Trial For Bush “Crimes Against Humanity”

Just when you thought these America-hating crackpots couldn’t get any crazier, they decide to put on some Stalinesque Show Trials again. (I guess I missed their first go round, what with all my Halloween preparations underway.)

And what a collection of worthies they have assembled as judges.

There’s the former CIA flunky, pathological liar, anti-Semitic street preacher, Ray McGovern, who has nobly dedicated his life to begging current and former intel workers to leak classified information to hurt our country and help our enemies.

There’s the cop-shooting, drug-dealing, Katrina scamming, race-baiting, felony ex-con, Black Panther, Rastafarian, pretend Moslem, Donald Guyton Donald Thomas Malik Rahim.

And so many more bright lights from Hate America, Inc (a George Soros Company ).

So be there or be square!

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More Non-Moslem Violence – From Indonesia

What would we do without our unbiased one party media to ferret out the truth?

Get a load of the contortions the terrorist enablers at Reuters perform to pretend this attack was not just the latest in a series of hundreds carried out by Indonesian Moslems upon Christians:

Bomb blast at Christian market kills 7 in Indonesia

Sat Dec 31, 9:02 AM ET

A bomb packed with nails exploded in a crowded Christian market selling pork ahead of New Year celebrations in eastern Indonesia on Saturday, killing at least seven people and wounding 53, police said.

The early morning blast in Palu, capital of volatile Central Sulawesi province, came after warnings of militant violence during the Christmas and New Year season in Indonesia. But it appeared to be linked to regional tensions, not international Islamic militancy.

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Latest On Malik Rahim’s Common Ground

In case anyone was still wondering about GQ’s Person of the Year, Malik Rahim and his pretend Moslem Mosque Medical Center, "Common Criminals Ground," we have an end of year update from one of his moronic dupes heroic volunteers:

happy solstice
Monday, December 26, 2005

Today I’ve begun my new role as the go-to guy for all of Common Grounds hauling needs. The ball hitch on my truck will carry CG’s trailer so I spend my first day carrying cases of food from the distribution center to the community center.

Then someone tells of a down tree that has been bucked up by the women’s center and four of us go and load it up to feed the oil drum fire that bburns all night in the church courtyard.

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Yet Another Round Of ‘Guess That Party’

There is certainly nothing particularly newsworthy about a politician going to jail for lining his own pockets. But just as a thought experiment, try to find any mention of former Representative Ballance’s party affiliation.

It’s not mentioned in any of the half dozen or so articles that I have scanned about his departure for jail, including this typically upbeat story about what a great guy he is:

Former U.S. Congressman Frank Ballance, joined by his mother Alice, arrives at the “People’s Freedom Rally”, which was held in his honor Wednesday night.

Farewell rally for former Congressman heading to prison

Supporters of Frank Ballance say they will stand by him over the next four years

Laila Muhammad
WNCT-TV 9
Wednesday, December 28, 2005

A former Congressman is packing his bags for the big house.

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DOJ To Investigate New York Times Leaks

Finally, the Department Of Justice is taking on one of our most dangerous enemies in the war on terror, The New York Times.

Of course the DNC’s Associated Press try to spin this terrible news as best they can:

 

NY Times hero couple, Ethel And Julius Rosenberg – KGB codename "Liberal."

Justice Dept. Probing Domestic Spying Leak

Dec 30, 2:15 PM EST

By TONI LOCY
Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department has opened an investigation into the leak of classified information about President Bush’s secret domestic spying program.

The inquiry focuses on disclosures to The New York Times about warrantless surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, officials said.

The Times revealed the existence of the program two weeks ago in a front-page story that acknowledged the news had been withheld from publication for a year, partly at the request of the administration and partly because the newspaper wanted more time to confirm various aspects of the program.

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Cindy Sheehan’s Crazy End Of Year Diatribe

Of course it's the same old song of seditious lies, vicious smears and implicit threats. Mother Sheehan seems to be mentally incapable of saying anything new — or even slightly factual.

From that corpulent hypocrite who manages to be both a war and anti-war profiteer, Michael Moore's website:

2006: The Year the Chickenhawks Will Go Home to Roost

…a message from Cindy Sheehan

Since hot, hot Camp Casey in August, some amazing grass roots actions have taken place all over the country. People are starting to speak up and Congress has begun to take action against the criminal and neo-Fascist regime that tried to take over America.

From Camp Casey to Katrina to use of chemical weaponry and extraordinary rendition to illegally spying on American citizens without due process, Bushco has miserably failed our country and the world.

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FISA Court Prevented Al Qaeda Taps Before 9/11

How soon (and conveniently) the media forget.

Behold this passage from the May 2002 issue of the DNC organ, Newsweek :

WHAT WENT WRONG

The inside story of the missed signals and intelligence failures that raise a chilling question: did September 11 have to happen?

By Michael Hirsh and Michael Isikoff
May 27/02

…NEWSWEEK has learned there was one other major complication as America headed into that threat-spiked summer.

In Washington, Royce Lamberth, chief judge of the special federal court [the FISA Court] that reviews national-security wiretaps, erupted in anger when he found that an FBI official was misrepresenting petitions for taps on terror suspects. Lamberth prodded Ashcroft to launch an investigation, which reverberated throughout the bureau.

From the summer of 2000 on into the following year, sources said, the FBI was forced to shut down wiretaps of Qaeda-related suspects connected to the 1998 African embassy bombing investigation.

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Teacher Sues For ‘Right’ To Propagandize

From the Madison based Wisconsin State Journal:

Teacher pursues free speech lawsuit

DEE J. HALL

DEC 26, 2005

In the tense months before the United States invaded Iraq, elementary school teacher Deb Mayer was asked by one of her students whether she’d ever join an anti-war protest. The question was prompted by a Time For Kids magazine story that Mayer’s students had just read about a peace march in Washington, D.C.

Mayer, who had never been politically active, told her Bloomington, Ind., class that she sometimes blew her car horn to support demonstrators carrying "Honk for Peace" signs at the local courthouse. Mayer also told the class she thought it was important to seek out peaceful solutions before going to war.

That conversation in January 2003, which lasted all of five minutes, launched a nearly three-year odyssey for Mayer, who now lives in Madison as she awaits the outcome of her federal lawsuit against the Monroe County, Ind., school system for firing her.

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Commercialism Protest For Sale – Slasher Santa

Isn’t irony ironic?

Our oh-so-high-minded social commentator, Joel Krupnik, is now trying to make a buck off of his protest about the "commercialization of Christmas."

From those keepers of the faith at the DNC’s Associated Press:

Manhattan’s slasher-Santa display for sale

Dec 26, 12:09 AM EST

NEW YORK (AP) — For the man who has everything – or someone really desperate to find a last-minute gift – Joel Krupnik and Mildred Castellanos have an answer: Their red-suited Santa Claus figure, holding a bloody knife in one hand and a severed doll’s head in the other, went up for auction on Christmas Day.

Already, bidding had reached $200 and "might go higher, maybe even to $500," the New York Post quoted Krupnik as saying.

Lest anyone be offended – and some people were – Krupnik had explained earlier that the macabre holiday display outside the couple’s midtown Manhattan home was intended as a protest against the commercialization of Christmas.

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AP Calls MoveOn “Grassroots Movement”

It looks like Clinton crony and DNC stooge, Ron Fournier, got a little extra something in his pay envelope this week from Santa Soros:

Democratic activist Dave Renzella, a member of MoveOn.org,

Internet gives rise to people-driven political movements

Saturday December 24, 2005
By RON FOURNIER

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) Frustrated by government and empowered by technology, Americans are filling needs and fighting causes through grass-roots organizations they built themselves some sophisticated, others quaintly ad hoc.

This is the era of people-driven politics.

From a homemaker-turned-kingmaker in Pittsburgh to dog owners in New York to a “gym rat” here in southwest Florida, people are using the Internet to do what politicians can’t or won’t do.

This is their story, but it’s also an American story because ordinary folks are doing the extraordinary to find people with similar interests, organize them and create causes and connections.

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Thomas Nast’s “Pro War” Santa Cartoon

Since we have been on a Thomas Nast tear lately, it is only right and fitting that we should return to him at Christmas, as he is more or less the inventor of our Santa Claus.

Surprisingly, Nast's very first depiction of Santa Claus was a piece of political propaganda, done at the request of President Lincoln himself.

Lincoln thought a drawing showing Santa Claus in the Union camp would boost the North's morale and demoralize the South. It is reported to have accomplished both of these goals.

Shocking, isn't it? Our one party media's delicate sensibilities would not stand for such an outrage today. Unless of course it was done to further their agenda.

From the Son Of The South's Thomas Nast Collection:

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Thomas Nast's Original Civil War "Santa Claus In Camp"

This is Thomas Nast's earliest published picture of Santa Claus.

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Horror: Feds Monitoring Mosques For Nukes

Our "watchdog" media is at it again. Trumpeting a secret and legalprogram that was put in place to try to protect our safety.

Well, what is more important, catching a dirty bomb before it can go off, or the people’s right to know?

Luckily, US New & World Report has its priorities straight:

Nuclear Monitoring of Muslims Done Without Search Warrants

By David E. Kaplan

In search of a terrorist nuclear bomb, the federal government since 9/11 has run a far-reaching, top secret program to monitor radiation levels at over a hundred Muslim sites in the Washington, D.C., area, including mosques, homes, businesses, and warehouses, plus similar sites in at least five other cities, U.S. Newshas learned. In numerous cases, the monitoring required investigators to go on to the property under surveillance, although no search warrants or court orders were ever obtained, according to those with knowledge of the program.

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John Conyers Wife Involved In A Bar Fight

Despite being married to uber peacenik Congressman, John Conyers (D-Iraq) and, this being the season of "Peace On Earth," there is this bit of news from the DNC's Associated Press:

Wife of Congressman Involved in Bar Fight

Fri Dec 23

The wife of Democratic U.S. Rep. John Conyers has been accused of punching a woman in the eye during a bar fight.

A spokesman for Monica Conyers, a city councilwoman-elect, confirmed Friday that she was involved in an altercation. But he said Conyers merely defended herself after being attacked by another woman.

The spokesman said Rebecca Mews became upset Tuesday during a birthday celebration for an attorney, who Mews says was her date. While Conyers was speaking with the man, Mews "came over and literally started spewing obscene names," and shoved Conyers, said Conyers' chief of staff, Sam Riddle.

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The DOJ Lays Out The Legal Case For “Spying”

Here is an instructive letter from the Department Of Justice in response to the Democrats' latest ginned-up agit-prop about "spying":

U. S. Department of Justice
Office of Legislative Affairs

December 22, 2005

The Honorable Pat Roberts
Chairman
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510

The Honorable John D. Rockefeller, IV
Vice Chairman
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510

The Honorable Peter Hoekstra
Chairman
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515

The Honorable Jane Harman
Ranking Minority Member
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Chairmen Roberts and Hoekstra. Vice Chairman Rockefeller, and Ranking Member Harman:

As you know, in response to unauthorized disclosures in the media, the President has described certain activities of the National Security Agency ("NSA") that he has authorized since shortly after September 11, 2001 .

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“Read An American Newspaper – Not NYT”

This is as true today as it was during World War One, when it became the slogan of their arch-rival, The New York Herald.

Typically, the editors of The Times are so proud of their ability to rise above such a parochial thing as patriotism that they have listed this as a great moment in their illustrious history:

New York Times Timeline

1918
September

The Times is widely denounced for an editorial praising an Austrian peace proposal that falls short of unconditional surrender. Adolph Ochs’s patriotism is questioned; The Herald begins a circulation drive with the slogan "Read an American Newspaper."

Of course it has long been known that The New York Times is an enemy of this country. But most date the start of their hatred of the US back to their boosterism for Communism in the early 1930s.

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