We're All Malignant Narcissists Now

Thomas Sowell takes on Our Progressive Century


Have-Nots: The Progressive Norm

Crafty Collectivists overborrow to overspend our way to shared misery


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Summary of Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals'
AlinskyDefeater's Blog
Rules for Radicals at amazon.com

Corrupt Dem Swing-State Lawman Gets Wrist-Slap

Former Ohio AG loses law license for six months
The Ohio Supreme Court on November 20 determined that former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann, a Democrat, engaged in conduct that reflected adversely on his fitness to practice law.

Dann, a Democrat who resigned as attorney general in 2008 after just 17 scandal-ridden months in office, has since worked as a private practice attorney in Cleveland. He had pleaded with the high court for leniency.

The Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline recommended the suspension, noting that Dann also had a prior legal reprimand from the court in 2004 for failing to properly prepare as a lawyer on a case.

The court unanimously rejected Dann's request for a stayed suspension and ruled that, because he was an elected official at the time of his misconduct, he should be held to a higher standard.
(from law.com and cleveland.com)

Boss Tweed, Cripple Creek, Chuck Schumer

On this day: November 23
Corrupt Tammany Hall leader William Marcy Tweed (better known as Boss Tweed) is delivered to authorities in NYC after being captured in Spain (1876)
Colo. Governor James Peabody sends the state militia into the town of Cripple Creek to break up a miners' strike (1903)
For the first time, the DJIA closes above the peak it reached just before the 1929 crash (1954)
Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze resigns following weeks of mass protests over flawed elections (2003)

President Barack Obama presents the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award to Magadonga Mahlangu, Jenni Williams, and their organization known as WOZA, in a ceremony in the East Room of the White House (2009)
b: François-Noël Babeuf (1760), Karl Gebhardt (1897), Bill Brock (1930), Chuck Schumer (1950); d: Walter Reed (1902)

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