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Wednesday, December 8, 2010


The Pigford settlement in 1997 required black farmers who were discriminated against to be paid $50,000 by the . Those to be awarded totaled less than 500 farmers by the US Dept of Agriculture. Magically, since then, the number of black farmers that received the $50,000 award has not only ballooned to well over the number of original claimants but it has far exceeded the actual number of black farmers.

Whistleblower Jimmy Dismuke is a real black farmer and once you hear what he has to say, you'll understand how so many non-farmers received the cash award - people were told that if they owned a potted plant, they were farmers.


Via Big Government:

Zombie has the best analysis of the Pigford scam.


As I watched the tax rate debate unfold, I couldn't help but think of the video of Van Jones recorded by Adam Sharp on November 30th in which the former seemed to be predicting insurrection at best and calling for it at worst based on a future lack of economic prosperity and the subsequent attack on diversity by unnamed opponents to that diversity - the implication was that the Tea Party would fit the demographic.

Via Floyd Reports:

Many have strongly believed – with Rush Limbaugh leading the charge for over a year now – that Barack Obama has been intentionally destroying the U.S. economy. Now, thanks to Obama's concession that allowing the current tax rates to expire would harm the middle class, coupled with the words of former Green Jobs czar and current fellow at the Center for American Progress (CAP), Van Jones, Limbaugh's accuracy record is about to gain another fraction of a percentage point.

On November 30th, conservative blogger Adam Sharp went to Washington University in St. Louis to record video of Van Jones as he spoke there. Sharp persisted when campus police, event coordinators, and others attempted to prohibit him from recording the event by reminding them that it was billed as being open to the public. Ironically, the person who finally conceded to Sharp's right to record was Jones himself.

That may have been a mistake on the part of Van "The Wizard" because it allowed Toto to pull back the proverbial curtain.

In one of the more shocking videos of late, Jones seemed to predict civil war in the United States because America will continue to become "less and less economically prosperous" while becoming "more and more ethnically diverse." As he spoke of our nation becoming more ethnically diverse, his body language communicated that Americans would become more divided.

After saying that increased diversity coupled with a bad economy is "not a recipe for common ground, that's a recipe for a battleground," Jones went on to say that "opponents" (presumably capitalists) would "attack" and "fear" diversity as economic conditions deteriorate. He cited "immigrants," "Muslims," and homosexuals as targets of those "opponents." Was Jones laying the groundwork for the excitement of domestic insurrection once economic conditions deteriorate enough?

Barack Obama suffered what Limbaugh identified as his first legislative defeat when he agreed to a two-year extension of the current tax rates. Obama wanted to see earners of more than $250,000 a year return to a higher rate, identifying them as wealthy. That premise is faulty because such a group includes small business owners whose gross income may put them in such a category but whose bottom line puts them in a much lower one. In short, the Obama plan, ultimately rejected by Republicans emboldened by the recent election results, would lead us closer to the "potential nightmare scenario" Van Jones spoke about because our nation would necessarily become less economically prosperous as a result.

While it's true that Jones is no longer in the administration, his fellowship with the Center for American Progress allows him to be part of a group that advises the White House on policy. To say that the views of Jones do not reflect those of the Obama administration is borderline laughable. Shortly after Obama's election in 2008, TIME Magazine called the CAP his "Idea Factory;" in 2009, The Washington Post's Greg Sargent wrote on his Plum Line blog that the CAP had launched a "War Room" to drive the Obama agenda; last summer, the Wall Street Journal reported that the CAP appeared to "have more influence on spill policy than the president's in-house advisers" during the BP oil spill.

Does that increased influence translate to Jones having more influence on this administration than he did before he resigned in disgrace after Glenn Beck unmasked him in 2009? In fact, to average Americans, Jones was so disgraced that the White House's refusal to fire him rather than allow him to resign said perhaps as much about the administration as it did about Jones.

This leads us to the head of CAP, John Podesta who hired Jones after the latter was exposed on so many levels for a myriad of shocking revelations about his past and his beliefs.

As both Jones' boss and the head of an organization that retains him, does Podesta agree with the former Green Jobs czar? Does Podesta endorse the views Jones expressed at Washington University on November 30th? If he does, is he advising the Obama administration on policies that would help Jones' "nightmare scenario" come to fruition? If Limbaugh is right about Obama intentionally destroying the economy, can we surmise that the president is doing so at the behest of the Center for American Progress based on the views expressed by one of its leaders in Jones?

Lastly, if the answer to all of those questions is yes, I have one more.

Is exciting domestic insurrection an impeachable offense?
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MSNBC's Keith Olbermann has officially directed one of his unhinged, incoherent and verbose rants right at Obama for caving to the Republicans on the extension of the Bush tax cuts. Consider it another fringe benefit of the deal. To set the foundation for what he believed to be an argument, Olbermann starts out by quoting Churchill, in an effort to align himself with best leader of the 20th Century - who just so happened to be a conservative. As if that wasn't enough, Olbermann went on to trash Neville Chamberlain, which is one of the people Olby sees when he looks in the mirror.

Perhaps Olbermann finally unmasked himself by calling on all Americans to support the position of the only registered socialist in the U.S. Senate, Bernie Sanders (I-VT). Keep in mind, Olbermann is chastising Obama for being too moderate. That should say all you need to know and confirm that Olbermann longs for a Soviet style government.

If pressed for time, fast forward to the 9:45 mark to see Olby in all of his unhinged glory.

Click, sit back, and enjoy the left's version of Dennis Miller as he rips into Obama.

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h/t Hapblog


To those who are familiar with the Weather Underground, the sentiment expressed by Ayers in this radio interview is not earth-shattering but it does underscore the points made by the likes of the man who infiltrated the Weather Underground for the FBI in late 1969 / early 1970, Larry Grathwohl. Keep in mind that Grathwohl chronicled his experience in great detail in his book, Bringing Down America in 1976.

Among his claims, which he testified to under oath, was that Bill Ayers told him and others that Bernadine Dohrn planted the bomb that exploded outside a window of the Park Police station in San Francisco on February 16, 1970. That bomb took the life of police officer Brian McDonnell. Grathwohl's testimony was further corroborated on September 16, 2009 when writer Peter Jamison reported that two retired FBI agents had come forward with more evidence that involved two witnesses.

With that as a backdrop, listen to Ayers today, via The Blaze:

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