Updated: FBI raids in Washtenaw, Lenawee counties tied to Michigan militia group
Posted: Today, 2 hours ago
The FBI conducted raids Saturday night in Washtenaw County and Lenawee County in an investigation involving members of Hutaree, a Christian-oriented militia group based in Lenawee County, AnnArbor.com has learned.
The nature of those raids has not been made public. FBI Special Agent Jason Pack, who is based in Washington, D.C., said he did not know how many people were taken into custody. Gina Balaya, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Detroit, could not be reached for comment today.
With a resume for questionable relations with women that would keep any ordinary sleazebag out of public office for life his staff created a special purpose entity called the “War Room”to deal with the inevitable bimbo eruptions during his campaign for the Presidency.
They did not call it “Rumor Control Central” or “Operation Media”, nooo, they called it the War Room because Democrats understand a fundamental fact the rest of us too frequently overlook: Politics is war by institutional control and the object of war is to kill people and break things.
And boy howdy, have Democrats ever perfected the art of killing people and breaking things by institutional control over the past century.
Forget about the forty million government approved abortions over the past half century brought to you by Liberal Democrat Theology, even though it is a record that would make Stalin or Pol Pot or yea, even Hitler blush with envy.
The Welshman over at The Liberty Sphere writes eloquently about the destructive politics of pragmatism that seem to cripple honest debate and effective ‘loyal opposition’ whenever principles of limited government are at stake.
A must read.
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
The Abject Failure of ‘Pragmatism’
‘Pragmatism,’ as it pertains to politics, is the concept that maintains one must place negotiation and compromise ahead of principle in order to ‘get things done.’
The obvious problem inherent in that mode of thinking is, what, exactly, have you ‘gotten done’ once you have negotiated and compromised away all of your core principles?
Yes, I dearly miss the Sepia Tone Founding Fathers Colonial Theme, but really, with this theme I can do so much more than I have been able to do with the Quentin Theme including, but not limited to, linking to every link to which I have ever wanted to link!
Finally! I can have one of those thousand link columns like the David Codrea War On Guns Blog.
(Yes, I have been seething with envy lo, these many months!)
The biggest change I would like to see with this theme is to be able to use the brown and tan sepia colors of the Quentin Theme.
And they say guys have no sense of design! Ha! Ha, I say!
So vote if you must, but I will probably stick with this theme for a while.