Elena Kagan Auto-tuned

Nominee feigns ignorance of Progressive, leftwing legal tradition


SEIU testimony leaves Obama exposed

Under oath, BigLabor bagman contradicts President
Top Chicago SEIU big Thomas Balanoff said he was at dinner the night before the November Presidential election when he got a call that was blocked. So he didn't take it. Later he listened to his messages: "I walked outside, listened to it and it was from President Obama," Balanoff said.

"Tom, this is Barack, give me a call," the soon-to-be President-Elect said on the message. After Balanoff sent word through an Obama aide to call him back, Obama returned his call later that night.

"Tom, I want to talk to you with regard to the Senate seat," Obama told him. Balanoff said Obama said he had two criteria: someone who was good for the citizens of Illinois and could be elected in 2010.

Obama said he wasn't publicly coming out in support of anyone but he believed Valerie Jarrett would fit the bill. "I would much prefer she (remain in the White House) but she does want to be Senator and she does meet those two criteria," Balanoff said Obama told him. "I said: 'thank you, I'm going to reach out to Gov. Blagojevich."

Balanoff then described a Nov. 6, 2008 meeting he had with Rod Blagojevich to recommend Valerie Jarrett for Barack Obama's Senate seat.
(from suntimes.com)

Oilbama's Katrina

Video journalists provide handy time-lines when Lamestreams fail


Obama Nonstop Forever

Malignant narcissist never gets enough overexposure


Robert Chatigny deserves social-justice

Sen. Reid blesses Obama's Progressive court nominees


Night of the Long Knives

On this day: June 30
The Tunguska event occurs in Siberia (1908)

The Night of the Long Knives, Adolf Hitler's violent purge of his political rivals in Germany (1934)

The Senegalese Socialist Party holds its first congress (1935)

The SCOTUS rules that states could outlaw homosexual acts between consenting adults (1986)

b: Oswald Pohl (1892), Walter Ulbricht (1893); d: Gregor Strasser (1934), Georgi Dobrovolski (1971)

Community Organizing for the New Progressive Era


Meet the new Harriet Miers

We don't need no stinkin' Constitution


Keynes buried again?

U.S. collectivist pig Progs will never let BigGov die

The G-8 and G-20 meetings in Canada were remarkable in historic terms. European governments criticized the United States for being spendthrift. Brazil provided political cover to the US on behalf of the developing countries. This has been a consequence of something truly remarkable happening in Europe. Keynsianism has lost in Europe. There is no political support for it. And Barack Obama got hit in the face with this reality.

Since the beginning of the financial crisis, conservative and liberal parties have defeated socialist parties in nearly every election in the European Union. They won the European elections and elections in the UK, Italy, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Hungary, etc. A reformist, pro-market right has beaten a traditionalist right in Poland. There is no credible political voice for more spending in Europe. The Greek and Portuguese financial crises have destroyed a political argument for deficit-funded stimulus packages.
(from redstate.com)

Collectivist pigs cancel U.S. budget

U.S. fundamentally transformed by Obama Progs


Lamestreamer takes on Davis-Bacon

Underemployed nation tires of racist, BigLabor favoritism


President Tarball Strikes Back

Failing left-wing divider running on empty


Ridicule is man's most potent weapon - Saul Alinsky

Bonus links:
Summary of Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals'
• More Saul Alinsky stories: here
'Rules for Radicals' at amazon.com

Rasputin, Cruel and Unusual

On this day: June 29
France annexes Tahiti (1880)

Jina Guseva attempts to assassinate Grigori Rasputin at his home town in Siberia (1914)

Carpathian Ruthenia is annexed by Soviet Union (1945)

The SCOTUS rules the death penalty could constitute "cruel and unusual punishment" (1972)

b: Ruth Warrick (1915), Stokely Carmichael (1941); d: Otto Seeck (1921)

Community Organizing for the New Progressive Era


Obama clings bitterly to Keynes

But G20 rejects crony-socialist Stimulus


SEIU-Obama caught in Pay-to-Play

Typical BigGov corruption exposed


Anarchists liberate Toronto

Oppressive bankers just don't get it


Obama mourns ex-Klan leader

Democratics lose boodle king, seniority-spoils symbol
Sen. Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia, the longest-serving senator in history, has died at 92.
(from dailycaller.com)
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