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  • 'Guys with Guns Dictate Policy'

    04/19/2014 7:51:03 AM PDT · by rktman · 41 replies
    CNSNews.com ^ | 4/18/2014 | Jen Kuznicki
    Over the weekend, I spent a lot of time reading about the Bundy Ranch Saga, looking into the area in Nevada where the Bundys live, and asking Google a bunch of questions I wanted answers to. While researching, I happened upon a press release from an environmental group, and decided to call the person listed as the "contact" person. The leftist environmentalist and I had about a 45 minute conversation over the phone about the Bundy Ranch, Nevada, and the history of what has been happening there, from his perspective. It was a long time to be on the phone,...
  • Jerk of the Week - Gay Marriage Activists

    04/05/2014 11:14:12 AM PDT · by rightwingerpatriot · 10 replies
    Rightwingpatriot.com ^ | April 5, 2014 | Rightwingerpatriot
    Liberals are always spouting that they practice tolerance and that mean old conservatives are all bigots who would round up undesirables into internment camps if given half a chance. We know that such views are nonsense, and that progressive liberals prove themselves on a daily basis to be festering mounds of hate and anger. If there's one thing I despise, it's rank hypocrisy and many of our Jerk of the Week winners are guilty of practicing it. Our winner this week is also guilty of this charge and they're becoming increasingly emboldened. Their actions have hit the internet this week...
  • An Open Letter to the Legislative Tyrants of Connecticut.

    02/27/2014 11:53:11 AM PST · by Nachum · 21 replies
    Sipsey Street Irregulars ^ | 2/27/14 | Dutchman 6
    Open Letter to the Legislative Tyrants of Connecticut. An Open Letter to the Legislative Tyrants of Connecticut.Sent via email. To the CT State Senators And Representatives who voted Yes on "An Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Children's Safety, also known as Public Law 13-3 or Connecticut Senate Bill No. 1160," 3 April 2013.And, yes, I said tyrants. You bought it, in the form of the woefully misnamed "Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Children's Safety," you own it, you are certainly -- if you get your way -- going to pay for it like it or not, so...
  • Lincoln and Obama: Two Tyrants

    02/23/2014 6:39:53 PM PST · by grumpa · 224 replies
    Off Grid Blog ^ | February 23, 2014 | Off Grid Blogger
    Few people understand how lawless Abraham Lincoln was in propagating our country’s biggest nightmare—the Civil War. And not enough people sense the parallel of Obama’s emerging lawlessness. Lincoln achieved his political aims by bullying—rather than effective, innovative solutions and negotiations. Here are some facts: • Lincoln closed more than 300 newspapers that disagreed with him. • He arrested members of state legislatures, preventing them from debating the secession issue. • He ordered military trials for citizens when civilian courts were available. Many of these trials resulted in hangings. • Operating as a military dictator, Lincoln spent millions not authorized by...
  • EPA preparing to unleash a deluge of new regulations

    11/27/2013 12:29:53 PM PST · by Red Badger · 31 replies
    http://dailycaller.com ^ | 2:13 PM 11/27/2013 | Michael Bastasch
    Happy holidays from the Obama administration. Federal agencies are currently working on rolling out hundreds of environmental regulations, including major regulations that would limit emissions from power plants and expand the agency’s authority to bodies of water on private property. On Tuesday, the White House released its regulatory agenda for the fall of 2013. It lists hundreds of pending energy and environmental regulations being crafting by executive branch agencies, including 134 regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency alone. The EPA is currently crafting 134 major and minor regulations, according to the White House’s regulatory agenda. Seventy-six of the EPA’s pending...
  • Utah's National Parks Starting to Open

    10/11/2013 2:00:04 PM PDT · by zippythepinhead · 17 replies
    Deseret News ^ | 10/11/2013 | Dennis Romboy
    SALT LAKE CITY — National Park Service workers were busy Friday preparing to open eight national recreations sites in Utah that were closed the past 11 days due to the federal government shutdown. Zion National Park opened Friday with limited services, according to a recorded message at the park's main telephone number. Trails that don't require permits and the Zion Mount Carmel Highway are open. Both visitor centers, the Kolob Caynon scenic drive, the south campground will open this afternoon, according to the recording. The park's shuttles will begin running Saturday morning.
  • ObamaCare Death Panels will begin their work with Medicare recipients

    10/07/2013 9:37:00 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 21 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 10/7/13 | Doug Book
    Barack Obama’s namesake healthcare scheme will cut $716 billion from Medicare over the next 10 years. Add to this a dramatic reduction in Medicare related reimbursement for doctors and hospitals and countless seniors may find it difficult to obtain necessary medical treatment. Following are Medicare facts which most baby boomers may know little or nothing about. But those who must depend upon Medicare over the next decade are going to get a real education; an education in the true nature of death panels and socialized medicine. 1) “Medicare is essentially compulsory. People who refuse to join Medicare Part A are...
  • EPA updates MPG sticker for used cars

    09/12/2013 3:18:59 PM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 4 replies
    green autoblog ^ | 9-12-13 | Sebastion Blanco
    If you think your mileage may vary with a brand new vehicle, take a look at the differences in fuel economy results for older cars. Sites like the EPA's Fuel Economy tracker and Fuelly prove that there is not such thing as a standard MPG number, despite the EPA's best efforts. This all isn't stopping the EPA from releasing a new window sticker designed for used cars, which the agency announced today. It could be an important tool, since over 40 million used cars were sold in the US last year.
  • Our Partisan President

    08/27/2013 9:06:56 AM PDT · by LucianOfSamasota · 3 replies
    NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE ^ | August 27, 2013 | Mona Charen
    It’s ironic that President Obama so often carps about politics — blaming “politics as usual” or “hyperpartisanship” for everything from the lack of economic growth to joblessness to climate change — when he is the most relentlessly partisan president in recent memory. Obama is a staunch left liberal who finds it very difficult to rise above politics and attempt to unite the country. Arguably, his very best speech, the one delivered in Tucson after the Gabby Giffords shooting, did transcend partisanship. It was an outlier. The president inserted himself into the Trayvon Martin story in a deeply irresponsible manner. Disregarding...
  • Disturbing Video Shows Court Officer Sexually Assaulting, Then Arresting Mother ..

    08/26/2013 10:55:11 AM PDT · by wardaddy · 20 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 7-27-2013 | McMurry
    A CBS affiliate in Clark County, Nevada, has uncovered video of a disturbing incident in family court, in which a mother present for a routine proceeding is sexually assaulted and then arrested in full view of the court. An internal investigation has since revealed that both the harassment and its alleged cover-up may be part of a wider problem of abuse within the family court system. The initial events took place in 2011, when Monica Contreras was led from the court into a waiting room for a supposed, though unexplained, drug search. She then says a court marshal named Ron...
  • New Study: EPA's Shocking Record of Failure on Statutory Deadlines Raises Serious Questions

    07/13/2013 8:27:53 AM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 7 replies
    CEI ^ | 7-10-13 | CEI staff
    Since 1993, 98 percent of EPA regulations (196 out of 200) pursuant to these programs were promulgated late, by an average of 5.68 years (or 2,072 days) after their respective statutorily defined deadlines. Currently, 65 percent of the EPA’s statutorily defined responsibilities (212 of 322 possible) are past due by an average of 5.88 years (or 2,147 days). EPA’s persistent failure is troubling—and not just because it suggests incompetence, Yeatman explains. “Despite the agency’s failure to meet nondiscretionary responsibilities, EPA in 2010 took on an enormous discretionary responsibility in proceeding with greenhouse gas regulations. Why is the EPA giving priority...
  • Annals of the Security State: More Airplane Stories

    05/24/2013 12:41:28 PM PDT · by pabianice · 14 replies
    The Atlantic ^ | 5/21/13 | Fallows
    "My dad fought a war so this can never happen in America. I will not dishonor my father's memory by giving up what he fought for. No, sir. With all due respect, I will not consent to a search without a proper warrant." James Fallows May 21 2013, 11:34 AM ET Over the weekend I related the story of Gabriel Silverstein, a businessman and pilot who for no apparent reason was subjected to a two-hour detention and invasive search by Homeland Security officials as he traveled across the country in his small plane. The picture above is not from that...
  • IRS tax exemption/Obamacare exec got $103,390 in bonuses; Did Obama OK them?

    05/17/2013 5:30:32 AM PDT · by Lakeshark · 30 replies
    The Examiner ^ | 5/16/2013 | Mark Tapscott
    Sarah Hall Ingram, the IRS executive in charge of the tax exempt division in 2010 when it began targeting conservative Tea Party, evangelical and pro-Israel groups for harassment, got more than $100,000 in bonuses between 2009 and 2012. More recently, Ingram was promoted to serve as director of the tax agency's Obamacare program office, a position that put her in charge of the vast expansion of the IRS' regulatory power and staffing in connection with federal health care, ABC reported earlier today **snip** High-ranking career federal civil servants like Ingram are eligible for recognition through citations known as Distinguished and...
  • Ct Sen Murphy(attempts to) intimidate news corp "NRA 500"

    04/11/2013 1:11:18 PM PDT · by CGASMIA68 · 14 replies
    Courant Blog ^ | 4/11/13 | Blog
    Ct Sen Murphy has asked News Corp not to air the NASCAR NRA 500.
  • Piers Morgan: People Need Dictators and Slave Masters “Occasionally”

    03/13/2013 10:56:56 AM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 42 replies
    Political Outcast ^ | March 13, 2013 | Gary DeMar
    Piers Morgan and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s want to be dictators and slave masters. Regulating a person’s diet is the regulation of a person’s life. Here was Morgan’s response to a guest who disagreed with him on sugary drink control:“I think people need [these types of laws] occasionally, particularly on issues like smoking, drinking, guzzling sodas too big for them, you know, eating 16 Big Macs a day, whatever it may be, the reality is we all need a bit of nannying about that. That’s why so many people are on diets. That’s a form of nanny state.”When governments...
  • Murder/Suicide as a tool of Tyrants...

    02/06/2013 8:27:47 PM PST · by GraceG · 14 replies
    Upgrade on the whole "Suicide by shooting yourself multiple times in the chest and then head"... From another thread brought up as a point that there used to be a lot of suspicious "suicides" like the ones you see in Russia where a journalist hurls them self off the top of their own apartment building when the roof access door was always locked. Or where the person who was a political dissident decided to strangle them self and then saw off their own head after shooting them self in the head multiple times but it is ruled as a "suicide"...
  • Guns, abortion, and tyrants

    01/17/2013 7:57:18 PM PST · by ReformationFan · 2 replies
    World Magazine ^ | 1-16-13 | La Shawn Barber
    Guns and abortion. One is an enumerated, constitutional right, and the other is not. The Second Amendment guarantees the right of the people of the United States to keep and bear arms. It’s not a government-given right; it’s a natural right—the right to defend yourself, your family, and your freedom. In rare circumstances, abortion might be necessary to preserve the mother’s life. But there is no right to kill unborn babies in the U.S. Constitution. But 40 years ago next week the U.S. Supreme Court contended that abortion is an implied “right of privacy,” one that previously had lain hidden...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Cuomo Close To Announcing Sweeping New Gun Control Laws

    01/08/2013 3:21:27 PM PST · by library user · 84 replies
    CBS ^ | Jan. 8, 2013 | Staff
    YONKERS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A deal to give New York one of the toughest gun control laws in the nation is being negotiated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who, sources said Tuesday, is hoping to announce the plan Wednesday during his State of the State speech in Albany. Cuomo hopes to jump-start the 2013 legislative session with a big deal that could dramatically alter gun control laws across the state.Highly placed sources told CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer that Cuomo is negotiating with Assembly and Senate leaders for a package of gun control laws that would be a dramatic response to the...
  • Govt Scientist Threatens “Murderous Rampage”- Massive Spending @Secret Junk Science Lab

    12/13/2012 11:24:51 PM PST · by STARWISE · 40 replies
    Gateway Pundit/Watchdog.org ^ | 12-12-12 | Jim Hoft
    COMPLETE TITLE: Government Scientist Threatens “Murderous Rampage” After Watchdog.org Exposes Massive Spending at Secret Junk Science Lab ~ ~ ~ ~ Nutty Professor Kerrilee Ann Crosby threatened a “murderous rampage” after a conservative group exposed massive spending at a secret green junk science lab.Watchdog.org reported: A woman angered by a Watchdog investigation into the government lab where she works retaliated by threatening mass murder against this news organization in several Twitter posts. “Have you ever felt like going on a murderous rampage? Start at @WatchdogCO ‘s offices. They perpetuate lies like this,” Kerrilee Ann Crosby tweeted last month while working...
  • The Charlotte Freak Show

    09/08/2012 3:57:46 PM PDT · by neverdem · 8 replies
    American Thinker ^ | September 8, 2012 | Peter Heck
    Not since the tear gas and mass arrests of Chicago 1968 have the Democrats put... --snip-- But the pinnacle of the week came in two key moments. The first occurred in an opening DNC video that included the jaw-dropping line "Government is the only thing that we all belong to." Who exactly wrote the script for this video? Chairman Mao? As Mitt Romney appropriately tweeted in response, in America, "[w]e don't belong to the government. Government belongs to us." That Democrats see this foundational reality completely backwards is extraordinarily instructive. Couple that revelation with the Democrats' decision to drop the...
  • Warlord Accused of Genocide to Get Spot on UN Human Rights Council

    08/08/2012 6:21:21 PM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 10 replies
    fox news ^ | 8-8-12 | Joshua Rhett Miller
    The election of a Sudanese warlord accused of genocide to the United Nations Human Rights Council is now virtually guaranteed, since he has the full backing of the world body's African delegation. The International Criminal Court has issued a warrant for Omar Al-Bashir -- its first ever for a sitting head of state -- for crimes against humanity he allegedly committed in Darfur. Yet, his regime is set to take its place on the panel, in the latest bizarre appointment to make a mockery of the UN's human rights credibility, according to critics. It's like putting “Jack the Ripper in...
  • Four Cool Things (Ann Barnhardt)

    06/26/2012 10:21:20 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 13 replies
    Barnhardt ^ | 6-26-12 | Ann Barnhardt
    1. Put this in your "God is really, really smart. Humans? Not so much." file. Within just the last few years, farmers all over the U.S. have noticed a strange and completely heretofore unseen incidence of SULFUR deficiency in crops. Odd. Why would sulfur deficiency issues suddenly appear where they had never been seen before? It turns out that the sulfur in the diesel burned by the tractors would aerosolize in the exhaust, and then precipitate and FERTILIZE the ground at planting and harvest as the tractor effectively covered the entire field. When the tyrannical government removed pretty much all...
  • EU should 'undermine national homogeneity' says UN migration chief

    06/22/2012 7:12:50 AM PDT · by bayouranger · 21 replies
    bbc ^ | 21JUN12 | Brian Wheeler
    The EU should "do its best to undermine" the "homogeneity" of its member states, the UN's special representative for migration has said. Peter Sutherland told peers the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural. He also suggested the UK government's immigration policy had no basis in international law. He was being quizzed by the Lords EU home affairs sub-committee which is investigating global migration. Mr Sutherland, who is non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, heads the Global Forum on Migration and Development, which brings together representatives of 160...
  • NYC: Barbers Can’t Charge Women More Than Men

    05/01/2012 1:03:12 PM PDT · by rawhide · 58 replies
    foxnews.com ^ | 5-1-12 | By Todd Starnes
    A New York City barber was accused of violating the city’s discrimination policy because he charged women three dollars more for a hair cut than men. “I’m here for 21 years and I’ve never heard of such a thing,” said Leon Kogut, the owner of Leon’s Fantasy Cut in Brooklyn. “The guy tells me this is discrimination of a woman.” An inspector slapped the barber with three violations totaling $650 in fines. Kogut said the inspector took issue with the fact that he charged $13 for a man’s haircut and $16 for a woman’s. “A woman’s haircut requires a lot...
  • Gordon Chang: The Reasons For China's Imminent Bust

    11/19/2011 12:03:02 PM PST · by Qbert · 41 replies · 1+ views
    Zero Hedge ^ | 11/18/0211 | Chris Martenson/ Tyler Durden
    The global dominant narrative about China is wrong, claims Gordon Chang. Don't expect it to be the 'pocketbook of last resort' that will rescue world markets from their current malaise. And don't expect its remarkable economic growth to continue. In fact, expect a "hard landing" for China - and soon. Forbes.com columnist and international lawyer Gordon Chang has spent much of his time since the early 1980s working and living in China. His primary knowledge of the country and his relationships there give him a superior understanding to how its economy is actually faring than many analysts based in the...
  • Los Zetas in Chicago, and U.S. guns "gone walking" in Mexico

    11/17/2011 10:38:39 PM PST · by Rabin · 45 replies
    http://mexicogulfreporter ^ | November 16, 2011 | Edward V. Byrne
    General Eric Holder told Congress just last week that “the U.S. is losing the war on arms trafficking.”
  • CA School District Spends $23M on Solar Panels, Won't Break Even for 16 Years (ever?)

    09/18/2011 1:41:55 PM PDT · by decimon · 50 replies
    Daily Tech ^ | September 18, 2011 | Brandon Hill
    San Ramon Valley Unified School District installs 10k photovoltaic panels at five schoolsIn a move that is proving to be controversial with some, some California school districts are looking to a high-tech way to save money, even if the payback won't be achieved until well over a decade later. CNN is reporting that some California school districts are looking to low-interest federal loans to install solar panels on schools. CNN singled out the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, which has installed roughly 10,000 photovoltaic panels at five of its 35 total schools at a cost of $23 million. Under...
  • Should Teachers be Treated Less Professionally Than Linebackers?

    09/07/2011 12:42:07 PM PDT · by MichCapCon · 32 replies
    Michigan Capitol Confidential ^ | 9/4/2011 | Ken Braun
    In March, the National Education Association, the nation’s largest teachers union, sent a “Message to Congress” outlining its desired goals for K-12 public education policy and spending. Higher pay is a general theme, which fits in with the union’s ongoing “Be Proud to Say, I’m Worth Professional Pay” initiative. It quotes a study that praises the success of schools in other nations: “In South Korea, the average teacher earns more than a lawyer or an engineer.” Yet the union’s core agenda protects a system that virtually assures that “professional pay” cannot happen. Engineers, lawyers, doctors, and so forth – even...
  • Woman’s yard sale to pay medical bills gets shut down

    08/18/2011 10:21:28 AM PDT · by Nachum · 24 replies · 1+ views
    Salem.katu.com ^ | 8/18/11 | Emily Sinovic, Reporter
    A woman fighting a terminal form of bone cancer is trying to raise money to help pay bills with a few weekend garage sales, but the city of Salem says she’s breaking the law and is shutting her down. Jan Cline had no idea, but the city of Salem has a clear law that states a person can only have three yard sales a year. Cline has been selling her stuff in the backyard for a few weekends and said she thought she’d be fine by keeping the sale out of everyone’s way. “It’s a struggle,” Cline says. “It’s a...
  • Emanuel announces $20 million loan pool to target foreclosures (no end to Chicago Way)

    08/17/2011 5:30:40 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 6 replies
    Sun Times ^ | 8-17-11 | Fran Spielman
    Nine Chicago neighborhoods riddled with foreclosures will get a blitzkrieg of cash and attention to turn those properties around, thanks to a $20 million loan pool unveiled Wednesday. With foreclosures rising by 20 percent in 2010, and resources steadily declining, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is trying a new approach to combat the epidemic that threatens to tear down entire inner-city neighborhoods. Instead of approaching the problem on a house-by-house basis, the mayor is targeting “small sub-sections” of nine neighborhoods hardest-hit by the foreclosure epidemic: Humboldt Park; Chatham; Chicago Lawn; West Woodlawn; Auburn-Gresham; West Pullman; Belmont-Cragin, Englewood and Grand Boulevard. All nine...
  • Conference on the Constitutional Convention (Sept 24/25)

    08/08/2011 12:46:09 PM PDT · by NowApproachingMidnight · 20 replies
    Con Con Con ^ | 8/11/2011 | Self
    On September 24th, people from across America and across the political spectrum will convene at Harvard University to discuss the advisability and feasibility of organizing towards a Constitutional Convention. The conference's lead organizers are both proponents and opponents of an Article V convention and we actively encourage the participation of those who support a convention and those who oppose holding a convention at all.
  • sunset with TEETH

    08/06/2011 8:01:51 PM PDT · by PizzaDriver · 10 replies
    Self
    Rather than a Constitutional Amendment, a Simple 1or 2 page Law could inspire much of our Government's needed change in fiscal outlook. The “Sunset Clause, with TEETH” is what makes it! EXAMPLE: A Bill to link the Pensions of elected Federal Office holders to this Nation's “Debt Ceiling” NO elected Federal Office Holder may draw a pension for that Service UNLESS our Nation's “Debt Limit” and actual “National Debt” went DOWN during that term of Service {was lower at the End of said Service, than on the Day of his/her swearing in.} ANY future Bill, or other attempt,to alter, amend...
  • Student rights group targets Boca High cellphone searches

    07/26/2011 11:00:32 AM PDT · by TheDingoAteMyBaby · 15 replies
    Sun-Sentinel ^ | July 25, 2011 | Marc Freeman
    A civil-rights group is calling on Boca Raton High School to stop its practice of searching confiscated student cellphones and punishing students who don't provide access to their text messages or other content. The National Youth Rights Association of Washington, D.C., on Monday outlined its concerns in a letter to Boca Raton High Principal Geoff McKee. This complaint, which is the organization's first challenge on this issue, contends the school's practices "infringe upon the fundamental freedoms of its students and run counter to the holdings of the Supreme Court and the dictates of the Florida Legislature." The letter acknowledges the...
  • Progressives target the constitution (Time shreds it, CNN shrugs it off)

    06/24/2011 8:49:11 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 31 replies · 1+ views
    Time and CNN
    This is how the progressives do it. Plant some seeds, then before you know it these kinds of ideas will be all over the media. Time magazine cover features shredded U.S. Constitution, asks if it still matters And This Exists: Iceland Rewrites Their Constitution Using Suggestions Through Twitter This second link has me more troubled than the first. The things that Fareed Zakaria are saying could practically be lifted right out of the pages of The Road to Serfdom. I don't think it's possible to state just how much danger we are in. These progressives are out for blood.
  • White House invite for dictator who has stolen billions from his impoverished African nation

    06/09/2011 2:00:19 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 54 replies
    dailymail.co.uk ^ | June 9, 2011 | Daniel Bates
    Barack Obama has come under fire for extending a formal invitation to a shamed African dictator who has ruthlessly plundered billions of dollars from his own country. The U.S. President will today have a coveted private meeting with President Ali Bongo of Gabon in the Oval Office despite his appalling track record. Bongo’s family has ruled the impoverished African nation with an iron fist for five decades and have used its oil riches to fund a life of outrageous luxury. Meanwhile one third of people in Gabon live on less than $2 a day and thousands starve to death each...
  • Red Tape Under the Tree: FCC Plans Internet Regulation for Christmas

    12/19/2010 11:55:31 AM PST · by IbJensen · 40 replies · 1+ views
    Right Side News ^ | December 19, 2010 | James Gattuso
    We have two branches of government—Congress and the courts—expressing grave concerns with our agency becoming increasingly unmoored from our statutory authority. By seeking to regulate the Internet now, we exceed the authority Congress has given us, and justify those concerns. —FCC Commissioner Meredith Atwell Baker[1] Should regulators in Washington, D.C., set the rules for the Internet? Julius Genachowski, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), thinks so. He has crafted a plan to impose so-called “net neutrality” rules on Internet service providers, setting an FCC vote on the proposal for next Tuesday.[2] Details of the plan are not yet known...
  • Here's what happens when you bring a gun to the police station [VIDEO](must read comments)

    12/10/2010 6:12:05 AM PST · by marktwain · 36 replies
    blogs.citypages.com ^ | 15 November, 2010 | Erin Carlyle
    Joel Rosenberg tried to bring a gun into the Minneapolis Police headquarters and the cops wouldn't let him. Now Rosenberg is accusing the cop who took his gun of assault. Earlier this month, Rosenberg, who says he is a science fiction writer and handgun instructor, paid a visit to the MPD chief's office to pick up some documents he'd requested. Sgt. William Palmer, the public information officer, saw that Rosenberg was packing, and asked him to dump the gun. Rosenberg refused. He insisted he had the right to wear his gun. Palmer explained that a court order prevented him from...
  • Our Duty as Americans to Report Anti-Obama Statements (Coffee Party)

    11/27/2010 2:08:45 PM PST · by Islander7 · 73 replies
    Election Ink ^ | Nov 24, 2010 | Coffee man
    I received the most heartfelt letter yesterday in my PM. As it serves to discuss the greater issue I am reprinting it here along with my response. “Dear Coffee Man, I have been following your writings here on Election Ink as well as on the Huffington Post and feel you might be someone who will take the time to help me with a moral question. My eight year old daughter recently came home from school with the most disturbing story. Imagine my surprise when she began telling me after seeing a picture of our president on the kitchen television, about...
  • Tyrants Don't Always Lose.

    11/11/2010 10:01:30 AM PST · by econjack · 32 replies
    email | Nov 10, 2010 | Shlomo Lewis
    I received this from a friend. It will take you a few minutes to read, which I hope you will do, from beginning to end. The sermon was met with resounding applause, most unusual (unheard of in a synagogue). I think that the simple act of applauding must have, at that moment, given the congregants a feeling of exhiliration. The sermon was delivered on Rosh Hashanah 2010 by Rabbi Shlomo Lewis in Atlanta, GA. It is now referred to as the Sermon of the Century. --------------------------------------------------------- I thought long and I thought hard on whether to deliver the sermon I...
  • The Democrats' War on America

    11/02/2010 7:39:49 AM PDT · by combat_boots · 5 replies · 2+ views
    Atlas Shrugs ^ | 1 Nov 2010 | Pam Geller
    By their fruits we shall know them, and so we know them. This is who and what the Democrats are. They are at war with the American people. It was Obama and Hillary, his Secretary of State, who reported the American people to the most egregious abusers of basic human rights, the UN 'Human Rights" Council, which includes Cuba, Saudi Arabia, China, Russia, Libya, Angola, Mauritania, Qatar, and Malaysia. Child slavery, anyone? This is the first time ever that the US is facing scrutiny from the evil forces of the UN Human Rights Council. Thank you, Obama. More proof that...
  • A Soulless White House

    10/21/2010 12:16:47 AM PDT · by Ronbo1948 · 39 replies · 1+ views
    American Thinker ^ | October 21, 2010 | By James Lewis
    I think Barack and Michelle Obama are secret totalitarians -- in spirit, if not yet in fact -- who believe mostly in their own superior intentions. Michelle really does think the country needs an all-powerful Food Mom who will make the kids eat right, so they never get fat. Even though Michelle can't control her own appetite any more than the rest of us can. Human beings love to eat because our ancestors lived in constant fear of famine. Humans got fat when food was plentiful, because the chances were good that a drought or a freeze was coming soon...
  • EPA's Jackson: We'll make more regulations on emissions

    08/30/2010 7:18:15 AM PDT · by paltz · 11 replies
    Washington Times - Water Cooler ^ | 8/29/10 | Kerry Picket
    Democrats on the Hill have not been successful at passing a climate change bill yet and many believe such legislation will not be possible unless the bill is put forth during a lame duck session following the November mid-term elections. In the meantime, the Environmental Protection Agency's Lisa Jackson appears to be looking for ways to legislate climate change regulations if the Congress cannot deliver a bill. In an interview with NPR's Liane Hansen on Sunday, Ms. Jackson talked about what the EPA plans on doing in the absence of climate change legislation.
  • Have You Seen This Dog? Harvey The All American Hero.

    08/19/2010 8:42:29 AM PDT · by gjmerits · 1 replies
    Wolves of Liberty ^ | 7/22/2010 | gjmerits
    A bit tongue-and-cheek and a bit serious at the same time. I had some fun with this one. “Obama thinks he is a great asset. He’s off by two letters”. I stared in amazement as he continued. “There but by the grace of God, goes God, that’s what Obama thinks of himself”. Stunned, I had to sit down, my mind racing trying to make sense of a talking dog. Did I smoke something or drink something I shouldn’t have? I looked on in amazement as he continued. “I’ve had it with Obama’s delusions of adequacy! The man is mercifully free...
  • Robin Hood the Tea Partier

    05/16/2010 9:21:35 PM PDT · by stolinsky · 7 replies · 349+ views
    www.stolinsky.com ^ | 05-17-10 | stolinsky
    Robin fought against an oppressive government that levied crushing taxes. The government was led by King John, a weak man who aspired to be a tyrant, but was not quite up to the job. He had the ruthlessness, but not the strength. He evoked fear and anger, but not loyalty or respect. Is the Times implying that President Obama in any way resembles King John? King John followed King Richard on the throne. Richard had spent much of his reign away at the Crusades, fighting to retake the Holy Land from warlike Muslims who had seized it from its former...
  • Dick Morris Bombshell: Reno told Clinton she stays or she blows the whistle on Waco

    04/19/2010 6:19:38 PM PDT · by Stayfree · 372 replies · 19,963+ views
    Dick Morris on O'Reilly 10 miniutes ago | April 19, 2010 | Stayfree
    During a discussion on O'Reilly about Bill Clinton's recent attempts to compare the Tea Party movement to the impact of conservative talk radio like Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, etc. as having caused Timothy McVay to bomb the Oklahomea Federal building, Dick Morris suggested that Bill should zipper it because Clinton had indicated that this is the first time that he has divulged a comment by Bill that he had to renominate Janet Reno for another term as Attorney General or she would go public about Waco.br>WOW!!!!!
  • Democrats Accused of Trying to 'Intimidate' Firms for Airing Health Care Concerns

    03/31/2010 9:33:20 AM PDT · by SonOfDarkSkies · 68 replies · 1,999+ views
    FoxNews.com ^ | 3/31/2010
    The CEOs of some of the country's biggest companies are being summoned to Washington to defend claims that the health care reform law would cost them millions -- a move Republicans say amounts to intimidation. Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, on Friday fired off letters to the heads of Caterpillar, Verizon, AT&T and Deere after they and other firms reported that the health care overhaul would dig deep into their bottom lines. Caterpillar claimed it would raise costs by $100 million in the first year and imperil coverage for its 150,000 employees and...
  • Kaptur says she's leaning toward backing health-care measure

    03/19/2010 7:45:02 AM PDT · by Whenifhow · 24 replies · 989+ views
    toledoblade.com ^ | 3-19-2010 | TOM TROY
    One of the key undecided members of Congress on health reform, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D., Toledo), remained uncommitted yesterday but said she is "leaning" in favor of the bill after getting some personal attention from President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. "I am leaning toward voting for the bill if we can properly deal with the abortion issue and we are fast about that task," Miss Kaptur said. A photograph taken yesterday shows both Mr. Obama and Mr. Reid (D., Nevada) with hands on Miss Kaptur's shoulders while they were all at a signing ceremony at the...
  • Gibbs: Healthcare bill by 'deem and pass' will meet 'constitutional muster'

    03/18/2010 10:24:10 PM PDT · by SmartInsight · 36 replies · 1,251+ views
    The Hill ^ | March 18, 2010 | Sam Youngman
    White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said President Barack Obama has no constitutional concerns about signing a bill passed by controversial House rules that are being proposed by Democrats to pass healthcare. Obama, a former constitutional law professor, would sign a bill if it is passed by the controversial "Slaughter Solution," Gibbs said. The proposal would deem the Senate version of the bill passed after House approval without an actual vote in the House. House Republicans have cried foul, and many have questioned whether that process would be constitutional. But Obama has downplayed any controversy surrounding the procedure, telling Fox...
  • Sean Penn is Allowed To Desecrate a Sacred Place

    03/12/2010 3:21:24 PM PST · by Shellybenoit · 15 replies · 763+ views
    The Lid/washington examiner ^ | 3/12/2010 | The Lid
    Almost every Synagogue I have ever entered has these Hebrew words somewhere in its sanctuary, Dah Lifnei Mi Atah Ohmed, they are usually on top of the Ark which houses the holy scroll of the Torah. It means "Know Before Whom You Stand." It's a signal to remember that where ever you go, you stand before God. It's also a signal that the Synagogue is a Holy Place and you need to be careful what you do, say and bring into this holy building. Yesterday Rabbi Lustig of the Washington Hebrew Congregation, forgot what that Hebrew phrase meant when he...
  • The bullies in the White House

    03/10/2010 3:47:54 PM PST · by Scanian · 9 replies · 427+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | March 10, 2010 | Ed Lasky
    Many people have wondered why Barack Obama and his team seem to have a soft spot for tyrants. Was it just the anti-Americanism and radicalism imbibed by Barack Obama from his youth and stoked by the ministrations of his minister, Jeremiah Wright and by his pals and comrades such as Bill Ayers and Rashid Khalidi? Or was it just the fad found in academia where Barack Obama has spent so many years? But maybe it is something else entirely. Maybe Barack Obama just likes their style - and we know this is a man who appreciates style because he seems...