Flemington, NJ Tea Party

The website for the Flemington Tea Party (SM) group, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

"Most Transparent Administration Ever"

Yeah, right. More like "Most Transparently Fraudulent Administration Ever."

Nov. 24 (Bloomberg) -- At first it was just an unverifiable assertion. Now it turns out to have been a case of bureaucratic ineptitude and possible fraud. Transparency and accountability aren’t working out the way President Barack Obama had hoped.

The administration was already skating on thin ice when it announced on Oct. 30, with great fanfare, that 640,329 jobs had been created or saved as a result of the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Not 640,000, or even 640,300. Six-hundred-forty-thousand- three-hundred-and-twenty-nine.

Asked about accumulating reports of phony jobs in phantom districts, Obamatold Fox News’s Major Garrett that “this is an inexact science.”

Turned into an exact one by his administration, I might add.

Read the whole thing:

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Phyllis Schlafly: "Congress Must Stop the Trial in New York City"

Phyllis Schlafly, who has been a (brilliant) conservative activist since the 1970s, points out in this article that Congress has the power to stop the Obama administration from granting the 9/11 terrorists full Constitutional rights and a criminal trial in NYC.

As she points out in this article, (and in her book "The Supremacists", which I highly recommend), there is no question whatsoever that Congress has this power under the Constitution, although not many people are aware of it. As she says:

Constitutional authority is clear. Article III, Section I, states, "The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish."

Nothing is new or irregular about Congress prescribing or limiting the kinds of cases that federal courts are permitted to hear. A long historical record conclusively proves that Congress has the power to regulate and limit court jurisdiction, that Congress has used this power repeatedly, and the courts have accepted it.

Read the whole article here:

ClimateGate: The Earth has Been Cooling

If you've missed it, there is a scandal brewing in the "Warmist" (un)scientific community, over a trove of emails and data that has been publicly released, revealing that scientists have conspired to conceal and alter data that did not support their false "Global Warming" hypothesis.

You can read about it in these posts on the PowerLine blog. They're a bit long, but well worth reading because they'll quickly get you up to speed on this emerging scandal, that has the potential to blow the lid off of this "Fraud of the Century".

The emails and data are still being combed through, and more revelations are coming out. The latest concerns emails in which Warmist "scientists" reveal that they know full well that the Earth has been cooling over the last several years, and has the potential to continue this trend for quite a while. The details are in this post:

One of the most revealing statements is this, by one of the "scientists" involved:

Also - relevant to your statement - A1B-AR4 runs show potential for a distinct lack of warming in the early 21st C, which I'm sure skeptics would love to see replicated in the real world.

What this "scientist" really means is that (un)scientific fraudsters would hate to see a "distinct lack of warming", since it would reveal them all as the charlatans they are.