If the Black Panthers hold a kill whitey rally and nobody shows up, does it still make a sound?
TAMPA, FL – Only three demonstrators showed up at a Justice for Trayvon Martin rally organized by the New Black Panther party near a Tampa courthouse Monday.
The representatives with the New Black Panthers told us they scheduled a gathering in front of the George Edgecomb Courthouse on Twiggs Street to bring attention to the broken judicial system and to demand justice for Trayvon Martin.
The activists said they felt the trial was about more than a neighborhood watch volunteer and an unarmed teenager. It was a tragic narrative on racial equality under the law, they mentioned.
Americans must decide if, in the name of homeland security, they are willing to allow TSA operatives to storm public places in their communities with no warning, pat them down, and search their bags. And they better decide quickly.
Bus travelers were shocked when jackbooted TSA officers in black SWAT-style uniforms descended unannounced upon the Tampa Greyhound bus station in April with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and federal bureaucrats in tow.
By Debbie Schlussel
Documents found in Osama Bin Laden’s Pakistani compound confirm something I’ve long warned about–that Islamic terrorists and their minions continue to seek various government IDs and licenses to foment their operations, because it remains easy to do, thanks to our inaction and politically correct pandering. I’ve written frequently about non-citizen Islamic terrorists seeking driver’s licenses, voter’s registration cards, HazMat hauling certificates (remember the mass Muslim cheating at trucking schools?) and other forms of identification which can be used in other countries–and far too often in the U.S.–to easily avoid closer scrutiny and move about freely.
TAMPA – The question of what law applies in any Florida courtroom usually comes down to two choices: federal or state.
But Hillsborough Circuit Judge Richard Nielsen is being attacked by conservative bloggers after he ruled in a lawsuit March 3 that, to resolve one crucial issue in the case, he will consult a different source.
“This case,” the judge wrote, “will proceed under Ecclesiastical Islamic Law.”
Nielsen said he will decide in a lawsuit against a local mosque, the Islamic Education Center of Tampa, whether the parties in the litigation properly followed the teachings of the Koran in obtaining an arbitration decision from an Islamic scholar.