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Wednesday, March 24, 2010


Sent to me by Al Garza, founder of the Patriots Coaltion and former Executive Director of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. comes a movie trailer from the documentary, "Southern Exposure". As Americans are reeling from the signing of the health care monstrosity, it needs to be prepared for what's next - Amnesty. There is plenty out there to be outraged about so sorry to add this one to the list but the truth is the only thing that gives America a chance.

via Patriot's Coalition.


Jason Mattera does it again, this time confronting unhinged leftwing "kook" Alan Grayson (D-FL) as the latter leaves his office. Mattera has embarrassed several politicians on video but in this one he cites the portion of the health care bill that provides taxpayer dollars for the rehabilitation of native American child molesters, chapter and verse.

Grayson's defense of his own support for that language? Well, he calls Mattera a "kook". It's projection on steroids.

via Big Government


On the day Obama signed the Health care monstrosity into law, Representative John Dingell (D-MI) appeared on WJR Radio in Detroit. While making the argument in support of the bill, he said the administrative steps - bureaucracy - that need to be taken in order to "control the people" will take time.

Via Breitbart:

Just to remind us all who John Dingell really is, have a look at this video from August, in which he compared tea party / town hall protesters to the KKK.


The news broke on Saturday, March 20th that several black congressmen charged that Tea Party protesters hurled racial epithets at them as they walked toward the Capitol building. Two videos came out shortly thereafter - two different angles of the same incident - and neither showed evidence of anyone shouting N*****, as the congressmen alleged.

I blogged about the initial reports here. The charges came from John Lewis (D-GA), Andre Carson (D-IN), and Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) with Cleaver even charging that he was spat upon, though no police record existed and Cleaver said he didn't press charges. At the bottom of this post is an interview that Bill O'Reilly had with Dana Loesch, radio talk show host to discuss the incident. The video that O'Reilly played not only provided a third angle of the non-incident but it also showed Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) recording the entire thing on his personal video camera. I remember at the time asking, why isn't JJJ producing any evidence that the charges weren't made up?

Photo of JJJ via Gateway Pundit Be sure to look at the countless others they have posted that should blow the entire lid off of this blatant lie.

Hey JJJ, let's see what you got!

Now for the overwhelming evidence. Take a look at all of these video cameras along the entire path taken by the Congressmen.

9th Commandment: Thou Shalt not Bear False Witness

Video via Instapundit


Much ado has been made about how the American people haven't been listened to during the health care debate. However, not enough has been made of how they weren't listened to by their own supposed conservative leaders prior to the 2008 election. Doubly to Newt Gingrich's credit, he accurately portrays what's happening in America today and accepts a "mea culpa" for not listening to those voices that were warning political leaders about Obama.

To his discredit, he - along with so many others - didn't listen to people who knew the truth. There are many just like Gingrich who refused to believe the truth when so many were trying to tell him. John McCain was one of them and for that reason, he should not be re-elected.

via Gateway Pundit

During the 2008 campaign, John McCain insisted that Rev. Wright be off-limits. McCain was wrong in a big way.

Remember this in October, 2008?


There's social justice and then you have a Social Justice, which is a judge who makes rulings based solely on those types of considerations. In so doing, the potential exists to become what they claim to despise. Goodwin Liu is a law professor at Berkeley and has been recently nominated by Barack Obama to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Verum Serum uncovered a clip of Liu from a 2008 PBS documentary in which he was rather open about his views on how reparations should be handled. How big of him to concede that people alive today may not be "guilty" of being involved in the slave trade but should nonetheless still be held responsible, apparently based on their race. It would seem that Liu is advocating for whites to cede positions of power not because they've done anything to warrant such a penalty but because they should be responsible for making things right long before they were born.

More on Liu at National Review but as VS points out, a position on the Ninth Circuit may no longer be newsworthy - a sad statement in its own right - but there is speculation that Liu is being groomed for a nomination to the Supreme Court.

Resentment and grudges manifested in a Judge? No thanks.

via Verum Serum

By the way, when Liu speaks of leaders stepping down as a way to make things right, he reminded me so very much of Obama's diversity czar at the FCC, Mark Lloyd who said in 2005:

"We're in a position where you have to say who is going to step down so someone else can have power."
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