Wednesday, August 15, 2012

An excellent edition of Some Goodies From Ol' Remus

Ol' Remus


We're asked to believe Wade Page, a 40-year old former Army enlisted man, decorated with the Army Commendation Medal among others, discharged in 1998 after five and a half years of service as a psychological operations specialist, joined a white-supremacist group, posed for a photo in front of a swastika flag, armed himself with a pistol, and shot up a Sikh religious service—who nobody hates, except Moslems of course. All on his own. File this one in the "Pending Further Information" basket.

art-link-symbol-small.jpg New York’s top Department of Homeland Security cop is suing DHS Chief Janet Napolitano in a federal lawsuit alleging DHS discrimination against straight male agents by Napolitano in favor of her lesbian girlfriend, and sexual harassment of male agents by Napolitano’s handpicked Immigration and Customs Enforcement Chief of Staff, Suzanne Barr, says Debbie Schlussel in this article at her website, Debbie Schlussel.

art-link-symbol-small.jpg At least 3,000 white farmers in South Africa, known as Boers, have been brutally massacred over the last decade. Many more, including children and even infants, have also been raped or tortured so savagely that mere words could not possibly convey the horror... Genocide Watch raised its alert level for South Africa from stage five to stage six — the eighth and final stage is denial after the fact, says Alex Newman in this article at The New American.

art-link-symbol-small.jpg Getting pulled over for rolling through a stop sign is whack. But getting pulled over, having a gun pointed in your face, and then being strip searched on the side of the road in front of your two children for rolling through a stop sign is, well, really whack and probably an excessive use of force, says this article at Broward Palm Beach New Times.

To Romney - You're running against the capo of the Choom Gang, a guy with multiple names, multiple birthplaces, somebody who gave up his law license for never-explained reasons, a guy with a Social Security number from a state he never lived in.
Howie Carr at

Does a free society have hundreds of thousands of laws, codes, rules, regulations, and policies which effectively criminalize nearly every aspect of one’s existence?
Simon Black at

The Obama administration is working closely with Bernanke, Geithner and others not to save our economy, but to outright destroy it. He is not the first or only one to try this, but the most effective and most vetted for that purpose. Do you actually think that the fact that Timothy Geithner's father worked with Obama's mother in Indonesia was coincidental?
Rosebud, DHS mole, via Doug Hagmann at

43 percent of immigrants who have been in the U.S. at least 20 years were using welfare benefits ... Federal law requires that the government deny immigrant visas to potential immigrants who are likely to be unable to support themselves and thereby become public charges... Mexicans were most likely to use means-tested benefit programs, with 57 percent.
Stephen Dinan at

You mean that if we criminalize a routine type of transaction, then criminals will tend to dominate those who engage in this transaction? Who would have thought? If this were true, we might expect activities that normally are run by normal, honest participants—say, for example, alcohol distribution—to be replaced with gangs and violent criminals if the activity is prohibited. It's amazing to me that people can still use the the criminal activity that results from prohibition to justify prohibition.
Warren Meyer at

We started out with no gun laws, period. The Constitution says that Congress may not make a law infringing our rights to keep and bear arms, and for a while that restriction on government was honored. But, as always happens, someone wants to build a better place to live, a Utopia, and the first handgun ban was passed. Fortunately, it was ruled Unconstitutional. And so, we continued along until the Civil War with virtually no gun laws of any kind, and none at the Federal level.
PolyKahr at

Had Brady Campaign and their ethically deficient ilk been around during WWII, they would have pushed for the disarmament of the guerrillas and other civilians, while turning a blind eye to massacres perpetrated by government troops and their pet paramilitaries.
Oleg Volk at

Let the record show that I found it impossible to determine the sexuality of the two meals I ate at Chick-fil-A, even though one of them was a salad... As Sigmund Freud's kid brother Eddie Freud said many moons ago, "Sometimes a chicken sandwich is just a chicken sandwich."
Jim Goad at

Teachers and classroom discipline - If we're to believe the Obama administration, when they enter the classroom or become administrators, these eager proponents of white-privilege theory suddenly become retributive bigots, favoring fractious white students over pacific black students.
Heather Mac Donald at

War on drugs - Police are not permitted to search a citizen's car without a warrant citing probable cause, signed by a judge. Or if their dog says it's okay.
Ol' Remus at

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