more e-mails released. No time right now to read them, quick scan indicates some interesting stuff there.
Nazir Ahmed, 55, was jailed in 2009 for sending text messages shortly before his car was involved in a fatal crash.
Times of London says that in an Urdu-language TV interview it has
obtained, Lord Ahmed blamed his 12-week prison sentence on pressure put
on courts by Jewish-owned media organization.
Oh, this is going to set some people like Pelosi squawking.
Such an instance is not the only way in which the Holy Father has been
clear on his pro-life stance as a Cardinal. In an article about Francis
I, LifeSiteNews mentions that in 2007, on behalf of the bishops
of Latin America, Cardinal Bergoglio clearly stated that being
disallowed holy communion was a consequence for those who facilitated in
an abortion, politicians included…
“we should commit ourselves to ‘eucharistic coherence,’ that is, we
should be conscious that people cannot receive holy communion and at the
same time act or speak against the commandments, in particular when
abortions, euthanasia, and other serious crimes against life and family
are facilitated. This responsibility applies particularly to legislators, governors, and health professionals.”
I can hear Pelosi and Kerry and others screaming clear over here.
More on that Justice Dept. IG report:
The Justice Department should hope that Justice Antonin Scalia — or his clerks — don’t catch wind of the IG report before Shelby v. Holder is decided. If he or they do, they will find a particularly interesting discussion regarding what Justice Scalia called “racial entitlements” in Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.
The left has been apoplectic
about Scalia’s observation. But yesterday’s DOJ inspector general’s
report makes plain: many staff inside the Justice Department define
Section 5 exactly as Scalia does: as a “racial entitlement.”
In the report, Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez — a possible
Obama nominee to head the Department of Labor — makes clear that he
doesn’t think Section 5 should ever be used to protect a white minority in covered jurisdictions.
This is really turning a weasel loose in the henhouse; and anyone who thinks the Supremes won't hear about it, well...