Newest member of The Liars Club

While there have been calls for James Clapper, president Obama’s Director of National Intelligence, to resign because of his admitted lies to Congress, Obama continues to defend him, only saying that Clapper should have been ‘more careful’ in his testimony to Congress, i.e., it’s ok if he lies but he should be more careful to not get caught. Of course, liars have to stand together since Obama has also been complicit in these lies.
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Oh frabjous day! Callooh! Callay! Orly Taitz is running for office again!

Long time readers of this blog know that Orly Taitz is my all time favorite person. Search her name on my blog and you will find so many entries that I fear that it is bordering on an obsession. But I cannot help it because she is so adorable. I feel I know her so well that although we have never met, I feel comfortable calling her by her first name, especially since she commented once on this blog. I feel that it makes us close even though, alas, it appears from her comment that she does not hold me in the same high esteem that I have for her.
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Veteran’s monument ruled unconstitutional

On Tuesday, February 25, 2014, Central California US District Judge Stephen V. Wilson ruled that a veterans memorial monument that the city of Lake Elsinore proposed placing in front of the city’s minor league baseball stadium showing a soldier kneeling in front of a cross was unconstitutional because it violated both the U.S. Constitution’s Establishment Clause and the Establishment and No Preference Clauses of the California Constitution.
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The ever-revolving door between government and Wall Street

The incestuous relationship between the big investment banks and the US Treasury Department, nowhere more exemplified than by the revolving door between the two sectors, is one of the big scandals of our time. The pattern is for Secretaries of the Treasury to come from Wall Street firms or investment banks, do favors for their friends while in office, and then return there once they leave. The current secretary Jack Lew is a slight exception in that he had served only two years on Wall Street as COO of Citigroup. It will be interesting to see whether he will take a lucrative job on Wall Street once he leaves office.
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