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    Tag: Free Speech (page 2)

    Spotlight: Dearborn, The Most Costly City Of Residence In Michigan

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Fri Oct 07, 2011 at 01:33:05 PM EST
    Tags: Dearborn, Terry Jones, Kym Worthy, Free Speech, Permits Required, Permits will be DENIED to Christians in Dearborn, Mayor O'Reilly, DPD Chief Ronald Haddad, sharia reigns supreme, Muslims, Roles (all tags)

    How many lawsuits will it take for folks in that 24.5 sq miles of Progressive rubble to understand our U.S. Constitution?  Pastor Jones isn't cowering from Mayor O'Reilly's pandered proliferation of sharia in America.

    The issue of free speech was fiercely debated Thursday in a Detroit courtroom, where a judge said he would decide next month whether it was OK for authorities to have jailed Quran-burning pastor Terry Jones and ordered him to stay away from a local mosque for three years.

    Jones of Gainesville, Fla., was convicted in April by a Dearborn jury of being likely to breach the peace because of his plans to protest outside the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn. He was ordered to stay away from the mosque.

    Attorneys for Jones appealed the decision, saying it violated his constitutional rights.

    Exit question: Ms. Worthy, which one of your dunderheads with a law degree is arguing against the First Amendment?

    (1 comment) Comments >>

    City of Dearborn: The F-allah-cy of Peace Continues

    By Corinthian Scales, Section Multimedia
    Posted on Mon Jun 27, 2011 at 10:21:18 PM EST
    Tags: Mayor O'Reilly, DPD Chief Ronald Haddad, sharia reigns supreme, Free Speech, Permits Required, Permits will be DENIED to Christians in Dearborn (all tags)

    (1 comment) Comments >>

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Why I Left The Apocalypto That Is Dearborn

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Fri Jun 17, 2011 at 08:41:25 PM EST
    Tags: Free Speech, Mayor O'Reilly, islam, muslims, Rioting, Violence, sharia law, Mob Rule, Peace Bonds, Judge Mark W. Somers, Kangaroo 19th District Court, muslim Fest, BAMN Welcomed, Dearborn, Wayne Co (all tags)

    UPDATE: Pastor Jones returns, see here, here & here.

    Replay this video until it is understood.

    There's your " R o l e  M o d e l s " GoverNerd.   Asalamalakum?   Fuggin' Dhimmi

    Well, y'all can either stand for something or kneel for something.  The choice is yours.

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    PSA: Understanding The People's Republic of Dearborn

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Wed Apr 27, 2011 at 12:07:35 PM EST
    Tags: Free Speech, Mayor O'Reilly II, Dearborn, Wayne Co, islam, muslims, Rioting, Violence, sharia law, Peace Bonds, Judge Mark W. Somers, Kangaroo 19th District Court (all tags)

    I sincerely hope this bigger picture view goes a long way in clarifying the f-allah-cy of 'peaceful' muslims living in America with how they and their enablers actually cherish our God given freedoms.

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    Eight Bits

    By Rougman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Apr 25, 2011 at 12:34:01 PM EST
    Tags: Dearborn, Terry Jones, Kym Worthy, Free Speech (all tags)

    A buck won't buy you what it used to. I remember the good old days in Texas where a mere American dollar could get you a gallon of gasoline or four loaves of the hardest generic white bread ever produced.

    Armed with only a couple bucks in your wallet you knew you could still jump in the old gas guzzler, travel to the nearest Piggly Wiggly, and come home laden with two loaves and ten boxes of macaroni and cheese. (That the textures of the bread and the packaging of the mac & cheese were roughly equivalent was of little matter to a country boy trying to cut out a life for himself in the big city.)

    Alas, the 99 cent gallon of gas, the 25 cent loaf, and the 20 cent mixed box of pasta and powdered simulated cheese food are now but historical markers of poor nourishment and higher efficiency transportation.

    But Americans should be pleased to know that these days in Dearborn, Michigan, the cornerstone of world currency is making a tremendous comeback. Despite inflation, despite world unrest, and despite advancing statism, a single greenback can still buy you an inalienable and self-evident natural right. Ah...freedom!

    (9 comments, 1007 words in story) Full Story

    Palin's Response

    By JGillman, Section Multimedia
    Posted on Wed Jan 12, 2011 at 04:18:10 PM EST
    Tags: Sarah Palin, Free Speech, Arizona, America (all tags)

    (6 comments) Comments >>

    Heated Rhetoric?

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Sun Jan 09, 2011 at 11:15:14 AM EST
    Tags: blame, Congresswoman, Conservatives, Daily Kos, democrats, free Speech, Giffords, liberals, Murder, politics, propaganda, Racism, Sarah Palin (all tags)

    ~ A reminder to keep on talking. We shall not be silenced.  - repost from MTTM ~

    A very bad thing happened yesterday.  A deranged man attacked a public figure, for a reason that only he might know.  In the process, he also attacked and killed others who may, or may not have been intended targets.  Apparently the initial target was a Democrat, and he used a gun.

    As was expected, there is posturing in the editorial theater about where the responsibility lays for yesterdays horrific act.  As was also expected, the initial barrage was aimed at conservative groups or individuals for 'fanning the flames' with talk radio, tea parties etc.  And there is no surprise that Sarah Palin, whom the left fears with the darkest and seemingly largest parts of their souls, would become a target yet again.

    While there are countless blogs, and news articles that link Palin's electoral target map to this one man's insanity,  I will present the work of merely ONE writer, as it encompasses the complete propaganda package in it's entirety.

    More below.

    (25 comments, 1299 words in story) Full Story

    The COST..

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Oct 12, 2010 at 09:34:19 AM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Free Speech, 1st Amendment, One Chance, Constitution, Cost, Fake Tea (all tags)

    I haven't yet begun the hunt for the benefactors of the Fake Tea Party signature campaign.  I will gladly accept any leads, or perhaps suggestions which rocks to look under. However, if I was a guessing guy, I would have to have at least one guess point towards a guy who's name begins with "S" and ends with "oros."

    But that is old news right?

    Not that the press gives a lick about who is funding such things.  No matter that what we were able to fight off here in Michigan, a lie that in other states still stands.  The fakers who pretend to stand for something, in an attempt to deny the people suffrage. Fraud.

    One might expect a properly operating government institution to investigate such things.  

    Certainly, credit where credit is due to the board of canvassers and its handling of the Michigan fake Tea fiasco.  We were lucky that statutory language provided a technicality that the fraudsters could not overcome, even in the appeals process.  The rule of Law triumphed, and even given the two Democrats who voted AGAINST the rule of law in the board of canvassers (those persons should be removed immediately) the appeals court, and a denial to hear by the Michigan Supreme Court shows the "system" is still functional.

    But being lucky is not good enough when there is so much money inserted into the process by sources that would do us harm.. and make the cost of dealing with it so high.

    (2 comments, 697 words in story) Full Story

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