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Radical Communists in Our Government
Beck Exposes Just One
Glenn Beck -- Fox News -- August 24 
Communist Van Jones with his boss, Barack Obama.
    Glenn Beck: Today we are going to start highlighting one of those czars. He is a board member for the Apollo Alliance, the alliance that actually got together and helped write the stimulus package.
    Here's czar number one, the first stop is Van Jones.
    (Clip showing Jones)
    Who is Obama's green job czar? Van Jones. (See background in WorldNetDaily)
    (Clip showing Jones saying he works for Obama and that he is a community organizer. Beck gives Jones' background at Yale. Jones thanks Nancy Pelosi for her help.)
    Beck: A major turning point came in 1993 when he was arrested during the Rodney King riot. In jail he, quote, met all of these young radical people of color, I mean really radical, communists and anarchists, and it was, like, this is what I need to be a part of.
    The verdicts, which cleared the cops of beating Rodney King came down in late April of that year. Jones said, by August I was a communist.
    He spent the next ten years as a full-fledged radical, among other things, a group called STORM, Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement.
 Note: Van Jones spearheaded the movement to get Beck off the air.
 Watch Segments One / Two / Three / Four / Five   
 Related: Holder's Black Panther Stonewall (WSJ)

Joan Swirsky -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto     sc     
Who is behind quashing the birth certificate issue?   
Back in October of 2008, when the subject of Obama’s Constitutional eligibility to be president of the United States was just a blip on the radar screen of public awareness, I wrote an article about how easy it was to find my then -92-year-old mother's birth certificate...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Today's NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Fernando Gutierrez, a "Defender of the People" in Ecuador [not otherwise identified], recently visited in the U.S. His agenda was "the immigration reform and the problems, demands and proposals of the Ecuadoran community." In Washington, "he met with Ecuadoran and U.S. authorities to learn the status of the immigration reform..." [More meddling by foreigners

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas    
Geithner: Auditing the Fed is a "line that we don't want to cross"   
In an interview released today by Digg and the Wall Street Journal, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was pressured about the growing popular movement to Audit the Fed spearheaded by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. A visibly uncomfortable Geithner attempts to dismiss the question by stating "I'm sure people understand that you want to keep politics out of monetary policy." [See Audit the Fed]

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner    
Are drug cartels now dictating policy to Mexico City?   
Last week, Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon signed a bill into law which legalizes possession of relatively small amounts of marijuana, cocaine, LSD, heroin, and methamphetamine. -- The new law allows individuals to have in their possession five grams of marijuana (about four or five joints), half a gram of cocaine, 50 milligrams of heroin...

Kingman (Arizona) Daily Miner     
BHO's eligibility a big part of Saturday town hall   
The birthplace of the current president is still a question in the minds of many Mohave County residents, and several of them asked U.S. Rep. Trent Franks Saturday if Congress planned to investigate the matter and if it could force President Barack Obama to produce his birth certificate...

Federation for American Immigration Reform     
Obama denies existence of health care loophole for illegals   
Last Thursday, President Obama appeared on the Michael Smerconish radio show and stated that none of the health care bills in Washington D.C. would give illegal aliens taxpayer-funded health care. (Politics Daily, August 20, 2009). The truth is that the House health reform bill (H.R. 3200) will allow illegal aliens to access taxpayer-funded health insurance benefits.

Patrick J. Buchanan -- VDare.com     
Fatal flaw of democracies   
"We just can't afford it!" -- Not long ago, every America child heard that, at one time or another, in the home in which he or she was raised. -- "We just can't afford it!" It may have been a new car, or two weeks at the beach, or the new flat-panel TV screen...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
Glenn Spencer flies American Border Patrol's new Challenger II ultralight along the border early this morning. Spencer says the Challenger can be operated at a small fraction of the cost of ABP's TU-206...

Obama vacations where the elite meet   
As the health care debate rages on, President Barack Obama will begin a weeklong vacation Sunday in Martha's Vineyard, an enclave of liberal royalty far from middle America, where his approval numbers are starting to stall...

Mid-Hudson News Network -- Poughkeepsie, NY     
Migrant worker charged with raping woman on country road   
Stuyvesant, NY -- State Police at Livingston have arrested a migrant worker who frequented a horse farm for allegedly abducting and raping a woman as she took an early morning walk on Eichybush Road in the Town of Stuyvesant. -- Manuel DeJesus Mauricio Ramirez, 29, a Guatemalan national, was charged with rape in the first degree... [More "family values"]

KING-TV -- Seattle        
Agents test out new 75 mph interceptor boats   
Bellingham, Wash. -- At first the engines gently purr. Then the driver opens up the throttle. Within a couple seconds, we're zipping along at more than 70 miles an hour. -- Impressed? -- Maybe I should mention we're not on the road, but riding in a boat on Bellingham Bay...

Contra Costa Times -- Walnut Creek, Calif.     
"White anger" fueling health care debate   
With the civic dialogue aflame with such phrases as "death panels" and "the blood of tyrants," conversations with voters suggest that more is brewing in the nation's troubled soul than a debate over the mechanics of health care reform. Many say the tempest over health care has its origin in the new administration's breathtaking pace of change...

Lynn Stuter -- NewsWithViews.com     
A nation deceived   
Recently, World Net Daily published an article about Also Known As (AKA) Obama's MySpace.com Web page. On that page, Obama's age is listed as 52. -- Why is this relevant? -- Well, first of all, when was Obama really born? Was he born in 1961 as the pictures of the Certification of Live Birth (COLB) published by pro-AKA websites claim? Or was he born earlier or even later?

Voice of America     
Castro claims Obama critics are racist   
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro is accusing detractors of U.S. President Barack Obama of racism. -- In an essay on state-run Web site cubadebate.com Monday, Mr. Castro said the "extreme right hates" Mr. Obama for being African-American and will do "everything possible" to block his agenda...

National Journal     
Hispanics a tough sell on Obamacare   
As one of the least likely demographic groups to have insurance, Hispanics might be expected to have high hopes for the current reform efforts. Yet, more than any major demographic except Republicans, they expect an overhaul to worsen their situation...

Congressman eyes lawsuit over president's eligibility   
U.S. Rep. Trent Franks, R-Arizona, told a townhall meeting in Kingman yesterday he is considering a lawsuit to establish Barack Obama's eligibility for the presidency. -- Franks said there is conflicting evidence on the question of Obama's status as a "natural born citizen."

Warner Todd Huston -- Publius Forum     
By his own statistics, Obama wants illegals covered by Obamacare   
In a July interview with Katie Couric, President Obama was asked if "his" plan would cover illegal aliens. He responded with a simple "no." -- To be sure there is language in House bill 3200 that says illegals aren't covered...

Ken Garcia -- The Examiner     
Even this sanctuary policy won't fly in San Francisco   
Based on the events of the past week, I think it’s fair to say that the Board of Supervisors has earned a new name for its stately chambers: The outer limits. -- That would accurately characterize the desire of several supervisors to push the limits of sound and reasonable policy, to boldly go where no public body has gone before... [See Frisco Watch and Sanctuary Watch]

Terrence P. Jeffrey -- CNS News   
Obama's spending schemes will nearly double the national debt   
In news leaked late Friday to the Reuters news agency, the White House conceded that the national debt will increase by $9 trillion over the next ten years, nearly doubling a national debt that now stands at $11.67 trillion. -- Until now, the White House had been estimating that the national debt would increase by $7.108 trillion... [See Obama Watch]

Eagle Forum     
Town Hall Meetings: Keep an eye on your representatives   
Register for Eagle Forum Town Hall meeting alerts so you will always know when your Congressman and Senators are holding an event.

Boston Herald     
Porkulus Boondoggle: Cash for convicts?   
Federal economic stimulus cash was handed out to cons behind bars in Bay State prisons after a bureaucratic snafu resulted in $250 checks being sent to some inmates - and now red-faced feds want it back. -- "Taxpayers already believe the inmates are running the asylum in Washington," U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) said in a statement. "Now it appears they are being compensated for their efforts."

Laurel (Miss.) Leader-Call     
Usual suspects plan vigil to commemorate immigration raid   
[Illegal alien] rights advocates from across the state will hold a prayer vigil from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Park Pavilion at Laurel’s Cameron Center to commemorate the first anniversary of the raid on Howard Industries. -- Nearly 600 workers at Howard Industries’ transformer plant were detained on Aug. 25 when dozens of ICE agents raided the facility...

Associated Press    
Attack on Obama riles Beck's advertisers   
Glenn Beck returns to Fox News Channel on Monday after a vacation with fewer companies willing to advertise on his show than when he left, part of the fallout from calling President Barack Obama a racist. -- A total of 33 Fox advertisers, including Wal-Mart Stores Inc., CVS Caremark, Clorox and Sprint, directed that their commercials not air on Beck's show... [Related item]

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas     
Judge orders Fed to disclose who received bailout trillions   
A New York District Judge has ordered the Federal Reserve to disclose the destination of around $2 trillion dollars in bailout funds after the Fed failed to convince the Judge that the records should be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act...

Michelle Malkin     
Obama's science czar is a wackjob. So sue me.   
Last month, I reported on how the Obama science czar's office stonewalled my questions about John Holdren and his warm relationship with intellectual mentor and colleague Harrison Brown, a leading eugenics enthusiast who referred to the world population as a "pulsating mass of maggots."

Denver Daily News     
Obama makes gains with open-borders zealots   
Despite President Obama putting immigration reform on the back burner, local [illegal alien] rights advocates still have love for the chief executive. -- The president made gains with immigrant rights groups when he unexpectedly dropped by a White House meeting last week attended by more than 100 immigration reform advocates...

Michelle Malkin     
SEIU Watch: Who's hiding behind the union bosses now?   
When you can't stand the heat, surround yourselves with Purple Shirts. -- The latest congressional fugitive to take sanctuary at a union office is Pennsylvania Democrat Rep. Chaka Fattah. Via PA Water Cooler and Panzramic....

Associated Press    
Here's Your Change: White House projects bigger deficits, bigger debt   
The federal government faces exploding deficits and mounting debt over the next decade, White House officials predicted Tuesday in a fiscal assessment far bleaker than what the Obama administration had estimated just a few months ago... [See Obama Watch]

Matthew Vadum -- American Spectator     
Obama's plan to desecrate 9/11   
The Obama White House is behind a cynical, coldly calculated political effort to erase the meaning of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks from the American psyche and convert Sept. 11 into a day of leftist celebration and statist idolatry. -- This effort to reshape the American psyche has nothing to do with healing the nation and everything to do with easing the nation along in the ongoing radical transformation of America...

Bob Barr -- Atlanta Journal Constitution    
Once-proud civil rights group (the discredited SPLC) sinks low   
Whether one agrees or disagrees with the actions of the National Organization for Women (NOW), at least when it was formed in 1966 its mission was lofty: securing “political, professional, and educational equality for women.” -- Forty-three years later, NOW has diminished to a caricature of its former self — issuing ridiculous news releases...

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