Monday, September 10, 2012

The Southern Poverty Lie Center strikes again

The media has done its best to ignore the Occupy terrorists, but have now confessed. Perhaps drawing inspiration from Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who can lie with an utterly straight face about reality (what she said on tape about the Israeli ambassador, what happened on the floor of the DNC when the words Jerusalem and God were excised and then restored to the platform), the Southern Poverty Law Center has stepped in to solve the problem for the left. Re-define the Occupy movement as "radical right."

The hearing for the DoJ IG on Gunwalker has been rescheduled(found at Sipsey):
Tuesday’s Hearing Featuring DOJ Inspector General Rescheduled for Wednesday, September 19
WASHINGTON – House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa today announced that the hearing previously scheduled for tomorrow to examine the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report on Operation Fast and Furious has been rescheduled for Wednesday, September 19. Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz has confirmed his attendance for the September 19th hearing where he will discuss his report of the investigation into reckless conduct in Operation Fast and Furious.
Hearing Details
“IG Report: The Department of Justice’s Office of the Inspector General Examines the Failures of Operation Fast and Furious”
Wednesday, September 19th in 2154 Rayburn House Office Building and streaming online at
* Inspector General Michael Horowitz, U.S. Department of Justice

Related: ATF’s rule of three strategies and double-dipping rewards

Also related, that report that noted retaliation and corruption?
Crediting Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Deputy Director Thomas E. Brandon for a problems analysis summary is not justified, an insider source told Gun Rights Examiner yesterday. The “Quick Hits” report admitting to retaliation and ethical violations by the Chief Counsel’s Office was the result of a Field Agent Advisory Panel, and Brandon’s role was not to direct or participate in the document’s development, but simply to receive it after it had been prepared.

“The question should be, ‘what has he done with it since he got it?’” the source continued. “To my knowledge, not much of anything.”

A new .223 cartridge(well, new bullet actually) for the Army, that may fix some problems with the M855.

Honey is wonderful stuff. I'd read of it being used to treat cuts and such, but it appears it's got a MUCH greater effect than I'd have thought. Hell, than I'd have believed!

No, I didn't get that ammo loaded; I did get a bunch of pruning done, and the small stuff run through the chipper. And I'm still tired. 'Night, all


Windy Wilson said...

Southern Poverty Lie Center and the Occupy Movement?
Ok, I'm down with that. By the by, since in the 60's it was Liberals who wanted the US Constitution to mean what it said with reference to liberty and equal protection and free speech, perhaps this means that the Tea Party Movement has been redefined as Liberal?

I'm sorry, I wrote without thinking. A desire for consistency is a sign of a small mind, particularly in politics.

Luton Ian said...

Slightly OT;

you might be interested in this:

"Biden the Younger is now serving as the Obama Campaign’s semi-official emissary to military veterans, some of whom might want to confront him about traducing the memory of Derek Hale, an honorably discharged Marine combat veteran. "