Alinsky warned of counter-revolution

Did his best students skip that lesson?
Just one year ago, I—like many Americans—was deeply disheartened and concerned about the direction of our nation. A popularly elected president had promised to “fundamentally transform the United States” on the campaign trail. World leaders and newspapers were marking the death of free-market capitalism.

Fortunately, a civic reawakening of sorts kept concerned citizens from merely bracing themselves for the shockwaves of a radically changing political environment. In “Rules for Radicals,” Saul Alinsky warned of an inevitable counter-revolution to the radical policies he espoused—policies, and tactics, that have been deployed day in and day out in the halls of Washington over the past year.

The Tea Party movement is that counter-revolution. It is the instinctive American backlash to a government that has grossly overstepped its bounds exemplified in bailouts, handouts, and the persistent pursuit of radically expanding the size and scope of government though cap and trade, government-run health care initiatives, and other initiatives.

Democrats still control the White House and both chambers of Congress and, despite the concerns of their confused, uneducated constituents, they show no signs of relenting on their promise to deliver this brave new America. Yet today I’m more hopeful than ever about the future of our nation.
(from dailycaller.com)

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A National Education Association scheme to launder dues money from a “children’s fund” into the union’s political action committee is obviously unacceptable and warrants a thorough investigation.

Federal watchdog cash-strapped: But when two Alabama educators who were scammed by the union filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission, the agency dismissed the charges without a field investigation, citing in part a lack of funds to enforce the law, according to the National Right to Work Foundation.

Daphne, Alabama middle school teacher Claire Waites and assistant principal Jeanne Fox said union officials assured the women that contributions made in their names to the NEA Fund for Children and Public Education were not political.

The two later learned their donations actually went to the union’s PAC, and contributed to Barak Obama’s presidential campaign. The fraud occurred at the union’s 2008 annual convention in Washington, DC, nrtw.org reports.

It’s illegal to encourage or solicit contributions under false pretenses. Federal law also prohibits campaign contributions made in another person’s name, according to nrtw.org.

The NRTWF is now encouraging other educators who donated to step forward and join Waites and Fox to pursue legal action against the nation’s largest teachers union.
(from neaexposed.com)

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Putting ACORN back in charge

Shameless Obamunists can't take enough

Democrats just can't stay away from ACORN. Even as scandal piles on top of scandal, they continue to embrace the organization. The latest is that the Senate just confirmed Patrick Corvington as chief executive of the Corporation for National and Community Service. Corvington and ACORN have quite the history as Matthew Vadum notes:

Corvington was a senior official at the left-wing Annie E. Casey Foundation of Baltimore, Md., which granted funding to ACORN and other radical groups during his tenure. If Corvington didn’t share the views of the foundation, which promotes racial disharmony and opposes placing juveniles charged with crimes in pretrial detention, he almost certainly couldn’t have gotten a job there.

Since 2001 the Annie E. Casey Foundation has pumped at least $1,705,500 into the ACORN network, according to philanthropy databases.

Of the $1,705,500, at least $850,500 was earmarked for ACORN operations in Baltimore, Maryland, home of the ACORN branch office first shown in the undercover videos that debuted on BigGovernment.com. Those videos show James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles pretending to be a pimp and a prostitute and receiving mountains of advice on evading laws pertaining to tax evasion and prostitution (among other things).

The Annie E. Casey Foundation is a major funder of other groups on the left.

The foundation Corvington worked for also funded the AFL-CIO, the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute, National Coucil for La Raza and other extreme left-wing groups.

(from washingtonexaminer.com)

Abuse from lofty Rahmbo scored

President judged by the Chicago company he keeps
Rahm Emanuel. (I’m shaking my head slowly). It’s not his real name you know. “Emmanuel” means “God with us” and that is not his real name. It’s Auerbach. Look it up. And … Rahm means “high” or “lofty.”

Mark Levin calls him “the creepy ballerina.” I think he looks like the devil. I’m just saying. He talks like the devil. I’m sure you heard that he called the Democrats “F—ing retards.”

Everyone got mad at the Retard word and no one got mad at the “F” word. My dad said that people only make fun of the reproductive and excretory systems of the human body and no one should because God made the human body and it is a masterpiece.

What is it with all these people throwing the “F” word around like a basketball?
(from bighollywood.breitbart.com)

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