theodore M I R A L D I mpa ... editor, publisher, writer. katherine molé mfa ... art director

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Bye-bye, First Amendment......

This story needs to be posted throughout this nation, of how a home-grown

terrorist, Anwar al-Awlaki, issued death threats that render our First Amendment

right null and void ("There Is No More Molly," Editorial, Sept. 27).

This man has been linked to the Fort Hood Massacre and the failed Times Square


Molly Norris thought that by having the Bill of Rights on her side she could break

his hold on drawing pictures of Mohammed by starting "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day."

Poor Molly was advised by the FBI to go hide under a rock, which she likely has

done. Her rights have been threatened by a traitor, and our government of

appeasement is bowing and kissing his hand.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

the emperor's edicts...........

to tell usAs a former smoker, there are elements in Bloomberg's edicts that make perfect sense, but our

illustrious mayor has gone astray. This quest of controlling our behaviors stinks of social deviance,

not by those who smoke, but by those who feel the moral superiority what, or what not to do.

The mayor himself dismisses edicts when he chooses, like running for a third term against voter approval.

Meaning well and doing the right thing can sometimes can get stuck in ones throat. While the mayor may

be counting the particulates flowing into our lungs, he overlooks the dangers of the Ground Zero Mosque

under the guise of freedom. Well sometimes you can't have it both ways, it makes one look foolish and irrelevent.

Reid's Drean Act......

Michele Malkin's reiterates just how far the Democratic party will go to hold unto power in both Houses.

Reid's open border policies are now affecting student status and the acquisition of green cards in the hope

of securing the Latino vote. This outright pandering to the Latino community is nothing more than an amnesty

for illegals. The democrats continue to disregard the will of the American Public, which clearly states hardening

immigration law and stricter control to any form of amnesty. Piggyback bills like the Dream Act should be

considered an unethical approach to legislating laws the taxpayer doesn't want. Another con game by the

democrats who, it would seem, will do whatever it takes to circumvent ethical policy proposals.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

What's the World Come To, If You Can't Believe the Imam. NYPost 9/16/2010

There are mass deceptions surrounding who's paying the bill to develop the

downtown property into a much-needed mosque and cultural center.

Rauf has sworn that he's a registered voter who regularly casts a ballot.

Another bald-faced lie by a man of faith.

What exactly can we believe about this entire mess?

Now it's surfaced that an imam who used to regularly shoot his mouth off at the

mosque says that 9/11 was an inside job.

This is the worst bunch of bumbling idiots that can't even keep their

disingenuous stories together.

It's time for a full investigation into what is really going on and to do

something about it.

Theodore Miraldi

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Saturday, September 4, 2010

Mosque Money Men, One Shady Group... NYPost 9/4/10

* This is sheer arrogance from the two mosque mice who are trying to pull a fast one on New York City and the families of 9/11 victims.

Heaped in debt from properties around the city, these two cheap-trick artists have gotten New Yorkers up in arms.

Back taxes and accusations of slumlord behavior have cut these two disingenuous critters down to size.

There is no money to develop this site. Guess where the money must be coming from?

Between Sharif El-Gamal and Imam Rauf, what we need to do is follow the money.

This was a sham from the very beginning. Throw in a little criminal activity, and what you have is a recipe for disaster.

Theodore Miraldi

PS: Follow the money, from an egyption businessman Hisham Elzanaty who actually funded Hamas, and got caught up in a medicaid payment scam.

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