Rancho Cucamonga, CA /Operation Rescue/— Three members of the Survivors were arrested on Tuesday, November 13, 2007, on Chaffey College campus in Rancho Cucamonga, California, in one of the most egregious displays of police misconduct that we have heard about in years.
The three young men, Joey Cox, and brothers James and Jason Conrad, were on campus to obtain permits for a pro-life outreach at the college. They had learned through many experiences to record their dealings for their protection. At Chaffey, the young men had both video and audio recorders running. Continue reading
Sunday I crawled into the Archives, braving the dark and ancient archival hazards, scattering the dust.
And I emerged from that cavernous mystery (where some say the Ark of the Covenant is still hidden) with the prize I had sought: the MacGuffin of my last article, the Crowley Artifacts. In the wee hours of Monday morning I scanned two crucial documents whose antique pre-MSDOS characters were, first, stamped, letter-by-letter by engraved hammers striking through cloth covered with ink, and, later, transferred, by offset lithography, to the kind of flat, fibrous medium they used to manufacture from fallen trees. It was a 40 year old newspaper of the American New Left Communist Underground, and it contained the work of Walt (not Aleister) Crowley, co-founder of HistoryLink.org.
Reproduced for your edification, here, are the letter published in October, 1967, to which I referred in my Crowley obituary, and Crowley-original art taken directly from the cover of the following month’s issue of the Helix. I don’t know where else you can see these things but here, on www.theReaganWing.com. Continue reading
I only knew Walt Crowley “from across the yard,” as it were, in school and, later, politics, not personally, but I knew him for a very long time and enough to know things you will not, generally, read about him.
As has been the case with the passing of Norm Maleng and Jennifer Dunn, talking heads (including John Carlson) are lining up to say nice things about Crowley, his service to the community, etc., and it is indicative of the state of the State of Washington that this particular trail of mini-celebrities is now, in death, “beloved” by other celebrities. Most celebrities, I find, are nice people… at least in public… where we can watch them. But they become virtual saints when they pass on.
Two failed cloture motions in the Senate yesterday (roughly 8 hours apart) stopped the drive-by passage of “Z-Visa” amnesty for millions of foreign habitual criminals, all of them living in America by identification theft or forgery, tax violations or welfare. Continue reading
On January 7, 2004, standing in the East Room of the White House, George Bush announced his plans to legalize millions of foreign criminals.
The reverberations from that announcement have been becoming more intense for three years. In less than a year all four cabinet members standing with the President, that day, would resign. In the 2006 national election Republicans would be voted out of majorities in both houses of Congress – a political advantage that had taken 40 years to obtain.
The day following the announcement, January 8, 2004, the King County Republican Party administration of Michael Young and Lori Sotelo through their paid executive director, Ross Marzolf, announced their full support of the Amnesty scheme with a multi-bulleted email message of such platitudes and distortions as to bring tears to the eyes of an aluminum siding salesman.
A year later they moved their pro-Bush Amnesty choice into the Republican Party’s State Chairmanship and then filled the National Cmmitteewoman postion with a Washington State Republican national Hispanic Assembly member who insists on being called “Mexican.” In January ’07, another member of the National Hispanic Republican amnesty group became State Party Vice Chair. How do you suppose they were able to score Amnesty Architect Karl Rove for their Lincoln Day Dinner? Continue reading
It’s a Culture of Lawlessnes.
“…To make matters worse there are many well meaning churches and pastors who are giving sanctuary to illegal aliens when they should be calling them to repentance. Many Pastors have adopted a view that being kind to strangers entitles the stranger to disobey the authorities and steal the hard earned livings of American citizens. These kinds of church polices are hardly loving your neighbor as yourself. I implore those who pity the alien and the stranger to demand that the Mexican government cease from its own corruption and oppression in the name of Jesus Christ, instead of aiding a culture of anarchy in our own country…” Continue reading