By: Dave Logan

Congrats to Seal Team Six! OBL is dead and gone. However, this changes nothing. Come election time, it’ll be the economy and the constitution. Watch and learn. Doubts and questions are beginning to seep in. Terresa Monroe-Hamiliton at NoisyRoom starts it off.

TONIGHT: The Andrea Shea King Show–9 pm et.


Doubts and Questions Abound

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

I just happened to catch on Fox News all the happenings on the Bin Laden snuff out last night as we were hooking up new hardware and swearing at the slowness of software.

Geraldo comes on Fox News and starts going on about the president getting ready to address the nation. He is on there with a 3 star general, and it is being pointed out that this has never been done before on a Sunday evening. They call it a “pop up.” Speculation was all over the place from Gadhafi being killed, to invading Syria, to an impending attack via chemical/biological/nuclear warfare. Good times indeed.

Then, suddenly, Geraldo exclaims, “What if they got Osama Bin Laden?” I’m not kidding when I say 30 seconds later that is exactly what came over the wires. The president’s speech was delayed an hour and then Obama appeared trying and failing to look humble and triumphant simultaneously. Earlier, Geraldo reported that Bin Laden had been killed a week earlier and DNA was being verified. But Obama claimed that the intel was received a week earlier and Bin Laden was killed yesterday. That Obama gave the order to take the head honcho terrorist out.

Let the media Obama worship begin on every channel ad nauseam. Oh, do I have doubts and questions on this one. First off, let me say, that if he is dead, terrific! I hope he rots in hell. And if the Seals got him, awesome! But there are glaring out points here that all of the media will not address and that includes Fox News, who seems to be in an all out Obama love fest complete with progressives slobbering on air and the Woodrow Wilson Institute claiming victory for the left. Gag…

Now, this morning, I hear Bin Laden was buried at see because of Muslim tradition. Well, isn’t that convenient? No body to have to come clean on. Since when do we follow religious observation for terrorists?

I also want to know how thousands showed up at the White House within minutes of word getting out complete with signs and youthful exuberance. More showed up in Times Square and it had the definite feeling of actual astroturfed propaganda worthy of the Nazi regime. Maybe it was real, but I kind of doubt it.

And ask yourself, what is this distracting from? The border? Gun confiscation? The EPA? What? Because you just know the other hand is busy doing something.

I would love to revel in the knowledge Bin Laden is dead. But it is just too neat. Too convenient for a president whose ratings are in the toilet with a reelection coming up. Too convenient when the economy is in the crapper and our elites want to ‘stimulate’ it into recovery. Too neat that the assassination occurred on May Day, a Communist day. Just too many doubts and questions.


I spoke with a friend who is a Navy SEAL. Bin Laden’s death happened the way the SEALs reported it. The burial at sea also happened the way it was reported to reduce the martyr status of Bin Laden. That’s good enough for me – if the SEALs say it happened that way, I believe them. End of story. And now on to more pressing items.


Bin Laden Reported Killed

By: Trevor Loudon
New Zeal

From TMZ

Osama Bin Laden has been killed by U.S. military forces, President Barack Obama just announced.

The 9/11 mastermind was reportedly shot in the head in Pakistan and his body is in U.S. hands.

President Obama said he authorized the mission to make a move on Bin Laden last week — after several months of planning — and the attack went down today in the compound where the Al Qaeda leader was hiding. Bin Laden was killed after a firefight.

Bin Laden’s demise comes 9 years, 7 months and 20 days after the 2001 9/11 attacks.



By: Fern Sidman

Several hundred people gathered for a solemn vigil at the Iranian Mission to the United Nations on Sunday afternoon May 1st in New York City to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day. Snapping in the breeze was an Israeli flag held aloft by participants, and several feet away stood six burning torches representing the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis during World War II. Single handedly spearheading the event were Lynne Bursky Tammam and her husband Nessim of Great Neck, New York who organized buses from Long Island and other points outside of New York City to transport rally participants as well as arranging for a sizeable contingent of Jews from the former Soviet Union to be present.

Supporting the rally were such organizations as the New York Association of Holocaust Survivors, Amcha-Coalition for Jewish Concerns, Americans For A Safe Israel (AFSI), the Jewish Political Education Foundation, One Israel Fund, Stand With Us, Z Street, and the Zionist Organization of America. Organizers indicated that the objective of the gathering was to “protest the spread of defamation and libel against Israel and the Jewish people, threats against Israel’s existence and funding for international terror by the Iranian regime”.

Among the speakers in attendance were New York State Assemblyman and long time Jewish activist Dov Hikind (D), representing Brooklyn’s 48th assembly district, Rep. Jerrold Nadler, representing New York City’s 8th congressional district, Assemblyman David Weprin of New York’s 24th assembly district, Rabbi Allen Schwartz, spiritual leader of Congregation Ohev Tzedek on Manhattan’s upper west side, Rabbi Yaakov Lerner of the Young Israel of Great Neck, Rabbi Dale Polakoff of the Great Neck Synagogue and political activist Jeff Wiesenfeld.

Railing against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s infamous denial of the Holocaust and his direct threat to liquidate the State of Israel, the speakers launched acrimonious charges at “the cesspool of hatred” which has come to define the United Nations. Decrying the “hypocrisy of the UN and the whole world”, Rep. Nadler declared, “we must take any action to insure that there is no second Holocaust” and excoriated Teheran’s incipient nuclearization by saying “all options should be on the table”.

“Remembering the Holocaust is quite commendable, but what is needed now is a bold plan of Jewish activism”, intoned Assemblyman Hikind. “Our enemies are closing in on us at blinding speed and our very existence as a people is at stake and no Jewish organizations have offered a concrete plan of action”, he said. Mr. Hikind referenced his mother who is a survivor of Auschwitz and said, “Today’s Iran is no different that Nazi Germany. They want to exterminate us as did Hitler and due to their technological advancements they can accomplish their nefarious goals much faster than we think.”

As a former member of the Jewish Defense League and one who is unabashedly proud of his activist roots, Mr. Hikind ruefully observed, “We are an orphaned generation. What the Jewish community is sorely lacking today is authentic Jewish leadership that was epitomized by Rabbi Meir Kahane, of blessed memory. We need organizations and leaders who can mobilize thousands of Jews to take to the streets near the United Nations in September and declare our collective outrage over the proposed unilateral vote on the creation of a Palestinian state that is sworn to destroy Israel and the Jewish people.”

Lauding the courageous work of “such amazing people” as Lynne and Nessim Tamman who “took it upon themselves to get people out today”, Mr. Hikind said there is hope for the Jewish people as long as we become inspired by “the example of these two people and do everything in our power to take bold steps for our survival.”

Also the son of a Holocaust survivor, Rabbi Allen Schwartz of Congregation Ohev Tzedek warned that “Ahmadinejad wants to visit a new Holocaust on Israel while denying the veracity of the Holocaust that happened 70 years ago.” Noting the close proximity of the dates on the Jewish calendar of Yom HaShoa and Yom Ha”Atzmaout, Rabbi Schwartz recalled the ultimate optimism of the biblical prophet Zephania saying the task of the Jewish people is “to transform Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) into Yom Ha’Atzmaout, (Israeli Independence Day) a day of darkness into a day of light.”

“Israel, which sends healing across the world in times of crises has become a pariah state”, said Rabbi Yaakov Lerner of the Young Israel of Great Neck. Adding that “Amalek lives on” in the form of Ahmadinejad and others who represent an existential peril to Israel, he exhorted the rally participants to continue to speak out against Jew hatred without fear of world retribution.

Rabbi Dale Polakoff of the Great Neck Synagogue stated, “Remembering the Holocaust on Yom HaShoah is a misnomer. We must remember the lessons of this chapter of Jewish history every single day. If we don’t remember, who will?”

Serving as master of ceremonies, political activist Jeff Wiesenfeld took note of the Neturei Karta counter-protestors across the street who unfurled a Palestinian flag, and warned them that “if Ahmadinejad ever had his way with Israel and Jews, they’d be the first to go.”