Tag: Farrakhan

Democrat Clarity

Clarity from politicians is always a breath of fresh air, except when the clarity they bring reveals the heart of of darkness behind the facade they erect to soften their image. Here’s Tom Perez, former labor secretary for Obama and current chair of the Democrat National Committee, being crystal clear where his party stands on abortion: Every Democrat, like every American, should support a woman’s right to make her own choices about her body and her health. That is not… Read more »

These Are Our Leaders?

Chuck Hagel was confirmed as the new Secretary of Defense yesterday. Forty-one Republicans voted against the appointment; four joined with all the Democrats to put the vote well over the top. Republicans who earlier voted for cloture and broke the filibuster are, in my mind, just as much to blame for this successful nomination as those who openly supported Hagel. This is the same man who fell on his face verbally in his confirmation hearings, stumbling badly before sharp questioning…. Read more »

The Occupiers’ Supporters

“Occupying” seems to have become a fulltime occupation for some. Hey, it beats working, right? At least that’s the impression some of the occupiers give. Have you seen the list of organizations and individuals that are supporters of this movement? They include a variety of communist organizations, as well as the official Communist Party. And don’t forget the Nazi Party; they’re on board, too. Throw in the Black Panthers, Louis Farrakhan,B and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), and you… Read more »

Put Race Behind Us

Do I really want to write about racism again? Not really. But the accusations continue to spread. The latest people accused of racism are those on the House Ethics Panel. Why? Well, they have investigated Charlie Rangel [see an earlier post] and now Rep. Maxine Waters. The charges against Waters are significant. She’s accused of trying to get TARP funds for a bank connected with her husband. He owns considerable stock in it; she would have benefited greatly financially if that had… Read more »

Needed: A New Strategy

Here’s something you might have missed if you watch only the mainstream media. A couple days ago, in Chicago, the so-called Rev. Jeremiah Wright awarded himself (yes, you read that correctly), radical Catholic priest Michael Pfleger, and the disturbingly racist Louis Farrakhan “Living Legend” awards. The only Chicago personality missing was Prof. William Ayers, another great American. Now, the quiz: which American president is very connected with all these individuals? What’s that? Not a tough enough question? How about this one: which American… Read more »