We recently updated our list of Barack Obama’s lying, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, hypocrisy, waste to total 1,063 documented examples of his lawlessness. On Monday, The Sons of Liberty Radio show host Bradlee Dean cited some of this behavior.
“I know a lot of people that would say, ‘let the Lord deal with them,'” Dean said. “He is, and He would deal with them a lot quicker if the Church would act out what He commanded them to do.”
“Why do we need to wait for Judgment Day when they pass their natural life?” Dean queried. “Why don’t we bring forth judgment today or tomorrow? That’s up to us America.”
Dean then recounted number 18 in a list of 1,063 documented accounts of Barack Obama’s lies and lawlessness.
An Allegheny County judge rejected a plea deal in a criminal case Tuesday after he accused a prosecutor of only offering deals to “white boys.”
Common Pleas Judge Joseph K. Williams, who is black, rejected a deal to allow a white defendant — Jeffery McGowan, 24, of Franklin Park — to get three months of probation for an incident in which he is accused of trying to fight with police after a traffic stop.
“(Assistant District Attorney Brian) Catanzarite for some reason comes up with I think ridiculous pleas whenever it’s a young white guy,” Williams said. “I’m just telling you what my observation is. If this had been a black kid who did the same thing, we wouldn’t be talking about three months’ probation.”
The Weekly Standard
It is about to get harder for both the Obama administration and the mainstream media to downplay the New Black Panther party scandal.
The mainstream media did their best to ignore this blatant case of voter intimidation by two New Black Panther party members at a Philadelphia polling place on Election Day 2008. Though the threatening behavior was captured on videotape, Obama political appointees dismissed the case on the eve of a default judgment. When in early June a key trial team member, Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams, resigned and then testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the media grudgingly reported on his testimony.
Capitol Hill Coffee House
has decided that inexperience is a virtue when it comes to filling positions of great public trust. Apparently buoyed by his own “success” in spite of no prior experience or achievement, the president enthusiastically advanced the name of Non-judge Elena Kagan to take a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court
As reported, in part, at politico.com:
“President Barack Obama nominated Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court Monday – calling her a legal trailblazer who would embody “that same excellence, independence, integrity and passion for the law” as the man she would replace, retiring Justice John Paul Stevens.”
Pity poor John Paul Stevens. The man has been on the U.S. Supreme Court for 35 years and in the legal profession all of his life.
Now at age 92, in appreciation for his lifetime of dedicated service, he is replaced by a non-judge in order to establish a meaningless trifecta of femininity!
Even a liberal deserves better!
by The MaryHunter at March 10, 2010
U.S. District Court Judge Robert Chatigny was nominated by Barack Obama to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Dear Leader referred to him as a”first-rate” legal expert and “faithful” public servant. One revered class of the public that Judge Chatigny is faithful to contains sexual predators and serial murderers.
U.S. District Court Judge Robert Chatigny gained notoriety in 2005 for his role in trying to fight the execution of convicted serial killer and rapist Michael Ross, also known as The Roadside Strangler, whom Chatigny had described as a victim of his own “sexual sadism.”
His conduct in that case, which included threatening to go after Ross’ attorney’s law license, as well as his ruling in 2001 against sex offender registries created under Megan’s Law, has caused a commotion among Republicans on the judiciary panel.
What, the Democrats didn’t stir as well? It can’t be — after all, they’re for the little people.
A few years before the standoff over the execution, Chatigny had also issued a ruling that Connecticut’s sex offender registry was not constitutional. Though the federal appeals court upheld the ruling, it was later unanimously reversed by the Supreme Court.
Thankfully, the Senate Judiciary Committee has postponed Judge Chatigny’s hearing. This touchy-feely, criminal’s rights liberal appears dead-set against representing the victims and potential victims of sexual criminals.
In a strange legal development in Washington last week, the Obama Justice Department refused to turn over most of the documents sought by the U.S. Civil Rights Commission in its probe of why a civil complaint was dismissed against members of the New Black Panther Party for disruption at a Philadelphia polling place in November ’06.
Justice’s 38-page response, which was obtained by the Washington Times, maintained that the requested documents were protected by attorney-client privilege or were not subject to disclosure because they included attorney or law enforcement work product. The amazing response also made the argument that the subpoenas violated existing executive orders, privacy and privilege concerns, and were burdensome, vague, and ambiguous.
The Civil Rights Commission has been trying to obtain the records related to the dismissal of the case and issued the subpoenas only on December 9 after repeated written requests resulted in what Commission General Counsel David Blackwood dubbed “a dearth of cooperation” from the Justice Department.
The American Thinker
Dec. 28, 2009
Main Justice.com reports there’s been an unceremonial removal from office of the Civil Rights Division’s Voting Rights Section chief, Christopher Coates. He signed off on the complaint against the Black Panthers and is presently under subpoena by the U.S. Civil Rights Commission which is investigating Attorny General Holder’s decision to drop the case after it was won.
Veteran Civil Rights Division attorney Christopher Coates is no longer chief of the Voting Section, according to the division’s Web site.
There was no official announcement of the personnel change in the long-troubled section, which most recently has been embroiled in the controversy over the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case. Main Justice noticed the change on the Voting Section Web site.
Taking over for Coates in an acting role is Chris Herren, a deputy chief of the section, according to the Web site.
Alejandro Miyar, a spokesman for the Civil Rights Division, wasn’t available for comment Sunday. Coates did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment. It could not be learned whether Coates left the department entirely or transferred to another post.
Coates signed off on the controversial voter intimidation complaint against the New Black Panther Party and three of its members, filed in the waning days of the George W. Bush administration. The Obama DOJ’s decision to dismiss most of the charges in May has become a political controversy for the administration.
Coates also supervised J. Christian Adams, the career Voting Section attorney who compiled the Black Panther case. Adams, who has a history of conservative advocacy, was hired in 2005 by then-Civil Rights Division official Bradley Scholzman, a Bush political appointee who improperly politicized the hiring process in the division, the department’s Inspector General and Office of Professional Responsibility found in a joint investigation.
Coates had been listed on the Web site as chief of the Voting Section as late as Dec. 20.