Monday, May 31, 2010

What's her face, Kagan

As Harvard Law Dean, Kagan Did Not Require Study of U.S. Constitutional Law But Did Require Study of International and Foreign Law

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Kagan explained the move away from constitutional law was deliberate: “From the beginning of law school, students should learn to locate what they are learning about public and private law in the United States within the context of a larger universe -- global networks of economic regulation and private ordering, public systems created through multilateral relations among states, and different and widely varying legal cultures and systems.
A third world menu selection, by a Third World President.

Senate Energy Committee

Clothing spat

Al-Jazeera anchorwomen
'quit in clothing spat'

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Duke, one more time

Yes, Obama is the Manchurian Candidate

Two years ago, in the mist of a heated presidential election year, I noticed a Facebook page of Socialism 2008. The graffiti-like picture beckoned young Socialists to Chicago, Illinois on June 19th, 2008.  I RSVPed for the event on Facebook without fully understanding what had just taken place. The line between radical, liberal Democrat and socialist was almost invisible at this point. 

ACORN Political Operations Retreat November 2007 (among the pictured are senior staff Patrick Winogrond, Jessica Angus, Nathan Henderson-James, Kimberly Olson, Amy Busefink and Johanna Sharrard)

Anita MonCrief  describes herself as "Ex-Liberal, ACORN Whistleblower, Citizen Journalist."  Consider her ACORN'S  Joe Valachi, and ask why she too has not been asked to testify before a congressional committee?  In an administration where everything demands the suspension of disbelief, so too does the fact that the media, with the exception of Fox News, have flat ignored her tale.  This passage about the "motor-voter" bill particularly infuriates me.  I'm convinced that without this type of fraud, the Democrat party would not be close to having a congressional majority, and Obama would never have been elected.

Wade Rathke and Zach Polett learned the path to power quickly and utilized their influence to pass the 1996 National Voter Registration Act  (the "Motor Voter" bill). Polett, seated below to the far left in a dark suit and tie, had officially brought the Arkansas based ACORN to Washington.
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Interestingly, on the same page with their tales of insider dealing,  ACORN discusses how the network of unions, non-profits and corporations were created for the express purpose of pushing ACORN's socialist agenda.


Pants on fire DlXVl

So a two-term President who is now ambassador to the world is running errands for the White House chief of staff, and the plumb job he has at his disposal is a seat on the President's Intelligence Advisory Board, or perhaps the President's Commission on White House Fellowships?

And the Congressman was supposed to give up his reasonable chance at a U.S. Senate seat for such a sinecure? As a simple matter of political respect, Mr. Clinton could at least have thrown in a consulting gig with Yucaipa.
- Rahm to Bill to Joe

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Had this been a Republican, Henry Waxman ... you know.
George W. Bush merely exercised his right to fire a handful of U.S. Attorneys, and Democrats made that a federal case for years even though it has since gone nowhere legally.

Census workers fired/rehired; job creation scam

Report: Obama fires entire White House
staff every morning, then rehires.
Or something like that.