The Morning Links (6/8)

These are the morning links for June 8, 2011:

Bernanke comments kill stock rally.

Cut, Cap, Balance.

My money is on illegal aliens. R.I.P, Mr. Link.

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-imwit DC) is positively ignorant of the laws surrounding Memorial, monuments and who Code Pink and Adam Kokesh are. At least I hope it’s ignorance because the alternative is she is inciting unrest.

Glenn Beck interviews Danny Danon, Deputy Speaker of the Knesset in Jerusalem. This is the man who has been telling Obama where to stick it. Worth taking time to watch.

More on the NAACP teaming up with Unions to kill desperately needed charter schools in NYC. I know what these parents are up against in inner cities in this country. We need choice. We need it now. The Great Public Education Experiment has failed.

No Press allowed at LGBT event sessions – paid for by taxpayers.

He’s Toast. Another Weiner woman comes out of the ‘woodwork’. Transcript of their nauseating conversation on Facebook here. Now, call me crazy but didn’t he say in his press release that he had only done this once since he got married? This would seem to contradict that statement. Check out his voting record here. His rating is that of a poster child for far Left Liberals – NY, I didn’t think you were THAT nuts and you kept in there for 7 terms?? Related: Mommy told her to stop, so she did.

Ann Coulter floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee around Piers Morgan.

Fem writer: Let’s cut down on sex-selective abortions by respecting ‘right’ to choose. I’m with Sister 100% on this one — Dear God.  She’s also dead on about Wasserman Schultz doing some race baiting.

Obama Hates America:

The ROPAT mayhem and murder roundup:

Legal Eagles:

Your Morning Laugh and/or cry depending on how you see it:

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