Browsing All posts tagged under »Van Jones«

When the Greedy Feign Outrage

October 10, 2011 by


By Frank Salvato “Greedy: Excessively or inordinately desirous of wealth, profit, etc.; avaricious.” – By now, no doubt, you have heard about the “incredible” Occupy Wall Street Movement taking place on and around Wall Street; a movement whose organizers claim is “organic” and spreading across the globe, not unlike the so-called “Arab Spring.” There […]

Mr. Green Jobs Boondoggle Rides Again

August 12, 2011 by


By Michelle Malkin Van Jones, President Obama’s disgraced green jobs czar, is back with a radical progressive plan to rescue America … from his old boss. The problem, posits Jones, is that his fellow community organizer in the White House hasn’t spent enough, regulated enough or taxed enough to achieve their perverse version of the […]

EPA Boss to Speak at Youth Climate Conference With Van Jones and International Socialists

April 14, 2011 by


By Noel Sheppard On Saturday, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Lisa Jackson will be giving the keynote speech at the Energy Action Coalition’s Power Shift 2011 conference, a meeting of potentially 10,000 green youth activists in Washington, D.C. According to the schedule, President Obama’s former green jobs czar Van Jones will be speaking […]

Van Jones: ‘Higher Energy Costs Are Unavoidable’

July 16, 2010 by


By Dan Gainor The left continues to try to renovate Van Jones’ reputation. Jones, the former green jobs czar who disappeared from the White House in a late-night resignation after it was revealed he had signed a 9/11 Truther petition, is one of the headliners at the Hamptons Institute gathering of lefties this weekend. Jones […]

We Need Green Money, Not Green Jobs

March 1, 2010 by


By Star Parker Van Jones is back, reconstructed and rehabilitated. Jones, you may recall, departed from his White House job as “green jobs czar” after publicity about his association with a “9/11 truther” organization that alleges complicity of the Bush administration with the 9/11 attack. He was already a lightning rod, having characterized President Bush […]

Underreported Stories Of 2009

January 3, 2010 by


By Michelle Malkin Most news outlets end the year with extensive reviews of their top headlines and scoops. But the stories they didn’t cover deserve much greater attention. Journalistic sins of omission are often far more damning and more telling than sins of commission. Let’s start with the administration’s ongoing radical czar problem. Until Bay […]

Its Still 3rd and Long, Time to Move the Rock Downfield!

September 23, 2009 by


ACORN for the first time faces the prospect of receiving its just desserts. The fat lady may be on TV but she ain’t singing yet, and these people are practiced in the art of covering their tracks. So it behooves us not to get overconfident just yet. While the investigation on ACORN (and according to […]