Mark Fitzgibbons: ACORN, Payola and Color of Law
ConservativeHQ.com - Former Minnesota Attorney General Mike Hatch was endorsed in three statewide races by ACORN PAC. Did he cheat Minnesota taxpayers out of $750,000 in lawsuit settlement proceeds so he could divert a quarter million dollars to ACORN? Did his prot\351g\351, another ACORN-endorsed attorney general, Lori Swanson, look the other way when the law was either broken or evaded by her mentor?
CHQ contributor Mark Fitzgibbons writing at American Thinker gives us an example of how state officials, under "color of law," have engaged in what appears to be political quid pro quo. This unsavory example of how ACORN and politicians used lawsuits and questionable if not corrupt legal tactics to help each other is probably more common than the mainstream media would lead us to believe. [find this article and comment here]
Breitbart Outsmarting, Running Circles Around, the Old Media
Financial Times - Andrew Breitbart knew that the video of two undercover journalists exposing ACORN officials for unethical behavior was going to shock the political world. That is, if it made it through the liberal filter of the ultra-left Main Stream Media. Instead of letting Big Media kill the story, Breitbart took advantage of the new and alternative media to set the political agenda with a conservative story.
Conservative Women Activists Are Indeed "Smart Girls"
Human Events - Smart Girl Politics (SGP) is helping women who are "unapologetic about their beliefs and traditional values" in their quest to retake America from the clutches of Big Government bureaucrats. SGP Executive Director Teri Christoph says, "They're college students, stay-at-home moms, grandmas" who want their voices heard. SGP President Stacy Mott says she's transforming the growing number of conservative women who were gathering online into an offline movement.
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