Friday, January 23, 2009

You Call This Justice?

In a couple of posts earlier I commented on the arrogance of trial lawyer Gerry Spence when he told a group of lawyers that "We are the most important people in America" He also said "
"I want to ask you which would be more important: If all of the doctors in the country somehow disappeared or all the trial lawyers in America somehow disappeared?" he asked. "We can live without medical care, but we cannot live without justice."

Here is an example of that justice.
The Florida Legislature will spend $10.4 million to settle a class action lawsuit over allegations that the state illegally sold drivers' personal information to marketing firms over a 4 year period in violation of a federal law.
This sounds good. However, the problem is that the individual drivers will receive "Just one dollar".
Four motorists who originally brought the suit will each receive $3000.
The five law firms that pursued the case for 6 years will divide $2.85 million.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

I Pledge

I pledge allegiance to Obama and the New World Order. One world, under the U.N. with tyranny and injustice for all.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Bush finally does the right thing

From Fox News, 01/19/09:
Finally. Pres. Bush has finally done the right thing and commuted the sentences of Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean. Unjustly sentenced to 11 and 12 year sentences, the two border heroes will finally be able to be with their families.
For those of you who have written and called the presidents office and your congress criters, thank you. True justice would be for the new justice department to look into this travesty and exonerate the two border agents and charge the rotten DA Johnny Sutton and crew with misconduct and an illegal prosecution but I won't hold my breath on that one. I can only hope that the two border agents can hold on until then.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The Black Widow


Barack Obama will be in charge of the biggest domestic and international spying operation in history. Its prime engine is the National Security Agency (NSA)—located and guarded at Fort Meade, Maryland, about 10 miles northeast of Washington, D.C. A brief glimpse of its ever-expanding capacity was provided on October 26 by The Baltimore Sun’s national security correspondent, David Wood: “The NSA’s colossal Cray supercomputer, code-named the ‘Black Widow,’ scans millions of domestic and international phone calls and e-mails every hour. . . . The Black Widow, performing hundreds of trillions of calculations per second, searches through and reassembles key words and patterns, across many languages.”
In July, George W. Bush signed into law the FISA Amendments Act of 2008, which gives the NSA even more power to look for patterns that suggest terrorism links in Americans’ telephone and Internet communications.

The ACLU immediately filed a lawsuit on free speech and privacy grounds. The new Bush law provides farcical judicial supervision over the NSA and other government trackers and databasers. Although Senator Barack Obama voted for this law, dig this from the ACLU: “The government [is now permitted] to conduct intrusive surveillance without ever telling a court who it intends to spy on, what phone lines and e-mail addresses it intends to monitor, where its surveillance targets are located, why it’s conducting the surveillance or whether it suspects any party to the communication of wrongdoing.”
Some of us began to see how deeply and intricately the telecoms were involved in the NSA’s spying when—as part of an Electronic Frontier Foundation lawsuit—it was revealed by a former AT&T technician, Mark Klein, that he had found a secret AT&T room in which the NSA was tapping into the telecom giant’s fiber-optic cables. On National Public Radio on November 7, 2007, he disclosed: “It’s not just AT&T’s traffic going through these cables, because these cables connected AT&T’s network with other networks like Sprint, Qwest [the one firm that refused to play ball with the government], Global Crossing, UUNet, etc.”

Then there' s that strange dress Michelle wore for the inauguration.

Economics 101

In ten minutes Peter Schiff explains in simple terms how we got into this economic mess and what we need to do to get through it. He also explains why Obama's answer will only extend and exacerbate the problem. Well worth watching.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Oh no you didn"t!

Maybe you have seen this flamboyant "country lawyer" on TV espousing his homespun wisdom. I have enjoyed his simple charming style but you have to wonder if he maybe is taking his own publicity a little too seriously. The following quotes are from a speech he gave at the annual Consumer Attorneys of California convention in November of 2008:
From Chris Rizo, LegalNewsline:
"We have to redefine who we are: We are the most important people in America," Spence said. "There is no other profession in America that fights for freedom, that fights for what America is about, that fights for justice for ordinary people."
"I want to ask you which would be more important: If all of the doctors in the country somehow disappeared or all the trial lawyers in America somehow disappeared?" he asked. "We can live without medical care, but we cannot live without justice."
Maybe he is queing up for a government bailout for trial lawyers.

Friday, January 09, 2009

Pepsi goes gay

By Chelsea Schilling
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

"One of America's favorite soft drink brands has donated more than a million dollars to homosexual groups – and refuses to give to organizations opposes to homosexuality, one group claims.

Pepsi gifted $500,000 to the Human Rights Campaign, or HRC, a group that described itself as "America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality," the American Family Association reports. "
"We are delighted to continue our partnership with PFLAG," announced Jacqueline Millan, director of PepsioCo Corporate Contributions. "The Straight for Equality in the Workplace training program is unique in that it is promoting the necessary message of inclusion to untapped groups within the local community, and that is a crucial step towards building a healthy work environment."

In 2005, the president of Pepsi, Indra Noori compared the five major continents of the world to the five fingers of the human hand-of course America, not North America, was the middle finger. She went on to say, it is "our responsibility to change the current state of world opinion of the US and make the other fingers rise in unison with us as we move forward."

To this I say-Fuck you Pepsi.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

On Trial-Rev. Al Gore and the Church of Climatology

Frustrated by the inability to get Reverend Al and his devoted followers to engage in a real debate on global warming, I mean cooling, I mean climate change, John Coleman, the founder of the Weather Channel, and 30,000 scientists are attempting to make the Rev. Al defend his position in a court of law if necessary.

Sunday, January 04, 2009

One Down

Good news for those of us that believe in a secure border and sovereignty, Bill Richardson stepped down from the Commerce nomination.
Gov. Bill Richardson is not a friend. He has compared the border fence to "The Berlin Wall".
He also claims that we can't afford to deport the illegals and need them for restaurant, hotel and other small businesses.
He also believes that illegals are entitled to some form of earned citizenship much like the amnesty bill proposed by the Senate that he said he would have voted against.

Friday, January 02, 2009


Let's honor diversity okay. It seems that montra runs a bit thin when faced with the reality. From the Associated Press writer-Paul Elias:
"ANTIOCH, Calif. – As more and more black renters began moving into this mostly white San Francisco Bay Area suburb a few years ago, neighbors started complaining about loud parties, mean pit bulls, blaring car radios, prostitution, drug dealing and muggings of schoolchildren."
"Across the country, similar tensions have simmered when federally subsidized renters escaped run-down housing projects and violent neighborhoods by moving to nicer communities in suburban Washington, Chicago and Los Angeles."
"Longtime homeowners complained that the new arrivals brought crime and other troubles. In 2006, violent crime in Antioch shot up about 19 percent from the year before, while property crime went down slightly.

"In some neighborhoods, it was complete madness," said longtime resident David Gilbert, a black retiree who organized the United Citizens of Better Neighborhoods watch group. "They were under siege."

So the Antioch police in mid-2006 created the Community Action Team, which focused on complaints of trouble at low-income renters' homes."
"That can be a recipe for anxiety," she said. "It can really change the demographics of a neighborhood."

Just imagine what demographic changes result from 20-30 million illegal aliens in your country. But don't say anything about it or you will be called a RACIST.