Wednesday, May 4, 2016

QUESTION...
What would be so terrible about letting diverse communities decide how they want to live and spend their tax dollars? The culture wars would still rage, but at least the winners would have to look the losers in the eye. As it stands now, the federal government, mostly through unelected judges and bureaucrats, thinks it can best determine how more than 300 million people should live.

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Media Matters Lies While Trying To Defend Smart Guns. Again.

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Timmy Johnson of Media Matters is desperate to get some traction for Barack Obama’s dead-on-arrival “smart gun” push, and is more than willing to lie to support the effort.
During the May 3 broadcast of Fox Business’ Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney and Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich offered a litany of falsehoods to attack the Obama administration’s announcement:
  1. Varney opened the segment by claiming Obama “might use executive orders to push for smart guns.” In fact, Obama’s announcement was an update on his administration’s January announcement of executive actions, not orders. Conservative media frequently mislabel executive actions — where, in this case, federal agencies are operating within their respective purviews to help expedite the development of technology – by terming them executive orders in an attempt to make claims about supposed Obama administration overreach.
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WHO THE F**K IS THE U.N. to get involved in domestic matters in the U.S. ? ?

UN Inserts Itself in Flint Water Investigation, Says Racism, Class Discrimination to Blame Leah Barkoukis May 04, 2016

UN Inserts Itself in Flint Water Investigation, Says Racism, Class Discrimination to Blame

The United Nations may weigh in on the investigation of Flint’s contaminated drinking water after human rights experts in Switzerland said racism and class discrimination played major roles in the crisis.

The
U.N. human rights office in Geneva called on authorities to draw up a “human rights complaint strategy” to address the crisis, a day ahead of a planned visit by President Obama to the Michigan city to talk with residents and local officials.

Experts in the
U.N. office say the human rights complaint could be lodged in order to ensure that other U.S. municipalities don’t make the same mistakes that local, state and federal officials made in handling Flint’s water supply needs, which has left residents dealing with the health impact of lead-contaminated water.

Trying to get as many of his mussie buddies in while he's still in office...and still....WHERE ARE THE WOMEN ???

Report: Obama Wants Refugee Screening Time To Be Reduced to Just Three Months  Katie Pavlich May 04, 2016

Report: Obama Wants Refugee Screening Time To Be Reduced to Just Three Months

(Now, the administration is changing it's position and a report from the Free Beacon's Adam Kredo shows President Obama is pushing for refugee screening time to be reduced to just three months. )

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Is something going on that John Q Public is not aware of ? ?

Banks Quickly Abolishing Your Ability to Use & Store Cash

Many responsible citizens believe in paying with cash and storing their cash at home, in a bank, or in a safety deposit box. But banks & governments have suddenly become hell-bent on abolishing your use and storage of cash, by restricting the ways you can spend & deposit your U.S. dollars, and reporting countless cash transactions to the police & government. The question is, why? The frightening fact is, our government has recently instituted numerous programs to track your financial accounts anywhere in the world, but tracking cash is much harder. In addition, our government aggressively pursues numerous programs to confiscate citizen savings & wealth without due process, and it’s much easier to confiscate digital accounts. Thus, cash has become a huge target. So you better act now to move your savings & wealth out of cash and financial accounts, and into private physical assets like gold & silver, before you have nothing left to protect.

The Bankers’ War on Cash

When JPMorgan Chase recently informed customers that the bank will no longer allow cash to be stored in safety deposit boxes, it capped off a frightening trend in banker restrictions on cash usage & storage internationally:

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Not looking for agreement, just some quick thought of how I feel about this 2016 "ELECTION"

Donald TrumpAnd Then There Was One .............Donald Trump 





But why ?........Like him or hate him....Donald Trump is the republican nominee for President of the U.S. Peoples Choice

My Thinking, People are tired of the following....(JUST 20 THAT COME TO MIND QUICKLY)

  1. Being lied to
  2. Broken promises
  3. being lied to
  4. attacking 2nd amendment
  5. being lied to
  6. unfair health insurance laws
  7. being lied to
  8. bad trade deals
  9. being lied to
  10. bad Iran nuclear deal
  11. being lied to
  12. open borders + Sirian immigrants
  13. being lied to
  14. crooked polititions (harry reid for example)
  15. being lied to
  16. attacking 1st amendment
  17. being lied to
  18. gov't. overreach
  19. being lied to by
  20. POLITITIONS          

  21. I think most people just want someone other that your day to day POLITITIONS. We / I want someone outside the republican or democrat party. I want someone (like Trump) who ows nothing and has no affiliations to ANY political party. He used his own money to fund his campaign, so he doesn't even owe contributors. I might be 100% wrong but what can be any worse than obamanuts or killary ? Now if the voters don't crumble and vote for killary, then WE SHALL SEE !

John Kasich To Drop Out Of 2016 Republican Presidential Race: Reports

The Huffington Post · 32 minutes ago
WASHINGTON — Ohio Gov. John Kasich plans to withdraw from the 2016 Republican presidential race on Wednesday, becoming the latest candidate with much-vaunted executive experience to abandon his bid for the White House, according to reports. 
John Kasich To Drop Out Of 2016 Republican Presidential Race: ReportsKasich was the final Republican challenger to Donald Trump after Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) suspended his campaign following Trump’s victory in Indiana on Tuesday. The only nominating contest Kasich won was in his home state of Ohio, but he had hoped to force a contested Republican convention and earn the nomination there.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Breaking: Ted Cruz Is Suspending His
Campaign
It's official, and Cruz has suspended his campaign after a defeat in
Indiana."We are suspending our campaign." See more at the
Townhall Election Center.
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CRUZ HAS QUIT...........
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A Dark Time in America   Dennis Prager Posted: May 03, 2016

A Dark Time in America
As of tonight, we may know if Donald Trump will be the Republican presidential candidate. And, barring unforeseeable events, it is certain that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee. Those are two reasons -- of many, unfortunately -- why, other than the first years of the Civil War, when the survival of the United States as one country was in jeopardy, there has never been a darker time in American history.
The various major wars -- the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World War I and II, and the Korean and Vietnam wars -- were worse in terms of American lives lost.
The Great Depression was worse in economic terms.
There were more riots during the Vietnam War era.
But at no other time has there been as much pessimism -- valid pessimism, moreover -- about America's future as there is today.
                               Among the reasons are:
   Every distinctive value on which America was founded is in jeopardy.
According to a Pew Research Center study, more and more young Americans do not believe in freedom of speech for what they deem hate speech. Forty percent of respondents ages 18 to 34 agreed that offensive statements should be outlawed.
   According to a series of Harvard University polls, about 47 percent of Americans ages 18 to 29 believe that food, shelter and health care "are a right that government should provide to those unable to afford them." That means that nearly half our young believe they have a legitimate claim on the labor and earnings of others for life's basic necessities.

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Nice Try: Transgender Woman’s Story About Harassment At North Carolina Bathroom Seems To Be A Lie  Matt Vespa  Posted: May 02, 2016

Nice Try: Transgender Woman’s Story About Harassment At North Carolina Bathroom Seems To Be A Lie
Oh, here we go again. It’s another story of harassment against the LGBT community that appears to be a tall tale. Transwoman Alexis Adams said she was “humiliated beyond belief” when security guards escorted her out of the Transit Center in Durham, North Carolina. Her offense: using the woman’s bathroom and taking a selfie. Yet, security camera footage showed something very different (via Fox8):
“I couldn’t think. I couldn’t speak. I was speechless,” she said. “It was embarrassing. I was outed in front of everybody.”
The Durham woman said she wanted to make a statement by going into a woman’s restroom and snapping a selfie in the mirror.
She said a custodian confronted her when she came out of the stall and she was escorted out.
The city of Durham owns the Transit Center and recently released surveillance footage of the alleged incident after the original story was aired.
Adams can be seen in the video entering the public bathroom alone. About four minutes later, a custodian enters. Shortly later, Adams can be seen leaving the restroom by herself.
That’s not exactly being escorted out by security, Ms. Adams. When confronted with the footage by Fox8, there was prolonged silence followed by Adams saying, “You had to be there to witness it.” Without a doubt, the LGBT community faces harassment and discrimination, but this story appears to be a hoax. Did Adams not know that there were surveillance video cameras on the premises? Moreover, stories like these make it harder for actual victims of discrimination to come forward.
As Christine wrote, in Austin, Texas, a gay pastor alleged that a Whole Foods baker wrote an anti-gay slur on his cake. As it turns out, the whole episode was a giant lie. First of all, the baker who handled the cake is also part of the LGBT community, so major fail there. Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist broke down this hoax, listing rules for the precious cupcake brigade when it comes to manufacturing a hoax. Rule number one was picking a believable villain.
For Adams, saying “you had to be there” doesn’t cut it. Either security escorted you out, or they didn’t. From the footage, it appears this never happened.
Trump dashes Cruz's hopes in Indiana; Sanders-Clinton close   

Associated Press        
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event at The
Palladium at the Center for Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana, U.S. May 2, 2016.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Donald Trump took a major step toward sewing up the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a victory in Indiana's primary election, dashing the hopes of rival Ted Cruz and other GOP forces who fear the brash businessman will doom their party in the general election.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were vying for victory in the Democratic primary, though it was too early to call the race as votes were being tallied. Clinton already is 91 percent of the way to her party's nomination.
While Trump can't mathematically clinch the GOP nomination with his victory in Indiana, his path now becomes easier and he has more room for error in the remaining primary contests. The real estate mogul will collect at least 45 of Indiana's 57 delegates, and now needs less than 200 more in upcoming contests

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Passenger Grounds An Entire Flight With Their Poor Taste WiFi Hotspot Name      Huffington Post UK    
As spectacularly stupid things to do go, this has to be up there.

Qantas plane delayed two hours after passenger reported online terror threat

Australian news organisations are reporting that a Qantas flight was grounded after a passenger spotted what might be one of the most inappropriately named WiFi hotspots we've ever seen.
   The hotspot titled 'Mobile Detonation Device' was spotted by a passenger shortly after she boarded. She then alerted the crew who informed the captain.
   Speaking to
The West Australian another passenger John Vidler said the captain then announced to the plane that the flight would be delayed because they needed to locate a device.
   Confirming to the passengers that the reason was because of its threatening name the captain and crew then began a search. They were unable to find the device. 
   Unfortunately the scenario had so rattled the plane's passengers that 40 insisted to be let off the flight, resulting in the plane being grounded while their luggage was unloaded.

Enough gun laws....obama just signed 23 more by ex. order...If the govt. tries to take our guns away, they will surely learn the meaning of the word "REBELLION"

As States Expand Gun Rights, the Police Join the Opposition
   
Craig Martin, a police sergeant in Ann Arbor, Mich., asked to see John McIntosh’s concealed-pistol license before he entered a school board meeting last year.   © Melanie Maxwell/The Ann Arbor News, via Associated Press Craig Martin, a police sergeant in Ann Arbor, Mich., asked to see John McIntosh’s concealed-pistol license before he entered a school board…

GULFPORT, Miss. — Guns in bars. Guns in airports. Guns in day care centers and sports arenas. Conservative state lawmakers around the country are pressing to weaken an array of gun regulations, in some cases greatly expanding where owners can carry their weapons.
But the legislators are encountering stiff opposition from what has been a trusted ally: law enforcement.

WHEN YOU HAVE A CCP, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CARRY YOUR GUN ANYWHERE. IT'S BEEN PROVEN, LEGALLY LICENSED CARRIERS ARE NOT THE PROBLEM. My biggest fear from police is being STOMPED before given the chance to show my permit.....

In more than a dozen states with long traditions of robust support for gun ownership rights, and where legislatures have moved to relax gun laws during the past year, the local police have become increasingly vocal in denouncing the measures. They say the new laws expose officers to greater danger and prevent them from doing their jobs effectively.
“We are a gun society and we recognize that, but we should be writing gun laws that make us safer,” said Leonard Papania, the police chief in Gulfport, Miss., who opposes part of a new state law that creates exceptions to the rules for concealed-carry permits. “Do you want every incident on your street to escalate to acts of gun violence?”

She criticized Donald Trump. Now she’s out as a Republican delegate because of a residency issue.
The Washington Post     © Jeffrey MacMillan
Rina Shah Bharara, seen here in 2011, has been barred from being a delegate to the Republican National Convention this summer.
Rina Shah Bharara, seen here in 2011, has been barred from being a delegate to the Republican National Convention this summer.

A Republican businesswoman who has called Donald Trump a ‘racist, misogynist, flip-flopper’ will not get a chance to vote against him this summer at the Republican National Convention.
D.C. GOP leaders voted not to certify the election of Rina Shah Bharara Judging by her name, I'm not surprised she is against Trump. Where is she from ? (I guess she want's more immigrants from her country to come to the U.S.)  as a convention delegate after a party investigation found she lives in Virginia, not the District — a violation of party rules. Bharara runs a business in D.C.

Monday, May 2, 2016

Kentucky judge temporarily bars removal of Confederate statue  Reuters
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, speaks in front of the Confederate monument near the University of Louisville with university President James Ramsey, in Louisville, Ky., Friday, April 29, 2016. The Confederate monument capped with a statue of Jefferson Davis will be removed from a spot near the University of Louisville campus where it has stood since 1895. (AP Photo/Dylan Lovan)
© Dylan Lovan/AP Photo Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, speaks in front of the Confederate monument near the University of Louisville with university President James Ramsey, in Louisville, Ky., Friday, April 29…

LOUISVILLE, Ky.- A state judge in Louisville, Kentucky, on Monday temporarily blocked a move by the city and a local university to take down a longstanding monument to Confederate soldiers.
Jefferson Circuit Judge Judith McDonald-Burkman issued the temporary injunction after the Sons of Confederate Veterans and others announced their intent to legally block the move by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and University of Louisville President Dr. James Ramsey.
A hearing on whether to permanently grant the injunction has been scheduled for 1030 am local time on Thursday, according to Ed Springston, one of the men who sought the injunction with the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Fischer's spokesman Chris Poynter said in a text that the mayor stood by his decision to move the statue to a more appropriate location. On Friday, local leaders announced plans to dismantle the 70-foot monument, clean it and place it in storage until another site could be found.

Turning his sights to November, Trump delivered a foreign policy address where he laid out the broad strokes of his vision for America and her role in the world.

What Donald Trump Said About Hillary and Benghazi



   Coming off his five-for-five sweep of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic primaries, Donald Trump began a pivot toward the general election.
Turning his sights to November, Trump delivered a foreign policy address where he laid out the broad strokes of his vision for America and her role in the world.
But there was one target of his attacks that left political watchers realizing it was “game on” heading to November.
   During his remarks, Trump took aim at the Obama-Clinton regime policy of foreign intervention that left America weaker around the world and allowed ISIS and other terrorist groups to grow stronger.
Nowhere is that more apparent than Libya.
   Hillary’s war in Libya deposed strongman Muammar Gaddafi.
After Gadaffi’s death, jihadists took over the country.
   And on September 11, 2012, America paid the price for Hillary’s foolish judgment when our consulate in Benghazi was attacked, killing four Americans including our Ambassador.
   To this day, we do not know Barack Obama’s whereabouts during the attack.
And Trump blasted Hillary for her conduct surrounding the events.
 
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The government’s war on Christianity  

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The number one goal of all governments is to control and dominate their own citizens. The more deceptively it can be done, the more complete and long-lasting the tyranny.
I have been telling you for many years that the face of modern tyranny is benevolent totalitarianism. Police state totalitarianism went out with World War II. The “Gestapo” knock at the door in the middle of the night and barbed-wire detainment camps are history, though there are steps in place to recreate them here via FEMA resettlement camps. Benevolent totalitarianism is an advanced stage of people control through mind control and mass psycho-political manipulation.
The individual (individualist) is an enemy of the state. Therefore individuality must be removed. So the individual and the nuclear family, which is an individual and sovereign unit, are under attack.
Stop here, dear reader, if you are offended by the politically incorrect. This column will surely distress your sensibilities. If you read on you are in for some uncomfortable but Godly truths.
Government is attacking the individual and family unit in a myriad of ways: through social programs, class warfare and altruism, which is selfless self-denial to the point of literal self-sacrifice for a myth called society, and propaganda.
Social welfare programs are destructive to the individual and the family unit because they absolve the parents of their parental responsibilities and promote dependency on government. There are now “families” that for two or three generations have been wards of the state. Many if not most of them are without a male head of household. They depend upon the state to provide their sustenance, their housing, their transportation, their healthcare and their entertainment. They know nothing of individuality or personal responsibility. Their provider is the state, and the state is their god. It is 21st Century Baal worship.
Class warfare is a code word for race warfare and it promotes racism and bigotry. Government panders to minorities with extravagant subsidies and racism. Minorities respond because they are conditioned to do so. Subsidies and racism are subtle forms of economic warfare between the middle class and minorities. All is a masquerade for the benefit of a wicked political system.
Who are minorities? They are, of course, racial minorities, but there are a whole lot more. There are homosexual minorities, feminist minorities, political minorities, religious minorities, low wage minorities and all the minorities whose issues dominate the news cycles. For more on this read, “Lawyers and minorities love socialism.”

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