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Tuesday, December 21, 2010


Start looking for the Pigford case to get increased attention courtesy of the Documentary that was produced by Lee Stranahan in conjunction with Andrew Breitbart. Here we have another two minute clip that exposes another layer of the fraud. Here, a man named Tom Burrell, head of the Black Farmer Agricultural Association, Inc. explains the difference between Farmer 'A' and Farmer 'B' with the former representing black farmers who had conducted work with the USDA that was backed up with documentation and the latter simply being black farmers who 'attempted to farm' and didn't necessarily have any proof.

The claim made by Burrell is made all the more egregious if his math is correct; there's no reason to believe it is. Burrell claims that 8 out of 9 black farmers who were awarded $50,000 each, consisted of the 'attempted to farm' group.

Via Big Government:


Anyone who thinks Van Jones was relegated to insignificance when he resigned from the Obama administration as the Green Jobs czar in September of 2009 is sadly mistaken. As a fellow with the Center for American Progress (CAP), he's speaking for the Soros-funded organization that is driving White House policy. Here he is on November 4th bemoaning the failure of Cap and Trade last year. Not only that but he's encouraging his audience to go to the EPA and admit that putting a cap on carbon emissions is a game of make believe but to enforce it anyway.

We are witnessing an administration - with the help of CAP - that is bound and determined to ignore the 112th Congress by using agencies that report to the Executive Branch (EPA, FCC, etc.) to do its will. Van Jones has been saying quite a bit lately and that should be ringing alarm bells.

Via The Blaze:


As if any of us needed another reason to question the competence of Janet Napolitano in the war against Islamic terror, she delivers one almost a year after telling Americans 'the system worked' when the Christmas Day bomber's underwear failed to explode as his plane descended into Detroit. In this exchange, Dianne Sawyer asks Napolitano to give Americans assurance that her Department will keep them safe during this season of heavy travel.

Her response? Freudian slip or not, assuring viewers that DHS is working hard 24/7, 364 days a year only helps to further the perception that it's ill-equipped to deal with the threats our nation faces. The worst part? She didn't even tell us which day her department is going to take a snooze so we could prepare. My follow-up question would be to ask her if travelers would get the added benefit of not having their junk touched on that day as well. I mean, it's the least the DHS can do, right?

My inclination would be to give the head of the DHS a pass for making such a mistake but Napolitano has already proven to be far too incompetent to hold the position.

Via MediaIte:


Rep. Peter King (R-NY) wrote an Op-ed in Newsday about his intentions to hold hearings on the radicalization of Muslims in the United States. That stance raised some eyebrows but it's the reaction of the pair owned by New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg that may indicate congressman King is onto something. Earlier this year, it was the tone deaf Bloomberg who went against 71% of New Yorkers who opposed the Ground Zero mosque.

Now he's taking issue with a U.S. congressman who wants to confront the problem of radical Islam head-on. Bloomberg's reaction via the New York Post:
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says a New York congressman’s planned hearings on radical Islam are not appropriate.

Rep. Peter King said in an opinion piece in Sunday’s Newsday that he intends to “break down the wall of political correctness” in the debate about what he calls Islamic radicalization.
Bloomberg was reacting to King's op-ed in Newsday which appeared on December 20th:
Earlier this month, I was elected by the House Republican Conference to be chairman of the Homeland Security Committee. I've made it clear that I'll focus the committee on counterterrorism and hold hearings on a wide range of issues, including radicalization of the American Muslim community and homegrown terrorism.

I've received many expressions of support and congratulations from government leaders, police and fire officials, and ordinary citizens. But my selection has not been received with universal acclaim. This is nothing new - the unwarranted criticisms go back years.

To some in the strata of political correctness, I'm a pretty bad guy. To be blunt, this crowd sees me as an anti-Muslim bigot. A spokesman for the Committee on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) denounced me last year for making "bigoted remarks . . . about Muslims and mosques (that) have no place in national security discussions."

In a 2006 CNN report about comments I'd made about Muslim leaders on Long Island, Paula Zahn said my charges were "causing a lot of outrage" before proceeding to asking me "Are you a Muslim hater?"
What should be clear is that standing with CAIR - as Bloomberg has done - does not mean you're not a bigot. It just means you're standing with a group that belongs to a larger group (Muslim Brotherhood) that wants to take down the United States from within.

The American public should take note. Bloomberg is a coward and Peter King is facing the truth.

Here is King further explaining his position.

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