Tom DeLay indicted on conspiracy charge.
See for yourself:
Watch the video (QT Streaming)
Here’s the transcript:
The blogs have been checking into Michael Brown’s background, really just after Hurricane Katrina, and that is something not lost on Michael Brown himself. He actually mentioned a blog during testimony today before the congressional committee. We’ve covered over the name of the blog because it has kind of a bad word in it, but this is from ThinkProgress.org, Brown talking about the blog that looked into his background with the horse association.
Here’s a link to the original, uncensored, post.
White House Press Briefing with Ari Fleischer, 5/7/01:
QUESTION: Does the President believe that, given the amount of energy Americans consume per capita, how much it exceeds any other citizen in any other country in the world, does the President believe we need to correct our lifestyles to address the energy problem?
FLEISCHER: That’s a big no. The President believes that it’s an American way of life. LISTEN HERE
White House Press Briefing with Scott McClellan, 9/26/05:
MCCLELLAN: [T]here are steps that — or initiatives that the President has outlined that are important steps that we can take to reduce our dependence on foreign sources of energy. This has been a high priority for the President from day one. LISTEN HERE
(HT: The Daily Show)
“Answer all the questions.” (Sub. Req’d)
My understanding is that the KKK doesn’t even ban members by race…[and] has less racist bylaws [than the Black Caucus].
In fact, according to the bylaws, caucus is open to non-blacks who support the mission of the Black Caucus:
The regular membership shall consist of those black elected officials serving in the state Senate and House of Representatives.
[H]onorary membership [can be granted to] those persons whose belief and actions contribute to the purpose for which this caucus was formed.
Campfield makes a compelling case for his membership on his blog. He notes that “Many of my friends and neighbors are considered minority” and even posts MLK Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
(His comparison of his fight to exclude liberal thought from college campuses to the fight for the 1964 civil rights act probably didn’t help his cause.)
Stay tuned: FOX News has evidently contacted Campfield for an interview.
(HT: Tennessee Guerilla Women).