This statement was prepared by the Citizens for Liberty board members who voted in the majority to dismiss Barb Lindberg as president of CFL on July 19, 2010. The board attempted to avoid negative publicity for Citizens for Liberty and the Tea Party movement and prevent a media circus. Sadly, Mrs. Lindberg thwarted that effort multiple times in the past week and a half, and the time has come for the facts of her dismissal–and inaccurate statements she has made since–to be shared with the public.
By now you may have read in the Rapid City Journal that Barb Lindberg, the former president of Rapid City Tea Party group Citizens for Liberty, has pulled a coup, taking control of the group behind the back of the board. Lindberg was dismissed as president and board member in a 4-0 vote of the board on July 19 due to her heavy-handed, “my-way-or-the-highway” dealings.
Oh! There’s that awful smell again! I believe it’s coming from the judiciary! For decades, leftists have been worming their way into the legal system and slithering onto court benches. And now they have infested the system to the point where we are now seeing an almost daily assault on our liberties, traditions, borders—pretty much our entire American way of life—coming from outrageous court rulings, and it stinks to high heaven!
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has a new report out entitled Federal Debt and the Risk of a Fiscal Crisis. In the past year and a half, the federal government has spent trillions of dollars of money on things the Constitution doesn’t authorize with money we don’t have. Sooner or later, these trillions of dollars our government is spending that we do not have begin to add up.
It looks as if, as many of us figured at the time, Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA) threw away his long-standing pro-life reputation on a piece of tissue paper also known as President Obama’s guarantee not to allow abortion in the unconstitutional health care bill passed a few months ago. Now a new report from the Congressional Research Service confirms what we already knew.