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Thursday, July 8, 2010


New Black Panther Party (NBPP) leader Malik Zulu Shabazz apparently doesn't think much of the first amendment. There's a shocker, right? On August 28th, Glenn Beck will be at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on the anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. This Shabazz - not to be confused with NBPP's Philadelphia "cracker" hater, King Samir Shabazz - doesn't think Beck should be allowed to hold his rally.

It would also appear that Shabazz is exhorting his fellow Black Panthers to show up to look for trouble. Via MediaIte, here is an interview with Malik about the upcoming event. He thinks Beck is a "neo racist" and a "sneaky little devil". Shabazz suspects a conspiracy at Fox to keep him off the air. We'll see about that soon enough.

Just out of curiosity, who do you think Obama's pulling for in this one?

Here is another video of Malik, this time on Russian TV. It's a longer interview but worth the watch. He also refers to Beck's event at the end.

Via Breitbart


The fact that White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is again caught being stymied is not news in and of itself. What is news is watching him do so in the face of logical questions about the administration's decision to sue Arizona over SB 1070. The essence of the suit is that Arizona doesn't have the right to preempt federal law on issues like immigration. Since the Arizona law mirrors federal law almost to the letter, the feds appear to take issue with Arizona interfering with policy more than infringing upon federal law.

Enter this exchange between a reporter and Gibbs. I guarantee she presents the White House attorneys with a problem they are indeed going to have to address. In short, if the suit against Arizona is about immigration laws being federal issues, why are "Sanctuary City" laws not a problem? They're actually in direct opposition to federal law while Arizona's SB 1070 is concurrent with it?

Gibbs' answer? His favorite one. "I'll have to get back to you on that."

CLICK HERE to read the federal complaint against Arizona and Governor Jan Brewer.

via Breitbart


As I watched this for the first time, I was trying to decide whether Van Jones was attempting to use a metaphor and failing badly or speaking in literal terms. This guy appears to be either losing his mind or flailing while failing to find a coherent message. I am continually fascinated by how these radicals can argue in support of climate change with a straight face in light of all that's happened. As if they weren't losing that debate badly enough already despite having the establishment media in their corner.

If this is the latest argument from the left wing whack job establishment over at the Center for American Progress (CAP) for why America needs to move to a green economy, they're in serious trouble. While speaking at CAP, Van Jones actually refers to oil as being the "ancient blood of our ancestors" and coal as their "broken bones". He uses those absurd premises to make the claim that our energy system is "based on death". As if that wasn't enough to garner sympathy for his cause, he bemoans the notion that we burn these energy sources "without ceremony" for those dead ancestors.

Using Jones' logic, he should be completely emaciated from not eating by now. His body represents an energy system that's based on death too.

This just might get the "most asinine argument of the millennium" award.

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