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April 2013

Tsarnaev Family Received $100G in Benefits: Chris Cassidy


The Tsarnaev family, including the suspected terrorists and their parents, benefited from more than $100,000 in taxpayer-funded assistance — a bonanza ranging from cash and food stamps to Section 8 housing from 2002 to 2012, the Herald has learned.

“The breadth of the benefits the family was receiving was stunning,” said a person with knowledge of documents handed over to a legislative committee today.

The state has handed over more than 500 documents to the 11-member House Post Audit and Oversight Committee, which today met for the first time and plans to call in officials from the Department of Transitional Assistance to testify.

“I can assure members of the public that this committee will actively review every single piece of information we can find because clearly the public has a substantial right to know what benefits, if any, this family or individuals accused of some horrific crimes were receiving,” said state Rep. David Linsky (D-Natick), the committee’s chairman.

Linsky’s committee has requested documents from the DTA, the state’s Medicaid director and Health and Human Services Secretary John Polanowicz. But so far the committee has not released the records publicly, citing a privilege the DTA is asserting under state law.

ANNE BAYEFSKY:Bill Hambrecht’s Connection to UN Boston Terror Apologist Richard Falk

http://www.humanrightsvoices.org/ The UN Human Rights Council’s “human rights expert” Richard Falk has been enthusiastically welcomed in certain quarters after his obscene remarks on Boston’s “canaries” and justifiable “resistance” to “the American global domination project.” Monday evening in Beirut, Lebanon, Falk received an honor named after none other than one of the biggest Democratic money men […]



Justice Minister Tzipi Livni is livid these days. Not because her other job, heading the government’s negotiations with the Palestinians, is a joke. No, she is one of those la-la-land residents who still believe that there are two sides to the story of an imminent two-state solution. So she is very proud to have been given the position as chief peace broker.

As usual, Livni is far angrier at her actual coalition partners in Israel than she is at her imaginary cohorts in the Palestinian Authority. Her latest huff came to the fore following reports in the Israeli press that Finance Minister Yair Lapid was considering supporting Economy and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett’s bid to legislate a national referendum ahead of any final-status deal with the Palestinians.

Though Lapid supports a two-state solution and Bennett does not, the former purportedly intends to discuss the matter with the members of his party, Yesh Atid. If they do not agree to join forces with Bennett’s party, Habayit Hayehudi, on this matter, legislation for a referendum has little chance of passing a Knesset vote.

Livni, who has turned mounting her high horse into an art form, gave an interview to Army Radio on Sunday in which she attacked the very idea of putting any peace deal with the Palestinians to a public vote.

“The general elections are the true referendum,” she said. In other words, Israelis went to the polls on Jan. 22 and had their say. That constituted a mandate for their elected officials to make all the decisions.

This is a valid point, but not one that Livni has any right to make. In 2000, when she was a Likud Knesset member, she supported a bill that would require a public referendum ahead of any Knesset-approved deal with the Palestinian Authority.


The day is nigh when mainstream media will report a deadly assault thus:

A store owner, known as a bigot, was recently the object of an unauthorized redistribution of wealth, conducted by two youths of indeterminate color, religion, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, and age.

Police have disclosed that one has a previous arrest for smoking under the age of 21 and drinking more tha 16ounces of soda, in direct contravention of the laws of Rex Maximus Bloombergensis.



At an April 17 session before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, the new Secretary of State, John Kerry, lightly dismissed the assassination of a U.S. ambassador and three security personnel in Benghazi, Libya, saying “I don’t think anybody lied to anybody. And let’s find out exactly, together, what happened, because we need — we got a lot more important things to move on to and get done.”

This has been the party line of the White House since the attack occurred on September 11, 2012. The initial response was to send out the hapless lackey, then-US Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, to tell absurd lies about a video that incited the attack. Even the Libyan president dismissed that.

Operating on the belief that the longer the attack recedes into the past, the less likely it will be a political problem, the administration continues to stonewall. That’s not going to happen. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), speaking on Fox News on April 27 promised “explosive” congressional hearings regarding the Benghazi attack, saying they are “coming soon.”

Larry Bell, a Forbes columnist, noted that “The House interim report states that ‘reductions of security levels prior to the attacks in Benghazi were approved at the highest levels of the State Department, up to and including Secretary Clinton.'”

A group, Special Operations Speaks, recently sent a letter to House Speaker John Boehner, raising the following questions:

Why was there no military response to the events in Benghazi?

Were military assets in the region available? If not, why not? If so, were they alerted?

Were assets deployed to any location in preparation for a rescue or recovery attempt?

Was military assistance requested by the Department of State? If so, what type?

Were any US Army/Navy/USMC assets available to support the US diplomats in Benghazi during the attack?

What, if any, recommendations for military action were made by DOD and the US Africa Command?

What, if any, non-military assistance was provided during the attack?

How many US personnel were injured in Benghazi?

Why have the survivors of the attack not been questioned?

Where are the survivors?


The Words Banned By Obama – on The Glazov Gang


This week’s Glazov Gang had the honor of being joined by actor Dwight Schultz, (DwightSchultzFansite.nl), Ann-Marie Murrell, the National Director of PolitiChicks.tv and Nonie Darwish, the author of The Devil We Don’t Know.

The Gang gathered to discuss The Words Banned By Obama. The guests reflected on how we can defend ourselves from Jihad if we are not even allowed to say its name. The discussion occurred in the context of the Boston Marathon Massacre and how the Left has made us vulnerable to Islamic terrorist attacks due to its Jihad Denial. One of the key topics in the analysis was: Why Eric Holder Shut The Mouth of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. In this dialogue, the guests unveiled what the Obama administration doesn’t want you to know about the Jihad in Boston.

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A reign plagued by missed opportunities to defend Dutch culture from Islamic hostility.

Today is Queen’s Day in the Netherlands. It’s also the last day on the job for the reigning monarch, Beatrix, who’s stepping down after having been on the throne since her own mother, Juliana, abdicated in 1980.

I’ve been in every kingdom in Europe, but in none of them, I think it’s fair to say, are the people as enthusiastic about their sovereign as in the Netherlands. Take Queen’s Day itself: it’s the Dutch equivalent to the Fourth of July, but the focus is not on the people and their history but on the head of state, whose birthday it celebrates. Go on a pub crawl in any Dutch town and you’ll encounter – guaranteed – one framed (and, quite frequently, enormous) portrait after another of Beatrix, usually over the bar, sometimes with a big vase of fresh tulips in front of it. One grows accustomed to hearing Brits complaining about the Windsors’ luxurious lifestyles, and in Norway the levels of cynicism about and indifference to the royals is surprisingly high. But don’t ever say a critical word about Beatrix to a Dutchman, unless you want to end up with a bicycle frame wrapped around your neck.

This high level of affection for Beatrix is rather surprising, given the fact that her ride hasn’t always been a smooth one. Start with her 1966 marriage to Claus von Amsberg, who before marrying her was a German diplomat, and, before that, a member of the Hitler Youth and Wehrmacht. In a country where the anti-German sentiment engendered by World War II is still palpable to this day – probably higher than anywhere else in Western Europe – the match didn’t go over well, and the wedding day was marked by massive protests.

Then there’s her wealth. Everyone knows that Queen Elizabeth II is rolling in dough, b

Holder Visits ADL, Ignores Anti-Semitism, Talks about Helping Muslims Posted By Daniel Greenfield

http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/holder-visits-adl-ignores-anti-semitism-talks-about-helping-muslims/print/ Somehow I don’t think Holder will visit CAIR and spend most of his time talking about Anti-Semitism. But Obama Inc. keeps showing where its priorities lie and who it stands with. “Our investigation into this matter remains ongoing – and I want to assure you that my colleagues and I are determined to hold […]


http://frontpagemag.com/2013/ben-shapiro/the-president-of-hollywood/ There was a time when the artistic community felt an obligation to speak truth to power. It was called the Bush years. Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central hosted the White House Correspondents’ Dinner back in 2006, and proceeded to blast President George W. Bush repeatedly, suggesting that “reality has a well-known liberal bias,” that […]


http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/ Someone chalked a long red line along the street outside my building. The line is sloppy, it turns, wavers and meanders. Car tires have already rubbed it pink in places and dogs have done to it what large four-legged animals do naturally when taken out of the confines of narrow apartments. The line turns […]