Thursday, September 30, 2010

Obama in Socialist "New Party"; Obama's Friend Andy Stern Investigated by FBI; Obama Fundraiser Gives $600,000 American Dollars to Enemies in Fallujah; Better Use of Lightbulbs Act;

From Expose Obama: Terror Suspects Were Active in Obama’s Socialist “New Party”

On September 24, about 20 FBI agents spent most of the day searching the Logan Square residence of Chicago activists Stephanie Weiner and her husband, Joseph Iosbaker, reports the Chicago Tribune. Delgado had signed up to the New Party in 1995, along with Barack Obama, Lou Pardo and Communist Party supporter Alice Palmer. Like Obama himself, Delgado was also endorsed by the Chicago Democratic Socialists of America. In 1998 won the seat against Elba Rodriguez by a very slim 241 votes. Delgado was to hold the seat until 2006. The New Party was an electoral alliance dedicated to electing leftist candidates to office-usually through the Democratic Party. It dissolved in 1998. Three organizations formed the backbone of the New Party - the Democratic Socialists of America, the U.S.'s largest marxist organization, ACORN and radical labor union SEIU. Also heavily involved were the Communist Party USA breakaway group Committees of Correspondence and far left "think tank" the Institute for Policy Studies.   The New Party folded in 1998 after its voting tactics were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. The FBI is now undertaking what has become a high-profile investigation of former members of the organization. Was Barack Obama a member? Undoubtedly. Will the FBI investigate him? What do you think?Read it all at


AP News writes regarding Andy Stern: The FBI and the U.S. Labor Department are investigating [the] prominent labor leader. He remains a member of President Barack Obama's deficit commission and a highly influential figure in the White House, where he was one of the most frequent visitors last year. He is also a research fellow at Georgetown University and a paid consultant for the SEIUAndy Stern is included in their probe of corruption at the Service Employees International Union, according to two people who have been interviewed by federal agents.
The two organized labor officials met with federal agents this summer to answer questions about a six-figure book contract that Stern landed in 2006 and his role in approving money to pay the salary of an SEIU leader in California who allegedly performed no work.
Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the investigation. The FBI and the Labor Department's office of inspector general declined to comment for the record.
The disclosure about the federal inquiry of Stern - who abruptly resigned as president of the 2.2-million member SEIU in April - comes just weeks ahead of contentious congressional elections in which the union is spending an estimated $44 million to support its favored Democratic candidates.

Ben Johnson writes, and has video of: Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson who says: He, Buzz, carried the nuclear football for President Bill Clinton and most recently authored the new book Conduct Unbecoming: How Barack Obama Is Destroying the Military and Endangering Our Security. He told NewsMax magazine that Obama fundraiser Jodie Evans had delivered more than $600,000 in cash and supplies to “the other side” in Fallujah during the Iraq war. [Sound treasonous to you? Or at least worth an investigation?] Read more at
FloydReports: According to the Heritage Foundation, in an attempt to undo the damage Congress has done with this outlandish regulation, Reps. Joe Barton, R-Texas; Michael Burgess, R-Texas; and Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee; have introduced the so-called “Better Use of Light Bulbs” (BULB) Act last week. It would repeal Subtitle B of Title III of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 — the phase-out of the incandescent bulb.
Said Rep. Blackburn: “Washington banned a perfectly good product and fired hard working Americans based on little more than their own whim and the silly notion that they know better than the American consumer. Now, hundreds more Americans are looking for work while assembly lines in China are churning out fluorescent bulbs for the U.S. market.”
In addition, medical experts warn that when broken, the bulbs Congress favors can cause migraine headaches and even epileptic attacks. Moreover they are unreliable in colder temperatures, failing to emit much heat, are hostile to such gimmicks as dimmer switches, and their lifespan is limited by being frequently turned on or off.
General Electric, for example, has closed factories in Kentucky and Ohio, and has recently announced they are closing their major incandescent factory in Winchester, Virginia — a factory that employed 200 of our fellow Americans and the last major incandescent manufacturing facility in the United States.
AP News writes: First lady Michelle Obama's campaign for healthier school lunches has stalled in Congress after anti-hunger groups and more than 100 Democrats protested the use of food stamp dollars to pay for it.
From CNS News: Although Congress is expected to vote tonight on a last-minute stopgap spending measure that will fund the entire federal government through Dec. 3--thus allowing members of Congress to avoid votes on the full fiscal year 2011 appropriations bills before the November election—the 25-page text of the special bill, called a “continuing resolution,” was not posted online until after 6:00 pm today. Earlier in the day, Republicans House members expressed dismay at the congressional leadership for not making the text of the bill available sooner for members and the public to review.
The New York Post reveals: Federal copy editors are demanding that New York City change its 250,900 street signs -- such as these for Perry Avenue in The Bronx -- from the all-caps style used for more than a century to ones that capitalize only the first letters.
Changing BROADWAY to Broadway will save lives, the Federal Highway Administration contends in its updated Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, citing improved readability.
At $110 per sign, it will also cost the state $27.6 million, city officials said. [Well at least sign makers will be kept on the job. What a frivolous Stimulus, but at New York's expense.]
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  1. almost too much to digest, even though you have digested a lot for all of us...Thanks and please keep up the good work...all the time you are spending doing this is a major benefit to the world, and while your husband may miss you, it is for the greater good ! I'm sure of that !