Filed under Blogroll

The New HUD secretary

The New HUD secretary

Grooming the Next President    Meet the newly confirmed secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Julian Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio. Following in the footsteps of Barack Obama, Castro was the keynote speaker at the 2008 Democratic Convention and is the new darling of the congressional progressive caucus. The guy seems nice enough. … Continue reading

The Millionaires in the White House

The Millionaires in the White House

White House wealth: President Barack Obama’s team virtually all Chicago millionaires By John McCormick Chicago Tribume When President Barack Obama moved into the White House earlier this year, he took several of his fellow Chicago millionaires with him. Newly released disclosure reports show virtually all of the top Chicagoans serving in the West Wing had … Continue reading

Jerry Brown’s Campaign Guru

Jerry Brown’s Campaign Guru

Jodie “Code Pink” Evans At a recent fundraiser for Jerry Brown at her home in Venice, CA, Code Pink co-founder Jodie Evans – the queen of protest, was shocked to find a dozen protesters in front of her house on Palm Avenue. According to protester Melanie Morgan of Move America Forward, Evans did not handle … Continue reading

Planetary Power of the UN

Planetary Power of the UN

INTERPOL and the UN International Criminal Court The United Nations General Assembly established an “international criminal court” on July 17, 1998.  The Rome Statute was adopted by a vote of 120 to 7. The seven countries that voted against the treaty were Iraq, Israel, Libya, the People’s Republic of China, Qatar, the United States, and … Continue reading

December 25, 1776

December 25, 1776

Washington Crossing the Delaware The famous painting above is by the German-American artist, Emanuel Leutze. The painting, done in 1848, now hangs at the Met. The depiction is the turning point of the American Revolution. Maybe it’s time for another painting. During the winter of 1776 the prospect of America winning the war against Britain … Continue reading