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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Community Organizer Group Prays to Obama *UPDATE*

[UPDATE]See Pamela Geller's post at Atlas Shrugs, she connects the dots between Obama and Gamaliel.

From 1985 to 1988, he worked for a subsidiary of the Chicago-based Gamaliel Foundation, founded on the principles of Saul "The Red" Alinsky. He worked as a consultant and trainer. On the board of Gamaliel sat Northwestern University professor John L. McKnight, a student of Alinsky's radical tactics. While at Gamaliel, McKnight became Obama's mentor in community organizing.

As we have noted, when Obama worked for Gamaliel, he was paid by the Woods Foundation, which supported the radical group. Obama would later serve on the Woods Foundation board with terrorist and socialism advocate William Ayers. McKnight schooled young Obama in the gospel according to Alinsky. He apparently saw much promise in the budding politician, a way to advance Alinsky's radical socialist agenda into the highest levels in government.


Via Breitbart TV

This is unbelievable.


Aaron B. Gardner

Crossposted at RedState

More from the man who saved the 2nd Amendment

In part 2 of 5 Judge Silberman speaks about the "incorporation doctrine" and it's affect, if any, on the 2nd Amendment.

Judge Silberman says:

The interesting question now that is going to go before the Supreme Court is whether the Second Amendment is incorporated. . . . It would be anomalous for the Supreme Court to conclude that the Second Amendment creates or protects an individual right to keep and bear arms, but it does not apply vis a vis the states.

He goes on to explain that the wording of the 2nd Amendment itself is broad enough to preclude the States from making laws infringing on the right to keep and bear arms. Regardless of whether "incorporation doctrine" is applied or not.

I wouldn't be surprised to see Judge Silberman appear on the short list for SCOTUS appointees in the next Republican administration, which should begin in Jan 2012.

Stay tuned for episodes 3-5.

Aaron B. Gardner

Crossposted at RedState