Townhall ^ | May 15, 2013 | Mary Grabar
Posted on Saturday, August 10, 2013 2:46:34 PM by george76
Larry Grathwohl, who had just come back to Cincinnati from Vietnam, was infiltrating the domestic terrorist group Weatherman, the only one to have done so. Larry saved potentially hundreds of lives when he alerted the FBI to a bomb placed near a Detroit police station and a restaurant.
Bill Ayers, Education Secretary of Weatherman, told him that in the revolution, lives would have to be sacrificed.
By Coach Collins, on July 16th, 2013
Kevin “Coach” Collins
Last week we got the agonizing news that a defenseless White man who had been beaten severely by a gang of six Black teenagers succumbed to his injuries and died. He was a living breathing person just as you and I. He was 46 year old Pat Mahaney. He was walking on a public street not bothering anyone. His cowardly attackers charged at him from behind and all SIX of them beat him.
After the cowardly attack Mr. Mahaney was so traumatized he was afraid to go out of his home. He lived for another year but collapsed first psychologically than physically under the weight of living with his injuries and caring for his elderly mother.
Media blackout: Mob “hunted” white victims in Cincinnati
The Examiner ^ | July 11, 2013 | Dave Gibson
Posted on Sunday, July 14, 2013 11:42:46 AM by Texas Fossil
On Monday, police in Cincinnati arrested a group of teenagers who reportedly terrorized folks in the downtown area, in a series of violent assaults.
All of the beatings and robberies took place between June 1 to July 4.
(GyG: AS ALWAYS, SEE READER RESPONSES !!!!!) Why Did IRS Target Conservative Groups? Was it legitimate reaction to tax-exempt electioneering?
Posted on Monday, May 13, 2013 4:25:48 PM by 2ndDivisionVet
Roughly speaking, what seems to have happened is that three years ago the IRS was facing an explosion of newly formed 501(c)4 groups claiming tax exempt status, something that’s legal only for groups that are primarily engaged in promoting education or social welfare, not electioneering. So some folks in the Cincinnati office tried to come up with a quick filter to flag groups that deserved extra scrutiny.
But what should that flag be? Well, three years ago the explosion happened to be among tea party groups, so they began searching their database “for applications with ‘Tea Party,’ ‘Patriots,’ or ’9/12′ in the organization’s name as well as other ‘political sounding’ names.” This was dumb, and when senior leaders found out about it, they put a quick stop to it . . .
President Obama doesn’t like to
talk about how he uses drones to kill suspected militants — including American citizens. Explanations about who gets picked for remote-control death and who does the picking are left to underlings and aides. Just a few days ago, for example, Obama blew off a local Cincinnatitelevision reporter who asked the president about his “kill list.”
Did James Holmes have an accomplice?
A local Fox News channel came off sounding more like Infowars than the mainstream media when it listed a series of unanswered questions that challenge the official narrative of the ‘Batman’ massacre and suggest a wider plot.
By Al Benson Jr.
The title of this article is what August von Willich was called by many in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was the editor of a radical, far-left German newspaper. He had settled in this country in 1853 after fleeing Europe because of his participation in the 1848 socialist revolutions there.
He was also called “the communist with a heart.” If you want to know what a “communist with a heart” looks like, hunt up an old photo of “Uncle Joe” Stalin or that gentle old “agrarian reformer” Mao Tse Tung and read about the millions they slaughtered. That’s “communism with a heart.”
Willich was an officer in the Prussian army when he chanced to meet that beneficent reformer, Karl Marx. Shortly after that Willich became what one web site called a “Marxian socialist.” Another web site listed him as a “convinced republican.” Seems a bit contradictory until you understand how the term “republican” is used by Communists. By Communist definition a republic is “a collectivist, totalitarian state dependent on and subservient to the Soviet Union, Red China, or other Communist power center.” Now admittedly that is a modern definition given the countries mentioned, but it fits. This is how Communists define a “republican”—someone subservient to their wishes. If you want to check as to where this definition comes from check out Amazon.com and see if you can find a book called A Communese-English Dictionary written by Professor Roy Colby.