Friday, May 24, 2013

MUSLIM PAEDOPHILE SEX GANGS…now in Washington State, too

MAY 23, 2013

(Mostly Somali) Muslims kidnapping teenage white girls whom they gang rape and then pimp out for pay to their Muslim customers, already epidemic in England, is spreading around America, too – from Minnesota, Ohio, Colorado, and Tennessee, and recently, in Washington, as well.


Clashes in Lebanon while Kerry blackmails Bashar al-Assad

MAY 24, 2013

While at least four persons have been killed and about 35 others were wounded in the recent clashes in the Lebanese city of Tripoli, which is located in the northern part of the country, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in his latest statement that the U.S. administration will increase its support for the opponents of the Syrian government if the Syrian President al-Assad is not prepared to discuss a political solution in order to end the civil war within Syria.

This means that the United States might increase its support for religious fanatics, terrorists, mercenaries and strangers in Syria if the Syrian government in Damascus is not willing to debate a so-called political solution for the Syrian conflict. Although many reports from the recent months have confirmed that the Syrian government is ready and willing to discuss such a solution for the crisis in the country.


Obama prom pictures surface

MAY 24, 2013

More than 30 years after he graduated high school, President Obama's senior prom pictures have emerged in public, featuring the president when he was 17 years old, clad in a white sport coat and a lei, posing for pictures with his friends.

The photos, obtained by TIME, show Mr. Obama, then a student at Punahou School in Hawaii, hanging out with his date Megan Hughes, his friend Greg Orme, and Orme's date Kelli Allman (then McCormack), according to Allman, who provided the photos to TIME.

"It was a really fun, happy time. We were all cracking up, and everyone was smiling," Allman told TIME. "It was pretty typical from there out as far as what happens at prom: the dinner and the dancing and the photos."

Allman also provided to TIME a photo of Mr. Obama's signature in her 1979 yearbook, in which the now-president complimented Allman as "sweet and foxy," and offered to buy her lunch.

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New Precedent: Armed Domestic Drone Strikes Will Soon Be Reality

MAY 24, 2013

A new precedent has been set. Despite extensive denial that drone strikes would endanger Americans, Attorney General Eric Holder has now openly admitted that four US citizens were killed through overseas drone strikes since 2009. 


IRS Tyrant Lois Lerner was former FEC Tyrant Terrorizing Conservative and Christian Groups while Refusing to Pursue Obama's Illegal and Foreign Contributions

MAY 24, 2013

Obama's campaign contributions from Gaza

Electric Cars: Next They'll Have To Give Them Away

May 24, 2013

Government Failure: Two years ago the president announced his goal of putting 1 million electric cars on U.S. roads by 2015. Did he mention that to reach that target the unpopular cars might have to be given away?

The market for electric cars is so weak that consumer costs are approaching almost nothing. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that in order to "spark buyers for electric cars," there is a need to "drop the price to nearly $0."


Rep. John Barrow Introduces Keeping the Promise of IRCA Act

MAY 24, 2013

Rep. John Barrow (D-Ga.) has introduced the Keeping the Promise of IRCA Act. The bill would fulfill the border security promises, workplace verification promises, and interior enforcement promises that were never fulfilled by the 1986 amnesty bill. The bill serves as an alternative to the Gang of Eight's amnesty bill, S.744, and is a response to public opinion that's been evident in poll after poll that the border needs to be secured before dealing with other aspects of immigration reform.

Read: The Keeping the Promise of IRCA Act:

Female Firearms Officer Shot Woolwich Suspects

MAY 24, 2013

One of the Police Officers who shot the 2 suspects in the Woolwich terrorist attack is one of the few female members of the Met's elite firearms squad, SCO19.


SAS troops capture Taliban commander

MAY 24, 2013

BRITISH Special Forces have captured the Taliban leader thought to be responsible for the roadside bomb that killed three British soldiers last month.


Western Civilization Dumber Than 100 Years Ago

MAY 24, 2013

A new study may stimulate the old adage of respecting your elders; it says the general level of intelligence in the Western Hemisphere has declined since the Victorian Era. The study claims the IQ numbers are 14 points lower than from the 19th century.


NYTimes Puts Brutal Islamist Beheading Story on A7, Omits 'Swear by the Almighty Allah' Line Uttered by Attacker

MAY 24, 2013

While the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal this morning gave front-page coverage to yesterday's grisly beheading of a British serviceman on a London street in broad daylight, the New York Times placed their 20-paragraph story by London correspondent John F. Burns on page A7. Editors slapped on the headline, "'Barbaric' Attack in London Renews Fears of Terror Threat," with "barbaric" in scare quotes.


Noonan: A Battering Ram Becomes a Stonewall

MAY 24, 2013

"I don't know." "I don't remember." "I'm not familiar with that detail." "It's not my precise area." "I'm not familiar with that letter."

These are quotes from the Internal Revenue Service officials who testified this week before the House and Senate. That is the authentic sound of stonewalling, and from the kind of people who run Washington in the modern age—smooth, highly credentialed and unaccountable. They're surrounded by legal and employment protections, they know how to parse a careful response, they know how to blur the essential point of a question in a blizzard of unconnected factoids. They came across as people arrogant enough to target Americans for abuse and harassment and think they'd get away with it.

So what did we learn the past week, and what are the essentials to keep in mind?


JFK’s secret diary: Fascism ‘right thing for Germany’

MAY 24, 2013

A young John F. Kennedy thought fascism was the right system for Germany, a new book that reviews the late president’s travel diaries from his trip to Germany pre-World War II divulges.

The new revelations are found in “John F. Kennedy — Among the Germans. Travel diaries and letters 1937-1945,” a book recently released in Germany, according to the Daily Mail.


DA will not prosecute man arrested under SAFE Act

MAY 24, 2013

COLUMBIA COUNTY - The Columbia County District Attorney is making good on a promise not to prosecute a man arrested under the SAFE Act.

DA Paul Czajka told NewsChannel 13 he would not prosecute Gregory Dean Jr.

Dean was pulled over earlier this month after police say the light over his license plate was out.

Police say he also had a gun in his car.

While they say it was possessed legally, it had nine rounds of ammunition, which exceeds the state's new limit of seven rounds.

NewsChannel 13’s Dan Levy was in court for the decision.


Media Fail: Obama Approval Dips Below 50 In Four Polls

MAY 24, 2013

Coming out of the weekend, after a brutal week for their president, the media held tight to a little lifeboat in an ocean of bad news: Polls from CNN and The Washington Post had Obama's approval rating at 53% and 50%, respectively. But Monday was a lifetime and countless revelations ago, and today, four newer polls all show Obama's approval rating sinking below 50%.


A Warped History of Hillary Clinton

MAY 24, 2013


“Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!”
- Admiral David Farragut

“Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes!”
- Attributed to Colonel William Prescott

“I have not yet begun to fight!”
- Captain John Paul Jones

“What difference does it make?”
- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton


Cameron slaps down Ministry of Defence and ends ban on uniforms in public places after Woolwich soldier killing

MAY 24, 2013

Military chiefs imposed automatic ban on uniforms outside bases

Restrictions reviewed at meeting of emergency Cobra committee

David Cameron made clear he wants life to 'carry on as normal'


Time to Resign: Eric Holder Signed Off On Search Warrant For James Rosen Emails: NBC News

MAY 24, 2013

Attorney General Eric Holder personally signed off on the warrant that allowed the Justice Department to search Fox News reporter James Rosen's personal email, NBC News' Michael Isikoff reported Thursday.


REMINDER: In 2007 Obama Demanded Atty Gen Resign For Carrying Out 'Political Vendettas' Of Admin

May 24, 2013

On Larry King Live in 2007, presidential candidate Barack Obama attacked Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and called on him to resign for carrying out the President's "political vendettas."

source: Breitbart

I Have No Problem With the Boy Scouts’ Decision

MAY 24, 2013

Erick Erickson: The Boy Scouts of America have decided to keep the ban on gay scout leaders, but allow gay young men to participate in scouting. The vote was not even close. More than 60% voted to end the ban...

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May 24, 2013

Public schools in cooperation with the department of homeland security are now teaching kids safety measures, and advising that they seek relief in FEMA camps in a time of crisis. But are these post disaster relief camps, or military internment camps?

FEMA , the Red Cross, and the department of homeland security are now using taxpayer money to educate children in public schools about ‘getting ready for disaster’. But why would government agencies hold interest in this? Is it because they want schools to be safer, or because they want citizens to flee to FEMA camps in a time of crisis?

A disaster that very well could be orchestrated by a government agency, one might add. So what are these ‘disaster relief’ camps like? A quick google search for ‘FEMA camps’ would turn up thousands of results. Yet contrary to what one may think, leaving these camps may not be voluntary.

In fact, a leaked document signed by Joyce E. Morrow (administrative assistant to the secretary of the army) suggests that disaster relief camps may actually be military internment camps. The document is titled ‘internment and resettlement operations’ , and it describes these camps in great detail, stating that ‘civil support is the department of defense support to civil authorities for domestic emergencies. Civil support includes operations that address the consequences of natural or man-made disasters, accidents, terrorist attacks, and incidents in the U.S.’ .

To sum it up, this leaked document confirms plans by the department of defense to operate internment prison camps for citizens during a crisis . But why would they need a crisis to imprison large amounts of people, and why would they imprison large amounts of people in the first place? But the real question is, do these prison camps tie in with FEMA?

And if so, is FEMA preparing children in public schools to accept going to an internment camp if there is a disaster? Perhaps the military internment camps to be used for disasters, and the FEMA camps to be used in times of crisis, are unrelated. But given the recent NDAA , allowing for the legal indefinite detainment of American citizens, and the political weather, it seems this isn’t such a far out possibility. It isn’t a nice issue to think about, but spreading the word about the possibility of an American holocaust would be arguably the most effective way to stop such an event.


Intelhub via Secrets of the Fed

Michelle Obama Plans Extended Posh Vacation During Summer of Scandal…

MAY 24, 2013

Her husband’s increasingly scandalous political woes appear to have not dampened First Lady Michelle Obama’s penchant for multi-million dollar vacationing. Reports just out indicate the First Lady is planning an “extended” stay in Martha’s Vineyard this summer – with or without her hapless husband…

Michelle Said to be Considering an Extended Vacation

With scandal swirling about the White House, First Lady Michelle Obama may be considering an extended exit from Washington this summer, fleeing for weeks to the Obamas’ traditional summer haven, Martha’s Vineyard.

According to the Boston Globe, “Michelle Obama and the children may be on the island for an extended period.” But the president would hardly be suffering by comparison. He may come up on weekends and then stay for two weeks at the end of the summer, the Globe reports.

The White House has not commented on the Obamas’ vacation plans.

The Usterman Report

Ten Leading Democrats Wrote IRS Demanding the Agency Crack Down on Conservative Groups

MAY 24, 2013

Starting in the fall of 2010, ten leading Democrats - Including, Max Baucus, Chuck Schumer, and Al Franken - wrote the IRS demanding that the agency crack down on conservative groups.

500 conservative and Christian groups were illegally targeted by the Obama IRS starting in 2010. For twenty-seven months the Obama IRS refused to approve any Tea Party applications for tax-exempt status while at the same time the Obama IRS approved dozens of progressive applications.

Now these same top Democrats are feigning outrage.

SOURCE: Jim Hoft

Now The Gibson Guitar Raids Make Sense

MAY 24, 2013

IRS Scandal: The inexplicable raid nearly two years ago on a guitar maker for using allegedly illegal wood that its competitors also used was another targeting by this administration of its political enemies.

On Aug. 24, 2011, federal agents executed four search warrants on Gibson Guitar Corp. facilities in Nashville and Memphis, Tenn., and seized several pallets of wood, electronic files and guitars. One of the top makers of acoustic and electric guitars, including the iconic Les Paul introduced in 1952, Gibson was accused of using wood illegally obtained in violation of the century-old Lacey Act, which outlaws trafficking in flora and fauna the harvesting of which had broken foreign laws.

In one raid, the feds hauled away ebony fingerboards, alleging they violated Madagascar law. Gibson responded by obtaining the sworn word of the African island's government that no law had been broken.

In another raid, the feds found materials imported from India, claiming they too moved across the globe in violation of Indian law. Gibson's response was that the feds had simply misinterpreted Indian law.

Interestingly, one of Gibson's leading competitors is C.F. Martin & Co. According to C.F. Martin's catalog, several of their guitars contain "East Indian Rosewood," which is the exact same wood in at least 10 of Gibson's guitars. So why were they not also raided and their inventory of foreign wood seized?

Grossly underreported at the time was the fact that Gibson's chief executive, Henry Juszkiewicz, contributed to Republican politicians. Recent donations have included $2,000 to Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., and $1,500 to Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn.

By contrast, Chris Martin IV, the Martin & Co. CEO, is a long-time Democratic supporter, with $35,400 in contributions to Democratic candidates and the Democratic National Committee over the past couple of election cycles.

"We feel that Gibson was inappropriately targeted," Juszkiewicz said at the time, adding the matter "could have been addressed with a simple contact (from) a caring human being representing the government. Instead, the government used violent and hostile means."

That includes what Gibson described as "two hostile raids on its factories by agents carrying weapons and attired in SWAT gear where employees were forced out of the premises, production was shut down, goods were seized as contraband and threats were made that would have forced the business to close."

Gibson, fearing a bankrupting legal battle, settled and agreed to pay a $300,000 penalty to the U.S. Government. It also agreed to make a "community service payment" of $50,000 to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation — to be used on research projects or tree-conservation activities.

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Malaysian police arrest opposition leaders

MAY 24, 2013

Malaysia's deputy prime minister said there was no government interference in the case and arrest of three opposition leaders and an activist this week.


Thursday, May 23, 2013

Smart rifle decides when to shoot, hardly ever misses target

MAY 23, 2013

Technology deemed by some to be too dangerous to sell to public

A new firearm featuring high-end precision technology went on sale this past Wednesday, and some in the shooting community are calling it too dangerous to be sold to the general public.


Trailer: “Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire” Documentary on Gun Rights

MAY 23, 2013

Kris Koenig is the mastermind behind the upcoming documentary titled Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire. The project started as a look into the gun control debate raging in California, but as the debate heated up nationwide this past winter they broadened their scope to include the national debate as well. The project has been funded entirely through the website Kickstarter (initial funding – second push), where individuals pledge their own money to support a cause they believe in, and the finished product is nearing release. Kris has set a date of May 23rd (tomorrow) as the date for the initial screening of the movie, and has released a trailer that has been approved by the MPAA for use in movie theaters (see it above). The film will be shown in a limited number of theaters starting on June 20th (list coming shortly), with intended distribution through PBS stations and DVD release shortly after the theatrical run. And to be honest, it looks like it’s a pretty darn well made product.

Oh, and the narrator? Ice-T.


IRS Protest St. Louis County May 21, 2013

MAY 23, 2013

Residents of St. Louis County met in front of the IRS offices on May 21, 2013 to protest the IRS' practice of targeting and harassing conservatives, patriots and Tea Party supporters. There were no city or county police there, ONLY DEPT OF HOMELAND SECURITY POLICE. According to the IG report, the IRS began targeting conservative organizations, especially Tea Party groups, in Feb. 2010, (although there is much evidence that they have been targeting conservative groups and Christian groups since the 1980's.) The IRS agents were directed to target organizations with the words "patriot" or "tea party" in the names. The power to tax is the power to destroy. This is what it is like to live in a police state tyranny. It has become evident that they are planning on using the IRS as their Gestapo.


JournoList’s IRS Angle Begins to Gel

MAY 23, 2013

Late Tuesday we reported that several lefty bloggers known to be very close to the Obama White House were in fact meeting in the White House. The meeting came a day ahead of hearings in which IRS official Lois Lerner invoked her Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination and refused to testify to the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee. Lerner even refused to testify about her own previous statements on the IRS abuse scandal.

Today, we may be seeing the results of that Tuesday afternoon confab at the White House.


Video: IRS chain of command undermines the “low level employees” defense

MAY 23, 2013

In one sense, this can’t surprise anyone who’s ever dealt with entrenched bureaucracies, which are hardly known for their innovation. No one really believes for a moment that a few rogue agents just decided to band together to start targeting opponents of the current administration for extra scrutiny, delays, and harassment on their own. That argument flies in the face of common sense and common experience in bureaucratic stagnation.

Fox 19 in Cincinnati shows that the internal processes and organizational chart of the IRS makes it provably ridiculous as well:


Syria News Exclusive: Syrian Navy Destroys Israeli Submarine

MAY 23, 2013

Syrianews managed to confirm the news we received a couple of days ago that a Syrian Navy boat destroyed an Israeli submarine off the Syrian coast at 150 meters depth on 02 May 2013 around 2 – 2:30 am. We were not told the type or size of the submarine but we were confirmed it was destroyed.


Black Panther, Mikhail Shareef Muhammad, Who Offered Bounty For “Dead or Alive” Zimmerman Arrested in Jacksonville For “False Imprisonment”

MAY 23, 2013

JACKSONVILLE – The 50-year-old southern regional representative of Jacksonville’s New Black Panther Party for Self Defense was arrested Monday on charges of false imprisonment and resisting an officer without violence, according to the Sheriff’s Office.


Death by Media

MAY 23, 2013

Revelations concerning Benghazi, the IRS, and government probing of the Associated Press make it increasingly clear that Barack Obama was led astray by his friends in the media.


NASA to build 'universal food synthesizer' 3D printer to boldly make pizza from insects and algae

MAY 23, 2013

NASA is investing in a 3D printer which can create food

The company behind it believe it could solve the earth's looming food shortage
Meals would be made from cartridges containing carbohydrates and protein powders

Insects, grass and algae could replace meat and vegetables as the main sources of our protein


Lanny Davis: IRS scandal threatens to kill Hillary's 2016 bid

MAY 23, 2013

The growing IRS-Tea Party scandal, which has robbed Democrats of the so-called "trust edge" they held over Republicans, is now jeopardizing the Democratic majority in the Senate and even hopes that Hillary Clinton will replace President Obama in 2016.


BENGHAZI: See what was really transpiring inside doomed compound

MAY 23, 2013

Is this why U.S. was attacked in Benghazi?

Liberals Turn on Lois Lerner, IRS

MAY 23, 2013

On Tuesday, liberal bloggers Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo and Ezra Klein of the Washington Post attended a private meeting at the White House:


Op-Ed: The case for zero tolerance of fanatics

MAY 23, 2013

Sydney - The case for describing fanatics as insane is pretty convincing. These people’s minds are totally subordinated. “Extremism” is a euphemism. This is brainwashing, perversion of minds, and historically it leads only to violence and suffering.  READ MORE>>

Media Censors London Beheader Using Koran to Justify Atrocity

MAY 23, 2013

You know that part in the video where the announcer is speaking over the Muslim killer. That’s the part where the killer is saying, “Many, many Ayah throughout the Koran that we must fight them as they fight us.” Instead the official media video cuts the Koran part out and picks up only when the Muslim killer says, “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.”

That doctrine is used today by Muslim countries to demand a literal eye for an eye justice.


Stratfor Email: Brennan Behind 'Witch Hunt' of Journalists Reporting Leaks

MAY 23, 2013

An obscure November 2012 Wikileaks email dump points to former White House counterterrorism adviser and now-CIA chief John Brennan as the person behind the “witch hunt” of journalists who reported unflattering Obama administration leaks.


Ruemmler met one-on-one with Treasury lawyer long before April

MAY 23, 2013

Although White House Chief Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler claims to have learned about the IRS audit scandal only last month, she had three unprecedented one-on-one meetings last year with the Treasury Department’s chief lawyer, who has known about the inspector general’s investigation of the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative nonprofits since at least June 2012.

The Treasury lawyer in turn has a long history of extreme left-wing agitation.


The Manhood of the West

MAY 23, 2013

A British soldier was decapitated a few hundred yards from a UK Army base by two men with large knives and saying ‘ we swear by almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you’. The men were shot when police responded 20 minutes later. The photo shows a scene.


All Hands on Deck for the Rice Planting Season

MAY 23, 2013

The busiest time of year in North Korea is usually the rice-planting season between May and June. This year is no different; the authorities have mobilized the entire population to work on farms, meaning that adults and children alike face days of hard agricultural labor. The hours for official markets are also shortened at these times, and in some cases they are not allowed to open at all. This double-whammy only adds to the difficulty.


Benghazi Scandal: Don’t Let Melanin Trump National Security.

May 23, 2013

Lloyd Marcus: Patriots, I got this horrible feeling watching the MSM on the cable news TV shows playing down the Obama scandals. I thought, does Obama being liberal and “black” trump any and everything? Will the MSM continue to side with him no matter what? Will all of the lies, corruption, betrayals and probable criminal activity simply roll off the Obama Administration’s back like water off a duck? Will Obama and company get away with it all?


Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Power of Moore tornado dwarfs Hiroshima bomb

MAY 22, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Everything had to come together just perfectly to create the killer tornado in Moore, Okla.: wind speed, moisture in the air, temperature and timing. And when they did, the awesome energy released over that city dwarfed the power of the atomic bomb that leveled Hiroshima.


Jay Carney Invokes Birtherism To Fire Back Against Scandal Outrage

MAY 22, 2013

At this stage of the game, when outrage is building on both sides of the aisle, it may be just a little too late to dismiss this as just petty politics.

Watch the video

Time for a team huddle: Lefty bloggers/journos head to the White House

MAY 22, 2013

Just a little heads up that tomorrow’s progressive damage-control groupthink is likely to be group-ier than usual:


Sen. Whitehouse Blames GOP For Okla. Tornado, Storms, Rising Seas, Etc.

MAY 22, 2012

Here's the video & transcript>>

Fast and Furious: U.S. Attorney sought to discredit agent by leaking documents

MAY 22, 2013

The U.S. attorney in Arizona leaked an internal memo to undermine a veteran Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent who was highly critical of the botched “Fast and Furious” gunrunning operation, the Justice Department’s office of inspector general said Monday in a report.


Report: DOJ Seized Records of Five Fox News Phone Numbers

MAY 22, 2013

(BREITBART) - The Obama Justice Department has seized the phone records of numbers that are associated with White House staffers and, apparently, with Fox News reporters, according to a document filed on October 13, 2011, in the case of Stephen Jin-Woo Kim, a former State Department contractor accused of violating the Espionage Act for allegedly leaking classified information to James Rosen, a Fox News reporter. Ronald C. Machen, Jr., the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, who is prosecuting the case, has seized records associated with two phone numbers at the White House, at least five numbers associated with Fox News, and one that has the same area code and exchange as Rosen’s personal-cell-phone number (the last four numbers are redacted).

In all, Ronald C. Machen, Jr., the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, has seized records associated with over thirty different phone numbers.

Full story here.

The Land without Muslims

MAY 22, 2013

There are countries in the world, mainly in Europe, that are presently undergoing significant cultural transformations as a result of Muslim immigration. France, Germany, Belgium and Holland are interesting examples of cases where immigration from Muslim countries, together with the Muslims’ high fertility rate, effects every area of life...


Report: Obama Won't Let Military Capture Benghazi Suspects

MAY 22, 2013

An AP report via Fox Nation via claims that although the FBI has identified five men believed to have been behind the September 11 Benghazi attacks, those men remain free because President Barack Obama will not allow the military to seize them.


WH: Obama Didn't Ask Why Staff Kept IRS Scandal From Him

MAY 22, 2013

Last week, President Obama informed the world that he had heard about the IRS’ targeting of conservatives for the first time from television reports. But apparently that revelation did not lead him to ask his staff why he didn’t know about it beforehand. At Tuesday’s press conference, White House press secretary Jay Carney said that President Obama didn’t bother to ask why he was only learning about the scandal via the media. Carney stated that Obama would not have wanted to be involved in an ongoing investigation – the administration’s usual excuse for remaining out of the loop.


IRS Official Lois Lerner to plead the 5th – Update: Statement from Issa’s Office

MAY 22, 2013

Lois Lerner, the IRS head of exempt organizations division, will invoke the fifth amendment this week rather than answer questions about the recent IRS scandal, according to a letter sent to Congress by her attorney.

Lerner was scheduled to answer questions from the House Oversight committee this Wednesday.


ABC’s ‘This Week’ Moving Out of the Newseum, Al Jazeera America Moving In

MAY 22, 2013

The studio space at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. is changing hands, Broadcasting & Cable’s John Eggerton reports. Next month, ABC’s “This Week” will vacate the space and return to the network’s Washington bureau, and Al Jazeera America will move in.


Military suffers wave of 'gay' sex assaults

MAY 22, 2013

A recent military report on sexual assault in the military shocked many in Washington and around the nation, but a leading expert on military personnel revealed the prevalence of men assaulting other men is one of the major headlines in this study.


Turkey Stakes Claim in America With $100 Million Mega-Mosque

MAY 22, 2013

There's more to the Turkish mega-mosque than just being the largest Islamic site in the Western Hemisphere.  FIND OUT HERE

GOP Senator Preserves Loophole Giving Illegal Immigrants Immediate Welfare Access

MAY 22, 2013

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) backed down from a previous promise his spokeswoman made to Breitbart News that he would consider voting in favor of amendments to the Senate's immigration bill that would close a loophole allowing illegal immigrants immediate access to state and local welfare.


Report: More Benghazi Whistleblowers to Reveal ‘Devastating’ Details About Attack, Including WHY Chris Stevens Was in Libya

May 22, 2013

New Benghazi whistleblowers are prepared to reveal shocking details about the Sept. 11 terror attack, including why U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens was in Libya to begin with, two former U.S. diplomats reportedly told PJ Media on Monday.  FULL STORY

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Immigration Reform Should Strengthen, Not Cost, America

May 22, 2013

Lawful immigration can bring important economic and cultural benefits both to the United States and to the immigrants. Americans rightly live and celebrate the values of America, including limited government, personal liberty, and free enterprise, and beckon others to join us. We are united by belief in our founding documents and our creed that all men are created equal. As Ronald Reagan said, “The immigrants who have so enriched America include people from every race, creed, and ethnic background.”

While we welcome those who want to come here, we are a nation of laws and the rule of law requires fair, firm, and consistent enforcement. Immigration is no exception and in fact is critically important, because newcomers need to see the principle in action from their first day in America. Those who enter legally by our slow and bureaucratic system need to be rewarded, not left wondering whether they should have entered or stayed illegally and waited for amnesty.

In addressing immigration, our government should start with keeping the promises they made when they granted amnesty “for only this one time” in 1986. First, they must secure the border. Then they should enforce our laws by imposing stiff fines on those who hire illegal immigrants. These steps are supported by supermajorities of the American people.

After that, Congress should move to fix our slow, broken lawful immigration system. Individual bills addressing these specific problems step-by-step are good for the country because they are simple, clear, and transparent. They make it possible to get legislative victories where we can agree and make it hard to hide loopholes or sweetheart deals for special interests. They can build trust that government is working for the people.

Unfortunately, Congress is moving ahead with a huge, complex, and comprehensive bill that will include amnesty for those who have broken our immigration laws. And in a time of massive and increasing debt, we know that the bill will end up costing taxpayers trillions of dollars. After a short time, millions of illegal immigrants will have access to the full panoply of bloated means-tested welfare programs and qualify for overburdened entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare.

Instead, Congress should proceed step-by-step: border security, then workplace enforcement, and then fixing our broken legal immigration system. These steps will fulfill past promises and benefit America economically while not adding the unnecessary fiscal costs of amnesty.

source: Morning Bell

1975 : Tornado Outbreaks Blamed On Global Cooling

May 22, 2013

source: Real Science

CBS News Mocks Benghazi Whistleblower

May 22, 2013

CBS News has a piece quietly mocking a Benghazi whistleblower for writing poetry in a classic example of how the MSM marginalizes opponents of Barack Obama:

Raymond Maxwell, who was one of Hillary Clinton’s State Department officials who was disciplined for security lapses vis-à-vis Benghazi, has been writing poetry since he was put on leave.

Significantly, some of the poetry deals with Maxwell’s frustration at being made a scapegoat:  

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Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul Push For Hemp Legalization In Senate Fight

May 22, 2013

WASHINGTON -- Kentucky's two senators, Republicans Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell, have been working to include a provision that would legalize industrial hemp into the farm bill, according to Senate and Kentucky sources, an effort that is likely to result in a floor vote on the issue this week.


Carney Refuses To Name Staffers Who Knew About IRS Scandal Before Obama

May 22, 2013

Breitbart TV:

Source: Washington Free Beacon

Obama administration mistakes journalism for espionage

May 22, 2013

The Obama administration has no business rummaging through journalists’ phone records, perusing their e-mails and tracking their movements in an attempt to keep them from gathering news. This heavy-handed business isn’t chilling, it’s just plain cold.

It also may well be unconstitutional. In my reading, the First Amendment prohibition against “abridging the freedom . . . of the press”..........

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Obama Speaks at the "All-Black", Non-Post-Racial Morehouse

May 22, 2013

Barack Obama proved again that he harbors deep-seated bitterness by focusing on skin color instead of the content of character. Worse than that, the president had the audacity to tie Dr. King to community organizer/Rules for Radicals author Saul Alinsky when he talked about how at Morehouse MLK was introduced to "the writings of Gandhi and Thoreau, and the theory of civil disobedience." 

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From the land of Totalitarianism: Death in Zimbabwe results in unusual US charge

May 21, 2013

From a political standpoint, if Robert Mugabe had a son, would he look like Barack Obama? Maybe this'll help sort it out.....

This image released by U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va.,
shows the damage to the car that allegedly hit and killed
Alois Pedzisai Matyoramhinga in Zimbawbe. Unusual circumstances
have left federal prosecutors pursuing vandalism charges against
Andrew Pastirik, a U.S. government worker accused of killing the
Zimbabwe man in a drunken driving collision. Much of the case against
Pastirik is shrouded in secrecy at a federal courthouse in northern
Virginia. Court documents show the only charge filed against Pastirik
in the 2008 death is one of "malicious mischief," or vandalism, for
wrecking a U.S. government-owned Toyota Land Cruiser he was driving.
(AP Photo/Department of Justice)
The facts laid out by prosecutors are plain: In 2008, a U.S. government employee on assignment in Zimbabwe drove through the capital of Harare in his government-issued Toyota Land Cruiser and struck and killed a 34-year-old Zimbabwe man.

Five years later, the driver, Andrew Pastirik of Woodbridge, is facing criminal charges in the U.S. Pastirik denies being drunk, but he does not dispute that he struck the man, Alois Pedzisai Matyoramhinga.

Yet the indictment against Pastirik mentions Matyoramhinga only in passing and Pastirik is not charged with murder or manslaughter, or even drunken driving. Rather, he is charged with vandalism -- or "malicious mischief" as it is called in the criminal code -- for causing more than $1,000 in damage to the Toyota Land Cruiser.

If convicted, he could face up to 10 years in prison.

This image provided by U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va.,
shows the Zimbabwe National Registration card for Alois Pedzisai 
Matyoramhinga. Unusual circumstances have left federal
prosecutors pursuing vandalism charges against Andrew Pastirik,
a U.S. government worker accused of killing Matyoramhinga in a
drunken driving collision. Much of the case against Pastirik is shrouded
in secrecy at a federal courthouse in northern Virginia. Court
documents show the only charge filed against Pastirik in the 2008
death is one of "malicious mischief," or vandalism, for wrecking a
U.S. government-owned Toyota Land Cruiser he was driving.
(AP Photo/Department of Justice)

Legal arguments are under way to determine whether Matyoramhinga's death can even be mentioned to a jury when his trial begins July 29.

Much of the case is shrouded in secrecy. Prosecutors, Pastirik's lawyer and Pastirik himself, who worked in the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service but is not currently employed there, won't comment.

Pretrial hearings were held behind closed doors "for national security reasons" under a law more typically used for terrorism and espionage cases. And court records don't say exactly why the case was brought nearly five years after the death, though in one filing, prosecutors attribute part of the delay to research on whether more severe charges could be brought.

The charge prosecutors ultimately settled on is an unusual one.

Michael Scharf, a law professor with Case Western Reserve University specializing in international law, said prosecutors are playing the hand that's been dealt to them.

"Although we do have a law on the books that allows the U.S. government to prosecute U.S. citizens who commit murder abroad, that does not apply to vehicular manslaughter. So the best the U.S. can do is charge the individual with destroying U.S. government property," Scharf said.

While the case is technically about the damage to the Land Cruiser, prosecutors argue they should be allowed to tell the jury that the damage occurred when Pastirik struck and killed Matyoramhinga.

"That the defendant, while intoxicated, struck a pedestrian with such force as to discharge bodily fluids onto the car, misremembered the location where the collision occurred, and offered conflicting explanations as to these events all tend to show that the defendant acted knowingly or carelessly in disregard of law," prosecutors Pragna Soni and Andrew Peterson wrote.

Pastirik's lawyer, meanwhile, argues Matyoramhinga is irrelevant to the case and should not even be mentioned in a vandalism case.

Allowing "evidence of the (death) injects a level of moral culpability that will confuse, agitate and confound the jury into thinking they are asked to decide whether the defendant took life, rather than destroyed a vehicle," wrote defense lawyer Joseph McCarthy.

Photos in the court file show Matyoramhinga's body lying face down in a field, his shoes knocked clear from his body.

The defense lawyer argues the damage to the government car was an unfortunate accident on a dark road, when Pastirik swerved to avoid an oncoming car. He says it lacks the willfulness necessary to prove vandalism.

The government said after Pastirik first reported the accident to a security officer at the U.S. embassy in Harare, he repeated, "This is bad" over and over. Pastirik told the security officer he knew it was bad because he had hit pedestrians before, when stationed in Afghanistan as an officer with the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service, which provides protection to ambassadors and other diplomats. In defense motions, Pastirik disputed he said that and disputed that he struck pedestrians in Afghanistan.

Court records said in the Zimbabwe death, Pastirik was drinking at Marine House where the Marines who guard the embassy in Zimbabwe are stationed. A Marine Corps spokeswoman said Pastirik was not a Marine.

Zimbabwe's ambassador to the United States, Machivenyika Mapuranga, said he hadn't heard of the case until he was contacted by an Associated Press reporter. He said he assumed Pastirik's case was properly handled in Zimbabwe, but added that if the U.S. asserted diplomatic immunity on Pastirik's behalf, Zimbabwe would not have been able to put him on trial for Matyoramhinga's death.

He said he understands the rationale for putting Pastirik on trial in the U.S. for vandalism.

"It's within their right to do so," he said of the U.S. government.

State Department spokeswoman Laura Seal declined to comment on whether the U.S. asserted diplomatic immunity on Pastirik's behalf.

While governments can claim immunity on behalf of their diplomats, they can also waive a diplomat's immunity.

In a high-profile case, the U.S. pressured the government of Georgia to waive immunity for diplomat Gueorgui Makharadze, who in 1997 slammed his Ford Taurus at high speed into a line of cars stopped for a traffic light in Washington, killing a 16-year-old Maryland girl. He was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault and spent more than three years in a U.S. prison before being returned to Georgia to serve the remainder of his sentence.


Monday, May 20, 2013

Pfeiffer on IRS Scandal: 'Law Is Irrelevant'

MAY 20, 2013

Obama aide Dan Pfeiffer was asked on TV this morning whether he thinks the IRS actions violated the law:

"Look, I can't speak to the law here," he said. "The law is irrelevant. The activity was outrageous and inexcusable."

source: tws

Arkansas' Democrat State Treasurer Arrested for Extortion

May 20, 2013

On Saturday the FBI arrested two-term Arkansas State Treasurer Martha Shoffner (D-Newport) on charges of "extortion under color of official right," a violation of the Hobbs Act, which prohibits actual or attempted robbery or extortion affecting interstate or foreign commerce.


Dr. Like Kermit Gosnell:New Stunning Photos, Testimony Show Texas Abortionist Kills Babies Born Alive

May 20, 2013

With the conviction of Kermit Gosnell for murdering babies born alive after botched abortions, the spotlight turns to other abortionists performing late-term abortions and accused by former workers of killing babies after they are born alive.

Operation Rescue and Life Dynamics have released videos, witness accounts and photos, of Texas abortionist Douglas Karpen, showing practices similar and as gruesome as those Gosnell was convicted of.

The informants also say they witnessed Karpen routinely kill babies
after they were born by puncturing the soft spot or impaling the stomach
with a sharp instrument, twisting the head off, or puncturing the
throat with his finger.

H/T Jill Stanek

Video below – Abortion Clinic Employees — “Babies born alive daily.

Photos of Babies 1 ; 2 by cherylsullenger

Follow up with Deborah Edge- “I worked at an abortion clinic like Dr. Gosnell’s ‘house of horrors

Cross Posted at Wake Up America


Everson: Illegal Immigrant rapist gets prison for impregnating girl, making her get abortion

May 20, 2013

EVERSON - An Everson man who impregnated a preteen girl and forced her to have an abortion must serve a six-year prison sentence, then leave the country.

Luis Gonzalez-Jose, 31, raped the girl at a home in rural Whatcom County while her mother was in the shower, according to charging documents filed in Whatcom County Superior Court.

He brought the girl to a Planned Parenthood clinic in August 2012. She told staff members that her 14-year-old boyfriend impregnated her, but she couldn't give the boy's name or address.

Six weeks after the abortion, the girl told a detective how she had really become pregnant. Gonzalez-Jose had insisted "it would be best for her" to not have the baby, according to the documents.

Gonzalez-Jose pleaded guilty to second-degree rape of a child in April. The girl's family refused to cooperate with prosecutors, according to a Department of Corrections report.

The department evaluator agreed with the plea bargain, recommending a sentence of six years and eight months in prison, but only on the condition that Gonzalez-Jose can never return to the United States afterward. Otherwise, the report stated, a longer sentence would be appropriate.

Superior Court Judge Charles Snyder approved the plea deal this week.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement will ensure that Gonzalez-Jose is deported upon his release. For now, he's locked up at the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton.


Obama Denies Role in Government

MAY 20, 2013

WASHINGTON — President Obama used his weekly radio address on Saturday to reassure the American people that he has “played no role whatsoever” in the U.S. government over the past four years.

“Right now, many of you are angry at the government, and no one is angrier than I am,” he said. “Quite frankly, I am glad that I have had no involvement in such an organization.”

Full story at The Borowitz Report

Report: Al Qaeda Affliate Takes Over Syrian Oil Fields

May 20, 2013

Al Qaeda and its affiliates in Syria are reportedly funding their activities by selling oil from fields they took from Bashar al-Assad.    READ MORE

The ADHD scam that exposes a lack of science within the psychiatric industry


(NaturalNews) The diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a total scam designed by the psychiatric profession in order to sell the need for "treatment" and drugs. Now, don't get me wrong, there are plenty of children (and adults) suffering with concentration or behavioral issues. But, do we really need toxic drugs to solve the problem?

Continue to story...

Sunday, May 19, 2013

How to Disarm the Armed Citizen - Part 1: Ignorance

May 19, 2013

Biloxi, Mississippi --( There are three ways to disarm the Armed Citizen without firing a shot.

During this video series, we will discuss all three.

Keep Reading..

Obama's Scandal Trifecta Prompts Comparisons with Nixon & Truman Administrations

May 19, 2013

President Obama’s administration was hit with three major scandals at the same time: the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups, the AP phone-records grab by the Department of Justice, and the proven cover-up of the Benghazi terrorist attack.

source: ijreview

DIY Firearms Makers Are Already Replicating And Remixing The 3D-Printed Gun (Photos)

May 19, 2013

A photo of a 3D-printed Liberator pistol posted on Twitter by the New Hampshire group the Free State Project.

Just a week after the release of blueprints for the world’s first fully 3D-printable gun, the firearm known as the Liberator is already reproducing–and evolving.

Photos floating around Twitter and sent to me by readers show the DIY weapon created by the high-tech gunsmithing group Defense Distributed beginning to fulfill its promise: To allow anyone to create a handgun at home with an Internet connection and a 3D printer, potentially circumventing all gun control laws. And the State Department’s legal move late last week to remove those blueprints from Defense Distributed’s website,, may have only made the group’s fans more eager to print their own plastic gun in defiance of the government’s takedown.

A version of the gun printed by Maryland software engineer Travis Lerol
with a printed barrel. He says he's also experimenting with metal-reinforced
and epoxy-cast barrels as well as different calibers of ammunition.
Travis Lerol, a 30-year-old former military software engineer in Glen Burnie, Maryland, printed his Liberator (shown at right) within days of its appearing online. Unlike the original printed gun, he says he’s altered his to have a rifled barrel, a move designed to avoid the National Firearms Act, which regulates improvised and altered weapons and has a provision covering “smooth-bored” pistols. He’s also built another version of the barrel for .22 ammunition that uses a metal insert for reinforcement, instead of the entirely-plastic barrel for .380 rounds used in Defense Distributed’s original. And he’s cast versions of the Liberator’s barrel in epoxy that take .380 and .45 ammunition, a design he argues will be more durable than the pure ABS plastic Defense Distributed tested.

“When the Liberator came out, I was pretty curious and also surprised that the barrel hadn’t exploded when they fired it,” says Lerol. “I want to progress it from the entry level it’s at now to something more advanced, and then put that information back up to share.”

A Liberator printed on a $1,725 Lulzbot 3D printer.

Another DIY gunsmith and engineer, who asked that I call him only “Joe” to protect his anonymity, printed his version of the Liberator (shown at right) over the last weekend on a $1,725 Lulzbot AO-101, a 3D-printer that costs a small fraction of the industrial Stratasys Dimension SST printer that Defense Distributed bought for $8,000 secondhand and used to create its prototype. Joe, who also rifled and extended the gun’s barrel, added metal hardware to hold his gun together rather than the plastic printed pins in the original.

He hasn’t tested his more affordable version of the weapon yet, but he says he’s confident it can fire a .380 round just as well as the gun Defense Distributed printed on its higher-end printer. “I’m an avid gunsmith, and I’m about one hundred percent sure it’s going to work,” he says.

And why print his own gun? Partly defiance of the State Department’s attempt to suppress the gun’s blueprint and partly “just for the hell of it,” he says. “I’m a big believer that information should be free. You can’t ban things outright just because they scare some people,” he says. “Also, it’s a neat concept that hasn’t been done before, and I have the perfect skills to make it happen.”

By all appearances, the State Department’s efforts to take the CAD file for the Liberator offline for possible export control violations have done more to generate interest in the printable gun than to prevent its spread. In just the two days before the government’s takedown letter to Defense Distributed, the gun was downloaded more than 100,000 times. It’s also been uploaded at least a dozen times to the Pirate Bay, and more than four thousand users are now making the file available on their computers for download via bittorrent, compared with just a handful early last week.

The Liberator printed on a Stratasys 3D printer
by Michael Guslick.
Downloading the gun’s blueprints has become a kind of “Streisand effect” says Michael Guslick, a hobbyist gunsmith and one of the first engineers to write about his experiments in printing and testing 3D-printable firearm components. Guslick printed his own Liberator using a printer similar to Defense Distributed’s (shown above) and has been searching for others who have printed the gun over the last week.

He says he’s found that only a small fraction of those who download the gun’s blueprints are actually putting them to use. But he compares the weapon’s CAD file to the encryption program PGP, the first strong cryptographic software available to non-government users, which like the Liberator became the target of a State Department investigation for export control violations after it was released online in 1993. “ A lot of people downloaded [PGP's] source code, but very few compiled it,” says Guslick. “It became an act of passive rebellion.”

By the time the State Department decided not to indict PGP’s creator Philip Zimmermann, three years later, his tool had already spread around the world and helped to inspire a cypherpunk movement that created everything from WikiLeaks to Bitcoin. If the backlash against the Liberator’s takedown follows a similar path, the evolution of the 3D-printed gun may be just beginning.

source: forbes

Bye, Bye Beretta

May 19, 2013

Beretta USA has been headquartered in Maryland for many years. But Maryland’s left-wing governor, Martin O’Malley, has just signed legislation that, among other things, bans the possession or use of average-capacity magazines. Beretta naturally views this as an insult to its products, its customers and its employees, and is looking for a new home. I like Beretta’s statement on the issue:    READ HERE