Jena 6: A Study of Racism and Race Relations

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.
Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

For an objective view of the demonstrators that descended on Jena, Louisiana, let’s use a scientific application to reach a fair and accurate comparative analysis. We will use Newton’s Third Law of Motion: for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Ensuing is a hypothetically equal and opposite reaction, based on numerical and intrinsic facts mirroring the events of Jena, Louisiana by Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson et al.

An estimated 20,000 protesters swarmed the streets of Jena, Louisiana on Sept. 20, 2007 in protest of 6 black teens, either convicted or indicted, for the violent and brutal racially motivated beating of Justin Barker, a white classmate of the 6. To gain a balanced perspective, contrast it with the Duke rape case in the first few days before the case fell apart. Four white Duke lacrosse players were charged with raping a black female stripper from Durham North Carolina who was hired to entertain at their party.

Three months prior to the beating, there were hangman’s nooses hung from a tree that the white students congregated under. The nooses were hung after blacks students started congregated under the same tree. With a three month span between the nooses and the beating, it would make the two events mutually exclusive. To directly link the two events, as the protesters are attempting to do, through causal analysis, would be a miscarriage of logic.

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Should Washington D.C. Have Voting Rights In Congress?

Article I Section 2. The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several states, and the electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislature.No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty five years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that state in which he shall be chosen.

D.C. voting bill tripped up in the Senate


September 19, 2007

thehill.com

The D.C. voting rights bill failed to attract the 60 votes necessary to limit debate in the Senate on Tuesday as one Democrat joined most Republicans in dealing a major setback to efforts to give the District a full voting member of Congress.

Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.), a sponsor of the measure, said he was “deeply disappointed and deeply outraged” by the failure, but remained optimistic.

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Hillary Clinton Rolls Out Healthcare Reform: HillaryCare ll

 

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One country, one constitution, one destiny.
Daniel Webster

 

Hillary Clinton has unveiled her second attempt at socialized medicine 13 years after the original debacle. This time, as John Edwards and Barack Obama plan does, she is requiring that every American have health care at the cost of $110 billion per year. This is an overview since not one Democrat presidential candidate has presented any details of any plan on anything as of this date. Clinton stated, “Specific mechanism would be worked out once the plan was passed.” As with any socialized medicine plan being converted from private industry, what has slowly emerged so far with Clinton, Obama and Edwards, is how punitive it will be not to submit.

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Elvira Arellano: Mother, Ambassador and Criminal

Elvira Arellano was deported last month after receiving sanctuary from a church in Chicago for the past year. Her crimes: illegally entering the U.S., getting caught and deported, entering illegally again, stealing the social security number and I.D. of an American citizen, getting a job at O’Hare International Airport working in a secure area and having an anchor baby. She was caught up in “Operation Chicagoland Skies”, a federal sting to root out terrorist. After being convicted of her federal crimes she skipped her deportation hearing and became a fugitive, thus holing up in the church for a year.

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The Democrats Show Their True Faces In Petraeus Hearing

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If you were to stamp the modern day Republican party with a face it would be Ronald Reagan– even though his presidency was 20 years ago. There have been two Republican presidents since then, although they campaigned as Republicans, one ended up being middle of the road moderate and the other did an about face and his inner liberal reared its ugly head.

If you have followed the Petraeus hearings on Capital Hill the past couple of days, you saw the face of the Democrat party. Since they are such a progressive organization it is hard to pin a definitive face on them week to week. A face that represents them one week might not be far enough from mainstream the next week. It primarily depends on who they are pandering to on any given week. The face of the Democrat party is ambiguous and not straightforward because so much of it is the same old empty rhetoric bouncing from one Democrat talking head to the next. You would have to incarnate the ensuing juxtapositions to manifest a face.

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Stop Wasting Money on Katrina Recovery Efforts

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

Chinese Proverb

Republican presidential candidate Tom Tancredo continues to defy the rules of political correctness with the hard truth. There is only one problem- no one wants to hear the truth. He has cut through the politically correct babble of illegal immigration and identified the problems along with solutions. He is now taking on the cesspool of Louisiana politics and the absolute inability of an entire state, city and residents who are incapable of taking care of themselves on any level without government assistance.

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Tough Week for National Security, Good Week for Illegal Immigration

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This was a tough week for national security and the rule of law but it was a great week for illegal immigration. It’s not rocket science to connect the dots or digest the preponderance of events this past week to see the alarming effects illegal aliens, activist courts, the Bush administration and Mexico’s apparent control over policy in this county is having. The depth of the breach of national security is endless with the combination.

The first two news articles below are the results of rulings by the 9th circuit court of appeals in San Francisco on Friday. The fact that these rulings came out of this court is somewhat comforting since this is the most fundamentally flawed court the U.S. has ever produced, and the most overturned and in all likelihood the rulings will be reversed on appeal. This court is on track to have created more laws than the legislative branch with their activists agenda. This is a court that needs to be pulled out by the roots, broken up, and reassembled into at least 3 courts. A few of their honorable stats:

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