Archive for November 16th, 2011

The Penn is Mightier than the Journalist

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

If there is anything that drives me nutz, it’s the way the Dinosaur Media picks its targets. And, yes, I know. It’s a short trip. I submit for your edification this piece:

Joe Paterno’s recent real estate transaction, reported by Mark Viera and Pete Thamel of the New York Times, has led some to speculate he knew his world was going to come crumbling down around him at Penn State. The winningest coach in major college football history quietly transferred complete ownership of his house to his wife for $1 less than four months before the bombshell sex abuse scandal erupted.

Hmmm That’s curious. Why would the NYT care?

JoePa’s home was originally purchased for $58,000 in 1969; the home’s fair-market value in 2011 was listed at $594,484.40.

That must be after the market dropped.

A lawyer for Paterno told the Times that the 84-year-old former football coach transferred the home to his 71-year-old wife as part of a “multiyear estate planning program,” and the move, which was made on July 21, had absolutely nothing to do with the public embarrassment the child sex scandal involving former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky brought to the beloved football program.

Oh no, never, not. Waitadoggone minute… July 21st? I seem to recall  something else that was curious about that time. Ah yes, here it is…

Kevin Brett Jennings

He was the Assistant Deputy Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools at the U.S. Department of Education from 2009-11.

On May 19, 2011, the Boston-based nonprofit organization Be the Change, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, announced that Jennings would be resigning his position with the Obama administration and on July 25 he would become President and Chief Executive Officer of the organization.

Joe Paterno completes a multi-year estate plan on the Thursday before this guy resigns the administration and takes a new role on the next Monday. How could this be relevant, you ask? First we must revisit the scandal that accompanied Mr. Jennings nomination. The Ugandan Law that Rachel Maddow called a “Kill-the-gays bill”.

“Uganda wants to execute people for being gay,” lesbian commentator Rachel Maddow asserted on her MSNBC program on December 2. [2009] 

On the other side, you have people like this:

Dr. Scott Lively, who visited Uganda in March of 2009 to encourage efforts to protect traditional family values, says the proposed death penalty in the bill, just one of many provisions, is for “aggravated homosexuality,” which is actually pederasty, pedophilia, homosexual parent/child incest, homosexual abuse of a disabled ward, and knowingly spreading AIDS.

Pederasty is defined as an intimate relationship between an adult and an adolescent boy outside his immediate family. Think NAMBLA.

Sounds quite different then the way the the NYT portrays it:

Jumping on the story, the New York Times has claimed the bill would “impose a death sentence for homosexual behavior.”

I can understand their disapproval of the death penalty but calling pederasty and pedophilia ‘homosexual behavior’ is quite damning in this instance.

Enter Mr. Jennings , the Assistant Deputy Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools at the U.S. Department of Education into the fray, who in 1997 declared:

“One of the people that’s always inspired me is Harry Hay, who started the first ongoing gay rights group in America,” he said.



Harry Hay, who “inspired” Obama-appointed Education Department official Kevin Jennings to lead a life of homosexual activism, was not only a supporter of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) but a prominent member of the Communist Party USA  and “Radical Faerie” who believed in the power of the occult.

After reading the indictment, which was pretty damning, I posted my thoughts.

I then went back and re-read the indictment with an eye toward this McQueary guy lying.  Then the indictment seems lacking. We will have to see what these two men now say happened some fifteen years ago. I will reserve judgement until they speak. In the mean time, Paterno obviously knew this was coming down the pike and it wouldn’t suprise me that Jennings jumped ship to save Obama from the feces hitting the oscillating devise.

Jennings was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.[4] He was the youngest of five children to Chester Henry, an itinerant Southern Baptistpreacher, and Alice Verna (Johnson) Jennings.[4]His family was poor and constantly moved around the South as his father sought a permanent post.[4] His father died when Kevin was eight and the family was living in a Lewisville, North Carolinatrailer park.“The first day of 10th grade I actually refused to go back to school because I simply wasn’t going to go back to a place where I was bullied every day.”[5] He attended Paisley Magnet School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina[4] where he did well academically, but was beaten by classmates for what they saw as effeminate behavior and attempted suicide after realizing he was gay.[3]After he and his mother moved to Hawaii he graduated from Radford High School in Honolulu.[4]

What we have is a guy who admits his family was poor that moved to Hawaii in ’68 or ’69 to graduate from high school. How does that happen?

Answer: Communists stick together no matter what. They expect me to dump on Cain for mere accusations that, even if true, could never match their depravity.

Ain’t gunna happen.