Posts Tagged ‘google’

Whitehouse Party Crashers Revisited

January 20, 2010

UH OH!  Someone kept digging, (not the news media apparently) until they found a photograph. We thought the party crashing about a month ago was the first time the Obama’s and the Salahi’s had ever laid eyes on each other.  Nooooooo . . .


ANYBODY HERE LOOK FAMILIAR?

I knew there had to be a “Paul Harvey” version to this story.   See the white guy in the white suit? Now see the blond in the white dress?  See the guy in the middle…hmmm-m-m.  This picture was taken June 9, 2005. It seems Obama has known these two phonies for awhile, at least from the time he was a Senator.  They’re getting all the press now as being “party crashers” and the Secret Service is taking the fall.  Funny how this hasn’t come out in the press, don’t cha think?

No wonder the couple who crashed Obama’s State dinner a few weeks ago keeps insisting they were invited guests.  They know Barry from way back when he was still an Illinois Senator.  Is Obama trying to throw the Secret Service under the bus?

Tareq and Michaele Salahi snapped the pic above with Obama at a “Rock The Vote” event on June 9, 2005 (also attended by John McCain…with whom the Salahi’s also took a pic). McCain won an award for his work on campaign finance reform.   Obama won an award for “forming a multiracial coalition in winning his seat.”

Michaele Salahi is getting quite a ribbing in the press for lying about being a Redskins cheerleader, but Tareq is the more interesting of the two to me.   He has ties to Palestinian terrorists…  Tareq is a board member of the ATFP- American Task Force on Palestine, which has quickly scrubbed its site of the fact. Thank the Lord for Google cache.

And just who are the ATFP?

The ATFP has ties to Chicago, ties to Muslim radicals, ties to Hamas, and ties to Saudi Wahhabists. It is arguably the American wing of Hamas. The group’s co-founder is Rashid Khalidi, the guy purported to have helped finance Obama’s Harvard education and who was also instrumental in getting Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak at  Columbia University. During the Beirut war, Khalidi was a PLO spokesperson. After the war, he came back to teach at the University of Chicago.  He is a virulent critic of Israel, and [was] a strong supporter of Fatah terrorist Yasser Arafat. Obama has referred to Khalidi as someone who challenges his “own biases.”

Why do the same dubious tentacles seem to continually surround Obama?

The fact that the ATFP is scrubbing information on Salahi from their website suggests possible damage control coordination between the ATFP and the White House.  If the ATFP was acting independently, there would be no reason to scrub Salahi’s name from their site. It looks like Salahi was an invited guest to the dinner, that he was “outed,” and the administration had to come up with a rational excuse for his presence. Now the Salahis want to sell their story…they’re a little broke these days, but they still live VERY high on the hog.

The Secret Service has already apologized for the incident, but they may clear their names if the Salahi’s start singing… If someone with ties to the American wing of Hamas can get face to face with the President without the Secret Service realizing it…that is a major security lapse. However, if Obama’s people knowingly allowed Salahi in and are now throwing the Secret Service under the bus to cover themselves, that would be a major scandal. Some in Congress are calling for an investigation.

Something is VERY fishy in this White House, AND THE SMELL GETS WORSE EVERY DAY!

How to create a “Google Alert” for your ancestor

December 28, 2009

How to create a “Google Alert” for your ancestor

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We spend a lot of time looking for our ancestors. Wouldn’t it be nice if they just showed up in our email’s inbox? With the free tool, Google Alerts, this is possible.

With hundreds of millions of web sites on the Internet, we typically use search engines, such as Google, Bing, Excite, etc. to find what we are looking for, such as our ancestors. Some of us probably even search for our own names to see what others are saying about us.

I don’t know how many thousands or millions of new web sites are created each month, but if we really want to find on the Internet what we are looking for, then we have to continually search and re-search – and then do this every month to see if any of the new web sites contain what we are looking for.

By creating a Google Alert, whenever Google finds your word or phrase that you are interested in, Google will automatically send you an email. For example, I am searching for an ancestor, James Marion McCall. If, today, I don’t find anything relevant, I can create a Google Alert for his name, and then work on other things, such as get ready for our 7th annual Legacy Genealogy Cruise to Australia and New Zealand. 🙂 Then, if someone publishes new information to a website that Google finds, I’ll get an email with a direct link to the new page.

In a sense, our ancestors are hunting for us for a change.

Here’s how to do it.

1) Go to www.google.com/alerts, enter your search terms, your email address, and click “Create Alert”.

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2) Google then sends you a verification email. You will not receive Google Alerts on your topic until you click the link in the verification email to confirm your request.

3) Sit back and relax. Do something with your living relatives. Go on vacation. Read a book.

While you are enjoying life, Google is working for you. When it finds your phrase, you will receive an email with a link to the website, and hopefully information about your ancestor.

For more information or to create an alert, visit www.google.com/alerts.

(Info from Legacynews.com)


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