Browsing All posts tagged under »Charles Rangel«

Crimes and Misdemeanors

August 31, 2010 by


By Burt Prelutsky As I sit here, I have no idea how things will play out for Charles Rangel and Maxine Waters, although I find it highly unlikely that either of them will end up in a congressional trial, no matter how much the defendants claim they wish to have the air cleared. When Nancy […]

The Nobel Prize Committee Could Be Racists

October 12, 2009 by


What the heck were the nirwits in Norway thinking? Don’t they realize how much they have disrespected the President Of The United States? There has been a worldwide backlash against this, and it is the Committee’s own fault. They pulled a massive blunder, and they gave Obama the wrong prize! Was there an element of […]

The Rangel Rule Versus The Wilson Rebuke

September 25, 2009 by


Today’s focus will be a study of hypocrisy. We will try and determine what is the most serious offense, a Republican Congressman blurting out “You Lie” during a speech given by the President, or a high-ranking Democrat member of Congress violating federal law. If you had missed Congressman Joe Wilson shouting out “You Lie” during […]

Raising a Ruckus over Rangel

January 31, 2009 by


Written by ALG Admin Amongst the myriad of pork-laden bills that have arisen in Congress in recent weeks, at least one actually favors the citizenry and would help narrow the gulf between American people and the “more equal” political elites in Washington. HR 735, proposed Wednesday by Texas Republican Congressman John Carter, would eliminate all […]