Archives for September 2010

Video of the Day: GOP Candidate Tells Obama ‘Go to Hell’

Paul LePage is the Republican candidate for governor of Maine. He is currently mayor of Waterville, and he is no fan of President Obama. At a recent meeting, he told a fisheries forum, as governor, he would stand up to this out-of-control administration. A new poll shows LePage now in a statistical dead-heat with Democrat Libby Mitchell. According to local media, LePage has “regrets the choice of … [Read more...]

National Review Joins Call To Investigate Obama’s Justice Department

The flagship publication of the conservative movement has joined the call to investigate Barack Obama’s Justice Department. In his his article on NRO entitled “Investigate Racism in the Obama Justice Department,” Andrew C. McCarthy agrees the department’s racially charged dismissal of the Black Panther case represents a “crime” and Congress has the Constitutional obligation to end the … [Read more...]

An Avalanche of Obama Investigations Announced

The last 24 hours have provided an explosion of new investigations into the Obama administration and its allies. National Review‘s Andrew McCarthy has called for Republicans to investigate the Justice Department’s racial discrimination. The FBI and the Labor Department announced today they are investigating Andrew Stern, the head of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), for financial … [Read more...]

Video of the Day: Obama Ally Could be Tried for Treason

Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson carried the nuclear football for President Bill Clinton and most recently authored the new book Conduct Unbecoming: How Barack Obama Is Destroying the Military and Endangering Our Security. He told NewsMax magazine that Obama fundraiser Jodie Evans had delivered more than $600,000 in cash and supplies to “the other side” in Fallujah during the Iraq war. Buzz has … [Read more...]

Explosive Testimony Against “Travesty Of Justice” Department

A second career civil rights lawyer ripped a hole in the Obama administration’s lies about the Black Panther voter intimidation case this morning. Christopher Coates, who headed the Voting Rights division of the Justice Department, said the administration’s decision to throw out the case was “a travesty of justice” that reflected the “anger” of the president’s appointees and their “deep-seated … [Read more...]

New Proof of Perjury, Obstruction in Black Panther Case?

A series of major new developments threaten to expose the full extent of the Obama administration’s role in dismissing charges against the New Black Panther Party, an investigation that could reveal obstruction of justice and perjury. Most significantly, Christopher Coates, who was head of the Justice Department’s Voting Rights section at the time and suggested the case proceed, will testify … [Read more...]

Baiting Boehner

Who do you think scares the American people more? The Associated Press today has a story confirming what we all knew: The Democrats as a party have gone into full Alinsky mode against John Boehner. Obama rolled out the strategy at his Obama used his poorly attended speech in Parma, Ohio, last week. An Obama media advisor, Jim Margolis, explained that any strategy his boss might use to blame-shift … [Read more...]

Obama’s Defense Plan: “We Can Absorb a Terrorist Attack”

“September the 11th for them was a bad day; for us it was a change of attitude” — President George W. Bush, 2006. Barack Obama has a unique response to terrorist attacks: America can “absorb” them. A new book shows the president exhibits blasé indifference to the prospect of American citizens suffering another 9/11 attack from Islamic terrorists but is highly concerned that he not accept the … [Read more...]

Impeachable Offense? Possible Perjury In Black Panther Case

Just days after Impeach Obama Campaign's Floyd Brown made an impassioned plea for the new Congress to impeach Barack Obama, it appears he may have fresh reasons to proceed. A former Obama Justice Department official has stated officials in his department “lied” about the decision to dismiss the DoJ’s voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party, occasionally “under oath.” J. … [Read more...]