Saturday, May 14, 2016

National Park Service Deputy Director Claims Black People aren't visiting national parks  Because of Slavery

“African American people feel safe in cities and less safe in nature,” says Fearn, who is black. “Preserving wild places is a white concept, going back to Rome.”

Parks are big spaces full of trees, ... Contending that black people aren't visiting national parks because of slavery
Some things just make you want to throw up your hands and move to a small shack in the woods far from civilization. Unfortunately that's racist.

Mickey Fearn was named the National Park Service Deputy Director for Communications and Community Assistance because the Park Service decided that it needed to reach out to minorities who weren't visiting national parks often enough. Or as the NPS tactfully put it, the "revised title for the deputy position emphasizes a new focus on specific outreach and communications to groups currently underrepresented in parks."
How a group can be underrepresented in parks is unclear. Parks are big spaces full of trees, waterfalls and bears. Bears might be underrepresented in parks because they live there. People can be underrepresented in the park service, but not in parks.
Fearn, appointed to get black people to visit national parks, had the background you would expect from a race card user, a bunch of community groups and eventually  manager of the City of Seattle’s Race and Social Justice Initiative. With that resume, Fearn began talking the usual "our stories" narrative in which the lack of black visitors to national parks emphasizes some deep national flaw of racism.

Here is one unexpected reason: The wilderness evokes some grisly images from American history — black slaves being hanged and lynched by their masters.




Friday, May 13, 2016

Thor Johnsen's photo.


Watch the clip! It's a quick look at post-apocalypse America. When the power is out, the banking system destroyed, martial law is pronounced and the S has very definitely HTF. Would you fold or fight?
Chuck Norris' filmmaker son, Mike, has made a great looking movie called Amerigeddon and it opens tonight, Friday 13th May. As you'd expect, of "the movie the establishment doesn't want you to see" it will be a few select theaters. 
Let's do our bit and try and find one. Click through to see if it's showing near you. 

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Larry Craig: A Case for Donald Trump, Part 1 Larry A. Craig, author "The Importance of Healing"

In contrast to our caution about Donald Trump, CHQ reader, author and minister Larry A. Craig offers a compelling conservative argument in favor of voting for Trump. (Click the link to order Mr. Craig’s book The Importance of Healing) 
Craig says, “I feel compelled to vote for Donald Trump.  Everybody had his list of important issues by which he judges a candidate.  For me there are five issues that are the iceberg sinking the ship.  And if the ship sinks, nothing else is going to matter.  In each case, Donald Trump is either the only one who understands the problem, has the right solution to fix the problem, or is the only one I believe will actually do what is needed to Donald Trumpfix the problem.” 
Mr. Craig summarizes the argument in favor of Donald Trump this way: 
The first issue is jobs.  I believe the loss of jobs is probably the biggest reason for our country’s staggering debt.  It combines the loss of tax revenue with an increase in government spending for assistance programs.  

Hillary Says She’s Running For President To Expose The Space Aliens

When it comes to Benghazi, emails, law firm billing records, White House Travel Office hiring and cattle futures, Hillary Clinton is firmly opposed to transparency.
But when it comes to little green space aliens, Clinton says they may be real — and vows to investigate.
Yes, Hillary Clinton says space aliens may be real and she is running for president to uncover the truth.

The New York Times reports:…it is her unusual knowledge about extraterrestrials that has struck a small but committed cohort of voters.
   Mrs. Clinton has vowed that, barring any threats to national security, she would open up government files on the subject, a shift from President Obama, who typically dismisses the topic as a joke. Her position has elated UFO enthusiasts, who have declared Mrs. Clinton the first “E.T.” candidate.
   “Hillary has embraced this issue with an absolutely unprecedented level of interest in American politics,” said Joseph G. Buchman, who has spent decades calling for government transparency about extraterrestrials.
   Mrs. Clinton, a cautious candidate who often bemoans being the subject of Republican conspiracy theories, has shown surprising ease plunging into the discussion of the possibility of extraterrestrial beings.
   She has said in recent interviews that as president she would release information about Area 51, the remote Air Force base in Nevada believed by some to be a secret hub where the government stores classified information about aliens and UFOs.
   When asked if she believed in UFOs, Mrs. Clinton said, “I don’t know. I want to see what the information shows.” But she added, “There’s enough stories out there that I don’t think everybody is just sitting in their kitchen making them up.”
   When asked about extraterrestrials in an interview with The Conway Daily Sun in New Hampshire last year, Mrs. Clinton promised to “get to the bottom of it.”
   “I think we may have been” visited already, she said in the interview. “We don’t know for sure.”

This isn’t the first time Hillary has gotten weird.  As First Lady she held “séances” in which she had “conversations” with the ghosts of Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Ghandi.
In 1995, she also held a private meeting with UFO conspiracy theorist Laurance S. Rockefeller, who has publicly accused the U.S. government of hiding space aliens in Roswell, New Mexico.  She’s also been photographed reading books on space aliens.
She continues to receive briefings on space aliens from her campaign chairman, John Podesta, who has also accused the government of covering up the existence of aliens.
Does this mean Hillary Clinton is the first presidential candidate to think “The X-Files” is a documentary?

Thursday, May 12, 2016

He just goes on and on to prove what a NO GOOD NI**ER PIECE OF SHIT he really is.......

obama Administration to Issue Decree on Transgender Access to School Restrooms

Signs outside a restroom at Santee High School in Los Angeles.© Mark Ralston/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Signs outside a restroom at Santee High School in Los Angeles. 

WASHINGTON — In the middle of a legal fight with North Carolina over transgender rights, the Obama administration is planning to issue a sweeping decree telling every public school district in the country to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms that match their gender identity.
The letter to school districts that will go out Friday describing what they should do to ensure that none of their students are discriminated against, signed by officials of the Justice Department and Department of Education, does not have the force of law. But it contains an implicit threat: Schools that do not abide by the Obama administration’s interpretation of the law could face lawsuits or a loss of federal aid.
The move is certain to draw fresh criticism, particularly from Republicans, that the federal government is wading into local matters and imposing its own values on communities across the country that may not agree. It represents the latest example of the Obama administration using a combination of policies, lawsuits and public statements to change the civil rights landscape for gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender people.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016


Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Hilliary Clintons Bad Judgment


Surreal: Black Reporter Interviews KKK Leader, Says Trump Is The Best Candidate For President   Matt Vespa   May 09, 2016

Surreal: Black Reporter Interviews KKK Leader, Says Trump Is The Best Candidate For President
Donald Trump has grappled with overt support from white supremacist groups during this election cycle. The billionaire candidate flubbed his denunciation of former Grand Wizard with the Ku Klux Klan David Duke. Now, we have Chris Thomas, a black reporter with the Richmond-based NBC12 news station, interviewing the Imperial Wizard of the Rebel Brigade Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, where he says that the Klan is no longer a violent organization—and that Donald Trump is the best man for the presidency. At the time, he also said that if Trump were to drop out, he would back Ohio Gov. John Kasich over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. The reason: Cruz isn’t an American citizen

Mysteriously MIA: State Department Can't Find Emails From Hillary's IT Guy     Cortney O'Brien


Stand with N.C. batroom law

America in TRANSition: How LGBT Activism Turns Freedom   Into Fascism   Ryan Bomberger  May 10, 2016  

America in TRANSition: How LGBT Activism Turns Freedom Into Fascism
Freedom doesn’t need reassignment surgery. But the scalpel is out. The anesthesia has been administered.

Tragically, most are asleep.

Overnight, we are witnessing the most radical (and destructive) transformation in America’s legal and cultural landscape than we’ve ever seen before. President Obama has long declared his intentions of “fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” No one realized he meant the change would be of a sexual nature.

We’ve gone from “no one should have a say what goes on in the privacy of someone’s bedroom” to forced conformation through the loss of your job or business, the imposing of steep fines or even the threat of prison. Bow to the rainbow god of LGBTQXYZ activism or you will be assimilated. I thought the Borg were some Star Trek fiction. But it’s the Obama administration and its fascist efforts to silence opposition and demand allegiance to the flag of the united states of LGBT fascism.
The recently fired baseball hall-of-famer, Curt Schilling, should have known better than to think free speech applied to him, personally. He dared to post a meme about transgenderism (not my style at all, but the First Amendment is more important than my own personal messaging preference). Silly conservative. It only applies to the Left as they parade their absolute intolerance through mainstream media, Hollywood, academia, public education, courts of law and now—aggressively—through the Department of (In)Justice.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch invoked Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX (as added in the 1972 Educational Amendments to the civil rights bill) in a press conference on C-SPAN attacking North Carolina’s recent House Bill 2, or HB2. She declared that these federal statutes were meant to cover “gender identity” issues because they bar discrimination based on “sex” (although the laws never mention this newly conjured up “gender identity”). Well, if that’s the case, then scholarship-stealing former NAACP chapter President Rachel Dolezal is covered by “race identity” too. Why can’t a white person, who thinks they’re black, apply for any black minority-based scholarship? Who are we to prevent their delusion…I mean, equality?

Donald Trump News

Trump to Ed Klein: Being 'Rebel' Won't Work, Make Nice with GOP Establishment
Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump says he will seek to get along with House Speaker Paul Ryan and other party leaders for the general election, Ed Klein writes in a blog post published Tuesday.
"I first thought I might be better off without Ryan and the support of the party," Klein quotes Trump. "I've done great as a rebel up to now with fantastic crowds everywhere, and for a time I was going to play the meeting in Washington as a rebel."
But Trump told Klein that while being a rebel in the primary season is fine, the general election is different.
"So I've decided that getting along is better," he said. "I think it will play well in Washington."
Ryan said last week he could not yet support Trump, but indicated a willingness to do so. Trump initially said he could win without the support of Ryan or anyone else in the party.

NOT KIDDING: ARIZONA NEWSPAPER Concerned Border Fence Too High For Illegals To Cross Safely  May 9, 2016

When the fence keeps them from making it to the polls, the Democrats start complaining…


A mainstream Arizona newspaper is decrying the small section of the Arizona-Mexico border that has a 14-foot-high primary fence because it is too high for illegal immigrants to safely cross. The article, “Border Fence Jumpers Breaking Bones,” includes the claim that sections of the border with a 14-foot-high fence are “as tall as a two or three-story house” and tells the stories of several women who broke bones and were treated extensively to healthcare and surgeries at the expense of U.S. taxpayers. The writer never mentions any lives directly lost as a result of there not being a border fence in most sections, such as when Mexican nationals crossed into the U.S. and murdered father and husband Robert Rosas, a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
The article in question was written by Perla Trevizo for the Arizona Daily Star. In the excerpt below, note the section’s subtitle and the casual mention that the foreign woman had been deported multiple times prior:


Paul Ryan's Comments about Trump are Puzzling Conservatives.

Donald Trump has staked his presidential campaign on his opposition to the amnesty policies, global trade deals and foreign wars supported by the Republican establishment.
Typically after a primary campaign, the competing factions usually come together in a show of unity in the general election.

However, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan left conservatives questioning his motives with an interview he gave to CNN.

Just two days after Trump’s smashing victory in Indiana, which ended the GOP race and left RNC Chairman Reince Priebus to tweet that Trump was the presumptive nominee, Ryan announced he could not yet endorse his party’s nominee for president.
Politico reports:
“Well, to be perfectly candid with you, I’m just not ready to do that at this point,” Ryan told CNN’s Jake Tapper about extending his support to Trump. “I’m not there right now. And I hope to, though, and I want to.”


This article was posted by my "Pastor" from many years ago.......

Women's Sanitary Bins & Bathroom Theology   By Dr. Peter Jone

What has been for millennia a self-evident truth has become within a year or so unthinkable prejudice. The principled experts of the twentieth century, Ringo Starr and Bruce Springsteen, have quickly jumped into the moral crusade of ethical outrage, amazed that the state of North Carolina would refuse to allow grown men to use the ladies' restrooms

An employee of a Catholic university (Loyola Marymount) committed cultural blasphemy by
stating that there are only two genders (a view entirely compatible with Catholicism). The university, however, has suspended her and is currently investigating her for a "hate crime."

Tiffany Sharp's photo.

Monday, May 9, 2016

This is what is going to "lead" the Armed Forces in th U.S. ? ? ?

West Point investigating black female cadets' raised-fists photo  Associated Press

The U.S. Military Academy has launched an inquiry into a photo showing 16 black, female cadets in uniform with their fists raised, an image that has spurred questions about whether the gesture violates military restrictions on political activity.
West Point is looking into whether the photo broke any rules, Spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Kasker said Saturday. It's unclear how long the inquiry will take and too soon to say what consequences it could have for the cadets, who are poised to graduate May 21.
By campus tradition, groups of cadets often take pictures in traditional dress uniforms to echo historical portraits of their cadets. Indeed, a different picture of the same women, without the raised fists, was tweeted out by the chairwoman of the academy's Board of Visitors, 1980 graduate Brenda Sue Fulton.
But the fists-up image, which circulated online, led some observers to question whether the women were expressing support for the Black Lives Matter movement, which grew out of protests over police killings of unarmed black men.


Hillary Clinton: A Career Criminal

Trump on Palin's Anti-Ryan Stance: She's 'Very Much a Free Agent'
Donald Trump Monday said that he had "nothing to do" with former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's weekend declaration that she is backing House Speaker Paul Ryan's opponent in his next primary election bid, commenting that he knew nothing about it before Sunday.
"Sarah Palin endorsed me," Trump told CNN "New Day" host Chris Cuomo, answering a question over whether he wants Palin "trying to turn people against Paul Ryan" and if that is how he's "supposed to unify the party."
"She's a terrific person," Trump continued. "Let me finish what I wanted to say. Okay? I had nothing to do with that. Sarah's very much a free agent. She's a terrific person but very much a free agent and I didn't know about this until yesterday."


Dystopia: Venezuelans Are Now Killing Cats, Dogs, and Birds For Food Because Socialism Can't Provide
Matt Vespa
You would think that a government that can't really afford to print its own currency because it's so broke would be the cherry on top of this socialist nightmare. Nope—the hunger games appear to have begun, as Venezuelans are now hunting stray dogs, cats, and pigeons for sustenance.

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Ann Coulter mocks GOP’s Trump angst: “I wasn’t as much of a little b*tch as George Will is being”


Pundit Ann Coulter guested on Bill Maher’s “Real Time” Friday night to fill the token far-right seat on the panel.
Asked how the Republican party can win a general election with divisive presumptive nominee Donald Trump, Coulter simply argued that her party is not divided.
“Trump has gotten more votes than anyone else running in the Republican primary,” she said. “You are talking about a few sore losers.”
“Now they know how I felt when McCain was running,” she continued. “By the way, I wasn’t as much of a little bitch as George Will is being.”
Watch the full video below:
Ted Cruz blames Fox News for campaign woes

 May  2016
FBN’s Neil Cavuto weighs in on Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) claims that executives at Fox News have undermined his campaign.

Trump: Do You Know Who Started The Birther Movement? Hillary Clinton; "Brought It Up Years Before Me"

By Tim Hains   Posted on May 5, 2016

In a Wednesday interview with Wolf Blitzer's Situation Room, Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump responded to accusations that his pursuit of President Obama's birth certificate was motivated by race. “Do you know who started the birther movement? Do you know who started it? Do you know who questioned his birth certificate, one of the first? Hillary Clinton. She’s the one that started it. She brought it up years before it was brought up by me," Trump said.

Bob Dole Endorses Trump: Best Chance to Defeat Hillary
Bob Dole, the U.S. Republican presidential nominee in 1996, endorsed Donald Trump on Friday and said the real estate billionaire is the party's best chance to win back the White House in the Nov. 8 election, the Trump campaign said.
"We must unite as a party to defeat Hillary Clinton," a campaign statement quoted Dole as saying, referring to the Democratic presidential front-runner. "Donald Trump is our party's presumptive nominee and our best chance at taking back the White House this November."

Sunday, May 8, 2016

NOUN informala person who doubts the legitimacy of Barack Obama's presidency because of a conspiracy theory that Obama is not a natural-born US citizen.


KING: KING: If you support Donald Trump, then you are a bigot as well. Says Trump is a "birther"

KING: If you support Donald Trump at this ... accept that Donald Trump is a bigot.  ... New York Daily News front pages ...

The Republican Party has now become a front for white nationalism and Donald Trump is its leader.   
Donald Trump was one of the most vocal in the birther movement against President Obama. That's racist.
So.... if you don't think Obama is a U.S. citizen, that makes you RACIST ?? Most people I know and speak with at the least have suspicions that Obama was born in Kenya

What are they thinking ?....Who wants him to run "independant" the DEMOCRATES ???

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney who lost presidential bid TWICE.......LOSER !
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks on Monday, March 14, 2016, at the MAPS Air Museum in North Canton, Ohio. (AP Photo - Matt Rourke)

Mitt Romney being courted as an independent candidate a SURE WIN FOR KILLARY
The Washington Post on ·

William Kristol met privately with Romney, the Republican Party's 2012 nominee, to discuss the possibility of launching an independent bid.