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Archive for July 6th, 2011

Here’s a shocker! The country’s largest education union will be endorsing the Ruler for re-election.

In a statement, NEA President Dennis Van Roekel says Obama and the union share a vision and members wanted early and strong support to help his election.

For more on the story, see Major teachers union endorses Obama’s re-election.


The Ruler’s Bread and Circuses Administration has finally admitted that they will publicly embrace the Muslim Brotherhood, which is an Islamist organization out to destroy the United States, Israel, or any nation identified with freedom.

“Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.”—Muslim Brotherhood motto

The Brotherhood views Islam as an all-encompassing, universal faith. Its ultimate goal is to spread Islamic law and create Muslim states throughout the world.

The Brotherhood advocates violence to spread Islam.

“Always intend to go for Jihad and desire martyrdom. Prepare for it as much as you can.”—Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood

Even William Kristol and Dana Perino, who praised the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak as a good thing on FoxNews, can now see who will be controlling Egypt.

Is it just me, or does anybody else think it’s time Republicans send the neocons back to the statist Democrat Party from whence they came and where they truly belong?

For more on the story, see The Tipping Point: Embracing the Muslim Brotherhood and A rare look at secretive Brotherhood in America.


Assault rifles linked to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ “Fast and Furious” program are turning up at crime scenes in the United States.

ATF agents testified in a Congressional hearing that they allowed straw buyers to purchase weapons for distribution to known criminals who in theory would lead ATF officials to drug kingpins in Mexico.

According to testimony, some agents never tracked the weapons once they were sold and now hundreds of them on U.S. and Mexican streets in the hands of criminals.

“I believe that these firearms will continue to turn up at crime scenes on both sides of the border for years to come.”—Peter Forcelli, ATF Special Agent

Approximately 2,500 weapons were purchased by straw buyers and a few hundred have been recovered.

For more on the story, see Weapons linked to controversial ATF strategy found in Valley crimes.


When Scott Walker, Republican governor of Wisconsin, proposed a budget to limit the collective bargaining powers for some public employees, Democrats, union officials, and public employees predicted catastrophe should the bill become law.

Well, the bill became law, and the state didn’t fall apart; in fact, for the Kaukauna School District in the Fox River Valley, the bill’s been more of a godsend than a catastrophe.

The district was facing a $400,000 deficit, but now that the law’s new policies have been put into effect, school officials estimate a $1.5 million surplus.

And it’s all because of the very provisions that union leaders predicted would be disastrous.

For more on the story, see Union curbs rescue a Wisconsin school district.


It is now verboten for Scotland’s civil servants to say the word, “homosexual.” According to the government’s recent guidance, civil servants working on councils, health boards, and quangos (quasi-autonomous non-governmental organisations) should use “gay” instead of homosexual.

“It is not acceptable to use the word ‘homosexual’, this term is offensive to many people as it is the term that was used in law to make same sex relationships illegal.”—Scottish Government guidance document

For more on the story, see Scots civil servants banned from saying ‘homosexual.’


In a video preview for GBTV, Beck is asked about his political leanings by Raj Nair, GBTV’s head correspondent. During the walking interview on the streets of New York, Beck tells Nair that he hates Republicans as much as Democrats.

“Ask the average person, [if] am I a Republican. The average person will say [yes]. I hate them. I don’t know how to say.. I hate them. I think they’re as much of a problem as the other side.”—Glenn Beck

Now that he’s been outfoxed at Fox, the wily Beck is chumming to expand his Web audience. He’s a crass opportunist and a phony who should not be trusted or taken seriously by anyone who’s trying keep this country from a dictatorship and one-party rule.

For more on the story, see Glenn Beck: I Hate Republicans, Too and Beck on Republicans: ‘I hate them.’


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