Aaron Goldstein writes for the American Spectator

He was one of the invited speakers at the Worcester Tea Party’s Tax day event yesterday:

I recorded it in two parts

Part 2

I think we should keep the tradition of having writers for the Spectator at these events to speak. For next year may I make a humble suggestion?

Libertarian Candidate Gov Gary Johnson was the final speaker at the Worcester Tea Party event yesterday.

He spoke to me after the event.

and also spoke to a group of young people there on the subject of Ron Paul.

I found him a decent and experienced fellow, I think it was a travesty and a mistake to exclude him from the debates, but I also think that at this point any votes is draws are more likely to help than hurt the re-election of the president (particularly since several blue states now allocated their electoral votes based on popular vote totals.)

His campaign site is here

Great Britain has been remarkably tolerant of radical Islamists in their midst but apparently there are some lines that are beyond the pale in even in England…at least if you are a member of the House of Lords.

Lord Ahmed, 53, who in 1998 became the first Muslim life peer, was reported to have made the comments at a conference in Haripur in Pakistan.

A Labour Party spokesman said: “We have suspended Lord Ahmed pending investigation. If these comments are accurate we utterly condemn these remarks which are totally unacceptable.”

Now realize he is not being “suspended” from the House of Lords, or having his Baronet “suspended”, he is not even being sanctioned by the British government at all. He is being suspended from the Labour party.

So this is what “Great” Britain is reduced to, offer a reward for the murder of a US president and be suspected from a political party.

I’m sure the radicals are quaking in their boots.