Kathryn Watson of Watchdog.org writes from Alexandria, Virginia:
The police know exactly where my car has been — and when — during the past few months.
They could have the same information — or more — about you.
Here’s an interesting scenario, about an African with a false identity, which he used to dupe Americans: [emphasis added]
Federal prosecutors say a man from Nigeria pretended to be a U.S. soldier serving in Afghanistan to woo and bilk American women.
Since the above video is what people will be talking about today, I’ll go with the flow and give some further analysis that’s been provided in the past by Barrister Michael Shrimpton, the man in the video. h/t Gordo
Now I’ve heard everything. As if a U.S. Senator doesn’t have anything better to do, Claire McCaskill is going to “press” the country of Ireland to make public their private adoption records, something which isn’t even the law in this country.
He can only have wanted it as a way of creating a mystery. Then I saw that this applied to all the other outrageous details. They were devilish enough; but it wasn’t mere devilry; there was a rag of excuse; because they had to make the mystery as contradictory and complicated as possible, to make sure that we should be a long time solving it — or rather seeing through it. …
They had to give us an Insoluble Problem.
A Jesuit-trained blogger, fluent in both “native” English and Spanish, translated anew Pope Francis’s recent publication Evangelii Gaudium. It’s not surprising that many have concluded that the “official” translation distorted the Pope’s meaning, especially with regard to “trickle down economics.” JMG wrote:
The Pope’s message has been very significantly altered by a calamitous English (and ONLY the English) translation.
According to Scott Whitlock of NewsBusters, [emphasis added to quotes]
Chris Matthews appears to have a Mad Libs-style list of the worst insults he hurls at conservative. On Wednesday, he chose “verbal terror” to smear everyone on the right who disagrees with all of the “great things” Barack Obama wants to do. The Hardball anchor opened his show by hyperbolically warning, “Political armageddon!” According to Matthews, the fight between the President and conservatives is not a conflict of ideas. h/t Gordo
A team of Internet entrepreneurs has won a contest with a proposal for a “startup” website that creates virtual paramours: [emphasis added to quotes]
InvisibleGirlfriend.com isn’t a dating service. Instead, the service will create a faux relationship, using fake texts and photos. The website, which still is in pilot mode, won out over a field of 49 pitches made by entrepreneurs at the St. Louis Startup Weekend …
Obama’s “stunning admission” runs from the beginning of this video to about 50 seconds in. The video was uploaded in January 2010. (The date of his admission is unknown. Emphasis added to quotes.)
If you look at the package that we’ve presented–and there’s some stray cats and dogs that got in there that we were eliminating, we were in the process of eliminating–for example, for example, we said from the start that it was gonna be important for us to be consistent in saying to people:
“If you can have your, if you want to keep the health insurance you got, you can keep it.”
Now we learn that our troops are being taught, under their Commander in Chief Barack Hussein Obama II, that Tea Party groups and evangelical Christians are enemies of this Republic!
Military members are being threatened with punishment if they support or donate to Tea Party or evangelical groups. Not so for jihadist or muslim groups. Where is this being taught? Fort Hood, of all places!