It’s been a memorable typhoon season. Jelawat is the second big September storm to come through and mess things up in eastern Asia, injuring hundreds and wreaking havoc. Two weeks ago it was Typhoon Sanba, with Bolaven and Tembin striking in August. Below are a couple of Jelawat videos from Okinawa, brought to you by U.S. military personnel. Expect expletives.
From the Washington Post, regarding the Black Panther Case at the Dept. of Justice:
“In the months after the case ended, tensions persisted. A new supervisor, Julie Fernandes, arrived to oversee the voting section, and Coates testified that she told attorneys at a September 2009 lunch that the Obama administration was interested in filing cases – under a key voting rights section – only on behalf of minorities.
“Everyone in the room understood exactly what she meant,” Coates said. “No more cases like the Ike Brown or New Black Panther Party cases.”
Fernandes declined to comment through a department spokeswoman.”
Eric Holder might get hot under the arms if more of you read Pharmer’s links, and get fired up to Vote.
Catch some great VIDEO for us on November 2. We’ll be watching for it, and would be happy to help spread it around.