Deneen Borelli

New Black Panther Party’s Call to Action

2011 April 21

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Members of the New Black Panther Party are organizing a National/International Day of Action and Unity “…in over 60 cities in America, Africa and worldwide,” on Saturday, April 23, 2011.

According to the press statement, the day of action includes “…calling for a buy black only weekend the weekend of April 23rd and a boycott of all non-black businesses,” and calls for “…a Nation and world of our own, with Africa as our Free and Independent motherland.  All of the above must be achieved by any means necessary.”

As reported by Caroline May from the Daily Caller, “The New Black Panthers say they are trying to get more attention for the plight of blacks everywhere and will not rest until they are heard.”

It’s ironic that Tea Party groups were labeled “extreme” and “racist” for calling for Constitutional government, while the New Black Panther Party’s day of action has not elicited critical reviews by the media.

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Tea Party Targets Goldman Sachs

2011 April 9

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It’s shareholder season, that time of year when shareholders attend annual meetings to question CEOs about business decisions.

For far too long left-wing groups have dominated shareholder meetings through protests and filing shareholder proposals.

This year CEOs will be feeling some heat from the right.

I will be joining my husband Tom Borelli, Director of the Free Enterprise Project — an initiative of the National Center for Public Policy Research — at a number of shareholder meetings this spring.  FreedomWorks grassroots activists will also play a role in holding CEOs accountable for their progressive business strategies. wrote a brief preview of upcoming meetings including Goldman Sachs, Duke Energy and General Electric.

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Blaming the Tea Party? Stop the Political Games

2011 April 9

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After years of trying to label the Tea Party movement as extremist, liberals now hope that shuttered museums, national park closures and concerns about grandma not getting her Social Security check next month, will turn public opinion against the social movement responsible for ending liberals’ virtual monopoly on political power in Washington.

With the potential loss of the Senate and executive branch next year, liberals are looking for the political equivalent of kryptonite to weaken the relative superpower of the Tea Party movement.

Given the high stakes of a government slowdown and an opportunity to exploit the crisis for political gain, it was not shocking to hear about the liberal’s strategy to blame the Tea Party coming straight from the mouth of Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.

For more on this please read my entire commentary at Fox News Opinion.

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Senator Rockefeller Fiddles While the Coal Industry Burns

2011 March 25

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A plan to block the EPA from regulating greenhouse gas emissions is gaining momentum, but Senator Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) is playing the spoiler to the growing bi-partisan effort to stop the federal agency’s power grab.

With the exception of Rockefeller, all of the members of the West Virginia congressional delegation — Republican and Democrat — support the Energy Tax Prevention Act of 2011.  It would limit the EPA’s power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.  Obama ordered the EPA to regulate them, based on a Supreme Court ruling, after his cap-and-trade proposal failed on Capitol Hill.

For more on this please read my entire commentary at The Daily Caller.

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Gaddafi Needs to Do the Right Thing

2011 March 17

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Cornelia Mrose, a guest blogger at,  is a new US citizen and tea party activist who is passionate about promoting liberty.

Cornelia believes in the free market, small government and individual responsibility. Having lived in European welfare states she has seen the stifling and corrupting effects on its citizens. In the United States she has found a country that is well on its way to a cradle-to-grave nanny state with an overtaxed, overregulated and over legislated citizenry pitched against a class of privileged state employees.

“Gaddafi Should Do the Right Thing,” by Cornelia Mrose:

The Wall Street Journal reported that Gaddafi’s forces took the town Ajdabiya which is about an hour’s drive south of Benghazi, the rebels’ capital. His fighter jets bombed the center of Ajdabiya to ruins. Civilians are fleeing the city heading north the city in the Eastern part of the country. The rebels retreated to the outskirts of Ajdabiya trying to regroup near the highway leading north. read more…

The Tea Party Movement, Racism and the Lesson of the NPR Scandal

2011 March 11

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At a time when it seems most rational people have moved on from false allegations that the tea party movement is steeped in racism, the accusation once again reared its ugly head. read more…

The Counteroffensive to President Obama’s War on Fossil Fuels Begins

2011 March 9

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At long last, Congress is launching a counteroffensive to President Obama’s war on fossil fuels.

A bipartisan group of senators recently grilled Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar about bureaucratic delays in approving deep-water oil drilling permits in the Gulf of Mexico. And, following an Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the impact of EPA regulation of greenhouse gas emissions on jobs, legislation was introduced to block that agency’s regulatory authority. read more…

Cap-and-Trade Campaign Promise

2010 July 21

During the 2008 presidential campaign, then Senator Barack Obama said,

“Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.  Businesses would have to retrofit their operations.  That will cost money.  They will pass that cost onto consumers.”

Little did we know, this is a campaign promise President Obama was adamant on keeping.  Not only is Obama still pressing for cap-and-trade, he has used the tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico to continue his war on fossil fuels.

To learn more, please read Tom Borelli’s commentary on Fox Forum:

Obama’s War on Fossil Fuels

The NAACP Credible?

2010 July 20

On the July 16 edition of “America’s Newsroom” on the Fox News Channel, I debated Hilary Shelton — the NAACP’s senior vice president for advocacy — on the merits of the NAACP’s resolution decrying alleged instances of racism at Tea Party events. read more…

The NAACP’s Race Card Politics

2010 July 13

According to a report in the Kansas City Star, the NAACP, which is conducting its 101st annual convention in that city, will take up a resolution as early as Tuesday to urge “all people of good will to repudiate the racism of Tea Parties, and to stand in opposition to its drive to push our country back to the pre-civil rights era.” read more…

The Next Corporate Bailout General Electric?

2010 June 21

President Obama is not the only one following Rahm Emmanuel’s advice that “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”

GE CEO Jeff Immelt is also trying to take advantage of the BP oil disaster to get the government to fund additional money for research and development in clean energy technology.

Immelt is a member of the American Energy Innovation Council,­ an organization that recently recommended the U.S. to “more than triple its spending on clean energy research and development to $16 billion a year.”

GE wants the U.S. taxpayer to subsidize its clean energy business.

It seems that Immelt’s plan is to let “we the people” take the investment risk while he stands to profit if the research pays off.

FreedomWorks’ blog on GE provides more information on the company’s fast and loose regard for the taxpayer’s dollar behavior.  It also links to a petition that asks Immelt to resign.

It’s time for people to realize that progressive CEOs such as Immelt represent a risk to liberty.

Deneen Borelli on Last Night’s Hannity

2010 June 9

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