Lee Whitnum — American Writer born on June 23, 1960,

Lee Whitnum is an American writer and politician. She is an outspoken critic of Israel and gained notoriety on that issue in the 2010 Connecticut U.S. Senate race. She also takes a hard stand against illegal and legal "white collar" immigration as a way to curtail unemployment. She cites abuses of the H1-B and L1 immigration loopholes as detrimental to the United States by contributing to unemployment... (wikipedia)

I'm not handled. I'm not crafted by slick, high-priced consultants. I'm a real person, a genuine person, a struggling person in Connecticut.
The only thing that stands between corporate greed and poverty is the union.
I'm appalled that when I talk about the neo-conservatives it's somehow twisted, some sort of a racist comment.
The Jewish community has always taken care of its own.
Zionists believe they are entitled by God to the land, groves and homes of the non-Jewish underclass. They quote the Bible as the reference that 'God gave them the land.' The size of the alleged God-given land has never been determined and Israel's borders still remain fuzzy.