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  • The evolution of Democratic criminality

    01/20/2018 8:20:12 AM PST · by rktman · 21 replies ^ | 1/19/2018 | Craige McMillan
    Criminality invariably increases in frequency and severity when it goes unpunished. The best example is no longer street thugs or gang members, but Democratic congressmen. Democrat Adam Schiff seems to be the star leaker on the House Intelligence Committee. He specializes in open communication with big-media anti-Trump propagandists, who are expert at publishing only the bits damaging to the president. Now Mr. Schiff and his fellow crime syndicate colleagues have changed their tune. The committee has been sitting on a document for months, without one single “share” to its credit. Even Mr. Schiff, the serial leaker, hasn’t passed it on...
  • Activists confess to sabotaging, delaying the Dakota Access Pipeline

    08/07/2017 10:17:58 AM PDT · by rktman · 10 replies ^ | 8/7/2017 | John Sexton
    I missed this when it was announced roughly two weeks ago but it’s worth pointing out even now. Two activists confessed to multiple acts of sabotage against the Dakota Access Pipeline using cutting torches and other tools. The two women, who are part of an Iowa’s Catholic Worker social justice movement, made the announcement before a small group of journalists and then started prying letters off a sign for the Iowa Utilities Board, which got them arrested. From the Des Moines Register:
  • Trump’s biggest mistake – not going after Hillary

    07/13/2017 2:58:55 PM PDT · by rktman · 69 replies ^ | 7/13/2017 | Keith Edwards
    When Donald Trump said he would not pursue legal action against Hillary Clinton after he won the election, the majority of his supporters were not happy. After all, what Hillary, her family. and the Clinton Foundation actually did, or were accused of doing through credible evidence, was obviously criminal. Fast forward to today and the onslaught of false Russian collusion accusations against President Trump and it is obvious why not going after Hillary was a huge mistake. After the election, as there always seems to be, there is a kind of political vacuum period. It is usually called a honeymoon...
  • MSNBC Panel: GOP Criticizing Rice ‘Maybe Because She’s A Black Woman’

    04/05/2017 7:32:23 AM PDT · by rktman · 45 replies ^ | 4/4/2017 | Derek Hunter
    MSNBC host Chris Matthews and MSNBC contributor David Corn believe they know why Republicans have a problem with President Barack Obama’s former National Security Advisor Susan Rice – her gender and her skin color. In discussing how Republicans reacted to Rice, who it was revealed this week asked for names of Trump campaign officials to be unmasked in intelligence reports, telling conflicting stories in the past few weeks, Matthews observed, “Notice it’s always a female? Just a thought.” “By the way,” Matthews, whose wife Kathleen is interim Chair of the Maryland Democratic Party, declared, “this is all after the election....
  • EPA’s Environmental Justice Head Quits Over Trump’s Climate Policies(mustafa ali?)

    03/09/2017 9:52:56 AM PST · by rktman · 75 replies ^ | 3/9/2017 | Chris White
    The head of the EPA’s environmental justice program resigned Thursday over concerns President Donald Trump might slash funding for the 24-year-old project. Mustafa Ali, a former senior to the administrator responsible for directing the agency’s actions protecting minority communities, stepped down in a letter to EPA administrator Scott Pruitt. He also voiced concern the Pruitt plans on gutting the project. “I wonder if our new leadership has had the opportunity to converse with those who need our help the most,” Ali wrote in the memo. “I strongly encourage you and your team to continue promoting agency efforts to validate these...
  • Donald Trump made millions from Saudi Arabia, but trashes Hillary Clinton(T)

    09/04/2016 9:49:21 AM PDT · by rktman · 96 replies ^ | 9/4/2016 | stephen rex brown
    Donald Trump has blasted Hillary Clinton for accepting money from Saudi Arabia through her foundation, but a Daily News investigation reveals he has padded his bank account with cash from the same country. Trump sold the 45th floor of Trump World Tower to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for $4.5 million in June 2001, according to a city Finance Department spokeswoman. In 2008, the apartments became part of the Saudi Mission to the United Nations, records show. The five apartments included 10 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms at the time of the sale, and had yearly common charges of $85,585 for...
  • Guilt by Association, Real vs Imagined

    08/31/2016 8:38:10 AM PDT · by rktman · 15 replies ^ | 8/31/2016 | Karin McQuillan
    Hillary Clinton would have us believe that Trump is a scary member of the white supremacist radical fringe. Democrats are happy to believe her, even though Trump has zero relationship with hate groups. None, nada, zilch. Their only evidence is gotcha questions from liberal reporters asking Trump to repudiate David Duke over and over, tarring him by association. But there is no association, except in liberal minds that see Republicans, that is, the majority of whites in this country, as hate-filled kooks. In contrast, Hillary actually does support BLM, a racist organization that promotes murder of whites. She repeats the...
  • Clinton Global Initiative Moderator Describes Group’s Events As ‘Creepy,’ ‘Disgusting,’ ‘Gross’

    08/27/2016 7:03:33 AM PDT · by rktman · 18 replies ^ | 8/26/2016 | Chuck Ross
    A liberal journalist who has moderated forums hosted by the Clinton Global Initiative offered a brutal takedown of the organization, describing it as “creepy,” “disgusting” and “gross.” Adam Davidson, who hosts a show for NPR and has written for New York Magazine, also said during an appearance on Slate’s “Political Gabfest” podcast this week, that the Bill and Hillary Clinton-controlled group’s events are “all about buying access.” [dcquiz] And later in the podcast, he said that the Clinton Foundation has made the Clintons “beholden to scumbags.” Davidson’s harsh critique comes as Hillary Clinton faces accusations that her family charities are...
  • Trey Gowdy Destroys FBI’s James Comey over Hillary Clinton’s ‘Intent’

    07/07/2016 9:25:40 AM PDT · by catnipman · 105 replies
    Brietbart ^ | 7/7/2016 | Joel B. Pollak
    Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) demolished FBI director James Comey’s claim Thursday that the government lacked sufficient evidence of criminal intent to prosecute former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for mis-handling classified information.
  • Distrust of federal land agencies escalates with conviction of Oregon ranchers

    11/27/2015 5:09:19 AM PST · by rktman · 23 replies ^ | 11/27/2015 | Marjorie Haun
    Ranchers in the West are engaged in 21st-century range wars, but their adversaries are not the rustlers and cattle barons of lore. Federal land management agencies, overzealous officers, and self-righteous judges are the foes western ranchers fear the most. On October 7, father and son ranchers from Oregon, Dwight, 73, and Steven Hammond, 46, were labeled as terrorists and sentenced to five years in federal prison under anti-terrorism laws. In 2001, a fire set by the Hammonds to eliminate overgrown sagebrush on their own property inadvertently spread to adjacent BLM land. The two were convicted of arson when the Bureau...
  • Vague Criminal Laws Threaten Individual Liberty and Burden the Justice System

    02/25/2014 8:39:57 AM PST · by MichCapCon · 12 replies
    Capitol Confidential ^ | 2/21/2014 | Michael Reitz
    You may be a criminal without even knowing it. Centuries ago, there were only nine felonies under English Common Law. The common law dealt with behavior that is widely understood to be culpable — murder, theft, rape, etc. — but in today's state legislatures and in Congress, innocuous behavior is too often criminalized. In Michigan, a person can be convicted of a crime for betting in an office March Madness pool, or mocking a person who refuses to duel. Accompanying this over-criminalization is the failure of legislatures to define the intent necessary for a prosecutor to prove a crime has...
  • Not So Criminal Minds: Government Convicts People Who Do Not Knowingly Commit Crimes

    12/18/2013 5:39:38 AM PST · by MichCapCon · 10 replies
    Capitol Confidential ^ | 12/15/2013 | Jarrett Skorup
    LANSING — There are thousands of federal laws and many more coming from the states. So many, that at the national level the government doesn't even try to add them up anymore. And while historically the state has had to show that a person knowingly committed a crime, many criminal statutes have abandoned this approach. In recent decades, the government has criminalized an ever-increasing amount of activity, including many things not thought to be harming anyone. What can be done to turn that tide while keeping society safe was the topic of an "Issues and Ideas" event put on by...
  • Government Takeover: White House Forces Obamacare Insurers To Cover Unpaid Patients At A Loss

    12/14/2013 6:42:25 AM PST · by bigcat32 · 87 replies
    Forbes ^ | 12/14/13 | Avik Roy
    Of all of the last-minute delays, website bungles, and Presidential whims that have marred the roll-out of Obamacare’s subsidized insurance exchanges, what happened on Thursday, December 12 will stand as one of the most lawless acts yet committed by this administration.
  • NBC probe centers on staffer in shooting story error

    04/05/2012 8:37:39 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 60 replies
    Reuters ^ | April 5, 2012
    (Reuters) - An internal NBC News probe has determined a "seasoned" producer was to blame for a misleading clip of a 911 call that the network broadcast during its coverage of the Trayvon Martin shooting, according to two sources at the network. NBC News brass interviewed more than half a dozen staffers during its investigation of the misleadingly edited 911 call placed by George Zimmerman just before he shot the unarmed Florida teenager, said the sources, one of whom is an executive at the network. The clip aired on the network's flagship "Today" morning show last week. The edit made...
  • Why scientists lie -- and what to do about it

    12/01/2009 3:28:49 AM PST · by Scanian · 13 replies · 792+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | December 01, 2009 | Paul Shlichta
    The recent revelations of misrepresentation by CRU scientists about research on climate change should come as no surprise. Scientists, like all human beings, are sometimes tempted to lie or cheat and occasionally they succumb to those temptations. Actually, scientists don't do too badly. According to a recent analysis of surveys of scientific misconduct: "In surveys asking about the behavior of colleagues, fabrication, falsification, and modification [of data] had been observed, on average, by over 14% of respondents, and other questionable practices [such as 'dropping data points based on a gut feeling', and 'changing the design, methodology or results of a...
  • Controversial Professor Plans to Risk Arrest After University Cancels His Classes

    08/31/2007 8:21:09 AM PDT · by Froufrou · 42 replies · 1,153+ views
    FOX ^ | 08/30/07 | Melissa Drosjack
    A professor whose views on the Holocaust irked critics plans to risk arrest by showing up on the first day of classes next week at DePaul University after officials canceled his courses, took away his office and put him on leave. The private Chicago Catholic university recently informed professor Norman Finkelstein that his three courses were canceled after a dispute over tenure that drew charges of anti-Semitism against him. Critics find issue with Finkelstein, the son of Holocaust survivors, who believes that some Jews have exploited the Holocaust. Finkelstein is the author of five books, including "The Holocaust Industry: Reflections...
  • London police condemn water-pistol game

    07/25/2006 5:24:32 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 33 replies · 1,026+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 26 July 2006
    LONDONERS began a citywide role playing game where people roam the capital to shoot each other with water pistols - and police warned that contestants might be committing criminal offences. "StreetWars" have already taken place in New York, Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Vienna - described on their website by tournament organisers as "A three week long, 24/7, watergun assassination tournament". As part of the game, participants are handed a manila envelope containing the details of their "target", including their name, home and work addresses, along with a picture, and are assigned with the task of "assassinating" them with...
  • NBC may soon be out of 'Order'

    01/29/2006 11:12:49 AM PST · by LdSentinal · 22 replies · 1,046+ views
    New York Newsday ^ | 1/25/06 | Verne Gay
    Nothing lasts forever, Lord knows, but multiply that little platitude by a billion and the history of prime-time TV suddenly comes into focus. Shows come. Shows go. Like puffy little clouds drifting on a nice summer day, they all eventually succumb to audience and especially network indifference, then - poof! - no more nice little summer cloud. But come to think of it, there has been this one show that has flirted with immortality. Bound by an ironclad formula that has made it resistant to change, this formula has also made the show resistant to decay. One key actor decides...
  • Abortion Debate-Shaky Legal Ground

    01/10/2006 7:54:24 AM PST · by conserv371 · 10 replies · 589+ views
    Fox News ^ | January 10, 2006
    Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., wasted no time getting down to business Tuesday, plunging right into whether Alito believes privacy is protected by the Constitution and his views on abortion. "Senator, I do believe the Constitution protects the right to privacy," Alito responded when Specter asked if the nominee accepts the principles of Griswold v. Connecticut, a case that established that medical contraception fell under the right to privacy and legalized birth control. Alito also said he believes that same protection is provided for single women.
  • Law and Order propaganda alert

    02/13/2005 6:57:22 PM PST · by nostromo56 · 31 replies · 2,004+ views
    Law and order is currently running a major propaganda story on the detention of terrorists. The first episode with Chris Noth turns out to be a bleeding heart slant on the treatment of terrorist. Totally disgusting.