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'Fasten your seat belt': Judge Napolitano stuns Juan Williams
November 22, 2013

"Juan, fasten your seat belt," Judge Andrew Napolitano warned liberal Juan Williams before he flabbergasted Williams with a lecture on the Constitution.

"You have abandoned the whole notion of conservatism tonight," a shocked Williams responded to the judge's lecture. "You have abandoned the notion that the Constitution means what it says," Napolitano retorted.

'Feasibility Studies' for Tribal 'Clean Energy' Projects Will Cost More Than Actual Projects
CNS News
by Susan Jones
February 17, 2012

President Obama's Energy Department is sending $6.5 million to American Indian tribes to support tribal energy development.

More than half of that $6.5 million will be spent on 13 "feasibility studies," which determine whether and how a project will work. Only $1.3 million will be spent on actual heating projects -- including one that uses wood to heat a tribal visitor center.

'First Amendment Cop' Stands Up for Protesters
by Andrew Lu
November 30, 2012

In a video that's gone viral, so-called "First Amendment cop" Stan Lenic lays down the (constitutional) law as protesters and airport officials argue over the right to hand out fliers.

The video shows a protester handing out fliers to passengers at the Albany International Airport in New York. She warns them of the health risks of going through full-body scanners and reminds them of their right to opt out, reports Albany's WNYT-TV. Then the airport's public relations guru Doug Myers approaches. He tells the young woman to turn off the camera and leave the area. Enter the "First Amendment cop" (actually, Sheriff's Deputy Lenic), who looks like he's going to back up Myers' cause. But what Lenic does next has made him a hero for free-speech advocates around the Internet.

'Flash' Mob Violence, Poverty, and Reclaiming the Streets
PJ Media
by David P. Goldman
June 21, 2012

Is poverty the root cause of crime or is it the other way around?

Streeterville is a quiet, upscale part of Chicago that encompasses the Magnificent Mile and is just south of the Gold Coast. Northwestern University's Law School is in Streeterville, as is its hospital. Oprah has an apartment in Streeterville. A close friend of mine once lived in Steeterville, and I spent many a late night walking off jet lag on its streets. After all, if you're not safe in Streeterville, where are you safe?

'For Imposing Taxes On Us Without Our Consent' - The Declaration's Words
PJ Media
by Ed Driscoll
July 4, 2012

A comparison: July 4, 1776 - July 4, 2012

On July 4, 1776, the American colonists declared independence from an overbearing king and legislature that imposed their will upon them without any regard for their petitions. "We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us," states the Declaration of Independence. Sound familiar? A defiant president and a Congress controlled by Democrats granted themselves an unwarranted jurisdiction when they, the Democrats only, passed ObamaCare. "Our repeated Petitions have been answered only by repeated injury," the Declaration states. Sound familiar?

'Forward' to the Past?
The American Spectator
by Thomas Sowell
December 20, 2012

Obama remains oblivious to lessons China and India learned the hard way.

The political slogan "Forward" served Barack Obama well during this year's election campaign. It said that he was for going forward, while Republicans were for "going back to the failed policies that got us into this mess in the first place." It was great political rhetoric and great political theater. Moreover, the Republicans did virtually nothing to challenge its shaky assumptions with a few hard facts that could have made those assumptions collapse like a house of cards. More is involved than this year's political battles. The word "forward" has been a political battle cry on the left for more than a century. It has been almost as widely used as the left's other favorite word, "equality," which goes back more than two centuries.

'Fresh Prince' Voice Mail Alarms Schools
Personal Liberty Alerts
by Upi - United Press International, Inc.
March 5, 2013

A voice mail tune on a phone in Beaver County, Pa., was mistaken as a threat, and officials closed down schools for 20 minutes.

The voice mail actually played the theme from the 1990s sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," which contains a line, "And all shooting some b-ball outside of the school," the Beaver County Times reported. Officials thought the line was about "shooting people outside of the school," the newspaper said.

'Frontline' Demonizes Dentists Providing Child Care for Profit
by Lawrence Meyers
July 7, 2012

This brings us to that bastion of balanced journalism, PBS's "Frontline", which offered a gross misrepresentation of Medicaid dentistry in this country in their June 26 episode.

"Dollars and Dentists" goes laughingly out of its way to bow at the altar of free health care and criticize for-profit providers who have provided a solution to a lack of dental care for low-income families. The show was a parody of "investigative journalism", trotting out a rogue's gallery of Typical Sympathetic Victims: poor people, the toothless, old ladies who are hard of hearing, screaming children, the undereducated, and crusading public officials. "Correspondent" Miles O'Brien accomplished this with the assistance of the Center for Public Integrity, an organization funded by a slew of Leftist charitable organizations.

'Future of Food at Stake' as Indiana Farmer Takes Monsanto to Top Court
by Occupy Monsanto
February 10, 2013

Farmer: 'I really don't consider it as David and Goliath. I think of it in terms of right and wrong'

75 year old Indiana soybean farmer, Vernon Hugh Bowman, is taking agriculture giant Monsanto to the supreme court over one of the most "systemic crisis" in modern farming: who controls the rights to the seeds planted in the ground. Farmer Hugh Bowman on his Sandborn, Ind. farm. "I really don't consider it as David and Goliath. I don't think of it in those terms. I think of it in terms of right and wrong," said the farmer in a recent interview.

'Gay' activist uses 'SWAT' to silence critics
by Bob Unruh
June 11, 2012

A Maine homosexual activist has used a court to deliver the latest "SWAT" attack on a pro-family advocate, obtaining a protective order even though the defendant, Brian Camenker of Mass Resistance, never had contacted him.

"SWAT" attacks on pro-family and pro-faith ministries have developed lately, and they involve someone using a telephone program and calling authorities purporting to be from the ministry or ministry leader's location. They "report" a murder, shooting or similar event. SWAT teams from local police jurisdictions then descend on the unsuspecting ministry leader and his family with guns drawn, creating high levels of danger for the innocent people.


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