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  • George Will: Questions for attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch

    01/11/2015 9:48:17 PM PST · by george76 · 11 replies
    wa po ^ | January 9, 2015 | George Will
    The Justice Department has been, to say no more, unhelpful regarding attempts to fully investigate and properly punish the politicization and corruption of the Internal Revenue Service. Given the department’s seeming complicity in the coverup, would it not be appropriate to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS practice of suppressing the political activity of conservative groups? Civil forfeiture — the seizure of property suspected of being produced by, or involved with, crime — has become a lucrative business for lawless law enforcement. Civil forfeiture treats citizens worse than criminals, seizing the property of people neither convicted of nor...
  • ROB THE VOTE! - Obama’s secret strategy for staying in power

    08/02/2012 9:41:01 PM PDT · by Perseverando · 15 replies
    WND ^ | August, 02, 2012 | Staff
    The Obama administration is widely regarded as the most lawless in U.S. history. This much you already know. Not enough votes to pass Obamacare? Bribe senators. Don’t like the Defense of Marriage law? Refuse to defend it in court. Congress won’t pass the “Dream Act” granting amnesty to a million illegals? Do it yourself by executive fiat. Don’t want to defend America’s borders? Sue states that do. Don’t like congressional inquiries? Ignore their subpoenas. Obama’s violations are so blatant and manifold that nine states have joined together to sue the federal government for its rampant lawlessness. So, now comes election...
  • The Drudge-Romney axis . . .

    01/28/2012 12:19:22 AM PST · by dixiechick2000 · 102 replies
    The Damn Dirty Rino ^ | October 4, 2011 | Walt
    . . . of online media manipulation isn’t exactly new. In fact, it goes back well before Romney’s 2008 campaign got underway in earnest. It seems to date back to sometime in 2005, when RNC operatives arranged a meeting between Matt Drudge and Matt Rhodes — a highly placed operative in the Romney organization. Last year, a delegation of RNC officials flew to Miami Beach, where Drudge lives, for a dinner at the Forge steakhouse to introduce the Internet maven to Matt Rhodes, the party’s new opposition research director. Due to Drudge’s now-close friendship with Romney’s chief aide and longtime...
  • Adelson cutting off Gingrich? (Has Newt's main funding source written his last check?)

    03/14/2012 11:46:21 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 14 replies
    Hotair ^ | 03/14/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    Bear in mind that this comes from the same cable channel last seen making jokes about three-ways and Rick Santorum earlier in the evening, but that’s not the fault of CNBC’s John Harwood. Harwood told Rachel Maddow last night that the main funder of Newt Gingrich’s super-PAC, casino owner Sheldon Adelson, has written his last check for Gingrich in this race: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economyGreg Sargent spoke with the head of the super-PAC, Rick Tyler, who acknowledged that he’s in for some rough days ahead: The key question is whether the pro-Newt...
  • Adelson Cutting Off Gingrich? [May Decide To Shift Funds to Team Romney To Defeat Santorum]

    03/14/2012 7:44:19 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 50 replies
    Hot Air ^ | March 14, 2012 | ED MORRISSEY
    Adelson Cutting Off Gingrich? MARCH 14, 2012 B ED MORRISSEY (snip) CNBC’s John Harwood. Harwood told Rachel Maddow last night that the main funder of Newt Gingrich’s super-PAC, casino owner Sheldon Adelson, has written his last check for Gingrich in this race: Greg Sargent spoke with the head of the super-PAC, Rick Tyler, who acknowledged that he’s in for some rough days ahead: (snip) The super PAC’s operations have been largely funded by billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, whose money has effectively kept Gingrich’s candidacy afloat. John Harwood of the New York Times last night quoted a friend of Adelson...
  • Gingrich's Main Backer Plays Two Angles (Report: Adelson after Rick)

    02/14/2012 5:07:46 PM PST · by VinL · 141 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 2-14-12 | Mundy
    Billionaire Sheldon Adelson, by far the biggest financial backer of Newt Gingrich's presidential bid, is preparing to open his wallet again. But this time, the casino magnate appears to have more than one agenda. In a bit of political chess, Mr. Adelson is ready to not only directly support the former House speaker in the Republican primary, but to use his cash to push Rick Santorum from his position atop the latest national polls, according to people to have discussed the matter with Mr. Adelson. Enlarge Image ADELSON ADELSON Las Vegas Review-Journal/Associated Press Sheldon Adelson, shown with his wife, Miriam,...
  • Billionaire Gingrich Contributor [Sheldon Adelson] To Cut Support

    02/10/2012 3:59:14 PM PST · by GraniteStateConservative · 293 replies
    Business Insider ^ | February 10, 2012 | Jaywon Choe
    While billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson may have rescued Newt Gingrich’s campaign in its early days, today, he may have just buried it. Bloomberg News reports that Adelson, who has donated $11 million to Gingrich’s Super PAC, does not plan to send any more money Gingrich’s way. Bloomberg is citing an anonymous source “familiar with their deliberations,” though an Adelson spokesman declined to comment. The move seems to be weeks in the making. After poor showings by Gingrich in the last several races and the re-resurgence of Rick Santorum, the former House speaker has once again been pushed to the...
  • Outrage: Pentagon Grants Five States Waivers from MOVE Act

    08/27/2010 1:42:06 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 10 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | August 27, 2010 | J. Christian Adams
    Protecting the rights of active duty military to have their vote counted is apparently not a priority for this administration. In Washington, politicians always like to release bad news on a Friday, as fewer people notice. Today, the Pentagon announced that it had granted the waiver requests of five states seeking to escape requirements to protect military voters. I have written previously here at PJM that all waiver requests should be denied. Unfortunately, if you are an overseas servicemember from Delaware, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, or Washington, the protections in the MOVE Act aren’t going to apply to you...
  • Dems block military vote in New York special election

    04/05/2009 6:36:30 PM PDT · by massmike · 59 replies · 2,779+ views
    Openmarket.org ^ | 4/5/2009 | Hans Bader
    The outcome of a special Congressional election in New York’s 20th Congressional District will likely turn on the illegal exclusion of up to 1,000 overseas military ballots, which otherwise would have tipped the race in favor of James Tedisco (R). Tedisco and Scott Murphy (D) are in a dead heat, with 77,225 votes each. Democrats on the state elections board blocked GOP attempts to allow overseas military voting in the special election. Overseas ballots take weeks to reach voters and be returned unless special measures are taken to speed things up. But the elections officials refused to do anything to...
  • IGNORE THE EXIT POLLS AND GO VOTE! (RUSH *SIREN* ALERT)

    11/04/2008 3:22:03 PM PST · by goldstategop · 8 replies · 2,295+ views
    Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | 11/4/2008 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: Now, ladies and gentlemen, I want to tell you what to look for. I'll tell you what I'm looking for today. In the first place I'm getting all kinds of reports from all over the country about turnout, and in some places it's low. For example, the Upper West Side of Manhattan, no lines whatsoever, which is unusual. My spy for the Upper West Side of Manhattan, I mean that's Moscow, folks, Moscow on the Hudson, the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and you would figure there would be lines out the wazoo up there to vote for Obama,...
  • States’ Actions to Block Voters Appear Illegal

    10/09/2008 7:27:22 AM PDT · by steve-b · 10 replies · 463+ views
    New York Times ^ | 10/8/08 | Ian Urbina
    Tens of thousands of eligible voters in at least six swing states have been removed from the rolls or have been blocked from registering in ways that appear to violate federal law, according to a review of state records and Social Security data by The New York Times. The actions do not seem to be coordinated by one party or the other, nor do they appear to be the result of election officials intentionally breaking rules, but are apparently the result of mistakes in the handling of the registrations and voter files as the states tried to comply with a...
  • The Democrats' amazing ability to get away with fraud and violence

    05/01/2008 9:36:33 AM PDT · by thinkingIsPresuppositional · 9 replies · 105+ views
    Modern Conservative ^ | May 01, 2008 | Christopher Cook
    The Democrats' amazing ability to get away with fraud and violence "Double standard" doesn't begin to describe itBy Christopher Cook The difference between what Democrats can get away with and what Republicans can get away with is so extreme, it could be said to be a violation of the 14th Amendment. For example, if you were to ask the average man on the street which party engaged in vote suppression, voter intimidation, and vote fraud in 2000 and 2004, what answer do you think you would get? I'll give you two guesses, and the second one doesn't count. The media...
  • An Election Day Wish (Joseph Farah Looks Forward To Destruction Of Democratic Party Alert)

    11/07/2006 3:39:26 AM PST · by goldstategop · 57 replies · 1,529+ views
    Worldnetdaily.com ^ | 11/07/2006 | Joseph Farah
    Do you need some motivation to get you to the polls today? I do. And here's mine. As you know, I've been extremely disappointed by the Republicans who have been in control of Congress and the presidency since 2001. They waited far too long to act on border security. They increased spending beyond imagination. Far too often, they talked and acted like Democrats. I've been a strong advocate of not voting for the lesser to two evils as a means of stimulating more competition in the political marketplace. But I'd like to present the other side of that story today,...
  • How did GOP right get it so wrong? (Dick Armey editorial)

    11/05/2006 10:30:35 AM PST · by Hydroshock · 139 replies · 3,274+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | 11-4-06 | Dick Armey
    Somewhere along the road to a "permanent majority," the Republican Revolution of 1994 went off track. For several years, we had confidence in our convictions and trusted that the American people would reward our efforts. And they did. But today, my Republican friends in Congress stand on the precipice of an electoral rout. Even the best-case scenarios suggest wafer-thin majorities and a legislative agenda in disarray. With eight days before the election, House speaker-in-waiting Nancy Pelosi has already begun her transition planning. Where did the revolution go astray? How did we go from the big ideas and vision of 1994...
  • To Vote Or Not To Vote - A tough call for conservatives.

    11/06/2006 12:30:43 PM PST · by neverdem · 144 replies · 2,226+ views
    National Review Online ^ | November 06, 2006 | John Derbyshire
    November 06, 2006, 7:15 a.m. To Vote Or Not To VoteA tough call for conservatives. By John Derbyshire Of course, it is not a matter of simply “staying home.” I shall be voting not only for my U.S. senator and representative, but also for a state senator and assemblyman, a county clerk and comptroller, and a town councilcritter. You probably have a similar array of positions to vote for. By all means do the best you can for your state and district. Whether or not it is the case that all politics is local, it is certainly the case...
  • G.O.P. Glum as It Struggles to Hold Congress

    11/04/2006 11:00:33 AM PST · by publius1 · 46 replies · 1,428+ views
    New York Times ^ | November 5, 2006 | ADAM NAGOURNEY and ROBIN TONER
    WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 — The battle for Congress rolled into a climactic final weekend with Republican Party leaders saying the best outcome they could foresee was losing 12 seats in the House, but they were increasingly steeling themselves to the loss of at least 15 and therefore control of the House for the first time in 12 years.
  • Don't Vote

    11/03/2006 7:35:36 PM PST · by Political Junkie Too · 27 replies · 908+ views
    Don't Vote.com ^ | 11/3/06 | Self
    "Don't vote until you know where the candidates stand on the issues." That's the message on the AARP website, but you have to go there to see it. How many people have seen the commercial of the singing and dancing politician, while the voice-over tells people "don't vote" until you go to their website to learn the issues? Yes, the campaign is about going to their website, but how many people really will do that? How many people will just get the subliminal message to "don't vote" because their politician is just playing them with a song and dance and...
  • 12 SMARTCARDS GO MISSING IN TENNESSEE; CONTROL ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES

    11/03/2006 1:30:52 PM PST · by Kaslin · 68 replies · 2,114+ views
    Drudge Report ^ | November 3, 2006 | Drudge
    12 SMARTCARDS GO MISSING IN TENNESSEE; CONTROL ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES Fri Nov 03 2006 10:09:31 ET Political insiders have expressed alarm after 12 voter smartcards have gone missing from one Shelby County, TN early vote location! The cards are used to activate electronic voting machines. The location at the center of the controversy is Bishop Byrne High School on E. Shelby Drive in Memphis. The polling place started out with 25 cards. By Wednesday, 11 were missing, says an eyewitness. The location was given 5 more smartcards on Thursday. And another card went missing! Someone possessing a smartcard could use...
  • When Not Voting Is The Right Thing To Do (Barf Alert)

    10/30/2006 10:34:02 PM PST · by goldstategop · 117 replies · 1,678+ views
    Worldnetdaily.com ^ | 10/31/2006 | Joseph Farah
    Some people get mad at me when I tell them not to vote. But I believe there is a right time to abstain from casting a ballot – particularly if the only choice is a Democrat or Republican who are indistinguishable on the major issues of the day. A good example of a race where a protest vote for a third party candidate or a non-vote would be the right thing to do on Election Day is the New Jersey Senate race between incumbent Robert Menendez, the Democrat, and Republican challenger Thomas Kean Jr. (Column continues below) Pollsters say the...
  • Where We Went Wrong

    10/28/2006 6:22:28 AM PDT · by RKV · 102 replies · 1,922+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Oct 29, 2006 | Dick Armey
    Somewhere along the road to a "permanent majority," the Republican Revolution of 1994 went off track. For several years, we had confidence in our convictions and trusted that the American people would reward our efforts. And they did. But today, my Republican friends in Congress stand on the precipice of an electoral rout. Even the best-case scenarios suggest wafer-thin majorities and a legislative agenda in disarray. With eight days before the election, House speaker-in-waiting Nancy Pelosi has already begun her transition planning. Where did the revolution go astray?
  • Why The Republicans Need To Lose (This is the HEADLINE on CNN Money Barf Alert)

    10/25/2006 2:09:15 AM PDT · by Recovering_Democrat · 57 replies · 1,311+ views
    Clymer News Network ^ | 10/24/06 | Cait Murphy
    NEW YORK (Fortune) -- Power may be corrupting, but it is also addictive. That's why no party likes to lose an election. But the truth is that sometimes a loss is just what is needed to regain a sense of purpose and energy. And that's why the Republicans need to lose in November. In 1974, for example, Britain's Conservative Party lost. Disillusioned Tory voters failed to turn out and more than a few, tired of the tired Edward Heath, decided what the hell, and voted Labor.
  • Media Try To Persuade Conservatives To Stay Home

    10/22/2006 1:57:53 PM PDT · by nancyvideo · 61 replies · 2,386+ views
    Human Events ^ | 10-20-06 | Brian Fitzpatrick
    "Values’ Voters Fade as Factor in U.S. Campaign,” crows an October 17 Reuters headline. If this is true, it isn’t happening by accident. With the November elections looming, the biggest players in the mainstream media are casting aside objectivity to mount an all-out effort to discourage values voters from going to the polls.
  • Deliver a Spanking

    10/22/2006 8:49:20 AM PDT · by Conservative Goddess · 655 replies · 8,492+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune Review ^ | October 22, 2006 | Colin McNickle
    I am your typical Republican "supervoter." .... But I'm seriously considering ending that streak this Nov. 7. ... I'm also a contrarian -- a conservative with libertarian leanings. Combine all these characteristics, then mix in the aggregate Republican record, allow the ire it has created to rise and bake it for a few years and here's what comes out of the oven: A party base that's mad as hell and no longer willing to rationalize GOP failures. It's a base whose crust grows darker and thicker -- i.e., angrier -- when prominent conservatives and Republicans -- politicians, pundits, radio talk-show...
  • Are the Faithful Losing Faith?(Newsweek trying to suppress the GOP turnout)

    10/21/2006 3:28:42 PM PDT · by Dane · 50 replies · 1,239+ views
    Newsweek, MSNBC ^ | October 21, 2006 | Marcus Maybry
    By Marcus Mabry Newsweek Updated: 10:52 a.m. ET Oct 21, 2006 Oct. 21, 2006 - If the elections for Congress were held today, according to the new NEWSWEEK poll, 60 percent of white Evangelicals would support the Republican candidate in their district, compared to just 31 percent who would back the Democrat. To the uninitiated, that may sound like heartening news for Republicans in the autumn of their discontent. But if you’re a pundit, a pol, or a preacher, you know better. White Evangelicals are a cornerstone of the GOP’s base; in 2004, exit polls found Republicans carried white Evangelicals...
  • Massive Voter Manipulation?

    10/19/2006 8:12:15 AM PDT · by Conservative_Rob · 75 replies · 1,686+ views
    vanity | 10/19/2006 | Rob Kitchen
    Please forgive this vanity, but I don't know where else to go to ask this question. Is there a coordinated and deliberate attempt by the media and Democrat plants at blog sites to distort and outright lie about everything concerning this election in order to manipulate voters? I live in the heart of Santorum country in Pennsylvania, and now I'm being told that, even here, Casey is ahead. I don't buy it. I am feeling lied to and being taken for a fool. No one I know has even the slightest thought of sitting out, or not voting, or even...
  • AG: Voter warning linked to GOP campaign

    10/19/2006 7:46:40 AM PDT · by NonAmerican · 21 replies · 890+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | 10/19/2006 | AP
    The letter, written in Spanish, tells recipients: "You are advised that if your residence in this country is illegal or you are an immigrant, voting in a federal election is a crime that could result in jail time." In fact, immigrants who are naturalized U.S. citizens can vote. The two newspapers reported state investigators had found the location where the letters were printed and mailed to an estimated 14,000 Democratic voters in central Orange County. The Los Angeles Times, citing an unnamed source, said authorities had interviewed Nguyen at his office. Nguyen did not return messages left by The Associated...
  • Conservative voters likely to stay home

    10/19/2006 3:53:04 AM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 590 replies · 6,734+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 19 October 2006 | Ralph Z. Hallow
    The Republican Party can stave off defeat with a strong turnout on Nov. 7, party leaders are telling the faithful -- but they are finding it tough to sell that message to some disillusioned conservative voters. "The message hasn't gotten across because a lot of people are sick and tired of thinking the only reason for going to the polls is to vote for the Republicans because they are lesser of two evils," said Tom McClusky, vice president for government affairs at the Family Research Council (FRC), a leading social conservative group. "Conservatives aren't motivated to come out, is what...
  • JIM TOWEY DEBUNKS KUO BOOK (CLINTON-SIMON + SCHUSTER MACHINE EFFORT TO SUPPRESS TURNOUT)

    10/18/2006 6:39:42 AM PDT · by Mia T · 30 replies · 1,848+ views
    Hardball with Chris Matthews, Laura Ingraham Show | 10.18.06 | Mia T
    JIM TOWEY DEBUNKS KUO BOOKBOOK ANOTHER CLINTON-SIMON SCHUSTER MACHINE EFFORT TO MARGINALIZE EVANGELICALS, SUPPRESS TURNOUT by Mia T, 10.18.06 NOTE: David Kuo disclosed to Laura Ingrham yesterday morning that his contract with Simon & Schuster was for a 2007 publication date, and that the decision to launch 25 days before the elections was not his. (Thanx to Gail Wynand for this tidbit.)   Listen carefully to the final comment by Chris Matthews, a sly attempt to invalidate Jim Towey's account. ALERT!CLINTON-SIMON & SCHUSTER AGITPROP MACHINE TARGETS RELIGIOUS RIGHT: part 2ANOTHER INSIDIOUS EFFORT TO DENY THE FRANCHISE TO EVANGELICALS by...
  • Democrats Bank on Angry Republicans

    10/17/2006 2:12:22 PM PDT · by PghBaldy · 76 replies · 1,618+ views
    The National Ledger ^ | October 17 | JB Williams
    The progressive lamestream press says that democrats are poised to regain political power this November, for the first time since removed from power in 1994. Conservatives across this land are worried that they could wake up to Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House and/or Harry Reid as Senate Majority Leader. Something worthy of worry for sure… But Democrats know a few things that many conservatives fail to grasp. --Democrats must win in November to avoid a complete collapse of their Party. --Democrats can’t win without the help of Republican voters. --Secular Socialist Democrats control the DNC, but are a...
  • Discontent With GOP Finds Way Into Texas

    10/17/2006 12:30:58 PM PDT · by SmithL · 126 replies · 2,196+ views
    AP ^ | 10/17/6 | SUZANNE GAMBOA
    Dripping Springs, Texas -- The economy is strong and Rickye Lennon's excavation business is thriving. Yet his son may soon go to war, government scandals are in the news, and Lennon, a Republican deep in the heart of Bush country, doesn't think his party should remain in charge of Congress. "I think we need a wake-up call," said Lennon, 50, of Dripping Springs. "They need to be paying attention to the issues the people are concerned about and I think we need to become more moderate in our views." Three weeks to the midterm elections, GOP discontent is seeping into...
  • "Values" Voters Fade As Factor In U.S. Campaign

    10/17/2006 9:59:16 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 33 replies · 804+ views
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Even before U.S. Rep. Mark Foley (news, bio, voting record)'s cybersex scandal, Republicans fighting to keep control of Congress were struggling to hold on to "values voters" who usually are energized by issues like gay marriage and abortion. While such issues motivated the Republicans' social-conservative base in the past, they are overshadowed in this year's congressional election campaign by concerns about the Iraq war, the economy and national security, according to opinion polls and political strategists. "Poverty, the wealth gap, health care -- people can't afford Medicare. Something's got to be done about that," Sue Harrell, a...
  • It Is Time For Christians To Leave The Republican Party

    10/17/2006 5:49:07 AM PDT · by Hadean · 106 replies · 2,492+ views
    Chattanoogan.com ^ | 10/17/2006 | Greg Cain
    "Jesus wasn’t riding an elephant into town" There would probably be more believers if more Christians thought this way. I am grateful for the many GOP leaders have done to fight for Christian values in America. Although fine Americans such as Billy Graham,Dr. D. James Kennedy Tony Evans, Joel Osteen, Don Wildmon, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Tony Perkins, Phyllis Schlafly, T.D. Jakes, James Dobson, Franklin Graham, John Hagee, Pat Robertson, Ron Parsaly, Ron Phillips and others have fought the fight as well for the pro-family movement. We all have scars to prove it. But it is time to build an...
  • The show must not go on

    10/13/2006 5:47:04 AM PDT · by Small-L · 38 replies · 1,545+ views
    Washington Monthly ^ | 1 October, 2006 | Richard A. Viguerie
    With their record over the past few years, the Big Government Republicans in Washington do not merit the support of conservatives. They have busted the federal budget for generations to come with the prescription-drug benefit and the creation and expansion of other programs. They have brought forth a limitless flow of pork for the sole, immoral purpose of holding onto office. They have expanded government regulation into every aspect of our lives and refused to deal seriously with mounting domestic problems such as illegal immigration. They have spent more time seeking the favors of K Street lobbyists than listening to...
  • Milwaukee Democrats To Face Felony Charges In Election-Day Conspiracy

    01/23/2005 9:21:59 AM PST · by CT CONSERVATIVE · 15 replies · 966+ views
    Captains Quarters ^ | 1/23/05 | Captain Ed
    Two sons of prominent Democratic polticians and three paid party activists will face felony charges as a result of a widely-publicized attempt to keep Republicans from voting on Election Day in Milwaukee. The charges will be filed on Monday, highlighting the other unrelated issues of voter fraud in Wisconsin's largest city and Democratic stronghold:
  • Expect tire-slashing charges Monday (Milwaukee)

    01/23/2005 8:03:05 AM PST · by Jean S · 52 replies · 2,072+ views
    Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel ^ | 1/23/04 | Cary Spivak & Dan Bice
    Expect tire-slashing charges Monday Sources say politicians' sons, 3 other Democrats will be hit with felonies Posted: Jan. 22, 2005 Spivak & Bice Cary Spivak &Dan Bice E-MAIL  |  ARCHIVE   The investigation into the Great Tire-Slashing Caper will end Monday with felony charges against the adult sons of two prominent Milwaukee politicians - U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore and former Acting Mayor Marvin Pratt. Sources close to the 83-day-old probe said Sowande Omokunde, Michael Pratt and three other paid Democratic activists will each be charged with a single felony count of criminal damage to property, legalese for vandalism. Omokunde, also...
  • Representative Elect's Son Arrested in Tire Slashing

    11/06/2004 5:30:56 AM PST · by milwguy · 86 replies · 4,520+ views
    jsonline ^ | 11/06/2004 | milwguy
    The 25-year-old son of newly elected congresswoman Gwen Moore was arrested Friday by Milwaukee police and later released in connection with the election day slashing of tires on 20 vans and cars rented by the Republican Party, according to police records. Advertisement Sowande Ajumoke Omokunde, also known as Supreme Solar Allah, arrived at the Milwaukee police administration building Friday morning with his attorney, was arrested at 9 a.m. and held in the police holding facility for several hours before being released, according to records. Omokunde is one of three suspects who had been arrested as of late Friday. Opel E....