First a group in Seattle terrorized a children’s choir who were trying to sing at a tree lighting. The kids were up on the balcony when the protestors took it over. They kids were terrified and had to be rushed off to a corner. Most of them were crying. A reporter at the scene had this to say:
Children here at Westlake to perform holiday music onstage absolutely terrified as protesters surround them on stage. #ferguson
There were kids in that Ferris wheel while these nuts walked around screaming. I’ll be honest, they are lucky I wasn’t there, or God help me I might be in jail tonight.
I get that they want to protest, I even understand that they are upset about Tamir Rice & others who don’t have Christmas this year…. but dammit, leave the kids alone! There is no reason to terrorize kids to get your message across. NONE of this helps their cause. None. I’d say one day someone is going to die at one of these protests, but it’s already happened.
I said when Ferguson first blew up that this was about reminding black people who they should be voting for. Obama is losing the African-American demo because of his lack of any action to better the lives of that group, & because the Democrats have gotten bold about what they stand for in the last 6 years.
Now I have proof. Here in Maryland, and in other races across the US, Democrat candidates are using Ferguson to target black voters and remind them who their vote belongs to. In Maryland, we have a candidate who has taken to targeting black voters, and telling them to vote for him for no other reason than the fact that he is a black man. That right there — vote for me because I’m the right skin color — is racist.
At yesterday’s Easter Egg Roll at the White House, President Obama’s staff had a very special treat for the kids: a basketball clinic featuring NBA players. And there was a second special treat for the children: the basketball itself featured the stern mug of one Barack Obama, as tweeted by ABC News’ Jake Tapper. As Keith Koffler points out at White House Dossier, “Apparently, the basketball lesson doesn’t include instruction in humility.”
Two members of the Harakat-ul-Jihad-i-Islami Bangladesh terror group were captured last year illegally crossing into the United States from Mexico. One of the Islamic radicals posted bail and then went missing.
One day after Brietbart held a press conference at CPAC to announce the release of damning evidence in the Pigford scandal, he’s been hit with a lawsuit. His response – bring it:
Andrew Breitbart said, in response to being sued, “I find it extremely telling that this lawsuit was brought almost seven months after the alleged incidents that caused a national media frenzy occurred. It is no coincidence that this lawsuit was filed one day after I held a press conference revealing audio proof of orchestrated and systemic Pigford fraud. I can promise you this: neither I, nor my journalistic websites, will or can be silenced by the institutional Left, which is obviously funding this lawsuit. I welcome the judicial discovery process, including finding out which groups are doing so.”
It’s been revealed that the Obama White House is trying to beat Marco Rubio to keep Hispanic-Americans from having a choice when it comes to political parties. This is the second time Democrats have done this, and the fact that they’re willing to take down another minority candidate to do so shows that it’s the Democrats, not Republicans, who are trying to keep minorities down in America today.
Washington DC. I grew up a few miles outside of D.C. So it really doesn’t surprise me at all to hear that Mayor Adrian Fenty – whose policies reduced the murder rate and helped to better the school system – is out. Joe Hicks, of PJTV, has an absolutely brilliant piece on how Racial prejudice played a roll in DC politics.
The St. Louis Tea Party had an all-hands-on-deck response to the NAACP’s plan to denounce the nationwide network of activists at its annual convention across the state in Kansas City. The NAACP as early as Tuesday could take up language to “repudiate the racism of the Tea Parties” and stand against the movement’s attempt to “push our country back to the pre-civil rights era.”
In a matter of hours, the St. Louis group drafted and fired off to the NAACP a resolution demanding the organization withdraw its “bigoted, false and inflammatory” statement. The missive accused the NAACP of resorting to political tactics and urged the IRS to reconsider whether it can continue to qualify for tax-exempt status. (source)
You can read the St Louis Tea Party’s response to the NAACP here.
Keep in mind that the same NAACP that is claiming Tea Partiers are racist is the same NAACP that refuses to stand up for Kenneth Gladney, and is in fact backing the men who attacked him.
I can not speak for my local tea party, but I stand in solidarity with the St Louis Tea Party on this matter.