Friday, September 30, 2005

I'll be on Flashpoint on Local6 at 7:30AM Saturday

Hosted by Lauren Rowe I'll be on along with...

Carol Cox, Seminole County Democrats
Patrick Howell, Log Cabin Republicans
John McCarthy, Florida today.

Here are some of the things we're talking about.

FEMA- Brown's testimony

Approval Ratings, and new numbers that show people are unsure about the economy.

Tom DeLay Indicted

UCF Shooting

Sandra Day O'Connor's replacement

White House criticizes Bennett's remarks on blacks

The White House on Friday criticized as "not appropriate" a comment from former Education Secretary William Bennett that aborting black babies would reduce the crime rate.

Bennett, a conservative radio commentator, stirred outrage for saying on his talk show on Wednesday: "But I do know that it's true that if you wanted to reduce crime, you could, if that were your sole purpose, you could abort every black baby in this country and your crime rate would go down."

"That would be an impossibly ridiculous and morally reprehensible thing to do, but your crime rate would go down,"
he said on his call-in program "Morning in America."

"The president believes the comments were not appropriate," White House spokesman Scott McClellan said.

See video of Bill Bennent defending his comments on Hannity and Colmes HERE.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

We'll find out what really happened at the Citrus Bowl last Saturday.

Joining me at 7AM Ashley Burns, Managing Editor of Central Florida Future. It's the Student newspaper at UCF. They've scooped everyone, Sentinel, TV stations. We'll find out what really went down at the Citrus Bowl last Saturday. What led up to the fatal shooting of undercover officer Mario Jenkins?

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Now this is how a liberal helps a hurricane victim.

Arkansas clinic offers free abortion in wake of Hurricane Katrina

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. A doctor in Arkansas is offering to perform abortions for hurricane evacuees for free.

Doctor Jerry Edwards runs the Little Rock Family Planning clinic. It's the only one in central Arkansas. Normally it charges 525 to 600 dollars for an abortion but he has already performed six for free.

Doctor Edwards say it may be too dangerous for evacuees to wait until they're able to return home.

But the head of the anti-abortion group, Arkansas Right to Life, says abortions will only further traumatize women who've already lost so much in the hurricanes.

Now that's liberal compassion for you!

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

How could they get it so wrong?

Katrina: A toll of inaccuracies by the news media

As reported by the LA Times today, the media did little to confirm or refute rumors about the mayhem and devastation caused by Katrina.

“Journalists and officials who have reviewed the Katrina disaster blamed the inaccurate reporting in large measure on the breakdown of telephone service, which prevented dissemination of accurate reports to those most in need of the information. Race may have also played a factor.

“The wild rumors filled the vacuum and seemed to gain credence with each retelling — that an infant's body had been found in a trash can, that sharks from Lake Pontchartrain were swimming through the business district, that hundreds of bodies had been stacked in the Superdome basement.”—LA Times, 9.27.05

Tim Graham from The Media Research Center joins me at 7AM to talk about it.

Death may lead to tailgating curbs

The Orlando Sentinel is reporting...

A ban on alcohol at future University of Central Florida football games and curbs on tailgating are measures a new task force will consider after an Orlando police officer shot and killed an undercover campus policeman during a rowdy pre-game gathering Saturday.
Does this make any sense? Punish the fans because the cops screwed up?

Here is the response from the Diocese of Orlando regarding my inquiry about Nicholas Cudemo

Dear Ms. Campbell,
Nicholas Cudemo was removed from the clerical state and is not serving as a priest in the Diocese of Orlando. He is believed to be residing in Orlando. We have informed the appropriate people of this information; that he was accused of child sexual abuse; and that he is not to engage in any parish ministry.

It is not against the law for him to reside in Orlando. It is against our policy for him to serve in parish ministry in the Diocese of Orlando.

Carol Brinati
Director of Communications
Diocese of Orlando

Here is my original e-mail

I was reading a story about Priests and sexual abuse in the Philadelpia Inquirer. I ran across this...

Father Cudemo. "Father Nicholas V. Cudemo, ordained in 1963, was described to the Grand Jury as 'one of the sickest people I ever knew' by Monsignor James E. Molloy, Cardinal Bevilacqua's vicar for administration. Father Cudemo raped an 11-year-old girl, molested a fifth grader in the confessional, invoked God to seduce and shame his victims, and maintained sexually abusive relationships simultaneously with several girls from the Catholic school where he was a teacher. His own family sued him for molesting a cousin.

"Yet, with serious allegations against the priest on record, Cardinal Bevilacqua twice promoted him to serve as pastor of Philadelphia parishes. Only after victims threatened to name the Cardinal and the Archdiocese in a lawsuit was Fr. Cudemo removed from his pastorate." He was permitted to retire in good standing in 1997 and moved to Orlando, Fla.

Have you ever hear of this man? Is he here in Orlando? Is he working for the Diocese? Does he have access to children?

Pat Campbell
Host of The Pat Campbell Show
as heard on 540WFLA Orlando, FL
Monday thru Friday 6:00AM to 9:00AM ET

What does Laura Bush have in common with Hitler's dog?

Ask Bill Maher.

HBO "Real Time" host Bill Maher compared first lady Laura Bush to "Hitler's dog" during his Friday night cablecast, after flashing a parody photo of Mrs. Bush with a black eye, as if she'd been a victim of domestic abuse.

After the photo display, Maher was challenged by guest panelist Christopher Hitchens, who told him: "It must be to [George Bush's] credit he got Laura Bush to marry him. She's an absolutely extraordinary woman."

To that, Maher replied: "Oh, come on. That's like Hitler's dog loved him. That is the silliest reason ..."

Watch the video HERE.

How to pay for the $200 Billion Katrina Bailout

Tancredo wants U.S. to sell off land for Katrina aid
The congressman from Littleton introduces legislation to get federal acreage on the market to help offset hurricane costs.

Washington - Millions of acres of government-owned land in the West should be sold to pay the bill for Hurricane Katrina recovery, Rep. Tom Tancredo said Wednesday.

The government owns more than 650 million acres, mostly in the Western states.

"Do you think that an area 10 times the area of the state of Colorado is appropriate for the federal government to own?" Tancredo said.


Why Not Kill The Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit?

* The program hasn't started yet so if it's killed no one will actually lose any benefits.

* The program was originally billed as costing $400 billion dollars over its first 10 years. That number has already been inflated to over $720 billion dollars and it will likely continue to increase.

Report: Murders and Other New Orleans Violence in Katrina's Wake Untrue or Unsubstantiated

Say what? Welcome to Revisionism 101. What's really going on here?

The New Orleans Times-Picayune wrote yesterday (September 26th) that most of the reports of murders, rapes and other violence in New Orleans -- specifically in the Superdome and at the Convention Center -- have been found to be false or unsubstantiated by the evidence.

At the Superdome, where there were reports broadcast around the world of murders, rapes and gang violence, a total of six bodies were actually discovered. Four died of natural causes, one overdosed, and another jumped to his death in an apparent suicide. Four bodies were found at the Convention Center, only one of whom appeared to have been killed. Further, Orleans Parish District Attorney Eddie Jordan told the newspaper authorities had confirmed just four murders in New Orleans in the wake of Katrina, a typical week for the city. Jones expressed anger at reports that flood victims had turned into rampaging mobs.

Reports of mayhem came not just from evacuees, but from officials too, including Mayor Ray Nagin, who told Oprah Winfrey about armed gang members raping and killing people inside the Superdome. He charged the crowd had descended to a, quote, "almost animalistic state." However, few of those reports are backed with any evidence, and most of the stories had turned out to be false, according to key military, law enforcement, medical and civilians officials, the paper reports.

Because of the widespread reports of violence, Louisiana National Guard Lieutenant Colonel Jacques Thibodeaux assembled a 1,000-man force of soldiers and police in battle gear to secure the Convention Center on September 2nd. But he says they met no resistance, and secured the center in 20 minutes. They found only old people and infants near death because of a lack of food, water and medicine and crowds of people living in filth, but no evidence, witnesses or victims of any murders, rapes or beatings.

Why change the story now? Who benefits? Were all of those people lying? If so why?

Monday, September 26, 2005

State Rep. Randy Johnson joins me at 7AM to talk about the Citizens Property Insurance scandal

Details of bribe charges smack state-run insurer
The former top executive at Citizens is accused of accepting a motorcycle and not divulging relevant business ties.

Fla.-run insurer faces scandal
Tallahassee - A key executive with Florida's insurer of last resort has resigned amid allegations he accepted bribes from a firm hired to adjust hurricane damage claims.

R. Paul Hulsebusch stepped down as chief operating officer of Citizens Property Insurance two days after the firm was told of accusations he accepted gifts worth more than $25,000 from a Citizens contractor.

Hulsebusch had been hired to help state-run Citizens contend with a claims-handling crisis in the wake of four hurricanes last year.

Thursday, Chief Financial Officer Tom Gallagher asked for a criminal investigation into allegations against Hulsebusch.
Plus we'll find out how hurricanee Katrina and Rita will impact our insurance rates.

Rep. Curt Weldon joins me at 8AM to discuss the "Able Danger" cover-up.


WASHINGTON, Sep 21 - Congressman Curt Weldon (R-Pa.), Vice Chairman of the House Armed Services and Homeland Security Committees, gave the following testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee on intelligence sharing issues, and particularly Able Danger - a Department of Defense planning effort to identify and target the linkages and relationships of Al-Qaeda worldwide. Read his testimony HERE.

Sunday, September 25, 2005

Another document dump in the Jessica Lunsford case. is reporting...

OCALA - A slew of documents released Friday in the upcoming Jessica Lunsford murder trial includes documents that refer to a younger, troubled John Evander Couey who was still haunted by his childhood demons.

The 817-page documents release also includes all his Department of Corrections records, restitution records and the search warrant police obtained for the Homosassa home where Jessica was allegedly taken to and slain.
Rumor has it Couey is trying to work a deal. In exchange for testimony pointing the finger at an accomplice he wants life instead of the death penalty. What should Brad King do? I'm talking about it Monday.

OPD mistakenly kills UCF officer

The Orlando Sentinel is reporting...

Pre-game shooting at citrus bowl University identifies victim as Officer Mario Jenkins -- UCF student also is wounded, taken to ORMC Officer

A party before the University of Central Florida football home opener turned deadly Saturday when an Orlando police officer shot and killed an undercover university police officer working with state agents to stop illegal drinking.

Needless to say I'll be talking about this Monday morning.

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Do you know anything about this man?

I was reading a story about Priests and sexual abuse in the Philadelphia Inquirer. I ran across this...

Father Cudemo. "Father Nicholas V. Cudemo, ordained in 1963, was described to the Grand Jury as 'one of the sickest people I ever knew' by Monsignor James E. Molloy, Cardinal Bevilacqua's vicar for administration. Father Cudemo raped an 11-year-old girl, molested a fifth grader in the confessional, invoked God to seduce and shame his victims, and maintained sexually abusive relationships simultaneously with several girls from the Catholic school where he was a teacher. His own family sued him for molesting a cousin.

"Yet, with serious allegations against the priest on record, Cardinal Bevilacqua twice promoted him to serve as pastor of Philadelphia parishes. Only after victims threatened to name the Cardinal and the Archdiocese in a lawsuit was Fr. Cudemo removed from his pastorate." He was permitted to retire in good standing in 1997 and moved to Orlando, Fla.
Have you ever hear of this man? Is he here in Orlando? Is he working for the Diocese? Does he have access to children?

Friday, September 23, 2005

Gov. Bush warns residents of gas shortages

Jeb creates a self fulfilling prophecy. Listeners of the PC Show flock to gas stations to top of their tank and hoard gas. We discussed some possible solutions to the impending crisis including temporarily lowering the speed limit to 55 for 90 days and good old 70's style rationing.

Greyhound screens for illegal immigrants

The Casper Star Tribune is reporting...

Greyhound agents prepare a bus heading for Los Angeles as a passenger boards Tuesday in San Diego. Greyhound has implemented procedures to deter the use of the buses by illegal immigrants.

SAN DIEGO -- Greyhound Lines Inc., the nation's largest intercity bus company, has threatened to fire employees who sell bus tickets to illegal immigrants under an internal policy that some Hispanic advocacy groups are calling an invitation to racial profiling.
Why is a private bus company doing the job of the immigration dept. or law enforcement?

The "Transportation of Illegal Aliens" policy warns Greyhound's customer service employees to beware of people in large groups, moving in single file and traveling with little or no luggage. It says other telltale signs include people "trying to hide or stay out of plain view" or large groups led by a "guide" who holds everyone's tickets.

Greyhound also says immigrant smugglers give themselves away by calling bus stations to ask if immigration authorities are present, and by loitering, repeatedly buying large numbers of tickets for other people and using phrases like, "These guys just crossed the line," "my cargo," and "I've got to move my people."

Thursday, September 22, 2005

“You are stuck on stupid, I’m not going to answer that question”

“You are stuck on stupid, I’m not going to answer that question”
- General Honore to reporter.

Video HERE. Thanks to ThePoliticalTeen.

Operation Able Danger Cover-Up?

Michelle Malkin has the goods!

Click HERE.

Pentagon gags 'Able Danger' testimony
Defense spokesman: 'We have expressed our security concerns'

Specter: Pentagon blocking 9-11 inquiry
'The American people are entitled to some answers'


Child-sex book canceled after WND report
'Expert' author claimed sex good for 'nurturing,' 'mentoring' young boys

Two days after WND exclusively reported on a new book claiming sex with children "can benefit" boys and even serve a "mentoring function," the publishing company has announced it is canceling the book in light of the public outcry the story prompted.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Is Church Street Haunted?

The Sentinel reports...

The husband-and-wife owners of Amura Japanese Restaurant planned to move into the historic building, which is across the street from their current downtown location, last November. But the couple backed out of the lease because of the reported presence of ghosts or apparitions, according to a letter from their attorney.

Two local Ghost Busters joined me this morning to talk about it. Ray Couch and Jack Roth of visted the PC Show.

New book promotes sex with children

I use to assume that all people would agree sex between adults and kids is wrong. I guess I was wrong.

WorldNetDaily is reporting...

Ph.D. 'expert' claims pederasty good for 'nurturing,' 'mentoring' young boys

A new book published by Haworth Press features multiple Ph.D. "experts" claiming that sex with children "can benefit" boys and even serve a "mentoring function."

"Same-Sex Desire and Love in Greco-Roman Antiquity and in the Classical Tradition of the West" features "scholarly" treatises by a raft of mostly-PhD academics, all praising earlier civilizations – particularly Greece and Rome – for the role homosexuality played in those ancient cultures.

In the chapter titled "Pederasty: An Integration of Cross-Cultural, Cross-Species, and Empirical Data," Bruce Rind Ph.D. lauds the rampant child molestation that reportedly occurred in those societies, at one point citing evolution as supporting a pro-pedophilia worldview. Writes Rind:

Pederasty, or sexual relations between men and adolescent boys, is condemned in our society as an unqualified evil that maims and destroys. In ancient Greece, samurai Japan, and numerous other cultures, pederasty was seen as the noblest of human relations, conducive if not essential to nurturing the adolescent's successful intellectual and physical maturation.
Current psychological and psychiatric theorizing have pronounced and promoted the former view, while ignoring the vast array of cross-cultural data related to the latter view. Mental health opinion has also ignored a wealth of cross-species data with important parallels. Instead, this opinion is based on feminist models of rape and incest, which are backed up by clinical research on child sexual abuse.


Homosexuals more likely to molest kids, study reports

A homosexual cannot automatically be considered a child molester, said Judith Reisman, president of the Institute for Media Education in suburban Louisville, Ky.

But with 17-24 percent of boys being abused by age 18, nearly as many as the 25 percent of girls, there is cause for concern, she said.

Since heterosexuals outnumber the homosexual population about 44 to 1, as a group the incidence of homosexuals molesting children is up to 40 times greater than heterosexuals, she said.

1972 Gay Rights Platform

1972 Gay Rights Platform



1. Amend all federal Civil Rights Acts, other legislation and government controls to prohibit discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations and public services.
2. Issuance by the President of an executive order prohibiting the military from excluding for reasons of their sexual orientation, persons who of their own volition desire entrance into the Armed Services; and from issuing less-than-fully-honorable discharges for homosexuality; and the upgrading to fully honorable all such discharges previously issued, with retroactive benefits.
3. Issuance by the President of an executive order prohibiting discrimination in the federal civil service because of sexual orientation, in hiring and promoting; and prohibiting discriminations against homosexuals in security clearances.
4. Elimination of tax inequities victimizing single persons and same-sex couples.
5. Elimination of bars to the entry, immigration and naturalization of homosexual aliens.
6. Federal encouragement and support for sex education courses, prepared and taught by Gay women and men, presenting homosexuality as a valid, healthy preference and lifestyle as a viable alternative to heterosexuality.
7. Appropriate executive orders, regulations and legislation banning the compiling, maintenance and dissemination of information on an individual's sexual preferences, behavior, and social and political activities for dossiers and data banks.
8. Federal funding of aid programs of Gay men's and women's organizations designed to alleviate the problems encountered by Gay women and men which are engendered by an oppressive sexist society.
9. Immediate release of all Gay women and men now incarcerated in detention centers, prisons and mental institutions because of sexual offense charges relating to victimless crimes or sexual orientation; and that adequate compensation be made for the physical and mental duress encountered; and that all existing records relating to the incarceration be immediately expunged.


1. All federal legislation and programs enumerated in Demands 1,6,7,8, and 9 above should be implemented at the State level where applicable.
2. Repeal of all state laws prohibiting private sexual acts involving consenting persons; equalization for homosexuals and heterosexuals for the enforcement of all laws.
3. Repeal all state laws prohibiting solicitation for private voluntary sexual liaisons; and laws prohibiting prostitution, both male and female.
4. Enactment of legislation prohibiting insurance companies and any other state-regulated enterprises from discriminating because of sexual orientation, in insurance and in bonding or any other prerequisite to employment or control of one's personal demesne.
5. Enactment of legislation so that child custody, adoption, visitation rights, foster parenting, and the like shall not be denied because of sexual orientation or marital status.
6. Repeal of all laws prohibiting transvestism and cross dressing.
7. Repeal of all laws governing the age of sexual consent.
8. Repeal of all legislative provisions that restrict the sex or number of persons entering into a marriage unit; and the extension of legal benefits to all persons who cohabit regardless of sex or numbers.

Why would anyone want to repeal the age of consent laws?


1. Justice Ginsburg is indeed on the record as having endorsed lowering the age of consent to 12. When she was a law professor at Columbia, she, Brenda Feigen-Fasteau, former director of the ACLU's Women's Rights Project, and 15 law students put together a report for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. The report, released in 1977, gave as one of its "Recommendations" (p. 102):

18 U.S.C. §2032 — Eliminate the phrase "carnal knowledge of any female, not his wife who has not attained the age of sixteen years" and substitute a Federal, sex-neutral definition of the offense patterned after S. 1400 §1633: A person is guilty of an offense if he engages in a sexual act with another person, not his spouse, and (1) compels the other person to participate: (A) by force or (B) by threatening or placing the other person in fear that any person will imminently be subjected to death, serious bodily injury, or kidnapping; (2) has substantially impaired the other person's power to appraise or control the conduct by administering or employing a drug or intoxicant without the knowledge or against the will of such other person, or by other means; or (3) the other person is, in fact, less than 12 years old.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Is the pope right to ban homosexual priests?

Pope bans homosexuals from ordination as priests
Applicants with 'gay' tendencies won't be admitted to seminaries

Pope Benedict XVI has given his approval to a new Vatican policy document that bans men with homosexual tendencies from being ordained as priests, reports Catholic World News.

The text, approved by Benedict at the end of August, says that homosexual men should not be admitted to seminaries even if they are celibate, because their condition suggests a serious personality disorder that detracts from their ability to serve as ministers, says the CWN report.

In order to fix a problem you must first correctly identify the problem. The sex scandal inside the Catholic Church is not about pedophilia. It is about adult males having sex with teenage males. We are talking about predatory homosexuals who are abusing their position to seduce teenage males. This is a no-brainer it is long overdue. My question is what do you do about the guys who have already slipped through the cracks?

To fully grasp and understand this problem I recommend the following books.

Goodbye, Good Men : How Liberals Brought Corruption Into the Catholic Church
by Michael S. Rose

The Myth of the Pedophile Priest

I promised you national attention for the Jan Hall story.

Thanks to our good friends at WorldNetDaily...

WFLA talk-show host Pat Campbell defended Hall.

"This lady sent a private, personal correspondence to her elected representatives voicing some of her very legitimate concerns about the school district," Campbell told WND.

The radio host mentioned problems with teacher certification and English-language issues in the local schools.

"When we bring this up on the radio, nobody has called up to say 'Jan Hall is a liar,'" Campbell explained.

Campbell said he is concerned, however, about some of the "sweeping generalizations" Hall made in the letter.

"I think some of them are maybe born out of ignorance," he said. "If anything, maybe she deserves to go to the 'Marge Schott-John Rocker School of Sensitivity Training,' but I don't think she deserves to lose her job."

Campbell says Hall fears going to the grocery store now because she has been portrayed as a racist.

"I don't think she's a racist," he told WND. "If she had used derogatory terms, I'd say she probably is a racist – but she didn't."

Campbell says he is hoping to uncover the identity of the person who shared the letter with El Nuevo Dia, saying whatever elected official turned it over "cannot be trusted."

Now it's on to the Cable News Networks!

Monday, September 19, 2005

I've invited the Director of El Nuevo Dia on my show to talk about the Jan Hall letter.

Jose Maldonado,

I'd like to get you on my show, via phone, to talk about the Jan Hall letter. I'd like to know how it came to be in your possession? Also, a crime may have been committed here. Theft of mail is a federal crime punishable by jail time. How did this private letter fall into the public domain? Why did the newspaper El Nuevo Dia publish it without Jan Hall's permission?

Pat Campbell

From: Jose Maldonado []
Sent: Mon 9/19/2005 5:42 PM
To: Campbell, Pat (orlando)
Subject: FW:

Ms. Campbell,
Thank you for your interest in interviewing me for your program, but we are not commenting on this topic at this time.
Sincerely yours,
Jose Maldonado
El Nuevo Día

Here's our bad idea of the week.

Military May Play Bigger Role in Future Disaster Response

In his post-Hurricane Katrina speech last Thursday (September 15th), President Bush spoke about the unmatched logistical ability of the military and how it would be a good idea to have them play a role in responding to future major disasters. Pentagon officials are reviewing that possibility, and some in Congress are saying it should be considered.

Under the Posse Comitatus Act enacted after the Civil War, the military may not engage in actions that can be defined as law enforcement on American soil. Consequently, the active duty forces that did go to the Gulf area in Katrina's wake only engaged in search-and-rescue mission and evacuations. But in addition to the legal restrictions, presidents have been leery of the image of federal troops patrolling in their own country or of embarrassing state and local officials.

Allowing military response domestically in the future raises many questions, key among them whether Congress should define when to trigger the president's authority to send federal troops in an emergency, whether or not a governor agreed.

What do you think of the idea of changing -- eliminating -- Posse Comitatus to allow the military to respond domestically to disasters?

Terrible idea!

The GOP's New New Deal

Check out this gem from the WSJ Editorial.

When President Bush announced last Thursday that the feds would take a lead role in the reconstruction of New Orleans, he in effect established a new $200 billion federal line of credit. To put that $200 billion in perspective, we could give every one of the 500,000 families displaced by Katrina a check for $400,000, and they could each build a beach front home virtually anywhere in America.

Sort of puts things in perspective.

Who Has Abortions? You may be surprised.

The conventional thinking is poor teenagers.

EVERY YEAR ABOUT 2% OF U.S. WOMEN AGED 15 TO 44 have an abortion. The rate has been declining since 1980, when it was almost 3% . But, based on 1992 data, an estimated 43% of women now of childbearing age will have had at least one abortion by the time they are 45 years old.

A survey of 10,000 women undertaken in 1995 by the Alan Guttmacher Institute(the right hand of planned parenthood) shows that abortion occurs widely among all races and classes. In 1995 almost as many white women from households with annual incomes above $60,000 had about as many of that year's 1.4 million abortions as white women from households with incomes below $15,000. "Highly educated people are less likely to have unintended pregnancies," says Stanley K. Henshaw of the New York-based Alan Guttmacher Institute, "but they are also less tolerant of them."

However, there are significant differences in abortion's distribution. Fewer than half (46% ) of the women involved are white, although whites make up three-quarters (74% ) of the population. Blacks, at 12% of the population, are responsible for 29% of the abortions. Hispanics, accounting for 11% of the population, are also disproportionate users of abortion, with 20% of the total.

Differences in religious background (not shown) are even more striking. Fifty-four percent of American women identify themselves as Protestants, but they had only 37% of the abortions. Since most blacks are Protestants, this suggests that the white Protestant abortion rate is quite low. Roman Catholics are more likely to abort than Protestants: They account for 31% of the population--and of the abortions. The small group of women who sternly professed no religion, 6% of the population, were responsible for a remarkable 24% of the abortion total. Research: Edwin S. Rubenstein, research director, Hudson Institute, Indianapolis.

Jeb Bush's son charged for being drunk and resisting arrest

Jeb Bush told reporters later at a museum reception in Miami "My son's doing fine" and that It's a private matter and added "..I'm not going to discuss it on the public square with 30 cameras"

Is it a private matter?

We're beginning to see a pattern emerge...

Just over two and a half years ago his daughter, Noelle Bush, was also arrested and accused of trying to obtain the anti-anxiety drug Xanax with a fraudulent prescription. The drug charges against her were dropped after she completed a drug rehabilitation program.

Florida Gov. Bush's family have often had problems with the law, Jeb Bush Jr. was caught a few years ago with an an underaged female in a vehicle (both were naked from the waist down). On another occasion (according to reports) George P. Bush broke into the bedroom window of a former girlfriend, and though he eventually fled the scene, he later returned to drive his Ford Explorer across the family's lawn.

At the very least it reflects poorly on the family.

Living large on the Taxpayer's dime!

If you're making close to $160,000 a year shouldn't you be able to pay for your own car?

Scott Maxwell
reports in the Sentinel...

In fact, Washington's The Hill recently found some House members spending more public money on car payments than many of their constituents spend on housing.

Ric Keller, R-Orlando, uses $578 a month for a Mercury Mountaineer.

Cliff Stearns, R-Ocala, spends a tad more, $599 a month, for his Town & Country.

Tom Feeney, who spends less, $458, but actually drives a (gasp) foreign car -- a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder.

Most members of Congress get reimbursed for driving their own cars. But some lessees say that driving across sprawling districts can lead to reimbursements for thousands of miles in a single month, arguing that the leases can actually save taxpayers money.

Florida Democrat Alcee Hastings, who spends a whopping $799.47 a month leasing an Infiniti M45. He's got good taste!

Ohio Republican Robert Ney, who presides over the House Administration Committee that approves the leases, drives a 2005 Lincoln -- that costs taxpayers $1,078 a month. Sweet! Is it gold plated?

Sunday, September 18, 2005

I met Ann Coulter, in person, Saturday night at the Christian Coalition Banquet at the Rosen Centre.

I'll have all the details Monday morning, plus what I thought was the big surprise of the night.

One of my goals for this week is to get national attention for the Jan Hall story.

I have sent out the following e-mail to some key contacts in the National media.

Great 1st Amendment story.

Here is the Cliff Notes version of the story...

An Orange County Elementary teacher was suspended without pay and ultimately forced to resign. Her crime? An allegedly racist letter. Private correspondence with an elected representative that somehow fell into the hands of a Spanish Language newspaper that printed the letter without her consent. The school district is now the target of a $20 million lawsuit for violating the teacher's first amendment rights.

Here are some links to the story...

Teacher Suspended Over 'Puerto Ricans Destroying Orlando' Letter

Text Of Controversial Letter
Some very serious charges are raised in this letter including the fact that many teachers are not properly certified. The school district superintendent Ron Blocker refuses to respond when asked if there is any validity to these charges. Also, a crime may have been committed here. Theft of mail is a federal crime punishable by jail time. How did this private letter fall into the public domain.? Why did the newspaper El Nuevo Dia publish it without Jan Hall's permission?

Teacher Who Wrote Controversial Letter Resigns

Orange County School Board Rejects Hall's Resignation

Let's see just how successful I am getting national attention for this story.

Jillian Bandes was fired by her college newspaper. Her crime? Writing a column calling for racial profiling.

It’s sad, but racial profiling is necessary for our safety
September 13, 2005

I want all Arabs to be stripped naked and cavity-searched if they get within 100 yards of an airport.

I don’t care if they’re being inconvenienced. I don’t care if it seems as though their rights are being violated.

I care about my life. I care about the lives of my family and friends.

And I care about the lives of the Arabs and Arab Americans I’m privileged to know and study with.

They’re some of the brightest, kindest people I’ve ever met.

Tragically, they’re also members of an ethnicity that is responsible for almost every act of terror committed against the West in the recent past. Read the rest of the article HERE.

I've extended an invitation to Jillian to join us Monday morning on the show and share her story. Let's hope she accepts!

Friday, September 16, 2005

FEMA's $2,000 debit cards used at Houston Strip Clubs

WorldNetDaily is reporting...

On the heels of a report earlier this week that Atlanta area Katrina victims were using $2,000 debit cards to purchase luxury items like Louis Vuitton handbags, Houston police yesterday discovered the cards, provided by FEMA and the Red Cross, being used at local strip clubs.

The Houston Police Department just formed a task force to investigate the abuse of the cards, which were distributed to thousands of Katrina hurricane victims to provide for necessities, such as food, clothing and toiletries. On the first day, the police found the cards being used to buy beer while ogling exotic dancers.

Tony Blankley stops by to critique the President's speech

We also talked about his new book...


Author Tony Blankley Urges Ethnic Profiling, Securing Our Borders,
and Establishing National Identification Cards as Keys to Victory
in the War on Terror

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Fueled by political correctness and multiculturalism, the threat to Western civilization by Islamic terrorists has been severely underestimated and ignored, argues Tony Blankley, Washington Times editorial page editor. In his controversial new book, The West’s Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations? Blankley insists that the West is down to its last chance, and warns that our complacency could ultimately undermine our very existence.

“Within our lifetimes, Europe could become Eurabia: a continent overwhelmed by militant Islam that poses a greater threat to the United States than even Nazi Germany did,” Blankley claims. “The civilized world needs a sense of urgency to declare a real war on radical Islam and explore new tactics, as well as those that have led to victory in the past.”

Blankley’s book opens with a frightening “nightmare scenario” eerily prophetic of the recent terror attacks in London—one that illustrates what will happen should the Western world continue to ignore the threat that Islamist jihadists pose.

In The West’s Last Chance, Blankley also reveals:

·The true nature of Islamist jihadists—what drives these radicals and how world leaders are ignoring the truth at our peril

·How the memory of 9/11 and the urgency in the declaration of war in 2001 has been replaced by a sense of complacency

·Why political correctness and multiculturalism are holding our government back from fighting the Islamist threat to the best of its ability

·A lesson in the tactics for victory used in World War II—tactics that could hold the secret to winning the War on Terror that are ignored in the U.S. today

·Aggressive, thought-provoking, specific solutions to combat the threat to Western civilization

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Fred O'Neal, Jan Hall's Lawyer was my guest at 8AM

If you want to help Jan Hall here's the info...

Contributions to JAN HALL legal defense fund has been set up by AX the TAX. Contributions are confidential, no limit, they are NOT tax deductible.

Make payable to: Ax the Tax
3101 Maguire Blvd., Suite 161
Orlando, FL 32803

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Local6 reporting...
Hall's attorney also blames the newspapers that published the letter that was written to nine elected officials, including the governor and the president. So far, no one has admitted to receiving the letter and no one was admitted to leaking it.
If you have any information about "who" leaked this letter to the Spanish-language daily newspaper, El Nuevo Dia, please contact me at pat(at) A crime may have been committed. We need to hold these individuals accountable. The public trust has been violated.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Check out this headline in today's Orlando Sentinel

Bush: 'I take responsibility' on hurricane-relief effort
Storm exposed response flaws, president says

Big news! Front page, front fold, George Bush finally admits he made a mistake.Did you know that New Orleans Mayor Nagin accepted blame as well? That's big news!Why isn't it on the front page. Check out the video HERE. Now all we need is Governor Blanco to step up to the plate.

Hat Tip to Ian Schwartz at ThePoliticalTeen

Repeal The State Gas Tax

Daniel Simmons, Natural Resources Task Force Director for the American Legislative Exchange Council joined me this morning to talk about a temporary repeal of the state gas tax.

ALEC Urges State Lawmakers to Ax the Gas Tax
Temporary Repeal of State Gas Taxes Would Provide Much Needed Relief

Washington, DC) -- The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) today urged state lawmakers to give drivers relief at the pumps by temporarily repealing state gas taxes as part of the response to the fuel supply disruptions caused by Hurricane Katrina.

“Hurricane Katrina has caused major supply disruptions and states must take all appropriate actions to lower fuel costs for families in need,” said Georgia State Representative Earl Ehrhart, National Chairman of the American Legislative Exchange Council. “The average state levies a 21.4 cent tax on each gallon of gasoline. Temporarily repealing these taxes will ease the impact of skyrocketing prices that will inevitably occur due to the break in the supply chain.”

Even before the destruction and disruptions wrought by Hurricane Katrina, the average price of a gallon of gasoline had been increasing. Fuel prices have increased because of increased worldwide demand for oil, supply disruptions, and continued instability in the Middle East, but government can help lessen the impact of the hurricane by reducing fuel taxes and regulation during a natural disaster.

“Federal and state taxes on each gallon of gasoline average 39.8 cents per gallon,” said Representative Ehrhart. “This is a commonsense approach that provides relief for American families seeking to rebuild their homes and communities after a disaster. I call upon the states to help reduce gas prices in the short term by cutting fuel taxes for the month of September. We hope that Congress follows suit.”

ALEC has drafted model legislation that provides tax relief at the pump. The model bill has been sent to the state legislators in the Gulf States for introduction during emergency or special sessions that may take place in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Governors can use the language for executive orders. (Copies of the model legislation can be obtained by emailing

Jan Hall ***UPDATE***

The Sentinel is reporting...

School Board rejects resignation

The decision follows news that teacher Jan P. Hall planned a $20 million lawsuit against Orange schools.

What do you mean you reject her resignation? She quit, she's done, she's not coming back. What part don't you get? Why is School-district attorney Frank Kruppenbacher trying to get her teaching license revoked? Please note that the Orlando Sentinel is only telling part of the story. They make no mention that they are being sued along with the Spanish-language newspaper El Nuevo Dia that published the private letter without Jan Hall's permission.

Here it is the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Montage I played on my show

Next time someone tells you Judge Roberts is being evasive show them the viedo of the Ruth Buzzy look alike ducking every question. Click HERE.

"I can't answer that question"

"I can't answer that question"

"I can't answer that question"

" Sorry, can't answer that question either"

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Holy Smokes! Did I ever open a can of worms on my show today?

We were doing a follow-up to this story from last week...

Subdivision Apologizes For Barring Evacuees
OCALA- A homeowners association is apologizing for telling residents that subdivision rules would keep them from temporarily housing Hurricane Katrina evacuees. The Majestic Oaks Homeowners Association says it made a serious error when it told residents that hosting families from the devastated Gulf Coast would violate deed restrictions. Board members say they believed that having more than one family in a house for an extended period would violate subdivision covenants, exposing homeowners to litigation. The board says they were well-intended but wrong. Residents in the 500-home subdivision are now free to offer shelter to people who fled the storm's destruction.
I asked about the provision that limited one family per house. Who is that designed to keep out? Is there a racial component? Callers went ballistic!

Monday, September 12, 2005

Amtrak, Nagin Argue Over Rescue Train is reporting...

Officials at Amtrak say they offered to run a special train out of New Orleans that could have evacuated hundreds of residents hours before Hurricane Katrina struck - but city officials turned the offer down."We offered the city the opportunity to take evacuees out of harm's way," Amtrak spokesman Cliff Black told the Washington Post on Sunday. "The city declined." Read the rest HERE.

Flight 93 Memorial: Islamic Crescent

Why would anyone find this offensive?

Poodle Rescue Info from today's show

I volunteer on behalf of Coastal Poodle Rescue, a non-profit
organization that needs your help. With all of the animals coming in
from Katrina local rescue leagues like us who foster, care for and
adopt out animals, need help with foster homes, adoptions and of course
donations. Coastal Poodle Rescue ensures each animal is vet-checked
before they are placed in homes. Please refer pet-friendly folks to so they can check out all of the local rescue leagues
to foster a pet of their choice or make a donation. Rescue leagues are
the first line of defense for the Humane Society therefore we will be
recieving the calls first and will be better at

Nina Zapala

Sunday, September 11, 2005

Have We Forgotten?

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Store's battle with city raises hue and cry

It took them over a week but the Orlando Sentinel finally gets around to reporting the plight of Nancy Maddox and Peacock Homes.

An Orlando woman accused city inspectors Friday of trying to force her to take down her American flags, prompting outrage among talk-radio hosts and threats of legal action from a conservative activist group.
Check this out...

Two local AM radio hosts took up Maddox's cause, with at least one devoting an hourlong show to the issue.
Gee I wonder who that might be? How petty!

The Goose Is Loose!

The Orlando Sentinel is reporting...

Former Magic TV analyst cleared
Jury acquits Givens of girl's sex charges

Jack "Goose" Givens emerged from the courtroom Friday with tears heavy in his eyes and no smile on his face.

Yes, an Orange County jury had just acquitted the former Orlando Magic television analyst of four sex crimes involving a teenage girl. But Givens realized how close he came to having an unhappy ending.

His tone wasn't celebratory; it was sedate, almost spiritual.

"I just want to thank God for all that he has taught me through this period of time. I've had a lot of issues to deal with -- least of all is pride," Givens said after thanking his lawyers, his family and especially his wife for their support since the allegations surfaced more than 14 months ago.

"I have been humbled greatly through this experience," he said. "I'm going to be a much better man because of this."

Prosecutors figured they had strong evidence in the instant messages Givens sent the teen after the girl made the allegations. In those messages, he appeared to apologize for his actions. He also apologized during a taped phone call with her.

Will the Orlando Magic offer him his job back? Should they? Where does Goose go to get back his good name and reputation? Should the identity of his accuser now be made public?

Friday, September 09, 2005

Here's the story that broke on my show last Friday

WND is reporting...

Business owner told to dump U.S. flags
Stars and stripes in windows of shop violate city ordinance

A Florida business owner has been cited by the city of Orlando for displaying several U.S. flags in the windows of her office building – and a religious-freedom law group has gone to bat for her

According to a statement from Liberty Counsel, Nancy Maddox, the owner of Peacock Home Collection, has been targeted by Orlando's Code Enforcement Bureau because of the small flags hanging on the outside of 15 windows at her home furnishings company. The flags measure no larger than 34 ½ inches by 23 inches.

Liberty Counsel says the city has ordered the flag's immediate removal. A violation hearing is scheduled for Sept. 14.

The legal organization has contacted the city citing alleged procedural defects in the citation and warning that the sign ordinance used against Maddox is unconstitutional.

I have extended an invitation to Mike Rhodes, Manager of Orlando's Code Enforcement Division to join me on the show to discuss the code violations. Let's see if he accepts.

Goose Givens did he do it?

The Orlando Sentinel is reporting...

Former Magic announcer denies fondling girl in pool
Jack 'Goose' Givens says he is guilty of only one thing: 'absolutely bad judgment.'

Check out this advice from Mom to the 14 year old victim.
The mother said that after she found out about the incidents, she told her daughter she needed to decide whether to "sweep it under the rug" or contact authorities.
What kind of parent leaves a decision of this magnitude to a 14 year old girl?

Does Mom bear some culpability here? Exercising poor judgment allowing her 14 year old daughter to be alone with a 48 year old married man in a pool? Especially when you take into consideration the victim has made similar claims against relatives in the past.

Check out thes gems from Local6...

"When there was an issue such as masturbation, I would direct her to her mom," Givens said. "I just told her those were not things I should discuss with her."
When does masturbation come up during one on one basketball instruction? Hey coach will it help my free throw?

and this...

Friday, one of the girl's boyfriends will take the stand.
One of? How many are there?

The real reason New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin didn't use the school buses

They weren't good enough! He wanted a fleet of 500 Greyhounds. NewsMax is reporting...

Turns out, Nagin turned his nose up at the yellow buses, demanding more comfortable Greyhound coaches instead.
"I need 500 buses, man," he told WWL. "One of the briefings we had they were talking about getting, you know, public school bus drivers to come down here and bus people out of here."

Nagin described his response:

"I'm like - you've got to be kidding me. This is a natural disaster. Get every doggone Greyhound bus line in the country and get their asses moving to New Orleans."

Report Warns of Terrorists' 'Great Ramadan Offensive'

Sherrie Gossett from CNSNews joins me at 7AM to talk about...

( - Al Qaeda's plans for a series of spectacular terrorist strikes in October, targeting American interests as well as U.S. allies in Europe and the Middle East, are the subject of a non-public report issued by terrorism experts this week. The "Great Ramadan Offensive," said to be coordinated by Osama bin Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, are planned to coincide with the Muslim observance of Ramadan, according to a May 30 letter from Zarqawi to bin Laden. The contents of the letter are referenced in a report written by Yossef Bodansky, the former director of the U.S. Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare.Full Story

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Tom"The Bomb" Tancredo is at it again!

Tancredo: Don't Let Officials Touch Federal Aid

cbs4denver is reporting...

Alleging incompetence and a history of corruption, Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., on Wednesday urged Congress to not send hurricane aid directly to Louisiana state officials or the city of New Orleans.

Tancredo said the money should be funneled through a private organization or a House committee.

"Given the abysmal failure of state and local officials in Louisiana to plan adequately for or respond to the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the city of New Orleans, and given the long history of public corruption in Louisiana," Tancredo wrote in a letter to House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., "I am not confident that Louisiana officials can be trusted to administer federal relief aid."

Big Oil's secret strategy to gush profits exposed!

Memos purportedly show refiners sought to limit ops to spike price of gasoline

WorldNetDaily is reporting...

A consumer group is publicizing a series of memos marked "highly confidential" alleging major oil companies – including Mobil, Chevron and Texaco – intentionally limited their refining capacity in order to raise gasoline prices and increase profits.

The Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights released three memos that purportedly demonstrate a nationwide effort by the American Petroleum Institute to encourage major refiners to close refineries in the 1990s.

"Large oil companies have for a decade artificially shorted the gasoline market to drive up prices," said Jamie Court, president of the FTCR, who successfully fought to keep Shell Oil from needlessly closing its Bakersfield, Calif., refinery this year. "Oil companies know they can make more money by making less gasoline. Katrina should be a wakeup call to America that the refiners profit widely when they keep the system running on empty."

What's the REAL reason why oil and gas prices are so high?

Want to increase your gas mileage 15% to 35%?

This guy says add acetone to your gas. Do so at your own risk!

I had a chemical engineer call the show today. He said acetone will turn your o-rings and gaskets to stone.

Howard Dean said what?

Democratic Party chairman calls for nation to confront ‘ugly truth’

Howard Dean said that race played a significant role in who survived and who died in New Orleans. Do you agree with him?

Wednesday, September 07, 2005


On Brit Hume this evening, FOX News correspondent Major Garrett explained that FEMA/Red Cross had a truckload of water and other necessities , however the Louisiana Department of Homeland Security DENIED it. Why? Because they didn’t want to attract more people to the Superdome or the convention center, they want to get them out. Garrett also brings to light that FEMA couldn’t initially bring the National Guard into Louisiana because it is not their jurisdiction. Who has to give them jurisdiction? *Drumroll please* GOVERNOR KATHLEEN BLANCO.

Hat Tip to Ian Schwartz at ThePoliticalTeen

$2000 Debit Cards to Be Passed Out to Hurricane Victims

( - Victims of Hurricane Katrina will soon receive debit cards worth $2,000 each, courtesy of the federal government, The Associated Press reports. The first-of-its-kind cash card program will initially go to those stranded at rescue centers like the Houston Astrodome. The program was reportedly launched as a result of a conference call Homeland Security Department officials made to state leaders Wednesday morning. The debit cards can be used to buy food, transportation, gas and other items the victims need, officials said.

NAACP calls for compensation fund for Katrina victims

Bruce S. Gordon, president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), today urged Congress to establish a Hurricane Katrina Compensation Fund similar to one that was created for victims of the September 11 terrorist attack.

"When congress returns tomorrow, the first order of business should be to set up this fund to help hurricane victims get back on their feet,” said Gordon. “You got people who lost their jobs, homes and had all of their assets depleted. In some cases, families lost their bread winner. If the victims of 911 deserved compensation, and they did, then certainly these victims deserve no less to help restart their lives.”

I don't remember a compensation fund being set up to help out Central Floridians after our three hurricanes last year. They must have forgot.

Do you think Hurricane Katrina is God's punishment for something?

Yeah New Orleans is a pretty decadent city. What did Biloxi, MS ever do to incur God's wrath?

One caller said God is punishing people that build below sea level. I added that was to have been the 11th commandment unfortunately Moses ran out of tablet.


Michael Graham stopped by the PC Show this morning to call for FEMA Director Michael Brown's head on a silver platter.

Conservative radio talk host Michael Graham, a self-described "right-wing nutjob" and former GOP political consultant is telling his listeners that every conservative in America should call on President Bush to fire FEMA Director Michael Brown immediately.

"The Michael Brown story is the classic story of why government programs inevitably fail," Graham told his listeners today on the "Michael Graham, Unleashed!" program on Right Talk Radio. "The guy used to run horse shows, for cryin' out loud, and he only got the job at FEMA because his college roommate was Joe Allbaugh, the previous FEMA director."

"Worse, Brown was reportedly forced out of his job with the International Arabian Horse Association because he screwed that up, too! We've got a guy too dumb to judge a horse show deciding how to handle the biggest natural disaster in American history. No wonder he botched it so badly," Graham said.

"I believe President Bush's most profound failing is his belief, not that loyalty is a virtue (it is), but that it is the only virtue. As he demonstrated with former CIA Director George Tenet--who should have been publicly flogged on September 12, 2001--Bush is willing to accept any level of incompetence rather than be perceived as disloyal.

"In a truly just America, Bush would take GOP lackey Michael Brown out on a flat-bottomed boat into the most flooded, darkest and most dangerous corner of New Orleans, strip him to his underwear, throw him overboard and tell him 'I hope you can swim to Mexico, you stupid bastard, because you'll never get another job back here.'

"But that will never happen, because Bush is more loyal to his immediate employees than he is to his employers: The American people who were failed so shamefully by Brown & Co."

Graham told his listeners that conservatives need to lead the fight to dumb Brown in order to make the case that "we're the party of results, of responsibility, and not the party of failed, big-government 'business-as-usual.'"

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Question of the day

Knowing what we know now, would you let evacuees from the Superdome stay at your house?

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Within an hour of Rehnquist's death Dershowitz refers to him as a Republican thug!

Within the hour we found out that Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist died, FOX News had Alan Dershowitz on air. (Why? I don’t know.) Dershowitz went on a rant similar to one in his HuffPost “article”, he basically called Rehnquist a racist and a home wrecker to American liberties. The man wasn’t dead for more than an hour before Alan Dershowitz started bashing him. He has no sense of respect or dignity. Anyways, Dershowitz’s counterpart Mark Levin called him the disgrace that he is.

Check out the Video HERE.

Hat Tip to Ian Schwartz at ThePoliticalTeen.

Here's the video of cops looting in New Orleans

Watch the New Orleans cops looting at WallMart click HERE.


"Looting" or "finding"?

Well at least Kanye West got one thing right.

Sept. 1, 2005 Two photographs of New Orleans residents wading through chest-deep water unleashed a wave of chatter among bloggers Wednesday about whether black people are being treated unfairly in media coverage of post-hurricane looting.

One of the images, shot by photographer Dave Martin for the Associated Press, shows a young black man wading through chest-deep waters after "looting" a grocery store, according to the caption. The young man appears to have a case of Pepsi under one arm and a full garbage bag in tow. In the other, similar shot, taken by photographer Chris Graythen for AFP/Getty Images, a white man and a light-skinned woman are shown wading through chest-deep water after "finding" goods including bread and soda, according to the caption, in a local grocery store.

Saturday, September 03, 2005

Actor Kanye West Ruins NBC Relief Show, declares 'George Bush doesn't care about black people'

Hat Tip to Zebrality

During a nationally televised Hurricane Katrina relief show, singer Kayne West showed the world what he was made of as he went on a tirade against George W. Bush.

"George Bush doesn't care about black people," West said. "They're saying black families are looting and white families are just looking for food...they're giving the (Army) permission to shoot us"

NBC attempted to cut off the out-of-line remarks by cutting to a shot of actor Chris Tucker, but by then, the damage had already been done.

Check out the video HERE.

"George Bush doesn't care about black people,"
Quick someone run and tell Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell!

Friday, September 02, 2005

Black leader claims storm refugees eating corpses!

Without providing evidence, a civil-rights leader and author claimed black victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans have resorted to cannibalism to survive because no one has come to help them.

Randall Robertson, writing in his Huffington Post weblog, said:
It is reported that black hurricane victims in New Orleans have begun eating corpses to survive. Four days after the storm, thousands of blacks in New Orleans are dying like dogs. No-one has come to help them. Reade the rest of the article HERE.



Louisiana disaster plan, pg 13, para 5 , dated 01/00
'The primary means of hurricane evacuation will be personal vehicles. School and municipal buses, government-owned vehicles and vehicles provided by volunteer agencies may be used to provide transportation for individuals who lack transportation and require assistance in evacuating'...

Nancy from Peacock Homes is being fined by the City of Orlando.

Her crime? Displaying the American flag.

Thursday, September 01, 2005

North Carolina governor: Stay home for Labor Day

Democrat warns: 'We're not out of gas, but we are running low'

North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley is urging people to stay at home for the Labor Day weekend and save gasoline.

Should Jeb Bush do the same? After all it is nonessential travel. It could hurt us more than help us here in Central Florida where our economy relies so heavily on tourism.

New Orleans Mayor Issues 'Desperate SOS'

The day civility died...

Storm victims were raped and beaten, fights and fires broke out, corpses lay out in the open, and rescue helicopters and law enforcement officers were shot at as flooded-out New Orleans descended into anarchy Thursday. "This is a desperate SOS," the mayor said.

Anger mounted across the ruined city, with thousands of storm victims increasingly hungry, desperate and tired of waiting for buses to take them out.

"We are out here like pure animals. We don't have help," the Rev. Issac Clark, 68, said outside the New Orleans Convention Center, where corpses lay in the open and the and other evacuees complained that they were dropped off and given nothing _ no food, no water, no medicine.

About 15,000 to 20,000 people who had taken shelter at the convention center to await buses grew increasingly hostile. Police Chief Eddie Compass said he sent in 88 officers to quell the situation at the building, but they were quickly beaten back by an angry mob.

It's hard to believe with all of this going on there are people who are worried about where the Saints will play this year.

House Speaker: Rebuilding N.O. doesn't make sense

WASHINGTON - House Speaker Dennis Hastert dropped a bombshell on flood-ravaged New Orleans on Thursday by suggesting that it isn’t sensible to rebuild the city.

"It doesn't make sense to me," Hastert told the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago in editions published today. "And it's a question that certainly we should ask."

He's right! I'm talking about it with you Friday morning.