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Jack is Back! (But in Typhus Hell)

Income inequality is a bitch especiallly when you are running for POTUS and need those suburban paycheck by paycheck votes. But heh, those aspirations in middle-class America are best illustrated by how much the Kardashians are role models for making it big.

Hillary has become our first political reality show. Who knows, Bill may start a rap album.

James D.

"In her world..."

Her world is going to be the 8th or 9th circle of Hell, whenever her time finally comes. At which point she might finally be rid of Bill (he seems like a good candidate for the 2nd or 3rd Circle to me)

maryrose

TK:
Didn't Hil get an agreement from Obama to pay off some of her debt?
She could have taken out a second mortgage on one of her many houses.

maryrose

JamesD
Loved your comment-so true!

Extraneus

POLITCO: Lois Lerner's lawyer speaks

It was an accident, said Taylor, a founding partner of Zuckerman Spaeder LLP: “She didn’t have anything to do with the destruction of her computer.”

Lerner came to work one day in late spring 2011 and was surprised to flick on her computer to find a “blue screen,” he said. He said she tried to get it fixed since her practice of archiving was to simply save things on her computer. Democrats have released emails showing Lerner contacting the IRS IT department to show she tried to resolve the problem.

She never backed them up on a USB or separate hard drive, he said, ruling out a line of questioning posed by House Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) about whether Lerner could have the emails stored elsewhere on a portable device.

No idea why they don't just quote the guy directly, but the above contains no claim that any of those "things" were emails.

Extraneus

NY OBSERVER: BREAKING: Meet Emmet Sullivan, IRS Judge Who Once Sicced a Special Prosecutor on DOJ

Judge Sullivan is the judge who held federal prosecutors in contempt, dismissed an unjust indictment against a United States Senator [after the Senator was safely replaced by a Democrat], and publicly excoriated the Department of Justice. He also had the moral conviction, courage and gumption to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate [and whitewash] the Justice Department and the individual prosecutors.
Captain Hate

She never backed them up on a USB or separate hard drive, he said, ruling out a line of questioning posed by House Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) about whether Lerner could have the emails stored elsewhere on a portable device.

Of course she didn't (and when he says "her computer, I assume he's talking about the one she used at work). She was the director of the IRS. There was and is a large staff of IT support people which do these things for her and the rest of the IRS. If Issa was going to ask her that and not expect to hear what I just said, he needs to be removed.

maryrose

CH:
Absolutely correct.Lerner's lawyer is speaking in babblegab, the distinct language of progs when they are cornered and know that nothing they say will be believed. Just make stuff up then. I also noted the lack of the words e-mails. Her computer, her work computer -again fog it up so no one can understand what you are saying. Personally I think her lawyer should just shut up because down the road -obstruction charges await him.

maryrose

O"reilly says Hil grew up not so rich so now she sees herself as poor no matter what. That explains the used underwear. But let's face it-she and Bill will always be wannabees when it comes to the big bucks. She 's like the Kennedy's with no money in her pockets to pay the dinner tab. But she doesn't have inherited wealth or position or a place to call her own in the Hamptons. Ergo she is poor.I am glad she is not poor in spirit because that would mean that she gets to see God in the Beatitudes logic.

rich@gmu

indeed I am ...

hit and run

Well played, rich!

Insty quoted Ruth with a few other lines, and I sent him this...

You quoted Ruth Marcus on Instapundit:

Which gets me to the second set of issues: how you’re continuing to ­vacuum up the money, and the aura of greediness it exudes. Madam Secretary, enough already. This behavior borders on compulsion, like refugees who once were starved and now hoard food. You’re rich beyond your wildest imaginings! You don’t need any more!”

I think it perfectly (and obviously) worth pointing out that as a political matter, Hillary might want to tone down the exuberance of her wealth, and more bluntly shut the hell up about it. Maybe it would make sense for Hillary to cut down on the speaking fees . . . again as a political matter.

But as an ethical/moral matter? Ruth Marcus is as wrong here as President Obama was when he said, "We're not trying to push financial reform because we begrudge success that's fairly earned. I mean, I do think at a certain point, you've made enough money."

The left always thinks there is a static amount of money - and if any person earns more than what the left thinks is "fair", there will be women, children and minorities who will go hungry as a direct result.

Balderdash.

rich@gmu

i try ... sometimes. it was just too easy.

sorry about the arthritis.

got a text from beasts.

daddy

Thought this worthy of mention.

Today was on a train ride southbound out of London, heading from the London Bridge Station to the village of Orpington. Passing thru one of the small suburb stops I noticed that among the advertisement posters you see as you enter each train stop, usually advertising new plays in London or new Movies, there was one of Hillary's new book, "Hard Choices."

It was the same size as all the other posters, approximately 3 feet tall by 2 feet wide, and properly mounted. It had the book's cover printed on about 50% of the poster, with the photoshopped pic of a serious yet magically youthful Hillary, and above the book in big letters it read something like, "Revealed now, the true story of "Hard Choices" that changed our world!"

It seemed completely nutty to me, posted in some 'nothing of a village' train station, but I have to imagine they have spent a ton of money over here doing the same trick in ton's of 'nothing of a village' little train stations.

I did not see it posted anywhere in the City, so maybe it takes a village to try to get Hillary's message out. Regardless, somebody is obviously shovelling out beaucoup bucks to try to peddle Hillary's stinker of a Bio, and I suspect they are taking even a worse bath over here than they are stateside.

Captain Hate

maryrose, also the closest Lerner would come to doing any of the grind work would be something her flotilla of secretaries/admins did for her. As an executive she wouldn't get her hands dirty with any of that menial crap.

Extraneus

Well, you have to admit that speaking fees aren't like being payed for some sort of productive effort. When she takes $200K from a university to make a speech, the wealth is simply transferred.

Captain Hate

Absolutely Ext; from one set of grifters to another.

rich@gmu

"I mean, I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money. But, you know, part of the American way is, you know, you can just keep on making it if you’re providing a good product or providing good service."

Extraneus

What are the odds that Clinton appointee and Stevens-railroading whitewasher Emmet Sullivan won't appoint a special stooge who'll allow everyone to clam up claiming an "ongoing investigation" that won't go anywhere beyond a few light wrist slaps?

I wonder if a new AG in 2016 could even get in the way of a federal-judge-mandated six- or ten-year special "investigation" of the IRS.

Obama and Holder could even complain about an over-reaching investigation of a non-scandal, knowing that the whole thing is staged.

hit and run

Ext:
Well, you have to admit that speaking fees aren't like being payed for some sort of productive effort. When she takes $200K from a university to make a speech, the wealth is simply transferred.

Sure. And unless we want the government interfering (or Ruth Marcus to have dictatorial powers), the school will have to deal with the consequences of their economic decision.

Just like CUNY hiring Paul Krugman.

I DO NOT begrudge Krugman for taking six figures from them for doing basically nothing than being the ass that he is.

I DO HOPE CUNY reaps a reward from such a decision that smacks them upside the head like a hit and run Sunday morning hangover.

I WILL NEVER say that the state should intervene in any fashion against such a thing . . . even if it enriches lefties.

rich@gmu

Extraneus-

don't think I've mentioned it but I've found your comments interesting regarding the "lost email" story.

hit and run

I just lost a big Pelosi rant because I copy/pasted the Ext quote instead of finishing my Pelosi comment.

Anyway, her quote was...

Pelosi explained, "We are all Americans -- north and south in this hemisphere," and urged America to see this as not a crisis but an opportunity "to be helpful." She also said she wished she could simply "take home" the thousands of children temporarily housed in the overburden facilities.

I've got to go cook a couple of ribeyes.

And auto-play vids should be subject to the death penalty.

Extraneus

I WILL NEVER say that the state should intervene in any fashion against such a thing . . . even if it enriches lefties.

Me neither, and I agree with your larger point. I was just commenting on the static pie part of your note to Insty. Seems like some of these bribes really are taking money from "children and minorities."

hit and run

I hear ya, Ext. In a true free market - the decision to pay Hillary would be on what her speech meant to the economic interests of the institution (and secondarily it's members).

In a non-free market in which we currently live, the decision to pay Hillary can enrich the administrators and others in future "considerations" for all sorts of donations and decisions that have nothing to do with the market and everything to do with the "friends of" benefit.

Wish it weren't so. But you're right, it is so.

narciso

the Schuelke inquiry, led to the dismissal of the whistleblower, Chad Joy and the continued employment of least two of the proecutors, Brenda
Morrow and William Welch, one against public officials in Alabama, (shirley) and the Jeffrey Sterling leak inquiry

Extraneus

Thanks, Rich. The whole email backup thing seems like an obvious scam to me. Which public corporation wouldn't love to set up a six-month backup system that never saves anything the IRS might be interested in for longer than that? I wonder if the IRS told their employees, or certain select senior drones, that they might want to delete anything potentially incriminating, safe in the knowledge that a congressional investigation could easily be stalled for six months.

daddy

Daddy are you hitting the RAF War Museum airfieldin Britain this trip. I d love to get a report. Cheers.

NK,

We are thinking of doing that tomorrow if we can motivate, and if so I'll give a report.

There are 3 of us this trip, and of the 3 of us I had the best luck today. We all took the train into London town, then split up. One guy wanted to do a Walking Tour with Guide of the Westminster area, but the skies opened up and clobbered them about half way thru the tour. Then after that was over with and the skies cleared, he said he walked forever down to the Imperial War Museum and it was closed for renovations, and by then he was beat.

The 2nd guy is a Tennis fan. The company gives away 2 free Box seats for each day of the French Open to us guys since the Company is some sort of sponsor, so we get free open bar and amazing spreads of food and if you're over there at the time and put in for it you get all that for free. He's done that twice and loved it. Today he wanted to do Wimbledon, which we don't sponsor, so when he called and found out all the tickets for today were sold out, except for the "Handicapped Seating Tickets", he put in and reserved 2 of those seats, under the ruse that he would pretend he was supposed to push some guy in a wheelchair and he'd simply say that the wheelchair guy couldn't make it so oh well, especially since he noticed at the French Open how many handicapped seats were empty. Well he went,but his scheduled matches at Wimbledon rained out today when he got there, so he got his money back, but he had foolishly texted his wife that that was his ticket scheme, and she went apeshit angry at him for screwing handicapped folks, and she was apparently lashing into him something fierce by cellphone and Skype, and then when he couldn't take it anymore, she started texting and e-mailing him with even more scat. Me and the other guy are laughing our butts off at that move, and trying to figure out how best to spread "Handicaps" new nickname around the fleet:)

daddy,

Did you see the faint outline of the old tennis courts (Sphairistikè in the garden of Darwin's house? He was an original proponent of Lawn Tennis and played it socially with his friends and family.

JiB,

I thought that was really cool. I sure wouldn't have guessed it, and I also thought it interesting that the court was not an exact rectangle. The guided tour said that at the time it was built, the rules said that court was to be slightly pinched in at the center, somewhat like what a bow-tie looks like, tho' the pinch was much less pronounced. I guess that's the rules in Sphairistikè which I had never heard of before.

I really enjoyed the countryside and was very fortunate to see a deer way at the far end of The Sand Walk when I did that lap. I startled it and it shot off running down the path and into the woods. I asked back at the house if that was normal and if they had tame deer running around, and they told me that none of them had ever seen a deer on the Sand Walk, so it made my day.


Extraneus

"Damn, IRS. We're sorry. We'd love to be able to get you those older emails. Honest! But our backup system only saves six months of data. Here, you can have it all."

Sweet.

rich@gmu

not sure the judge could appoint a special investigator or what not because in the Stevens case it was a specific misconduct of the prosecutors during trial he wanted investigated. Surprisingly, the investigation turned up all matter of misconduct, much of it intentional, but still the appointed investigator recommended against criminal contempt charges.

the punishments meted out were 40 and 15 day suspensions.

not disbarred.
not sitting in jail.
not fired from the Justice department.

Extraneus

They're heroes, Rich - the drones personally responsible for getting Obamacare enacted. Surely their names are etched in granite somewhere within the bowels of OFA.

rich@gmu

vaguely recall a thread here about them. and narciso included their names a few above.

yep...DOOOM!

you're welcome.

rich@gmu

>>>except for the "Handicapped Seating Tickets", he put in and reserved 2 of those seats, under the ruse that he would pretend he was supposed to push some guy in a wheelchair and he'd simply say that the wheelchair guy couldn't make it so oh well<<<

lol ... sounds like something George Costanza would do.

Extraneus

Not quite rich, though.

MarkO

I remember that after Ovitz sat with Eisner in the hospital, he complained that he was worth only $20 million (in '90's dollars) and that he couldn't afford a private jet like Eisner and his other clients. Eisner gave him a paying non-job that solved that problem.

Both fine Democrats.

rich@gmu

and I was wrong on the punishments, such as they were ... this was the finding::

>>>The department's Office of Professional Responsibility concluded that two Stevens prosecutors, Joseph Bottini and James Goeke, showed reckless professional misconduct in their dealings with Stevens's defense lawyers at Williams & Connolly.<<<

(the OPR did a find-and-replace to make sure the word "intentional" was left out of the report)

the Merit Systems Protection Board (who knew) stepped in and made sure neither were blemished (one served zero days and another served one day) ...

Jane

What are the odds that Clinton appointee and Stevens-railroading whitewasher Emmet Sullivan won't appoint a special stooge who'll allow everyone to clam up claiming an "ongoing investigation" that won't go anywhere beyond a few light wrist slaps?

I think he was appointed by Reagan, promoted by H.W.Bush and again by Clinton. I am hopeful, because he was incensed by the Stevens prosecution. His error was hiring a feckless special prosecutor. I have no idea if he can do that again, but it is doubtful he would find anyone more feckless than anyone Holder would appoint.

At any rate, it doesn't seem like he suffers funny business easily.

narciso

The first hime I heaed of Leland 'Two Guns' Yee, he was waging a campaign against the Huntress, because she had the unmitigated gall to request she be paid for a fundraising speech for a local university, I mean the nerve of her,

hit and run

daddy:
"Handicapped Seating Tickets", he put in and reserved 2 of those seats, under the ruse that he would pretend he was supposed to push some guy in a wheelchair and he'd simply say that the wheelchair guy couldn't make it so oh well

In 1984 I played on a baseball team where one of the players's dad was the GM of Reunion Arena in Dallas - where the Mavericks (and later Stars) played. He was a pretty sorry player, but his dad's job made him . . . valuable.

His dad took about 5 of us to the Van Halen concert that summer at Reunion.

We watched the concert from the handicapped spaces at the top of the lower bowl.

Nice seats.

hit and run

rich:
and I was wrong on the punishments, such as they were ... this was the finding

The Department of Rich's PR Department would like to correct the above accordingly:

"The history of the punishments were more nuanced than I had communicated above."

We will have a following piece that voxsplains why his original statement was not incorrect.

Skoot

Cankles best days are behind her.

Just back from eight glorious days at the beach, sans internet, and I find Lerner's emails still missing, Woods out, Taranto behind the pay wall, Supremes waiting till Mon to drop the Hobby Lobby grenade on zero, and he's pretty well harpooned regards Halbig v. Obama via the Utility Air v. EPA ruling. Nice.

And one of the Skoot spawn is showing some promise in the surfing dept. Natural ocean sense, just knows where to be. Good times :)

rich@gmu

and the awesome ... did my last comment vanish?

rich@gmu

narciso-

and not to be out done ...

Matt Wilstein / Mediaite:
Guess Who Else Had Mysteriously Missing Emails: Sarah Palin

Extraneus

The article says he was appointed by Clinton. Wiki, too.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmet_G._Sullivan

Extraneus

Anyway, after the Stevens stabbing, I'm not too confident in this dude.

Carol Herman

Hillary sucks the oxygen out of other candidates. She does this because she bee-line's in on the money.

You can't run if you can't raise funds.

For instance, at one time, before the George Washington Bridge scandal, Chris Christie could go anywhere and draw a crowd. Now everyone knows he's through.

The message on Hillary, on the other hand, doesn't get investigated. The MSM just plays dumb.

Behind the scenes people with ambition are still looking around for an opening. While examples of how dumb the GOP can be ... can go all the way back to 1948 when the GOP discarded General Douglas MacArthur, because he was judged to be "too independent."

Truman aimed at MacArthur, in order to take him out of the running for 1952. Eisenhower was asked. (He was actually asked by both parties; but he felt he'd be more independent if he ran as a republican.)

Extraneus

But you're right, Jane.

Sullivan was appointed by President Reagan to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on October 3, 1984. On November 25, 1991, Sullivan was appointed by President George H. W. Bush to serve as an Associate Judge of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Steve

Brave New Charity: The Hillary Clinton Fund for Broke Politicians

http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2014/06/brave-new-charity-hillary-clinton-fund.html

daddy

On Judge Emmet Sullivan, here's an NYTimes story from 2011 of him deciding for the Fed's in the Lawsuit where Alaska sued the Fed's to not get the Polar Bear listed as "Threatened." Judge Upholds 'Threatened' Listing for Polar Bear

WE now know that the evidence presented to encourage Sullivan to rule that the Polar Bear deserved "Threatened" status was bogus:

---(2013) Scientist settles in iconic 'drowning polar bears' row with US agency:
Charles Monnett retires after reprimanded by Bureau of Ocean Energy Management over Arctic study and email release

and

---(2014) WattsUP: Polar bear group admits population estimates were a “guess”

I would need Danube and Clarice to explain the ins and outs of Sullivan's rulings, but my problem with the guy, which may be unfounded, is that twice he has allowed the Fed's to present bogus information to him which resulted in rulings coming down from him that were beneficial to the Feds (Dems), but were dishonest and based on falsehoods.

That's my worry about him. He has a track record of having been effectively lied to by the Feds. Twice.

When does it become "enemy action" again? Thrice?

Danube on iPad
Skoot

^**Halbig v. Sebelius**

hit and run

DoT's so mean, when he's been gone for a few days, he comes back and wants to make me cry.

lyle

No kidding, hit. I had a Golden many years ago that would do pretty much the same thing but not for that long. Of course, I wasn't away from her that long, either. Very touching video.

matt

daddy, if you recall, "Andy Capp" used to be a very funny cartoon.

NKonIPad

Well Daddy I hope your 3 man crew are motivated to head over to the RAF museum. Did you go to St Paul s in London? Did you know that a USA 'eagle squadron' aviator is entombed in St Paul s?

daddy

And one of the Skoot spawn is showing some promise in the surfing dept.

Skoot,

Where do you live? I apologize for not remembering.

narciso

Huckabee has the Pelletiers on, I didn't know BCH was owned by Harvard, considering the nightmare that Patrick facilitated, she seems to have recovered some from the ordeal,

rich@gmu

Suspect in Benghazi Attack Is Arraigned in U.S.

JerryRigged

So the computer "blue screened" on her as told by her lawyer? This means the hard drive was working enough to start booting...never have I been unable to save data in this situation...I would hope the IT guys there are better than me!!

daddy

daddy, if you recall, "Andy Capp" used to be a very funny cartoon.

Matt,

Andy Capp as a pigeon fancier reminds me of something else I really loved learning today. One room of Darwin's home was "The Billiard Room", where he and his wonderful butler, Parslow, would hang out shooting pool together.


(Hit should enjoy that!)

The tour stated that when Darwin was all hot to trot trying to figure out the secrets of how the Andy Capp's of his day could breed so many fascinating pigeon varieties, that he ran out of suitable room for storing their carcasses, so he wound up laying all the extra pigeon skeletons on the pool table in the billiard room because Emma obviously didn't want the stinky things smelling up the rest of the house. The quote at the tour was better but it was essentially this comment from 1873 a bit more elongated:

The house where he roped all his children and his long suffering butler Joseph Parslow into frequently noxious experiments – he recorded in 1873 that they'd been boiling down pigeon carcasses for their skeletons, "the smell was so dreadful that it made me retch awfully" ...

rich@gmu

and in other news ...

wonder how the lab rats at Zuckerburg Data Mining Inc feel about the uncompensated experiment they participated in ...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/facebook/10932534/Facebook-conducted-secret-psychology-experiment-on-users-emotions.html

Jane

Welcome back Skoot!

Jane

Ex,

He was appointed in 1980.

He subsequently became a partner and was actively engaged in the general practice of law with that firm until August 1980, when his partner, William C. Gardner, was appointed as an Associate Judge of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.

I rest my case.

Captain Hate on the iPhone

No offense to anybody's sense of humor but I found Andy Capp part and parcel of the Brit stuff that wasn't for me. Don't get me started on Benny Hill.

hit and run

daddy:
(Hit should enjoy that!)

Indeed he does.

Miss Marple

I am home. I will catch up on things, but maybe not until tomorrow.

Jane

That's my worry about him. He has a track record of having been effectively lied to by the Feds. Twice.

Daddy,

I'm not advocating for the guy, but from what I read he was incensed as hell over the Stevens case. Maybe he is just stupid or easy to play, but his quick response on the discovery issue led me to think otherwise.

We shall see.

Captain Hate on the iPhone

Welcome back Skoot and DoT.

The Clintoons can have more money than anybody and still be obvious trash.

hit and run

Yay Miss Marple!

Captain Hate on the iPhone

Welcome home, Miss Marple. I figured Madison wasn't overly arduous compared to your other daily treks.

rich@gmu

WelcomeHome Miss Marple.

And now he’s modified his new-found catch phrase. At a town hall event in Minnesota on Thursday, he added for emphasis: "I'm feeling super loose today."

"Look, I've been really looking forward to getting out of D.C.," Obama told the town hall crowd. "With Secret Service, I always tease them that I'm like a caged bear and every once in a while, I've got to break loose."

good grief.

narciso

Unfortunately she has no friends, that tell her not to take Carlos Slim seriously;

http://legalinsurrection.com/2014/06/scott-walker-opponent-runs-attack-ad-based-on-false-criminal-scheme-story/

Miss Marple

Going to bed.

Good night, everyone!

Frau Dankbar

Lerner came to work one day in late spring 2011 and was surprised to flick on her computer to find a “blue screen,

Blue seemed safe...
Who really believes all this carp?

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

A wonderful short video clip of Bono on the idea of America - https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Tg3Xzh2cXD8&app=desktop

Keeping faith with the idea of America.

Captain Hate

"Look, I've been really looking forward to getting out of D.C.," Obama told the town hall crowd. "With Secret Service, I always tease them that I'm like a caged bear and every once in a while, I've got to break loose."

Kinda reminds me of when Costanza wanted everybody to call him "T Bone" and his peers called him Koko the monkey. Zippy the Pinhead works for 404.

Frau Brennnesseln

Wouldn't Barry love to be a bear? He's more like stinging nettles.

DebinNC

"With Secret Service, I always tease them that I'm like a caged bear and every once in a while, I've got to break loose."

Every once is a while? Today BOzo was "loose" at Fort Belvoir, golfing for the 22nd time in the last 26 weeks.

Captain Hate

Bono loves the US more than 404 by a wide margin. And the RINOs. Bono for President, right TK?

Frau Brennnesseln

Welcome home, Miss Marple. You are just the best grandmother. I hope those rascals had fun.

Captain Hate

I'm wondering what the range of gas prices Miss Marple encountered on the road. For some reason I was able to fill up @ 3.59 today, a fairly steep drop from around 4 a week or so ago.

narciso

this shows promise, like Lansdale's asuang *** campaign against the Huk

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/boko-haram-spooked-by-mysterious-bee-stings-and-snake-bites/

***vampire like creature, Lznsdale made it look like such a creature had killed them

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz
clarice

Judges are not investigators. If the opposition cannot establish that the opponents' evidence is bogus, the Court treats it as legit. Niters..(It's the wolverine's last night here and it's time for our last cuddle.)

Captain Hate

narc, I'm finally to the part of Red Fortress where the commies are about to take over. I'm just past when people found the Grand Duke's fingers, identified because of the heavy rings, on the Senate roof after he was blown to smithereens.

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

Some of the "children" Nancy Pelosi wants to "take home".

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

more -

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

These children look like they'd like a beer.

Captain Hate

Let Pelosi take them home; San Francisco is a Sanctuary City, no? Let the Mafia Queen and Gavin Newsom house them in their abodes.

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

Nancy mentions Bishop Flores - advocate for justice ???
I don't know...
I wonder if leftist religious groups helped spread the word in Guatemala, Honduras, & El Salvador.
That all had to have happened awhile ago for the people to make their way through Mexico & to our border.
Like Miss Marple pointed out...
Why has Mexico facilitated the movement of these children?
and
Why were ads placed for help with these children in January?

It all stinks like a coordinated, preplanned effort.

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2014/06/28/Pelosi-on-the-Border-We-Have-to-Use-This-Crisis-as-an-Opportunity

Jane on Ipad

Sheesh! I misread that. I'm an idiot.

Jane on Ipad

If Clarice wasn't there I'd insist they go to DC. There are a lot of unused rooms at the Whitehouse.

Rick B

Gosh, it's great to see all those fathers waiting to be reunited with their children.

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

I had seen this story headline around...but I didn't realize who the guy was.
http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/06/how_to_decry_poverty_and_get_rich_on_the_public_payroll.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=facebook

It's the nut that was at William & Mary!
Why in the world did UNC hire him?

narciso

this particular work sheds a light on that first revolution,


http://www.amazon.com/Petersburg-Penguin-Classics-Andrei-Bely/dp/0141191740

Captain Hate

Thanks narc; once I get through my multi book study of the Crusades I'll probably concentrate on the Rooski Revolutions next. I already have a few books on that.

Captain Hate

I'm loving how, as events get closer to the present (specifically the coronation of Nicholas II) and multiple source documents of reasonable credibility are available, Merridale brings out the understated snark and overall historical overview in her descriptions where previously she had to rely on limited sources of perhaps problematic accuracy. I think overall I prefer "Ivan's War" where she had first person testimony at her disposal; but I think I can already tell the narrative pace is picking up.

narciso

this was one of the folks that Emmett Sullivan believed,

http://www.foxnews.com/story/2010/02/18/exclusive-former-gitmo-prisoner-rehabilitated-in-saudi-arabia-may-soon-be/

I wonder did Al Baghdadi, participate in art therapy as well

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