Buy this book before Loretta Lynch bans it
and cartoonist A.F. Branco gets sent to the Gulag Obamapelago
Attorney General Loretta Lynch is worried about incendiary rhetoric. How long before she turns her attention to cartoons?
So act fast.
A.F. Branco has released Comically Incorrect, a collection of his best cartoons, some of which ran at Legal Insurrection, some elsewhere.
The book is available at a $5 discount off the $24.95 list price at Patriot Depot (where they throw in a calendar of Branco’s cartoons as well), and at list price at Amazon.
At Patriot Depot only you can purchase an autographed copy for $29.95.
Get it now. While you can.
Buy a second one for the bunker.
Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.
You misread Lynch. She didn’t question that incendiary speech is protected by the first amendment, but she warned that violent actions are not protected, and will be prosecuted, even if they were motivated by protected speech.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula might be inclined to disagree with that assertion.
Nakoula’s speech was protected. His use of a computer in violation of his parole conditions was not. The only objectionable aspect of what happened to him is that the DOJ shouldn’t have been looking for whomever made the film in the first place, so they shouldn’t have found out that he did it.
In any case, I have no sympathy for him, since he first pretended to be a Jew, and then a Copt, in order to throw the blame on them.
Nonetheless, Lynch spoke as if Americans were guilty of the crime of Islamophobia and had to prove they are innocent…the very opposite of what we should want in an Attorney General of the United States. She has earned whatever First Amendment protected derision we choose to give her.
I’m in for one! TY, Professor Jacobson.
Don’t forget, folks: Free 2016 calendar, too!
I like it so well I ordered 2 more! Long live Branco!
Common sense cartoon control now!
Giving myself this great gift. Now to write a card to myself …
Oh my, is this an example of speech that “edges towards violence?”
I vaguely remember when William vouched for Lynch when she was nominated. Did I misremember, or do you have an update?