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Turley: Phone tamperer’s Tweet may violate court order

‘Govt official concedes no attempt to wiretap,’ O’Keefe Tweet gloats If there is a gag order against accused phone tamperer James O’Keefe then the once-celebrated conservative activist/journalist/prankster/defendant just might have broken it Wednesday night. “Govt official concedes no attempt to wiretap,” O’Keefe Tweeted a half-hour before midnight. Wednesday afternoon, NBC…

About face: Conservative Malkin disowns ‘ACORN pimp’ after phone tampering bust

If Michelle Malkin’s recent blog post is any indication, conservatives aren’t jumping to the defense of the activist who sought to expose the community group ACORN after he was busted “maliciously tampering” with phones at a Louisiana senator’s office. “This is neither a time to joke nor a time to…

ACORN ‘pimp’ charged with trying to wiretap Louisiana senator

Son of acting US Attorney also said involved The conservative activist who created a nightmare for the community organizing group ACORN and the son of an acting US Attorney were arrested Monday and charged with trying to wiretap Louisiana’s Democratic senator, Mary Landrieu. Activist James O’Keefe, 25, was already in…

Fox analyst: ACORN worker’s lawsuit ‘absolutely’ has merit

A Fox News legal analyst says the ACORN employee who last week filed a lawsuit against two filmmakers who secretly recorded her has a strong case. In a heated discussion on Fox & Friends, former prosecutor Arthur Aidala told host Gretchen Carlson that, under Pennsylvania law, it is illegal to…

David Axelrod smacks Karl Rove’s ‘shamelessness’ on deficit

President Barack Obama’s chief political strategist on Friday slammed his Bush administration counterpart Karl Rove for allegedly making up “his own facts” about Democrats. In an op-ed published in the Washington Post, David Axelrod accused Rove of hypocrisy and “shamelessness” for insinuating Sunday in a Post expose that Congressional Democrats…

Nine Vermont state office candidates favor secession

SHELBURNE, Vt. – Peter Garritano thinks it’s time for Vermont to call it quits with America. The way the 54-year-old automobile salesman sees it, the “empire” is about to implode and tiny Vermont can lead the way by becoming its own independent republic. So he’s running for lieutenant governor, topping…

Fearing Cheney’s wrath, Bush officials quietly hail Obama

Half a dozen former Bush administration anti-terrorism officials have told the New York Times that they support President Barack Obama’s approach to fighting terrorists, but won’t go on the record for political reasons. According to an article by Peter Baker, published at the New York Times Magazine Monday, some of…

US woman charged over threat to kill Michelle Obama

WASHINGTON — A US woman with a history of making threatening phone calls to the United States Secret Service has been arrested and charged with threatening to kill First Lady Michelle Obama. According to a criminal complaint obtained by AFP, Kristy Lee Roshia has been charged before a court in…

Exhausted Reid mistakenly voted ‘no’ before changing vote

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told the world that he had the sixty votes needed to pass the health care reform bill but the long hours he spent pushing to gain those votes almost cost him early Thursday morning. “Clearly exhausted, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid mistakenly voted no before…

Report: ICE using unlisted detention centers for immigrant prisoners

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is holding an untold number of people in secretively maintained detention facilities all over the United States, according to a report set to be published next year in The Nation. Many of the sites are unmarked and unlisted, going unnoticed in office parks and commercial…

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