“I’ll See you in New York”

Not to worry, Obama’s Secret Service is checking it out. “We have an intelligence division whose mission is to assess information that we receive every day for dangerousness or potential threat level,” Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan told ABC News. “We are aware of the image and will take the necessary and appropriate follow up steps.” (my emphasis) Another photo displayed a note handwritten in Arabic. It read, “Soldiers of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria will pass from here soon,” followed by a Koran verse that read, “and Allah is perfecting His Light even though the disbelievers hate … Continue reading

In Pictures…The Story of Ferguson, Missouri

This is from IJ Review and there are 27 pictures that tell the story of the events absolute madness going on there. That is far too many photos to upload to our library, so please click on the link below to view the devastation to this town brought on by politicians and idiots with attitude and too much time on their hands. This is like re-living Watts on steroids. Click here to view the unreal photos – this looks like a war zone instead of America. This place has gone insane and the damage is spreading to larger areas. Absolutely no … Continue reading

A Voice of Common Sense on Ferguson, Missouri

. There’s been a lot of skreekin’ and skrawkin’ on the alleged murder of a black “youth” in Ferguson, Missouri. The litany is getting old, as far as blasting “whitey” for discrimination and alleged brutality. John Wiseman, posting on “Tea Party Nation”  has this to say. Ferguson Proves One Thing, It’s Not Open Season On Black Youths, No Matter How Hard That Narrative Is Pushed.   As Ferguson consumes the new normal in terms of news cycles, one crisis dominating a two week period of time, wiping the continuing crises from our collective consciousness, (remember, the border crisis, Gaza, Ukraine, … Continue reading

More From MO.

Previous posts on this subject include : ~ ‘Big Mike’ : Another “Good Child” ~ Michael Brown : ‘Gentle Giant/Strong-Arm Thug’ ~Officer Wilson’s Side Of The Story   There is so much going on with the Mike Brown-‘Gentle Giant/Teddy Bear/Strong-arm Thug’ story. Sure, it’s all over the MSM, but probably not THESE stories. Some of the recent HIGHLIGHTS : From IJReview …Friday’s release of the store-theft video by Ferguson police occurred over the objections of federal authorities, a law enforcement official told CNN on Saturday. Ferguson police had wanted to release the video Thursday but held off when the U.S. Justice … Continue reading

‘Intelligun’ Inventor Gets In Eric Holder’s Face

From IJ Review: You guys are going to love this! Kodiak Arms President W.P. Gentry has invented a technology that would restrict gun operation to authorized users only. The company’s product is called “The Intelligun” and it uses a sensor on the handgrip of a pistol to identify fingerprints. Only those whose prints have been previously entered would be allowed to actually fire the gun. Enter Attorney General Eric Holder, who invited Gentry to further discussions after meeting with multiple firearms manufacturers earlier this year. Gentry’s comments on the interaction about how the identification technology could be used by the … Continue reading

“We Don’t Leave Our Men in Uniform Behind”

Remember when O uttered those words back in June after his decision to trade Bowe Bergdahl for 5 high-level terrorists? He was at a press conference in Warsaw, Poland when he so magnanimously said America “has always had a pretty sacred rule and that is we don’t leave our men or women in uniform behind.” While in Brussels, Belgium he went on to say “”We saw an opportunity and we seized it, and I make no apologies for that.” If that’s the case then why is one Alan Gross, a government employee who worked for USAID been in a Cuban … Continue reading

Soaking in the “summer of scandal” heat

(so grab a cool one… and catch up on things) Okay, its summertime after all, and I for one am feeling particularly festive after half time. Yep, the 4th of July is said to be summer’s half way marker. So enjoy what you can of the balance. And as a special seasonal bonus, remember Congress goes on recess in August. That should sort of make you feel like you’re saving money while noticing those skyrocketing vacation costs. Now if you’re in the same seasonal mood, I hope you are at least throwing the burgers on the grill as liberally as … Continue reading

Obama’s touchstones, breaking badder

[>>@1m: 45s] “Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency”. Touchstone: (assaying tool), a stone used to identify precious metals; or (metaphor) a means of assaying relative merits of a concept 1: a black siliceous stone related to flint and formerly used to test the purity of gold and silver by the streak left on the stone when rubbed by the metal 2: a test or criterion for determining the quality or genuineness of a thing 3: a fundamental or quintessential part or feature — merriam-webster There’s nothing wrong with transparency and rule of law. … Continue reading

Some CA Residents Have a Deadly New Neighbor

From The Blaze: The so-called “Pillowcase Rapist,” who has admitted to raping more than 40 women, moved into a rural California community Wednesday after a judge ordered his release from a mental hospital last year. Christopher Hubbart, 63, was released from Coalinga State Hospital to a court ordered home in Lake Los Angeles, an unincorporated area near Palmdale. Community members are afraid the 63-year-old, who earned his nickname by binding the hands of his victims and using a pillowcase to muffle their screams, will strike again. “It scares the hell out of me,” resident Cheryl Holbrook told the Associated Press. … Continue reading

Win, lose or draw straws

Obama is under the gun. You’d think to hear him talk that conservatives and Republicans are his biggest opposition. Not so according to the Supreme Court’s decisions. He lost a series of decisions. Lawyers said the government traditionally averages about a 70 percent winning percentage before the high court. Its advantages are so great that the Justice Department’s chief Supreme Court attorney, the solicitor general, is dubbed the “10th Justice.” “He was found to be in violation of the Fourth Amendment on privacy, then another case found him in violation of separation of powers. Now he’s been found in violation … Continue reading

Lerner Sought Audit of GOP Senator, or Was It the Event Planner?

From Yahoo News and AP: Congressional investigators say they uncovered emails Wednesday showing that a former Internal Revenue Service official at the heart of the tea party investigation sought an audit involving a Republican senator in 2012. The emails show former IRS official Lois Lerner mistakenly received an invitation to an event that was meant to go to Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa. The event organizer apparently offered to pay for Grassley’s wife to attend the event. In an email to another IRS official, Lerner suggests referring the matter for an audit, saying it might be inappropriate for the group to … Continue reading

$250 Million in New Aid Given to Central American Countries

From Mail Online: The White House announced $254.6 million in new aid for Central American countries today. The money will go toward returning unaccompanied minors who travel to the U.S. illegally to their families and fostering youth centered programs in their home countries, the White House said this afternoon. The assistance to the governments of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras announced today is in addition to the $130 million in aid the U.S. already provides those countries in economic assistance. The new aid package and the illegal immigration crisis at the U.S. border will be the subject of Vice President … Continue reading

Inside the Ring: Memo outlines Obama’s plan to use the military against citizens

The Washington Times By Bill Gertz Wednesday, May 28, 2014 A 2010 Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities details what critics say is a troubling policy that envisions the Obama administration’s potential use of military force against Americans. The directive contains noncontroversial provisions on support to civilian fire and emergency services, special events and the domestic use of the Army Corps of Engineers. The troubling aspect of the directive outlines presidential authority for the use of military arms and forces, including unarmed drones, in operations against domestic unrest. “This appears to be the latest step in the administration’s decision to use force within … 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

Feds Using Civil Forfeiture To Seize Valuable Property

GovtSlaves Motel owner Russell Caswell wasn’t expecting to find himself at the center of a national controversy when FBI agents came knocking on his door. They said they wanted his Tewksbury, Mass., business – and the land it was on – because they suspected it was a hotbed for drug-dealing and prostitution. The agents, who were working with state and local authorities, told a disbelieving Caswell they had the right to take the property, valued at as much as $1.5 million, through a legal process known as civil forfeiture. Caswell, 70, fought back, and the case turned into one of … 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

Dep. of Injustice issues dictate to schools

Eric Holder Just Sent This Threatening Letter To All Public Schools by B. Christopher Agee — May 8, 2014 | Western Journalism Along with the Department of Education, Eric Holder’s Justice Department is reminding public schools in no uncertain terms that they are obligated to provide all children with an education regardless of their immigration status. In an apparent attempt to clarify existing guidelines, the federal government sent a letter to schools indicating the agencies are “aware of student enrollment practices that may chill or discourage the participation, or lead to the exclusion, of students.” The letter emphasizes how loose … 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