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The two brothers suspected in bombing the Boston Marathon were not permitted to own handguns in the area they lived, authorities said Sunday.
Michelle Malkin is right: It is Allen West, Herman Cain and Katrina Pierson who are "our people." For regardless of color or creed, they believe in the virtues and values of our great land. They embrace it and stand ready to defend it.
His handlers warned him about expressing his opinion on the proposed mosque two blocks from the former Twin Towers. But as with the professor Henry Gates issue, Mr. Obama just couldn't help himself. Regarding the Massachusetts matter, Mr. Obama blurted out that "the Cambridge police acted stupidly." This time, we may infer that Americans opposing the mosque are acting stupidly, or at least contrary to America's "values" and principles of "religious freedom."
There appears to be a very disturbing pattern to President Obama's recent pronouncements. During the past year, he has embarrassed the Supreme Court, called the Cambridge Police Department stupid, fired an innocent worker and, most recently, betrayed the people who lost their lives in the Twin Towers ("Obama's mosque mess," Comment & Analysis, Tuesday).
With the recently issued findings of a committee that found both men at fault, the highly publicized incident involving Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Sgt. James Crowley of the Cambridge Police Department has been turned into one of pure mollycoddling and political appeasement ("Report faults Harvard teacher and cop," Web, News, Wednesday).
A year after prominent black Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. was arrested at his Camrbidge, Mass., home by Sgt. James Crowley, an independent committee concluded that both men were at fault and missed their chances to avoid the dispute that eventually made national headlines and led to a White House "beer summit."