“If Obama were a movie, he’d be Gigli.”

Here’s a bit of fun reading courtesy of Matt Lewis and The Telegraph.  Enjoy!  ~CW   The Obama years: ‘The trailers were great, the movie was horrible’   American voters ranks Barack Obama as the worst president of all time Photo: AP By Matt Lewis 12:01PM BST 05 Jul 2014 “The trailers were great, but the movie was horrible. Six years in, that’s the general consensus on the Obama presidency. Having ridden a wave of “hope and change” to the White House, President Barack Obama has failed to deliver on his huge box office, err, ballot box expectations. Just how bad is … Continue reading

Texas Border Volunteers Speak Up on Disease, Livestock & Violence

By Jon Bowne at InfoWars: Dr. Michael and Linda Vickers are the founders of Texas Border Volunteers, an organization based in Falfurrias, Texas, that assists Border Patrol by serving as observers and reporting illegal activity. Their everyday life and death struggle should serve as a palpable forewarning of the disease, violence and economic impact of the deluge of illegal aliens surging into main street America. (Although this video is 9 minutes, you can stop watching after 8 minutes – the last minute is an Alex Jones commercial. ugh) (Warning: graphic images) “These people are bringing tens of thousands of larvae … Continue reading

Megyn Kelly Goes Toe-to-Toe with Bill Ayers

Megyn Kelly faced off with former Weather Underground leader Bill Ayers in an explosive interview in which Kelly repeatedly confronted Ayers about bombings and killings that the radical group was reportedly involved in. Kelly asked Ayers how many bombings he was personally responsible for. Ayers declined to answer, but did acknowledge the “terrible risk” they took with some of their more out-there tactics. Kelly grilled him on how the Weather Underground “declared a state of war against the U.S. government” and encouraged violence. Kelly went through a series of instances in which the Weather Underground was tied to bombings and … Continue reading

Homeland Security Seeks Thousands Of Pairs Of Underwear For Detained Immigrants

WTF????????????????? From CBS News: El Paso, Texas (CBS HOUSTON) – The Department of Homeland Security is looking to fulfill an order for thousands of pairs of men’s underwear – with hundreds of the requested men’s briefs in the 5X and 6X-large sizes. A solicitation posted earlier this month by the Immigration & Customs Enforcement office seeks thousands of “White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs” ranging from mediums to hundreds of 6X-large pairs of the underwear. ICE facilities have seen a recent influx of detained immigrants awaiting deportation, during which time, the detention facilities require such basic items for the detained aliens, Breitbart reported. The ICE … Continue reading

You Might Be the World’s Dumbest Burglar If…

From Yahoo News: …you log into your Facebook account on your victim’s computer….and forget to log out before you leave. The world is full of truly stupid would-be criminals, but one Minnesota man might have just taken the crown for the title of World’s Stupidest Thief. CBS Minnesota reports that police arrested 26-year-old Nicholas Wig for allegedly burglarizing a home in South St. Paul on June 19, after his victim discovered that Wig had used his computer to log in to his Facebook page and never logged out before leaving. When police arrived to arrest Wig, they also found that he was wearing his victim’s watch, which obviously … Continue reading

SWAT Team Decimated Empty House

A SWAT Team in Renton, WA spent 4 hours bombarding a house with rockets and grenades, totally destroying the house, only to learn the suspect they were pursuing didn’t even live there. Now the home owner is out thousands of dollars with little chance of being repaid. This is reckless and irresponsible behavior and these types of raids are getting out of hand. I’m not one for adding more new laws, but there ought to be a way for homeowners to be compensated for damages. ~Kathy

Self Defense and a Couple of DRTs

From NRA’s Armed Citizen: Ronald Green, 66, was at home around 9 p.m. watching a basketball game on television when he heard someone trying to get in through the front door. He quickly went to retrieve his revolver. When he returned, a 19-year-old man he did not know had successfully kicked in the door and was standing in the entryway. The intruder attacked Green, punching him in the face. Green then fired his revolver twice striking the intruder in the chest and hip. His wounds proved fatal. Green sustained no serious injuries during the home invasion. (Omaha World-Herald, Omaha, NE, … Continue reading

Texas Announced Spending on Border Security

From GregAbbott.com: AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The state’s Republican leadership has authorized the Texas Department of Public Safety to spend about $1.3 million per week to fund operations to fight what they describe as a surge of illegal immigration along the Texas-Mexico border, the GOP leaders announced Wednesday evening. Governor Rick Perry, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and House Speaker Joe Straus said in a joint statement that spending on the “law enforcement surge operations” comes as the result of “the absence of adequate resources to secure the border.” The surge would continue until year’s end. Last week, Texas Attorney General … Continue reading

Texans Petition Governor Perry on Border Crisis

From Breitbart: Activist Texans are petitioning Texas Governor Rick Perry to call a special session of the Legislature to deal with the growing crisis on the Texas border with Mexico. The petition asks Gov. Perry to bring the Texas Legislature back into a fourth special session to “develop and fund a border and port security plan utilizing state and local law enforcement.” Over the Father’s Day weekend, many Texans gathered in a Facebook discussion thread to discuss the Texas Border Crisis and look for a solution. A conclusion of the discussion was that if the federal government was not going … Continue reading

A Border Patrol Agent Speaks Out

Dennis Michael Lynch went to south Texas last week and spoke with several agents. Here’s his interview with one of them. Last week, I visited South Texas for the second time in two years.  Once again, I was blown away with the lack of border enforcement.   Although I must admit, the situation is now ten times worse than it was when I visited in 2013. I am constantly receiving messages from Border Patrol Agents who want to share information.   During my trip last week, I met with three agents from various sectors.  Each told me similar stories which send shivers down … Continue reading

Remember the VA Scandal? Allen West Hasn’t Forgotten Either

From Allen West: He hasn’t forgotten and in fact, he says criminal charges should be filed. Clearly the Obama administration wanted to use the Bergdahl release as a way of creating a positive diversion and getting the VA scandal behind them. As usual, they miscalculated, and depended on the liberal media for a bailout – however, that is failing as well. The rabbit hole gets deeper surrounding the Taliban release with Obama and his minions telling more lies to cover the initial lies. But the VA scandal is also getting worse — a lot worse. Remember the president stated “IF … Continue reading

Thirty Shot, Four Fatalities Within 24 Hours

From NBC News Chicago: …and it happened in…you guessed it…Chicago.  Originally the story read 22 people were shot with 3 fatalities, but it was updated later to 30 and 4. Nearly two dozen people were shot, three of them fatally, in shootings across Chicago since Friday. The weekend’s first fatal shooting took place around 1:45 p.m. Friday in the 1900 block of West Howard Street in the city’s Rogers Park neighborhood when an 18-year-old man was found with gunshot wounds to his torso and back, police said. Police responded to the scene after receiving reports of shots fired in the area … Continue reading

Thoughts on the Death Penalty

Many years ago I watched a documentary called “The Thin Blue Line,” which documented the case of Randall Dale Adams who was wrongly convicted of murder and sentenced to death back in 1977.  Adams was eventually exonerated and released in 1989 after serving 12 years in prison.  It was a tragic miscarriage of justice and it caused me to seriously rethink my position on the death penalty. Since that time I have given a great deal of thought to the serious topic of crime and punishment, as I believe all of us should.  Since I am fascinated by the nature … Continue reading

The Ingredients of Islam

The Ingredients of Islam By Chris Schang May 28, 2014 One of the greatest end times signs we see today in the world is the rise of evil and wickedness in the world. Some of the evil and wickedness that we see if not new, but rather a magnification of a long time dormant evil and wickedness. This is of course is true regarding Islam, as the “religion” has been around for some 1,400 years. In order to examine Islam one should take a look at the essential “ingredients” that make up Islam. While browsing through the Internet I came … Continue reading

Retribution and Social Repatriation (Part 1)

This one ought to really get the juices flowing.  Like all the others, it’s a place to start from.  Keep some, trash some, use some as a stepping stone to new ideas – but start looking at changes. A.   The sentence assigned a convicted defendant in a criminal case shall include: 1.    Restitution of all costs and items incurred by the victim. 2.    Payment of personal damages to victim of 250% restitution or $100,000.oo, whichever is less. 3.    Actual government costs of the criminal investigation and trial. a.    The costs to the government may be avoided by the defendant … Continue reading

Judicial Watch Obtains New IRS Documents

From Townhall: New documents obtained and released through a Judicial Watch lawsuit show the targeting of tea party and conservative groups came directly out of Washington D.C., not a rogue IRS office in Cincinnati. On July 6, 2012, former Director of the IRS Rulings and Agreements Division and current Manager of Exempt Organizations Guidance Holly Paz sent an email to IRS Attorney Steven Grodnitzky asking for an explanation of how tea party group applications were being handled. Grodnitzky responded by confirming the cases were being handled in Washington. “EOT is working the Tea party applications in coordination with Cincy [Cincinnati]. … Continue reading

CAIR Complains About NYPD Informant Program

From Yahoo News: An American Islamic group is calling for a federal investigation into the New York Police Department’s reported recruitment of Muslim immigrants as informants. “The Department of Justice must investigate the potential illegality of the coercive recruitment of Muslims to spy on their own faith community,” Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said in a statement in response to Sunday’s New York Times report of an ongoing NYPD program in which detectives comb city jails for Muslims and persuade them to spy on mosques and Muslim businesses. In 2009, according to the Times, the … Continue reading

Legal – Jurisprudence Reform

Our court system is seriously screwed up.  The primary [purpose of court seems to be to get the criminal off scott free rather than determine guilt or innocence.  Far too often past record of persons brought to trial are not considered, use of “diminished capacity” is overused (drunk, drugged, mentally incompetent, etc).  You’ll like some, hate some, but they should start a conversation, and a good conversation will probably end up with the best of these suggestions being made better, and the worst might give someone an idea for something better in the long run. Maybe we need a few … Continue reading