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Monday, January 18, 2010


This righteous rant by Pat Condell against perhaps the most notorious British Islamist, Anjem Choudary, when compared to the 86 pages of dreck put out by the Department of Defense about the breakdown at Fort Hood makes the top military leaders in the free world look even more embarrassingly feckless.

The vacuum left by the cowardice in the DOD's report is filled by Condell. A good dose of the latter is the prescription for those feeling outraged by the former.

In case you'd like to see Anjem Choudary in action, here's a nice little snippet. My recommendation is that you watch Condell again after seeing this one.

HERE again is a link to the Ralph Peters column in which he excoriates the DOD report on Fort Hood.

h/t to SIOA


The epitome of arrogant denial. Reminds me of the guy who loses all of his friends because of his arrogance and then blames all of them for not understanding his reality. At some point, folks like David Shuster are going to hit rock bottom and have to face some very cold hard facts by having a face to face with themselves.

At some point, folks like Shuster should ask what's wrong with the Obama agenda instead of what's wrong with Massachusetts voters.


h/t to NB


h/t to Barrackaid #34 for sending this one in. I guess we can call this one East Anglia West. Meteorologist John Coleman at KUSI TV in San Diego is calling out the Allegory crowd, claiming slam dunk evidence of global warming fraud. When data manipulation at East Anglia University's Climate Research Unit (CRU) in Great Britain was revealed to have taken place, many wondered when the research centers here in the United States would have to face the music.

The two big entities that "skeptics" have had their eyes on are NASA's Goddard Science and Space Institute (GSSI), with a center at Columbia University and the National Climate Data Center (NCDC), which falls under the umbrella of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

In this incredibly damning video, one of the allegations made is that beginning in 1989-90, the NCDC cut back from measuring temperatures in 6000 locations all over the world to about 1500. The even larger problem with that is that the colder locations are the ones that got removed from the data set so it wasn't even about reducing the sample size. It was about eliminating undesirable facts.

How does it feel to have your tax dollars going toward entities engaged in fraudulent practices in order to line the pockets of politicians?

Yet another example of something that should cause the American people to unplug themselves but hey, if the ACORN videos didn't do it......

Part 6 of 7 on YouTube (part four on KUSI website)

Part 7 of 7 on YouTube

HERE is a link to the KUSI page featuring the video, which has links to other blog posts on the subject.

HERE is a link to Coleman's page on the KUSI website.

Time to unplug, people. You're the victims of an international conspiracy - a provable one.


Fred Barnes at the Weekly Standard is reporting that Republican attorneys are saying that the threat from the Democrats to hold off on seating Scott Brown if he wins may not be idle but it could very well be inconsequential. Interim Senator Paul Kirk (D) has already gone on record saying that he will vote for the Health care bill if the vote takes place on his watch.

Well, if Barnes' report is correct, that vote will have to take place before midnight Tuesday evening:
Appointed Senator Paul Kirk will lose his vote in the Senate after Tuesday’s election in Massachusetts of a new senator and cannot be the 60th vote for Democratic health care legislation, according to Republican attorneys.

Kirk has vowed to vote for the Democratic bill even if Republican Scott Brown is elected but not yet certified by state officials and officially seated in the Senate. Kirk’s vote is crucial because without the 60 votes necessary to stop a Republican filibuster, the bill will be defeated.
Scott Brown has pledged that he will be the 41st vote against the bill which would secure the filibuster. However, the 41st vote is not nearly as important as the 60th. If Kirk is out after Tuesday, regardless of what happens, there could only be 99 sitting senators, 40 of which would be against the health care bill, leaving Reid's posse one short of the necessary filibuster-proof super-majority.

Well Harry, it might be time to see how many Republicans can be bribed.

Read the WHOLE THING. This is getting interesting in case you hadn't noticed.



It seems that everywhere you look, the leadership in the United States seems most concerned about things other than our greatest threats. As we plummet toward unsustainable debt and deficits, spending more money via Obama's health care monstrosity is the focus. As the threat of Islamic terrorism continues to rise, the CIA is directed to focus on global warming.

Now this - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has decided to hone in on the unjust laws regarding homosexuality in Uganda. Cliff Kincaid at Accuracy in Media has more:
The State Department may not be able to keep terrorists out of the United States, but Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has enough time on her hands to spend 45 minutes complaining to the President of Uganda about an effort in that country to toughen laws against homosexuality.

The President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, says that Clinton spoke to him for 45 minutes about the proposed legislation, which hasn't even been the subject of hearings by the parliament. Museveni, who rules over a conservative East African country that is 85 percent Christian, said that he told Clinton that the bill will be considered by the appropriate authorities and that he had heard that homosexuals come from Europe and recruit young people using money. He said that Mrs. Clinton agreed that such practices constituted sexual exploitation.
45 MINUTES?! If Hillary is interested in squashing rumors about her own sexual preferences, this doesn't help. However, that aspect of the story only warrants mention because of how blatantly out of phase her priorities appear to be here. In today's upside-down world, it would seem that a crusade to end homophobia in Uganda would be far down on the list of priorities for the Secretary of State. Then again, with Uganda being conservative and 85% Christian, maybe her crusade is more about her disdain for Christianity.

If Clinton's focus on Uganda is more about the latter then perhaps - as Kincaid points out - atheist and anti-conservative George Soros may be involved:
Mrs. Clinton's preoccupation with Uganda's opposition to homosexuality may have something to do with the fact that billionaire George Soros, a major financial backer of the Democratic Party and President Obama, has been funding efforts in Africa to promote the interests of "sexual minorities." Obama has embraced the "gay rights" agenda.
Shouldn't the duly elected government of Uganda be allowed to make its own laws? It sounds like the main thrust of the law in question may not even be about sexual preference but instead sexual exploitation. Museveni seems rightly concerned about homosexual Europeans entering his country and recruiting poverty-stricken Ugandan youths for the sex trade. Banning homosexuality in that country might just give authorities more leverage against that type of vermin.

Read the WHOLE THING as there are many layers to the story, including none other than Rick Warren coming down on the side of Hillary on the issue by urging Ugandan pastors to oppose the Bill.



It's really a shame that there aren't more guys like this who are actually in the highest positions of power inside the military. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret) gets it that the military brass in this country are afraid to identify the root causes of what happened at Fort Hood on November 5th. It may be true that he wouldn't speak this forthrightly if he was active but I have a tough time believing he'd have put his name on a report like the one released by the DOD.

Peters also wrote about this in the NY POST.

HERE is a link to the 86 page report. Feel free to read it if you enjoy ponderous dreck.

h/t to H4A


Every high profile political campaign takes on a life of its own, with unforeseen plot lines and subtexts developing. In the case of the senate race in Massachusetts, one of those interesting dynamics is the attention being given to Scott Brown's truck, which is suddenly front and center, in a way not too dissimilar from how Joe the Plumber found the spot light.

Brown is winning this race on the ground and his old truck has been the vehicle to get him from point A to point B. It has nearly 200,000 miles and is quickly becoming a symbol in this campaign.

So Barack Obama hops on Air Force 1 and heads to Massachusetts to campaign for Coakley. While doing so, he calls out Brown's truck, mocking it.

There's a slight problem with that. The truck Obama is mocking was built by the company he owns (GM).

"Everybody can buy a truck." Really? Well, not everyone can fly Air Force 1.

Here is a Scott Brown ad featuring that truck.

h/t to GP
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