Saturday, February 27, 2010
MEP and UKIP leader Nigel Farage on Wednesday delivered another major tirade against EU President Herman van Rompuy and, along the way, severely insulted Belgium and Greece during a plenary debate in the European Parliament. Farage said Van Rompuy had the "charisma of a damp rag" and the appearance of a "low-grade bank clerk."
Fox News host Glenn Beck took the stage Saturday night at CPAC, accompanied by his chalkboard. Beck attacked both parties but took special aim at "progressivism," calling it "the cancer in America."
February 25, 2010 -- At the health-care summit Thursday, President Obama chided Republican Whip Rep. Eric Cantor for his use of props to drive home his point, saying, "These are the kind of political things we do that prevent us from actually having a conversation." Has anybody read the entire bill? have any of the participants in the "bi-partisan" commission read it all? Obama does not want to be reminded that he has not read the bill. How can these sociopaths keep a straight face expecting taxpayers to support this abomination when no one has read it?
Sure, you've racked up hundreds of dollars in debt, but do you know how credit cards work or how badly they can screw you over? Celebrating the newly effective CARD act, Jon Stewart explained the ins and outs of the credit industry—but mostly the outs.
Everyone's talking about Chatroulette, the Internet's newest addictive time-waster. But has anyone taken a hard look at the numbers? Casey Neistat spent a day on the site tallying its demographics—and learning that almost everyone would rather talk to a cute girl.
Friday, February 26, 2010
WNYC Radio: On February 26, 2010, a slow-moving storm is parked over the city and up to 20 inches of snow is expected by Saturday. Schools are closed and subways are running with delays on some lines. In Brooklyn, pedestrians struggle to get through the snow and homeowners shoveled their sidewalks. This is evidence that global warming is political. In Boston where moonbats rule, there was only rain, no snow.
WNYC Radio: A major snowstorm hit New York City on February 10, 2010, with up to a foot of snow expected in the 5 boroughs. City schools are all closed and residents of Park Slope were out shoveling their sidewalks and enjoying the snow in Prospect Park. Here is a snowy postcard from Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Bill Maher makes a joke and laughs at Dick Cheney's heart attack on Joy Behar's show. This is how liberals show their love for people who disagree with them. Yet they object to any criticism of Obama the leader of the hate mongers.
Obama Reminds McCain, "The election is over." This is a corollary of his previous mantra, "I won." He seems to think there should be no debate, that the Congress should do what he wants and that the voters are too stupid to have a responsible opinion. Obama has never left Harvard where he was so special that few disagreed with him.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
New York Post
Last Updated: 5:09 AM, February 23, 2010
Posted: 8:01 AM, February 22, 2010
I thought that minorities were weak and vulnerable. They can dictate who gets contracts from government agencies? This abuse of race is not limited to New York state. I've been told the same thing in Cambridge, MA that in order to have a state agency consider a complaint one must have a black partner. Isn't that racial extortion? What happened to the equal protection clause? Is it only for homosexuals, blacks and women?
[NYPost online entry missing]
Jay-Z stake in Aqueduct slots deal draws scrutiny
By FREDRIC U. DICKER in Albany and ANNIE KARNI in New York City
New York Post
12:57 PM, February 21, 2010
This report begins : "A cleaver-wielding schizophrenic." making a person into a disease. Though not unique among journalists it shows negative bias in the minds of the writers and editors. Why is the alleged mental illness a defining element in the crime report? Do journalists and editors believe that mental illness causes crime? What is the basis for any such belief beyond bias? There is none.
By KATHIANNE BONIELLO
New York Post
Last Updated: 3:03 AM, February 23, 2010
Posted: 5:49 AM, February 21, 2010
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Cartoon show ridicules disabled character. Imagine the reaction of they did this to a black woman. This shows that the women's movement and politicians care nothing about women with disabilities. One line is in the first 15 seconds of the clip.
Entire transcript of the song is at
Friday, February 19, 2010
In my family we like to laugh too, but not about stuff like this (warning: definitely NSFW!)
By Joshua Livestro
Friday, February 19, 2010
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
These four images were captured at about 8:30 PM on Wednesday February 17, 2010 on Mass Avenue between Prospect Street and Temple Street, Cambridge MA. Mr. Dennis Benzan is an attorney in Massachusetts. He is a candidate for State Senate Democratic nomination to replace Anthony Galluccio who resigned after being jailed for violation of probation. Cambridge is a city with pervasive relaxed rectitude. Mr. Benzan is a suitable candidate for this public office. He indicates his disdain for laws by posting his signs on public polls along a public avenue contrary to law. As an officer of the court perhaps he believes he is above the laws. Ordinary citizens are arrested and fined for violations of laws. How many lawyers or politicians are punished in Mass when they violate state or local laws? Perhaps this is one more pattern of behavior in Cambridge for the $130,000 taxpayer funded Review Committee to study. Ahem!
67-year-old white man is trying to be the bigger man and make responsible decisions when the black guy just keeps running his mouth about some shoe shinning. Eventually after multiple threats about beating up the white guy, the white guy says one thing about slapping the black man. The black man then hits the white guy, which then the white man beat down the black guy.
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KCRG: A new billboard in Cedar Rapids criticizes the Obama Administration. It is located on 3rd Ave. near downtown, and reads simply "How's that 'Hope and Change' Working for You?" There's no group or individual claiming responsibility for the ad itself.
Gale Nordling President and CEO of Emprimus Corporation of Minneapolis, Minnesota appeared on the Michael Savage radio show on Tuesday February 16, 2010. An engineer and an attorney he spoke about Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) weapons which can be used by police to stop fleeing vehicles. He said the military is prepared to defend against these weapons. But the civilian sector is vulnerable. Computers and most electronic equipment with a chip can be burned by the EMP. Data can be destroyed. Nordling's company Emprimus is focused on providing technical assistance to civilians to shield against EMP attacks. It appears that civilians are clueless and think that anyone who speaks about these weapons is mentally ill. Criminals in and out of government who use these weapons also say that people who speak about them are mentally ill. It is not easy to tell who knows and who does not. I was only able to capture about six minutes of the segment with Nordling.
For more information see
or search this blog or any search engine using "electrical weapons," "less lethal,"
Massachusetts state law makes possession of these weapons a felony. Massachusetts police refuse to investigate complaints demanding evidence of USE which is improper or negligent training.
Mass Gen Laws Chapter 140 Section 131 J
Parts of Michigan law below which applies to electronic and electromagnetic devices is Public Law 256 2003 and 257 2003. Michigan provides serious penalties.
and enter the above law number and year information for the full law.
Maine has a law which is not yet online. Sec. 1. MRSA 1058 is enacted to read:
1058. Possession of electronic weapon. If I can get a link I'll post it here.
As Nordling says the technology is public, and anyone can use it. Police, criminals, psychiatrists, politicians have been known to employ these devices to annoy, to harass, to disable, and to try to kill their targets.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
A broadcaster for the BBC's Inside Out programme smothered his ailing lover to spare him from "terrible pain". Detectives are to launch an investigation after a BBC presenter told TV viewers that he carried out a mercy killing on a former lover who was suffering from Aids.
The Cambridge City Manager and the Police Commissioner created a Review Committee funded with $130,000 of taxpayer cash money. Its mission is to study the most famous disorderly conduct arrest in the history of the world, and the culture of racism and classism in Cambridge. This city is primarily focused on and funds studying these two kinds of discrimination. Bias against persons with disabilities is ignored because persons with disabilities are not whole persons? Because they do not have a PAC? Because they are all uneducated slugs? The Review Committee will not say.Photo by Boston Herald fileMulti millionaire tenured Harvard professor Henry Gates, Jr. ("Do you know who I am?") was arrested and held for four hours. Within one week, before arraignment the President of the US, the Governor of Massachusetts, the Mayor of Cambridge all spoke out officially "to make this go away." Few observers see any problem with those officials abusing their power. The District Attorney abdicated his power and allowed a private attorney and the city solicitor to negotiate the dismissal of the charge. This is an example of an extreme abuse of the police powers, which is a common occurrence in Massachusetts. A Boston FBI informant who ran the Irish crime family that controls Massachusetts was charged with 19 homicides while working for the FBI. The Boston FBI was focused on ethnic cleansing of Italians from organized crime in MA. The FBI framed four white men for murder. Two died in prison. Two were released after 30 years. A US judge awarded $101 million, which the Justice Department appeals. In February 2010 a Harvard trained woman neurobiologist Amy Bishop ("Do you know who I am?"), allegedly shot and killed three colleagues at the University of Alabama after she was denied tenure. Previously she killed her brother in Braintree, MA near Boston, but was not charged. She was also not charged after a pipe bomb was found in her boss's home after she received a poor work review at Harvard. Other states have a less relaxed rectitude. Alabama charged her with capital murder. This is Part 1 of 4.LET IT GO: Henry Louis Gates Jr. said he’ll donate the handcuffs used in his arrest to the Smithsonian.
By Jillian FennimorePosted Apr 15, 2010 @ 08:11 AMLast update Apr 15, 2010 @ 08:36 AM
Monday, February 15, 2010
"It almost is kind of effective to send out this drunken Irishman to respond to Dick Cheney. It's like sending out the White House dog, saying, 'We so don't respect you we're sending in Joe Biden.' Everything he says is crazy."