October 28, 2010

Obama May Be Removed From Office


'Obama unlikely to last his first term'
Wednesday Oct 27, 201010:50 AM GMT
A US analyst says US President Barack Obama is unlikely to end his first term as there are serious efforts by American officials to remove him due to his incompetence.
Press TV (Iran)

US Civil Rights Vote on Racism at Justice Department

[From editorial]
"Despite all the stonewalling, there's little doubt Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.'s department made race-based decisions in this race-based conflict."


EDITORIAL: Black Panther blackout
New reports raise stakes on voter-intimidation case
The Washington Times
8:21 p.m., Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Clinton Democrat Writes to Rush Limbaugh

[From essay]
"a Civil War in the Democrat ranks has been raging since May 31st, 2008…a date every Hillary Clinton supporter knows well, because that was the date of the Democrat Rules & Bylaws Committee Meeting where Howard Dean (then-DNC Chair), Donna Brazile, and scores of other Kool-Aid slurping Obama flunkies took off their masks and revealed the full extent of the Leftist coup that had taken over the party. This was the day when the DNC took delegates Hillary Clinton won in Michigan away from her and handed them to Obama (despite the fact he wasn’t even on the primary ballot in that state, because he removed his name when his campaign realized he’d come in third in that race).
[. . .]
I’m still registered as a Democrat here in Chicago [. . .] but I can’t imagine ever voting for another Democrat again, as long as I live. To Hell with Democrats. This was solidified for me on Christmas Eve of last year, when Democrats rushed Obamacare through the Senate in the dead of night, through various secret channels, and every single Democrat voted for its passage (even supposed moderates like Evan Bayh in Indiana, who quickly realized his vote would cost him re-election…so the coward retired rather then face angry voters over what he did). I just don’t believe Democrats should be given elected office by voters because they cannot be trusted to even read bills before they vote on them, not even when said bills seek to permanently alter the entire American economy. This is reckless and reprehensible to the point of treason.
[. . .]
The media has never talked about this. I don’t remember ever hearing you talk about it. But one of the biggest reasons the Democrats are in the trouble they’re in right now is because of how frequently the Left and the media (one and the same, really) called anyone who opposed Obama a RAAACIST.
[. . .]
This came straight from the top, from Obama himself. Both he and his wife Michelle called the Clintons racists. Obama’s surrogates like James Clyburne, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, John Lewis, and others called Geraldine Ferraro, Madeline Albright, and others racists. The Obamas toxified the South Carolina primary, in particular, with foul race-baiting and turned North Carolina and Indiana into racial powder kegs by ramping up accusations that anyone not supporting Obama was a vile racist that needed to be pounded into the ground.
[. . .]
Democrats, by being so shameless and aggressive with the voter fraud in 2008 have opened too many eyes for us to ever go back to pretending that fraud and corrupt practices aren’t the hallmark of the Democrat Party.
[. . .]
Just like with the Leftists Carter infected the Democrat Party with, Obama legacy hires will be in the DNC for a generation to come…and it might not be until the 2030s before the Democrats can remove the taint Obama and his Leftist agenda have put on the party."


October 27, 2010
An Open Letter to Rush Limbaugh and His Listeners — With Notes on the Democrat Civil War Already In Progress
Kevin DuJan,
Editor-in-Chief, HillBuzz.org

Liberal Gene Found

What is the definition of "friends" for this study?


Scientists Find 'Liberal Gene'
Study conducted by researchers at UCSD, Harvard
Updated 5:16 PM PDT, Wed, Oct 27, 2010

15 Killed At Mexican Car Wash

[From article]
"The drug war is also ravaging the resort city of Acapulco in the south, where 30 bodies have been found since Thursday -- usually bound hand and foot and propped up by the side of a road.
[. . .]
As many as 134 tonnes of marijuana were seized in Tijuana last week in the largest drug bust in Mexican history, and some law enforcement officials suggested Sunday's slayings may have been linked to it.
The rehabilitation center is located in the same neighborhood where the drugs were seized and destroyed."


Fifteen people killed at Mexican car wash
Nine News (Australia)
October 28, 2010

Missles To Nigeria for Gaza?


Nigeria intercepts 13 Iran missile containers possibly destined for Gaza
Rocket launchers, grenades and other explosives camouflaged as building material were seized in the Nigerian port of Lagos.
By Barak Ravid
October 28, 2010

Voter Fraud MN 2008 Election


34 more face voter fraud charges in Hennepin County
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced the forthcoming charges but said there was no proof of an "organized effort'' to carry out fraud in the 2008 election.
Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul MN)
Last update: October 26, 2010 - 11:47 PM

Mexican Police Department Quits After Attack


Entire police force in Los Ramones, Mexico quits after gunmen attack headquarters
BY Philip Caulfield
Wednesday, October 27th 2010, 8:27 AM

Author Opposes College for Persons With Disabilities

Could this argument be made in print for Black Americans, women or homosexuals?


October 28, 2010
College for Those Who Can't Learn
By Robert Weissberg
American Thinker

Major Election Deviation Coming?


October 28, 2010
A Black Swan Election?
By Peter Landesman
American Thinker

Ethics of Journalism

While various existing codes have some differences, most share common elements including the principles of — truthfulness, accuracy, objectivity, impartiality, fairness and public accountability — as these apply to the acquisition of newsworthy information and its subsequent dissemination to the public.

Cited from:
(International Federation of Journalists) - Declaration of Principles on the Conduct of Journalists (DOC version)
ASNE (American Society of Newspapers Editors) - Statement of Principles
APME (Associated Press Managing Editors) - Statement of Ethical Principles
SPJ (Society of Professional Journalists) - Code of Ethics

US Airport Security Questioned

What purpose does making all passengers, take off their shoes and walk on dirty floors serve? Is the objective to spread the germs around as Obama wants to spread the wealth? Mindless bureaucrats make up the rule. First Janet Reno now Janet Napolitano shows her irrational thought processes. Barney Frank would ask, "On what planet do (does she) you live?"


Critics slam U.S. security demands
By Associated Press
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 28, 2010

October 27, 2010

Human Services Corps Act Inhumanely


Ind. parents told drop disabled kids at shelters
Associated Press
October 26, 2010

Experts and Credentials

"a nationally renowned bullying expert" is defined how? Does this expert have a PhD. in bullying? Written books? Suffered many years of bullying? Is this like media watchdogs and bioethicists? How many "experts" are self defined and self appointed? Why the need to be credentialed? Is this driven by academics who are "renown experts" in their fields? Psychiatrists play a prominent role in courts. What is the area in which they are experts?


Anti-bullying expert to speak in South Hadley

By Boston Herald wire services
Monday, October 25, 2010

Politicians and Journalists Woo Each Other

Fitzgerald laments the double standard regarding the way MA journalists treat Democratic politicians versus Republican politicians. Why do politicians get an excuse after a criminal abuse, while ordinary civilians get no pass? After filing a complaint about criminal police abuses, police arrested a MA civilian. Seven court-appointed taxpayer funded lawyers were paid a second time by the criminals who arranged the police frame-up to not put on any defense. 20 years later the same person is still harassed by police for that arrest. Why do politicians deserve so much attention from journalsts while ordinary citizens get abused and are ignored? Journalists are no less elitist than politicians.


Why won’t Globe sic its ‘dogged’ on Barney?

By Joe Fitzgerald
Boston Herald
Monday, October 25, 2010

Are Correct Questions Being Asked?

Why do police withold the BAC of the officer who was riding on the hood of the car? Why didn't the driver let him inside? Are police trained to ride on hoods of cars? Why was this officer carrying a loaded weapon while riding on the hood? Is that part of their training? Was the car an automatic or a stick shift?


Autopsy leak outrages father of Pace University student

By Jessica Fargen
Boston Herald
Sunday, October 24, 2010

Mass Politics, Family Business

When will Boston's muckraker turn his sights on the abuses of Harvard, its alumni, and the children of alumni. He could begin with the abuses of Obama, and Cadillac Deval for the benefit of the multi millionaire, tenured Harvard Professor Gates. The Mayor of Cambridge and the DA from the Middlesex cess pool joined in to help the Harvard hypocrites.


Rep. running for sheriff: Do you know who my dad is?

Sire power

By Howie Carr
Boston Herald
Sunday, October 24, 2010

Why is US in Afghanistan?

Boris, without the heroin labs there is no reason to stay in Afghanistan. Do you have any idea how many people are employed transporting, manufacturing, and marketing drugs from Aghanistan? Russian people abandoned these rich sources of revenue. Now they whine because the USA makes the profits. Listen up, Boris, there are many elder Amercans whose sons and daughters pay their rent. There are lots of Mom and Pop groceries and fashion boutiques that would go out of business if the flow of drugs stopped. So why not open some rehab clinics in Moscow, Leningrad and Vladivostok to create employment oppportunities for your people as we do in the USA?


Russian official faults US on Afghan heroin labs

By Associated Press
Boston Herald
Saturday, October 23, 2010

Police Invite Criminals to Anti Crime Meeting

Should be a large turnout of gangbangers. They always attend these rallies against crime. Will there any any blow? Lots of hos and b****es will attend. RSVP anyone? So who will be watching the street during this meeting?


Springfield to hold anti-crime gathering

By Associated Press
Boston Herald
Saturday, October 23, 2010

Candidates in a Democracy

New York Post keeps up on all things New York and drives most if not all corruption investigations in that state. Post led reporting on Spitizers's unlawful use of state police for political purposes and the entire crew of officials who helped him cover up his crimes. Race for NY Governor is mild compared to what passes for state Senate and Assembly. Ringling clowns have nothing on the NY legislature.


Election gone wild ... in New York

By Lauren Beckham Falcone
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 21, 2010

Blood Alcohol and Lawyers

The deceased's father said, “help us get to the absolute truth, because that’s what we need here.” His lawyer added, "But if the facts make his son look bad, keep those facts from the media." A gaggle of lawyers demand the US Department of Justice take over any and all investigations. "Eric Holder will cover up any wrongdoing by black males and will help get to the truth," said attorneys' spokesman. "What's the problem with a high blood-alcohol content of this young man who allegedly drove into two police officers? What about the blood-alcohol content of the police? Why are their blood tests being withheld?" asked the girl friend of the deceased? President Obama said the "Police acted stupidly again. They should all get some beer and come to the White House so I can get some more media attention." David Axelrod revealed the real culprits. "Bush and Rove dug that hole and drove the car off the road," he said. Mayor Bloomberg asked, "Why do police all carry guns?" NY State GLBT Task Force spokesman said, "If there were more gay and lesbian officers this would not have happened. Gay cops do not shoot black football players." Police spokesman says "We do not discriminate. We shoot anyone who upsets us--white, black, gay, breeder--we don't care. We just shoot them. Let God sort them out."

In this photo taken Sunday, Oct. 17,...
Photo by Seth Harrison/The Journal News -
In this photo taken Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010,
police look at multiple bullet holes in the
windshield of the car driven by Pace University
student Danroy Henry outside a restaurant in
Thornwood, N.Y.


Lawyer blasts leak of victim’s alcohol level

Calls for fed probe into cops’ killing

By Laura Crimaldi and Richard Weir
Boston Herald
Saturday, October 23, 2010

Gambling in Massachusetts?

Gambling in Essex County? Shocking. I thought all of organized crime left the state when James Bulger left. You mean there are others besides Bulger? Shocking information. How many of them work for the FBI? Is gambling a crime? Lots of people take oxy. Grass is legal in CA. Why is it illegal in MA? I thought it was not illegal to be illegal. This is very confusing.


AG Martha Coakley: Mafia-led ring busted

Drug trafficking, gambling targeted

By O’Ryan Johnson
Boston Herald
Friday, October 22, 2010

Who Is Out of Control Here?

Why is Al Sharpton quiet? Where is Jesse Jackson when you need him? Who will expose the police policy of targeting black college football players who are just sitting in a car near a bar? Police say it is policy to shoot all people they do not like not just black football players. "It is why we have guns," an unidentified officer said. Will John Kerry obtain stimulus funds to hire out-of-work lawyers to study this event? Will Boston Mayor Menino and NY Mayor Bloomberg denouce police for carrying guns? Will MA AG Coakley send another letter to the US Congress in support of same sex marriage to prevent any more senseless shootings?


Kin call for outside probe of N.Y. shooting

By Laura Crimaldi and Christine McConville
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 21, 2010

Voter Fraud in Nevada

[From article]
"Harry Reid intends to steal this election if he can't win it outright."


Angle campaign attorney: Reid “intends to steal this election if he can’t win it outright”
By Jon Ralston
Las Vegas Sun
October 26, 2010 · 9:29 AM

Viagra Spam Declines

[From article]
"On a typical day, spam accounts for about 90 percent of all e-mail traffic on the Internet."


E-Mail Spam Falls After Russian Crackdown
New York Times
Published: October 26, 2010

Chicago Thwarts Voting Rights

[From article]
"the Chicago Board of Elections hand-delivers ballots to inmates in Cook County Jail. The board doesn't even wait for the inmates to apply — it brings the applications with the ballots! More than 2,600 inmates have cast ballots — strikingly similar to the 2,600 soldiers who will likely not receive a ballot for Tuesday's election."


Don't Ask, Don't Vote
Investor's Daily

Middle East Politics

[From article]
"'Iran is not the enemy, Israel is the enemy,' the head of the Center for Strategic Studies in Saudi Arabia declared in an interview with Al Jazeera. This was his response to a question on whether the $60 billion arms deal between Riyadh and Washington was meant to deter Iran."


ANALYSIS / Iran's unlikely understanding with Saudi Arabia
Iran and Saudi Arabia are working together to divide up their sphere of influence in Lebanon and Iraq.
By Zvi Bar'el
Published 02:10 27.10.10
Latest update 02:10 27.10.10

Second Avenue Subway Requires Building Repairs

[From article]
"The shake, rattle and roll from Second Avenue subway construction could be too much to handle for one out of every four buildings along the route, leaving the MTA the task of shoring up the aging structures"


Rail shaky ground
2nd Ave. bldgs. must be shored up
New York Post
Last Updated: 10:57 AM, October 26, 2010
Posted: 2:01 AM, October 26, 2010

October 26, 2010

Fund Raising Letter From the DA

This appears to be a fund-raising letter from the District Attorney whining for more taxpayer money. It is propaganda not a balanced presentation of how the courts work. He omits inconvenient facts. It is another example of a one-party state government that keeps the herd bewildered (as Noam Chomsky would say). With no opposition to challenge what is alleged to be facts, the DA makes his case on partial information. How much money spent by local and state police departments is excluded from the funding statistics? Do defense counsel have police doing investigations for them? The District Attorney for Middlesex failed to discuss the quality of counsel provided by prosecutors and defense. How many Assistant DAs abuse their power using threats to force settlements? When was the last time that a prosecuting attorney searched for the truth rather than making sure of a conviction? When was the last time that the DA looked for corruption among the elected criminal class, or even among court personnel? A substantial waste of taxpayer funds are the salaries of the five or more attorneys which make up the MLAC (Mass Legal Assistance Corporation). That is a state mandated non profit for administering the money appropriated each year for legal services. Each attorney makes more than $125,000 per year. That would fund five or more attorneys for prosecution or defense. How hard is it to give money away? The Spending Other People's Money Society thrives in Massachusetts. The DA fails to mention the appointment by the court of part time lawyers beyond CPCS, to represent indigents. These lawyers often have no morals. They take taxpayer funds to defend their clients and then accept money from others to not put on any defense. A greater waste of taxpayer money is the funding of psychiatry and psychology. Those disciplines pretend to be science based. They are actually personal opinion masquerading as science. Either the DA is clueless of what really goes on in the courthouse or he pretends not to know.


Guest commentary: Fixing a broken system
Funding for the Commonwealth’s criminal justice system should reflect our public safety priorities
By Gerry Leone
Cambridge Chronicle
Posted Oct 26, 2010 @ 08:40 AM

Police Watch the Wrong People

Reading about the many crimes by doctors, elected officials and others one wonders why they were not being watched. For more than 30 years I've been under 24-hour surveillance, and harassed for many more years by police employees. What is the protocol that determines the priorities for use of police resources?


Somerville mafia boss convicted in Arkansas
By Andy Metzger
Somerville Journal
Posted Oct 26, 2010 @ 02:03 PM

Cambridge Council Laments Deception

In one of the more hilarious stories about the Cambridge MA City Council are the below comments from councilors regarding a citizen petition to overturn a council decision to change the sign ordinance for the city. Simply opposing the efforts challenging the spineless exercise of council authority could be accepted. But instead of using rational arguments these councilors accuse the citizen petitioners of misleading the voters. Huh? Gasp! Politicians oppose misleading voters? What is next? Politicians telling the truth? These comments do not pass any laugh test. Former Mayor Reeves openly lies during and between council meetings. Accusing a citizen petition funder of deception is at best curious. As for out-of-town signature gatherers, what is the problem when many Cambridge politicians accept campaign contributions from persons who live far from Cambridge? Any wonder why politicians ignore the voters? They get their money from and serve non residents.

[From article]
"Some councilors said that the signature collectors had been spreading misinformation about the ordinance
[. . .]
'I think that this was a deliberate campaign to mislead the public, and I think it’s shameful,' Mayor David Maher said.
[. . .]
the four councilors each recalled that the campaigner had told them untruths about the sign ordinance.

This same misinformation, they said, has turned up in the majority if e-mails they received about the issue. [Councilor Leland] Cheung said
[. . .]
'We’re in the midst of something that has never been here before and it is ugly,' Reeves said. 'And it is an attempt to overrun the government by somebody who has a lot of money to do that with. We’ll see if in the People’s Republic, the people are for sale.'"


By Brian P. Nanos
Cambridge Chronicle
Posted Oct 26, 2010 @ 03:12 PM
Last update Oct 26, 2010 @ 03:14 PM

Second Avenue Subway Hurts Business

[From article]
"Shopkeepers along the route say their revenues have dropped as much as 70 percent."


2nd Avenue bizmen call for $$ help
New York Post
Last Updated: 6:21 AM, October 25, 2010
Posted: 2:30 AM, October 25, 2010

US Found WMD in Iraq


US did find Iraq WMD
New York Post
Last Updated: 8:57 AM, October 25, 2010
Posted: 12:44 AM, October 25, 2010

October 25, 2010

HUD Deceives Public

[From article]
"To add insult to injury, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan said this week, "We are focused on the process early, to keep people in their homes, rather than focusing late, when it is much less likely that people will be able to stay in their homes." There is really no great way to interpret this statement.
It's like walking into a 9 a.m. meeting at 10:30 and proclaiming you are "early." It doesn't exactly pass the giggle test."


MBS marts need to move Fannie, Freddie
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:59 AM, October 24, 2010
Posted: 11:01 PM, October 23, 2010

Geithner's Money Printing War

[From article]
"Indeed, a recent survey showed that fewer than one in twenty Americans knew the value of the euro. Politically, it's a lot easier to devalue a currency when the populace doesn't know what it's worth in the first place.

All of this money printing can be wildly inflationary, which is one reason why the voting members of the Federal Reserve have been deeply divided on the question of currency debasement,
[. . .]
Of course, all of this money-printing can go horribly wrong."


Tim's secret war
Geithner eyes a weaker dollar to combat recession
Terry Keenan
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:33 AM, October 25, 2010
Posted: 10:52 PM, October 23, 2010

October 24, 2010

Second Avenue Subway


Subway salvation
Prettying-up for 2nd Ave. dig
By TOM NAMAKO Transit Reporter
New York Post
Last Updated: 2:36 AM, October 23, 2010
Posted: 1:37 AM, October 23, 2010

Team Kidnaps 80-year-old

[From article]
"A home-health aide and four relatives kidnapped and nearly killed an 80-year-old Brooklyn widower in an effort to trick him into handing over his legal rights, his money and his $500,000 home, authorities said yesterday.
[. . .]
McKenzie, Carlina Lino, 17, Carmelo Lino, 22, Diane Lino, 42, and Cheryl Richard, 29, are charged with felony kidnapping, grand larceny and unlawful imprisonment."


Widower rescued from aide 'kidnap'
New York Post
Last Updated: 6:29 AM, October 23, 2010
Posted: 2:03 AM, October 23, 2010

Mexican Drug Wars Coming Home

[From article]
"Some 200 Americans have been killed in Mexico since 2004. In some Mexican towns, mayors and entire city councils have either been murdered or fled, and the violence often spills over into US border towns.
[. . .]
Americans know more about Lady Gaga than they do about the Afghan war, the Predator war inside Pakistan or the vicious drug war in Mexico. Apparently our news media has decided that we do not, or should not, care about any of the three.

Like it or not, that is about to change -- and soon."


Three wars we can't keep ignoring
Victor Davis Hanson
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:28 AM, October 21, 2010
Posted: 9:52 PM, October 20, 2010

Multiculturalism Failed

[From article]
"In Germany, as in other countries in Europe, welcoming millions of foreign workers who insist on remaining foreign has created problems so obvious that only the intelligentsia could fail to see them.
[. . .]
The absorption of millions of immigrants from Europe into American society may be cited as an example of the success of multiculturalism. But, in fact, they were absorbed in ways that were the direct opposite of what the multicultural cult is recommending today."


Jewish World Review
Oct. 19, 2010 / 11 Mar-Cheshvan, 5771
The Multicultural Cult
By Thomas Sowell

Cause of Gay Suicides

[From article]
"Gay students are also more than twice as likely to report having had sexual intercourse before age 13 -- that is, to be sexually abused as children. They are three times as likely to report being the victims of dating violence, and nearly four times as likely to report forced sexual contact. A majority of LGBT teens in Massachusetts reported using illegal drugs in the last month. (Perhaps most oddly, gay teens are also three times as likely as non-gay teens to report either becoming pregnant or getting someone else pregnant.)

Forced sex, childhood sexual abuse, dating violence, early unwed pregnancy, substance abuse -- could these be a more important factor in the increased suicide risk of LGBT high schoolers than anything people like me ever said?"


Don't blame me for gay teen suicides
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:49 AM, October 20, 2010
Posted: 10:08 PM, October 19, 2010

Body Found; Governor's Son Missing


Body found in shallow grave after East Texas shootout may be that of ex-Gov. Bill Clements' son
04:34 PM CDT on Saturday, October 23, 2010
The Dallas Morning News

Inciting Genocide


October 24, 2010
Indict Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
By Eileen F. Toplansky
American Thinker

Courts, Congress Violate Religious Freedoms


October 24, 2010
The Constitution and Politics
By David McIntosh and Ralph Benko
American Thinker

US Following Roman Empire


October 24, 2010
America Is Gone
By David Deming
American Thinker

Flawed Candidates

One more flawed candidate acceptable to the political establishment in the Corruptowealth of Massachusetts. Wonder why it is so difficult to clean up government? Decent people refuse to asssociate with spineless politicians with relaxed rectitude. The moral and legal standards in MA were set by US Sen. Ted Kennedy, James Whitey Bulger and the Boston office of the FBI which framed four white men for murder. Who will work on these issues alone? Hear all of that silence from journalists and the elected criminal class? Oh, yea, hope and change for the worse; and yes we can make it worse. Brought to you by Harvard Law School. What a state.


Jeff Perry just can’t hide sordid past

By Margery Eagan
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 21, 2010

PR Flacks Mislead, Confuse, Deceive

In addition to PR flacks, each state agency has at least one lawyer who does little lawyering for about $100,000. At least they could provide factual information to taxpayers and voters. But these two groups add to the confusion and deception of the taxpayer adding costs and denying access to information. What job do these PR specialists perform?


High-paid flacks take some flak

By Joe Dwinell
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 21, 2010

Police Shoot All Pests

Pace University Tea Party blogger reports local police have policy to shoot young black males when seen in cars near bars. Police deny the policy is only for black males. Officer who refused to give his name because he was not authorized to speak said, "We shoot anyone whenever we feel like it. That is why we have guns." Lawyers for co-ed who dated the deceased and suffered emotional distress said, "See they admit they shoot randomly, with no provocation." Westchester DA says, "Don't make snap judgments. We need to study this event. I'm appointing three private attorneys from Massachusetts, which has a high unemployment rate for lawyers." Candidates Cuomo and Paladino said they too will appoint lawyers to study this tragedy. Mayor Bloomberg issued a statement lamenting guns in society. "Why do all police officers need guns," he asked. Senator Gillibrand said she would get stimulus funds for more lawyers to study this shooting, "This is what stimulus funds are for," according to her statement. Stay tuned for more facts as they are created.


Gridder bled '15 mins.'

Last Updated: 10:31 AM, October 20, 2010

Posted: 3:46 AM, October 20, 2010

Lawyer Whines, No High-Paying Jobs

This young man whines before leaving the womb. "Get me a job Big Daddy." The court system is rigged to protect and to serve lawyers. With a law degree all you have to do is stand in line at the courthouse to get indigent clients. Taxypayers pay you good cash money no matter how badly you represent your clients. Some lawyers get paid by taxpayers to defend their clients, and get more money from interested parties who framed the clients NOT to put on any defense. Most judges do not care who wins as long as they do not have to work before 10 AM and after 2 PM. Get your dimwittted behind to the nearest court house and get your taxpayer money. Lawyers run the legislatures which appropriate funds for lawyers. Stop whining.

How about one defendant and seven lawyers, all of whom were paid to not put on any defense? Is the one defendant's experience unique? Was that pattern the only instance in MA state and US courts? It is very doubtful.

You contadict yourself. You say the matter needs to be investigated. Do you think the defendant did not try? Then you say I speak from "profound ignorance." How is that different from ordinary ignorance? An investigation requires an attorney with integrity who will work for free. Do you think that an indigent defendant has money to pay for a high priced investigator of attorneys? Does your profound wisdom lead you to believe that indigent defendants get adequate (if not competent) representation, when the Supreme Court of the US says that a homicide defense lawyer who sleeps in court is competent counsel? Your personal attacks may be valid in court where parties and witnesses cannot respond. But in the real world your attacks reveal a profound lack of rational arguments. Sticks and stones, young man.

Above two posts were supposed to appear as replies to comments replying to my original comment. But the replies came with no names attached to them so my replies were sent to no one. The Herald online needs to investigate this no less the criminal abuses of attorneys in court. Fat chance of that happening in this state. Hahaha.

For the record previous comments replying to my comments were sent from esqpainting. The last two had no identifier.


BC Law student asks for money back

By Jessica Heslam
Boston Herald
Wednesday, October 20, 2010

MA Judicial Misconduct

Will electing judges change the character of the judicary? We elect governors, senators and representatives. Look where that got us. We need a DNA test for integrity and common sense, qualities which seldom appear among the elected criminal class. So Judge Ryan, can you hear me your honor, I'm over here? Would you be interested in a radio talk show?


Judge in order with all the rest

By Howie Carr
Boston Herald
Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Judge Acted Stupidly

Judge Ryan acted stupidly. Have another beer your honor. I hit him where? I was just trying to jack up the car not to car jack. That is my friend's car. I was helping him, not driving. Not even thinking of driving. It was my night to drink.


Ex-Mass. judge pleads not guilty to striking cop
By Associated Press
Boston Herald
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Charlie Baker Needs Passion

Baker is two generations late. He is not politically correct belonging to all the wrong interest groups, or not enough. The individual is no longer acceptable in MA, only members of wealthy and influential groups. White hetero males are the cause of all that is wrong with society. Haven't you noticed?


Wrath of Charlie Baker may be warranted

By Margery Eagan
Boston Herald
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

US Education Czar Wants Volunteers

There you have it. It was Duncan's basketball experience at Harvard that led him to reforming education. Or is that where he learned what was needed to improve public school education--more money? Instead of urging students to challenge the government monopoly of public education and to challenge the abuses of teachers' unions that prevent schools from being improved; like the man who appointed him he wants more of the same. Obama did not bring hope and change he brought more of Chicago's corruption to DC, as if there was not enough criminals before he arrived. How many students at Phillips Brooks House know to ignore politicians who ask others to challenge the barriers to improvement instead of doing it themselves, what they are paid to do? Did anyone ask why there is a Department of Education in the US Government? Did anyone ask what it does besides taking taxpayer money and using it to manipulate cities and states for the benefit of the unions?


Arne Duncan Encourages Students to Serve
By Monika L. S. Robbins,
Published: Monday, October 18, 2010

Desperate Obama Campaigns

Republicans thank the President for campaigning in MA for Cadillac Deval. Every time the President campaigns for a candidate she (Hello Marsha Coakley) or he (Hello Jon Corzine) loses. He inspires Republicans and Independents to vote. Maybe he can return another time to ensure that his pal loses. Deval says, "I am not a politician." Is he a Harvard corporate lawyer trapped in a politician's body? Way to go Harvard. You taught them well. Did you forget to tell Barry that if you do not deliver on hope and change you generate lots of cynicism?

That is the John Kerry Doctrine, explaining why voters are not supporting Democratic candidates. What is the recommended solution? Required educational testing to exercise voting rights? Would that be an improvement over the property ownership requirement of the past? Maybe having a certain kind of parent should be required to vote. How about this? Only graduates of Ivy League Colleges with grade point averages above 3.0 can vote? It would be tattooed on the forehead of all voters when they register.


Obama Pushes Voters To Head to the Polls
By Rediet T. Abebe,
Published: Monday, October 18, 2010

MA Elections

Josef Stalin observed that voters do not determine the results of elections. The people who count the votes do. Little attention is focused on that aspect of elections in this one-party state.


Tell gov: Razzle dazzle won’t work

By Joe Fitzgerald
Boston Herald
Monday, October 18, 2010

MA and Gambling

What is wrong with you so-called journalists? Cadillac Deval stated, "I am not a politician." What part of not don't you understand? Deval is a Harvard corporate lawyer trapped in a politician's body. Deval's campaign did not accept money from lobbyists for gambling interests. They are from the gaming industry not the gambling industry. Don't you understand English or what? Get a dictionary will you?


Gambling lobbyists bet heavy on Deval Patrick

By Dave Wedge
Boston Herald
Monday, October 18, 2010

MA Race for Governor

The real reason Deval will win is that he is not a politician. He admitted it. He is not like all the others. You can trust him. He is a Harvard corporate lawyer trapped in a politician's body. Save him and the Commonwealth--re-elect this poor unfortunate, under paid, under privileged, oppressed individual with no one helping the poor fellow.


Beware the nightmare on Beacon Hill

By Howie Carr
Boston Herald
Sunday, October 17, 2010

Obama's Magic Failing

Margery says, "I can’t figure out if health care or Wall Street reform are really good for us or not." Can't figure if out? "Republicans drinking slurpees." If even the fat cat Republicans are drinking slurpees you may guess that the Wall Street bailout may not be good. Hope and change morphs into cynicism when you can't deliver. No one at Harvard Law School tell you that Barry?


President Obama’s faithful losing hope as the magic fades

By Margery Eagan
Boston Herald
Sunday, October 17, 2010

Spineless Leaders in Denial


The World Has a Muslim Problem
by Orson Bean
October 23, 2010

Rob Reiner Promotes False History, Smears Tea Party

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National Socialists: Rob Reiner Stars in ‘Factually Challenged with Bill Maher’
by Meredith Dake BigHollywood.com
October 23, 2010

October 23, 2010

150 Cholera Deaths in Haiti

$1.5 billion was pledged by US taxpayers to help Haiti after their earthquake. Yet their basic water supplies and sewage system remain broken. Appearances by George Bush and Bill Clinton and their fund raising was unable to provide basics to this disaster area. Is it all show business?


Officials: Toll in Haiti's cholera outbreak now above 150
By Greg Botelho,
October 22, 2010 5:56 p.m. EDT

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Haiti Still Waiting for Pledged U.S. Aid
Nearly Nine Months after the Earthquake, None of the $1.15 Billion the U.S. Promised for Rebuilding has Arrived
CBS News
Sept. 28, 2010

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Sarah Palin in Arizona


Sarah Palin rallies crowd at Tea Party Express event
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
Friday, October 22, 2010 at 01:34 PM

Useless Teacher for 13 Years

[From article]
"He had taught for a total of 13 years at schools across the South-East."


The first teacher banned for life for being useless
By Sarah Harris and Arthur Martin
Mail (UK)
Last updated at 1:27 PM on 23rd October 2010

NY Times Admits Dems Try to Fool Voters

Even the Democratic Party propaganda paper of record admits what is going on to deceive voters. It must be very bad if the Times cannot keep this story hidden.


Democrats Back Third Parties to Siphon Votes
New York Times
Published: October 22, 2010

CAIR May Be Violating US Laws

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CAIR’s Role in Juan Williams Firing May Be Violation of Foreign Agents Registration Act
Posted by Adam Savit
Oct 22nd 2010 at 8:15 am

October 22, 2010

3 Billion Barrels of Recoverable Oil in North America


3 to 4.3 Billion Barrels of Technically Recoverable Oil Assessed in North Dakota and Montana’s Bakken Formation—25 Times More Than 1995 Estimate—
Released: 4/10/2008 2:25:36 PM

See also:

Contact Information:
U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
Office of Communication
119 National Center
Reston, VA 20192

Obama Smart/Palin Dumb?

[From article]
"Propped up by the mainstream media as the intellectual version of Superman, Mr. Obama with his eloquent, if not robotic, public appearances has fed into the perception that he is one of the most brilliant people in world history - a political Albert Einstein, worthy of the Nobel Prize.

Mrs. Palin meanwhile, has been mercilessly attacked by most in the media and chronically lampooned on late-night TV to the point where some believe she said things that actually were said by comedians.
[. . .]
Last but not least, mainstream media and late night-comedy portrayals are deeply flawed when it comes to Mrs. Palin. It is easy to look smart when surrounded by teleprompters like Mr. Obama. In those rare instances when Mr. Obama strays from the script, we end up with comments like 'the Cambridge police acted stupidly.'"


GORDON: Outsmarting Obama
Reasons why Sarah has more brains than Barack
By J.D. Gordon
The Washington Times
5:07 p.m., Friday, October 22, 2010

US Justice Department Shows Race Bias

[From article]
"There are career people who feel strongly that it is not the voting section's job to protect white voters," the lawyer said. "The environment is that you better toe the line of traditional civil rights ideas or you better keep quiet about it, because you will not advance, you will not receive awards and you will be ostracized."


Dispute over New Black Panthers case causes deep divisions
By Jerry Markon and Krissah Thompson
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, October 22, 2010; 3:29 PM

Naples Garbage Crisis

History repeats itself. In New York City in January 1969, the newly elected Mayor John Lindsay declared war on "the power brokers." Trash collection was one of the services which unions stopped providing. New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller used the National Guard to collect trash in May, five months after Lindsay took office and five months after the unions stopped collecting it.

[From article]
"Organised crime interests have been deeply entwined with rubbish collection in Naples for many years. But the problem has been aggravated by inefficiency, political opportunism and unscrupulous business operators."


Berlusconi pledges to end Naples waste crisis

October 22, 2010

Silvia Aloisi

Violent Overthrow of Government

The important issue in the campaign is in the last paragraph. The Declaration of Independence states:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. [. . .] But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security."


Republican congressional candidate says violent overthrow of government is 'on the table'
12:00 AM CDT on Friday, October 22, 2010
The Dallas Morning News

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Broden on population control, Nazis and revolution
WFAA (Dallas/Ft. Worth TX)
Posted on October 21, 2010 at 6:24 PM
Updated yesterday at 11:37 PM

Juan Williams and Psychiatry

Here is another example of how politicians and journalists use psychiatry to discredit people. Where is the NAMI alleged anti stigma campaign when there is a national example of psychiatric abuses to be addressed? It is not just the fascist leftists who do this. Conservative politicians and journalists do the same. It also shows how everyone can make psychiatric diagnoses. Who needs psychiatrists if everyone can diagnose mental illness?

I'm a great fan of Malkin's courage, standing up to the thuggery of Alex Jones who menaced her at one event. But even Michelle Malkin whose writings I love did it in a recent column referring to "tin hat" wearers. In "tolerant" Cambridge MA, Harvard professors, FBI informants and liberal activists, regularly ridicule and humiliate candidates for office and activists whose opinions they dislike, as mentally ill.

Boston's PBS station refuses to air programs exposing institutionalized bias against persons with disabilities. Not only do they ignore my years of petitions to Emily Rooney (daughter of 60 Minute's Andy Rooney) and WGBH's President to air such programs, but they threatened me with censorship because of my complaints about their unlawful bias. WGBH-TV also receives millions of taxpayer dollars annually.

Cambridge's local cable access station (which gets about $1 million a year from City government) is run by the same kind of fascists as the team at NPR. The management of Cambridge Community TV harasses and suspends people whose political opinions they dislike. They apply discrimination laws unequally and allow abuses of white hetero males by black racists, women and homosexuals. It is how liberals operate. Laws for me but not for thee.

[From article]
"Upon summarily firing Williams for violating the public radio station's "editorial standards," NPR CEO Vivian Schiller appeased the leftist mob by shamelessly attacking Williams' mental health. At an Atlanta Press Club event, the former CNN and New York Times executive said Williams "should have kept his feeling about Muslims between himself and 'his psychiatrist or his publicist.'"

Malkin quotes Thomas Jefferson on using other people's money to fund speech they oppose. Isn't that what unions and non profit organizations do?

[From article]
Thomas Jefferson famously opined: "To compel a man to furnish funds for the propagation of ideas he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical."
[. . .]
Not one more red cent of public money should go to NPR, PBS and CPB. Let the speech-squelching progressives and jihadi-whitewashing apologists pay for their own propaganda."


Michelle Malkin

Free the Taxpayers: Defund State-Sponsored Media
Michelle Malkin
Human Events

October 21, 2010

Perspective on Katrina and New Orleans


Moral poverty cost blacks in New Orleans
Posted: September 21, 2005 1:00 am Eastern
By Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson
© 2010 WorldNetDaily.com

October 20, 2010

Diet Beers


50 Healthiest Beers
by The Daily Beast
October 19, 2010

Police Shoot Dead Black Football Star

Pace University Tea Party blogger reports local police have long term policy to shoot young black males when seen in cars near bars. Police deny the policy is only for black males. Officer who refused to give his name because he was not authorized to speak said, "We shoot anyone whenever we feel like it. That is why we have guns." Lawyers for co-ed who dated the deceased and suffered emotional distress said, "See they admit they shoot randomly, with no provocation." Westchester DA says, "Don't make snap judgments. We need to study this event. I'm appointing three private attorneys from Massachusetts, which has a high unemployment rate for lawyers." Candidates Cuomo and Paladino said they too will appoint lawyers to study this tragedy. Mayor Bloomberg issued a statement lamenting guns in society. "Why do all police officers need guns?" he asked. Senator Gillibrand said she would get stimulus funds for more lawyers to study this shooting, "This is what stimulus funds are for," according to her statement. Stay tuned for more facts as they are created.


Gridder bled '15 mins.'
New York Post
Last Updated: 10:31 AM, October 20, 2010
Posted: 3:46 AM, October 20, 2010

Post Ignores Increased Costs

Editorial states "inflation has been flat," to justify no cost of living increase for Social Security recipients. (Editorial, "Bam's desperate bribe," New York Post, October 20, 2010) Prices remain the same while product sizes shrink. Ice cream was sold in 64 ounce containers, now they are 48. Toilet paper sheets are one quarter inch smaller. Tuna fish tins are 5 ounces no longer 6. Gasoline prices remain high after summer's end. Four increases in costs (inflation) ignored by the Post.


Bam's desperate bribe
Mew York Post
Last Updated: 12:07 AM, October 20, 2010
Posted: October 20, 2010

NJ Turnpike Employee Makes $321,985


Audit: NJ Turnpike Wasted Millions On Perks
Fox NY
Updated: Wednesday, 20 Oct 2010, 1:12 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010, 10:27 PM EDT

Pilot Refuses Seach at Airport


Pilot Refuses Full-Body Scan, Says TSA Doesn’t Make Travel Safer
October 20, 2010 10:39 AM

Obama: Stupid Voters Don't Support Me


Obama's Incoherent Closing Argument
While the economy is the No. 1 issue, the president constantly changes the subject.
October 21, 2010

Six CA Women vs. NY Five

This article rates three LOLs.


Small 'talk'
Mommy 'View' comes up short out of the gate
Lida Stasi
New York Post
Last Updated: 12:13 PM, October 19, 2010
Posted: 10:44 PM, October 18, 2010

Hot Women, Not So Hot Men

[From article]
“If the guy’s smart, funny and has a great personality — women are fine.”


Strange bedfellows
Do these women really find their mates attractive? The city’s trophy wives say ‘yes’
New York Post
Last Updated: 11:28 AM, October 19, 2010
Posted: 10:37 PM, October 18, 2010

Save Money, Use Coupons


Don't get clipped; use the coupons
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:38 AM, October 17, 2010
Posted: 10:44 PM, October 16, 2010

Carter and Israel


Clueless in Gaza
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:46 AM, October 17, 2010
Posted: October 17, 2010

Food Not Drugs

[From article]
" a lack of certain amino acids can cause depression and, in severe cases, madness. Scholars now blame the Aztecs' penchant for sacrifice and cannibalism on a maize-based diet that lacked tryptophan, which is vital for creating feel-good serotonin. Even today, countries that consume less tryptophan have higher suicide rates, according to a 2007 study."


This is your brain on food
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:48 AM, October 17, 2010
Posted: 2:01 AM, October 17, 2010

Obama's Threat to First Amendment

[From article]
"Two Obama supporters -- Democratic St. Louis County (Mo.) Circuit Attorney Bob McCulloch and St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce -- took the next step and threatened to bring criminal libel charges against anyone who sponsored objectionable criticisms of Obama.
[. . .]
Anonymous mischief-makers created "Eight Maps," a detailed directory of Prop. 8 donors using Google Maps to pinpoint their residences and businesses. Death threats, enveloped with powdery substances, and boycotts ensued."


The Dems' 'mug the donors' strategy
Michelle Malkin
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:57 AM, October 16, 2010
Posted: 11:53 PM, October 15, 2010

Obama's Shovels

[From article]
"Obama admits that there's "no such thing as shovel-ready" when it comes to public works. It's not that he was lying when he said all that stuff. It's just that he didn't know what he was talking about. All it took was nearly a trillion dollars in stimulus money and 20-plus months of on-the-job training for him to discover that he was talking nonsense.
[. . .]
Los Angeles County deployed $111 million in stimulus money to "save" 55 jobs at the cost of $2 million apiece."


A shovel-unready prez
O's remarkable confession
Jonah Goldberg
New York Post
Last Updated: 5:21 AM, October 16, 2010
Posted: 11:51 PM, October 15, 2010

Is The Constitution Always Right?

Who you gonna believe? The Globe or your lying eyes and ears? What I said was, "The Constitution is a song."


Tracking hacks the Gore way

By Howie Carr
Boston Herald
Friday, October 15, 2010

How Is My Driving?

Them beers ain't mine, officer. I'm just holding them for the Christmas party at the courthouse. Ask my boss. Those baggies of dope and oxy? They are the contribution of the state police union. Honest, I have them in my behind for safe keeping. I wouldn't lie to you officer. What white line is that ma'am?


Keep those cards and letters coming in, folks

By Howie Carr
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 14, 2010

Facts Matter, Sometimes

Marsha is complaining about facts? What about the fact that "In Massachusetts technically it is not illegal to be illegal?" That's a fact? And Curt Schilling is a Yankee? One more Coakley fact?


Martha Coakley: Movie’s ‘inaccurate’ but a ‘delight’

By Peter Gelzinis
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 14, 2010

Magistrates Can Drink and Drive

The cans of beer were unopened. What's the problem officer? I am a Clerk Magistrate. What's it to you? And those baggies of marijuana? They belong to the Col. of the State Police. She put them in my behind for safekeeping. Looking for trouble are you officer?


Cops: Magistrate tried to pin beer rap on boss
By Laurel J. Sweet
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 14, 2010

Never Let A Crisis Go To waste

How can Obama take credit for this? It is one more way to divert attention from the disaster his administration is.


In Chilean circles, ‘a happy ending’

By Margery Eagan
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 14, 2010

Oaths of Office Rule of Law

Howie Carr still supports law enforcement, without taking an oath to do so. His colleagues on Sunday WRKO Pundit Review told me that the $2,500 fine and quick plea bargain was in deference to a Congressman. Huh? Isn't that the issue here? Government criminals getting away with their crimes due to the corrupt criminal justice system? The standards for accountability were set by US Sen. Ted Kennedy, James "Whitey" Bulger and the FBI Frameup of four white men for murder. There isn't even justice in the halls in this state.


Governor’s got some deep Pockets for his fund-raiser

By Howie Carr
Boston Herald
Wednesday, October 13, 2010

You Can Trust Me, I'm Not Like The Others

"I seen my opportunities and I took 'em." George Washington Plunkett. (1842-1924) Politicians haven't changed. They think they have but they still have their heads up their behinds. Barney is one of many who never held a real job, who went directly from college into politics.


Rival blasts Barney Frank’s swanky free jet ride

By Dave Wedge
Boston Herald
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 -

Medical Reserearch Abuses

The pattern of out of control medical researchers continues. 64 years after the fact US Officials admit their crimes against humanity in Guatemala. US Law on Human Experiments (Title 45 CFR 46), The Common Rule, carries no penalties for using human subjects without consent. From 1944 to 1974, MIT researchers funded by Quaker Oats conducted radiation experiments on young men at the Fernald School in MA. See State Boys Rebellion, by Michael D'Antonio. Civilians designated "retarded" were used without consent exposing them to radiated foods to see what the effects were. In 1993 the US Energy Secretary admitted those abuses of up to 16,000 humans. When victims complained to the US Department of Energy the bureaucrats called them "the crazies." Psychiatry is used to discredit victims of goverment and academic research crimes. The lack of accountability of academic government researchers allows current abuses which are allegedly ongoing even at Harvard. Today hundreds of civilians complain about testing of high tech military anti-personnel weapons which the government denies as they did with the radiation experiments. The US Agency whose mission is to protect humans from research abuses refuses to investigate complaints. They demand evidence of criminal abuses from the victims. Is the government covering up the abuses to protect the researchers, as the FBI protected the Bulger crime family?


Ethical Experiments
The U.S.’s syphilis experiment was hypocritical
By The Harvard Crimson Staff
Published: Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Biased Civil Rights Governor

Cadillac Deval indicates his bias against money launderers. Why does he deny equal access for a non violent criminal? Who defends the basic rights of white collar criminals especially those with a history of being married to politicians? This is a disgraceful action by the Harvard-corporate-lawyer Governor, who claims to support civil rights and human rights for all. The Governor is a shameless typical Harvard lawyer.


John Tierney’s wife out of Deval shindig
Felon pulled from gov’s fund-raiser
By Laurel J. Sweet and Richard Weir
Boston Herald
Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Sweet Talking Deceivers

Eagan redeems herself. While sharing Moonbat Braude's focus on Obamacrat style over substance she recognizes that Mary Connaughton brings to government a focus on representing ordinary citizens and taxpayers, not the upper class criminals that Braude loves. Good for you Margery! Obama recruits sleazy slick-talking lawyers with no common sense and no integrity. Mary Connaughton may not speak as smoothly as Obama's lawyers, but she makes the right sounds.


Merrily voting Mary Connaughton for state auditor

By Margery Eagan
Boston Herald
Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Police Officer Arrested For Shooting Others

Double standards in law enforcement lead to further abuses of power. Civilians must scrutinize police all the time to prevent them from abusing their power. It is the nature of the beast of policing.


Police officer arrested in Ill., Ind. shootings
By Associated Press
Boston Herald
Friday, October 8, 2010

Who Me? I know Nothing About My Wife

I haven't spoken to my wife for three years. She lives in her part of the house and I live in mine. She calls my son-in-law to ask me questions, and I answer through him. What makes you think she would tell me what she did with her brother? Can I get me another drink here? What is the big deal anyway? All she did was deposit money and take it out of her account and give it to her brother. My wife tells me nothing. I didn't even know she had a brother, don't even know his name, and haven't seen him since the wedding. I do not know where her brother is.


Double standard for Democrats

By Howie Carr
Boston Herald
Friday, October 8, 2010

Marital Secrets? I Don't Want to Know

Is John Kerry aware of where Mama T gets her money? Politicians keep their wives out of the political loops; their wives keep the politicians out of their female loops. Who wants to buy a bridge in New York? Journalists treat misdeeds by wives of Democratic politicians, the same as they treat the wives of Republicans. AHHHHHHEM! Hahaha.


Tierney tax flap ‘shakes up’ race
By Laurel J. Sweet
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 7, 2010

Politician's Wife Laundering Money

Hear no evil. See no evil. Speak no evil. Democrats do no evil. Republicans are all evil. This is what passes for even handed objective journalism. AHHHHEM. Hahaha.


Role reversal: Pol’s wife now in hot water

By Margery Eagan
Boston Herald
Thursday, October 7, 2010

Liberals Obsessed With Disorderly Conduct Arrest

When will some group (or alleged journalist) investigate the abuses of power by then Cambridge Mayor Simmons, MA Gov. Patrick, US President Obama and Middlesex DA Leone all of whom abused their powers after that arrest for the benefit of a multi-millionaire tenured Harvard professor. The Hatch Act is still law. The acceptance of corruption of the criminal justice system reveals the lawlessness of MA government and the current US administration. Did Councilor Reeves get his opinion approved by Professor Ogletree -- the Pope of Racism? Does Councilor Cheung dispute Eric Holder's doctrine that Americans are cowards because they fear speaking about racism? The Cambridge City Council regularly speaks about racism refusing to let white men forget that they are all racists, stupid, evil and mentally ill. Or is that Professor Counter's doctrine?

The AG's office runs the Middlesex District Attorney's Office. There is no Middlesex County government, which was dissolved due to corruption. Leone and his staff work for the state. Leone is the official with legal authority to dimiss a complaint properly filed by a police officer. In the Gates case (according to the Cambridge City Manager) Cambridge City Solicitor Drisdell and a private attorney (former General Counsel for the MBTA) "negotiated" the dismissal without the DA. How many state laws were violated by officials who run the criminal justice system will remain unknown due to the privileged position of Harvard's multi millionaire tenured Professor Gates. How many arrested civilians spend no time in a cell? How many have their charges dismissed before arraignment? The way Professor Gates was treated added to the pervasive cynicism regarding the MA state court system and the US Courts in MA. The few dedicated and honest judges have had their reputations harmed by the criminal abuses of power during and after the arrest of this upper class elitist professor. Police improperly arrest civilians every day. These ordinary persons do not have their politician friends speak out demanding the charge be dismissed. In the name of equality former Harvard General Counsel Margaret Marshal, promoted legalization of same sex marriage; contrary to a state constitution provision excluding her court from having jurisdiction over marriage. But when it came to the application of criminal law, Harvard's politicians demanded unequal protection of the laws.

Official statements always reflect reality. Ask any PR Flack. AHHHHEM!


Gates Report Irks Council
By Sirui Li and CAROLINE M. MCKAY,
Published: Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Women and Politicians

If Deval would bow out of the race that would benefit voters and taxpayers. Fat chance of that happening because women prefer Cadillac Deval over Baker. They are both Harvard men so what is the difference?


Sneaky Charlie Baker a tough sell for women

By Margery Eagan
Boston Herald
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Politicians Obsessed With Disorderly Conduct Arrest

When will some group (or alleged journalist) investigate the abuses of power by then Cambridge Mayor Simmons, MA Gov. Patrick, US President Obama and Middlesex DA Leone all of whom abused their powers after that arrest for the benefit of a multi-millionaire tenured Harvard professor. The Hatch Act is still law. The acceptance of corruption of the criminal justice system reveals the lawlessness of MA government and the current US administration.


Cambridge council to review Harvard scholar arrest
By Associated Press
Boston Herald
Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sanity Test Required for Entry

How long before Cambridge control freaks require civilians to disrobe and to submit to a mental health exam, before entering Cambridge? The US government violates the Right to Travel in the name of good--preventing terrorism. Citizens innocent of any thought crimes must remove shoes to walk on dirty floors, before boarding an airplane. Mindless misguided politicians focus on smoking--a legal activity. Why not scrutinize the medical profession which kills 90,000 per year through negligence? Do spineless Cambridge politicians fear wealthy doctors who kill? If smoking is so bad why not make it illegal? Where are the spines of these fools?


Cambridge eyes cigarette ban
Wants smokers to butt out of parks
Boston Herald
By Natalie Sherman
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

October 19, 2010

American Double Standards

Tawas City is in Northeast Michigan. It is 97 percent white. I cannot imagine any newspaper publishing this letter in Cambridge, MA, New York City, or any large city. Editors like politicians are spineless and fear for their incomes and jobs. It is likely that the newspaper that published this letter is the Iosco County News Herald.


Record Marijuana Seizure in Mexico


Mexican authorities seize 105 tons of marijuana
Associated Press Writer
October 18, 2010

October 18, 2010

More FaceBook Privacy Breaches


Facebook in Privacy Breach
Top-Ranked Applications Transmit Personal IDs, a Journal Investigation Finds
Wall Street Journal
October 18, 2010

Over $10K is not poverty?


For the elderly, poverty level doesn't cut it
UCLA study tells a much different story of what it costs California seniors to get by: twice as much as the federal government's estimate, which is based on 1950s spending patterns.
By Alexandra Zavis, Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
October 17, 2010

Myopia Dominates Liberal Thinking


Why Won’t this Pig Fly? We’ve Tried Everything to Fix Education and Poverty. . .
by Adam B. Schaeffer
October 17, 2010

David Axelrod and The Chamber of Commerce


BREAKING NEWS: David Axelrod Has a Beastiality Problem
by Jeff Dunetz
October 18, 2010

Police Detective Killed Over Parking Space

A similar murder occured in 1968 in New York City when a woman killed a man not an officer. You never know what a stranger may do if you offend him or her. Must learn to respect strangers to stay alive.


[Video embedded]
Police: Murder charges filed after an off-duty detective is killed
From Rick Martin
October 17, 2010 3:55 p.m. EDT

October 17, 2010

Focus on Domestic Violence

No doubt there is domestic violence, racial violence and homophobic violence, which all get attention from politicians and media. Why is there seldom any focus on abuses of persons with disabilities? One would think that these vulnerable persons are never abused. Unlike women, gays and black Americans, disabled persons are often denied access to protection. Taxpayer funded agencies for disabled persons are mostly run by police and bureaucrats who take notes and refer the victims to other bureaucrats. Eliminating these useless jobs which don't protect persons with disabilities would save taxpayer money. Especially abused by professionals and civilians alike are persons accused of mental illness. Police and journalists love to harass and to humiliate these people.


Anti-violence advocates eye new ‘vision’

By Natalie Sherman
Boston Herald
Sunday, October 17, 2010

Obama's Deception Unlike Bush's Integrity

[From article]
"The problem with this strategy is that the left wing can’t know for certain whether their president actually supports their core beliefs. If he does support them, is he willing to fight for them? Say what you will about George W. Bush, but “he had genuine integrity and as much political courage as any leader I ever met,” Tony Blair has said. “Right or wrong, it led to decisive leadership.”

The left mutters that its savior has become FauxBama. No one ever called his predecessor Slick Georgie."


George W. Bush

How Obama betrays gay rights
Kyle Smith
New York Post
Last Updated: 11:50 AM, October 17, 2010
Posted: 11:04 PM, October 16, 2010

October 16, 2010

Passaic Native in the News


Codger robber is an old pro
New York Post
Last Updated: 8:04 AM, October 16, 2010
Posted: 4:25 AM, October 16, 2010

Maureen Dowd Attacks Women

Sat Oct 16 2010 17:43:06 ET

NYT columnist Maureen Dowd's support for women and equality in politics ends -- when the women are Republicans!

Dowd has filed her nails and filed her Sunday column, newsroom sources tell the DRUDGE REPORT, and the fur is set to fly against "Republican Mean Girls."

"Jan, Meg, Carly, Sharron, Linda, Michele, Queen Bee Sarah and sweet wannabe Christine -- have co-opted and ratcheted up the disgust with the status quo that originally buoyed Barack Obama," writes Dowd.

"Whether they're mistreating the help or belittling the president's manhood, making snide comments about a rival's hair or ripping an opponent for spending money on a men's fashion show, the Mean Girls have replaced Hope with Spite and Cool with Cold."

Dowd celebrates the shattering of one of the last remaining glass ceilings with 700 words.

The victorious Republicans are "grown-up versions of those teenage tormentors who would steal your boyfriend, spray-paint your locker and, just for good measure, spread rumors that you were pregnant."

Sisterhood for the flaming redhead ends at the ballot box!


State Returns Baby Taken for Political Reasons


WND Exclusive
Baby snatched for dad's politics back with parents
Reunited! Newborn returned to family where father accused of being 'Oath Keeper'
Posted: October 14, 2010 9:15 pm Eastern

Wonder Why Pols Ignore Voters?


Ouch: Rep. Jim Oberstar, D-Minn., has just one donor from his district
By: John McCormack
Weekly Standard
10/14/10 5:10 PM EDT

Study of Revenge

This study is limited to individuals. In contemporary US (society) people identify as members of groups, even though the rights guaranteed by the US Constitution are for individuals not groups. They take an offense against a member as an offense against all members. Thus there are multiple events passing for revenge against an individual by a group. Not only was this aspect not included in the study it raises further questions about the breakdown in fairness of society, and denial of Constitutional protections for individuals.


Revenge may be all in the anticipation
Behavioral studies suggest that thinking about revenge stimulates the brain but that following through doesn't improve mood.
By Marilyn Elias
Special to the Los Angeles Times
October 18, 2010

Soldier testifies he was ordered to delete Fort Hood videos


Witnesses say Fort Hood gunman kept firing outside
By ANGELA K. BROWN and MICHAEL GRACZYK, Associated Press Writers
Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:44 pm ET

US Airways Refuses to Fly Man With Disability


Man says he was told he was too disabled to fly
By Associated Press
Boston Herald
Saturday, October 16, 2010

PsychRights To Appeal Dismissal of Qui Tam Claims



October 15,2010 Jim Gottstein 907-274-7686


Medicaid Fraud Defendants Seek Almost $325,000 in Legal Fees and Costs After Court Dismissed Case Because PsychRights is Not In It for The Money

On October 14, 2010, Osamu Matsutani, Providence Hospital, Anchorage Community Mental Health Services and other defendants in U.S. ex rel PsychRights v. Matsutani et al., filed for almost $325,000 in legal fees and costs against the Law Project for Psychiatric Rights (PsychRights®). This was in the wake of the case's dismissal in late September on the grounds that government officials already know about the industry-wide fraud and are allowing it to continue. In that decision, the district decided the case could not go forward because,

the Government already "has pursued False Claims Act cases and achieved extremely large recoveries against drug companies for causing the presentment of claims to Medicaid for prescriptions of psychotropic drugs that are not for medically accepted indications, including Geodon and Seroquel for use in children and youth." Thus, . . . the Government already knows about the conduct . . . . [1]

That decision is on appeal.

A primary reason why these defendants assert they should be paid their attorney's fees is because PsychRights is bringing these cases to protect children and youth from the massive harm caused by these drugs, rather than for the money. Jim Gottstein, the president of PsychRights, said PsychRights will oppose the attorney's fees and costs requests.

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The Law Project for Psychiatric Rights is a public interest law firm devoted to the defense of people facing the horrors of forced psychiatric drugging and electroshock. PsychRights is further dedicated to exposing the truth about psychiatric interventions and the courts being misled into ordering people subjected to these brain and body damaging drugs and electroshock against their will. Due to massive growth in psychiatric drugging of children and youth and the current targeting of them for even more psychiatric drugging, PsychRights has made attacking this problem a priority. It is an unfolding national tragedy of immense proportions. Extensive information about the tragic damage caused psychiatric drugs and electroshock is available on the PsychRights web site: http://psychrights.org/.

[1] Page 21 in Docket No. 163, United States ex rel Law Project for Psychiatric Rights v. Matsutani et.al, No. 3:09-cv-80.

[1] Page 21 in Docket No. 163, United States ex rel Law Project for Psychiatric Rights v. Matsutani et.al, No. 3:09-cv-80.

Candidate Name Mispelled as "Whitey" in IL

Candidate Name Mispelled as "Whitey" in IL

Whitney is 'Whitey' on some ballots
October 14, 2010
Sun-Times Springfield (IL) Bureau Chief

Saudi Prince May face Death Penalty


Saudi prince could face death penalty over gay claims, British court hears
News.Com (Australia)
October 16, 2010 3:40AM

October 15, 2010

Psychiatry Wastes Taxpayer Funds

This action by the judge exposes one of many institutionalized wastes of taxpayer funds by the psychiatric industry. After an arrest the state sends some suspects for "competency evaluations." This proceeding is supposed to determine the fitness of the defendant to stand trial. The standard has a low threshold, requiring knowing what a court is, what a lawyer is and why the person is in court. It takes about 5 minutes. But the psychiatric industry often takes weeks to make the determination. Many months if not years later the defendant is brought to court for trial. He appears based on the earlier evaluation which means little. But that does not stop the lawyers and judges from working with the mental health industry to rob taxpayers ordering evaluations when they serve no purpose.


Shrink's cleaver killer needs psych exam; trial delayed
New York Post
Last Updated: 6:41 PM, October 15, 2010
Posted: 6:15 PM, October 15, 2010

Camden NJ Police Scandal

[From article]
"The corruption scandal has forced the Camden County Prosecutor's Office to toss out 210 drug cases in which at least one of the officers played a part. The dismissals overturned convictions and prompted the release of dozens of people from prison, as well as sparked a plethora of lawsuits against the city."


Officers accused of planting evidence on drug suspects
Courier-Post Staff (Cherry Hill NJ)
October 15, 2010

Who Me?

[From article]
“I’m struggling with the question because I don’t want to be another politician. I’m not a politician,” Patrick said. “This isn’t my career, so I can do the job without thinking about my career.”


Student stumps pols in debate closing question

Patrick: ‘I’m not a politician’

By Hillary Chabot
Boston Herald
Friday, October 15, 2010

Obama's Fools Make Foolish Policy

[From article]
"If something doesn't sound right, it probably isn't."


A perverse pride in foolish policies
Kirsten Powers
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:51 AM, October 14, 2010
Posted: 9:44 PM, October 13, 2010

Spending Other People's Money Obamanation

[From article]
"the public is tired of the nonchalant way that smarmy public officials take credit for dishing out someone else's cash without a thought of paying for it.
[. . .]
That bleak reality creates hopelessness and anger among voters, who feel elected officials are taking them for fools.
[. . .]
Soon, we'll face a bleak choice of either slashing national defense or Social Security (or both)."


Public debt and payback at the polls
New York Post
Last Updated: 4:39 AM, October 14, 2010
Posted: 9:53 PM, October 13, 2010