Anti-Islamist, Pro-Liberty activist Kevin Kookogey to testify on Capitol Hill today
by Eric Dondero
You don't get any more of a principled right-libertarian than Kevin Kookogey. He is the Chairman of one of the most hardline right-libertarian county GOPs in the Nation: Williamson County, just south of Nashville. Members of the county's Republican Party hosted right-libertarian Dutch MP Geert Wilders in his first ever U.S. speech two years ago, through the Tenn. Freedom Coalition. Over 2,000 were in attendance.I attended that event. These activists have been at the forefront of the battle to keep Muslim Sharia Law out of Tennessee.
Kookogey quoted at loonwatch (sic):
[Many Tennessee politicians have] displayed an unfortunate ignorance to the threat of Shariah. They seem willing to accept the claims and defense of the Muslim Brotherhood at face value, refusing to even consider that, perhaps, those bent on destroying Western Civilization might just be infiltrating our institutions…. It is not like this has never happened before.
The Muslim Brotherhood is following the blueprint of the Communists, who infiltrated the highest levels of government and society in the 1950′s. Shariah, however, is an even greater threat, because it has cloaked itself under the auspices of a religion, thus confusing the uninformed.”Well, lo and behold... Yahoo News is reporting, "IRS victims testify as new agency scandal emerges":
Conservative groups who were targeted by the Internal Revenue Service are getting their say on Capitol Hill just as the details of another IRS controversy are being made public.
The leaders of six conservative groups were scheduled to tell lawmakers Tuesday about their mistreatment at the hands of IRS agents. Several of the groups say their applications for tax-exempt status were delayed while agents asked intrusive questions that the IRS has since acknowledged were inappropriate.Kevin is one of those six activists scheduled to testify. He had applied for tax-exempt status for his group, ironically-named, Linchpins of Liberty. The purpose of the groups was simply to teach young Americans about the U.S. Constitution.
Exit comment - Don't ya just love that Yahoo headline, "IRS victims..." Aren't we all?