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  • Pastors Get Heated Over Trump Meeting: At Least ‘Prostitutes Get Money,’ You Got Nothing!

    11/30/2015 7:38:14 PM PST · 8 of 34
    usnavy_cop_retired to Sarah Barracuda

    What I want to see is how the Dems will react if these pastors start talking from the pulpit about how Trump will be good for the US. I’ll bet that they demand the church’s tax exempt gets pulled.

  • House Republicans begin impeachment against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen

    10/27/2015 8:23:02 PM PDT · 18 of 33
    usnavy_cop_retired to Kenny

    About time they did this

  • Couples who sued Kim Davis seek order halting use of altered marriage licenses

    09/21/2015 10:05:30 PM PDT · 10 of 30
    usnavy_cop_retired to The Ghost of FReepers Past

    The point is they have been issued their license, and if I remember correctly, they got married. They are no longer a party to this issue because their “harm” has been resolved. They want Kim to sign her name to the licenses in order to make her capitulate to them.

    The Fed court has no more authority, (if it ever had any), over this since the legality of the licenses is a matter purely for the state court.

  • Tech Company: No Indication that Clinton’s E-Mail Server Was ‘Wiped’

    09/12/2015 4:20:44 PM PDT · 24 of 64
    usnavy_cop_retired to odawg

    So where is the second server? Why hasn’t the FBI confiscated the second server, which would have TS documents on it.

  • Constitutionality of Planned Parenthood Defunding Plans

    08/29/2015 6:28:56 AM PDT · 9 of 15
    usnavy_cop_retired to arthurus

    As the Supreme Court said in the ACA case, the Congress can establish a program and give the states a choice to join or not, (think Medicare expansion). The states can not be coerced into accepting the terms of the program but once they agree to take the money they are stuck with the rules attached. If the states voluntarily accept the program it is not unconstitutional. I think that no state should get involved in these programs and instead demand that the Feds send the money back to the states to use as they see fit.

  • Constitutionality of Planned Parenthood Defunding Plans

    08/29/2015 4:57:08 AM PDT · 3 of 15
    usnavy_cop_retired to Sean_Anthony

    The states are not on totally constitutional grounds on this. They took the Title X, (etc), funds with all the strings attached. This is contract law 101. The Feds can withhold the funds, which I think is good for the states so that they cut the Fed strings. Some funds that the Feds want to withhold may not be legal for them to withhold, but that will be up to the courts to determine.

  • IRS Must Say If White House Sought Taxpayers’ Information: Judge

    08/29/2015 1:07:47 AM PDT · 15 of 27
    usnavy_cop_retired to Mark17

    I doubt that Trump or Cruz will play by those “rules”. I expect Attorney General Mark Levin, (or Trey Gowdy), to go for the jugular.

  • BREAKING: Trump Likely to be BANNED from Future Republican Debates

    08/21/2015 3:28:48 AM PDT · 95 of 194
    usnavy_cop_retired to mkjessup

    I will bet that Trump already has infrastructure ready to go independent. He plans ahead for all contingencies.

  • Dems: Keep Trump's name off new DC hotel

    08/18/2015 8:53:54 PM PDT · 12 of 57
    usnavy_cop_retired to dragnet2

    Knowing Trump’s legal staff is one of the best, I am sure that the name of the hotel is in the lease and can not be dictated by the GSA, (government).

  • State Department Accused Of ‘Incompetence’ After It ‘Finds’ 81,000 Clinton Aide Emails

    08/17/2015 3:33:08 PM PDT · 49 of 63
    usnavy_cop_retired to usnavy_cop_retired

    correction: 20 boxes of emails, (paper form).

  • State Department Accused Of ‘Incompetence’ After It ‘Finds’ 81,000 Clinton Aide Emails

    08/17/2015 3:29:00 PM PDT · 47 of 63
    usnavy_cop_retired to Vic S

    The article stated that he “ALSO” turned over two boxes of emails from his personal account/s. That means he provided the personal/official emails over that had been transmitted on personal accounts, (commercial), in paper form and some may be from his back and forth with Hillary. I wonder if he had a Clinton.com address also?


    08/16/2015 4:28:57 PM PDT · 30 of 133
    usnavy_cop_retired to DouglasKC

    The first thing that hit me reading this is his refusal to play PC. Notice he does not say “African American”, but instead consistently says “black”. Love the cajones in that. The PC police will go crazy.

  • What everyone with a Top Secret security clearance knows – or should know

    08/14/2015 7:02:08 PM PDT · 33 of 45
    usnavy_cop_retired to LibertyOh

    You are correct. I spent almost 5 years as a GS-11 doing security background investigations for DIS and any lies on the security questionnaire or found during the background investigation would, at the minimum, result in months of delays in the completion of the case. One guy I investigated was up for a TS at a warehouse that handled materials for a secret aircraft manufacturer and lied about his wife’s background, (she was a Vietnamese refugee), and about his receiving welfare money for her under her maiden name. He never got the clearance because of this.

  • Judge orders Kentucky clerk to issue marriage licenses

    08/13/2015 12:43:32 AM PDT · 33 of 82
    usnavy_cop_retired to Signalman

    Then you must be against a grocery store clerk, (muslim), refusing to check out bacon, or a taxi driver refusing to take a passenger with a service dog.

    The Supreme Court has said that the employer must make reasonable accommodations, such as having another clerk in the office issue the license. Many of the clerks have asked for that type of accommodation but the Governor has refused that option.

  • Trump and Alinsky's Rules for Radicals

    08/07/2015 10:25:03 PM PDT · 26 of 79
    usnavy_cop_retired to HiTech RedNeck

    Hillary’s camp, (nor Hillary herself), have responded to Carly. That tells me that they are scared of her and don’t want to give Carly’s statement any more press than they have to.

  • Trump and Alinsky's Rules for Radicals

    08/07/2015 10:08:07 PM PDT · 8 of 79
    usnavy_cop_retired to flaglady47

    To a lesser extent Carly is doing the same thing to Hillary with her “liar, liar” sound bite. And she has refused to back off of it, (see the Chris Matthews interview after the debate).


    08/02/2015 8:13:04 PM PDT · 4 of 30
    usnavy_cop_retired to MinorityRepublican

    Ha, Ha. Hillery’s not up to debating Socialist/Communist Sanders so they cancel the debates, but not publicly cancelled. Everything is being done to protect Hillary!!

  • What’s happening to this heroic Navy officer from the Chattanooga shooting will make your blood BOIL

    08/01/2015 8:53:07 AM PDT · 25 of 43
    usnavy_cop_retired to GreyFriar

    I said when this info first hit that the Marines, and sailors would be subjected to a courts-martial. I am sad to say I was correct.

  • Texas fights immigrants’ lawsuit over birth certificates

    07/23/2015 5:11:21 AM PDT · 7 of 16
    usnavy_cop_retired to Lurking Libertarian

    My take on this is that Texas is saying that the parents can’t prove who they are when they go to get a copy of the BC. The birth is registered but they can’t get a copy. One SSN scam has been to get BC’s of dead, newly born and children. The scammers then get the SSN’s associated with the BC and use it for work.

  • BREAKING: Navy Officer, Marine Returned Fire In Chattanooga Terrorist Attack

    07/22/2015 2:38:02 AM PDT · 3 of 22
    usnavy_cop_retired to markomalley

    Wait for it. Wait. Wait. Soon these two will be courts martialed, or forced to leave the military. Can’t have our military men shooting at Muslims in the good old US.

  • Newspaper: Wisconsin prison guard suspended for Obama post

    07/06/2015 6:15:11 AM PDT · 14 of 20
    usnavy_cop_retired to Gen.Blather

    Funny how when it’s a Dem the records are off limits because they are concerning personel matters.

  • Gunman killed by ex-CNN anchor Lynn Russell’s husband was Tennessee parolee

    07/03/2015 5:58:51 PM PDT · 8 of 9
    usnavy_cop_retired to Extremely Extreme Extremist

    Here is a question that needs to be answered:

    These CNN are both concealed carry permit holders. They were driving from DC to California. How many firearm laws did they violate, (such as NY and NJ laws), and did DC issue the permits?

  • Donald Trump Will Allow Illegal Immigrants To Stay In U.S. On One Condition

    06/28/2015 6:29:36 AM PDT · 28 of 153
    usnavy_cop_retired to C. Edmund Wright

    Yes. I know many a wallboarder that lost their jobs/businesses because of illegals that used stolen SSN’s and took these jobs. Roofers, construction workers, mechanics, cooks, (some restaurants will not even interview you if you are caucasion). So, yes, they take jobs away from citizens and lower wages in some/most industies.

  • After Gay Marriage Decision, Mississippi May Stop Issuing All Marriage Licenses

    06/27/2015 7:49:40 PM PDT · 243 of 266
    usnavy_cop_retired to GeronL

    Guaranteed if states get out of the marriage licensing business, The Dems will just make marriage a federal license and that will nullify all other marriage related laws such as polygamy, age etc. However, that would also make the Congress have to deal with age of consent, numbers of “partners”, familial relationships, etc. And then the SC would have to deal with the 9th and 10th Amendment since they would be in violation of the constitution as it relates to states rights and federalism.

    Pop corn anyone?

  • State wants 2 trials for officers charged in Gray case

    06/27/2015 12:03:17 AM PDT · 6 of 16
    usnavy_cop_retired to sickoflibs

    I can see two reaons for asking for this.

    1, she gets two trials going at the same time with different judges, (hoping to get a liberal judge for the second trial and a conviction or plea bargain).

    2, By splitting up the defendents she can offer immunity for the two defendents in order to lie about the facts against the other four.

    The defense would be stupid to accept this since if even one defendent is considered by the jury to have been overcharged or not responsible for Gray’s death the likelyhood of the others getting acquitted is higher, (or at least a low misdemeanor conviction for them.

  • Ex-charity exec who helped expose $500G Clinton Foundation donation faces legal threats

    06/21/2015 2:49:20 AM PDT · 3 of 13
    usnavy_cop_retired to topher

    I actually hope that HHF files a law suit. Discovery will be great pop corn time.

  • What Kind Of A Phone Number Is This ?

    06/03/2015 2:00:53 AM PDT · 21 of 62
    usnavy_cop_retired to no-to-illegals

    The area code is the second set of three numbers he listed. The 252 will be the country code. The Philippines, where I live, is 063. The US is 001. Since it is displaying the country code on the cell phone it is an overseas call originating in Somalia.

  • What Kind Of A Phone Number Is This ?

    06/03/2015 1:46:52 AM PDT · 14 of 62
    usnavy_cop_retired to BykrBayb

    Google is your friend:

    The Somalia country code 252 will allow you to call Somalia from another country. Somalia telephone code 252 is dialed after the IDD. Somalia international dialing 252 is followed by an area code.

  • GOP likely to feel the heat if court decision guts Obamacare [Who gave us this ACA mess?]

    05/26/2015 5:33:15 AM PDT · 37 of 60
    usnavy_cop_retired to DoodleDawg

    Totally disagree. The Dems believe that the masses love the sudsidies but the red state folks have seen enough of the rise in premiums, cost and deductibles for plans that they had that were affordable and met their needs. I believe that they will blame Obama for this fiasco. My thoughts but I hope I am correct

  • GOP likely to feel the heat if court decision guts Obamacare [Who gave us this ACA mess?]

    05/26/2015 3:59:28 AM PDT · 11 of 60
    usnavy_cop_retired to DrDude

    Notice that the MSM is now coming out with various stories with the “GOP will get the blame for ACA ruling” meme all at the same time. This case was strickly about a statute not the constitutionality of the ACA in whole.

    Chief Justice Roberts saved the ACA from being ruled unconstitional, (wrongly I believe), but in accordance with Supreme Court precedence to save the law from being unconstitional if at all possible. The statute does not get the same deference.

    This ruling, if it goes as predicted, will be a major election year issue which the Dems can not run away from. The MSM is having a fit trying to make the GOP own the deceision but that will not happen. Even the liberal Ron Fournier agrees that the Dems will own this lock, stock and barrel.

  • Obama admin tells immigration judge: Amnesty Has Already Begun

    05/04/2015 6:54:14 AM PDT · 19 of 35
    usnavy_cop_retired to bmwcyle

    Does anyone have a link to the filing by the DOJ. I’d love to read it.

  • Christians to Gays: We'll Accept Your Business and Donate Your Money to 'Traditional Pro-Family Lobb

    04/12/2015 7:48:13 AM PDT · 7 of 268
    usnavy_cop_retired to kanawa

    Can one of our Freeper Attorneys provide the legal pros and cons of this idea. I like the idea but am not sure of the legal problems that might come from this tactic.

  • Court declines to lift hold on Obama's immigration actions

    04/07/2015 9:42:01 PM PDT · 8 of 25
    usnavy_cop_retired to Regulator

    What I loved was the Judge throwing Obama’s own words back at him. He cited Obama telling a Hispanic organization that if the Border Patrol folks did not comply with his orders there would be “consequences”. The judge stated that that statement made it abundantly clear that there is no “discretion” allowed by the agents for deportation of illegal aliens under current immigration laws. The judge made clear that DHS is required to post the new DAPA and revised DACA policy in the Federal Register under the APA, thus requiring a comment period for the public to make their views known.

    What a slam to the Administration.Read the decision. It is a good read, and not long.

  • Standing Up To The Gay Gestapo: Right Vs. Rabid

    04/02/2015 4:06:42 AM PDT · 17 of 31
    usnavy_cop_retired to Deagle

    I would suggest that every business owner that provides an “artisitic” service such as wedding cake design, wedding floral arrangements, etc. should cease providing delivery and set-up for any of these kinds of events. Do a contract that says you will provide the product, (In the case of cakes without personalized writings and ornaments). My contract would require the customer to arrange the pick-up and set-up of the product at their expense. Photographers are at a totally different situation and I do not know how to structure that resolution. As for other professionals such as medical providers who do not wish to be forced to perform abortion or sex change surgery, (yes this will be next), I would suggest a sign on the business door and on all paperwork that the patient has to sign that makes it clear that these are not services that they offer at any time.

  • White House: Obama Finds Religious Freedom Laws ‘Unthinkable’

    04/01/2015 7:48:07 PM PDT · 88 of 106
    usnavy_cop_retired to jessduntno

    Several leftist articles I have read in the last few days made a point of what is truly behind all of this. Basically their point is that the Federal RFRA was passed to protect the minority religious freedom but that it should not be extended to the majority. Christians/Jews are the majority so they should not have this protection.

    They also object to individuals having a right to use the RFRA as a defense in private civil suits. So if a person sues you for not providing a service that you object to based on your deeply held religious conviction they don’t want you to force them to prove that you don’t have a 1st ammendment right, (and a RFRA backed right), to refuse service to them.

    A prime example would be an OB/GYN who is a devout Catholic being sued because he refused to perform an abortion. They want to destroy him/her but if the OB/GYN has the right to argue that his/her deeply held religious convictions prevent him/her from performing an abortion the complainant may lose the suit.

    Keep in mind that in “civil rights” lawsuits under federal law, (section 1989), there is no limit on financial damages.

  • Ted Cruz defends presidential credentials

    03/29/2015 6:09:53 PM PDT · 44 of 51
    usnavy_cop_retired to Hardens Hollow

    He has executive experience.

    Running a 4,000 person agency maybe not the same as running a state but it does require one to use managing skills that community orginizing does not.

    He has shown he is able to meet budget goals, manage personnel, (some, I’m sure, had to be terminated by him), and he had to determine which lawyers were best suited for which case and then monitor the progress of the cases being pursued.

    He also would have had the final say on what cases to not pursue because of budget and personnel considerations.

    Finally, from Google search: Prior to becoming Solicitor General, he served as the Director of the Office of Policy Planning at the Federal Trade Commission, as Associate Deputy Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice, and as Domestic Policy Advisor on the 2000 Bush-Cheney campaign.

  • Obama calls for mandatory voting in U.S.

    03/18/2015 3:47:55 PM PDT · 96 of 137
    usnavy_cop_retired to molson209

    During the Marcos regime in the Philippines, (circa 1970’s), all citizens were required to vote in a referendum to determine if Marcus would stay in powere under Martial Law. Voters had to use a pencil only for voting. Miraculously Marcos won 90 plus % of the vote. Imagine how many more votes he would have gotten if there was computer voting machines then.

  • The Audacity of Hill ... Mark Steyn

    03/11/2015 12:54:54 AM PDT · 10 of 32
    usnavy_cop_retired to Dagnabitt

    James Rogen, (sic), from Fox News reported that Dept of State IT insiders told him that Hillary kept pressing them to approve an Iphone for her use instead of the BlackBerry that is Govt issue.


    Because Apple’s encryption is unbreakable and they will not give out their encryption key to the Feds.

    If she had the Iphone to use for official business there would be no way for the Dept of State to look into the phone and find out what she had sent to folks without a .Gov account. Thus, no reason to keep the private server.

    Since the IT folks refused, at least twice, to let her use the Iphone she had to keep the private server up so that what she did on the internet, and who she emailed, could not be seen by the “peasants”, (us).

  • Texas Gov. Greg Abbott: ‘Federal Judge Just Granted My Request to Halt Obama’s Executive Amnesty

    02/16/2015 10:23:08 PM PST · 94 of 269
    usnavy_cop_retired to Ray76
  • Panel warns Tricare in ‘death spiral’ (Different than Husseincare's death panels)

    02/13/2015 12:30:55 AM PST · 30 of 39
    usnavy_cop_retired to leapfrog0202

    When OBAMACARE was first being discussed, (before it passed), I said that DOD wanted it because that would give them a chance to dump Tricare beneficiaries onto the private sector and keep the money for weapons instead.

    The problems that will ensue if they do this is active duty family members will be forced to travel to see doctors and come up with the high deductibles and co-pays. Add to that the frequent transfers to another state with the need to apply again for insurance on the state exchange, (or Federal Exchange for that state), and you will see many cases of lapsed coverage and financial strain caused by that.

    Finally, how do they handle dependents overseas? Especialy where there is no military hospital. Currently Tricare Global remote Overseas,(Prime ), contracts with local providers and hospitals for care for active duty and family members and Tricare pays the bill.

    Then you have the issue of Tricare Standard overseas for retirees and their dependents. We would be left without any medical insurance, (which we earned and which was promised to us). US insurance companies won’t/can’t provide the coverage overseas because of all the rules of the different countries involved. Will DOD provide us with a “premium” in order to purchase local health insurance? Most overseas health inshurance companies have a 60-65 age limit for insurability.

    As much as I dislike Tricare Standard overseas, (which in most cases requires us to file claims at the level required by US insurance companies and which locals doctors and hospital are unable to document at that level), at least we are getting better at “perfecting” our claims to the US standards, albeit with a lot of research on the internet to get the correct medical terminology and details required. Losing Tricare would leave us in limbo and the US Government would be breaking the promise of this benefit that we earned.

  • CA: Thomas Greer as example; Do not Talk to Reporters after a Shooting

    01/29/2015 7:45:07 AM PST · 24 of 25
    usnavy_cop_retired to luvbach1

    Wrong. A warrant is not needed if the reason for entering your home is Exigent circumstances. In other words they had a call, (in your case, I assume), that someone was in danger of physical injury. Or, they are in “hot pursuit” of a person believed to have committed a felony. otherwise, they need a warrant to enter.

    When they arrive at the door demand they produce a warrant before you let them in. Once in your house anything in plain view, (if illegal, sarc), is evidence that allows them to search more.

    Do not allow the cops inside unless they have a warrant!

    If the warrant says a gun, they cannot look in an ice cube tray for it since it is not reasonable to find a gun there, (even if you have stolen diamonds hidden there that evidence would be thrown out by the court).

    If they are searching for a person they cannot look in the dresser drawers and in the kitchen drawers because it is not reasonable for a person to hide in them. Nor can they look for a person under the couch cushions.

    Yea, I’m being silly with the examples but these have been reasons to exclude evidence illegally obtained by cops that have tried to go “beyond” the parameters of the search warrant.

    Remember, a warrant must detail what is being looked for and what is to be searched. If the warrant says to search the house, it does not include the car in the driveway, etc.

  • CA: Thomas Greer as example; Do not Talk to Reporters after a Shooting

    01/29/2015 6:09:33 AM PST · 14 of 25
    usnavy_cop_retired to miss marmelstein

    I spent 20 years as a military “cop” specializing in investigations and interrogations. I loved it when the suspect wanted to try to convince me he was innocent. trust me, it never works.

    My advice to anyone suspected of a crime or involved in a physical incident is “KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT”. A good investigator will already know what the basic story is and anything you say can then be twisted to make you look guilty.

    Insist on a search warrant and never waive your rights. make the the cops get a warrant if they have probable cause. And call a lwayer immediately. if you don’t have one you know, have the number of legal aid available and use it.

  • Cops Shutdown High School Kids Trying to Earn Money by Shoveling Snow

    01/29/2015 5:54:31 AM PST · 20 of 112
    usnavy_cop_retired to needmorePaine

    Back in the early 60’s while living in Lindsey California, in the fall, I would go around town and offer to climb the trees and knock down “all” the leaves so that there would be only one time that the leaves needed to be raked up. I made a fortune, (or it seemed for a 12 year old kid). I had lots of money for Christmas presents, (and snacks). No one thought that I was breaking any laws.

    I have mowed lawns in the summer, pulled weeds for a fast food restaurants, (which resulted in a full time summer job). I worked as an unofficial assistant manager for KFC as a 17 year old High School student, (40 + hours a week, which was against the labor laws), and made the weekend bank drops, hired and fired employees and ordered all the supplies because the “manager” wanted to race cars from Friday night until Sunday night.

    I have never been without a source of income. Even when unemployed I was using a friends tow truck to pick up junk cars from peoeple’s property and selling them to the salvage yards, (average sale was $200 per car, for which I gave my friend $100 for the use of the tow truck).

    Taking away the desire of the youth to earn a little spending money and to learn the lesson of hard work is a travesty. We need kids with the drive to work for what they want.

  • Welfare drug testing pilot program signed into law by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder

    12/26/2014 8:00:41 PM PST · 9 of 28
    usnavy_cop_retired to cripplecreek

    Eventually, but I don’t think anyone has standing until the counties have been picked and someone is ordered to be tested. Since this is a Pilot program the “statewide” application is not there and no one has had their rights violated until they have been ordered to be tested. I can see someone alleging that he/she may be ordered to be tested, but that would entail having to admit to drug use as their reason to not want to be tested.

    At least that is the way i see it.


    12/10/2014 8:09:01 PM PST · 8 of 55
    usnavy_cop_retired to gaijin

    Not sure if it will make a difference with this judge but the latest bragging by Obama stating that once he gives these illegals a work permit and SSN then no future President would be able to undo what “the KING” has done. I hope that Sheriff Joe amends his request for the injunction to add that statement as proof of the need for the injunction to maintain the status quo.

  • Effects of the Affordable Care Act on Economic Productivity

    11/24/2014 12:27:04 AM PST · 5 of 7
    usnavy_cop_retired to kaehurowing

    The easy answe for many corporations is to hire people under the DACA or the new amnesty. They are not eligible to purchase health care on the exchanges and can only get health care as part of their employment benefit packages. Thus, to avoid the penalty you hire the non-eligible illegals and designate tham as not eligible for your employer insurance.

    Here is an explanation of what health care DACA people are eligible for;

    What are the health care restrictions released by the Obama administration on August 28, 2012?

    The Obama administration released two official policy announcements on August 28, 2012, that affect the eligibility for federal health care programs of individuals granted deferred action under the administration’s “deferred action for childhood arrivals” (DACA) policy. The policies announced on August 28 — issued as federal regulations and guidance — do not affect any other immigration category and do not affect individuals granted deferred action apart from the DACA policy.

    The announcement changes federal rules for DACA-eligible individuals by excluding them from affordable health insurance options that are available to other individuals with deferred action. See below for more details.

    Before the changes announced on August 28, some DACA-eligible individuals would have gained access to more options for affordable and comprehensive health insurance. Youth granted DACA who are under 21 years of age or pregnant and who are otherwise eligible would have been able to apply for free or low-cost health insurance through a state’s Medicaid program or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in about half of the states. In some states, pregnant women will continue to have access to federal health insurance coverage under CHIP regardless of their immigration status. (See the NILC table “Medical Assistance Programs for Immigrants in Various States” (PDF).)

    After 2014, DACA-eligible individuals would have had additional options to buy affordable health insurance in their state as a result of federal health care reform. (The health care reform law’s name is the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Sometimes it is referred to as “Obamacare.”)

    As a result of the August 28 changes, DACA-eligible individuals will remain excluded from almost all affordable health insurance options. They will be treated as though they are undocumented, even though they are otherwise considered lawfully present and are eligible for a work permit and a Social Security number. Unless their state has established a state-funded health coverage program, their only opportunity to obtain affordable, comprehensive health insurance may be through employment.
    When do the restrictions go into effect?

    The restrictions are effective August 30, 2012. The restrictions apply to every DACA-eligible individual effective immediately.

  • Executive Branch DOES NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY to Seize the power of Legislative/Judical branch

    11/22/2014 1:03:43 AM PST · 6 of 30
    usnavy_cop_retired to 867V309

    Has anyone seen the executive Order?

    There does not appear to be one. There are two orders that establish study groups to study immigration and report back to the president on how the immigration system can be improved but no EO that directs the actions he outlined, (vaquely), in his speech.

    There is also Secretary Jeh Johnson’s order of prosecutorial discretion that catagorizes the types of illegal immigrants that are priority, but that is within the law for him to do that.

    Then, read the transcropt of O’s speech and you will see that he never once says “Executive Order”.

    I think that 1) he knows that if he signs an EO with specificity of the actions he is ordering than he gives standing for a law suit. 2) he punked the GOPe’s, (and the latino community), because he has not ordered any action, officially, to be performed by his executive agencies.

    How does this help him? It gets the news cycle on the conservative media screaming bloody murder and it makes the latino community think he has just fulfilled his promise for amnesty. He can then say “see how radical the Republicans are that they would jump to the conclusion that I had violated the law and constitution when I actually only ordered that the subject be studied. See how much they hate immigrants and want to harm them. They have no compassion”.

    Any thoughts?


    11/21/2014 8:17:32 AM PST · 128 of 143
    usnavy_cop_retired to Rodamala

    The ability to have an SSN also makes them eligible for EITC. Now, what would happen if Congress refused to fund the IRS unless O sign a bill for IRS funding that denies EITC for all DACA and the new “amnesty” eligible illegals. Who in the general public would be outraged that the IRS was defunded? I highly doubt that the general public will be up in arms about the closing of the IRS.

  • 'Born and raised' Texans forced to prove identities under new voter ID law (Ebola level barf)

    10/27/2014 6:00:32 PM PDT · 77 of 90
    usnavy_cop_retired to BenLurkin

    According to the story he is 45 y/o now. His ID expired in 2000. So for 14 years he had no ID.

    What name is on his Social Security card?

    Is it the same as his birth certificate?

    If not, then what name and documents did his parents use to get him a SSN?

    Chances are he has some form of ID since he can’t sell scrap, (bottles and cans) to a recycler without ID. I had a friend that worked for a recycler as a semi driver and I have watched the process. Even the street people have to show ID to sell cans and bottles.

    Most likely he is trying to fly under the radar so as not to have to file tax returns or has warrants out for him under one of his names.

  • Suspicious Email Messages

    08/04/2014 6:56:57 PM PDT · 42 of 43
    usnavy_cop_retired to JimRed

    This appears to be like “my daily flog” which invites you to see pictures from a friend. Once you agree and go through the sign up they highjack your address book and send request in your name to folks in your address book pretending to be you.

    Several of my friends have had this happen with Linkedin lately. The one that had responded to the invite from a “supposed” friend found that his address book was high jacked and he can’t get off of the “Linkedin” member list. i don’t know if he has checked to see if he actually was on the Linkedin official site or an imposter site.

    I always send an email to the person that supposedly sent the invite and ask them if they actually sent it. I have never had anyone reply that they sent the invite.

    Delete, spam it and never respond to these “invites”.