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Two items on the continuing (un)safe school czar scandal:
Zombie investigates Kevin Jennings’ inspiration, NAMBLA enthusiast Harry Hay and concludes:
I have been unable to find information about any NAMBLA conference which Harry Hay didn’t attend.
I don’t know what it takes to be considered “in NAMBLA” or a “NAMBLA member,” but someone who makes appearances at and gives speeches at every known NAMBLA conference, and who speaks out publicly in NAMBLA’s defense, and who writes blurbs for NAMBLA books, would seem to be a likely candidate.
Jeffrey Lord at the American Spectator widens the lens with “Pelosi to Polanski to Jennings: Why Sean Hannity Is Right:”
One of the reasons the GOP lost control of the House in the 2006 elections was the scandal surrounding then-Florida Republican Congressman Mark Foley. Foley, it needs to be recalled, was revealed to be targeting young male House pages for sex — his texting messages to underage boys making him instantly infamous. In the ensuing uproar, Foley — correctly — resigned.
Leading the charge on this issue was none other than Nancy Pelosi — the Congresswoman from San Francisco. Said Pelosi on the issue which would make her Speaker of the House:
Republican leaders admitted to knowing about Mr. Foley’s abhorrent behavior for six months to a year and failed to protect the children in their trust. Republican Leaders must be investigated by the Ethics Committee and immediately questioned under oath.
Catch Speaker Pelosi’s phrase: “…protect the children in their trust.”
For failing to protect those children, Pelosi wanted a Congressional investigation, with members of Congress to be “immediately questioned under oath.”
But there was something curious going on with Pelosi, something that was revealed here in this space. To his considerable credit, Fox’s Sean Hannity picked up on the story instantly, consistent in his horror at the attitude toward sexual predators then and now.
It seems that back in 2001, Pelosi was a happy participant in the San Francisco Gay Pride parade. As noted here, with a large gay community in her hometown there was nothing unusual about this. What was unusual was that the Grand Marshal of the parade was one Harry Hay, the (now-deceased) advocate of “man-boy love”…
One more good read this morning from Byron York on the continuing battle over Obama’s radicals in the Examiner. Takeaway:
Does anyone believe that Jones, Sergant and Jennings are the only Obama officials about whom truly serious questions can be raised? While Obama’s other wars will someday end, this one might last the entire administration.