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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Polygamist fugitive Warren Jeffs Steed caught


Warren Steed Jeffs, 50, was the notorious leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who was placed on the FBI's 10 most wanted for numerous cases of child sexual abuse. He was caught near Las Vegas during a routine traffic stop.

Polygamist sect leader arrested in Las Vegas

Of course, the right-wingers will get defensive when we point out the obvious. That is, right-wing extremist religious zealots commit the most atrocious sex crimes against children. But since they don't like to accept these strong corelations, we will fill in the gaps as we have done so in the past.

Right-Wing Extremist Cult Leaders

Monday, August 28, 2006

More Updates

I added some more links on the right-hand column and sorted them alphabetically.

CoulterKampf - Watch site on Ann Coulter's hatred and lies.
exChristian.net - An alternative to religion; that is, you can do without religion.
News Hounds - The site's logo, "We watch FOX so you don;t have to", says it all.

I also added a few more "Favorites".

Saturday, August 26, 2006

More on the wicked Ann Coulter


Now that the five part series of Daniel Borchers story exposing Ann Coulter's hateful and illegal tactics is out on this site, we have more recommended sites. Please visit coulterkampf.blogspot.com, a blogsite monitoring the hatred, lies, and extremism of Ann Coulter, created by Lydia Cornell. Dan Borchers has written his own summary of the situation on the site.




Lydia Cornell is an actress, writer, and celebrity who was a regular cast member of the 80s TV show, Too Close For Comfort, and has continued her career in the media in other roles. She also had her personal altercations with the wicked Ann Coulter, who is notorious for treacherous retaliation. Look out for her book, "How To Talk To Ann Coulter, If You Must", due this fall.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 5

Here it is, the 5th and final part of Daniel Borcher's experiences of retaliation by the far right for exposing Ann Coulter's plagiarism in her 1998 book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors. See part 1 for the complete story. And here's a message from us, Ann Coulter and friends: the battle has only begun, and you only succeeded in motivating us to bring your hate-filled, extremist fascist career to an end.

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 1
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 2
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 3
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 4
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 5

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Another Phantom Ann Coulter Stalker!
Conservatives Perfect the Politics of Personal Destruction
By Daniel Borchers


Current Score:
Dan Borchers – 9.
Human Events – 0.

Current Status: No Apology. No Retraction.


Ann Coulter sicked her attack dogs on me, figuratively-speaking. Current plagiarism allegations surrounding Coulter’s fifth book, Godless, were heating up and my definitive essay proving Coulter’s plagiarism in her first book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, proved woefully inconvenient to her reputation and her career. Something had to be done. The dogs were unleashed to do their master’s bidding.

Portraying herself as a victim, Coulter willfully victimizes the innocent to protect the guilty.

Coulter colleague Lisa De Pasquale leapt into the fray, attacking all those who dared criticize her mentor and friend. De Pasquale wrote a defamatory essay whose express purpose was to “debunk” those inconvenient plagiarism allegations. Her method: ignore the merits of the charges, attack the critics. De Pasquale chose to vilify me in order to discredit me and thus 1) discredit my essay about Coulter’s plagiarism in High Crimes and 2) discourage other Coulter critics from citing a conservative critic of Coulter.

De Pasquale painstakingly painted a portrait of stalking, but her watercolor of lies was rapidly washed away by the river of truth.

Two problems emerged for De Pasquale and for Coulter. First, those pesky plagiarism allegations (past and present) remain credible. Very credible. Evidence mounts with each new examination. Second, their defamation of me was utterly without merit, as proven by the first four parts in this series. Indeed, I was prepared to refute even more falsehoods contained in that vicious essay, but Human Events Online had already removed it. (Where is the retraction, Mr. Bluey?)

Two aspects of this episode are worthy of note. First, De Pasquale’s essay reveals the depth of their desperation. Yet, despite their best efforts, they were unable to refute the current plagiarism charges and they had to finally admit that my exposé of High Crimes’ plagiarism was far from “ridiculous.”

Second, De Pasquale’s essay offers a character snapshot of its author and her muse. Has treachery become an accepted way of life for Coulter and her acolytes? Certainly, they have jettisoned principles for personal and professional profit. They have redefined words in an Orwellian manner to suppress the truth and speak lies. Finally, one is left to wonder if they even have a conscience.

In “Debunking the Coulter Plagiarism Charges,” De Pasquale failed in her primary mission: Nothing was debunked. Her secondary mission – destroy the character of Coulter’s critics – also failed abysmally. Indeed, her own character flaws and journalistic judgment were exposed as questionable, at best.

De Pasquale – and Human Events Online – fascistically fabricated “facts,” falsified “evidence” and redefined language (Newspeak) to vilify a conservative critic of Coulter and diminish his effectiveness in the political arena. Every citation and insinuation was geared towards portraying me as a stalker.

But more on that later. First, let’s look at how Coulter and her comrades abuse the English language, perverting words to pursue their own personal and partisan purposes.



Censorship and Book Burning

Coulter, irked at being interrupted in an on-air debate, cried censorship: “When do I get to talk? Can I respond? No, interrupt him! I’m not going to be the only person censored on this show.” (Ann Coulter, Rivera Live, 3/11/98)

The victim of the editor’s knife, Coulter exclaimed: “My answers were all truncated. I can’t believe I’ve been censored by George. … Censored by George.” (Ann Coulter, Rivera Live, 12/30/98)

Tom Winter, President and Editor-in-Chief of Human Events, sent me an email promotion for Coulter’s fourth book, How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must). The title of that email promotion proclaimed: “Ann Coulter: Uncensored and Uncut.” Crown Forum’s promotion emulated that absurd thesis:

In this full-on Coulterpalooza, you’ll find the real, uncensored Ann Coulter. A special concluding chapter even includes the pieces that squeamish editors refused to publish – “what you could have read if you lived in a free country,” says Coulter.


Does Coulter really believe she is being censored? That she is not living in a free country? That people can’t read her work?

Likewise, when newspapers choose to drop Coulter’s syndicated column, her defenders shout “censorship.” Newsmax recently made that very charge (headline: “Ann Coulter Censored Again”).

When two assemblywomen in New Jersey suggested that Coulter’s book be boycotted, her defenders spoke of “book-burning” liberals. Coulter’s own essay title (“’Godless’ causes liberals to pray … for a book burning”) led the way. The Media Research Center echoed Coulter’s theme.

So, it’s alright to boycott Michael Moore pseudo-documentaries and Showtime’s biased movies about Ronald and Nancy Reagan, but books by Ann Coulter must be published and must be purchased?



Stalking

Coulter is well known for redefining words. Slander and treason, patriotism and McCarthyism – these all took on new meanings in Coulter’s political lexicon. Oh – and “godless” means something entirely different now, too. “Stalking” is one of those words having undergone Newspeak redefinition.

Coulter has applied that legal term to an investigative journalist doing research for a book, a blogger conducting a telephone interview, her own boyfriend and even to herself.

[On blogger] “Um, this, this does sound like a stalker. Um, I, I, I, I’m not sure where I, I am from has anything to do with my book. Perhaps I should retract it because I’m from New Canaan, write a different book instead. I don’t, I don’t really get the point of that. … I think we might just want to skip the stalker’s questions.” – Ann Coulter, interview with Scoobie Davis, 7/11/02

[On investigative journalist] “He’s a creepy person. ... he was creepy and he was weird and I have a pretty low threshold for that sort of thing.” – Ann Coulter, Rivera Live, 6/7/00

[On her Muslim boyfriend] “At first, I thought he was a terrorist. I just kept on running into this handsome Muslim on the street. He was a fan of mine. … He was [stalking me], but he was a good-looking stalker. I’d been so looking for one of those.” – Ann Coulter, Daily Telegraph, 7/19/02

[On herself] “It’s an honor to introduce Christopher Hitchens. I actually wasn’t prepared for this. I’m just Chris’s stalker. I just show up wherever he’s speaking, because he’ll call the President a rapist, and that always perks me up.” – Ann Coulter, speech introduction, 8/15/00


Now, that emotionally-charged term has been directed at me.



Coulter’s Hinkley

De Pasquale wrote, ““This is literally like hiring John Hinkley to write about Jodie Foster. The fact that the left is using Borchers as the go-to expert on Ann Coulter proves how little evidence they have against her.” The clear, consciously-created impression is unmistakable, especially within the context of all of the falsehoods fabricated to support that impression. As noted to Bluey, “None of it is true!”

Coulter, De Pasquale and other Coulter colleagues have used this phony charge against me to scuttle speech opportunities, prevent me from being a guest on TV and Top 100 radio talk shows and even prohibit me from attending political conferences. They have privately defamed me for years. With her (removed, but not retracted) essay, De Pasquale went public – without proof of any kind!

Coulter and Co. know that such an incendiary charge, regardless of the truth, is taken seriously. In today’s cultural climate, the burden of proof often falls to the one alleged to be guilty. In other words, the mere assertion of stalking yields a presumption of guilt. Guilty until proven innocent.

But where’s the proof? Where are the criminal investigations? The restraining orders and other legal and judicial action? Where’s the beef? It exists only in the fevered fantasies of a paranoid pundit desperate to escape the truth regarding her own depravity.

Imagine that, the very conservatives who condemned character assassination during the Clinton administration are now themselves perfecting the politics of personal destruction.

As we conclude Part V in this series, consider Coulter’s words during the Clinton impeachment saga:

I think this is one of the creepiest things about Clinton. Would anyone smear another human being to protect himself? This really is such a creepy thing about Clinton. I mean, first he doesn’t treat her like a fellow human being, I think, in the form their relationship took. But then, he’ll turn on a dime, he’ll turn on a dime, and smear her and denounce her as a stalker. – Ann Coulter, This Evening with Judith Regan, 2/6/00


Consider, too, Coulter’s citation at the end of her third book, Treason:

In Enemies of Society, Paul Johnson warned: “A man who deliberately inflicts violence on the language will almost certainly inflict violence on human beings if he acquires the power. Those who treasure the meaning of words will treasure truth, and those who bend words to their purposes are very likely in pursuit of anti-social ones. The correct and honorable use of words is the first and natural credential of civilized status.” – Ann Coulter, Treason, 2003, pg. 292


With Godless, Coulter has become the de facto conservative expert on God. She recently appeared as a theological expert on both the Christian Broadcasting Network and the Trinity Broadcasting Network. It would behoove all who thus regard Coulter to consider these powerful words from Scripture:

These six things the Lord hates, Yes, seven are an abomination to Him: A proud look, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that are swift in running to evil, a false witness who speaks lies, and one who sows discord among brethren. – Proverbs 6:16-19


Pride, lying and false witnessing are among the greatest abominations to God. Coulter is adept at all three. The greatest abomination in God’s eyes is sowing “discord among brethren.” Who sows more discord than Coulter, the self-styled polemist who denies the existence of a Christian Left and even calls liberal Christians “godless?”

When will Coulter and all those who serve her listen to God and heed their conscience? May God grant them repentance and redeem their souls.

[Daniel Borchers is the Editor of BrotherWatch and the President of Citizens for Principled Conservatism. He can be reached at PrincipledConservative@yahoo.com.]

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Rush Limbaugh's ideas on Survivor series segregation

Rush Limbaugh is at it again. After CBS announced their upcoming TV series Survivor were going to be segregated by race, Rush took the opportunity to racially stereotype and trash on the various non-white races. Media Matters lists some of Rush's stereotyping.

  • The African tribe would have the worst swimmers; the best tribe are the whites.
  • Hispanics will do things other people won't do.
  • The Asian-American tribe are the brainiacs but lack understanding of the native land.
  • Native Americans were excluded, because they were at one with the land and they would probably have an unfair advantage.
  • Whites will win by cheating.


Being a white male bigot, Rush Limbaugh doesn't like to face the brutal truth, but the reality is that the white race will be the biggest loser of them all. Here's why.

  • The white tribe has the lowest birth rate and is the only race in the world declining in population.
  • The white tribe look to leaders like Rush Limbaugh, who is a poor example of a family leader, since Rush himself has proven to be impotent and childless.
  • The white tribe will elect power-hungry, right-wing fascists like the Republicans who will eliminate the left-wing members, then hoard all the power and screw their own supporters.
  • The white tribe won't have other non-white races to exploit and discriminate against to do their work, so they will have to do their own work in a less efficient manner.
  • The white tribe won't be able to afford to raise a family, and resort to crazy tactics like sexually molesting and murdering their children.
  • The white tribe will eventually go into insanity, murder their own members, then commit suicide.


Disclaimer on Racism

Disclaimer on Racism

Just as racists like Steve Sailer have entered controversial topics like racial characteristics, so have we. We will sometimes post articles, observations, and realities that seem to attack the white European race, but it is not meant for that purpose. The reasons we do so are:

1) Racists like Sailer are so quick to trash on the non-white races and get a high out of it, but get defensive and reluctant to trash on their own race. We are only filling the gaps by showing everyone the trash Sailer deliberately omits.

2) White supremacist hate sites like vdare.com , cofcc.org , and amren.com (all which Sailer has affiliations) spew out the same trashy tactics against the non-whites. It's really Sailer's call. If he wants to dig trash on the non-whites, it's only fair he digs out the trash in himself. If he doesn't, we will fill in the gap.

3) The amount to trash we dig out on whites is only a very small percentage compared to the countless years Sailer and his kind have done so.

4) We are not in the friendship business. We fight hard against these kind of racists and go into controversial territory. If you want to make friends, go to www.friendster.com , but if you want to get down to business to fight the racists, come here.

5) Racists like Sailer don't even provide these disclaimers and explanations. We take the time to do so.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Even the Wealthy Having Trouble Affording Health Care

Affordable health care has never been a concern for Bush, the Republicans, or Steve Sailer, but it is a reality where health care costs are growing faster than a cancer cell, and growing to such disastrous proportions even the wealthy families making over $75K are having trouble affording it.

A study by the Commonwealth Fund shows the following percentage of families by income group had difficulties paying for health care.

Income RangePercent having trouble
Under $35,00050
$35,000 - $49,99948
$50,000 - $74,99933
$75,000+21


AFL-CIO site: Even the Wealthy Having Trouble Affording Health Care

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Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Conservatives do not have higher birth rates

Sailer recently referenced professor Arthur C. Brooks of Syracuse who claims liberals have significantly lower birth rates than conservatives. More lies and wishful thinking by the far right. Let's look at the reality of birth rates by race and political affiliation.

Reality: Every race in America except the white race is more likely to vote Democrat.

Reality: Every non-white race in America has higher birth rates and is increasing in population.

Reality: The white race is the only race in America more likely to vote Republican.

Reality: The white race has the lowest birth rate and is the only race declining in population.

Reality: Republican policies hurt families and lower birth rates.

Reality: Democratic politics are family friendly and as a result enable families to raise children.

Monday, August 21, 2006

Fraud and Scam tactics

eXchristian.net has an excellent video (7 minutes long) showing how the TV evangelists carry out their faith healing scams. The two main fraudulent tactics are as follows.


1) Pre-interview and prepare before the televised session.

In this example, there are about 30 people who arrive about an hour early before the sermon starts. During that time, the pastor interviews and asks them about their medical, emotional, or family problems. Then the audience grows by the thousands, but are unaware the pastor pre-interviewed the early 30. When the sermon starts, the pastor then carries out his faith-healing sermon based on information he gathered shortly beforehand, but appears to have divine insight into people's problems.


2) Wireless transmitter.

Technology has made incredible advances within the past few decades. While the pastor is on stage providing "God-inspired" miraculous insight into the audience, he secretly has a hidden wireless transmitter in his ear, and on the other side his accomplice is transmitting the information to him.


So what does this have to do with Steve Sailer? The reality is, Steve Sailer lies and bluffs to make himself look bigger than what he really is. He recently wrote in VDare that when he was working as a businessman, he had all-expense paid trips to meet with the executives of Wal-Mart in Bentonville, Arkansas. In reality, he was working in quantitative analysis, not high-pitched sales with rich executives.

And what about all those diverse readers, such as doctors, lawyers, professional athletes, business executives, etc..., Sailer frequently mentions? Maybe some of them do exist, but most of them are imaginary fiction so Sailer has something to write and bluff.

Steve Sailer hates everything

Steve Sailer hates everything out there. In his latest VDare article on Andrew Young's recent firing from WalMart, he hates:

1) Andrew Young because he is black.
2) Wal-Mart for driving his kind of white rednecks in rural areas out of business.
3) Immigrant store owners who compete against WalMart.

It sure must suck to be on Sailer's side, when you don't have any friends or anything worthwhile to support.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 4

Here is part 4 of 5 of Daniel Borcher's continuing experiences of retaliation by the far right for exposing Ann Coulter's plagiarism in her 1998 book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors. The final part will be posted in about a week. See the link at Part 1 below for the full story.

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 1
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 2
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 3
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 4
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 5


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Human Events Bunkers Down; Ignores Truth
Fraudulent Essay Debunked
By Daniel Borchers

Current Score:
Dan Borchers – 9.
Human Events – 0.

Current Status: No Apology. No Retraction.

In Parts I thru III of this series, I refuted a growing list of falsehoods and fabrications contained in Lisa De Pasquale’s defamatory diatribe which, ironically, was designed to debunk plagiarism allegations against Ann Coulter. Those allegations – past and present – remain intact. As for De Pasquale’s essay assassinating my character, her many fabricated lies were disproved with facts and evidence.


Coulter Cover-up Continued


Despite the unassailable evidence proving my innocence, Human Events Online chose to preserve those prevarications on its website. The editor, Robert Bluey, ignored the truth and left the lies on the Internet, raising questions as to his own journalistic competence and/or integrity. I personally presume that his youthful inexperience and partisan zeal have blinded him to his responsibilities and obligations to truth and honor.

But I asked Bluey why the essay remained on his website despite the plethora of errors already unearthed and the hidden agenda of its author:


Are you so eager to defend Ms. Coulter at any cost that you will countenance lies, distortion, manipulation and fabrication?

How is it that, for instance, you discovered and sought to apply a definition for “pornography” to those two photos in my press kit, but then quickly drop the matter once it turns out Ms. Coulter’s own photos would fall into that same category? By the way, those so-called “pornographic photos” would not preclude a movie from getting a “G” rating. Talk about going to an extreme!

At every turn, you have twisted the truth and accepted as fact biased opinions without regard to actual evidence. Where’s the evidence? Did I distribute pornographic photos? Have I violated copyright laws? What “erratic behavior” did Ms. De Pasquale witness firsthand? Where are the fake names? The phony press passes?

None of it is true, but you seem content to allow my reputation to be tarnished to defend a meal ticket for Human Events.

As requested in an earlier email, please carefully examine every grievance I have thus far presented, and then either obtain factual evidence to corroborate Ms. De Pasquale’s statements or correct them as necessary. (And it is necessary!)

Bluey’s response? Silence.


Calling All Editors


Bluey’s failure to respond necessitated contacting Terence Jeffrey, the seasoned editor of the print edition of Human Events – and someone who had firsthand knowledge of Coulter’s proven plagiarism in High Crimes and Misdemeanors. My email to Jeffrey outlined the situation and asked for a retraction:


Human Events defamed me and, despite proving my innocence, has corrected very few of the errors contained in Ms. De Pasquale’s polemic.

Among the points already raised:

  1. “ridiculous article” – deleted upon my providing proof of its accuracy and documentation.
  2. “false pretenses” – Mr. Bluey first claimed to have confirmed the accuracy of that charge, then deleted it only after I proved it false.
  3. “phony press pass” – Mr. Bluey first claimed to have confirmed the accuracy of that charge, then deleted it only after I proved it false.
  4. “fake names” – Mr. Bluey first claimed to have confirmed the accuracy of that charge, then deleted it only after I proved it false.
  5. “copyright issues” – Mr. Bluey knows there are none, but raises phony arguments to retain that lie.
  6. “pornographic photos” – Mr. Bluey first falsely claimed them pornographic and falsely applied a definition of pornography which does not apply, then dismissed it upon my demonstrating the absurdity of the claim. That false charge remains in the article.
  7. doctored photos – Mr. Bluey admits I did not doctor those photos but justifies allowing that deliberate false impression to remain in the article.
  8. “erratic behavior” – Unnamed, undefined and unproven.
  9. harassment of former co-workers – Unnamed, undefined and unproven. In contrast, I have offered a short list of harassment by Ms. Coulter’s colleagues against me (with evidence).


In my correspondence with your office, I have amply demonstrated that Ms. De Pasquale is a biased and unreliable witness whose subjective perceptions and wishful assertions are not corroborated by facts. I trust that you will review this matter and do what journalistic integrity requires: retract.

But Jeffrey, too, ignored my request.


More Emails Required!

In a follow-up email, I restated my request for a prompt resolution:


I first emailed you about this defamatory essay ten days ago. Given the gravity of the situation, a quick resolution is in order.

Mr. Bluey’s responses have been reflexive (defend Ms. Coulter at any cost), not reflective (what is the truth of the matter?). He seems so intent to defend your premiere polemist that he presents glaring lapses in logic and linguistics. When one
misdirection fails, try another. But the truth – oh, no, we can’t have that!

Simple journalistic maxims seem to have escaped your staff: 1) Think, then write, 2) Verify, then print and 3) Correct ASAP. With each grievance, I presented facts, evidence, logic and moral authority, only to be met with circumlocution, misapplication of definitions, circular reasoning, false assumptions and specious speculations. Orwellian Newspeak and doublethink have no place in the media.

Mr. Jeffrey, it may have escaped your notice, but I am not afraid of the truth. Let the cards fall where they may. In my walk with Jesus, I have learned the importance of many things, such as being instant in prayer, being quick to repent, and being zealous for the truth. In the end, the truth will come out. It always does.

Let’s be clear here: the only reason for Ms. De Pasquale’s vicious attack against me is because I have spoken the truth about Ms. Coulter and done so effectively, with citations far more accurate than Ms. Coulter’s. For that, Ms. De Pasquale has chosen to pillory me, steal my reputation and destroy my credibility.

Ask yourself, why now? Why not when the alleged incidents occurred? Despite my media silence for most of this year, my fact-filled essay documenting Ms. Coulter’s proven plagiarism of portions of her first book inconveniently lent credence to the proposition that Ms. Coulter has a pattern of plagiarism, encompassing even her fifth book. Rather than refute the latest plagiarism charges, Ms. De Pasquale chose to assassinate my character. Hardly a conservative or a Christian thing to do.

Please expedite resolution of this matter. Thank you in advance.

Jeffrey’s response? Silence. My next two emails also went unanswered:


(July 21, 2006)

Please advise of your intentions regarding the slanderous piece by Ms. De Pasquale published on your website. Do you intend to issue a retraction or should I forward additional errors contained therein?

(July 24, 2006)

It has been fully two weeks since I first advised you of Ms. De Pasquale’s vicious attack against my character. Please advise me immediately of the course of action which Human Events plans to take to rectify this journalistic travesty.

Finally! An answer and a Threat!

Bluey’s final email to me (here, in its entirety) was brief, combative and threatening!

The article was deleted in its entirety last week. Please do not contact me again. If you continue to harass me, I will contact the FBI.


My final email to Bluey is also provided in its entirety:

Dear Mr. Bluey:

You astonish me. First, you publish a defamatory article about me. Then, you accuse me of harassment for merely seeking to clear my good name. You even have the audacity to threaten me!

Why did you not tell me you had deleted the article? (That would have precluded several emails.) Why did you ignore my emails and leave me in suspense as to your intentions?

Still, you have not even dealt with my initial request – retraction. Removal is not the same as retraction. Many people read the slanderous diatribe against me but they have not been apprised of the lies contained therein. Many websites have cited, reprinted or linked to that article. They are not aware of its many egregious errors.

As per your request, this will be my last email to you. Please permit a word of advice from someone who has been published longer than you have been alive: Words have meaning. Precision and accuracy are hallmarks of a good journalist. Accusations are not facts. Allegations are not truth. Verify prior to publication. When you screw up, admit it, apologize and correct your mistakes. Principles matter more than partisanship. Finally, maintain your integrity.

Sincerely,

Daniel Borchers



In Part V, I address some of the smear tactics perfected by Ann Coulter and her cadre of supporters who are willing to willy-nilly make false accusations and threaten Coulter’s critics.

[Daniel Borchers is the Editor of BrotherWatch and the President of Citizens for Principled Conservatism. He can be reached at PrincipledConservative@yahoo.com.]

Friday, August 18, 2006

The Sailer Curse: Republicans Losing The 'Security Moms'

Steve Sailer came up with bogus names like the Sailer strategy and the Sailer scheme. However, there is another inevitable effect from being associated with Sailer - the Sailer Curse. What is the Sailer curse? It's the reality that anyone who supports the right-wing extremist Republicans whom Sailer endorses inevitably gets screwed, and comes to reality that Sailer and the republicans were never on their side.

Republicans Losing The 'Security Moms'


Aug. 17 -- Married women with children, the "security moms" whose concerns about terrorism made them an essential part of Republican victories in 2002 and 2004, are taking flight from GOP politicians this year in ways that appear likely to provide a major boost for Democrats in the midterm elections, according to polls and interviews.

This critical group of swing voters -- who are an especially significant factor in many of the most competitive suburban districts on which control of Congress will hinge -- is more inclined to vote Democratic than at any point since Sept. 11, 2001, according to data compiled for The Washington Post by the Pew Research Center.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Lies and misinformation by the right-wingers

Steve Sailer and his right-wing coworkers continuously spread lies and misinformation that the Republicans are all that. After the United Kingdom (England) thwarted the terrorist plot last week, various media outlets lied and misinformed us that Bush's policies contributed to the effort, supposedly improving his poll numbers. In reality, Bush had nothing to do with the U.K.'s foiled terrorist plot, nor did his abyssmal ratings improve.

Media Matters: Will the media acknowledge there was no "Bush bounce" after U.K. terror arrests?

The Jon Benet Ramsey murder trial continues

John Mark Karr confessed he killed Jon Benet Ramsey in 1996, but there are conflicting results in his story. The investigation is continuing and it has not yet been confirmed he is the murderer, but the facts are that John Karr is the prototype of a child sexual predator - an eccentric adult white male addicted to child pornography and obsessed with young children being sexually mutilated.

Questions linger in JonBenet confessor’s story

"Lara Karr, who lived with him in Northern California, said her ex-husband spent a lot of time studying the cases of Ramsey and Polly Klaas, who was abducted from her Petaluma, Calif., home and slain in 1993. "

"Karr's background includes an arrest in Petaluma in April 2001 on five misdemeanor counts of possession of child pornography, to which he pleaded not guilty."

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Arrest made in JonBenet Ramsey case

John Mark Karr, a 42-year-old American, was arrested in Bangkok, Thailand for the 1996 murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey. JonBenet Ramsey made headlines for years because of the brutality and sensationalism of this murder. JonBenet was a white girl from a wealthy family in Boulder, CO. One night, an intruder broke into her home, then brutally assulted, raped, and strangled JonBenet, then stuffed her body in the basement. No suspect was caught until now.

We have yet to see the race of the suspect, but it's something we'll bet the white nationalists like Sailer won't like to hear. An American middle-aged male as a suspect and a brutal sexual crime and murder of an innocent child. I wonder which race is notorious for these crimes?

Arrest made in JonBenet Ramsey case

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Religious Studies: Significance of Number 40

In our continuing series of world religion, we are going to examine the religious significance of the number 40. Many of the worlds religions, past and present, seem to find certain numbers more sacred, such as the numbers 12 (Jesus' number of followers) and 30 (age of Jesus baptized). The number 40 has special meaning in Judeo-Christianity and Islam.

Judeo-Christianity:

  • The great flood of Noah's Ark story lasted 40 days and nights.
  • Israelites have searched the promised land (Canaan) for a duration of 40 days.
  • Moses prayed on Mt. Sinai for 40 days.
  • Prophet Elijah fasted for 40 days and 40 nights during his journey to the mountain of God.
  • Lent, or fasting, lasts 40 days.

Islam:

  • The prophet and founder of Islam, Muhammad, received his first revelation from the angel Gabriel at age 40 (610 A.D.).
  • Muhammad was praying and fasting in the cave for 40 days.
  • Muhammad then had 40 followers to spread the religion of Islam.

The number 40 was used by the ancient astronomers in the region of Judeo-Christianity and Islam, which today is known as the Middle East region. They counted in 40 day cycles for accurate mathematical and calendric purposes.

Related Links:
Religious Studies: The Zodiac Influence

Mother locks two daughters in car trunk


Cheryl Ann Schoonmaker-Brown, 39, was convicted in April of endangering the lives of two of her daughters after she put them in the trunk of a cramped four-door sedan during the trip, which lasted more than eight hours.

Woman Sentenced For Placing Kids In Trunk

Another case of crazy white people abusing their own children. At least it wasn't a case of child sexual abuse, but it goes to show how deranged white people are when it comes to child and family abuse.

Before you judge us as an anti-white site, keep in mind the victims are also white and white supremacists like Sailer don't report on these crime stories because they are afraid it will tarnish their own image. That's right, Sailer would fraudulently exculde this crime article at the expense of the lives of the two white girls so he can defend the mother and his race.

Monday, August 14, 2006

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 3

Here is part 3 of 5 of Daniel Borcher's continuing experiences of retaliation by the far right of exposing Ann Coulter's plagiarism in her 1998 book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors. See the link at Part 1 below for the full story.

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 1
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 2
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 3
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 4
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 5


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Human Events & ACU Trash Coulter Critics
Truth Flushed Down Memory Hole
By Daniel Borchers


Current Score:
Dan Borchers – 9.
Human Events – 0.

Current Status: No Apology. No Retraction.

Human Events has yet to retract its online defamatory essay, despite the overwhelming evidence of its falsehood. Although they removed that essay, they have not retracted it. As yet, no apology has been given.

But truth remains irrelevant to Coulter’s defenders, who would rather destroy the righteous than investigate credible allegations of Coulter’s own misbehavior. Cash cows – even the slender but lucrative ones – must be protected at all costs, even at the expense of truth.

In Parts I and II of this series, I refuted a growing list of falsehoods and fabrications.
· The “ridiculous article”
· Registering under “false pretenses”
· Creating “phony press passes”
· Using “fake names”
· Having “copyright issues”
· Distributing “pornographic photos”
· Doctoring photos


In Part III of this series, I refute two more lies proffered by Lisa De Pasquale.
· The unsubstantiated assertion that De Pasquale “experienced firsthand” my “erratic behavior”
· The bald-faced lie of harassing Coulter’s “former co-workers”


“Erratic Behavior”

I pointed out to Robert Bluey, Editor of Human Events Online, that Lisa De Pasquale, a close personal and professional friend of Coulter, could not be relied upon to provide an objective account of events. Indeed, to some degree her own reputation and livelihood were inextricably intertwined with that of her mentor:


Ms. De Pasquale also wrote: “I experienced his erratic behavior firsthand as program director of an organization that sponsored her campus speeches.” Given the seven journalistic irregularities already proven in her essay, Ms. De Pasquale’s objectivity is surely suspect, hence any subjective observations by her are irrelevant.
What is her definition of “erratic behavior?” Does she have any objective criteria? Is she using the “pornographic photo” standard? Or the “ridiculous article” measure? Given the journalistic lapses already unearthed, it is untenable to consider Ms. De Pasquale’s subjective feelings appropriate for that essay.

Please remove that sentence at your earliest
convenience. Thank you in advance.

Bluey used circular reasoning as evidence of De Pasquale’s claim, necessitating yet another email to him:


You wrote: “In Ms. De Pasquale’s opinion – backed up by the facts of this story – your behavior was erratic.” Your circular reasoning is profound, to wit: Ms. De Pasquale’s opinion is accurate because the facts confirm her opinion because her opinion is accurate.

Exactly which “facts” support the alleged “erratic behavior” allegedly witnessed firsthand by Ms. De Pasquale? In what way is politely handing a press kit to Ms. De Pasquale “erratic?” If the distribution of a press kit is not the “erratic behavior” “witnessed firsthand” by Ms. De Pasquale, then which specific “facts of this story” “confirm” her witnessing “firsthand” my alleged “erratic behavior?” Nothing supports it.

Please review all of the issues raised thus far. Please provide any actual facts or evidence to prove the accuracy of those published items. Failing that, please correct as necessary.

Name the behavior or delete the sentence.

Bluey was unable to name the alleged :”erratic behavior” “experienced” “firsthand” by De Pasquale.


“Harassment of Former Co-Workers”

Yet another false charge had to be addressed. Though I have never harassed Coulter’s co-workers, her colleagues have harassed me. Yet again, the facts are the reverse of their claims. I brought this issue to Bluey’s attention:


Yet another falsehood which needs to be addressed is Ms. De Pasquale’s charge – stated as fact without any citations – that I have harassed Ms. Coulter former co-workers. Are Ms. De Pasquale’s sources more reliable than those already refuted? Whom did I harass and when did that harassment take place? What form did it take? What were the circumstances? Was it harassment according to a measurable standard or merely a subjective feeling?

Would you, Mr. Bluey, consider our email exchanges harassment? What of requests for fact-checking interviews? Does my mere presence at a political event constitute
harassment?

In contrast to this trumped-up charge devoid of truth, I can amply document the harassment of me by Ms. Coulter’s friends and co-workers.

For instance, at CPAC 02, having previously been authorized to distribute my newsletter and press kit, suddenly Ian Walters tried to confiscate all of my material (audio available). After the public distribution of my Coulter-critical press kit, CPAC personnel conspicuously shadowed me. Because of that very press kit, I was physically manhandled by Sean Hannity’s bodyguards (I informed Ian Walters at the time of the incident).


At CPAC 03, the American Conservative Union (ACU) not only refused to credential me but they prohibited me from attending the conference as a paying member of the public (documentation available).

At CPAC 04, both Ian Walters and a security guard accosted me at different times while I was in public areas of the Crystal Gateway Marriott, even attempting to prohibit me from going to public areas of the hotel (audio available upon request). Further harassment occurred at CPAC 06 (audio again available) despite being properly credentialed as a blogger.

But earlier, in 2005, the ACU again gave me press credentials, this time to cover Tom Delay’s Tribute Dinner, but then harassed me at that very event (audio here, too).

Despite going through the proper channels and abiding by all the rules, the ACU and Human Events appear intent upon obstructing my legitimate activities as an American citizen and as a member of the press.

In contrast to Ms. De Pasquale’s hit piece, none of my sources are anonymous; evidence supports all my statements. Where is Ms. De Pasqaule’s evidence? Who are her sources? As a rule of thumb, documented facts always trump urban legends.

Please correct her article as necessary (or delete in its entirety). Thank you in advance.


The sheer weight of essay errors forced Bluey to remove De Pasquale’s slanderous polemic.


De Pasquale’s Defamation

Lisa De Pasquale rhetorically chuckled at the notion that I might actually be a “principled conservative” and she summarily dismissed the carefully-documented articles contained in my press kit as “rants” – all without being able to refute a single statement contained within them. Rather than address the actual issues at hand, De Pasquale instead chose to defame me, and, by extension, all Coulter’s critics.

Likewise, Bluey accepted as true every allegation made against me – and even “verified” the accuracy of those accusations – only to discover to his discredit their duplicity. Perhaps Bluey’s journalistic lapses can be chalked up to youthful inexperience, but De Pasquale should know better than to allow personal and political bias to short-circuit journalistic integrity. Indeed, the sheer malice evinced within her polemic only serves to prove her lack of objectivity. Certainly, the scope of duplicity already uncovered suggests a hidden agenda and ulterior motives. Or, perhaps, not so hidden and not so ulterior.

As I mentioned to Bluey:

Ms. De Pasquale is most certainly a biased observer. She has maintained a personal and professional relationship with Ms. Coulter for some eight years. Her former employer, the Claire Boothe Luce Policy Institute, bestowed numerous awards on Ms. Coulter, who is their most popular speaker (with lucrative speaking fees) and who was even on their Advisory Board. Moreover, Ms. De Pasquale has acted as a publicist for Ms. Coulter. (These intimate relationships were undisclosed to her readers.)

Does Ms. De Pasquale’s objectivity yield to preserving Ms. Coulter’s reputation? Undoubtedly so. Consider just those items which we have already reviewed. They suggest not only a lack of objectivity but also an unbridled desire to deliberately paint me in the worst possible light. And all done without fact-checking. A simple phone call would have sufficed to correct these numerous and egregious errors.


Plagiarism is Still Plagiarism

Remember, the explicit purpose of De Pasquale’s defamatory diatribe was conveyed in its title, “Debunking the Coulter Plagiarism Charges.” What a failure and a fraud! Regardless, the current plagiarism charges against Coulter continue to grow. Coulter has developed the habit of using the research, words and ideas of others and proclaiming them her own. (Though Coulter is clearly gifted in creating “all new invective” all by herself.)

Instead of assassinating the character of the messenger, Human Events would be well advised to explore the veracity of those charges. After all, throughout the Clinton administration, the editors of Human Events trumpeted “the rule of law” and proclaimed virtues an essential prerogative. Does integrity really matter? Or do profits now prevail over principles at Human Events?

[Daniel Borchers is the Editor of BrotherWatch and the President of Citizens for Principled Conservatism. He can be reached at PrincipledConservative@yahoo.com.]

Sunday, August 13, 2006

Racial Profiling

Steve Sailer wrote his latest VDare article called "The One Word Grand Strategy for Westerners and Muslims: "Disconnect" ". After the foiled terrorist plot in Britain by 19 Britons of Muslim background mostly from Pakistan, Sailer is in support of racial profiling. Of course, Sailer's misinformation and worthlessness in the war on terror is once again hindering our quest for an effective anti-terrorist agenda. Here are the details.

Sailer is praising Bush and America for implementing racial profiling against Muslims. However, it was England which caught and foiled the terrorist plot.

Sailer is recommending we pay Muslims to leave America, but Sailer and VDare are tax-exempt entities who don't pay taxes, and expect you the American taxpayer to pick up the tab and theirs.

Sailer recommends we racially profile Muslims for criminal purposes, but this would mean we must racially profile all white European Americans because they are more prone to committing child sexual abuse crimes. Specifically, any white American who owns a computer must have it registered with the government, and the government has full rights to examine their computer and conversions on the internet for illegal child pornography and sexual liaisons with minors.

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Religious Studies: The Zodiac Influence

We have been covering religious origins and copying of Judeo-Christianity and Islam, but this video on eXchristian.net has an interesting story on the mother of all religions. The religions of this world have many similarities to each other, such as baptism, prophets, angels, a god taking the form of man and dying for our sins and rising from the dead, and more.

This video called "The Naked Truth" shows all religions, even the ancient ones thousands of years before Judeo-Christianity or Islam, have their origins in astrology and the zodiac. It is a rather low-budget public documentary style video that is 1 hour and 50 minutes long and may not appeal to everyone, but if you do (or dare) to watch it, it can lead you to a new level of enlightenment.

eXchristian.net: The Naked Truth



Of course, I can't summarize everything in a near 2-hour video, but here are some points on how the zodiac influences the world religions past and present.


  • The are 12 signs in the Zodiac. Because of this, the number 12 is a sacred number, such as Jesus' 12 disciples. Other religions have a god or priest with 12 followers.
  • There are 4 seasons of the year. On the zodiac circle, the 4 seasons are divided into equal quartets by a cross. The cross is a fundamental symbol of religion today.
  • There are 360 degrees in a circle. Divide that by 12 (for each month or sign of the zodiac) and you get 30. The number 30 has special religious significance as Jesus was baptized at age 30 to symbolize the transition to another state (or in the zodiac, another sign or month). Other religions, such as Egyptian god Horus, have religious figures going through a transformation state like baptism at age 30.
  • December 22 is the winter solstice where the sun reaches its lowest point at noon time. Winter symbolizes death as life around nature dies. For three days, from December 22-24, the sun is so low it seems like it doesn't move as the ancients observed with their sundials. Three days after the winter solstice, on December 25, the sun gradually reaches higher peaks during noon time. December 25 is, of course, the birth of Christ symbolizing life.
  • Three days as mentioned from December 22 to 25 has special significance. Jesus was crucified and layed dead for three days, then rose to life again. Jonah was swallowed by a big fish for three days. Other religions have similar 3-day stories.
  • Jesus fed the crowd with two fishes and five loaves of bread. Zodiac sign Pisces is two fishes.
  • Zodiac sign Virgo is the virgin. There is the famous virgin Mary, and religions past and present have a virgin mother, often with a name similar to Mary.
  • Zodiac sign Taurus is the bull, equating to the golden calf Moses condemned. The Hindus have a sacred cow.
  • The sun is the center of the zodiac. It equates to son, as many religions have a god whose son came to earth.


Related Links:
Religious Studies: The Origins of the Islamic Crescent Moon
Religious Studies: The Origin of the Cross
The Origins of Christianity

Phoenix serial killers/terrorists charged

Dale S. Hausner
Samuel J. Dieteman

Two white males have been caught and are being charged for shooting at over a dozen people, murdering two people, and terrorizing the Phoenix area in Arizona. The specific charges are 2 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted first-degree murder.

Suspected Phoenix Serial Killers Charged

Two men accused in more than a yearlong shooting spree were charged Tuesday with murder and attempted murder involving 16 people.

Prosecutors also added 16 counts of drive-by shooting in a 17-page complaint filed in Maricopa County Superior Court.

"These alleged crimes have caused carnage and terror in our community," County Attorney Andrew P. Thomas said in a statement. "I am confident that justice will be done."

An Aug. 14 preliminary hearing was scheduled for Dale S. Hausner, 33, and Samuel J. Dieteman, 30, who were arrested last Thursday night in the apartment they shared in suburban Mesa.



Related Links:
Serial killer claims he murdered 48 victims

White mother contracts daughter for sexual abuse


Steve Sailer and the white nationalists don't want you to know about it, but the straightforward reality is that white people commit the most demented, heinous, and craziest crimes when it comes to child sexual abuse.

Mom contracts daughter for sex

Musgegon, MI - A Muskegon mother, scheduled for surgery, contracted her 15-year-old daughter to have sex with the mother's boyfriend while she recuperated.

Shawn Dailey, her boyfriend Michael Fitzgibbon and her daughter agreed on the deal in exchange for personal freedoms at Dailey's house. The mother didn't want Fitzgibbon to go without sex after her surgery.

Muskegon County prosecutor Tony Tague said it's one of the most disturbing child sexual abuse cases he's ever handled.


Related Links:
Jury selection begins in Lunsford murder trial
Child murderer found not guilty by reason of insanity
White Woman charged with kidnapping and child abuse
Right-Wing Extremist Cult Leaders
America's Most Wanted criminals becoming more white
Child porn ring busted

Friday, August 11, 2006

Bush's rating drops on nearly every issue

First, Ned Lamont beats conservative Democratic senator Joe Lieberman of Connecticut in the Democratic primary. Now, Bush keeps sinking on every issue (no surprise there), and it is showing negative rippling effects for Republicans across America. Now we've seen the true and ugly side of Republicanism.

Bush's rating drops on nearly every issue

WASHINGTON - Republicans determined to win in November are up against a troublesome trend - growing opposition to President Bush.

An Associated Press-Ipsos poll conducted this week found the president's approval rating has dropped to 33 percent, matching his low in May. His handling of nearly every issue, from the Iraq war to foreign policy, contributed to the president's decline around the nation, even in the Republican-friendly South.

More sobering for the GOP are the number of voters who backed Bush in 2004 who are ready to vote Democratic in the fall's congressional elections - 19 percent. These one-time Bush voters are more likely to be female, self-described moderates, low- to middle-income and from the Northeast and Midwest.

Two years after giving the Republican president another term, more than half of these voters - 57 percent - disapprove of the job Bush is doing.

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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Religious Studies: The Origins of the Islamic Crescent Moon

Religion is indeed a very powerful tool. It's amazing how normal, rational human beings can turn into crazed, brainwashed lunatics capable of giving away their entire life savings, losing their friends and family, having distorted views of the outside world, and harming and killing each other for the sake of their deity. What's even worse is when these followers realize their deity never existed and their religious teachings and stories were nothing more than false fairy tales, everything they gave up was in vain.


In recent weeks, we've been focusing on Judeo-Christianity, since that is the predominant religion in America. But when we study religion, we can't overlook an extremely large religious sect in the world - Islam. In this religions studies lesson, we will examine the origins of the symbol of Islam, the Crescent Moon and Star (picture left is the flag of Pakistan).

This about.com article is one of many on the internet which explains the origins of the Islamic crescent moon.

These ancient celestial symbols were in use by the peoples of Central Asia and Siberia in their worship of sun, moon, and sky gods. There are also reports that the crescent moon and star were used to represent the Carthaginian goddess Tanit or the Greek goddess Diana.

The city of Byzantium (later known as Constantinople and Istanbul) adopted the crescent moon symbol. According to some reports, they chose it in honor of the goddess Diana. Others indicate that it dates back to a battle in which the Romans defeated the Goths on the first day of a lunar month. In any event, the crescent moon was featured on the city's flag even before the birth of Christ.

The early Muslim community did not really have a symbol. During the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), Islamic armies and caravans flew simple solid-colored flags (generally black, green, or white) for identification purposes. In later generations, the Muslim leaders continued to use a simple black, white, or green flag with no markings, writing, or symbolism on it.

It wasn't until the Ottoman Empire that the crescent moon and star became affiliated with the Muslim world. When the Turks conquered Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1453, they adopted the city's existing flag and symbol. Legend holds that the founder of the Ottoman Empire, Osman, had a dream in which the crescent moon stretched from one end of the earth to the other. Taking this as a good omen, he chose to keep the crescent and make it the symbol of his dynasty.


Just as Christian symbols and themes were copied from older religions, Islam copied its crescent moon and star from older religions worshipping the Moon and Sun gods.

We have approximately 2 billion Christians in the world, although this is highly refutable because sects such as Catholics, Protestants, Mormons, Episcopals, etc... are all under the Christian umbrella, although they are nearly at war with each other and only consider themselves to be the true Christians. There are approximately 1.5 billion Muslims in the world, including sects like Sunnis and Shiites at war with each other.

So how to you take all this religious warfare into account? Keep in mind when the founders of America created the Constitution and America, one primary reason was to escape the theocratic oppression of Europe. The very first amendment guarantees the freedom of religion, including which religion to choose or not to choose, the freedom from religions oppression of a single religion or sect, and the right not to choose a religion, so let's remember that above all other gods.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Harassment and Discrimination continues against race, gender, and religion

Race and Gender (Hat Tip: Stephanie's Journal)

ABA: Women of Color Leaving Big Firms

HONOLULU - An American Indian attorney is asked where she keeps her tomahawk. White male partners look past a black lawyer, assuming she is clerical staff. An Asian attorney is called a "dragon lady" when she asserts herself.

A study by the American Bar Association that says those real-life experiences, along with more subtle forms of discrimination, are prompting growing numbers of minority women to abandon the nation's biggest law firms.

...

Among the statistics in the study:

* Forty-four percent of women of color said they were denied desirable assignments, versus 2 percent of white men.

* Forty-three percent of women of color said they had limited access to client development opportunities, compared with 3 percent of white men.

* Nearly two-thirds of women of color said they were excluded from informal and formal networking opportunities, compared with 4 percent of white men.



Religion (Hat Tip: eXchristian.net)

Suit: Residents harassed into Bible study

Residents of a Westmont public housing complex for seniors said in a federal lawsuit filed Monday that they were coerced and harassed by management into practicing Christianity and pressured to attend Bible study classes.

Five former and current residents of the complex, along with housing advocate Hope Fair Housing, are suing the complex and its property manager, saying they used "coercive, harassing and restrictive rules and regulations to impose their 'Christian' beliefs upon current residents."

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 2

Here is part 2 of 5 of Daniel Borcher's trecherous experiences by the far right of exposing Ann Coulter's plagiarism in her 1998 book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors. See the link at Part 1 below for the full story. The remaining parts will be posted once every few days. Also, be sure to check out Media Matters' latest article of Ann Coulter's plagiarism of her newest book, Godless.

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 1
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 2
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 3
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 4
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 5


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Human Events’ Coulter Cover-up Continues
Editor Outs Their “Porn Queen”
By Daniel Borchers

Current Score:
Dan Borchers – 7.
Human Events – 0.


Current Status: No Apology. No Retraction.
On July 10, 2006, Human Events published an online defamatory essay in order to discredit critics of Ann Coulter. Following a lengthy series of emails proving that it was false in sum and substance, that slanderous essay was removed – but not retracted. Indeed, no hint of apology has ever been given. My correspondence with Human Events Online Editor Robert Bluey is especially enlightening.

In Part I of this series, I refuted several bogus claims.
· They claimed that my amply-documented essay exposing Ann Coulter’s plagiarism in her first book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, was “ridiculous,” when, in fact, it was accurate in every detail.
· They claimed that I attempted to enter CPAC under “false pretenses.” – FALSE
· They claimed that I made “phony press passes.” – FALSE
· They claimed that I used “fake names.” – FALSE

In Part II of this series, I refute additional phony claims made by Lisa De Pasquale and “verified” by Robert Bluey:

· They claimed that I “may” have “copyright issues.” – FALSE
· They claimed that I distributed “pornographic photos.” – FALSE
· They claimed that I doctored photos of Coulter. – FALSE

This second set of corrections took even longer to obtain, taking an entire series of emails to accomplish (portions provided here by topic). I wrote:

I am surprised, perplexed and dismayed to see that the following (wholly inaccurate and misleading) paragraph remains intact on Human Events’ website:

“However, Borchers may have a few copyright issues himself. At the 2002 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) I witnessed Borchers distributing folders filled with his rants against Coulter and pornographic photos that were meticulously cut-and-pasted so that her face replaced the female faces in the photos.”



“Pornographic Photos”

I provided detailed specifics in my email to Bluey, who, in turn, engaged in Orwellian Newspeak and doublethink to justify those lies. I reminded him:



As I wrote earlier, Human Events’ published account of my personal and professional behavior is entirely without merit – factually-flawed, fabricated and fallacious. For instance, Ms. De Pasquale falsely claims that I distributed “pornographic photos” and suggests I “meticulously” doctored them. Wrong on both counts.

First, if those two photos contained in my CPAC 2002 press kit were really “pornographic,” then most mainstream magazines must be called pornographic as women in bikinis are now the norm. Indeed, Ms. Coulter herself would then become a porn peddler as she provided the Westchester WAG with a bikini photo.

By the way, both photos still reside on the Ann Coulter Fan Club website: (Summertime Ann) and (Fantasy Lingere).

Bluey, without recourse to either logic or his legal department, again verified a falsehood and deliberately misapplied a legal definition to justify a lie:

As for the incident with the photos, Ms. De Pasquale witnessed it firsthand. The definition of “pornographic” is “sexually explicit.” Based on the information (and photo links) you shared with me, I believe this definition holds true.


But logic and truth were overpowering, as I responded:

As for those photos being “pornographic,” are you now calling Ms. Coulter a porn queen? Please see http://www.anncoulter.com/cgi-local/photo.cgi?image=annblack.jpg.

Secondly, the “pornographic” content ascribed to my press kit is nonexistent. If my photos are “pornographic,” then Ms. Coulter is a “porn queen” based on that photo from her own website.

Bluey quickly repudiated his earlier definition of “pornographic.”

And I never said Ann was a “porn queen.” I was merely offering a definition of pornographic (meaning “sexually explicit”).

Bluey’s “definition” obviously does not apply to those photos – he deliberately misapplied a legal definition to misidentify those photos – and, thus, discredit me.


“Doctored Photos”

I also reminded Bluey of the source of those photos:

Secondly, those photos were taken un-doctored directly from the Official Ann Coulter Fan Club website. Both full-page photos in my press kit included the source URLs from that website. Moreover, those photos frequently reappear on Free Republic courtesy of Ms. Coulter’s fans. At least one populates the Internet today (http://cpl.net/~carville/ann_coulter-lingerie.jpg).

Bluey continued to obfuscate:

No one ever said you doctored the photos.

To which I replied:

Finally, the clear implication carefully created by Ms. De Pasquale’s description was that I had doctored them (by “meticulously” cutting and pasting). The entire sentence structure and imagery was designed to invoke a particular portrayal of me – one which is wholly unjustified.

Please do what should have been done a week ago and delete that false paragraph.

In the end, they had to delete the entire article.


“Copyright Issues”

At the same time, I also addressed the bogus copyright charge. Bluey was unable to grasp the basics of copyright law and again declined to check with his legal staff on this issue. I wrote:

While you investigate the matter of the so-called “pornographic photos,” it would be well to note – again, contrary to her claims – that there arise absolutely no “copyright issues” regarding their inclusion in my press kit. I’m sure your legal department can easily confirm that for you.

Permit me to simply state the obvious: 1) there are no “copyright issues” pertaining to the distribution of photos from a website, 2) those photos were not “pornographic,” 3) I did not create them (“meticulously cut-and-pasted”) and 4) the original source was Ms. Coulter’s own official fan club website on yahoo (Internet files available upon request).

Bluey’s reply was typically short – and inaccurate: “As you admit in this e-mail, you did not own the photos distributed in altered form in your press kit, which, of course, raises the issue of possible copyright violations.” Obviously, Bluey did not follow my advice, did not review the facts in light of the law, as I again encouraged him to do.

Frankly, this is nonsense. Have you checked with your legal department, as I asked? You should have checked before publication. They will tell you – as will any copyright attorney – that there are no copyright issues involved. Please correct accordingly.

I would have thought, given your vast experience as a journalist, that you would have come across at least one press kit containing Xeroxed newspaper clippings and Internet printouts. (Perhaps an intern can help you.) While you review the bogus “copyright issues” claim, bear in mind the other errors contained in that essay.

Bluey continued to obfuscate:

Are you endorsing copyright infringement? I’ve know many people who go to great lengths – myself included – to avoid inappropriate use of others’ work, including seeking permission in advance. The fact that some people use others’ work inappropriately does not make it right.

Clearly unfamiliar with the concept of either “public domain” or the definition of “sexually explicit,” Bluey again went on the offensive with more ill-considered attacks. I made another appeal to common sense:

Have you checked with your legal department yet regarding alleged copyright issues? They will tell you that those photos – which were not doctored by me – are in the “public domain,” hence there are no copyright issues in play. (Public domain – what a novel concept.)

Bluey’s reply:

Finally, Ms. De Pasquale said you “may” have copyright issues, not that you “do” have copyright issues.

Of course, I restated the obvious:

First, it was obvious from the beginning that I do not have copyright issues. There is no “may” about it. Her statement was, is and remains wrong.

All of these false charges and bald-faced lies had one singular purpose: to assassinate my character and thereby discredit the truth of my criticisms of Coulter.


Political (Not Prurient) Purpose

Lisa De Pasquale deliberately distorted the reason for including those two photos in my press kit, purposefully portraying my press kit photos as prurient, not political. Other, more sinister motivations were implied in her words. But the truth again emerged, as I wrote:

Finally, the political point made by the inclusion of those two non-pornographic photos, as noted in my press kit, was to highlight the extent to which Ms. Coulter uses her sexuality to further her career.

Nevertheless, Ms. De Pasquale chose to portray those photos in the most ominous fashion as if they were my creation despite the fact that they actually originated with Ann Coulter’s official fan club website.

Remember, the Internet is filled with photos and websites devoted to the perceived pulchritude of Ann Coulter. Numerous fan clubs post scores of Coulter photos. The most popular photos are the ones in which Coulter is most scantily clad or most sexually provocative. These are not inventions; they are reality. Here is just a small sampling of photos for which Coulter posed:

As my two CPAC (non-pornographic) press kit photos clearly demonstrated, Coulter uses her sex appeal to promote herself and her views. Is she a “porn queen,” as Bluey unwittingly implied, or merely an outrageous self-promoter and provocateur? To what extent does Coulter’s image as “The Official Babe of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy” enhance her conservative celebrity status? What, exactly, do the (self-styled) drooling fans at Free Republic admire in their “conservative goddess?” And what does all this tuff and nonsense have to do with political punditry? But, then, who is posing for those prurient (though non-pornographic) photos and who is so enraptured by them that they will tolerate any extreme?

In their desperation to salvage the reputation of their five-time best-selling author, Human Events defamed a fellow conservative. They jettisoned truth and integrity for profit. And they have done a disservice to Conservatism and to themselves. In Part III, we will plumb the depths of their duplicity and discover the identity of the real culprits.

[Daniel Borchers is the Editor of BrotherWatch and the President of Citizens for Principled Conservatism. He can be reached at PrincipledConservative@yahoo.com.]

Monday, August 07, 2006

Sailer's "Affordable Family Foundation" plan is bogus

Steve Sailer keeps referring to his crap and lies that the Republicans' and Red States' policies create an affordable family foundation plan that helps families raise children. However, reality has shown otherwise; let's look at the reality of the Republicans'/Red States' devastating effects on families and why they are losing out in numbers and power.

  1. Red States are not producing more babies.
  2. The white race is distinctly the only race in America likely to vote Republican, and are also the only race distinctly declining in America.
  3. Red State families are more prone to divorce and brokenness.
  4. Republicans keep affordable health care out of reach for many families.
  5. Republicans keep affordable education out of reach for many families.
  6. Republicans keep affordable gas prices out of reach for many families.
  7. Republicans keep affordable housing out of reach for many families.
  8. Republicans keep decent living wages out of reach for many families.
  9. The Republicans' anti-family policies drive many followers to the brink of insanity enough to murder their own children (examples 1, 2, 3).

Lesson: Republicans and Healthy Families don't mix.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Rogue Profile: Tony Perkins


One People's Project has a new rogue profile on the head of he right-wing Christian fundamentalist group, the Family Research Council. His name is Tony Perkins, and he is a copycat of Ralph Reed and possibly worse.

Rogue Profile: Tony Perkins

I am the author of the rogue profile for Tony Perkins, with a little help from the OPP staff. For the last few years, I have been writing several rogue profile entries, including Steve Sailer, Philippe Rushton, and several others.

There are plenty more of these right-wing racists that deserve rogue profiles, so if there is a notorious one that deserves attention, send me an email or post in the comments section.

Saturday, August 05, 2006

Study: Diversity rises in suburbs

Steve Sailer and all you white supremacists, get over it. You lost.

Study: Diversity rises in suburbs

With America becoming more diverse in all areas, it's time to rely on more reliable sites like MixedMediaWatch for ethnic representations in the media rather than Sailer's hate groups like VDare.

Friday, August 04, 2006

Right-wing radio host Jon Matthews arrested again for pedophila

In Richmond, VA, former right-wing radio talk host Jon Matthews was arrested for violating his parole. In 2003, he was arrested for indecently exposing himself to a 11 year old girl and his radio show was canceled as a result of his pedophila.

Don't believe the Christian Rights' lies that pedophiliacs are homosexuals or outside of their comminuty. The reality is, pedophiliacs are typically heterosexual white males with a good number of them involved in some Christian religion, and often abusing their church leadership positions to sexually abuse children.

Ex-local radio host allegedly violates probation

And speaking of Christ-like loving fellowship hypocrisy, here is another story of two church softball leagues brawling in a criminal fight, swinging bats and punches at their own Christian brothers.

Soft-brawl crusades

Hat Tip: Not In My Bible

Religious Studies: The Origin of the Cross


Here's a religious studies lesson the Christian Right don't want you to learn. The Christian cross was not an original concept derived by Judeo-Christianity. The Egyptians came up with a remarkably similar version of the worldly recognized Christian symbol thousands of years before the time of Jesus Christ. Yes, it is the Ankh.

The Egyptian Ankh symbolized life, life over death, and future life.

The Christian Cross symbolizes Jesus' resurrection, which is summarized as life, life over death, and future life.

Is this why the Christian Right has been so active in interfering with what is taught at public schools?

Related Links:
The Origins of Christianity

Israel bombs the Christian heartland north of Beirut

Is nothing sacred anymore? The pro-Israeli Sailer/Malkin camp cheer the Israeli bombing campaign on Lebanon because they have been targeting the southern Muslim areas of Lebanon. Now, Israel is targeting the northern Christian areas of Lebanon. Where's the cheering from Sailer/Malkin?

Israel hits bridges, expands Lebanon bombing


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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 1

Ann Coulter is not only a notorious racist, fascist, hatemonger, and liar, but she is also notorious for plagiarizing the works of other authors and journalists and claiming it as her own so she can profit. One journalist and editor named Daniel Borchers has been tracking and exposing Ann Coulter's illegal plagiarist activities for years. Daniel Borchers is the editor of the websites Citizens for Principled Conservatism, BrotherWatch, and CoulterWatch. He was among the first journalists to expose Coulter's plagiarism of her earlier books in 1998, High Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Knowing how power hungry right-wing extremist organizations are that promote Ann Coulter, the far right were very active to smear and slander Daniel Borchers with lies, fabrications, and hateful language. Mr. Borchers, who is conservative himself, contacted us directly to tell the truth about the hateful and fraudulent tactics the far right used to smear him. Below is part 1 of a five part series of Mr. Borcher's article describing his treacherous experiences with the far right after exposing Ann Coulter's plagiarism. The article is printed with the permission and request of Daniel Borchers.

Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 1
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 2
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 3
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 4
Ann Coulter's Plagiarism Story: Part 5


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Human Events Trashes Coulter Critic; Scrubs Story
Retraction By a Thousand Deletions
By Daniel Borchers

Human Events recently published a hit piece assassinating the character of lifelong conservative Daniel Borchers in order to quell rising interest in Ann Coulter’s current plagiarism problems.


[NOTE: That defamatory essay has been removed – but without a formal retraction.]

Their problem: I had published a well-researched exposé revealing that portions of Coulter’s first book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, had been plagiarized, thus making it difficult to refute her pattern of plagiarism.

Their solution: use the politics of personal destruction to discredit those who know the truth.

Coulter protégé and publicist Lisa De Pasquale led the attack with gusto. Her deplorable diatribe emulated the tactics of her mentor, Ann Coulter, fabricating falsehoods, asserting opinion as fact and distorting what little truth actually existed.

It took two weeks to clear things up, and even then, suppression of the truth remains in full force.



From the beginning, Human Events Online Editor Robert Bluey manipulated reality to defend Human Events premiere polemicist. At first, everything seemed straightforward with his first email:





Terry Jeffrey passed along your note. At Human Events, we have a reputation of always correcting errors. What part of the article are you asking us to retract?



“Ridiculous Article”

The first correction was relatively easy. I replied as follows:

Thank you for getting back to me so promptly. What should be corrected you ask? Virtually every accusation against me. Ms. De Pasquale should insist upon evidence and refrain from concocting fantasies.

Let’s deal with just one charge as representative of the whole: her claim that I went “to great lengths to sneak into CPAC under false pretenses, including making a phony press pass on his home computer and registering under fake names.” Her accusation is totally false in every respect.

Is Ms. De Pasquale’s attempt to discredit me designed to vindicate Ms. Coulter of plagiarism, past and present? She dismisses my “ridiculous article” about Ms. Coulter’s plagiarism of High Crimes and Misdemeanors, even though the facts substantiate my essay, which is far more accurate than her own. My fact-checking included personal interviews with Michael Chapman (in person, via email and telephone), the Boston Globe reporter who broke the story and Ms. Coulter’s attorney at that time. My own evidence included correspondence from Mr. Chapman, the Boston Globe, and Ms. Coulter’s attorney. Further, I meticulously compared High Crimes with material written by Mr. Chapman and published in Human Events. (If you need a copy of the Special Report from which Ms. Coulter drew some of her material, I would be happy to provide it to you.)

While there is nothing “ridiculous” about my article on Ms. Coulter’s previous plagiarism, “ridiculous” barely begins to describe Ms. De Pasquale’s polemical cover-up of her favorite author’s misdeeds.

Please retract in its entirety all negative personal references to me.

Bluey corrected the portion dealing with the allegedly “ridiculous” nature of my plagiarism essay, but he refused to make any other corrections, claiming to have verified sources.

I have made some changes to the article. However, other things you cite have either been verified by Lisa's sources (as noted in the article) or witnessed firsthand by her or my colleagues at Human Events.


“False Pretenses, Phony Press Pass, Fake Names”

The second correction required more diligence. I had to disprove what Bluey claimed to have verified:

The following statement is false in its entirety: “[Borchers went] to great lengths to sneak into CPAC under false pretenses, including making a phony press pass on his home computer and registering under fake names.”

That never happened! No sneaking. No false pretenses. No phony press pass. No fake names. None of that is true! There is no evidence because it never happened!

Perhaps these facts can help dispel the fantasies of Ms. De Pasquale’s fevered imagination.

CPAC 99 - I requested and received press credentials as Daniel Borchers, Editor of BrotherWatch.

CPAC 00 - I requested and received press credentials as Daniel Borchers, Editor of BrotherWatch.

CPAC 01 - I requested and received press credentials as Daniel Borchers, Editor of
BrotherWatch.

CPAC 02 - I requested and received press credentials as Daniel Borchers, Editor of BrotherWatch. Ian Walters gave me permission to distribute both my newsletter and press kit, then revoked that permission upon discovering it was critical of Ms. Coulter.

CPAC 03 - I requested but was denied press credentials as Daniel Borchers, Editor of BrotherWatch.

CPAC 04 - I requested press credentials as Daniel Borchers, Editor of BrotherWatch. Stacie Rumenap emailed me that my request would be forwarded. At CPAC, I registered at the press booth as Daniel Borchers, Editor of BrotherWatch. A short while later, Ian Walters confronted me. At that time – recorded on audiotape and in the presence of a City Paper reporter – I gave Mr. Walters the email from Ms. Rumenap. (Not even a ten-year-old could mistake a genuine email for a phony press pass.) After a lengthy discussion, Mr. Walters confiscated the press pass given to me at the press booth.

CPAC 05 - I registered as a paying member of the public.

CPAC 06 - My request for press credentials as Daniel Borchers, Editor of BrotherWatch was denied. The stated reason: that I was not a real journalist. Subsequently, Brad Blog commissioned me to cover the event for them. They received permission and provided my name as their representative. I was sent a confirmation email, press kit and other emails at my Daniel Borchers at yahoo dot come email address. I registered at press booth as Daniel Borchers.

Where were the false pretenses? The phony press pass? The fake name? For that matter, where is the “sneaking in?” Everything was done aboveboard.

Truth and facts can be so inconvenient, can’t they? Please correct, as necessary. Thank you.


Bluey’s email was brief, to the point, and unapologetic: “I’ve deleted the sentence from the article.”



Removal, No Retraction, No Apology

In the end, after a lengthy series of emails, Human Events removed De Pasquale’s vicious essay in its entirety – only because I could document my case. Bluey’s final email was extremely brief:

The article was deleted in its entirety last week. Please do not contact me again. If you continue to harass me, I will contact the FBI.


To which I replied, in part:

You astonish me. First, you publish a defamatory article about me. Then, you accuse me of harassment for merely seeking to clear my good name. You even have the audacity to threaten me!

Still, you have not even dealt with my initial request – retraction. Removal is not the same as retraction. Many people read the slanderous diatribe against me but they have not been apprised of the lies contained therein. Many websites have cited, reprinted or linked to that article. They are not aware of its many egregious errors.

Still, as of this writing, Human Events refuses to retract their defamatory diatribe. Indeed, not even an apology was given. Rather, Robert Bluey had the gall to threaten me for seeking to clear my name.

Such are the depths to which Coulter’s defenders will sink to ensure that Coulter’s peculiar brand of polemicism will remain profitable.


Plagiarism Redux

Despite their best efforts, new evidence of plagiarism in Godless continues to emerge. In High Crimes, Coulter used the work and the words of one of her colleagues and took them as her own. Coulter did the same in Godless. Consider this from Cliff Kincaid:

[Robert] Knight, who now directs the Culture & Family Institute at Concerned Women for America, tells me that all of the NEA examples cited in the Coulter column “were right out of my paper, although the phrasing was changed. Several were in the exact order I had them in my paper. It appears that Miss Coulter cribbed them directly from my Heritage report. Since it involves a considerable number of examples (nine), it would have been nice if she had credited me or Heritage, but I’m not upset. I’m glad she used this stuff to good effect.”



Let’s be clear here: Ann Coulter plagiarized from a colleague at her very own newspaper – and got away with it – so why shouldn’t she plagiarize from a stranger?

Setting aside (for now) her defamation of me, Lisa De Pasquale (designated Coulter apologist at Human Events) made one striking point: “Most telling is the fact that none of the authors or publications that liberals claim Ann Coulter plagiarized have come forward.”

Human Events seeks to discredit me because I have interviewed the one person who has come forward – Michael Chapman, a former editor for Human Events and former colleague of Coulter. (Yet, Coulter denies ever have heard of Chapman.) Human Events was both privy to and party to Coulter’s use of Chapman’s material in her first book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors (see “The Plagiarism Trap”).

Both Human Events and Regnery (the book imprint for Eagle Publishing) assured Chapman that he would be credited for his work. After High Crimes publication, Chapman sought some form of credit, but was denied. Human Events still turns a blind eye to the plagiarism of its premiere polemicist. Regnery even released High Crimes and Misdemeanors in paperback form, long after the Boston Globe had revealed Chapman’s role in its publication, again without acknowledging Chapman’s contribution (or correcting some of its more egregious errors).

The truth about Ann Coulter is unwelcome at Human Events, which clearly prefers profit to principle.

Part II in this series will touch upon how Freudian compulsions within the psyche of Coulterites is manifested in Orwellian Newspeak and doublethink.

[Daniel Borchers is the Editor of BrotherWatch and the President of Citizens for Principled Conservatism. He can be reached at PrincipledConservative@yahoo.com.]