William F. Jasper
The Massachusetts State Police “wanted” poster describes James J. “Whitey” Bulger as a “major organized crime figure in the Boston area” who “has served time at Alcatraz for bank robbery and is alleged to be involved in several murders.” The President’s Commission on Organized Crime identifies the 69-year-old fugitive as a bank robber and suspected killer and drug trafficker. Apparently, he was also — throughout most of his notorious career — a protected federal informant.
President Obama was playing to his most extreme “green” constituency in his climate and energy speech at Georgetown University today, blasting global warming skeptics as “flat-earth society” ostriches with their heads in the sand. President Obama said he does not have "patience for anyone who denies that this problem is real."
It was a brilliant investment strategy: Twinkies. With Hostess Brands, Inc. declaring bankruptcy and going out of business last year, the iconic spongy sweets were a sure bet.
President Obama’s new global warming video, made to promote his June 25 climate address at Georgetown University, comes as The Economist, the Washington Post and other warming alarmists admit that the “scientific consensus” was wrong.
Angry property owners “stormed” a meeting of the Kootenai County Planning Commission, forcing a halt to implementation of the controversial Unified Land Use Code (ULUC) Draft.
The proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a sovereignty-destroying Mega-NAFTA that would merge the economies and political systems of Europe and the United States, under the guise of promoting trade.
Natural or man-made disasters bring out looters as well as Good Samaritans, but business- and homeowners' armed self-defense can stop them in their tracks.
Twenty-five years ago the Tawana Brawley case enflamed race relations in America and catapulted Al Sharpton into the national limelight. But Sharpton’s race demagoguery had begun years before that, and his notoriety as a racial arsonist continues up to the present.
The “science” in John Cook’s media-promoted recent study claiming virtually all climate scientists believe global warming is man-made and a dire crisis is being exposed by real scientists — and Cook’s own e-mails.
Judge Robert C. Jones vindicates rancher rights, cites Federal officials for conspiracy, racketeering, extortion, witness intimidation, fraud, mail fraud.