Friday, November 28, 2014

As it should be

900 Austrian Police Raid Mosques and Homes in Terrorist Search
MAINZ, Germany — Some 900 police officers swooped in on mosques, prayer rooms and homes across Austria early Friday in an operation against suspected jihadi recruiters and alleged financiers of the ISIS terror group, local media reported. Prosecutors confirmed to NBC News in a statement that 13 people were arrested in the raids. They provided limited details but, according to Austrian newspapers, the raids took place in in Vienna, Graz and Linz and were the culmination of a two-year investigation into people suspected of recruiting young people to fight in Syria. A Vienna-based Bosnian preacher, who was the main suspect, was among those arrested in the raids which began before dawn at 4:00am. (10 p.m. ET on Thursday), according to the media reports.        
"In the apartment searches, terrorist propaganda material, electronic storage mediums, money and banned weapons (knuckle-duster) were confiscated," said the statement from the prosecutor's office in Graz. Beyond recruiting fighters, the Kronen Zeitung newspaper said that the suspects were investigated for helping to finance the ISIS terror group. Some 160 people have so far left Austria to join jihadists in Syria and Iraq, or have been stopped while trying to do so, according to the interior ministry.
Video--Where did ISIS come from ?

WTF.....Put it on the ballot, I don't want the illegals given amnesty, and no-one I've talked to either. Only the illegals and DEMOCRATS

(Breitbart) Former Massachusetts Governor and failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney believes Republicans should “swallow hard” and pass a permanent amnesty bill in the wake of President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty that even Romney conceded would encourage more illegal immigrants to enter the country.
Romney recently told Spanish-language Univision that Obama is “giving people false hope” and “communicating to people outside this country, ‘Hey, get into the United States illegally and stay, because they’ll always let you stay.’”
Romney’s solution is for Congress to pass a “permanent clarification of our immigration laws so that people know where they stand,” because Obama’s executive amnesty is only temporary

Illinois & Oklahoma:

I thought these two states, made for an interesting contrast. The first part about Illinois and the second part is about Oklahoma!
PART 1 — Illinois
“A State with No Republicans”!

Some interesting data on the 'state' of, the State of Illinois... There are more people on welfare in Illinois than there are people working. Chicago pays the highest wages to teachers than anywhere else in the U.S. Their average pay is $110,000/year. Their pensions average 80-90% of their income. Wow, are Illinois and Chicago great or what? Be sure to read till the end. I've never heard it explained better. Perhaps the U.S. should pull out of Chicago?

Body count:
In the last six months, 292 killed (murdered) in Chicago.
221 killed in Iraq; AND Chicago has one of the strictest gun laws in the entire US.

Here's the Chicago chain of command:

President: Barack Hussein 0bama •
Senator: Dick Durbin •
House Representative: Jesse Jackson Jr. •
Governor: Pat Quinn •
House leader: Mike Madigan •
Atty. Gen.: Lisa Madigan (daughter of Mike) •
Mayor: Rahm Emanuel •
The leadership in Illinois - all Democrats. •

Thank you for the combat zone in Chicago. •
Of course, they're all blaming each other. •
Can't blame Republicans; there aren't any! •

Let us get ALL the facts out while we are at it:.. Continue reading below

Surprise! Obama's 'idea factory' backs Israeli strike on Iran  Attack could 'allow the United States to avoid difficult decisions'
TEL AVIV – In a surprising policy paper, the Center for American Progress, or CAP, the so-called idea factory of the White House, expressed support under certain circumstances for an Israeli strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities if international negotiations eventually fail.
The think tank is known for its singular influence over the Obama administration, with many of its recommendations being utilized by the White House.
   CAP’s visiting fellow, Shlomo Brom, authored a Nov. 17 CAP paper with a list of recommendation seven days before the now-passed Nov. 24 deadline for the conclusion of a deal between the P5+1 and Iran on Tehran’s nuclear program.
The deadline passed Monday, with the world powers agreeing to extend nuclear talks for seven months after comprehensive talks failed to produce a deal.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

This is a piece published June 26th, but seems more fitting in todays world

Philadelphia Mayor: Young Black Men Are Not Responsible For Their Actions
By , June 26, 2014.

I think it’s safe to assume that the Honorable Mr. Nutter is not a member of the GOP based on his premise that a racist society is keeping black men down and the only fixes are more spending by the government. Let’s take a look at some of these myths and see if we can provide some real solutions instead of race-shaming and government expansion:
Myth: America has progressed enough as a nation that black men and boys have an equal opportunity to be successful.
We have a black President and many other elected officials, doctors, lawyers and industry leaders. Success is a possibility for any person willing to work hard to achieve it. That’s the underlying belief that fuels this myth. But, it neglects the realities young black men and boys face every day in America: higher rates of poverty, arrests and incarceration, large health disparities and lower educational attainment rates.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Two New York Times Reporters Posted Darren Wilson’s Home Address. Look Here To See THEIR Home Addresses.

Since the Grand Jury verdict in Ferguson, there have been riots, looting, assaults, guns fired and cars and businesses burned to the ground. Meanwhile, all the...
   Since the Grand Jury verdict in Ferguson, there have been riots, looting, assaults, guns fired and cars and businesses burned to the ground. Meanwhile, all the criminals and thugs doing this are baying for policeman Darren Wilson’s blood because they don’t like the fact he had his day in court and evidence wasn’t strong enough to bring the case to trial. So, in this violent environment, when the life of Darren Wilson and his new wife are in danger, the New York Times is attempting to impose the death penalty on him via newspaper by publishing his home address.
    It was a disgusting, despicable, immoral act and the two reporters responsible, Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson, deserve to lose their careers over what they did. Of course, this is the New York Times, so they’re unlikely to pay any sort of penalty. Still, I thought they deserved to pay a price.

Well, it turns out researcher extraordinaire Charles Johnson felt the same way. He acquired the home addresses of both reporters and posted them at Gotnews.

New York Times reporters Julie Bosman and Campbell Robertson published the address of Darren Wilson in the New York Times so here are their addresses.
…It would be wrong, for example, to publish Bosman’s address at
Julie Bosman
CHICAGO, IL 60660-4204

It would be similarly wrong to publish the address of Robertson, too
Campbell  Robertson
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119-3203

So why do journalists think they are beyond examination?How does it advance the story to know where Darren Wilson and his newly wed live?
    If these New York Times reporters are willing to put Darren Wilson’s address out there when it will unquestionably endanger his life, then they should have no complaints about the whole world knowing where they live. Like they say, what’s good for the goose, is good for the dirtbag New York Times reporters.

BRILLIANT! I-594 Requires Background Checks For Nail Guns, Flare Guns  Posted by on November 25, 2014 When bad bills (or idiotic initiatives) become law, everyone suffers.

Will Home Depot, Walmart, Lowe’s, Cabela’s and countless other sporting goods and hardware stores, as well as construction companies in Washington and even the state Department of Transportation, comply with Initiative 594 when it becomes law, and will this state’s prosecuting attorneys prosecute those who don’t?
The definition of firearm contained in state law and in I-594 reads, “… A weapon or device from which a projectile or projectiles may be fired by an explosive such as gunpowder.”
Notice the key words “or device” in the definition.
Walmart and many sporting goods stores sell 12-gauge flare guns used for signaling straight off the shelves.
These flare guns have previously been determined to be firearms by the WSP Crime Lab in Tacoma because they fire a projectile by an explosive.
I-594 requires background checks for these sales, loans and transfers.
Home Depot, Lowe’s and other hardware stores sell Ramset nail guns, which use a gunpowder charge to fire nails, usually into concrete or steel.
These nail guns have actually been used in the past to murder people. I-594 requires background checks on these sales, loans and transfers.
When the Washington DOT sends out their artillery gun with a road crew for avalanche control, there is no exception in I-594 for that temporary transfer.
I-594 requires a background check for it.
I-594 also requires that the gun be delivered to the federal firearms license for the transfer, so which FFL will the Department of Transportation tow their artillery gun to for transfer to the road crew?
If a construction company has any of these powder actuated nail-driving devices on their shelves for their employees to take to job sites to use — I-594 requires a background check for that temporary transfer.
And if one employee at the job site gives that powder actuated nail gun to another employee to use — another background check is required.
At some point I-594 will find its way in front of a judge, and it will be interesting to see if the overly broad and poorly written language of the initiative is enough for the entire law to be invalidated.
As it now stands, it appears that very few residents of Washington State have an interest in complying with the new law, which will presumably be just fine, since the state’s law enforcement officers have very little interest in a law that they feel is both unconstitutional and unenforceable.

This Just In: Tesco is Sexist  Cortney O'Brien | Nov 26, 2014

Tesco, a grocery retailer based out of England, has just offended little girls everywhere, according to a slighted mother and her 7-year-old daughter. It's offense? Claiming superhero action figures were "toys for boys."

View image on TwitterKaren Cole brought her daughter to Tesco for a routine grocery trip, when her daughter Maggie noticed a sign that said Marvel superheroes were "Fun gifts for boys." Here was Maggie's best Mckayla Maroney-Grumpy Cat-like reaction: 

Businesses to receive incentive for hiring illegal immigrants, report says  Published November 26, 2014

Nov. 25, 2014: President Obama addresses the crowd on issues surrounding the protests in Ferguson, Mo., after meeting with community leaders about the executive actions he is taking to fix the immigration system (AP)
Businesses will have a $3,000-per-employee incentive to hire illegal immigrants over native-born workers under President Obama’s sweeping action on illegal immigration.
Because of a kink in ObamaCare, businesses will not face a penalty for not providing illegal immigrants health care, The Washington Times reports. Illegal immigrants are ineligible for public benefits such as buying insurance on ObamaCare’s health exchanges.
Congressional aides condemned the loophole saying it puts illegal immigrants ahead of Americans in the job hunt.
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The FBI delivering a warrent ???

2 FBI agents shot, injured in St. Louis area     An FBI spokeswoman says two special agents have been shot in St. Louis County and that the incident isn't directly related to the Ferguson protests. Rebecca Wu, a spokeswoman with the FBI St. Louis Division, says the agents were assisting the University City Police Department execute an arrest warrant at 2:53 a.m. Wednesday. One agent was shot in the shoulder and the other agent was shot in the leg. Wu says neither injury is life-threatening The flashing lights of police cars, fire trucks and ambulances could be seen near the scene of the shooting, which took place about 5 miles south of Ferguson.

Media to blame for violence in Ferguson?

   It was a split-screen spectacle, the president of the United States appealing for calm while Ferguson was starting to erupt in flames.
   As Obama was saying “there is inevitably going to be some negative reaction, and it will make for good TV,” the images of tear gas and looting were competing for attention.
   I don’t know that anything the president said at that point could have deterred the protestors and agitators after no indictment was returned, and here’s why: They were reacting to a media narrative that hardened into cement soon after the tragedy. And we now know that narrative was filled with misinformation.
   We now know that some eyewitnesses changed their stories, or admitted they never actually saw the shooting.
   But their accounts echoed across the media landscape, that Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown in the back, that Brown had his hands up, that he was trying to surrender.
As St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCullough said in scolding the Fourth Estate:

Thanks, but no thanks: Top picks for Defense Secretary decline post  AP/Reuters

REPLACING DEFENSE SECRETARY  Chuck Hagel, far left, is becoming a bigge r challenge for President Obama, as some of the top potential prospects — such as Michele Flournoy and Sen. Jack Reed — have said they’re not interested in the job. Within minutes of reports Monday that Secretary Chuck Hagel would resign, the names of Michele Flournoy and Rhode Island Sen. Jack Reed emerged as top prospects.   But each made clear by the end of the day that they didn’t want the coveted but high-wire, Cabinet-level post.The new secretary would indeed step into a difficult and complicated world, with the emergence of the deadly and unpredictable militant group Islamic State, amid Defense Department cuts.“There’s no question a lot is going on around the world and at the Pentagon,” department spokesman Adm. John Kirby told Fox News on Tuesday.In addition, there have already been three defense secretaries in Obama’s first six years. And with his administration ending in 2016, the incoming secretary isn’t assured much job security                                           READ MORE

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Not all think like the animals in Ferguson

Black attorney: Ferguson riots 'set us back'
Posted By Greg Corombos On 11/25/2014
Ferguson riots after grand jury decides not to indict Officer Wilson
Americans frustrated with the the relationship between law enforcement and black communities have legitimate concerns, but a prominent conservative black attorney says the violent reaction to the grand-jury decision in Missouri Monday set back efforts to improve the justice system, and President Obama’s comments and track record only make matters worse.
On Monday, St. Louis County, Missouri, District Attorney Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury considering five separate charges against Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson determined the evidence did not warrant any indictments against Wilson in the August shooting death of Michael Brown. While city, state and national leaders pleaded for calm regardless of the decision, protests quickly turned violent and dozens of Ferguson businesses were looted or burned. At least 21 people were injured and 61 arrested in Ferguson.
Attorney Shelby Emmett is a member of the national advisory council for the Project 21 Black Leadership Network. She said there is deep-seeded mistrust of law enforcement in many heavily black communities, but she argued that nothing on Monday night helped to address them.
“I think it’s utterly shameful,” said Emmett, who added that she has had her own painful experiences with law enforcement that help her identify with some of the exasperation in Ferguson.
Nonetheless, she said there’s a right way and a wrong way to express that frustration, and far too many Ferguson protesters chose the wrong way.
Emmett agrees that these are sensitive issues that need to be addressed and resolved to advance as a nation, but she blasted Obama’s “horrible timing” with protesters already on edge.  She further slammed Obama for squandering a unique opportunity to make progress on racial issues.

“President Obama had a real chance to have a dialogue with everybody, just kind of put it out there, hold blacks accountable for us, hold everybody accountable for their own actions and have a real discussion,” Emmett said. “Instead he does the opposite. He waits for either a specific racial issue to happen, or he allows it to become more of a racial issue than it should have been.”
She believes the nation is far more divided on demographic lines after six years of Obama as president, and she said he deserves a good part of the blame.
“The president is more so using people, using groups, be it illegal aliens, women, African-Americans. I think he uses these groups to push an agenda or distract. I don’t think any of this is genuine on his part and actually wanting to address these issues that actually real, substantive and genuine.”

Ted Nugent 2016
Here's the lessons from Ferguson America- Don't let your kids growup to be thugs who think they can steal, assault & attack cops as a way of life , badge of (dis)honor. Don't preach your racist bullshit "no justice no peace" as blabbered by Obama's racist Czar Al Not So Sharpton , their black klansmen. When a cop tells you to get out of the middle of the street, obey him , don't attack him as brainwashed by the gangsta assholes you hang with , look up to. It's that simple unless you have no brains, no soul, no sense of decency whatsoever. And dont claim that "black lives matter" when you ignore the millions you abort , slaughter each & every day by other blacks. Those of us with a soul do indeed believe black lives matter, as all lives matter. So quit killin each other you fuckin idiots.      Ted Nugent
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How bout we haul his sorry ass in font of the Grand Jury over "fast and furious"

Holder: Despite Grand Jury Decision Not Indict, DOJ Investigation Into Ferguson Case Still Ongoing                         Katie Pavlich | Nov 25, 2014   
Attorney General Eric Holder released a statement late last night about the Grand Jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson on charges for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Holder reminded the public that despite the Grand Jury decision, a separate Department of Justice investigation is ongoing.        

"The Department will continue to work with law enforcement, civil rights, faith and community leaders across the country"    al Sharpton ?
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I don't know how anyone in the country could not know or have seen what occurred in Ferguson last night, but for those with their heads in the sand, here's a small sample in video........and a story on the reactions in phila. pa.

An excerpt from obamas speech last nite

Obama's own words just a few minutes ago “First and foremost, we are a nation of laws.” ...............................
 Well, except Illegals  and people in Ferguson that break the law.
When is the last time you heard an obama speech about a WHITE kid killed by a BLACK person ?