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  • Checks & Balances are DEAD; What Other Agencies are the Administration Abusing?

    "Failure to Supervise" is the charge in the civil action being leveled by the SEC against legendary hedge fund manager Steve Cohen. This story has been running ad nauseum on CNBC since Friday afternoon. There is little information to go on but my conjecture is that this is another agency being directly used and abused by the Obama Administration to accomplish greater control over anything financial. Based up the well established pattern, his finger prints can be found anywhere intimidation is being exerted by government agencies. The default assumption with this President should be that every federal agency is being...
  • Conservative Comedian Gets Death Threats Following Anti-Muhammad Video

    05/24/2013 6:58:32 AM PDT · by StevenCrowder · 33 replies ^ | 05/24/13 | Steven Crowder
    Just an update after the original video post. Ah, the religion of peace...
  • What ever became of the assault on Steven Crowder?

    04/08/2013 5:47:03 PM PDT · by Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America · 15 replies ^ | April 08, 20123 | Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America
    What ever happened to the man who punched Steven Crowder? He's allegedly a union official by the name of Tony Camargo. Here's a photo of him throwing a punch at Crowder. Was he ever prosecuted for the assault?
  • Halloween REDISTRIBUTION! (Hidden Camera)

    10/30/2012 6:25:50 PM PDT · by StevenCrowder · 40 replies ^ | 10/30/2012 | Steven Crowder
    In the video, there is a hidden camera set-up while trick'or'teaters candy gets "redistributed." The kids are HYSTERICAL and prove just how unfair progressive taxation is!!
  • State to pay legal fees in land claim suit

    04/13/2006 9:29:35 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 1 replies · 190+ views
    WATERLOO, N.Y. --New York state has agreed to pay most of the legal fees incurred by counties in opposing Indian efforts to put land into federal trusts. Seneca County had been seeking reimbursement from the state since the trust process began a year ago. The state originally refused to pay, citing an opinion by the state attorney general's office. However, Seneca County Attorney Steven Getman said Attorney General Eliot Spitzer said this week that state law allowed reimbursement to counties for legal costs associated with defending the claims. Getman said the state agreed to pay both future costs and approximately...
  • Appeals court refuses to rehear Cayuga decision (Indian Land Claim gets tossed)

    09/08/2005 2:44:12 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 18 replies · 527+ views
    WSTM TV SYRACUSE NY ^ | 9/8/05 | wire
    WATERLOO, N.Y. The Cayuga Indian's 25-year-old land claim will not get a second look from a federal appeals court. Seneca County Attorney Steven Getman says today's decision by the Second U-S Circuit Court of Appeals is another victory for property owners. The Cayuga Indian Nation of New York and the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma had asked for a rehearing after the court's split decision in June. The decision said the tribe was not entitled to a 248 (m) million land claim judgment awarded by a lower-court jury. Today's decision cited an earlier U-S Supreme Court ruling in a separate case...
  • Supreme Court Will Not Hear [Cayuga Indian] Land Claim

    05/15/2006 2:19:45 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 6 replies · 727+ views
    The US Supreme Court has announced it will not hear an appeal of the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruling throwing out the Cayuga land claim. Seneca County Attorney Steven Getman says the ruling means the end of the more than two decade old land claim. The Cayuga and Seneca-Cayuga Indians had asked the Supreme Court to review the lower court ruling, saying the Appeals Court incorrectly cited the Sherill case involving the Oneida Indians in throwing out the quarter billion dollars awarded the Indians. The focus of the battle between the Indians and governments in Seneca and Cayuga Counties...
  • Federal official says Cayuga Indian land could be subject to foreclosure

    09/28/2005 8:55:35 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 3 replies · 369+ views
    The Auburn NY Citizen Copyright © 2005 ^ | Wednesday, September 28, 2005 11:28 AM EDT | By The Citizen
    AUBURN NY--A federal Department of Interior official said the U.S. Supreme Court's city of Sherrill v. Oneida Indian Nation decision applies to the Cayuga Nation's purchase of land within their land claim area on the open market. Based on the Sherrill decision, when taxes are not paid, the Cayuga Nation's property would be subject to foreclosure, Associate Deputy Secretary James Carson wrote in a Sept. 22 letter to U.S. Rep. Sherwood Boehlert, R-New Hartford. Boehlert had contacted the department of behalf of Seneca County attorney Steven Getman. Carson wrote that questions about the legality of the tribe's bingo halls in...
  • Mother Loses Support, Custody for Interfering With Father's Rights

    12/08/2011 7:59:52 PM PST · by Behind Liberal Lines · 53 replies
    NY Law Journal ^ | 12/09/11 | John Caher
    A mother who "deliberately and unjustifiably frustrated" a father's attempts to visit his child was appropriately stripped of child support and primary custody, an appellate panel in Albany has held. The Appellate Division, Third Department, unanimously affirmed a Schuyler County Family Court judge in a case where the custodial mother had repeatedly hindered her estranged husband's efforts to establish relations with his daughter, even though the father made no attempt to enforce his visitation rights for six years. Luke v. Luke, 510880, centers on a child born in 2001 to Melvin W. and Heidi L. Luke. The Lukes, who are...
  • Hawaii Department of Health Actively Covering for Obama's Changed Vital Record

    01/13/2010 11:41:11 AM PST · by urtax$@work · 37 replies · 2,482+ views
    The Post & Email ^ | JAN. 10, 2010 | Nellie Esquire
    HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ACTIVELY COVERING FOR OBAMA’S CHANGED VITAL RECORD by Nellie Esquire (Jan. 10, 2010) — People are asking how so many terrorist red flags could be overlooked by so many. The answer is, that they have been overlooked the same way these “birther” red flags were not only overlooked, but ridiculed. Some examples of these “Birther” red flags can be culled from the public behavior of the Hawaii Department of Health and the Hawaii Office for Information Practices, in response to public inquiry regarding Obama’s vital records, which are an essential documentary issue in establishing his citizenship...

    01/12/2010 7:50:15 PM PST · by rxsid · 154 replies · 5,330+ views
    thepostemail ^ | 1/12/2010 | John Charlton
    <p>As can be seen from Obama’s own mouth, at about 5:55 into the above video, he clearly says that his name is Steve.</p> <p>Based on this admission, the citizen-researcher requested from Janice Okubo, Communications Director for the Hawaii Department of Health, the index data for all the Steve Dunhams in their registry for an individual born August 4, 1961. The request was made on Oct. 29, 2009. The answer came on November 10.</p>
  • (Barack Hussein Obama II) His name is “Steve Dunham”!

    01/14/2010 3:40:55 PM PST · by WmShirerAdmirer · 26 replies · 3,334+ views
    The Post & EMail ^ | January 12, 2009 | John Charlton
    It looks like no one was born with the name Barack Hussein Obama II. The name “Steve Dunham” was the name of the child on the birth certificate in the Mombasa General Coast Hospital. Being that Ann was in Mombassa without her husband, and being that Obama Sr., would have committed the crime of bigamy in Kenya, if he married a white woman as his second wife — since his first marriage was under tribal law for non-Christians, he could not marry multiple times except under tribal law, which excluded wives of European descent — Ann would have had to...
  • Four arrested in brutal murder of NH mom

    10/06/2009 7:02:12 AM PDT · by Andy'smom · 37 replies · 4,162+ views
    The Union Leader ^ | 10/6/2009 | Kathryn Marchocki
    Four local young men are under arrest in connection with the violent stabbing death of a Mont Vernon mother and the vicious attack on her daughter. Steven Spader, 18, Christopher Gribble, 19, both of Brookline, William Marks, 18 and Quinn Glover, 17, both of Amherst, will be arraigned late this morning in Milford District Court, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office. Spader and Gribble are charged with first degree murder in the death of Kimberly Cates, 42, and attempted murder in the attack on her 11-year-old daughter. Marks and Glover are charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary...
  • Free 'gay'-rape victim Steven Nary. (Soldier in jail for defending himself against rape)

    08/03/2009 7:17:41 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 35 replies · 4,145+ views ^ | July 09, 2009 | Jack Cashill Ph.D.
    A female sailor, 18-years-old, leaves her ship in the East Bay and takes the train into San Francisco. She meets up with a friend, and they go to the Palladium, a co-ed dance club for the under-25 set. ...go to the link this is just a horrible injustice
  • UVA-Wise Upholds expulsion of student over class paper; Iraq vet plans to reenlist to repay student

    03/13/2008 12:00:16 AM PDT · by Jones_the_King · 12 replies · 1,177+ views
    Times News ^ | 03/11/2008 | Rain Smith
    Steven Daniel Barber, 23, says a culture of fear has displaced rational thought. The Iraq War veteran's comments came Tuesday, shortly after learning his expulsion from the University of Virginia at Wise had been upheld. He has been prohibited from attending classes since Feb. 29 -- the day after sharing a story in which a character contemplates murdering his professor, then turns to thoughts of suicide. Barber wrote the piece for his creative writing class. "It's the nanny state ran amock; political correctness to the extreme," said Barber in a phone interview with "Nobody goes after Stephen King, nobody...
  • Daughter of Zion - Jerusalem

    10/14/2006 11:41:41 AM PDT · by steven_zrlng · 2 replies · 660+ views
    Daughter of Zion Jerusalem's Past, Present, and Future | Steven Zarlengo
    Jerusalem, one of the oldest cities on Earth, has been the object of desire for many nations over the millennia. This ancient city, where God Himself has chosen to put His Name, is arguably the most important place on Earth. It was here Abraham offered Isaac. It was in this place King David interceded for the people of Israel to stop the plague God brought about on them. It was here King Solomon built the greatest temple ever constructed. In this place miracles have occurred, wars have been fought, and one day the Messiah will rule. Even today, Jerusalem is...
  • Aerosmith's Tyler: I Have Hep C

    09/25/2006 3:46:03 PM PDT · by stainlessbanner · 19 replies · 776+ views
    yahoo! ^ | 25-Sep-2006 | Josh Grossberg
    Steven Tyler has apparently been living on the edge more than he previously let on. In an interview with Access Hollywood set to air Tuesday night, Aerosmith's sinewy singer reveals that he has quietly been battling hepatitis C, a blood-borne infection that can potentially lead to fatal liver damage, including cirrhosis or liver cancer. Per the New York Daily News, the 58-year-old Tyler tells host Nancy O'Dell that he was diagnosed three years ago but had contracted hepatitis C several years earlier without manifesting any symptoms. He subsequently endured a year's worth of pills and injections containing the antiviral drug...
  • Justice Breyer: "This is Not a War"

    03/28/2006 5:17:57 PM PST · by Richie Rich · 14 replies · 322+ views
    Bizblogger ^ | 03/28/06 | Richie Rich
    Interestingly, Supreme Court Justice Steven Breyer said the following: "You want to try a war crime. You want to say this is a war crimes tribunal," Breyer said. "One, this is not a war, at least not an ordinary war. Two, it's not a war crime because that doesn't fall under international law. And three it's not a war crime tribunal or commission because (there is) no emergency." So we are not at war - I wonder what our soldiers would have to say about that.
  • Memorial illustration for OHP Trooper Steven R. Smith / faithmouse

    02/22/2006 11:59:54 AM PST · by Dan Lacey · 527+ views
    faithmouse cartoon site | 2 22 2006 | Dan Lacey
    A memorial illustration for Trooper Steven R. Smith of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
  • The killing of an arts journalist

    08/04/2005 2:33:52 PM PDT · by SuzyQ2 · 9 replies · 560+ views
    World Defense Review ^ | August 4, 2005 | Abigail R. Esman
    They killed Steven Vincent. Not, like Theo van Gogh - a man with loud and angry opinions who spoke against religions or people or ideas - but a journalist who only wanted to tell the truth; a journalist who, like me, spent most of his career writing about what was beautiful, about the great achievements of humanity, of civilization, the products of abstraction, of metaphor, of ideas. He wrote of those who challenged 'what is,' those who challenged beliefs, not with bombs but with paint and clay and marble. And when he himself challenged ideas, he did not use bullets....
  • Spielberg "Vengeance" Update: Steven's Stockholm Syndrome Worse Than I'd Earlier Diagnosed

    07/06/2005 9:14:17 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 22 replies · 1,218+ views
    A New York Times article, today, confirms everything I've written and worse regarding Steven Spielberg's upcoming "Vengeance" movie. It is now a certainty that Mr. "Schindler's List" will expend the capital he earned on that film to now HUMANIZE(!) Palestinian terrorists who murdered the Israeli Olympic athletes in Munich in 1972. It's bad enough that Spielberg ran the script by Arafat-fan Bill Clinton--Arafat ordered the Olympic athlete massacre--and other assorted Clintonistas who drooled over Arafat, like Mike McCurry and Dennis Ross. Worse is the revelation that playwright Tony Kushner (a self-avowed socialist and gay activist) is praised for "humanizing the...
  • Spartan! Finally, a film touches on the Clintons mode of government!

    06/23/2005 9:59:41 PM PDT · by sonofatpatcher2 · 13 replies · 771+ views
    Spartan imbd site ^ | 2004 | David Mamet
    Plot Outline: The investigation into a kidnapping of the daughter of a President that has Bill and Hillary Clinton's MO... And that MO is 'tom catting around' for Bill and 'Never letting the law nor morals get in the way' of Hillary and her goals.

    08/16/2002 7:39:49 AM PDT · by Merchant Seaman · 735 replies · 30,137+ views
    Annoyed Reader
    The purpose of's multiple message boards is to limit the topics for each board to particular topics. Posting the same message on all the boards defeats the purpose of multiple-boards for special topics. It is very annoying to see the same message on every bulletin board. PLEASE! DO THE READERS A FAVOR. STOP CROSS-POSTING YOUR MESSAGES!
  • Email From Steven Gardner Regarding PayPal donation

    12/01/2004 8:30:54 AM PST · by Vision · 232 replies · 5,040+ views
    I would like to extend my deepest thanks for your support and generosity. Your gift will help out more than you could know. Your kindness is greatly appreciated! Thank You! God Bless you and your family! Steven M Gardner
  • Coddling a Terrorist Costs Votes

    10/19/2004 10:09:53 AM PDT · by forty_years · 4 replies · 524+ views ^ | October 19, 2004 | Daniel Pipes
    What is the issue the Palm Beach Post calls "almost the only topic" and the one that is "playing a pivotal" role in Florida's battle for the American Senate? It's not health care, taxes, education, the economy, or even Iraq. Rather, the two principal candidates are engaged in a ferocious argument over Sami Al-Arian, an accused Islamist terrorist. Their battle teaches lessons for the future.Mr. Al-Arian, a Palestinian immigrant, was a professor of engineering at the University of South Florida when in 1994, investigative journalist Steven Emerson aired a documentary establishing that, as president of the Islamic Committee for Palestine,...

    08/12/2004 6:25:27 PM PDT · by Ziva · 62 replies · 1,620+ views
    TRENTON -- Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan this afternoon said that he has filed paperwork with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission to run for Governor in the 2005 election. Lonegan will run in the June 2005 Republican Primary and said his announcement today was designed to tell Republicans and Democrats alike that “the Democrats can run who they want to replace McGreevey. They don’t scare me. Every one of these possible candidates represents the same failed pro-tax, anti-suburban, pro-abortion, anti-homeowner liberal-left agenda that McGreevey represented and I’ll beat whoever they put up, regardless of how much they spend.” The...
  • It's a dead heat now Top two at 33%: poll [Canada]

    06/24/2004 9:01:53 PM PDT · by familyop · 1 replies · 175+ views
    Winnipeg Sun, Canoe ^ | June 24, 2004 | CP
    Thu, June 24, 2004 It's a dead heat now Top two at 33%: poll By CP TORONTO -- The latest opinion poll suggests the Liberals and Conservatives were in a dead heat, each with 33% of the decided voters, less than a week before the June 28 election. The NDP had the support of 18% and the Bloc Quebecois had 11% nationally and 50% in Quebec while the Green party had 4%, the poll suggested. It found 20% of voters were undecided. The survey, conducted by Environics, surveyed 1,500 adults, including 1,444 eligible voters, between June 17 and June...
  • Bioterrorism investigation surrounding "artist"

    06/05/2004 12:26:02 AM PDT · by rayvd · 5 replies · 177+ views
    Wired News ^ | 6/4/2004 | Mark Baard
    Steve Kurtz is an artist operating in an unusual medium. Rather than exploring ideas with brushes and paint, he uses bacteria and DNA to create works meant to spark debate about the safety and morality of genetic research. But Kurtz's work and his beliefs are more radical than those of many of his peers. He has written proposals for releasing mutant flies into restaurants, and demonstrated methods for destroying genetically modified crops. And it is Kurtz's views, his supporters say, that have Kurtz on the wrong side of a federal investigation sparked by the death of his wife, Hope Kurtz....
  • 'Steven' Kidnapper Tried for Attempt to Buy Boy

    02/03/2004 9:28:16 PM PST · by Kennesaw · 7 replies · 171+ views
    <p>OAKLAND, Calif. — A man who became infamous for kidnapping a 7-year-old boy 30 years ago is on trial again, this time for allegedly trying to buy a little boy.</p> <p>Kenneth Parnell is now 72, bald and in a wheelchair. But prosecutor Tim Wellman said Parnell hasn't changed since the days when he abducted Steven Stayner changed the boy's name and kept him for seven years.</p>
  • Leftist Salon.Com Writer Joe Conason Is Joe Dirt

    09/24/2003 1:33:49 PM PDT · by ultimate_robber_baron · 7 replies · 1,597+ views
    The Hawaii Reporter ^ | Wednesday, September 24, 2003 | Stuart K. Hayashi
    Meet Joe Dirt Stuart K. Hayashi In 2001, comedian David Spade came out with a movie titled "The Adventures of Joe Dirt." It now appears that the film was about Joe Conason, the author of "Big Lies: The Right-Wing Propaganda Machine and How It Distorts the Truth" and an editorialist for the liberal-biased In the person of Brad Pitt, you've already Met Joe Black. Now Meet the Real Joe Dirt. His book purports to expose how right-wingers harness the corporate media to brainwash society. Instead of demonstrating such, however, Joe is too busy flinging his Dirt around. In two...
  • Spielberg Blasts Scouts Again over New Religious Rules

    12/26/2002 11:55:37 AM PST · by Paul Atreides · 42 replies · 403+ views
    Internet Movie Database ^ | December 26, 2002
    Moviemaker Steven Spielberg has further distanced himself from America's Boy Scouts because the organization has started banning atheists. The director used to be a leading scout celebrity advocate until new anti-gay laws turned him against the organization, and now he's furious with scouting leaders for adding more red tape. He says, "There is a movement inside the Boy Scouts now to stop kids from joining who are atheists, because of once again a couple of words in the Boy Scout motto, which I think is a tragedy. I resigned from the Boy Scouts because they excluded gays from scouting. They...

    12/26/2002 9:18:33 AM PST · by shrinkermd · 34 replies · 2,265+ views
    New York/Viking Press/Published 2002 | 2002 (Book Review) | Vanity (Steven Pinker Book Review)
    P>This is an important book. It was declared among the best non-fiction books of the year by:, Borders, Globe and Mail, Evening Standard, The Independent, Los Angeles Times, New Statesman, New York Times, Publishers Weekly, The Spectator, The Telegraph and the Literary Supplement. Many professionals and others reviewed this book. Because the book is long (509 pages) and comprehensive, it is amenable to a variety of reviews --both positive and negative. The actual number of book reviews is astounding. Put Steven Pinker into your Internet search engine and you will find hours of reading material. The importance of the...
  • Has anyone noticed the change in Dell advertising?

    10/08/2002 6:28:21 PM PDT · by UnBlinkingEye · 132 replies · 391+ views
    Me ^ | 10/8/2002 | Me
    Has anyone else noticed that 'Steven', you're getting a Dell dude, seemes to have disappeared from Dell's television advertising? Apparently he has been replaced by a sarcastic young woman. Predictions on sales impact anyone?