So much going on over the weekend. Huge data dump on Friday about Fast and Furious. Here is part of the story about what happened after Brian Terry had been shot.
The email messages show the former top federal prosecutor in Arizona, Dennis Burke, notifying an aide to Holder via email on Dec. 15, 2010 that agent Brian Terry had been wounded and died. “Tragic,” responds the aide, Monty Wilkinson. “I’ve alerted the AG, the acting Deputy Attorney General…
Holder is set to appear before Congress in the next few days. I can’t wait to see how he explains that one away. Full story NPR
The Peoples Republic of California will try and Pay For High Speed Rail With Extortion. No I am not making this up. See Soylent Green’s story on this. It’s a riot…. Yet the “leader” of California wonders why corps are moving out as fast as they can.
Herman Cain’s response to the SOT for the Tea Party.
For those of you who want peace in the Middle East it has to start with the Palestinian’s condemning actions of murderers and terrorists, instead they make hero’s out of those evil people.
If you are a Christian then this will tick you off.
A controversy is brewing over three reputable Christian organizations, which are based in North America, whose efforts have ousted the words “Father” and “Son” from new Bibles. Wycliffe Bible Translators, Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) and Frontiers are under fire for “producing Bibles that remove “Father,” “Son” and “Son of God” because these terms are offensive to Muslims.” Concerned Christian missionaries, Bible translators, pastors, and national church leaders have come together with a public petition to stop these organizations. They claim a public petition is their last recourse because meetings with these organizations’ leaders, staff resignations over this issue and criticism and appeals from native national Christians concerned about the translations “have failed to persuade these agencies to retain “Father” and “Son” in the text of all their translations.”
Pamela Geller has the story.
Have a Good Monday, and a better week.