Two people that I know, each in their own way, have actively spoken out about Barack Obama and have worked hard to expose the truth about Obama.
Larry Sinclair called last night and provided my first news of the calendar scandal in Florida. Larry not only has worked hard to spread the story of his drug and sex encounter with Obama in November 1999, he also has done extensive research and reporting and risked his life in doing so. Sinclair has a new paperback version of his book out and he is offering a special signed and numbered edition.
Jeff Katz, formerly of WBT in Charlotte, NC is quoted in the article below.
“NC has lost a voice for truth and FL has gained one.
Jeff Katz was the voice for truth in NC. Katz spoke out against Barack Obama and warned what an Obama administration would do to the country. He did not tap dance around issues and was not politically correct. He was a breathe of fresh air in the midst of the mainstream media and the likes of the biased pro Obama Charlotte Observer. Jeff Katz and WBT radio parted ways about a year ago.”
Jeff Katz new talk radio show
Listen to Jeff Katz:
From World Net Daily, January 6, 2010.
“NOT YOUR FATHER’S AMERICA”
“POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – Explosive outrage is being unleashed on a popular supermarket chain after it published a 2010 calendar marking the date of Dec. 7 with the Islamic New Year, while eliminating any mention of Pearl Harbor Day, commemorating the 1941 attack on the U.S. by Japan.
The forward magazine of USS Shaw explodes during the 2nd Japanese attack wave on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec. 7, 1941. To the left of the explosion, Shaw’s stern is visible, at the end of floating drydock. At right is the bow of USS Nevada, with a tug alongside fighting fires.
Joyce Kaufman, a talk-show host on WFTL Radio in South Florida, made the “date which will live in infamy” the centerpiece of her broadcast today, expressing outrage at Publix Supermarkets for its calendar omission.
Florida talk-show host Joyce Kaufman of WFTL Radio
“We have guys that are fighting Islamic fundamentalists right now in Afghanistan and guarding them from ruining what little freedom they have achieved in Iraq,” said Kaufman. “And now I gotta celebrate their new year over here in my country when they’re getting on airplanes and trying to blow up planes out of the sky in Detroit? I gotta have their New Year’s Day on my calendar and not Pearl Harbor Day? We’ve lost our minds!”
Kaufman and many callers to her station called it a “slap in the face” to all those who fought for America’s freedoms over the years.
“I’m done,” she said. “I’m not walking into a Publix until there’s a formal apology. I’m not walking into a Publix until the calendars have all been pulled. I’m not walking into a Publix until they reissue a calendar and re-evaluate what they put on their calendars. It’s a free country, but I don’t have to shop there.”
Some enraged listeners called in to suggest consumers shred the calendars and mail them to the supermarket’s corporate headquarters in Lakeland, Fla.
One man claimed he spoke with two managers at two separate Publix stores, both of whom confirmed the 2009 edition of the calendar also had no mention of Pearl Harbor Day.
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This year, while Publix’s calendar is marking well-known observances such as Passover and Palm Sunday, it also includes some obscure times including National Boss Day and Professional Assistant’s Day.
Ironically, the calendar has a laundry list of independence days for foreign countries such as Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Central America, Cuba, Haiti, Mexico, Paraguay, Uruguay and Trinidad and Tobago.
“That’s nice,” opined Kaufman’s fellow broadcaster Jeff Katz. “Don’t you find it odd, though, that in South Florida with such a large Jewish population, they don’t bother to mention Israeli Independence Day? I found that fascinating. Again, that would be a decision that someone in the Publix intergalactic headquarters had to make. Somebody had to decide, ‘Here’s what we’re putting on, here’s not what we’re putting on;’ or even worse, ‘Here’s what we’re putting on, and here’s what we’re taking off.'””
“”That is a deflective move,” said Katz. “That’s designed to get you to just simmer down, just to say, ‘Hey, it’s enough already. Stop talking about it. Talk about how cold it is and mention the fact that Publix sells a lot of stuff to help you deal with the cold.'””
“Katz added, “There is a much bigger issue at stake. and that’s about education and that’s about knowledge … and the sacrifices of our American heroes. … My concern today was what was missing.””
Once again I will say, Florida is lucky to get Jeff Katz.
Go get em Jeff.