Saturday, January 24, 2015
Friday, January 23, 2015
23-Year-Old NEISD Teacher Caught in Fogged-Up Car with 15-Year-Old, Arrested, Charged with Sexual Relationship with Student
Was she a BMW? A/K/A Big Mexican Woman?
The officer looked inside and saw Gonzalez straddling another figure in the passenger seat, the affidavit said. (SAEN).
“Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” and “Black Lives Matter!” So Announced to the Families of His Victims Black Monster Who Committed Racially Motivated Torture-Murder of 2 Whites; One Victim’s Mother “Forgives” Him
Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
Thanks to Prince George’s County Ex-Pat.
Detroit man who murdered two white teens declares ‘black lives matter’ during sentencing
By Jessica Chasmar
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The Washington Times
A black man who was found guilty of murdering two white teenagers execution-style in a vacant Detroit field defiantly declared “black lives matter” Wednesday before being sentenced to life in prison.
Fredrick Young and Felando Hunter were sentenced Wednesday to life in prison without parole for robbing, torturing and murdering Jourdan Bobbish and Jacob Kudla, who had met up with them in July 2012 to buy drugs, a local Fox affiliate reported.
Young shocked the courtroom when he was given the chance to address the victims’ families, but instead apologized to the families of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
“I’d like to say sorry to the families of Aiyanna Jones, Michael Brown, Eric Garner,” he said. “And I want to apologize to them for not being able to get justice for their loved ones who was murdered in cold blood.
“And in respect for the peaceful protest, I want to say ‘hands up don’t shoot,’” he said, raising his hands in the air. “Black lives matter — that’s it your honor.”
Despite Young’s message, Jourdon Bobbish’s mother, Carrie Bobbish, spoke of forgiveness during her impact statement, the Fox affiliate reported.
“In the end — knowing who Jourdan was, I believe he would want me to offer forgiveness,” she told the court. “Although I know I may struggle with that endeavor for the rest of my life, it would be what Jourdan would want.
“On behalf of Jourdan and myself, I will pray for forgiveness for both of you,” she said to her son’s killers.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Groundhog Day in Houston: Attempted Robbery and Carjacking of Well-Known Local Rapper Backfired, Leaving One Attacker Dead, and the Other in Jail
The "urban" version of Groundhog Day.
At the Houston Chronicle.
Texas: Another Happy Ending in Dallas, as an Armed Robbery Goes Horribly Wrong (or Wonderfully Right)!
The Red Bird area of southwest Dallas is known as "Black Bird" by the locals.
You figure out why.
Tulsa: Yet Another Black-on-White Hate Crime Murder; Gang-Banger Convict Matthew Hannah, 26, Confesses to Murdering Parkinson’s Patient Gerald Hail, 70
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police say the suspect in the death of an elderly Inola man confessed to killing him. Gerald Hail, 70, was found dead in a motel room hours after the Rogers County Sheriff's Office had issued a Silver Alert for him. Police said a maid at the Super 8 Motel in the 3200 block of South 79th East Avenue couldn't open a door to a room and when police entered, they found Hail's body next to the door. The state Medical Examiner's Office ruled Hail's death a homicide from multiple gunshot wounds. After reviewing motel surveillance video, detectives identified Matthew Hannah, 26, as a suspect in Hail's death. A short time later he was seen leaving a home in the 6200 block of East Marshall and taken into custody. Police said a woman with Hannah told them Matthew had admitted to her he had killed a man at the motel. When questioned, police said Hannah confessed to shooting Hail. Matthew Hannah was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of first-degree murder and having a firearm after a felony conviction. He is being held without bond. The information in this news story was provided by law enforcement with the request News On 6 inform the public of, and/or assist in locating a person in connection with, a police investigation. News On 6 is cooperating with authorities by informing, and/or seeking the assistance of, the public in this investigation. The information and the photographs or video in this news story were provided by law enforcement and News On 6 can make no independent verification of the accuracy of the information provided to it in this request by police or other law enforcement agencies. Previously, at WEJB/NSU: On the Tulsa Hate Crime Double Murder of Carissa Horton and Ethan Nichols “Videos on Tulsa Hate Crime Murder of White Couple Carissa Horton, 18, and Ethan Nichols, 21, by ‘Remorseless’ Blacks Darren Price and Jerard Davis, Including Crime Scene Interview with Price Posing as a Passerby!”; On the Tulsa Hate Crime Double Murder of Bob and Nancy Strait
Confessed war criminal Matthew Hannah, 26
Tulsa Police: Man Confesses to Shooting, Killing Inola Man
Jan 22, 2015 8:33 A.M. EST
Updated: Jan 22, 2015 9:52 A.M. EST
TULSA, Oklahoma -
Tulsa Police say the suspect in the death of an elderly Inola man confessed to killing him. Gerald Hail, 70, was found dead in a motel room hours after the Rogers County Sheriff's Office had issued a Silver Alert for him.
Police said a maid at the Super 8 Motel in the 3200 block of South 79th East Avenue couldn't open a door to a room and when police entered, they found Hail's body next to the door. The state Medical Examiner's Office ruled Hail's death a homicide from multiple gunshot wounds. After reviewing motel surveillance video, detectives identified Matthew Hannah, 26, as a suspect in Hail's death. A short time later he was seen leaving a home in the 6200 block of East Marshall and taken into custody.
Police said a woman with Hannah told them Matthew had admitted to her he had killed a man at the motel. When questioned, police said Hannah confessed to shooting Hail.
Matthew Hannah was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of first-degree murder and having a firearm after a felony conviction. He is being held without bond.
The information in this news story was provided by law enforcement with the request News On 6 inform the public of, and/or assist in locating a person in connection with, a police investigation. News On 6 is cooperating with authorities by informing, and/or seeking the assistance of, the public in this investigation. The information and the photographs or video in this news story were provided by law enforcement and News On 6 can make no independent verification of the accuracy of the information provided to it in this request by police or other law enforcement agencies.
Previously, at WEJB/NSU:
On the Tulsa Hate Crime Double Murder of Carissa Horton and Ethan Nichols
“Videos on Tulsa Hate Crime Murder of White Couple Carissa Horton, 18, and Ethan Nichols, 21, by ‘Remorseless’ Blacks Darren Price and Jerard Davis, Including Crime Scene Interview with Price Posing as a Passerby!”;
On the Tulsa Hate Crime Double Murder of Bob and Nancy Strait
“Tulsa: Murderous, Racist Attack on Nancy and Bob Strait: Help Bob Strait! Demand That Mayor Bartlett Devote the Necessary Resources to Find 4 Killers Still at Large; and 101st Airborne Division Association 101st Assn. asking for help for D-Day veteran”;
Milwaukee: “God’s wrath is on white America”; Black Supremacist Derrick Brown Allegedly Kidnapped and Attempted to Rape White Woman, and When She Resisted, Beat Her Half to Death
Accused in Riverwest attempted sexual assault, angry outbursts from Derrick Brown in court
Posted 10:45 am, January 21, 2015, by Myra Sanchick, Updated at 05:21pm, January 21, 2015
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — 32-year-old Derrick Brown made his initial appearance in a Milwaukee County courtroom on Wednesday, January 21st. He’s facing criminal charges in connection with an attempted sexual assault that occurred in December in the Riverwest neighborhood.
Brown is specifically charged with attempted first-degree sexual assault (use of a dangerous weapon) and kidnapping.
“He also has a significant criminal history, including a battery conviction in 2000, a battery conviction in 2001, an armed robbery with threat of force conviction in 2002,” the prosecutor said.
And the list of convictions went on. Brown stared at FOX6’s camera without blinking as his lawyer told the judge Brown is competent and understands the charges filed against him.
In court Wednesday, the judge ordered Brown be held on $100,000 cash bond, and ordered that Brown have no contact with the victim. A preliminary hearing date was set for Thursday, January 29th. As Brown entered and just before he left the courtroom, Brown shouted, “God’s wrath is on white America.”
The charges against Brown stem from an incident that occurred on Friday, December 12th on North Bremen Street — near the Snail’s Crossing park. The victim told police she was walking down the street — headed for a food store on December 12th when a man approached her — grabbing her arm, saying “Hey, hey.” Police say the victim told them the man had a gun, and he pointed it at the left side of her head, saying, “Just be quiet. I have a gun. You need to come with me.”
The criminal complaint says the two continued to walk, with the victim telling the man she didn’t have anything — believing he was attempting to rob her. The man said, “Yes, yes you do. You need to come over here and take your pants off,” police said. Realizing the man was planning to rape her, the woman said: “No. Please don’t do this.”
The complaint says at one point, the victim tried pulling away from the man, but she was unable to get away. She then started to yell for help, and the man said “Shut up. Don’t do it,” according to police. That’s when the victim says the man started hitting her several times on the back of her head with the gun, and she fell to the ground. She was then struck in the face. The victim told police the suspect said: “Shut up. Do you want to get shot?”
The victim then heard another man in the area say, “What is going on?” and the suspect fled. The victim ran to a nearby home, and police were called. The victim was taken to the hospital.
The victim posted to social media a defiant photo showing her in the hospital with injuries, with the caption: “Guess who didn’t get raped last night?” She gave FOX6 News permission to use the photo. It appears Brown saw that photo on TV. That victim suffered extensive damage to her teeth, fractured cheek bones, cuts to her lip and four scalp lacerations that took 17 staples — from being hit with the gun before she screamed and ran for help.
Near the scene of the crime, police recovered a slide piece stuck in metal fencing — part of a replica gun. That slide appeared to have blood on it — and it was sent to State Crime Laboratory for testing. DNA recovered from that slide was determined to be that of Derrick Brown.
Brown was found in a home near 48th and Clarke on January 16th. Police say he jumped from a window and ran from officers, but was arrested after being chased and bitten by a Milwaukee Police K9.
Brown’s aunt, Patricia Davis says her nephew told her if he was caught for what he did he would be in big trouble. Davis says she tried to talk Brown into turning himself in.
“What made him do that that night, I have no idea why Derrick did that, and I’m sorry he did that and I’m sorry he did that to the lady and I’m glad she’s okay. He got to pay for what he did. I’m in a wheelchair and he really cared about me. I don’t know why he did what he did,” Davis said.
- CHARGED: 32-year-old Derrick Brown, in connection with December sexual assault in Riverwest
- “They’ve taken back the park:” Sexual assault arrest has Riverwest neighborhood breathing easier
- DNA helps police identify actual suspect in attempted sexual assault case
- Police: Arrest made in attempted sexual assault case on Milwaukee’s north side
- Milwaukee police on the hunt for sexual assault suspect
I hadn’t planned on posting the 190-word comment below, or the publicist-ghosted content (which we’re supposed to believe was written by Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate) it responds to. I had sought to post the comment to a site called Medium.com, where I read the PR content, but after spending several minutes registering at the site, and writing, re-rewriting, and unsuccessfully trying to post my comment there, I got aggravated, and decided to post the whole megilla here.
(I’ve since tried repeatedly without success to read other comments at the site, which claims that hundreds of other readers have recommended it.)
When I wrote and sought to post my comment, I’d never heard of Medium, which is heavy on style, at the expense of substance, i.e., provides moron fodder, just what the Web needs more of. However, this is moron fodder produced by professional morons, under the guise of having been written by civilians (e.g., NFL players), for civilian morons.
My Comment to Golden Tate:
Although I use social media, I see very little positive coming from it. 140 characters are too few to do any good, but more than enough to cause irreparable damage to someone’s reputation.
As for Golden Tate’s publicist’s essay, I think it opens weakly, but gathers strength. “You don’t know me” comes off as narcissistic. In fact, I don’t know Tate, but I have never claimed to. All I know is that he is a superlatively gifted athlete who plays hard, and I’m content with that. Or I was.
Now, unfortunately, I know about vicious rumors I’d never heard of. Apparently, I was the last to know!
I wish I could tell Tate to just ignore what rumormongers say about him, but that’s impossible. If you don’t deny or attack smears, people will assume they’re true.
And what his publicist said about pro sports being a business is absolutely true.
Oh, well. All I can do is wish you and yours the best, Mr. Tate, except, that is, for when you play New York teams, and hope that your body holds up for many more golden seasons.
Written in response to You Better Check Yourselves, Players
You don’t know me.
Sure, by watching the NFL and playing fantasy football, you are aware of me as No. 15 on the Detroit Lions. You saw me win a Super Bowl last season with the Seattle Seahawks. You comment on my on-field celebrations and my perceived brashness. You frame what you think of me based on that, and how I perform, and what’s said and written about me by newspapers and magazines and blogs and talking heads.
But you don’t know me, Golden Tate, the person. What I’m all about. You don’t know how much I care about my relationships with the fans and city in which I play.
And that’s what I want to talk about, because in a world of 24/7 media that varies wildly in terms of credibility, you shouldn’t always believe what you see or read. What is said about a player can have a huge impact on him, his family, and his place in the community — especially if it’s not true.
I loved playing in Seattle, and to this day, I have a lot of affection for the city and the vast majority of the fans that make up the Seahawks’ incredibly passionate fanbase. I also have a good relationship with many former teammates and the coaches and ownership there. Understandably, some fans turned on me last spring when I chose to leave in free agency after the team won its first-ever championship, after previously saying I would consider taking a “hometown discount” to remain. That scenario was definitely on the table, but at the end of the day, the offer from Detroit made a lot of sense for me and my family.
I am not unique in this respect. Each and every season, in all professional sports, players must carefully weigh their options. The choices we make as free agents can be life-altering, and many of us don’t get more than one opportunity like that.
For me, joining the Lions meant playing alongside Calvin Johnson — who I believe to be the best wide receiver in the league — and with a quarterback in Matthew Stafford who can throw with the best of them. Just as important to me, though, was the opportunity to help build something great in Detroit, a proud city that seen more than its share of tough times in recent years. Not only is this a new era for Lions football, but it’s also hopefully the beginning of brighter days for the community, too. Despite the heartbreaking playoff loss in Dallas, we’re building something really good.
Yes, money matters — football is not forever, and athletes (rightfully) want to maximize their earnings in order to provide our families with security and opportunity — but there was a lot more to my decision. Playing in a market where the fans are very passionate and supportive was extremely important to me, especially because I think it’s important to have an impact in the community beyond just catching passes and scoring TDs.
Me and my girlfriend Elise at the ESPYs. (AP)
Of course, things can never be that simple — multiple rumors circulated about my departure from Seattle — and not all fans seem to understand that football, in the end, is a business. After my four-year contract was completed, I signed a new deal with a new team, a process that plays itself across the league each and every season.
Unfortunately, I have since been harassed on social media over a multitude of reasons about whyI left, none of which are true. It was profoundly disappointing, not only that these “fans” were circulating rumors about me, but more so how my reputation became tarnished in the process.
I did not have an affair with Russell Wilson’s wife, nor did I have anything to do with his divorce. That is laughable for anyone who knows us. His ex-wife, Ashton, is still best friends with my girlfriend. Russell and I were good friends when I was in Seattle, on and off the field — he knows the rumors about me were unfounded, damaging to my reputation, and an attack on my that rumor was just plain irresponsible.
There was also a social media frenzy concerning me and Percy Harvin. To set the record straight, I was not punched by Percy during Super Bowl week last year, nor did I have a black eye, as was speculated on by various Internet reports. I even saw a photo of my face that was photoshopped with a mark on it! Percy and I did have a confrontation, yes, but no punches were thrown, and it certainly never rose to the level that was erroneously reported by certain outlets. I highly respect his level of play. He’s one of the best in the game!
The false rumors about me served to open my eyes and sensitize me to what I read or hear in the media. Imagine, for a moment, walking in my shoes — having malicious and damaging accusations flying fast and furious, only you had no way of stemming the tide; no one person to call out and demand a retraction and an apology from. Now, imagine yourself squarely in the public eye, facing thousands of people lambasting you for something you didn’t say or do.
DeAngelo Williams was right. In the Internet era, stories like these live on — in search engines, in archives, and in the minds of fans watching the game. They will never fully go away, regardless of how I address them and how others debunk them. I actually learned something through all of this, it’s my Golden Rule, so to speak: “Treat others as you would like to be treated — especially on social media.”
Situations like this can and do change a person, and the way they choose to interact with the public. I know it has for me. I don’t tweet or Instagram as much as I used to. I do still read my mentions, and every day there’s a couple of people throwing salt my way, but anyone who actually knows me knows that what I say is usually joking around. I’m a big goofball. Some think the way I play the game is wrong, but that’s just me. I like to have fun, both on the field and in my interactions with fans — but there’s never any malicious intent.
I’ve learned not to take these social media interactions as seriously anymore. If something makes me mad, I just realize it stems for ignorance or hate. Sure, people in the public eye are often misunderstood, and fans can only judge me based on what they see between the white lines, but I have 100 percent confidence that those who deride me would feel differently if they knew what I stood for, if they knew about my faith in Christ, and my dedication to making a difference in the community.
This is exactly why I wish the media told more positive stories about NFL players. [Garbage. The MSM kill themselves, conjuring up positive stories about black NFL players.] I know “scandal sells,” but there are a lot of really good guys in our league who do a lot for their cities and their communities. Sadly, those efforts get far less attention than when something goes wrong for one of their teammates.
It would be foolish of me not acknowledge that well-paid professional athletes, celebrities and other public figures must accept the bad that comes along with the good, but facing viral stories about you that aren’t true is no easy task. When those who don’t even know you, judge you based solely on what they’ve “heard,” it creates a bad environment for the player and those close to him.
None of this is to suggest that the majority of players do not care about their relationship with their fans. I know I do. I’m so grateful for the support I received from the 12s during my time in Seattle, and I have loved getting to know the Lions’ faithful in my first season in Detroit. I have four more years left on my current contract, and I’m looking forward to making an even bigger impact in Detroit — both on and off the field.
Hopefully, this essay will serve as a way for you to get to know me — the realme — a little bit better. Maybe it will encourage you, the next time you want to write or tweet or yell something at an athlete you don’t really know, to stop and consider the impact of your words. And maybe, just maybe, I will re-engage over social media to help that along.
If it’s coming directly from me, you can be certain it will accurately reflect who I am.
[But it’s not coming directly from Tate!]
Nixongate! Why was the National Guard Kept Out of Ferguson, Before the Second Round of Racist Black Riots? Now We Have a Smoking Gun Answer! Mayor James Knowles Desperately Pleaded for Help, but Gov. Jay Nixon Ignored Him, While Calling Obama Consigliere Valerie Jarrett Twice!
By Nicholas Stix
We're talking criminal and civil liability on the part of Gov. Jay Nixon and the state of Missouri, and a possible criminal conspiracy reaching all the way to the White House--so what else is new?
Read the rest at Bloomberg.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Is Law Optional?
By Thomas Sowell
Published December 2, 2014
Jewish World Review
The fiasco of "Rolling Stone" magazine's apology for an unsubstantiated claim of gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house — and the instant rush to judgment of the university administration in shutting down all fraternities, when those charges were made — should warn us about the dangers of having serious legal issues dealt with by institutions with no qualifications for that role.
Rape is a crime. It belongs in a criminal justice courtroom. And those found guilty belong behind bars for a long time.
What could possibly have led anyone to believe that college professors or campus administrators should be the ones making decisions about charges of criminal acts that can ruin the lives of the accuser or the accused?
Many years ago, the late William F. Buckley said that he would rather be ruled by people with the first hundred names in the Boston phone book than by a hundred Harvard professors. Having spent more than half a century on academic campuses across the country, I would likewise rather have my fate decided by a hundred Americans chosen at random than by a hundred academics.
Have we forgotten the charges of gang rape against members of the Duke lacrosse team in 2006 — and how quickly the lynch mob mentality swept across the campus, before there was a speck of evidence to indicate whether the young men were either guilty or innocent?
Do we want people punished, based on other people's preconceptions, rather than on the facts of the individual case? Apparently there are ranting mobs who do, and many in the media who give them a platform for spouting off, in exchange for the mobs' providing them with footage that can attract an audience.
The law is not the place for amateurs. We do not need legal issues to be determined by academics, the media or mobs in the streets.
Every society has orders and rules, but not every society has the rule of law — "a government of laws and not of men." Nor was it easy to achieve even an approximation of the rule of law. It took centuries of struggle — and lives risked and sacrificed — to achieve it in those countries which have some approximation of it today.
To just throw all of that overboard because of mobs, the media or racial demagoguery is staggering.
A generation that jumps to conclusions on the basis of its own emotions, or succumbs to the passions or rhetoric of others, deserves to lose the freedom that depends on the rule of law. Unfortunately, what they say and what they do can lose everyone's freedom, including the freedom of generations yet unborn.
If grand juries are supposed to vote on the basis of what mobs want, instead of on the basis of the evidence that they see — and which the mob doesn't even want to see — then we forfeit the rule of law and our freedom that depends on it.
If people who are told that they are under arrest, and who refuse to come with the police, cannot be forcibly taken into custody, then we do not have the rule of law, when the law itself is downgraded to suggestions that no one has the power to enforce.
For people who have never tried to take into custody someone resisting arrest, to sit back in the safety and comfort of their homes or offices and second-guess people who face the dangers inherent in that process — dangers for both the police and the person under arrest — is yet another example of the irresponsible self-indulgences of our time.
Force cannot be measured out by the teaspoon, and there are going to be incalculable risks every time force is resorted to, because no one can predict what is going to happen in the next moment. Anyone involved can end up in the hospital or the morgue. Let the responsibility lie with whoever forces a resort to force.
When it comes to dealing with mobs, the idea that the police should not show up in riot gear, or with anti-riot equipment that looks menacing or "military" — lest this "inflame" the mob — is an idea that might have seemed plausible to some in 1960. But we have had more than half a century of experience to the contrary since then.
The "kinder and gentler" approach was used in Detroit during its 1967 ghetto riots. More people died in those riots than in any other 1960s riots, the great majority of the dead being black.
My good friend Mark Potok of the $PLC does not believe that black lives matter
By Nicholas Stix
The State of the Union: Obama is Caught for the Second Time Using the Same Democratic Party Political Operative to Play ‘an Ordinary American Whose Life was Improved by His Economic Policy’ (SOTU/FUBAR)
Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
Woman Showcased by Obama in SOTU is a Former Democratic Campaign Staffer
Woman apparently the only economic success story in Obama's America
By Brent Scher
January 21, 2015 12:07 p.m.
The Washington Free Beacon
The woman whose story of economic recovery was showcased by President Barack Obama in his State of the Union address is a former Democratic campaign staffer and has been used by Obama for political events in the past.
Rebekah Erler has been presented by the White House as a woman who was discovered by the president after she wrote to him last March about her economic hardships. She was showcased in the speech as proof that middle class Americans are coming forward to say that Obama’s policies are working.
Unmentioned in the White House bio of Erler is that she is a former Democratic campaign operative, working as a field organizer for Sen. Patty Murray (D., Wash.).
This also wasn’t the first time the White House used the former Democratic campaign staffer as a political prop. Obama spent a “day in the life” of Erler in June so that he could have “an opportunity to communicate directly with the people he’s working for every day.”
Reuters revealed Erler’s Democratic affiliations following that June event, and the Minnesota Republican Party attacked Obama for being “so out of touch with reality that he thinks a former Democrat campaign staffer speaks for every Minnesotan.”
Obama used Erler as an example that the economy is getting better. Here is the part of Obama’s speech regarding Erler. Her political work goes unmentioned:
Seven years ago, Rebekah and Ben Erler of Minneapolis were newlyweds. She waited tables. He worked construction. Their first child, Jack, was on the way.
They were young and in love in America, and it doesn’t get much better than that.
“If only we had known,” Rebekah wrote to me last spring, “what was about to happen to the housing and construction market.”
As the crisis worsened, Ben’s business dried up, so he took what jobs he could find, even if they kept him on the road for long stretches of time. [“Ben’s business”?—it sounds like Ben was a businessman, rather than an ordinary working stiff.] Rebekah took out student loans, enrolled in community college, and retrained for a new career. They sacrificed for each other. And slowly, it paid off. They bought their first home. They had a second son, Henry. Rebekah got a better job, and then a raise. Ben is back in construction – and home for dinner every night.
“It is amazing,” Rebekah wrote, “what you can bounce back from when you have to…we are a strong, tight-knit family who has made it through some very, very hard times.”
America, Rebekah and Ben’s story is our story. They represent the millions who have worked hard, and scrimped, and sacrificed, and retooled. You are the reason I ran for this office. You’re the people I was thinking of six years ago today, in the darkest months of the crisis, when I stood on the steps of this Capitol and promised we would rebuild our economy on a new foundation. And it’s been your effort and resilience that has made it possible for our country to emerge stronger.
Brent Scher is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon. He graduated from the University of Virginia in 2011, where he studied foreign affairs and politics.
10. Meryl Streep in Alan J. Pakula’s Sophie’s Choice (1982)
9. Katharine Hepburn in George Cukor’s The Philadelphia Story (1940)
7. (Tie) Gloria Swanson in Billy Wilder’s Sunset Boulevard (tie) (1950)
7. (Tie) Bette Davis in Herman J. Mankiewicz’ All About Eve (tie) (1950)
6. Kim Novak in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958)
5. Giuletta Masina in Federico Fellini’s La Strada (1954)
4. Vivien Leigh in Victor Fleming’s Gone with the Wind (1939)
3. Vivien Leigh in Elia Kazan’s A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
2. Meryl Streep in Clint Eastwood’s The Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1. Katharine Hepburn in David Lean’s Summertime (1955)
“Straight A student,” said a friend of mine about his only son's high school grades.
His son graduated Hebron High School in suburban Dallas. Was accepted to Texas A&M, but couldn't get in as a freshman. Too many affirmative action kids from the ‘hood and barrio got accepted instead due to the so-called Top Ten Percent law signed into law by Governor George Bush. So, his son went to Baylor University at a cost of nearly $30,000 per year! Thankfully, grants and scholarships enabled my friend to knock his son's tuition down to about $5,000 per year. Nonetheless his son didn't attend A&M.
Oh yeah, his daughter was raped and impregnated by an illegal alien. She was 16 at the time and working at Whataburger. This was about 10 years ago.
The assistant manager of Whataburger was in the U.S. illegally. He was an adult, and slept with my friend's daughter. She got pregnant. The manager fled the U.S. The daughter didn't keep the child.
My friend has been screwed over twice by the elites.
Imagine how many millions of others have been screwed over.
George Bush could have eliminated affirmative action.
He chose not to.
George Bush could have and should have sealed the country's borders the afternoon of 9/11/2001.
He chose not to.
Why should my Anglo Saxon buddy ever vote Republican?
Congressional Black Supremacists Sheila Jackson Lee and John Lewis Continue Promoting NAACP Bombing Hoax
By Nicholas Stix
John Lewis: “Just reminds me of another period in our history.”
“Referencing the numerous Republican attempts to repeal Obamacare over the last several years, Lewis said: ‘Just reminds me of another period in our history. Not so long ago during the 50s, many Southern senators signed a Southern Manifesto after the Supreme Court decision of 1954.’”
October 29, 2013
Lewis, in support of the NAACP Hoax: “It reminds me of another period. These stories cannot be swept under the rug.”
January 6 or 7, 2015
In March 2010, Georgia Cong. John Lewis (ZANU-PF) engineered a race hoax, in collaboration with Indiana Rep. Andre Carson (ZANU-PF) and Newsday “reporter” William Douglas, asserting that a crowd of Tea Party activists called the congressmen “nigger” and that one member of the crowd spat on Cong. Carson.
The three men are all racist blacks.
I saw a video of the two congressmen walking through the crowd, and no incident of any sort occurred, and the congressmen did not react to anything.
Crowd members denied seeing anything, either. The hoaxers may respond that the crowd members covered for each other, and that’s certainly the way blacks act, but whites aren’t like that.
At the time, Andrew Breitbart offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who could provide proof that the “racist incidents” had occurred. No one ever came forward, for claim the reward.
Leftists, including alleged reporters, always tell us that Lewis is “a civil rights legend,” as if that gave him an unchallengeable moral authority, such that we have to accept every wild charge he makes without asking for proof. Beyond the dubious issue of whether we should grant anyone such moral authority, when I hear that someone is “a civil rights legend,” I reach for my pistol with one hand, and for my wallet with the other. The so-called “civil rights movement,” as Thurgood Marshall would later brag, was nothing but black supremacism on horseback.
As far as I can see, the entire basis for John Lewis’s moral authority is that he got beat up a couple of times while marching for black supremacism. I’ve probably been beaten 100 times as often as he was, and he was beaten for spearheading racist supremacism, hardly a noble goal. Thus, Lewis was always evil, and his support for the NAACP race hoax is simply a continuation of a lifetime of vicious, racist political agitation.
“The ‘NAACP Bombing’ … or the Barbershop Bang?’” (VDARE)
A Billboard for the Movie American Sniper was Pulled Down in the Sawtelle Neighborhood of West Los Angeles After Someone Sprayed “Murder” on It Over the Weekend
West Hollywood: homosexual ghetto notorious for the "lynching" of Sarah Palin one Halloween years ago.
I am not a fan of Sarah. Don't dislike her, just think she was used as a patsy by the Neocons and War Party when she ran together with John McCain.
But I digress.
The real issue here is the unbridled hate the Left holds towards the historic American nation.
That's why the billboard was vandalized.
Nobel Peace (sic) Prize winner Barack Obama has killed far more with his drone attacks than Chris Kyle could have accomplished in 100 lifetimes.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
By Nicholas Stix
Thanks to reader-researcher “W” for the heads-up.
Actually, Poe’s birthday is January 19th. I apologize for my tardiness. See, there are great Americans whose birthdays we ought to be celebrating, instead of devils whose very names—real and fake—are cautionary tales.
Download all of Edgar Allan Poe’s works at Open Culture!
Caveat emptor: This site is new to me, and while it looks great, I cannot vouch for its safety.
By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat