Stevens: A Democrat Hatchet Job Bob Parks: Black & Right ^
| 4/3/09 | Bob Parks Posted on Friday, April 03, 2009 2:38:08 PM by bocopar
You have to do some digging to get the facts about the Ted Stevens sham of a suspiciously timed prosecution of a sitting United States Republican senator. The Justice Department admitted Wednesday that its career prosecutors acted improperly in the prosecution that drove Senator Ted Stevens from office last fall. Indeed, the trail was was so tainted that we can’t independently assess the verdict against Mr. Stevens, but one thing is clear: Federal prosecutors are guilty of misconduct that cost Republicans a Senate seat. And upon further digging, we have the names and background information on the previously anonymous “federal prosecutors”. (Excerpt) Read more at black-and-right.com …
Has anyone ever seen Barack Obama publicly bow and bend his knee when meeting someone prior to yesterday? I don’t recall any photos of such a gesture of greeting, but I would be very happy if some of the President’s defenders on the left could provide such evidence that his striking body language yesterday before the monarch of Saudi Arabia and custodian of the holy cities of Mecca and Medina was simply a habitual gesture of warmth. (See also: Obama bows down to Saudi King and Would Abe Lincoln bow down to a slave-keeping Arab king?) When meeting the Saudi…
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‘The Last Supper’ parody turning heads in Old Town
San Diego Union-Tribune ^ | April 2, 2009 | Diane Bell
Posted on Friday, April 03, 2009 9:44:42 AM by denydenydeny
Never has a painting in the Chuck Jones Gallery window attracted so much attention.
It has stopped Old Town pedestrians midstep, eliciting smiles and thoughtful looks from some; frowns, angry telephone calls and unfriendly notes demanding its removal from others.
Two weeks ago, the gallery put on display an oil painting parody of Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.” Named “The Gathering,” it substitutes Looney Tunes and other cartoon characters for disciples and Bugs Bunny for Jesus.