Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Did you know that Michael Brown's step dad is a Bloods gang member? And, there's a photo of Brown flashing a gang sign?

Do you now see how the narrative created by the race hustlers will ignore truth and reality to create an alternative universe of thought.



Twitter Shuts Down Charles Johnson’s Account After Report on Louis Head

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014




The New York Times was allowed to publish the address of a police officer in a murder trial.
But tonight journalist Charles Johnson had his Twitter account suspended after he tweeted about Michael Brown’s step-dad Louis Head.
Yesterday Louis Head incited a riot by telling protesters – “Let’s burn this b*tch down!”
Tonight Charles Johnson reported that Louis Head was a former Blood gangbanger.
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It must have upset the Twitterverse.
Late tonight his Twitter account was suspended.

IRS: when government bureaucrcies turn into political action groups

2,500 new documents ID'd in White House-IRS taxpayer harassment cases

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In a shocking revelation, the Treasury Inspector General has identified some 2,500 documents that “potentially” show taxpayer information held by the Internal Revenue Service being shared with President Obama’s White House.
The discovery was revealed to the group Cause of Action, which has sued for access to any of the documents. It charges that the IRS and White House have harassed taxpayers.
In an email from the Justice Department’s tax office, an official revealed the high number of documents, suggesting that the White House was hip deep in probes of taxpayers, likely including conservatives and Tea Party groups associated with the IRS scandal.
In requesting a delay in the delivery date of the documents, Justice told Cause of Action, “The agency [Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration] has located 2,500 potentially responsive documents and anticipates being able to finish processing 2,000 of these pages by the December 1 date. It needs the additional two weeks to deal with the last 500 pages to determine if they are responsive and make any necessary withholdings.”
Cause of Action, which calls itself “Advocates for Government Accountability,” wasn’t surprised by the number of documents. It had filed suit to win access to them and a federal judge shot downTreasury’s earlier bid to hide the documents.
“This disclosure, coming only after Cause of Action sued TIGTA over its refusal to acknowledge whether such investigations took place, and after the court ordered TIGTA to reveal whether or not documents existed, signals that the White House may have made significant efforts to obtain taxpayers’ personal information,” it said in a statement to Secrets.
The disclosure follows the agency’s recovery of 30,000 “lost” emails from former IRS executive Lois Lerner, the central figure in the IRS-Tea Party scandal.
Cause of Action said the latest finding renews their “concerns about the decaying professionalism of, and apparent slip into partisanship by, IRS's senior leadership.”
Below is the full email from Treasury:
My client wants to know if you would consent to a motion pushing back (in part) TIGTA’s response date by two weeks to December 15, 2014. The agency has located 2,500 potentially responsive documents and anticipates being able to finish processing 2,000 of these pages by the December 1 date. It needs the additional two weeks to deal with the last 500 pages to determine if they are responsive and make any necessary withholdings. We would therefore like to ask the court to permit the agency to issue a response (including production) on December 1 as to any documents it has completed processing by that date, and do the same as to the remaining documents by December 15. I note that the court’s remand was for a “determin[ation],” which the D.C. Circuit has recently explained can precede actual production by “days or a few weeks,” but we would prefer to simply agree on a date for turning over any of the remaining 500 documents that may be responsive.
Yonatan Gelblum
Trial Attorney, Tax Division
U.S. Department of Justice
Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at pbedard@washingtonexaminer.com.
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Using the race card to promote thuggery...the criminal parents

Michael Brown Parents' Bad Influence Plays Out on the National Stage

By M. Catharine Evans

As bad as Sybrina Fulton's neglect and financial exploitation of little angel Trayvon Martin was, Lesley McSpadden's profanity- laced rant after the grand jury decided not to indict Officer Wilson makes Fulton look like Mother of the Year.
Take a listen to Mama McSpadden and Michael Brown's convicted felon stepdad, Louis Head. Yes, the same pair, along with twenty others who allegedly tried to crack a few skulls after they caught granny and a cousin selling Michael Brown merchandise in Ferguson a month ago. Both could be charged with felony assault for that little temper tantrum.
McSpadden and Head are two peas living in one messed up pod. Imagine little Michael trying to grow up with a mom who's got a foul mouth and likes to hang with felons. Head was recently paroled on federal firearms charges related to the manufacture, sale, and distribution of narcotics. Head's also a former Bloods gang leader out of St. Louis.
Michael Brown, Sr. is somebody else who's culpable. The dead 18-year-old's real father moved on to another baby mama after McSpadden. What kind of values did he instill in a guy who walked into a convenience store, took what he wanted, and proceeded to rough up an innocent clerk?
But he's innocent, just like McSpadden and Head. Right? They're not responsible for their expletive-spewing mouths, gang activities, domestic violence skirmishes, and sexual promiscuity. It’s the cops, of course.
How lucky for us that Obama, Holder, Sharpton and their media goons at CNN(check out Van Jones and Don Lemon) love to exploit their own people on the national stage. Otherwise, we wouldn't see McSpadden and Head emulate what they consider appropriate, peaceful behavior. Two days before his “burn this b**** down" call for violence, Head penned a letter to the protesters asking for calm. Too bad it didn’t pan out. Now the rest of the country can see why Michael Brown didn’t have much impulse control or regard for the rule of law.
These poor excuses for parents are as much to blame for Michael's death as Michael himself, so why isn't the media blaming them instead of the cops? Maybe we’ll all worry about police accountability when issues of accountability are resolved with
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respect to the sperm donors and baby mamas raising or not raising these scourges of society.
Holding these two accountable won’t be easy. After the McSpadden-Head video went viral, McSpadden's lawyer, Benjamin

Crump, tried to quell the criticism. Crump suggested that McSpadden and Head were overcome with “raw emotion.” Read more Evans at exzoom.net

Chuck Schumer at his disingenuous best...

Chuck Schumer: Passing Obamacare in 2010 Was a Mistake

The Senate’s No. 3 Democrat says that his party misused its mandate.

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November 25, 2014  Sen. Chuck Schumer upbraided his own party Tuesday for pushing the Affordable Care Act through Congress in 2010.
While Schumer emphasized during a speech at the National Press Club that he supports the law and that its policies "are and will continue to be positive changes," he argued that the Democrats acted wrongly in using their new mandate after the 2008 election to focus on the issue rather than the economy at the height of a terrible recession.
"After passing the stimulus, Democrats should have continued to propose middle-class-oriented programs and built on the partial success of the stimulus, but unfortunately Democrats blew the opportunity the American people gave them," Schumer said. "We took their mandate and put all of our focus on the wrong problem—health care reform."
The third-ranking Senate Democrat noted that just about 5 percent of registered voters in the United States lacked health insurance before the implementation of the law, arguing that to focus on a problem affecting such "a small percentage of the electoral made no political sense."
The larger problem, affecting most Americans, he said, was a poor economy resulting from the recession. "When Democrats focused on health care, the average middle-class person thought, 'The Democrats aren't paying enough attention to me,' " Schumer said.
The health care law should have come later, Schumer argued, after Democrats had passed legislation to help the middle class weather the recession. Had Democrats pushed economic legislation, he said, "the middle class would have been more receptive to the idea that President Obama wanted to help them" and, in turn, they would have been more receptive to the health care law.
Schumer said he told fellow Democrats in the lead-up to the passage of the Affordable Care Act that it was the wrong time to pass the law.
"People thought—and I understand this—lots of people thought this was the only time to do this, it's very important to do. And we should have done it. We just shouldn't have done it first," he said. "We were in the middle of a recession. People were hurting and saying, 'What about me? I'm losing my job. It's not health care that bothers me. What about me?' … About 85 percent of all Americans were fine with their health care in 2009, mainly because it was paid for by either the government or their employer, private sector. So they weren't clamoring. The average middle-class voter, they weren't opposed to doing health care when it started out, but it wasn't at the top of the agenda."
Schumer blamed the push for the Affordable Care Act so early in Obama's first term for the rise of the tea-party movement, which destroyed the Democratic majority in the House in 2010 and went on to—long with a number of other missteps by the federal government, including implementation of the law—oust the Democratic majority in the Senate as well in 2014.

NY Times layoffs

Blue Christmas on horizon for Gray Lady with layoffs looming

The ax will probably swing for about two dozen journalists at the New York Times in late December, insiders said, as a voluntary buyout program looks like it will fall short of its goal of 100 newsroom people.
At the end of last week, there were only 29 requests in for voluntary buyout packages according to Grant Glickson, the Newspaper Guild’s unit representative at the Times. By Tuesday, six days before deadline, the union said the number had only grown to the “high 30s.”
The deadline to apply is Dec. 1 at 5 p.m.
If the Times is not able to get its desired 100 volunteers, Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., and Executive Editor Dean Baquet warned that the company would make up the difference with involuntary cuts.
Additional employees are expected to submit requests by the deadline, Glickson told Media Ink — adding that he expects there will have to be “about 20-to-25 layoffs.”
The 100 workforce reduction is believed to be about 7.5 percent of the 1,330-person newsroom.
The initial nonbinding requests for information from employees drew more than 300 responses, briefly raising hopes that there might not be any forced layoffs.
But those hopes were fueled by a quirk in the process. In the past, packages were sent to every eligible employee. This time around, employees had to put in an individual request to take a gander at what their personal package would look like if one opted to take it.
So, naturally, employees just casually interested in their number submitted a request.
The company itself also recently conceded layoffs are likely.
“The most frequently asked question is about scale and whether or not there will be enough buyouts to avoid layoffs,” Janet Elder, a deputy executive editor, said in an e-mail to the newsroom last week.
“Given that the buyout window is still open, it’s hard to have an absolute answer to that question just yet,” Elder said. “Early efforts to handicap the outcome regrettably point to having to do some layoffs.”
The voluntary package included up to three weeks pay for each year of a work plus a one-time bonus equal to 35 percent of the annual salary for employees with 20 or more years on the job.
Elder also cautioned that not everybody looking to escape the Gray Lady with a parachute will be given that option. “Some jobs are too critical to our mission to let go,” she wrote.
In one big surprise, Glickson himself may be one of those who takes the money and runs. “I’m mulling it,” said Glickson, who is a 27-year veteran of the Times.
For the bulk of those accepting a voluntary package, their last day of work will be Dec. 16.
The company will then swing the ax on the involuntary buyouts from Dec. 16-19 —casting Sulzberger in the role of the Grinch Who Stole Christmas — as the involuntary cuts will fall a week before the holiday.

Another black pastor ignores reality to keep the narrative going

Protestors torched Michael Brown family's church during Monday night's Ferguson protests as pastor blames white supremacists


  • Missouri church attended by Michael Brown's father family was one of a dozen or so buildings burned to the ground during Monday night's protests

  • While the majority of buildings destroyed were in downtown Ferguson, the Flood Christian Church is located some three miles away

  • Pastor Carlton Lee said he believes that white supremacists rather than protesters were to blame for the destruction

  • 'I'm very vocal in regards to the Michael Brown case,' said Lee, who claims to have received 71 death threats
The Missouri church attended by Michael Brown’s father and his family was one of a dozen or so buildings burned to the ground during Monday night’s protests in the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson. 
While the majority of the buildings destroyed on Monday were in downtown Ferguson, the Flood Christian Church is located some three miles away from the protests in a remote section of Country Club Hills.
Pastor Carlton Lee, who has been a vocal advocate for the Browns since their son was shot in August, has said he believes that white supremacists rather than protesters were to blame for the destruction.
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Flood Christian Church, the church attended by Michael Brown’s father and his family, was one of a dozen or so buildings burned to the ground during Monday night’s protests in Ferguson
Flood Christian Church, the church attended by Michael Brown’s father and his family, was one of a dozen or so buildings burned to the ground during Monday night’s protests in Ferguson
Pastor Carlton Lee, who has been a vocal advocate for the Browns since their son was shot in August, has said he believes white supremacists rather than protesters were to blame for the destruction
Pastor Carlton Lee, who has been a vocal advocate for the Browns since their son was shot in August, has said he believes white supremacists rather than protesters were to blame for the destruction
Rev. Lee told NBC News that he believes his church was targeted because he has repeatedly called for the arrest of Officer Wilson.
'I'm very vocal in regards to the Michael Brown case,' said Lee, who has participated in rallies and press conferences with Michael Brown Sr. and claims to have received 71 death threats. 
'The police called me and told me the church was on fire,' Lee said. 'I was in complete disbelief. I didn't think anyone would set a church on fire. 
'I feel like one of my children has died. I put my blood, my sweat, my tears into this church, getting this church built from the ground up. 
'To see that it was taken down in a few minutes is really heartbreaking.'
Rev. Lee said Michael Brown Sr. was 'just devastated again' about the extensive damage. 
While the majority of the buildings destroyed on Monday were in downtown Ferguson, the Flood Christian Church is located some three miles away from the protests in a remote section of Country Club Hills
While the majority of the buildings destroyed on Monday were in downtown Ferguson, the Flood Christian Church is located some three miles away from the protests in a remote section of Country Club Hills
He suspects his church was targeted by white supremacists who wanted to punish him for his support of the Brown family.
Pastor Lee told Mail Online that he had known the Brown family for several years after officiating at their wedding. He said he remembered Michael Jr. as a ‘big jokester.’
‘He was a fun loving guy to be around,’ he recalled.
On Sunday Lee had baptized Michael Brown Sr, his wife, Cal, and their children.
The event, which had taken place at a different church, had been planned months ago and Michael Jr. was supposed to be there, too. 
'Sunday, we do the baptism, Monday, the church is one fire. It just doesn't add up,' he said.
He said Brown had pledged his help in repairing the damage to the storefront church that was once an automotive shop. The building and been a non-denominational church since February 2013.
'We rebuild,' Lee said. 'We do not stop.' 
Watch the full interview on NBC News here
Pastor Lee said Michael Brown Sr. has pledged his help in repairing the damage to the storefront church, pictured above right before it was destroyed
Pastor Lee said Michael Brown Sr. has pledged his help in repairing the damage to the storefront church, pictured above right before it was destroyed

Before and after photos of Ferguson

A town ravaged by anger: Before and after pictures show extent of damage to buildings in Ferguson






Democrats: where the slime rises to the top

Dem fundraiser charged with child sex abuse met Obama often, flew on Air Force One

 - The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 25, 2014
A prominent gay rights activist charged last week with sexually abusing a 15-year-old boy is a strong supporter of President Obama who has visited the White House more than a half-dozen times in the past two years, visitor logs show.
Terrence P. Bean, 66, who raised more than a half-million dollars for Mr. Obama's re-election campaign in 2012, last visited the White House on May 30 when he met with the president, first lady Michelle Obama and political adviser David Simas.
White House visitor logs show that Mr. Bean, co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign, a leading gay rights group, also has visited the White House on at least six other occasions since June 2012. On one visit in 2013, Mr. Bean brought along Kiah Lawson, described in news reports as his ex-boyfriend, who is also charged with sexually assaulting the juvenile.
Authorities in Oregon charged Mr. Bean and Mr. Lawson last week with two counts of third-degree sodomy and one charge of third-degree sex abuse after his indictment by a Lane County grand jury indictment. Mr. Lawson, 25, was charged with two counts of third-degree sodomy and with third-degree sex abuse.
The White House had no comment on whether the president still considers Mr. Bean an ally. Some observers have credited Mr. Bean for helping to sway Mr. Obama into supporting same-sex marriage two years ago.
"He has the president's ear," former Oregon Gov. Barbara Roberts once said of Mr. Bean.
Mr. Bean has been a member of the Democratic National Committee since at least 2009, and was appointed to the DNC's budget and finance committee in August 2013 by Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
The Human Rights Campaign said that Mr. Bean has taken a leave of absence from the organization "until his issues are resolved."
Mr. Bean's lawyer, Kristen Winemiller, said he was the target of an extortion ring "led by several men known to law enforcement." She said Mr. Bean is cooperating fully in the investigation in a probe by the Portland police department's sex crimes unit.
"No allegations against Terry Bean should be taken at face value," she said in a statement. "We look forward to the opportunity to clear his name."
Mr. Bean has been an influential supporter of Democratic candidates. Federal Election Commission records show that the real estate developer has contributed thousands of dollars to Democrats, including former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada. He also has contributed to Republican candidates, including former Oregon Sen. Gordon Smith and former Rep. Jim Kolbe of Arizona, the first openly gay GOP lawmaker in Congress.
Mr. Bean has been photographed over the years with the Obamas and other prominent Democrats, and has been a guest of the president aboard Air Force One. At a 2009 Human Rights Campaign dinner, the president called Mr. Bean a "great friend and supporter."
In an interview in 2012 with PQ Monthly magazine, Mr. Bean said one of his proudest moments was Mr. Obama's repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy regarding gays in the military.
"Another standout moment was the election of Barack Obama — because I knew from the beginning what an important advocate he would be for our community," Mr. Bean said. "Maybe it's because I knew him personally from the start of his campaign, but nothing he's done on behalf of our community has surprised me, and it's sometimes been frustrating to hear naysayers among us criticize him for not doing everything right away."
He told the magazine that Mr. Obama's re-election was crucial because, "I'd like to see a Supreme Court with a solid majority of progressives. Over the next few years, many LGBT cases will be heard at the highest level and it's critical that President Obama is reelected so he can nominate judges who will treat our community's concerns fairly and with an open mind."
The White House wouldn't disclose the purpose of Mr. Bean's last visit with Mr. Obama on May 30. Among Mr. Obama's events on that day, the president held a meeting of his "My Brother's Keeper" task force, an initiative aimed at establishing more mentors for minority boys to help them succeed in school and beyond.
Mr. Bean's record of political activism dates back to the 1970s, when he began advocating for local gay rights ordinances in Oregon.
In 1991 Mr. Bean co-founded the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund, a political action committee to raise money for gay and lesbian candidates. He has hosted fundraisers at his Portland home for Mr. Obama, Bill Clinton and Al Gore.
He became the first gay member of then-Sen. Obama's National Finance Committee as he prepared to run for the presidency in 2008.
And at a 2012 re-election fundraiser for the president in Portland, Mr. Obama thanked Mr. Bean publicly for organizing the event.
A local media story in Oregon from last June stated that Mr. Bean was paying the much younger Mr. Lawson a weekly allowance and brought him to high-profile events, including one at the White House where he met the president. The article in Willamette Week said Mr. Bean secretly filmed his sexual encounters with up to six individuals, including Mr. Lawson.
The newspaper said that when Mr. Lawson learned of the secret tapings earlier this year, he asked Mr. Bean for money.

Peaceful protestors?

REPORTERS ATTACKED, ROBBED AT GUNPOINT IN FERGUSON


Four freelance reporters were robbed at gunpoint on Tuesday night around 8 p.m., when they attempted to shoot video at the Canfield Drive memorial, a street off of West Florissant Avenue, the Daily Riverfront Timesreports.

Emily Molli, a freelancer filing for the Chinese Xinhua News Agency, told Daily RFT she was standing behind her cameraman Marcus DiPaola while he was filming. She saw a large group of armed young men wearing masks walking towards them. 
"They got closer and then I heard them say, 'Turn the camera off, turn the camera off," Molli told Daily RFT. "They came sort of at us and tried to grab the camera."
The reporters began to walk to their car, but Molli and DiPaola said the men continued to follow them, yelling. Although they made it inside their Prius, the group caught up to them and started smashing the car windows.
"One guy pulled [the car door] back open, got a gun out of his backpack and pointed it at my head. He tells me to get out of the car and give me the keys," said Molli. "That's what I did."
"Fifteen to twenty males followed us with guns and hammers out," confirmed DiPaola. "Every single one of them had masks on."
DiPaola, Molli, and their colleagues escaped on foot, telling the Daily RFT that a church group, who just happened to be in the neighborhood delivering Thanksgiving turkeys, helped the journalists and took them to a police checkpoint.
Robberies and assaults on journalists covering the Ferguson riots also happened during the August violence that erupted after the shooting of Michael Brown. Reporters have been pelted with rocks, and robbery attempts on photojournalists' equipment have happened. During the August riots, a small video camera was stolen out of the hands of a Breitbart News reporter by an individual who first attempted to steal a cell phone.