Washington, D.C. September, 2005
Melanie Morgan, who organized the event, is Co-Chair of Move America Forward.
She is also a radio talk show host on San Francisco’s KSFO AM560 Lee Rodgers Show. She initiated the recall of Gov. Gray Davis in California, pushed the ecological issue of banning MTBE in the gas there, and […]
Unlike in Boston, where the Democrats stifled free speech by dissenters, keeping them within barbed wire enclosures, in New York City, the First Amendment was enabled to an extraordinary degree. Approximately 100,000 people marched right past Madison Square Garden, the home of the Republican Convention.
A crowd of 100,000 left-leaners contains a […]
February 17, 2006 in front of the Danish Consulate near the United Nations in New York
Nov. 2, 2005 Union Square, New York yet another anti Bush hate-fest theme: DRIVE OUT THE BUSH REGIME!
RESIST OR DIE
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A sunny day in Washington Square Park, January, 2006 Veterans for Peace led a symbolic “coffin walk” from the park to the closest recruiting center. The cardboard coffins are extremely lightweight; that’s not why these people are miserable. They’re just miserable, period. A group of counter-protesters preceded them to the recruiting center and stymied the […]
Move America Forward and various other groups at “Support our Troops and thier Mission weekend”, Washington, D.C. September 23-25, 2005
Protest Warrior, Move America Forward, Free Republic, Defend the White House, Military Families Voice of Victory, Marine Moms, and others gathered in D.C. to counter the radical left anti-American rally.
Iraq, another country […]
September, 2005 — an anti-war march in Washington, D.C.
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The first, very long chapter of the Ward Churchill saga ended this afternoon as just about everybody including Churchill had predicted: He was fired from his job as ethnic studies professor at the University of Colorado.
WARD’S STUDENT POSSE
“We’re his students, and we’re here for solidarity.” They brought all of the […]
These photo essays have been featured on many sites, including Little Green Footballs, Michelle Malkin, Atlas Shrugs, and Rush Limbaugh’s web site, and mentioned on the Rush Limbaugh show. In its short history, it’s gotten over 125,000 views.