The NAACP Sics The UN On Our Sovereign States

Obama’s Osawatomie Outing Circa 2008
Judi McLeod Full Story

Osawatomie: Weather Underground NewspaperOsawatomie is more than a place whose name is hard to get the tongue around; more than the location where President Barack Obama outed himself as a Marxist in Tuesday’s defiant speech.

The name Osawatomie is rooted in infamy.

Thanks to savvy Trevor Loudon, a blogger from whom mainstream media should be taking lessons, comes the reminder of the infamy of Osawatomie:
Ending entitlements
Rolf Yungclas Full Story

This article is not at all, as some might think, about a process of removing all support to the needy people of this nation, rather it speaks about a way to turn this nation into a nation of charitable people who are willing to go out of their way to help a neighbor in distress, and not relying on an inept bureaucracy in Washington, D.C.
The NAACP Sics The UN On Our Sovereign States
Joseph A. Klein Full Story

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is petitioning the United Nations to investigate alleged disenfranchisement of black and Latino voters in anticipation of next year’s presidential election. According to the NAACP, which issued a report on December 5, 2011 entitled Defending Democracy: Confronting Modern Barriers to Voting Rights in America, more than a dozen states have passed laws aimed at unfairly restricting the constitutionally protected right of black and Hispanic voters to vote.
The Loons are Running the Asylum
Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

We have always had crazy people, citizens lacking common sense, the misinformed, the ignorant, the purposeful deceptive, but we never used to put them in charge, until now.  We are turning into europameristan because we think, it is not happening yet in our own back yards, neighborhoods, or towns.
Border Expertise
Richard B. Jones Full Story

Border problems such as the confusion over resident tuition fees for illegal alien students are confusing for people outside the region.  For those who live and work with these problems daily, they’re manageable.

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