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Jesse Jackson: Psychopath with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Post Date: 2012-08-07 13:49:30 by Turtle
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Mentioning Jesse Jackson Jr. the other day reminded me of his father. You'd think Jackson would be yesterday's news, but he continues to insert himself into the middle of every racial controversy that flares up. Jackson has led a life characterized by shamelessness, hypocrisy, dishonesty, lack of inhibition, manipulativeness, and the need for attention. Jackson grew up in Greenville, North Carolina. While in high school, he worked at a fast food restaurant, where, as he later boasted to black audiences, he took pleasure in spitting in white people's food before it was served to them. Jackson attended the University of Illinois for a year. He left, partly out of frustration at ...

Mark Emmert, the current president of the NCAA, when he was President of the University of Washington, was part of a group that experimented on children
Post Date: 2012-08-02 08:50:09 by Jethro Tull
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Kansas Couple Arrested For Walmart Sex
Post Date: 2012-08-01 13:00:19 by X-15
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AUGUST 1--A pair of frisky Kansans are facing criminal charges after they allegedly swiped some K-Y Jelly from a Walmart and actually began trysting inside the big box retailer, cops report. The X-rated encounter Sunday evening resulted in the arrest of Julian Call, 22, and Tina Gianakon, 35, on theft and lewd and lascivious behavior charges, according to the Hutchinson Police Department. Call and Gianakon are pictured in the adjacent mug shots. Witnesses told officers that the couple was openly fondling each other in full view of fellow Walmart shoppers (which resulted in the lewd and lascivious charges). Additionally, the pair was accused of shoplifting the sexual lubricant and other ...

A Conspiracy of Really Smart and Really Evil Demons
Post Date: 2012-08-01 09:55:07 by Turtle
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"No battle plan survives contact with the enemy." While I have no doubt there exist conspiracies (Affirmative Action means "White Men Need Not Apply") I also have no doubt there do not exist impossibly complex conspiracies -- ones perfectly executed -- that involve four passengers planes being remote-controlled into skyscrapers, ones which, by the way, also have remote-controlled explosives hidden in them. Yet, these kinds of conspiracies have been around since, oh, the day human race showed up. I'm sure the conspiracy stories thousands of years ago were doozies, just as they are today: "See that tribe over there? Their invisible witch-doctor, whom no one has ...

NO SUCH THING AS CONSPIRACY? here's "honest shecky" LINCOLN! [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2012-08-01 09:21:54 by HOUNDDAWG
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If you read Lincoln's first inaugural address with any care at all, you'll see that it was simply a declaration of war against the South. It was also filled with lies and specious reasoning. In 1861, the official government-charter for the U.S. was the U.S. Constitution. In writing it, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 (some of the most-canny politicians in the country) had pointedly omitted from it the "perpetual union" clause which had been a main feature of the unworkable Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union--the U.S.-government charter which had preceded the Constitution. Under the Articles, no state could secede lawfully unless all ...

FBI Nazi Bikers Bust FBI Nazi Group (SPLC/Obama comedy show - Young Turks)
Post Date: 2012-07-31 17:10:15 by hondo68
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The new face of terrorism in the United States. If the case of white supremacist Hal Turner taught us anything, it is that the government manufactures Nazis and racists from whole cloth and then uses them to push hysterical domestic terrorist propaganda and self-aggrandizement. It came out during Turner’s trial that he was a “National Security Intelligence” asset working for the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. His code name was “Valhalla” and “he received thousands of dollars from the FBI to report on such groups as the Aryan Nations and the white supremacist National Alliance, and even a member of the Blue Eyed Devils skinhead punk band,” according ...

A Real Conspiracy
Post Date: 2012-07-30 20:58:59 by Turtle
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The media and the race hustling industry keeps re-inventing myths about the Tuskegee Airmen being invincible fighters. Tuskegee University has published a paper on their website that tries to show a balanced and realistic portrayal of the black pilots during WWII. The first mission assigned to black pilots was to strafe Axis fighters on a tiny Italian island. Their performance was considered poor because the black squadron fled from Axis planes, while members of two white squadrons engaged. Their was a congressional hearing on weather or not to disband the project. However, activist members of US congress protected the project. They believed that the pilots would serve as role models for ...

Freeh Group Member Criticizes NCAA's Use of Investigative Report [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2012-07-28 10:48:22 by Jethro Tull
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A member of the team that produced a 267-page report condemning the response of Pennsylvania State University's leaders to a serial child molester believes that the NCAA's use of that document was insufficient to justify the punishment it handed the university this week. "That document was not meant to be used as the sole piece, or the large piece, of the NCAA's decision making," a source familiar with the investigation told The Chronicle on Thursday. "It was meant to be a mechanism to help Penn State move forward. To be used otherwise creates an obstacle to the institution changing." Penn State's Board of Trustees commissioned Louis J. Freeh, a former ...

A Penn Staterís new government gig
Post Date: 2012-07-27 22:23:58 by christine
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Graham Spanier may have been ousted from his post as Penn State president over the sex-abuse scandal that engulfed the university, but it seems he’s found a backup employer: the American taxpayer. Spanier was faulted in an internal Penn State report after former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted of child molestation. The report said that Spanier, head coach Joe Paterno and others helped cover up Sandusky’s abuse. His attorney confirms to the Loop that Spanier is working as a part-time consultant for a “top-secret” agency on national security issues. But the gig is so hush-hush, he couldn’t even tell his attorneys the name of the agency. In ...

Paul Krugman: a Cartoon, a Buffoon and a Poltroon
Post Date: 2012-07-27 12:51:07 by Turtle
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“When the facts change I change my mind. What do you do, sir?” – John Maynard Keynes The people who have the least understanding of economics are Ph.D.s; those who don’t understand it at all are Ph.D.s out of Harvard, Yale and Princeton. One reason, among others, is that these inept economists are Keynesians, even though Keynes said his beliefs were only temporary measures to be given up when circumstances changed. Circumstances always change, and they changed not long after Keynes formulated his theories. That’s why he changed his mind when the facts changed. Paul Krugman, who has a Ph.D. from Princeton, doesn’t understand economics. Worse, he does not know ...

Penn State Students Bear Brunt of NCAA Sanctions for Sandusky Cover-Up as Trustees Emerge Unscathed [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2012-07-26 19:48:43 by Jethro Tull
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Penn State Investigator Louis Freeh Accused Of Heading A Massive Cover-Up As Director Of FBI
Post Date: 2012-07-26 19:42:16 by Jethro Tull
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Kidnapping Puppies and Punching Creeps (My Title)
Post Date: 2012-07-24 13:08:01 by Turtle
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This post by Roissy should help explain why the Founding Fathers limited the vote to about one-fifth of the male population: "If you are apt to align your lifestyle with whatever is the latest fashion, (and ostracize those who don’t), you are probably also apt to blindly obey high status authority figures telling you what is good for you. If true, then we might speculate that women make better cultural foot soldiers for whichever elite authority is most tangible in their lives, owing to women’s greater propensity to accept authority dictums without question. "We may add to this speculation not only personal observation and confirmatory heaps of anecdotes, but in ...

Colorado Shooter Had More in Common with Paramilitary Cops than Batman
Post Date: 2012-07-23 17:41:37 by hondo68
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According to the official narrative now disseminated by the establishment media, James Holmes was acting out some warped fantasy about Batman when he entered a theater in Colorado and killed a dozen people. It is said the cops found Batman paraphernalia in his apartment, which was supposedly booby-trapped with sophisticated explosives. The corporate media has described in detail the gear he allegedly wore during the mass shooting without drawing the obvious conclusion. Instead of a Batman fetish, Holmes was fascinated with the sort of paramilitary gear now routinely donned by cops. Is it possible Holmes was emulating the look and feel of militarized cops and the Batman story is just a ...

The More Famous the Expert the Bigger the Fool
Post Date: 2012-07-17 14:35:49 by Turtle
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Poster Comment:Ben Stein is starting to look like a penguin.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Secretly Recorded '09 Staff Meeting -- Hear It Here
Post Date: 2012-07-15 11:59:07 by bush_is_a_moonie
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The public first saw a transcript of a secret recording made of one of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's staff meetings after New Times published it online. Last week, we noticed that Channel 5 News (KPHO-TV) had obtained the actual audio recording and aired pieces of it in a broadcast. That spurred us to get a copy, too, which we now offer it to you in its entirety. Observers of the Sheriff's Office, whether they love or hate Arpaio, should enjoy much of this recording of the July 27, 2009 staff meeting that was made by Deputy Chief Frank Munnell, the whistle-blower who exposed the corruption in Arpaio's command staff. After Munnell's many accusations were upheld by an ...

Bad Bad Nazis! Oops, I Mean Japanese!
Post Date: 2012-07-02 14:10:20 by Turtle
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Poster Comment:Everyone knows about Joseph Mengele but the Nazis were pikers compared to the Japanese.

Feminists Smell Final Victory in Their War on the American Military
Post Date: 2012-06-27 13:18:46 by Turtle
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According to the Pentagon’s own research, the average man has 81.8 percent more upper-body strength than the average female, more speed, more stamina, more agility, more everything. And women can’t carry a wounded comrade to safety. As I wrote nine years ago, And so, instead of real basic training, women get a sex-normed Mommy-track, with a fraction of the rigorous exercises the men do, lighter packs, and only having to practice hand-to-hand combat against other women. That training regimen ought to come in handy, for when America fights an army of women. As Fred Reed wrote in 2002, citing Pentagon research, “In terms of physical capability, the upper five percent of women ...

Average IQs and Below-Average Jobs
Post Date: 2012-06-26 15:48:24 by Turtle
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The average IQ in the United States is 100. It doesn’t particularly matter if you’re talking about mean or median average; either way, it means one-half of the people in the U.S. have IQs below 100, and the other half has IQs above 100. About five percent of all people in the U.S. have IQs of 125 and above. Less than ten percent have IQs above 120, which is the cut-off point for “very bright.” What does all of this mean? Nothing good for the vast majority of people, which means nothing good for the United States. As the political scientist Kevin Phillips has pointed out in several of his books, great countries go though three phases: agricultural, industrial, then in ...

Why Feminists Are 98.7% Wrong
Post Date: 2012-06-25 13:17:25 by Turtle
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Carl Jung and one of his interpreters, Marie Louise von Franz, said one of the main difficulties for many women is to give up the belief she is always right. Jung called this a “sacred conviction,” that many women have. This can certainly be interpreted as meaning: Men are always wrong. “One may suddenly find oneself up against something in a woman that is obstinate and cold,” von Franz writes. And, I’ll add, irrational and hysterical. There is a one-man play called “Defending the Caveman.” I’ve never seen it, but once heard the author interviewed on a radio comedy show. He said that while men consider women mysterious, women consider men wrong. ...

Sandusky, Philadelphia Catholic Convictions Remind Youth Sports To Stay Vigilant About Protecting Children
Post Date: 2012-06-23 07:19:58 by PSUSA2
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On June 22, two very big court verdicts came from Pennsylvania that were watersheds for the protection of children from sexual abuse. One, of course, was 45 (out of 48 counts) guilty verdicts against former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky on charges related to the sexual abuse of children. The other, which got coverage but didn’t get a live break-in on ESPN, was the conviction of Monsignor William J. Lynn of Philadelphia on one count of child endangerment, making him the first American Catholic priest and/or official to face criminal sanction for covering up child sex abuse by priests. In Sandusky’s case, there is evidence university higher-ups covered up his ...

The Death of Chivalry
Post Date: 2012-06-15 13:02:50 by Turtle
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The evil man is the child grown strong – Thomas Hobbes I don’t think much good has come from feminism. A little bit, perhaps. But being that it is overwhelmingly leftist (and leftists are emotionally four years old), it has done far, far more damage than good. Perhaps 97% bad and 3% good. Two of the most destructive four-year-olds, who conned a lot of women, and quite a few men, were Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem. Neither of them, being complete leftist hypocrites, followed in the slightest their prescriptions for other women. They were female children who grew stronger but never grew up. Both, not surprisingly, completely ignored the damage their ideas were responsible for ...

WANTED BY THE FBI
Post Date: 2012-06-13 15:53:54 by Itistoolate
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Mormon designer interprets Jewish tzedakah box
Post Date: 2012-06-12 17:22:11 by Prefrontal Vortex
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Mormon designer interprets Jewish tzedakah box Receptacle for donations gets 21st-century makeover By Manya A. Brachear, Chicago Tribune reporter June 12, 2012 Doug Burnett learned the power of vision and charity as a teenager when his parents gave glasses to a friend who couldn't afford a pair. So when the American Jewish World Service staged a contest for artists to inspire giving, Burnett eagerly accepted the challenge. The Chicago art director imagined a 21st-century version of the tzedakah box, the receptacle traditionally used in synagogues to collect donations for the needy. But Burnett's concept has become more than a vessel for alms. His endeavor highlights the common ...

Nobel Foundation Cuts 2012 Prize Payout by 20%
Post Date: 2012-06-12 17:12:39 by Prefrontal Vortex
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Nobel Foundation Cuts 2012 Prize Payout by 20% STOCKHOLM—The Nobel Foundation, under pressure to cut costs following sluggish returns on capital in recent years, is slashing the value of its prestigious prizes for the first time in 63 years while also looking to trim in other areas, such as expenses related to its annual banquet. Winners of the 2012 Nobel Prizes will be paid 8 million Swedish kronor, or about $1.1 million, representing a 20% decline from the 10 million, or $1.4 million, paid out last year. The Nobel Foundation typically gives out prizes each year in six categories spanning medicine to literature to chemistry. The Nobel Peace Prize, the most popular of the prizes, ...

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