Tag Archives: Harvard Law Review

Obama’s Tessellated Pattern of Reality: More from the 1990 Harvard Law Revue

© Miri WTPOTUS July 13, 2012 

I recently came across an online copy of the Harvard Law Revue, a parody published in April 1990, dating to when Barack Obama was president of the Harvard Law Review. Images of the pages are provided at the link (until scrubbed). On the back page of the publication, there’s a photo of Obama that was very briefly on the Internet, during the campaign of 2008. (It’s the photo where he has that unusually wide nose.) Continue reading

Obama’s First Fabricated Autobiography, Circa 1990 (Open Thread)

© Miri WTPOTUS July 12, 2012 

Below is a partial transcript of the text (minus footnotes) of an article allegedly written by Barack Hussein Obama II in 1990, when he was president of the Harvard Law Review. The article was published in the April 1990 Harvard Law Revue, which is a parody produced by the editorial staff of the Harvard Law Review.

As usual, Obama wrote about his favorite topic: himself.  Continue reading

Abner Mikva, Obama’s “Respectable” Socialist Mentor

President Barack Obama and his latest Supreme court nominee Elena Kagan have a friend in common -prominent former Congressman and Chicago lawyer, Abner Mikva.

Trevor Louden, New Zeal Blog

Posted By Newssleuth

 

Abner Mikva

Fresh out of Harvard law School Elena Kagan clerked for then Judge Mikva in Washington DC in 1986-87. In the 1990s Obama, Kagan and Mikva were all on the Faculty of the University of Chicago Law School.

Obama’s relationship with Abner Mikva is long and deep but has been subject to little scrutiny. After all, Abner Mikva is no radical, he is a highly respected “liberal” and Chicago elder statesman.
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