Archive for July 16th, 2013

Angela Corey

Civil Rights Investigation…of Zimmerman Prosecutor?

As I’ve pointed out before, the race-baiting Obama Administration very well could try to hammer George Zimmerman via “civil rights” charges like they’ve done in the past. Interestingly, liberal and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz says the DOJ should investigate for civil rights violations–investigate Zimmerman prosecutor Angela Corey for playing the politically correct race pimp agent and bringing bogus charges against George Zimmerman at the behest of national-level race pimps.

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ObamaCare Must Be Stopped

ObamaCare Must Be Stopped

Republicans in the U.S. House are voting to protect the American people and American businesses from the ravages of ObamaCare.

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Wal-Mart goods (Photo credit: Daniel Christensen)

Washington D.C.: Capital of Hypocrisia

What a perfect example of how Leftists are not only hypocrites, but are hypocritical enemies of the public they ostensibly serve. As you may or may not have heard, Wal-Mart had plans to open six stores and bring 1,800 jobs to the Washington D.C.area. But the stupid “representatives” of the people there demanded Wal-Mart pay employees more than their labor was worth before allowing the stores to open.

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Upright oil derrick in the Williston Basin North Dakota (Photo credit: Joshua Doubek)

Potential for a New American Century

Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan/Chase Manhattan Bank said it, and it just may be worth listening to, “We’ve got a world-trade flush,” he quipped. “We don’t have a divine right to success. But we have an unbelievable hand. If we play it well, and now we’ve got natural gas and shale oil, we have a gift from God here. America’s going to come back, and it’s going to blow people’s socks off when it does.” Dimon is no right-wing radical, in fact he is a lifelong Democrat.

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The Court of Law v. The Court of Public Opinion

The Court of Law v. The Court of Public Opinion

The controversy surrounding the Zimmerman trial and the outrage at the verdict shows how courts of law differ from the court of public opinion. In the court of public opinion, perception is reality. Caricature and hyperbole are preferred to thoughtful deliberation. Facts are irrelevant. High profile cases like this are always politicized by demagogues at the ready to play on the emotions of the public in order to advance their agenda. In this case, the demagogues were Sharpton and Jackson and the agenda was race.

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Iceland is a Homosexual Role Model for America?

Iceland is a Homosexual Role Model for America?

“Liberal & Proud,” Ellen Ratner, writing at WorldNetDaily, paints just about the rosiest picture you can imagine of a country that fully embraces the deviancy of homosexuality and the perversion of the definition of marriage. While Ms. Ratner may regard Iceland’s embrace of all things homosexual as worthy of emulation, homosexuals in Iceland are no different than anywhere else, and they will invariably experience much higher rates of disease, depression, substance abuse, suicide and domestic violence than non-homosexuals.

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President Obama met Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez shake hands in 2009

Obama: Being Kind to the Cruel

There is an ancient Talmudic saying best summarized as: “Those who are kind to the cruel in the end will be cruel to the kind.” We first saw this warning vividly and sorrowfully cast aside at the Summit of All Americas as President Obama, during his first term in office, smiled and warmly embraced the late and unlamented thug, Hugo Chavez. We have also seen the words of that ancient wisdom flouted as our president held hands with the Castro brothers, while their political prisoners watched in mute torment from their Cuban jails.

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The Death of Dignity in the Era of the American Police State

The Death of Dignity in the Era of the American Police State

Strip searches and body cavity searches are becoming more common–even carried out in public. From roadside searches to school searches and more, what these incidents show, as varied as they are, is that while strip searches may span a broad spectrum of scenarios, the common denominator remains the same: humiliation and degradation at the hands of government officials and a complete disregard for privacy and human dignity.

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