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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Unsung David Anthony Shaffer on National Security Leaks: 'People have died'

Ret. Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer was on Fox and Friends yesterday morning to discuss the controversy over the national security leaks that allegedly came from the White House, despite Obama's claim that such a charge is "offensive."

Shaffer knows intelligence. He was an integral part of Able Danger, a data mining program that identified 9/11 hijackers, including Mohamed Atta, one year prior to 9/11. It's obvious that Shaffer is spitting mad about these leaks. It is his contention that these leaks originated at the "National Security level" at a minimum.

As for Able Danger, it was largely Shaffer's work on that operation, and how he stood up to the full governmental assault against him, that I thought warranted an entire chapter in my upcoming book, Unsung Davids, to tell his very courageous story.

Via Fox Nation:

Who's Lying? David Axelrod or Eric Holder?

At the June 7th House Judiciary Committee Hearing, Rep. Randy Forbes (R-VA) asked Attorney General Eric Holder about the AG's relationship with Senior Adviser to Barack Obama, David Axelrod. Fast forward to the 1:30 mark for the relevant excerpt. Here are some quotes from Holder that might raise some eyebrows after watching the exchange between Axelrod and CNN's Candy Crowley.

From the June 7th hearing, via the Daily Caller:

Note that Holder asserts that he'd had conversations with Axelrod about how best to handle political attacks that were being levied against the Justice Department. Forbes also got Holder to admit to having conversations with Axelrod and the White House Counsel's office about how to address Congress relative to Fast and Furious.

Contrast Holder's claims about his meetings with Axelrod with the words of Axelrod himself, today on CNN's State of the Union. Axelrod says he "rarely spoke to (Holder)." When asked by Crowley if he ever offered political advice to Holder, Axelrod had a one-word answer:


Via DC:

Liberal talk show host Bill Press channels Meathead

Earlier this week, liberal talk show host Bill Press impugned the national anthem, saying it was "un-singable" and that it was a "major crusade" of his to "get rid of the Star Spangled Banner." After saying "there's so much wrong with it, I don't know where to start," Press proceeded to deride the fact that the lyrics glorified war. Have a listen before watching Meathead from 'All in the Family' echo very similar complaints.

Here is an exchange between Archie Bunker and his freeloading liberal son-in-law, Meathead from forty years ago. Archie - who was the one who actually worked while putting up his daughter's husband so Meathead could go to college and learn how to be a "subversive" - was trying to watch a football game when the national anthem comes on. Meathead, a disrespectful liberal punk, who had no respect for the fact that Archie was sustaining his very existence, insults the Star Spangled Banner after attempting to get Archie to sing it.

The best part? All in the Family was created by far left liberal whacko, Norman Lear and Archie (the embodiment of Lear's attempt to mock conservatives) actually stole the show.

Audio: John Wayne on Liberals in 1975

My, how Hollywood has fallen since John Wayne.

Mild language warning.

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