Friday, August 12, 2005

16 days Later...



According to Boreamerica, Radioequalizer, and MichelleMalkin the New York Times finally broke its silence and posted a report about Air America's embezzlement of nearly $900,000 from children to its Radio Network. Hat tip to Boreamerica, Radioequalizer, and MichelleMalkin.

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Thursday, August 11, 2005

Message From the Sheehan Family




The family of American soldier Casey Sheehan, who was killed in Iraq on April 4, 2004, has broken its silence and spoken out against his mother Cindy Sheehan's anti-war vigil against George Bush held outside the president's Crawford, Texas ranch.

The following email was received by the DRUDGE REPORT from Casey's aunt and godmother:

Our family has been so distressed by the recent activities of Cindy we are breaking our silence and we have collectively written a statement for release. Feel free to distribute it as you wish. Thanks Ð Cherie

In response to questions regarding the Cindy Sheehan/Crawford Texas issue: Sheehan Family Statement:

The Sheehan Family lost our beloved Casey in the Iraq War and we have been silently, respectfully grieving. We do not agree with the political motivations and publicity tactics of Cindy Sheehan. She now appears to be promoting her own personal agenda and notoriety at the the expense of her son's good name and reputation. The rest of the Sheehan Family supports the troops, our country, and our President, silently, with prayer and respect.

Sincerely,

Casey Sheehan's grandparents, aunts, uncles and numerous cousins.

Classic Example of Black Liberal Hypocrisy



There has been an informal celebration of the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. On August 6, 1965 the bedrock legislation was signed into law. One of the most well known Civil Rights activists from that period in history is John Lewis. I am writing this because his name, profile and comments continue to be reported without the important political context that it deserves. Currently, John Lewis is a Congressman from the 5th district of the state of Georgia. At that time Lewis served as Chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).

According to an article in Sojourners Magazine, "Few in the U.S. Congress have the moral stature of Rep. John Lewis. He earned it the hard way. Lewis was beaten, perhaps more often than any other human being in the civil-rights movement. He was jailed more than 40 times. He was heckled, spat upon, and threatened more times than he can count. Yet through it all, Lewis and the movement prevailed—at the lunch counters in Nashville in 1960, on the burned-out buses of the Freedom Rides in 1961, at the 1965 march in Selma."
"On March 7, 1965, Lewis and Hosea Williams led about 500 marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge and were savagely beaten by Sheriff Jim Clark and the Alabama State Police. That day became to be known as "Bloody Sunday". That march and its aftermath outraged the nation and led directly to the passage later that summer of the Voting Rights Act.

Now this picture to the right is of the Alabama State Police attacking protesters in as they crossed the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Selma. Highlighted in the lower right corner of the photo, is the young John Lewis getting his brains splattered by an Alabama State Police Officer. During that time, ALL Alabama State Police Officers were Democrats. This attack by the police was lead by the racist, segregationist, Democrat powerbroker, Sheriff Jim Clark of Dallas County, Alabama.

Now this racist, segregationist Sheriff Clark was a registered Democrat. Today, Congressman John Lewis is a Democrat. Congressman Lewis is a boisterous Left-Wing Liberal who regularly blames Republicans for the violence and racism he endured as a protester against DEMOCRATS in the 1960's.


(The photo below is of Democrat Sheriff Jim Clark billy clubbing a handcuffed black female civil rights protestor as she is being held by 2 of his deputies. Sheriff clark never apologized for this. Congressman Lewis treats Republicans who helped he Civil Rights movement they way he should have treated this animal).

To date Congressman Lewis has not demanded that the Democratic Party admit responsibility for crimes and/or discriminations against Blacks. In a twist of irony, while Lewis was getting his head beaten by Democrats, Republicans led the Congress in the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 as well as all other major Civil Rights laws in the history of this Country.

Congressman Lewis in many interviews has stated his forgiveness of those unrepentant segregationists who heckled him, spat on him, beat him, and threaten him and his family, while viscously attacking Republicans as if they [the Republicans] were the perpetrators of hate, violence, and slavery in this nation.

Mali D. Currington
mdcurrington@yahoo.com

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Monday, August 08, 2005

Timeline of National Racism


On Friday, May 14, 2005, Mexican President Vicente Fox called recent U.S. measures to stem illegal immigration a step back for bilateral relations on Friday and said Mexican migrants do jobs "that not even blacks want to do." for the next several days, there is a murmur of criticism of those comments.

On Monday May 17th, 2005, Mexican President Vicenté Fox's spoke with the Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton by telephone and told them: "I regret any hurt feelings caused by my statements." Later that day, the Mexican Foreign Relations Department issued a statement on Behalf of El Presidenté: "The president regretted any hurt feelings his statements may have caused...He expressed the great respect he and his administration has for the African-American community in the United States."

On June 29th, 2005, the Mexican government begins make available for sale the above Postage Stamps to Mexican citizens. To date, the NAACP, ACLU, HumanRights Watch, ADL, nor any so-called Black Civil rights leader has responded to the abvious "slap in the face" to Black Americans. Niether Jesse Jackson nor Al Sharpton are even planning another conference call to discuss the issue with Vicenté Fox.

Fellow Blogger La Shawn Barber has an excellent piece on this issue. Click on the title of this piece to read her comments.

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My Eulogy of Peter Jennings




Peter Jennings professional life was filled with the left-wing liberal fervor that will distort the compilation, distribution, and consumption of News in favor of fellow liberals. He rarely missed an opportunity to criticize Republicans while virtually ignoring the misgivings of his fellow left-wing liberals such as Former CBS News Anchor Dan Rather. After 20 years as Anchor of ABC Nightly News, his audience is neither informed nor prepared to intelligently respond to the free-flow of information that exists today.

Jenning's sarcastic remarks during the death of Former President, Ronald Wilson Reagan were petty and typical of the infectious liberalism in the Mainstream Media. Here is a sample:

• 9:13am PDT/12:13pm EDT: Just as hearse arrived at Point Mugu, Peter Jennings asserted: “It is an appropriate time I think to talk somewhat about the, the differences of opinion that were so strong in the country at the time, and as you alluded a little bit this morning, and we haven’t seen many African-American faces up at the presidential library or this morning, that the black community particularly in America has less time for the President than other constituencies.”

 • 7:18pm EDT/4:18pm PDT: As the casket-bearers were in the middle of the second leg of carrying the casket up the steps of West front of the Capitol, and as a military band played the “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” the camera zoomed in on a homemade poster: “God Speed Mr. Reagan.”

• Jennings decided it was a good time to point out: “There is so much to say about Ronald Reagan today and so much to talk about. 'God speed’ indeed. We’ve talked about his optimism and his modesty, his equanimity and his persistence. Not talked a lot yet about his relationship to African-Americans. Not heard much on this particular day -- seems appropriate -- from his critics.” So if it’s not appropriate at that time, why did Jennings bring it up?

• On Thursday’s Good Morning America, Jennings delivered a liberal cliche as he asserted that at the end of Reagan’s presidency “a great many people thought he'd made the wealthy wealthier and had not improved life particularly for the middle class, and there were just occasional intrusions yesterday of the divisiveness which was evident during his presidency, particularly in the African-American community, which felt that Ronald Reagan had not given it their due."

• "Some thoughts on those angry voters. Ask parents of any two-year-old and they can tell you about those temper tantrums: the stomping feet, the rolling eyes, the screaming. It's clear that the anger controls the child and not the other way around. It's the job of the parent to teach the child to control the anger and channel it in a positive way. Imagine a nation full of uncontrolled two-year-old rage. The voters had a temper tantrum last week….Parenting and governing don't have to be dirty words: the nation can't be run by an angry two-year-old." - Peter Jennings, 11/14/1994, ABC Radio

So for all of his journalistic follies I say, "Ashes to Ashes and Dust to Dust".

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