Archive for 23 May 2012

If you’ve been following the Martin/Zimmerman case, then you need to head on over and get some great analysis from Mike McDaniel. This is part 7, all parts of this are excellent reads.

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At the end of Update 6, I promised to address these—and more—issues in this update:

PRIMARY THEMES OF THE EVER-EVOLVING NARRATIVE:

(1) A Sanford Police Investigator wanted, at some point, to see Zimmerman charged with manslaughter, therefore he must be guilty and must be convicted of second degree murder.

(2) If Zimmerman remained in his vehicle, everything would have been just fine, therefore, Zimmerman must be guilty and must be convicted of second degree murder.

VERY INCONVENIENT FACTS (for the prosecution):

(1) When observed by George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin was breaking the law.

(2) The investigators and assistant prosecutor that prepared the charging affidavit lied on that document and had to have known they were lying.

I shall indeed address these issues, but first, it’s important to understand just how far from fact and professional practice the special prosecutor, Angela Corey, and even the vaunted FBI, have allowed themselves to…

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Do you fear the dark? Is the dark your enemy?

We grunts like to think, the dark is your friend… Muhahahaha…

Just adding my voice to the chorus. I stand in solidarity with my fellow bloggers. Yeah, I’m a small fry, but I know this will spread.

Stop this guy and his supporters in their tracks!

Stand with us, stand with The Other McCain and others! I stand for free speech!

Free speech blogburst: Show solidarity for targeted conservative bloggers

By Michelle Malkin

Over the past eight years that I’ve been blogging and operating Internet media companies, I’ve witnessed or experienced firsthand some of the most unhinged behavior against conservatives — from individual harassment and intimidation, to e-mail bombs and e-mail hackings, to troll infestations, distributed denial of service attacks, coordinated spam block attacks, and death threats.

Over the past twenty years that I’ve worked in daily opinion journalism, written books, and traveled across the country speaking in every type of venue, I’ve always believed that the most effective response to attempted censorship of conservatives is more speech, not less.

More. Louder. Bolder.

via Michelle Malkin » Free speech blogburst: Show solidarity for targeted conservative bloggers.

Posted: 23 May 2012 in Politics

Good read.

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