora *NOTE: The term “fellow traveller” as used in this article series refers to someone who is not a member of the Communist Party (CP) but regularly engages in actions which advance the Party’s program. Some apparent fellow travellers may actually be “concealed party members”: members of the CP who conceal their membership. Which of these classifications is applicable to the Kerrys is a question this series leaves unresolved. This series does not argue for any direct evidence of Richard...
  • ZOT!!! Bush will win, trolls will lose what's left of their minds.

    07/08/2004 12:11:41 PM PDT · by shifting · 146 replies · 4,181+ views
    7/8/04 | author
    i am not a democrat or republican. i am saying right now that Bush will lose in November. i'll be back after the election to say i told you so.
  • North Korea says standoff with US at "brink of nuclear war"

    04/09/2004 7:38:23 AM PDT · by yonif · 41 replies · 290+ views
    Channel News Asia ^ | 09 April 2004 | AFP
    SEOUL : North Korea said Friday the standoff over its atomic ambitions was on the brink of nuclear war as US Vice President Dick Cheney headed to the region for talks with key Asian allies. The Stalinist state's official news agency accused Washington of "driving the military situation on the Korean peninsula to the brink of a nuclear war" with plans for a pre-emptive strike on North Korea. Cheney is expected in Tokyo on Saturday on the first leg of an Asian tour that also takes him to China and South Korea. North Korea described six-party talks held in Beijing...
  • ZOT _ Why don't they get it?????????????????

    02/10/2004 6:18:34 PM PST · by c8c3 · 153 replies · 587+ views
    c8c3
    Why don't they get how how can the conservatives not see the truth when it is hanging in front of them. I have studied dictators. I have ingested too much false and unverified information to go on without talking out. Bush is the real dictaor here. I admit that Saddam Hussien was an evil man and that he horrible things, but our actions against him were completely uncalled for. Why did we invade Iraq to begin with? Was it for those ever elusive weopons of mass destruction? Or was it for a more personal gain? Perhaps oil? I challange any...
  • ZOT: Hahahaha! This is too much fun

    01/03/2004 9:27:33 PM PST · by I could start typing anything · 251 replies · 1,796+ views
    Nørsk Fåmily Clåssics ^ | Ingrid Kittensdotter
    <p>It's me Timothy J Toler again. I just keep getting in here don't I? I am like an annoying little bug that you can not destroy. You can ZOT me all you want. I am limitless in this town. You would have to shut down the voicings of the entire conservative redneck city I live in just to stop me.</p>
  • How Free is Free Republic

    12/31/2003 12:12:28 PM PST · by visagoth · 170 replies · 449+ views
    kuro5hin.org ^ | Mon Dec 29th, 2003 at 09:53:55 PM EST | felixrayman
    I didn't find this posted here on FR - so here we go..... How Free is Free Republic? By felixraymanMon Dec 29th, 2003 at 09:53:55 PM EST Free Republic is an online story and discussion site similar to Kuro5hin.org, but with an explicitly conservative bias. The site proclaims itself to be "an online gathering place for independent, grass-roots conservatism on the web." Intrigued, I proceeded to offer some comments to stories there, addressing some factual errors and dissenting with some conservative views. The result was a quick lesson in the right-wing view of free expression. The experiment left an open...
  • Michael Moore on Saddam's capture (BARF alert!)

    12/15/2003 7:02:49 AM PST · by SB00 · 184 replies · 1,778+ views
    Sunday, December 14th, 2003 We Finally Got Our Frankenstein... and He Was In a Spider Hole! -- by Michael Moore Thank God Saddam is finally back in American hands! He must have really missed us. Man, he sure looked bad! But, at least he got a free dental exam today. That's something most Americans can't get. America used to like Saddam. We LOVED Saddam. We funded him. We armed him. We helped him gas Iranian troops. But then he screwed up. He invaded the dictatorship of Kuwait and, in doing so, did the worst thing imaginable -- he threatened an...
  • Liberals on the List: Conservative Students Are Tracking Professors Who Arouse Ire

    12/15/2003 12:30:07 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 47 replies · 576+ views
    ABCNEWS.com ^ | Dec. 13 | Mike von Fremd
    D A L L A S, Dec. 13— University of Texas journalism professor Robert Jensen is an unapologetic liberal who openly expresses his strong views, both in and out of the classroom. "My political views are left," Jensen said. "Some people would call me a radical." In the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, student Austin Kinghorn felt Jensen crossed the line. "We walked in, and he had the overhead projector turned on, and on there was a sentence, 'What is terrorism?' " Kinghorn said. "And Jensen took the next hour and 15 minutes of class to basically make his point,...
  • It's become a billion-dollar franchise, but, for realists, the "Ring" is hollow (PC barf)

    12/14/2003 9:43:51 AM PST · by Joe Republc · 21 replies · 348+ views
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch | 12/13/2003 | Joe Williams
    Maybe it's the pointy ears. Whether we're talking about "The Lord of the Rings" or "Star Trek," I can never fully embrace a franchise where characters wear prosthetic earpieces. Nor, for that matter, am I crazy about swords (whether forged in a lake of fire or capped with a shaft of light), runes, hellhounds or old bachelors in flowing robes. Soon after the "The Return of the King" is released in theaters Wednesday, it will start harvesting millions of dollars and thousands of Oscar votes. Judging by the first two films in the "LOTR" trilogy, I don't doubt that "The...
  • Why ZOT! will be the next President of the United States of America

    11/25/2003 10:14:15 AM PST · by admittedly an opposing view · 130 replies · 552+ views
    <p>Howard Dean is a mainstream candidate; he enjoys support across the broad mainstream of U.S. political opinion, from Greens to Republicans, between and beyond, who particularly appeals to metrosexual confederates. Many of his positions are consistent with those of traditional Conservatives and Libertarians.</p> <p>Howard Dean is not an ideologue; he bases his positions on the facts, and when the facts change he adjusts to the changes.</p>
  • ZOT! You are being fleeced

    10/15/2003 10:02:41 AM PDT · by 847184727965B · 441 replies · 1,547+ views
    The calculator | Today | Mikhail
    Jim Robinson is taking his supporters for a huge ride. Even though he's using this ancient perl/CGI format(that has changed 3 times in 6 years), there's no way in hell it costs $260,000 a year to run FreeRepublic unless Robinson is paying himself and his family at least $225,000 a year. https://secure.freerepublic.com/donate/budget Monthly Expenses Bandwidth $2,700 Technical Services 4,000 Administrative 7,500 Legal Expenses 3,000 Estimated Bank Fees, Insurance, Office Expenses, Maintenance and Repairs, Supplies, Travel, misc. 2,200 $2700 a month for bandwidth? What, he has his own dedicated T1/T3 lines? $48,000 a year for "Technical Services?" You could hire three...
  • You Repugnicans are so Stupid [AM says: This is a ripe one!!!]

    10/08/2003 5:23:51 AM PDT · by 100 days to recall2 · 729 replies · 1,447+ views
    So you think you accomplished something by stealing another election and putting that dummy goon "Ahhnuld" in as Governor. Well he's an idiot just like that other installed resident George (imbecile) W. Bush. The reason California's economy is so bad is the fault of the white house resident and his moronic economic policies. Also, his Enron buddies screwed California with the energy contracts. So after Ahhnie screws California royally and the nation sees what corrupt fools W and the repuggies are, the Democrats will take control of the nation again for 40 years. Hasta La Vista baybee
  • Bush Weakens Ozone Layer Treaty

    07/22/2003 9:28:18 PM PDT · by EdZ · 33 replies · 405+ views
    The Independent (UK) ^ | 20 July 2003 | Geoffrey Lean
    New US demands - tabled at a little-noticed meeting in Montreal earlier this month - threaten to unravel one of the greatest environmental success stories of the past few decades, causing millions of deaths from cancer. The news comes at a particularly embarrassing time for the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, who pressed the President in their talks in Washington last week to stop his attempts to sabotage the Kyoto Protocol which sets out to control global warming: one of the few international issues on which they differ. Now, instead of heeding Mr Blair, Mr Bush is undermining the ozone treaty...
  • A NATION HALF-FULL OF TRAITORS (Lib apoplectic over Coutler-- refuses to read Treason)

    08/02/2003 7:26:04 AM PDT · by DPB101 · 91 replies · 311+ views
    The Daily Telegram ^ | 8/02/03 | Dan Meisler
    Watching Ann Coulter promote her new book on television is like driving by a bad car wreck. It's horrible and ghastly, but, somehow, you can't help but look. That's probably why I've been stopping periodically along the channel-flipping superhighway to hear what this supposedly serious political analyst has to say (not, of course, because she's blond). I even sat and suffered through the sorry spectacle of Coulter being interviewed by Bill O'Reilly, both striving with some success to sound slightly sensible. Coulter makes terribly tasteless, hateful and provocative comments about her political adversaries, then, never changing her doe-eyed, slyly smiling...
  • Streisand: The Lies are Finally Catching Up

    07/30/2003 12:22:42 PM PDT · by presidio9 · 85 replies · 626+ views
    barbrastreisand.com ^ | July 30, 2003 | Barbra Streisand
    Recently, I decided to go back through my website and reread some of the statements I have written and links to articles I have posted. 2003 has been such a tumultuous year already ... Now we have the publicized revelations that the Bush administration exaggerated evidence of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction and falsely implied that there were strong connections between al Qaeda and Iraq. Looking back, however, it is clear that these facts were known even before the war... but the media did not emphasize the story until it was already too late. For example, on March 26th we...
  • A Vast Right-Wing Cry of Treason - Ann Coulter gets McCarthy right—and makes conservatives mad.

    07/29/2003 8:58:58 AM PDT · by M. Peach · 63 replies · 424+ views
    Slate ^ | Thursday, July 24, 2003, at 11:13 AM PT | By Sam Tanenhaus
    Ann Coulter, the right wing's dial-900 girl—a rail-thin, chain-smoking, hard-drinking, big-eyed leggy blonde who winkingly serves up X-rated ideological smut on liberals—is at it again. "Whenever the nation is under attack, from within or without, liberals side with the enemy," Coulter writes—or sneers—in Treason, her follow-up effort to the best-selling Slander. Like its predecessor, Treason sits atop the best-seller charts, riding higher than one of Coulter's signature miniskirts. But this time around, it isn't the liberals who are up in arms; it's the conservatives. Coulter's slurring of Democrats—from Harry Truman (soft on communism) to Tom Daschle (soft on Iraq) —has...
  • Beautiful young shock troops for Bush

    07/28/2003 1:44:23 AM PDT · by DPB101 · 114 replies · 602+ views
    Salon ^ | 7/28/03 | Michelle Goldberg
    At a weekend pep rally in Washington, a thousand college Republicans clap, cheer and party -- and reveal a troubling dark side. Just as presidential Svengali Karl Rove, dressed in a light-gray suit and mint-green striped tie, began to speak Friday at a gala dinner for college Republicans in Washington, piercing whistles sounded. A half-dozen protesters had made their way into the auditorium, and they began to chant something inaudible about George Bush and death. Security staffers ejected them within seconds, but even before they were out the door, hundreds of clean-cut collegians were on their feet, shouting "KARL!...
  • THE BEGINNING OF THE END?

    07/16/2003 5:44:18 PM PDT · by FreedomCalls · 36 replies · 334+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | July 16th, 2003 | Ted Rall
    Bush's Cover-Up Precedes the Scandal NEW YORK--"When it's all said and done," Bush still confidently insists, "the people of the United States and the world will realize that Saddam Hussein had a weapons program." This once again begs the question of presidential dyslexia: You're supposed to find the WMDs before the war, silly rabbit! This bizarro Administration does everything bass-ackwards. The recession is hardest on the poor and middle-class, so Bush gives tax cuts to the rich. When an overwhelming invasion force was needed to secure Afghanistan and Iraq, Rumsfeld sent in a skeleton crew. Now that the citizens of...
  • MAD AS HELL

    07/09/2003 5:16:49 AM PDT · by RoboBush · 153 replies · 572+ views
    Memphis Flyer ^ | CHERI DELBROCCO
    I am happy to announce the WMD’s have been located. For months, we have been told WMD’s are out there. Because of WMD’s, our troops are still suffering casualties daily in Iraq. According to George Bush, Dick Cheney, Don Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, and Condeleeza Rice, WMD’s pose a great threat to the world. Imagine how surprising it is to learn the WMD’s have been prolifterating right here in the good old U.S. of A. Such weapons include psychological, political, and propagandizing devices. Those who launch the attacks know thousands could become more hopeless and apathetic, but their fundamental motive is...
  • Bush and Starr

    07/08/2003 5:36:41 AM PDT · by spoiled goods · 76 replies · 1,130+ views
    I've been reading Sidney Blumenthal's book, The Clinton Wars. I was struck by the similarities between the Starr Inquisition and the way the Bushies "investigated" weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Starr and his office clung to the belief that the Clintons were devious criminal conspirators. “I think it was consistent throughout the office,” Sam Dash said. “Ken ultimately believed it himself. They said, [the Clintons are] powerful, they can cover up, they’re pressuring people to lie. We’re going to stay on it until we get it. It was a hypothesis.” But Starr had no evidence that the Clintons were...
  • TAKE NO PRISONERS: THE ANTI-LEFTLIB CRUSADE OF ANN COULTER

    07/08/2003 11:04:58 AM PDT · by Apolitical · 95 replies · 669+ views
    http://www.iconoclast.ca/newPage1.asp#DN ^ | July 8. 2003 | Murray Soupcoff (The Iconoclast)
    ICONOCLAST DAILY NOTEBOOK.... TAKE NO PRISONERS: THE ANTI-LEFTLIB CRUSADE OF ANN COULTER -- Please Ann, say it ain't so, about Joe!.... July 8 2003: Wow talk about hot! Ann Coulter is sizzling. She's got herself another best-seller on the NY Times best-seller list ("Treason"). She's got thousands of enthusiastic conservative young men panting with lust every time she pops up on Fox, CNN, MSNBC or Good Morning America to flail the leftist establishment, flaunting her long blonde locks, her ever-present plunging neckline and her very tart tongue. And she's got liberal pundits steaming, as she takes after hypocritical liberals, Hollywood...
  • ZOT! You are boring us

    05/16/2003 1:32:54 PM PDT · by redleif · 30 replies · 300+ views
    Lowcountry Now | Friday, May 2, 2003 | John David Rose
  • The war over the judiciary (Ellen Goodman has gone over the top)

    05/15/2003 3:12:21 PM PDT · by TheRedSoxWinThePennant · 21 replies · 414+ views
    boston rag ^ | 5-15-03 | ellen goodman
    <p>COULD SOMEBODY please tell George W. Bush that he is not commander in chief of the judiciary? No matter how ''hot'' he looked in his flight suit, black robes require a cooler demeanor. The administration seems to think that the president has the right to appoint judges the way he can appoint overseers to Iraq. It has forgotten that the Senate is supposed to advise and consent -- and sometimes dissent.</p>
  • Dozen arrested at Kent anti-war rally

    05/05/2003 7:55:17 PM PDT · by Chirodoc · 21 replies · 261+ views
    Cleveland Plain Dealer ^ | 05/05/03 | Sarah Hollander
    Kent- Police in riot gear arrested a dozen protesters at an anti-war rally that spilled off the Kent State University campus yesterday, hours after a peaceful commemoration of the May 4, 1970, student shootings. About 200 police from Kent and surrounding communities stopped a group that police estimated numbered between 250 to 300 marchers after they left campus, arresting 12 on charges of disorderly conduct. Police said additional charges and arrests may follow after the incident is reviewed. None of those arrested were Kent State students. The arrests ended a tense day of uncertainty. A State Highway Patrol helicopter buzzed...
  • Zot admits it supported a previous lying president

    04/25/2003 12:38:26 PM PDT · by pius9 · 112 replies · 314+ views
    ABC News.com ^ | 4/25/03 | John Cochran
  • A day after he was fired, Phil Donahue strikes back at pMSNBC

    02/26/2003 1:50:29 PM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 66 replies · 721+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 2-26-03 | DAVID BAUDER, AP Television Writer
    <p>NEW YORK (AP) --  Phil Donahue struck back at MSNBC on Wednesday for his firing, suggesting the network was too quick to pull the trigger and that it might be trying to "out-fox Fox" with conservative voices.</p> <p>Donahue's political talk show, a distant third in the cable news ratings in his time slot, was abruptly pulled from the air after Monday's show. The show premiered last July 15.</p>
  • Becoming world citizens in the 21st century (MultiKulti White Guilt BARF ALERT!)

    01/17/2003 4:50:04 PM PST · by MikalM · 38 replies · 535+ views
    Portland (ME) Press-Herald ^ | 1/16/03 | Robert Atkinson
    Racism is a disease that affects everyone. Diversity is a statement of fact; multiculturalism is a representation of the value of inclusiveness. The whole Earth is my home. I am part of, and have a loyalty to, all of humanity. These are just a few of the realizations that have become most important to me. Personal experiences - childhood friends of many ethnicities, and young adult travels to Africa, the Azores and Norway, where I was welcomed by strangers and invited into their homes - have allowed me to know what it feels like to be a world citizen, and...