Quotes

"Fascism and communism both promise "social welfare," "social justice," and "fairness" to justify authoritarian means and extensive arbitrary and discretionary governmental powers." - F. A. Hayek"

"Life is a Bungling process and in no way educational." in James M. Cain

Jean Giraudoux who first said, “Only the mediocre are always at their best.”

If you have ten thousand regulations, you destroy all respect for the law. Sir Winston Churchill

"summum ius summa iniuria" ("More laws, more injustice.") Cicero

As Christopher Hitchens once put it, “The essence of tyranny is not iron law; it is capricious law.”

"Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it." Ronald Reagan

"Law is where you buy it." Raymond Chandler

"Why did God make so many damn fools and Democrats?" Clarence Day

"If I feel like feeding squirrels to the nuts, this is the place for it." - Cluny Brown

"Oh, pshaw! When yu' can't have what you choose, yu' just choose what you have." Owen Wister "The Virginian"

Oscar Wilde said about the death scene in Little Nell, you would have to have a heart of stone not to laugh.

Thomas More's definition of government as "a conspiracy of rich men procuring their own commodities under the name and title of a commonwealth.” ~ Winston S. Churchill, A History of the English Speaking Peoples

“Laws are like cobwebs, which may catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through.” ~ Jonathon Swift

Saturday, November 30, 2013

The Weenie Generation - P.J. O'Rourke on the Baby Boom: the Aftermath

Socialist loving ex-beatnicks and hippies. A bunch of never-wanting-for-anything losers. Sad to say, my big fat generation. m/r




P.J. O'Rourke on the Baby Boom: the Aftermath - WSJ.com




Here we are in the baby boom cosmos. What have we wrought?


We are the generation that changed everything. Of all the eras and epochs of Americans, ours is the one that made the biggest impression—on ourselves. That's an important accomplishment, because we're the generation that created the self, made the firmament of the self, divided the light of the self from the darkness of the self, and said, "Let there be self." If you were born between 1946 and 1964, you may have noticed this yourself.
That's not to say we're a selfish generation. Selfish means "too concerned with the self," and we're not. Self isn't something we're just, you know, concerned with. We are self.
Before us, self was without form and void, like our parents in their dumpy clothes and vague ideas. Then we came along. Now the personal is the political. The personal is the socioeconomic. The personal is the religious and the secular, science and the arts. The personal is everything that creepeth upon the earth after his (and, let us hasten to add, her) kind. If the baby boom has done one thing, it's to beget a personal universe. (Our apologies for anyone who personally happens to be a jerk.)
Self is like fish, proverbially speaking. Give a man a fish and you've fed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and, if he turns into a dry-fly catch-and-release angling fanatic up to his liver in icy water wearing ridiculous waders and an absurd hat, pestering trout with 3-pound test line on a $1,000 graphite rod, and going on endlessly about Royal Coachman lures that he tied himself using muskrat fur and partridge feathers…well, at least his life partner is glad to have him out of the house.*
So here we are in the baby-boom cosmos, formed in our image, personally tailored to our individual needs, and predetermined to be eternally fresh and novel. And we saw that it was good. Or pretty good.
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* As a boomer, I know exactly what all this means. m/r

This should have happened months ago - Pressure builds on Boehner for NSA vote

Some secret agency with a big sign out front of their big building
Republican House Leadership is nearly as bad as the Democrats! m/r

Pressure builds on Boehner for NSA vote | TheHill
By Brendan Sasso November 30, 2013

House Republican leaders are under pressure to allow a vote on legislation that would curb the National Security Agency (NSA). 

Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has defended the NSA's spying programs, but a growing bloc of his conference is signing on to a bill that would end the NSA's practice of collecting records on virtually all U.S. phone calls, which was revealed in leaks by Edward Snowden. 
One House Democratic aide argued that the Republican leaders are boxed in. If they don't allow a vote on standalone NSA reform legislation, the aide said, members will demand NSA-related amendments to must-pass legislation like the defense and intelligence authorization bills.

"They're stuck. They would deal with this in the way they deal with a lot of things — by just not moving the legislation," the Democratic aide said. "Except how are they going to get other important pieces of legislation that they want to move unless they move this first?"

A GOP leadership aide acknowledged that there is "significant member interest in this issue as well as multiple committees with jurisdiction.
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If someone buys him another house or until he gets mugged - Obama may be a rare ex-president who stays in Washington

GLAD TO SEE HE IS THINKING ABOUT RETIRING. m/r

Obama may be a rare ex-president who stays in Washington - The Washington Post

WHAT IF? What if Thanksgiving exposes the government?

What if we see things wrong?
What if things are not what we are told? 
What if we have to be thankful for so much less personal freedom? m/r

What if Thanksgiving exposes the government? | Fox News


FoxNews.com
What if another Thanksgiving Day is upon us and because of the government we have less to be thankful for than we did at the last one? What if at every Thanksgiving liberty is weakened and the government is strengthened?
What if Thanksgiving's warm and breezy seduction of gratitude is just the government's way of inducing us to think we should be grateful for it?
What if we don't owe the government any thanks for anything? What if the government owes us back all the freedom and property it has stolen from us? What if the government has produced nothing and owns nothing, save what it has coerced us to give it?
What if the courts have ruled that the government can lie and cheat with impunity in order to acquire our property or assault our freedoms?
What if the government lies and cheats regularly to enhance its own wealth and power? What if the government claims that its power comes from the consent of the governed? What if no one consented to the government's spying and lying except those who personally and directly benefit from it?
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The Leaky Strategy - Why America Can't Keep Its Own Secrets

Trust our enemies and distrust our citizenry. 
You think not? Try and get a simple honest answer out of a government agency, say out of HHS, to find out how much your new, "Above-SubStandard" Health Insurance will cost. m/r

Why America Can't Keep Its Own Secrets | The American Spectator
By  – From the November 2013 issue

AMERICA'S DEFENSE AND intelligence communities have gotten into a bad habit of late. We’ve been trusting some of the most untrustworthy people with our nation’s most closely guarded secrets.
We’re not talking about real spies, recruited to betray their country, trained in their tradecraft, successful at hiding within our system for years. Edward Snowden isn’t Aldrich Ames or John Walker. He was a low-level functionary who nevertheless managed to steal and reveal massive amounts of secret information. His leaks caused enormous damage to national security, unveiling in great detail some of the methods and means by which the National Security Agency gathers intelligence.
But we are talking about secrets that, if divulged, could damage the nation seriously. As defined by Defense Department Manual 5200.01, “secret” information is that which, if disclosed in an unauthorized manner, would be reasonably expected to cause serious damage to national security. “Top secret” information is defined as that information that would reasonably be expected to cause “exceptionally grave damage to national security.” Almost all of the information stolen by Snowden and leaked to the press was classified “top secret.”
Aaron Alexis, an employee of a Navy contractor, wasn’t a secret agent either. Yet he was able to walk into the Washington Navy Yard and kill 12 people because his security clearance and job there allowed him to have a “common access card” granting entrance to the base. These murders gave President Obama the opportunity to transform the memorial for Alexis’s victims into another infomercial for gun control, without ever mentioning the obviously massive problem with the way we clear people for access to secrets.
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How Low Can He Go - Obama’s Disgraceful Medal of Freedom Awardees

Obama’s Disgraceful Medal of Freedom Awardees | Judicial Watch
November 22, 2013
The nation’s highest civilian honor has just been bestowed upon an impeached U.S. president, a scandal-plagued senator accused of sexual harassment and corruption and a television talk-show host who owns a school embroiled in a huge sexual molestation scheme.
This is just a sampling of President Obama’s bizarre picks for the 2013 Medal of Freedom. President John F. Kennedy created the award five decades ago and it has been presented to more than 500 individuals who have made especially “meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United States, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.” This week President Obama added 16 names to the “distinguished list” in a ceremony at the White House.
Let’s take a look at some of the better known awardees; Bill Clinton, impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives in 1998 for perjury and obstruction of justice involving his affair with a 21-year-old intern named Monica Lewinsky. The disgraced commander-in-chief also has the honor of being the first sitting president to testify before a grand jury investigating his shameful, and let’s not forget illegal, conduct. This proves his behavior was especially atrocious because presidents are practically untouchable, protected by immunity and executive privilege.
Next we have a deceased, Democratic U.S. Senator (Daniel Inouye) from Hawaii with a storied career. A number of women, including the veteran lawmaker’s hairdresser, claimed Inouye sexually harassed them throughout a decade. In 2009 Inouye got busted for abusing his influence as a senator to get a Hawaii bank that held most of his wealth and that he helped found federal bailout money. After the late senator intervened the bank, Central Pacific Financial, got $135 million in bailout funds though its application had been rejected, according to an investigative news report.
The feds had rightfully turned down the failing …
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Time to Repeal the 16th Amendment - Silenced by the Taxman

America's Gestapo is determining every action in our lives and stealing our precious time as well as our money! m/r
W. Cleon Skousen. History of the 16th Amendment.
Strange as it may seem, the Sixteenth Amendment (which gave the American people the affliction of confiscatory income taxes) was never supposed to have passed. It was introduced by the Republicans as part of a political scheme to trick the Democrats, but it backfired.

Silenced by the Taxman | National Review Online
The IRS launches another attack on political speech. 

Ideology from Elsewhere - Obama’s Stubbornness

Always the "smartest man in the room," says he, even when he is not even close. But "I won the Election."
But you won an election based on deceit and the people now are just understanding that. m/r

Obama’s Stubbornness | The Weekly Standard

A mind is a terrible thing to change.

DEC 9, 2013 • BY FRED BARNES


"There are some things I really believe in,” President Obama said last week. He was putting it mildly. Actually there are some things he really, really, really believes in—whether they work or not. Either way, he’s sticking with them. And Obama is one stubborn dude.
This wouldn’t be a problem if only a few of his lesser policies were at stake. But it’s his economic, domestic, and foreign policies that he’s glued to, no matter what. Obama insists he’s “pretty pragmatic” about how he achieves his goals. Nothing could be further from the truth. A pragmatist would change failing policies or at least tweak them. Obama wants to double down.
That his policies have produced an extraordinarily weak recovery from the 2007-09 recession is indisputable. Economic growth is stagnant, unemployment is in a holding pattern above 7 percent, the number of Americans with jobs is fewer than in 2007, and millions have dropped out of the job market altogether. Yet the president refuses to alter his policies or seriously reconsider them.
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Is Obama a Shiite, because Iran got everything it wanted. Surrender in Geneva

Although he may have done something right, why I don't know, because Chuck Schumer is against it. "The have to pass it to find out what's in it." m/r
"Why is America’s secretary of state dignifying Khamenei as “the Supreme Leader”? In his own famous remarks upon his return from Munich, Neville Chamberlain referred only to “Herr Hitler.” “Der F├╝hrer” means, in effect, “the Supreme Leader,” but, unlike Kerry (and Obama), Chamberlain understood that it would be unseemly for the representative of a free people to confer respectability on such a designation." 

Surrender in Geneva | National Review Online

 Mark Steyn  11-19-13


Iran, U.S. Set to Establish Joint Chamber of Commerce within Month,” reports Agence-France Presse. Government official Abolfazi Hejazi tells the English-language newspaper Iran Daily that the Islamic Republic will shortly commence direct flights to America. Passenger jets, not ICBMs, one assumes — although, as with everything else, the details have yet to be worked out. Still, the historic U.S.–Iranian rapprochement seems to be galloping along, and any moment now the cultural-exchange program will be announced and you’ll have to book early for the Tehran Ballet’s season at the Kennedy Center (“Death to America” in repertory with “Death to the Great Satan”).
In Geneva, the participants came to the talks with different goals: The Americans and Europeans wanted an agreement; the Iranians wanted nukes. Each party got what it came for. Before the deal, the mullahs’ existing facilities were said to be within four to seven weeks of nuclear “breakout”; under the new constraints, they’ll be eight to nine weeks from breakout. In return, they get formal international recognition of their enrichment program, and the gutting of sanctions — and everything they already have is, as they say over at Obamacare, grandfathered in.
Many pundits reached for the obvious appeasement analogies, but Bret Stephens in the Wall Street Journal argued that Geneva is actually worse than Munich. In 1938, facing a German seizure of the Sudetenland, the French and British prime ministers were negotiating with Berlin from a position of profound military weakness: It’s easy to despise Chamberlain with the benefit of hindsight, less easy to give an honest answer as to what one would have done differently playing a weak hand across the table from Hitler 75 years ago. This time round, a superpower and its allies accounting for over 50 percent of the planet’s military spending was facing a militarily insignificant country with a ruined economy and no more than two to three months’ worth of hard currency — and they gave it everything it wanted.      
I would add two further points. First, the Munich Agreement’s language is brutal and unsparing, all “shall”s and “will”s: Paragraph 1) “The evacuation will begin on 1 October”; Paragraph 4) “The four territories marked on the attached map will be occupied by German troops in the following order.” By contrast, the P5+1 (U.S., U.K., France, Russia, China, plus Germany) “Joint Plan of Action” barely reads like an international agreement at all. It’s all conditional, …
… Bernard Lewis, caution that America risked being seen as harmless as an enemy and treacherous as a friend. ...
 
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"Get Me Alan Mowbray"

The most ubiquitous, versatile, unnamed person to be found on the silver screen before 1950.


"That's Insulting!" - Obamacare For The Holidays - White House Pushes Families To Sign Up For Obamacare Together

You got that absolutely right, Harris Faulkner! It is insulting! m/r


Obamacare For The Holidays - White House Pushes Families To Sign Up For Obamacare Together - YouTube
Nov 29, 2013
Obamacare For The Holidays - White House Pushes Families To Sign Up For Obamacare Together

Cicada is #16, Obama is #17 - GQ's 25 Least Influential People of 2013

Presumably this makes Obama one place less influential than a noisy insect. Were it only true? Every time Obama passes gas, he ruins or endangers millions of people's lives. 
By the way, I've never even heard of about a third of the people on the list, nor do I care. m/r

The 25 Least Influential People of 2013

Friday, November 29, 2013

Thursday, November 28, 2013

What else can be expected when the Obama Administration enabled Iran? North Korea 'restarts' nuclear reactor

North Korea 'restarts' nuclear reactor, atomic watchdog warns | World news | theguardian.com

Who the Hell DO THEY THINK THEY ARE (I know, the Gestapo) Your IRS Win of the Day

It is a surprise that they haven't incarcerated the family members she left behind as hostages. Hope they don't get any ideas. m/r

VodkaPundit » Your IRS Win of the Day
By Stephen Green On November 27, 2013
Well, they call it winning:
For Ruth Anne Freeborn, it boiled down to a choice between country and family.
Born in Oklahoma, Freeborn has lived in Kingston, Ontario, for more than 30 years as an American expatriate, with a Canadian husband and 22-year-old son.
But a U.S. law passed in 2010 that will require international financial institutions to provide the Internal Revenue Service with information on their U.S. account holders forced her to weigh her citizenship. Her husband, a $51,000-a-year electronics technician and the family’s sole income earner, strenuously objected to having his financial data shared with a foreign nation.
“My decision was either to protect my Canadian spouse and child from this overreach or I could relinquish my U.S. citizenship,” she said. “It was with great sorrow I felt I had to relinquish, but there was no other choice for me and many like me.”
I know I’ve plugged The Sovereign Individual before, but do pick up a copy if you don’t already own one. Authors James Dale Davidson and William Rees-Mogg turned out to be pants-messing prescient, especially regarding how downright vindictive the United States government would become — and its chief tool for oppression, the Internal Revenue Service.
When they published the book in 1999, they made what seemed like an outrageous claim — that soon a US passport would become an expense many people could no longer afford. And here it is, coming true. If they missed anything, it’s that the IRS would become such a nakedly partisan tool. But I don’t think they saw the Chicago Machine taking over Washington, either.
So buy a copy and get yourself ready for a bumpy ride.
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Down Denial - The Knockout Game -- NYT/NPR Say No Big Deal

Denying facts does change them. It makes them much more dangerous. It is as if NYT and NPR were denying that small pox or typhoid fever never existed. m/r 

The Knockout Game -- NYT/NPR Say No Big Deal | RealClearPolitics



By Larry Elder - November 28, 2013

The "knockout game" -- and the media underreporting of it -- combines the breakdown of the family with the media's condescending determination to serve as a public relations bureau for blacks. The "game" is a dare in which a young man -- all the perps appear to be male people of color, mostly blacks -- tries to literally knock out an innocent bystander with one blow. Both National Public Radio and The New York Times say these reports of the "knockout game" being widespread are overblown and do not represent a trend. Really?
According to Colin Flaherty, author of "White Girl Bleed A Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It," the knockout game has gone national. He describes "knockouts" in Philadelphia, Atlantic City, St. Louis, Birmingham, Chicago, Charlotte, Milwaukee, Denver, Minneapolis, Georgetown, New York City, Greensboro, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Kansas City, Miami, Cleveland, Nashville, Peoria, Seattle, Saratoga Springs, Atlanta and a host of others towns and cities.
From a distance, the media can spot some lone idiot holding up an offensive sign at a tea party rally. But when it comes to black perp/white victim crime, there is a very different attitude. Consider the media reaction to the assault of three white girls on Halloween night, 2006, in Long Beach, Calif., just outside Los Angeles. Without provocation, a mostly black mob of 30 to 40 teens and adults brutally kicked, punched and pummeled three young white women, slamming them to the ground, ripping earrings from their lobes and beating them with a skateboard. One of the victims had 12 fractures in her face that required multiple surgeries, and had damage to her teeth and her eyesight. The women also suffered internal injuries and concussions. But for the efforts of a black good Samaritan, who waded into the crowd to help the girls, they might well have died.
The Los Angeles Times, the major metropolitan hometown paper, for one whole week did not write a single word about the Long Beach incident, which took place only twenty-some miles from the paper's headquarters. Eyewitnesses to the brutal attack reported many in the mob yelling, "We hate white people, f*** whites!" during the rampage.
Read more: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/11/28/the_knockout_game_--_nytnpr_say_no_big_deal_120802.html#ixzz2lxfKywKb 

I Know I'm Going to Discuss Ten Obamacare Talking Points at Thanksgiving

No problem here. We can ridicule this turkey for hours!
But we will not waste our time ruining our day discussing Obama and his totalitarian plans! m/r

Ten Obamacare Talking Points To Ruin Your Thanksgiving
By    27, 2013
We probably all know at least one: the person who comes to a family gathering primed to talk about politics – particularly, to let you know why their view is right, and yours is dead, dead wrong. These are the worst kind of guests. They have no interest in catching up and spending a brief moment in time out of the precious few we get on this earth avoiding politics. Insufferable in their insistence in turning the conversation into Crossfire, they can’t even take a holiday from partisanship and just be happy to ask someone to pass the gravy.
Thanks to the White House and Organizing for Action, there may be a marked increase in such guests this holiday season, thanks to this push to have you come to Thanksgiving dinner – and the other holidays too! – with your administration-approved talking points in hand. Oh frabjous day indeed.
President Obama has done a lot of things I dislike, but ruining Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner is a bit much. And to let him be clear: that’s exactly what he’s doing. Instead of letting families argue about perfectly reasonable things to discuss over holiday dinners – such as when Mike Shanahan should be fired, which Bound 2 parody is the best, and whether Miley Cyrus should be launched into the sun for the good of humanity – the president wants to insist on inserting his priorities into family gatherings across the country. “I understand you worked hard to brine this bird, but let’s refocus on what matters: why you haven’t signed up at healthcare.gov yet. Did you hear it’s getting much better? Don’t talk about the Iron Bowl or Aunt Jenny’s wedding, let’s turn this conversation back to what really matters: avoiding a death spiral and ensuring stability in the insurance market!”
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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

A Special Prosecutor is Needed Now! America Needs Answers - Benghazi Scandal - New Documents Released

This cover-up by Obama-the-liar, his administration and the Bitch of Benghazi has gone on too long. Prosecution of these acts of manslaughter caused by the Clinton State Dept. and Obama Admin. is needed. m/r


Benghazi Scandal - New Documents Released - Special Report - America Needs Answers - YouTube
Nov 27, 2013
Benghazi Scandal - New Documents Released - Special Report America Needs Answers

Ever get a phone call where you hear a voice you know in the distance, but they do not reply to you? Man Learns of Murder Plot Against Him After Alleged Suspect Butt Dials Him

It happens  every so often to me and every once in a while my phone tries to make unwanted voice dial call from my pocket. Just love tech, but not all the time.
Here is a different story though. m/r

Cops: Man Learns of Murder Plot Against Him After Alleged Suspect Butt Dials Him

Cops: Man Learns of Murder Plot Against Him After Alleged Suspect Butt Dials Him

by JON DAVID KAHN 27 Nov 2013,

JONESBORO, AR. - Police say the owner of used car dealership in Jonesboro was arrested for conspiracy to commit murdere after accidentally calling his intended victim while plotting the crime. 

Jonesboro police told Region 8 News that the suspect, 68-year-old Larry Barnett of Jonesboro, was in the process of hiring someone to kill his former employee, when he unintentionally called that same employee, who then overhead the details of how and why Barnett wanted it done. 
Sergeant Doug Formon said, "Basically, he overheard a conversation between that individual and another unknown male and he was giving out his personal information, his address, where he lives." 
According to the affidavit, Barnett told the supposed hit-man, "I don't care if you have to burn his house to the ground with him in it" and to "make it look like an accident." Barnett's reason was reportedly made clear as well: "I owe the little son of a ***** a bunch of money and if he's gone, I don't have to pay for it."
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Happy Thanksgiving Message from Ann McElhinney - "Lessons from the Debate over Fracking"

Why do "enviro-green's" schemes need to be subsidized if they work so well? m/r


"Lessons from the Debate over Fracking" - YouTube
Nov 25, 2013
Ann McElhinney,
Journalist & Filmmaker

Amish buggy horse killed in drive-by shooting in Pennsylvania

This is one one those terrible things that happen to horses. In this case, as with so many wonderful horses, the horse, after being shot, kept going until he got the family home. Horses never cease to amaze me.
I have experienced harassment by smart-assed "teens" who thought they could unhorse me while I was riding on the side of a road. The "teens' pulled their car up right behind me and blew their horn hoping to spook Moose.
Moose is pretty brave and didn't spook. So I wheeled Moose around at the "teens." 
Their laughing turned to sudden fear and they took off in a fast get away. m/r 

Amish buggy horse killed in drive-by shooting in Pennsylvania - Yahoo News Canada
Reuters – Tue, 26 Nov, 2013
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A horse pulling a buggy with an Amish family aboard in rural Pennsylvania was struck by a bullet fired from a moving car and later died, police said on Tuesday.
No people were injured in the drive-by shooting, which occurred on Sunday in the village of Ronks in the heart of Lancaster County's Amish country, said Lieutenant Robin Weaver of the East Lampeter Township Police Department.
The buggy was about a mile from home when the two adults and three children aboard heard a loud crack, police said.
"At the time, they believed it was a firecracker," Weaver said. "They didn't realize it was a gunshot."
The family continued home, where they realized the animal had been injured.
"When they got to the farm, the farmer noticed blood from the horse's mouth," Weaver said. The horse died before a veterinarian arrived.
Weaver said the Amish are sometimes victims of harassment, and it is not uncommon for passing motorists to throw firecrackers, eggs or other food at them. One reason may be that the Amish religion includes a belief in pacifism.

"They're an easy target. …
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THE REAL STORY MAY BE PRESSURE FROM WH - Lara Logan to Take Leave of Absence From CBS in Wake of ’60 Minutes’ Report

Lara Logan 2012 BGA Annual Luncheon Keynote Speech   Exposes the lies from Obama Administration on Benghazi from Oct. 11, 2012

The White House has been trying to cover it all up and squash her reporting. The Administration claimed her reports were inconsistent with the FBI Benghazi report. However the the Administration refuses to make these reports public.

Pay attention to the challenge in last last minute of this great speech! m/r


Lara Logan to Take Leave of Absence From CBS in Wake of ’60 Minutes’ Report | Variety



BUT HERE MAY BE THE KEY TO IT:
CBS also found that Logan had pushed the boundaries of CBS News standards by saying in a speech a month before the Benghazi segment aired suggesting actions the U.S. should take in response to the attack on the compound. “From a CBS News standards perspective, there is a conflict in taking a public position on the government’s handling of Benghazi and Al Qaeda, while continuing to report on the story,” Ortiz said in the review.
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MORE LYING BS FROM OBAMA - Families USA Received $1 Million to Promote Obamacare

Families USA Received $1 Million to Promote ObamacareCapitol City Project

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Krauthammer on Iran Nuclear Agreement: 'It's The Worst Deal Since Munich'



Krauthammer on Iran Nuclear Agreement: 'It's The Worst Deal Since Munich' | NewsBusters

The Power of Censorship: The New F-word!

From over 50 years ago and nobody gets it still. m/r

     Lenny Bruce - Are There Any Niggers Here Tonight?   



Why Do Some Black Americans Use the N-Word?
November 25, 2013 Bernard Goldberg

Back when I was a correspondent with CBS News I anchored a documentary called, “In Your Face, America” – about the rudeness and vulgarity that was increasingly infecting the nation’s bloodstream.

As part of the program I spent a day in Houston with a rapper who used the n-word over and  over all day long.  When I sat down with him for an interview, I asked why he used the word “nigger” as often as he did.  He looked straight at me and said that he had never used that word.  Confused, I told him he had used it a hundred times that day, and asked what the heck he was talking about.  Without the slightest hint of humor or irony he said, “I used the word nigga,” emphasizing the last part, making the distinction between “nigger” and nigga.”

At the time, I found the difference foolish — and 20 years later I still do.

- See more at: http://www.bernardgoldberg.com/people-defend-word-nigger/#sthash.h63WSIou.dpuf

Is Secession the Only Solution? - The Revolution Of 1913

How we are horribly harmed by Regulation and Amendments from 100 years ago that stuck it to us in 1913!
Three progressive problems that ruin our lives every day: The Income Tax, The Federal Reserve System and Direct (Popular) Election of Senators. Our founding fathers realized, from both experience and their Classical Eduction, that there was a reason the Constitution did not include these "progressive," socialist notions that centralized Federal power. m/r


▶ Thomas DiLorenzo - The Revolution Of 1913 - YouTube
Nov 22, 2013
From the Tom Woods show (podcast on iTunes),Loyola economics professor Thomas DiLorenzo discusses three events from 1913 that greatly escalated the transmogrification of America from the founder's vision (limited government) to its current state (unlimited government). http://www.LibertyPen

Tell That to the Many Victims - Reports: Alleged trend of 'knockout game' a myth

What a waste our various "media" outlets are! m/r

Reports: Alleged trend of 'knockout game' a myth

Know the New Terminology: Teen = Black - The New York Times’ ‘Knockout Game’ Denial

"The [Times] newspaper editor says stories about black mob violence without statistics are anecdotal. Cherry picking. But people who present statistics are accused of stereotyping. Profiling. "
In Philadelphia, Temple University hired a community organizer to help them treat racial violence as a public health problem. He said he was not too worried about it, because it was just “kids, blowing off some steam.”
The New York Times’ ‘Knockout Game’ Denial | FrontPage Magazine

By Colin Flaherty On November 26, 2013 
The New York Times no longer just ignores racial violence. Now the Gray Lady actively denies it.
Over the weekend, the New York Times questioned whether recent reports of black mob violence in the form of the “Knockout Game” are really just “urban legends.” Like Big Foot.
NBC, ABC and other networks were happy to follow the leader: They produced similar stories detailing the attacks — denying racial violence has anything to do with them.
As much as The Times wishes the Knockout Games were just another urban legend, here’s the difference: Big Foot is alive. And on videos, thousands of them, showing black mob violence that local press often dismisses as “random” attacks from “unruly teenagers.”
In St. Louis, where the Knockout Game first gained popularity, a judge two years ago said one man alone was responsible for 300 cases of the Knockout Game.
But The Times ignored that.
The newspaper editor says stories about black mob violence without statistics are anecdotal. Cherry picking. But people who present statistics are accused of stereotyping. Profiling.
Either way, following The Times formula, reporters produce stories like over the weekend in Philadelphia, where the local NBC affiliate reported on the latest example of the Knockout Game without citing its central organizing feature: The race of the attacker. And the race of the victim.
The male victim was riding his bike along the 900 block of Catherine Street in the Bella Vista section of the city just before 8 p.m. on Friday when he was randomly punched by a group of teens, police said.
After being hit, police say the cyclist asked the group — made up of five teen boys and three teen girls — why they hit him. Without answering, the group then continued beating the man.
First things first: The attack was not random. The attackers were black. The victim was white. Fitting a pattern of dozens of cases of black mob violence in Philadelphia over the last two years. Many documented in White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence and How the Media Ignore it.
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Monday, November 25, 2013

The Color Line Is Dishonest and has No Reason - Oprah's Offensive Opinion

From a movie that is a lie to placing racism as the cause of Obama's failure, Oprah Winfrey is trying to give false cover to real incompetence. She is in meltdown denial at his lies and ineptitude. The racism is hers! m/r

Oprah's Offensive Opinion | The American Spectator
By   11-25-13

An intellectually-cloistered elitist.


Since Oprah Winfrey was in London to promote "The Butler," a movie which depicts its subjects so dishonestly on the subject of race that Michael Reagan — who personally knew the film's key protagonists — called it "The Butler from Another Planet," it's not surprising that she would sputter more falsehoods about "racist" America in an attempt to stay in the public eye.
In an interview with the BBC, the self-made billionaire and long-time Obama supporter said that “disrespect for the office (of the president)…occurs in some cases and maybe even in many cases because he is African American.”
Oprah gave an odd example, citing Rep. Joe Wilson’s famous “You lie!” outburst during the 2009 State of the Union speech which, as Ms. Winfrey seems not to have noticed, was about Obama’s lying rather than his skin tone.
Oprah’s outrageous, racist blather was so appreciated that President Obama gave her a medal.
Winfrey’s claim has gotten a lot of pushback on Fox News and conservative talk radio as unsubstantiated liberal paranoia. Which of course it should, because it is.
Not a single one of my many friends who dislike this president even considers his skin color when it comes to how they feel about him.
They, and I, dislike him because he neither likes nor understands the country he leads — if you can call this leadership.
They, and I, dislike him because we believe his policies are destructive to the foundational principles of the nation and harmful to our children’s futures.
They, and I, dislike him because never accepts responsibility for his own failures and lies — which means the problems they cause in domestic and foreign policy cannot be fixed as long as he is president.
They, and I, dislike him because he has intentionally fomented deep divides in this country, worsening race relations, exacerbating partisan divides, and trying, like any two-bit Marxist revolutionary, to stir up resentment against the rich.
They, and I, dislike him because he hires the incompetent and corrupt and rewards them not based on the quality of their work but on their unfailing loyalty to Him.
They, and I, dislike him because even among professional politicians his narcissism is unmatched.
But his skin color is irrelevant.
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World Reacts To Short Term Plan Over Iran Nuclear Program

Classic Dialectic Materialism; Obama really understands this basic Marxist style strategy. Two steps forward, one step backward, net one step forward. m/r
http://www.clarionproject.org/news/despite-deal-iran-will-continue-work-nuclear-program#



World Reacts To Short Term Plan Over Iran Nuclear Program - The Real Story W/ Gretchen Carlson - YouTube
Nov 25, 2013
World Reacts To Short Term Plan Over Iran Nuclear Program - The Real Story W/ Gretchen Carlson

I once knew a woman who survived the A-Bomb in Hiroshima.

I may or may not know another future survivor nor survive future A-Bombs myself. The world became a much more dangerous and duplicitous place over this last weekend. m/r
So it's win-win for Iran. World loses.
How's that hope'n'change thingy working out for you right now?
We are indeed now facing the unthinkable.

Melanie Phillips: It's 1938 all over again

Nov. 25, 2013
http://www.JewishWorldReview.com | When Hassan Rouhani was elected President of Iran, western leaders declared, in the teeth of stark evidence to the contrary, that this man was a reformer. So they rushed to do a deal with him over Iran's nuclear program, considered by the west to be a threat to the free world.
But Rouhani does not run Iran. The man who actually calls the shots — the only man who matters — is Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. Earlier this week, Khamenei said the Jews of Israel

'cannot be called humans, they are like animals, some of them'

and that Israel was

'the rabid dog of the region'.

What do you do with rabid dogs? That's right: you put them down. That's what Khamanei intends to do to the Jews of Israel. That's why he says Israel is 'doomed to collapse' and why his regime has repeatedly declared it will wipe Israel 'off the page of history'. Dehumanizing the Jews: ring any bells? Know what happened next? But it's not just the Jews who are in Iran's sights. It's the west, upon which it has been waging a self-declared war since the Islamic revolution of 1979.

'Death to America! Death to Israel!' chanted the crowd in response. Yup, that's the agenda. Always has been. And they mean it.
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National Disgrace - Sekulow: WH betrayed American pastor jailed in Iran - YouTube

Roll over Kerry and Obama, the most inept administration ever! They didn't even inquire about Saeed Abedini and other American prisoners in Iran. m/r


▶ Sekulow: WH betrayed American pastor jailed in Iran - YouTube
Nov 25, 2013
Outrage after nuclear deal leaves Saeed Abedini behind