Obama to Condemn Christian Filmmaker Before United Nations

John Nolte Breitbart.com Big Government 22 Sep 2012

Not only are we seeing the White House and State Department call more attention to the Mohammed-mocking “Innocence of Muslims” than any terrorist network ever could’ve hoped for, but the President’s indefensible scapegoating of the film and filmmaker to draw attention and blame away from U.S. security […]

Politico Falsely Accuses Koch Brothers, Ignores Soros

It is significant that a big beneficiary of Soros largesse, in addition to CAP, is the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), which currently represents WikiLeaks and is hoping to forestall a Justice Department indictment of founder Julian Assange on charges of espionage stemming from his alleged conspiracy with accused Army traitor Bradley Manning […]

Mississippi NAACP leader sent to prison for 10 counts of voter fraud

Matthew Vadum The Daily Caller 7/29/2011

While NAACP President Benjamin Jealous lashed out at new state laws requiring photo ID for voting, an NAACP executive sits in prison, sentenced for carrying out a massive voter fraud scheme.

In a story ignored by the national media, in April a Tunica County, Miss., jury convicted NAACP official […]

Judge dismisses bid to remove Anwar al-Awlaki from US ‘kill list’

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit seeking to block the US from carrying out the targeted killing of American citizen Anwar al-Awlaki, who is reportedly on a ‘kill list’ of terrorism suspects.

Warren Richey Christian Science Monitor 12/7/2010

Washington–A federal judge in Washington ruled on Tuesday that he lacks the authority to hear a lawsuit […]

Justice Department asks judge to dismiss lawsuit filed on behalf of radical cleric

DoJ seeks to dismiss suit filed for radical cleric

Pete Yost Associated Press 9/25/2010 via Taragana

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed on behalf of U.S.-born radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki who is said to be targeted for killing by the government.

In a court filing early Saturday, […]