Saturday, July 19, 2008

Prostitution Raid links Communist Tax Lawyer, leftist voter project, and 9/11 Truther Movement

You just can't make this stuff up.

Louis Posner, a National Lawyers Guild affiliated Tax Attorney, is
arrested for running a Strip Club, which was a front for prostitution. What makes this case unique is that the funds were laundered through Voter March, a leftist election reform organization.



Voter March began on November 14, 2000, as four founding members organizing people who wanted to express their opposition to the irregularities and egregious conduct of Election 2000 and the direction in which an illegitimate administration is taking the country. As an internet-based grass-roots group, having logged over one million hits to its website since November 2000.

Voter March organized major national demonstrations to protest the disenfranchisement of voters in Election 2000 and the highly partisan U.S. Supreme Court decision which selected the President. On January 20th, 2001, Voter March organized the Inaugural Voter March at Dupont Circle in Washington, DC., where thousands of people turned out in the cold, rainy weather to protest the disenfranchisement of thousands of voters in Florida and a Supreme Court decision that undermined the franchise of all citizens by "selecting" a president through judicial fiat. Click on January 20 HQ; On May 19th, 2001, Voter March organized thousands of protestors for the Voter Rights March in Washington DC and San Francisco. Click on May 19 HQ

Voter March has been responsible for organizing dozens of teach-ins and seminars across the country, with thousands of participants, including speaker events for authors Vincent Bugliosi and Greg Palast.

The Voter March platform calls for a Voters' Bill of Rights for critically-needed reforms, including improved voter registration. Voter March also fully supports the peace and anti-war movements and is adamantly opposed to the unelected, illegitimate, unmandated President Bush and his Administration's plans to wage unilateral war against Iraq.

Voter March is independent and not funded or controlled by any organization. Voter March, Ltd. is a New York State not-for-profit organization that qualifies under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a tax exempt organization. The Director of Voter March is founder Louis J. Posner, a New York City attorney and member of the National Lawyer's Guild, who is listed in "Who's Who in American Lawyers," "Who's Who in America," and "Who's Who in the World."

In 2002, Voter March became involved in the 9/11 Truther movement.

I would ask our accidental governor if Elliot Spitzer is involved, but he is too busy colluding with Mayor Bloomberg on the end run around the Commerce Clause known as the Tax.

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At 2:23 AM, Anonymous Publicola said...

Thank you for your comments on my post concerning the schools of though within conservatism. However, I must say I find that your suggestions really do not fit into the whole post as they eventually cross back into one of the four schools I mention.

These groups you name ultimately broke off in the 1960's to form the Paleo and Neo Conservative movements. With the split of the Old Right, which encompassed Southern Agrarians and Fusion Conservatism, into the New Right and Old Right you see the development of the Paleoconservative and Neoconservative movements.

The Paleo and Neo conservative movements, because of their importance to the Post World War era in America were noteworthy despite being mere offshoots of the Old Right.

Classical Liberalism is the parent of most of these groups, with the exception of Traditional Conservatism. Traditionalists can trace their roots back closer to the Classical Conservative movement, ultimately they helped form Paleoconservatism. As you point out one could probably splinter out all the groups within the Paleocon movement rather than grouping them together because while they are all similar, there is some differences. Traditionalist for example are more Classical Conservative in the vain of John Adams while most other Paleoconservatives look at Thomas Jefferson and the Ant-Federalist slant.


I would be happy to hear any additional information you might have on these groups and movements.


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