Monday, October 5, 2009

Corruption Daily Round-Up 10-05

ACORN Illegally Used Prisoners To Canvas For Voter Registration Drives. VIDEO!

Giles: If You’re Going Through Hell, Keep Going. Don't stop and wallow, get the hell out of there! Good advice.

Outrage Over ACORN, but Not Abortion

The Big Truth: Selling White House Policy Through Art. Includes links to all the NEA corruption stories. Good times.

ACORN: Campaign Issue? VIDEO! Ouch, this ad is gonna hurt every politician that ever stood next to anyone from ACORN or the SEIU.

ACORN for sale, $835,000

The Mae West Presidency This is a fascinating interpretation of Obama and well worth a read.

Obama's Meeting With the Dalai Lama Is Delayed. Move Appears to Be A Nod to Chinese. I'm putting this under political corruption because it appears to be another instance of Obama appeasing our enemies while alienating our allies.

Game Theory and a Losing Strategy: Obama's Bad Judgment With The Prisoner's Dilemma. VIDEO.

Is Virginia blocking military personnel from voting?
The case against Charlie Rangel. I like the subtitle, "Forty years of tax evasion, misdeeds and contempt." Yikes!

Shaming Charlie's pals

Capital Crunch: Obama confronts waning political capital

Rangel is Robin Hood in reverse

Student loan proposal makes college officials nervous. Ah, government take-over of our education, that's not a prescription for propaganda.

I'm putting this under Political Corruption because it is a wolf-in-sheep's-clothing policy that will wreck the US economy and make energy painfully expensive for poor people. Obama Should Turn to ‘Cap-and-Trade’ for Growth, Boxer Says. Another BAD idea from Boxer.

OUTRAGE: documentary outs anti-gay politicians who are secretly gay. I'm not sure if this is political or media corruptions so what the heck, a two-fer!

Lawmaker calls on Obama to fire official in gay sex ed controversy.

The "safe school czar" (mentioned above) is being defended. Former Student Defends Obama's 'Safe Schools' Czar Against Allegations. The ex-student at the center of a controversy involving "safe schools czar" Kevin Jennings is defending the U.S. Education Department official against accusations he failed to report an alleged underage sexual relationship between a former high schooler and "an older man."

A Poisonous Cocktail. Expanding the Community Reinvestment Act. Democrats at it again - taking yet another of their failed policies and expanding it. This is the trap Liberals fall into time after time, the belief that their ideas didn't fail because there were inherently bad (they are), they failed because they weren't big enough. Communism was a whole continent and it failed big time, guys. Come up with something new or get voted out.

IG Report Finds Paulsen, Bernanke Misled Public on Bank Rescues. Report says then-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and other officials were wrong to contend that all nine banks receiving the first round of bailout support -- $125 billion -- were sound.

CBS Scrubs Letterman's Sexcapade Confession From YouTube. Protecting their own from viewers.

Althouse not impressed with Moore's movie. Moore claims Obama is a socialist (no duh) and spends much of the movie implying that Jews brought down our economy. Stay classy Moore. Stay classy.

Michael Moore: Huckster of Chutzpah

Supposedly neutral Consumer Reports running pro-Obamacare ads! VIDEO!

Keeping Readers In the Dark. Maybe if we don't report on corruption, it will go away.

OUTRAGE: documentary outs anti-gay politicians who are secretly gay. I'm not sure if this is political or media corruptions so what the heck, a two-fer!

Glenn Beck: A Man for His Time. A deeply linked apology to Glen Beck from Bernard Chapin.

Polanski case in focus

Court won't review Fla. Pledge of Allegiance law. The ACLU was wrong on this one.

And the ACLU is wrong on this one too. Rather than defend a single person because they are "offended" perhaps the ACLU would do better to defend ALL Americans against government intrusion into our daily lives via Baptist-and-Bootlegger regulations and mandates. Voters Seeing Red Over ACLU Attack

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