Saturday, April 4, 2015

Gov’t program would fly in Central American children to join parents in USApril 04, 2015





Images of unaccompanied children flooding across the U.S.-Mexico border defined the immigration crisis last summer.Now, the federal government is intervening so these children won’t have to make that trek -– they’ll get to fly into the U.S. instead. For free A new State Department and Department of Homeland Security program seeks to stop the surge of immigrant children from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador at the southern border by giving their U.S.-based parents the option to apply to have their kids picked up and put on a plane, without paying a penny.The parents are eligible as long as they have some sort of legal status. As first reported in The Daily Caller, this would include permanent residents and even illegal immigrants given a work permit and deportation reprieve under President Obama’s recent executive actions, though much of that is on hold due to a pending court case. Of them, those with children under 21 and living in El Salvador, Guatemala or Honduras reportedly could apply.


Quick-Thinking City Employee Shoots Carjacker in Georgia  Apr 4, 2015, By EMILY SHAPIRO

A woman was cleaning out her car Friday at the Fast Trac Car Wash in Smyrna, about 16 miles north of Atlanta, when a carjacker jumped into her vehicle and started to back out, according to the Smryna Police Department.
The woman jumped on the hood of her own car to try to stop the suspect, police said. A city employee who was cleaning out his car next to the victim also tried to intervene.
The suspect, a juvenile, then started to drive away while the victim was still on the hood. As the carjacker turned onto the parkway, the city employee shot through the driver's side window, hitting the suspect in the shoulder, police said.    FULL STORY
America to Cave to Muslim Demands
511636_sThe United States is in a precarious position.
Led by their fearless leader, the deal the United States has been working out with Iran has gone from being a bad deal to an even worse deal.
Here’s what happened…
Obama has reneged on previous requirements that Iran will work with investigators and the U.S. as they expand their nuclear capabilities.
Essentially he has allowed Iran to continue with their weapons development plans without the need to give investigators access to what they’re up to.
The Free Beacon writes:
U.S. negotiators are said to have given up ground on demands that Iran be forced to disclose the full range of its nuclear activities at the outset of a nuclear deal, a concession experts say would gut the verification the Obama administration has vowed would stand as the crux of a deal with Iran.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Congress should review....if they are willing to do their job, and if obama allows them to be included

‘Chamberlain Got a Better Deal from Hitler’: Key Senators Sound Off on Next Iran Steps
Bridget Johnson  April 2, 2015 -

Full steam ahead with Corker-Menendez bill as Democrats agree congressional review is needed
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) said now that the Obama administration has reached a framework deal with Iran, it’s time for Congress to do its duty and take steps to weigh in.
Menendez’s statement didn’t go into details of the deal, though he’s previously spoken out about things that were included in it — from enrichment capability to the length of the deal to the folly of thinking that sanctions can be snapped back into place.
The senator said the plan announced by the administration “deserves rigorous review and analysis.”
“In the coming days, this preliminary understanding will receive close scrutiny, and for that reason, Congress must fulfill its oversight responsibilities. That begins with taking up on April 14 in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015,” he said, referencing the Corker-Menendez bill that gained Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) as a co-sponsor last week.
“If diplomats can negotiate for two-years on this issue, then certainly Congress is entitled to a review period of an agreement that will fundamentally alter our relationship with Iran and the sanctions imposed by Congress,” Menendez continued. “The best outcome remains a good deal that ends Iran’s illicit nuclear weapons program. That requires a strong, united, and bipartisan approach from the Administration and Congress.”

His co-sponsor on sanctions legislation, Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.), declared in a statement that “Neville Chamberlain got a better deal from Adolf Hitler.”

Winston Churchill: "You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose dishonor, and you will have war."Via National Review:
Western powers and Iran have announced that the framework for an eventual long-term deal on Iran’s nuclear program has been reached, defying expectations that they might just entirely blow past the end-of-March deadline.
A bit of good news: Iran does appear to have agreed to ship most of its enriched uranium (which is a couple, relatively short steps from being weapons material) out of the country, to Russia. Not great, but there had been rumors they would insist on keeping the material.
The bad news: pretty much everything else.

Good for him ! Even the well off blacks want to use the "race" card. Poor little boy from the GHETTO...

Deion Sanders reminds son he's rich after tweet about 'hood stuff'
SB Nation on · 43 minutes ago

The former NFL star scolded his college football player son, writing: 'You're a Huxtable with a million $ trust fund, stop the hood stuff!' on Twitter

I could be wrong, but I don't see anything about "gay rights" in the constitution, but freedom of religion is spelled out in the 1st amendment. I think this debate is all about the money, the revenue that will be brought in from the "final four" playoffs

The battle cry of 'religious freedom' and a law lose power in Indiana
 Religious conservatives who attended legislative hearings and held rallies, as well as some Republican political operatives, say what occurred in Indiana is a major setback to their cause. (AP Photo) · 13 minutes ago

INDIANAPOLIS — Catholic nuns and brothers in robes, along with conservative activists and lawmakers, all surrounded Gov. Mike Pence last week as he signed what was billed as a religious freedom law. Smiling and proud, some of them had cheered the bill as a way to protect religious business owners from having to provide cakes and flowers to gay weddings.
But on Thursday, as the state’s top Republican legislative leaders here announced they were changing the law to specify that it will not authorize discrimination because of sexual orientation or gender identity, a far different cast stood behind them, including a prominent gay businessman and corporate leaders from Eli Lilly, the Indiana Pacers, and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
And this time, the mood was tense: There were simple nods of support, no wide smiles.
The shift in Indiana has played out with remarkable speed, and under the shadow of a soon-to-arrive Final Four basketball tournament and the national attention that promises.


The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances. It was adopted on December 15, 1791, as one of the ten amendments that constitute the Bill of Rights.

Gov. Brownback: Permit-free, concealed carry guns can now be carried in Kansas

Examiner · 5 hours ago     Folks in Kansas are about to arm up. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Thursday signed a new law into the books – residents can soon tote around …READ MORE

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Iran Accuses U.S. Of Lying About New Nuke Agreement – Washington Free Beacon

Just Hours After Obama Boasts About Historic Nuke Agreement, Iran’s Lead Negotiator Calls Him A Liar


Just hours after the announcement of what the United States characterized as a historic agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, the country’s leading negotiator lashed out at the Obama administration for lying about the details of a tentative framework.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif accused the Obama administration of misleading the American people and Congress in a fact sheet it released following the culmination of negotiations with the Islamic Republic.
Zarif bragged in an earlier press conference with reporters that the United States had tentatively agreed to let it continue the enrichment of uranium, the key component in a nuclear bomb, as well as key nuclear research.


Anti-Muslim ads begin appearing on SEPTA buses

A controversial anti-Muslim advertisement began appearing Wednesday on dozens of SEPTA buses.

A rally responding to the ad's message was held Tuesday in Center City Philadelphia, in advance of the planned roll-out.

The "Dare to Understand" event brought together Mayor Michael Nutter, religious and community leaders.

The ad in question features a photo from the 1940s with Adolf Hitler talking to a Palestinian leader.

The text reads "Islamic Jew Hatred: It's in the Quran."

SEPTA lost a fight in federal court to ban the ads.

At Tuesday's rally, Muslim leader Imam Mikal Shabazz told supporters if the ad angers them, to channel the anger constructively and not resort to violence.

"This is the opposite of what our religion stands for, and therefore you should conduct yourself in a dignified and respectful manner," said Shabazz.

The American Freedom Defense Initiative purchased the advertisement, which cost about $30,000.

The ad will run for four weeks on 84 SEPTA buses.

Netanyahu: Iran Nuclear Deal 'Would Threaten The Survival Of Israel'

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister says he has voiced his "strong opposition" to the world's framework nuclear agreement with Iran to President Barack Obama.
In a phone conversation with the president, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said a final deal based on this agreement "would threaten the survival of Israel."
He said the deal would legitimize Iran's nuclear program and increase Iranian "aggression and terror."
Netanyahu urged the world to increase pressure on Iran until a better deal is achieved.

A “White Girls Rock!” event wouldn’t even last five minutes without Al Sharpton outside the venue, shutting it down.

Michelle Obama Sends Message To White Girls That They Don’t Matter    Posted on March 29, 2015 by Amanda Shea

Michelle Obama Sends WRONG Message At Obnoxiously Biased Event
The double standard runs deep in the White House and proof of that was with one particular event Saturday night, guest starring America’s First Lady. Michelle Obama not only supported the purpose of the evening, but she rallied behind it and pushed the racial bias way too far.
From the outset, the awards ceremony seemed to have a positive vibe, encouraging higher education for girls and empowering them to achieve their highest dreams. If it wasn’t for the ceremony’s title, “Black Girls Rock!” displayed across the stage and shouted ad nauseam throughout the night, this event would be commendable in honoring girls who have accomplished great things — but only as long as you’re black.
Michelle Obama Sends WRONG Message At Obnoxiously Biased Event
 This isn’t the first time this annual event has hit the stage and perpetuated racial divide. It’s the fifth year, and nobody seems to believe there is an issue with it, despite the fact it seems you have to be black to attend. A “White Girls Rock!” event wouldn’t even last five minutes without Al Sharpton outside the venue, shutting it down. “Everybody Rocks!” would seem to be a better message endorsed by the First Family

Republicans warn Obama climate plan could be undone
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) talks to the media after a weekly Senate caucus luncheon on Capitol Hill in Washington © REUTERS/Yuri Gripas U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) talks to the media after a weekly Senate caucus luncheon on Capitol Hill in Washington
     The Obama administration's plan for U.N. climate change talks encountered swift opposition after its release Tuesday, with Republican leaders warning other countries to "proceed with caution" in negotiations with Washington because any deal could be later undone.
The White House is seeking to enshrine its pledge in a global climate agreement to be negotiated Nov. 30 to Dec. 11 in Paris. It calls for cutting greenhouse gas emissions by close to 28 percent from 2005 levels within a decade, using a host of existing laws and executive actions targeting power plants, vehicles, oil and gas production and buildings.

Even though they should, why would they be ? Our Bill of rights, Our Constitution don't seem to be relevent [only when they benefit the government], so...why would the 10 commandments matter ?????

Are the Ten Commandments relevant?..... Every day I read where someone is trying to limit or remove Christianity, all references and images removed or covered.  It's OK to quote the Koran but not the bible. You can block the streets with "prayer rugs" but can't say a Christian prayer at a public meeting. Are the commandments revelant ? YES..... Will they be obeyed ? NO.....  The question should be......Are our religious FREEDOMS revelant ?
Apr. 01, 2015 -  - Deseret News editor Paul Edwards on their role in today's society
Michele Bachmann compares President Obama to the co-pilot of doomed Germanwings flight
Michele Bachmann  CNN · 1 hour ago
Michele Bachmann is comparing President Obama to the co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight.
"With his Iran deal, Barack Obama is for the 300 million souls of the United States what Andreas Lubitz was for the 150 souls on the German Wings flight - a deranged pilot flying his entire nation into the rocks," the Minnesota Republican and former representative wrote in a Facebook comment posted March 31. "After the fact, among the smoldering remains of American cities, the shocked survivors will ask, why did he do it?"

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

SURPRISE, SURPRISE, SURPRISE This is the U S justice ? dept. you're talking about

Justice Department will not pursue contempt charges against Lois Lerner


    THE US JUSTICE DEPARTMENT has decided not to seek contempt charges against Lois Lerner, the former IRS official at the center of the agency's targeting scandal, for failing to testify at Congressional committee hearings.                

Black lives matter......except to blacks......2nd chance for life just thrown away

Teen Heart Transplant Recipient Dies in Fatal Police Car Chase  Apr 1, 2015, By

A Georgia teen who received a heart transplant less than two years ago has died in a car accident while fleeing police, according to officials.

Anthony Stokes, 17, was driving a car that matched the description of a car used to flee a home burglary, in which a masked person allegedly shot a gun at an 81-year-old woman who was home watching television, Roswell Police spokeswoman Officer Lisa Holland told ABC News.



Duke University Investigates Noose Found Hanging on Campus  DURHAM, N.C. — Apr 1, 2015  By EMERY P. DALESIO and MARTHA WAGGONER Associated Press

Duke University officials are trying to determine who hung a rope noose from a tree, what the president of the elite Southern school described Wednesday as a vicious symbol in a region where lynchings were once used to terrorize black residents.
President Richard Brodhead told a crowd of several thousand gathered in front of the university's Gothic chapel building that their presence was a rejection of that symbol. And he said that while administrators and campus police investigate who displayed the noose and why, it is up to each individual to reject racism.
"One person put up that noose, but this is the multitude of people who got together to say that's not the Duke we want," he told the crowd. "That's not the Duke we're here for, and that's not the Duke we're here to create."
Officials say the noose was found about 2 a.m. in the plaza outside the Bryan Center, the student commons building

Ebony Magazine Editor: Ted Cruz Likes Country Music Because He Wants to Kill Some Muslims  By on April 1, 2015

The Gateway Pundit reports: Senior Editor Jamilah Lemieux remarked today on MSNBC that Ted Cruz likes country music because “nothing says ‘let’s go kill some Muslims’ like country music.” Lemieux was a guest Wednesday on “NOW with Alex Wagner” on MSNBC.
Nothing says, “Let’s go kill some Muslims, like Country Music.” Fresh from Lynchburg, Virginia.
Lynchburg, Virginia is the home of Liberty University, the Christian school where Ted Cruz made his announcement.
   So this editor was not only offending whites and country music fans, but Christians, as well.    Of course, hack journalist Joan Walsh giggled like a school girl at the offensive remarks.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Russian strategist suggests nuking Yellowstone   Rest of world would see catastrophe, but 'U.S. will cease to exist'   Published: 3 hours ago 

The best way for Russia to solve its problem with America would be to trigger a nuclear weapon at Yellowstone National Park and hope that would set off a supervolcano, destroying the continent, according to the chief of a Russian think tank.
The suggestion is attributed to Konstantin Sivkov, who wrote in an article at the Russian language VPK News that, “As a result, the U.S. will cease to exist.”
While the rest of the world, he noted, would suffer a “catastrophe,” Russia likely would suffer little “due to the distance from the eruption site, the size of the territory and the location.”
While the stress of such a disaster would affect all of civilization, he wrote, such a weapon “has the possibility” of stopping “all thought of aggression against Russia.”
In the alternative, he wrote, a nuke on the San Andreas fault might set of earthquakes that also could decimate large parts of America. His hope would be that it would create a tsunami a mile deep that would wash across the U.S. up to 1,500 kilometers inland.
Sivkov, described as a geopolitical analyst, also accused the “West” of moving “to the borders of Russia” already.
» Read the article                             
Airline Admits It Knew About Co-Pilot's 'Severe Depression'
PHOTO: In this Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009 photo, Andreas Lubitz competes at the Airportrun in Hamburg, northern Germany. Mar 31, 2015, 3:10 PM ET   By
Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz Had Suicidal Tendencies, Was Treated For Mental Illness, Prosecutor Says
Lufthansa issued a statement this afternoon confirming that the co-pilot of the crashed Germanwings plane had informed them of his medical history during his training.
The airline said they handed those files over to investigators.
In the statement, Lufthansa confirmed that Andreas Lubitz had taken a break "for several months" during his training and when he returned in 2009, he submitted forms "about a 'previous episode of severe depression.'"

Isn't this a sort of "catch 22" ? The gays have been GIVEN the right to wed and should be able to have a cake made, BUT The baker has religious convictions against gay marriage and the Constitution guarantees his religious freedom. I think the constitution wins Don't you ?

Pence vows to 'fix' religious freedom law, ensure 'no license to discriminate'
                                     Gov. Pence responds to critics of religious freedom law
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, whose state is under fire over the passage of a religious freedom law that critics say could allow businesses to discriminate based on sexual orientation, said Tuesday that he and legislative leaders plan to clarify the policy in the coming days. 
"I abhor discrimination," the Republican governor told Fox News. 
Pence said he stands by the law and there was never any intent to create a "license to discriminate." But, acknowledging the furor over the policy, he said: "We'll clarify that in the days ahead, and we'll fix this and move forward."  
Pence later held a press conference in Indianapolis calling for legislation on his desk "before the end of this week" that would make clear the law does not allow businesses "to deny services to anyone." 
"We've got a perception problem here ... and we intend to correct that," Pence said at the news conference. 

Arkansas passes 'religious freedom' bill similar to new Indiana law, sparking more protests   Published March 31, 2015


Demonstrators inside the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark. (AP)
Arkansas lawmakers on Tuesday approved a religious-freedom bill similar to the one recently passed in Indiana that critics say creates the potential for businesses and others to legally discriminate against people because of their sexual orientation.
The state’s Republican-led House gave final approval to the bill, which prohibits the state and local governments from infringing on a person's religious beliefs without a "compelling" interest.
     The measure now goes to Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who has said he will sign it into law.

Think tank tallies 64 terror plots targeting American homeland since 9/11
Hasan Edmonds, (inset, I.), planned to join ISIS, while his cousin, Jonas Edmonds, plotted to kill 150 at the Joliet Armory, where Hasan’s National Guard unit was based. (Clarion Project, Reuters)
The frightening plot to kill 150 National Guard members that unraveled last week when FBI agents nabbed two Chicago-area cousins was the 64th case since 9/11 of Islamist terrorists plotting to strike on American soil, according to a new report that warns the radicalizing influence of ISIS must be dealt with in the U.S. and abroad.
Illinois National Guardsman Hasan Edmonds, 22, was nabbed last Wednesday at Chicago's Midway Airport, where he was trying to board a plane enroute to the Middle East to join ISIS, according to authorities. Jonas Edmonds, 29, intended to don his cousin's uniform and mount a one-man attack on the Joliet Armory, where Hasan’s National Guard unit was based, authorities said.

Like most of the post-9/11 terror attacks planned against Americans in their homeland, the plot was thwarted. But analysts, including experts at the Heritage Foundation, which tracks each case, saythe number of attempts will continue to climb, and more plots are likely to succeed without aggressive counter-measures.
“So long as terror groups are able to conduct notable attacks and control territory, they will continue to inspire additional radicals around the world.”- David Inserra, Heritage Foundation

Monday, March 30, 2015

  • GATE CRASHERS2 shot, 1 dead, in attempt to crash NSA entrance

    Two men dressed as women tried to ram through the gate of the National Security Agency headquarters in Fort Meade with an SUV Monday morning, resulting in a shooting that left one person dead, according to authorities and sources familiar with the investigation.
    After the gate was rammed around 9:30 local time, a guard reportedly got into an argument with the men and gunfire erupted. 
    NSA Spokesman Jonathan Freed said in a statement that an agency officer gave the driver "routine instructions for safely exiting the secure campus," but the driver disobeyed them, so barriers were deployed.

Why is it ? "they" can always find this sort of information "after the fact" Perhaps those who hold the lives of thousands of people in their hands should be tested on a more regular basis

Officials: co-pilot in German plane crash was treated for suicidal tendencies

Andreas Lubitz, 27, “had received psychotherapy for an extended period of time, during which suicidal tendencies had been noted,” Düsseldorf Prosecutor Christoph Kumpa said Monday. But he said the treatment occurred “several years ago,” before he was issued a pilot’s license. More recent encounters with doctors showed no suicidal tendencies, nor have investigators found any evidence of advance planning or any clear motive, Kumpa said.
Kumpa also said investigators have found no evidence that Lubitz was suffering from any physical ailments. An official familiar with the investigation said separately that Lubitz had been consulting doctors for vision issues but that those problems may have been psychosomatic.