As a freshman at Columbia University in 1970, future Attorney General Eric Holder participated in a five-day occupation of an abandoned Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) headquarters with a group of black students later described by the university’s Black Students’ Organization as “armed,” The Daily Caller has learned.
Department of Justice spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler has not responded to questions from The Daily Caller about whether Holder himself was armed — and if so, with what sort of weapon. Continue reading “As college student, Eric Holder participated in ‘armed’ takeover of former Columbia University ROTC office”
A school in Sydney paid tribute to a teacher alleged to be a “notorious molester” with an inscription on its memorial gates that read “he touched us all”, Australia’s royal commission has heard.
Former Knox Grammar School student Scott Ashton told the inquiry he was deeply confused by the memorial at the school, the response of which to the abuse allegations is the subject of the investigation. Continue reading “Paedophile teacher immortalised on school memorial gates with the words ‘He touched us all’”
Just what the market had hoped would not happen…
- *ECB SAYS IT LIFTS WAIVER ON GREEK GOVERNMENT DEBT AS COLLATERAL
- *ECB SAYS IT CAN’T ASSUME SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION OF GREECE REVIEW
Part 1: The cold war is back:
Now some of you might be from /pol/ so you’ll be immediately familiar with what I have to say but, for completeness I’ll introduce you to the reasons why the cold war is back with a vengeance. It all began back in 2006, when the SCO acted to attack the US dollar due to the failed attempt by the US to implement the “New Middle East” plan via the war on Lebanon . At this point, should the US have done nothing else, it would have faced a certain run on its currency. The neo-cons under Bush/Cheney then plotted the Georgian war, which was meant to put Russia face-to-face with NATO in Georgia. This plan blew up in their face the moment Russians threatened to use tactical nuclear weapons in Georgia should NATO remain in their positions. The planners hoped that, with Putin in China for the olympics, Russia will let the Georgian attack on S. Ossetia slide. They didn’t and we all know what happened next. Continue reading “Geopolitical Censorship, GamerGate and You”
Don’t know how much longer these will stay unsecured, looks to be entry level stuff. Might be some goodies though.
This article is based on actual first hand impressions of the author, who has travelled to Cuba by himself. The pictures were taken during the trip.
Early morning in socialist Cuba. Year 56 of the Revolution, elsewhere known as 2014. You wake up in your government-issued housing unit and you’re all covered in sweat, because not even the crappy fan that has been blowing on you all night can counter the exhausting combination of heat and humidity that prevents your sweat from evaporating. You’re a sticky mess, and the day hasn’t even started. An air conditioning machine would be a great idea, if it didn’t cost you about a year’s worth of wage. And even if you can get your hands on one, you wouldn’t be able to pay the monthly costs, since the state-owned monopolist electricity company’s rate rises exponentially when using more, because remember – a real socialist doesn’t waste. Continue reading “At Least There’s Sunshine in Havana: A Day in Socialist Cuba”
CT citizen disarmament weenies are all aflutter over the latest effort at collectivist propaganda: Connecticut Governor Applauds Anti-Gun Sculpture Made From Shredded Firearms
But you know what? As an ex-communist, that shaking hands logo looked pretty familiar to me. Here’s the one made famous by the Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands, which Wikipedia tells us: Continue reading “The latest from KGB Mike Lawlor? Nothing new in the collectivist propaganda universe. Seems like I’ve seen that logo somewhere before.”
Despite repeated assurances that the Ebola virus cannot be transmitted via airborne particles, the CDC is concerned about that very outcome and has directed airline staff to take steps to prevent the spread of “infectious material through the air.”
While Ebola is highly contagious, the risk of a full blown pandemic has been downplayed by health authorities because, according to our current understanding of the virus, Ebola, “is not airborne and is transmitted through contact with bodily fluids, including sweat and blood.”
Solicitation Number: HSFE70-14-I-0006
Agency: Department of Homeland Security
Office: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Location: Logistics Branch
: Added: Jan 10, 2014 11:54 am