Posts Tagged ‘Pulitzer Prize’

Cliff Kincaid — How Frank Marshall Davis Transformed America

March 5, 2015 2 comments

By Cliff Kincaid

March 5, 2015

When Rudolph Giuliani mentioned that President Barack Obama, as a young man, was under the influence of Communist Party member and suspected Soviet espionage agent Frank Marshall Davis, Giuliani struck a nerve. In contrast to his claim that Obama didn’t love America, his remarks about the Davis-Obama relationship were not opinion, but fact. That is why a Washington Post fact-checker has been assigned to investigate Giuliani’s claim. We shall see whether the Post, at this late date, covers a story that could have been Pulitzer Prize-winning material more than seven years ago.

As the former New York City mayor noted, Obama’s grandfather turned him over to Davis for mentoring. His black father had taken off and his mother was mostly spending her time elsewhere. But the question remains: what kind of influence are we talking about? Paul Kengor’s book, The Communist: The Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mentor, explains Davis’s influence on Obama’s economic views. Rusty Weiss and I quoted Kengor in a piece we did on how Davis’s anti-white racism also influenced Obama.

Less well-known is how Obama adopted Davis’s outlook on sexual matters.

Davis, who died in 1987, was a heavy drinker and marijuana user who wrote a pornographic novel, Sex Rebel, disclosing that he had sex with children, including a 13-year-old girl.

The Davis view, according to his friend, Kathryn Waddell Takara, incorporated a “world of sexual pleasures, multiple partners, and erotica.” Takara writes about the Davis obsession with bizarre sexual practices and pornography in her book, Frank Marshall Davis: The Fire and the Phoenix.

Davis mentored Obama for as many as eight years of his young………….  MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Used and Abused: The Manipulation of the American Military by the Muslim Brotherhood

April 29, 2014 1 comment

Used and Abused: The Manipulation of the American Military by the Muslim Brotherhood

New York Young Republican Club Blog ^ | April 29, 2014 | NYYRC

Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 9:35:42 AM by Randall_S

In an article published in the London Review of Books, Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Seymour Hersh (of My Lai and, more recently, Abu Ghraib fame), explains recent two foreign policy mysteries to American readers.


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Media Blackout over Syria | Global Research

April 7, 2014 2 comments

Media Blackout of New Syria Revelations

On April 6, The London Review of Books published in its online journal Seymour Hersh’s “The Red Line and the Rat Line.”


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Hersh continues to expose details surrounding the staged August 21 chemical attack incident in Syria, which apparently pretty much everyone in Washington’s intelligence bureaucracy suspected was carried out by the rebels as soon as it happened.


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SEAL Team 6 Was Set Up

October 25, 2013 5 comments

October 25, 2013 by Kris Zane 5 Comments


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On August 6, 2011, a military helicopter—Extortion 17, carrying thirty-eight men, including seventeen of the elite SEAL Team 6—was shot down over Taliban-controlled territory in eastern Afghanistan. It was the worst loss of life in a single day suffered since the Afghanistan war began.



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Per a 1300-page military report, it was simply the result of a “lucky shot” by Taliban soldiers perched on top of a building.




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Top Secret America – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

March 12, 2013 2 comments

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchTop Secret America –


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Top Secret America is a series of investigative articles published on the post-9/11 growth of the United States Intelligence Community.[1] The report was first published in The Washington Post on July 19, 2010, by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Dana Priest and William Arkin.


The three-part series, which took nearly two years to research,[2] was prepared with the assistance of more than a dozen journalists.[3] It focuses on the expansion of secret intelligence departments within the government, and the outsourcing of services.[4]An online database at, as well as the articles to be published, were made available to government officials several months prior to the publications of the report. Each data point at the website was substantiated by at least two public records.


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Prison » Federal Court Dissolves Constitution

October 5, 2012 Leave a comment



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A federal appeals court has ruled that the US government can still indefinitely detain citizens should it wish to do so, under the Obama Administration’s National Defense Authorization Act.Print Print this page.


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Obama wins right to indefinitely detain Americans under NDAA — RT

September 19, 2012 1 comment



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A lone appeals judge bowed down to the Obama administration late Monday and reauthorized the White House’s ability to indefinitely detain American citizens without charge or due process.


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