"I WROTE DREAMS!!! Read p 197 198 of Public Enemy. I wrote it, but nobody believes me." Bill
A private e-mail admission by Bill Ayers
By Doug Hagmann Full Story
The plot of a film noir of a half-century ago consisted of an unassuming man confessing to police his involvement in a number of murders in London while each remained unsolved. The murders took place over a period of a few months and were ostensibly performed at the hands of a serial killer.
The publicity pushing Obama as King of the World is a Marxist orchestrated cycle.
Michelle the jealous wife media-designed?
By Judi McLeod Full Story
Like the rest of him, Barack Obama’s mass circulated photos from photo-ops like yesterday’s Mandela Memorial, are phony.
Global Warming Alarmism Denies Sound Science
Environmentalism's Endless Lies
By Alan Caruba Full Story
I am on the Friends of the Earth (FOE) email list and receive a steady stream of theirs and the Sierra Club’s lies about the environment. A recent FOE mailing stating that “Devastation from climate change has become all too frequent.”
Palestinians’ stage to flaunt their victimhood melodrama
UN Approves Year of Solidarity with Palestinian Self-Pity
By Joseph A. Klein Full Story
In yet another display of pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel bias, the United Nations decided that observing the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People annually on November 29th was simply not enough. November 29th was the date in 1947 when the UN General Assembly approved its partition plan resolution that would have given the Palestinians a state of their own more than six decades ago, side by side with Israel.
What the crusaders against American “income inequality” won’t tell you.
The Government's War on Poverty Reduction
By Arnold Ahlert Full Story
While President Obama is pushing his redistributionist war on “income inequality,” the American left is excited about a new study, “Trends in Poverty with an Anchored Supplemental Poverty Measure” that purports to show that government welfare programs have significantly eased the burden faced by poor Americans in the nearly 50 years since Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty was launched.