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Buhari Set To Win In Nigeria

Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari is on the verge of a historic victory over Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, with most votes counted.

Gen Buhari, a former military ruler, is ahead by almost three million votes, with results still to come from just three states.

Analysts say it is hard to see how Mr Jonathan can overcome this lead.

The opposition has never won a presidential election in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous state.

Observers have generally praised the election but there have been allegations of fraud, which could lead to protests and violence.

More than 800 people were killed in protests after Mr Jonathan beat Gen Buhari in the previous election.



And so Obama’s stealth jihad continues.

Buhari supports imposing Sharia, islamic law. And PDP members have questioned why Buhari was picked by Boko Haram as part of the team to have talks with the government of Nigeria in Saudi Arabia.

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/31/2015 at 08:36 PM   
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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/31/2015 at 08:29 PM   
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RFRA: When Bad Law Gets Worse

Why is there a Wookie living on Endor? It don’t make sense! You must acquit!!

HELL NO IT’S GOT TO GO



Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993

(a) In General: Government shall not substantially burden a person’s exercise of religion even if the burden results from a rule of general applicability, except as provided in subsection (b).

(b) Exception: Government may substantially burden a person’s exercise of religion only if it demonstrates that application of the burden to the person--

(1) is in furtherance of a compelling governmental interest; and

(2) is the least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest.

(c) Judicial Relief: A person whose religious exercise has been burdened in violation of this section may assert that violation as a claim or defense in a judicial proceeding and obtain appropriate relief against a government. Standing to assert a claim or defense under this section shall be governed by the general rules of standing under article III of the Constitution.






There has been an awful lot of noise online and on the news over the past few days over this RFRA thing. Such notable legal jurists as Miley Cyrus and some has-been 80s band called Wilco are having a major Social Justice Warrior hissy fit because Indiana has just signed it’s own RFRA law that is worded nearly identically, but more verbosely, to the federal version. The audacity! This means that not only will homosexuals be denied groom on groom wedding cakes, they’ll be hunted down like dogs in the streets of JesusLand and put to the torch by those evil Christofascists.

Huh??

WTF?

So I did a little digging, and came up with the federal law. And read it. And read it again. And then shook my head, wiped my eyes, cleaned my glasses and read it again. What on earth are they talking about? So it was time to do some research. And that’s where I’ve been the past two days.

At this point, I think I have a slight understanding of what’s going on. The whole thing is crap.

And then I had a small epiphany when I realized this week’s media dust storm is remarkably similar to the Left’s reaction to what happened when Clinton passed the Assault Weapons Ban*. A knee jerk reaction feel-good law was passed to protect a very tiny special interest group. But laws are for everyone, so now a much-vilified group of people (aka regular Americans) are using this law to protect themselves against the unrelenting abuse laid on them by Universal Gay Incorporated, and the unhinged lunatic Left can’t stand it. They are hoist on their own petards and screaming about having a bad case of shrapnel ass. Gee, too bad, huh?

Once upon a time, long long ago in a galaxy far away, there was a situation ... Employment Division v. Smith, otherwise known as the Smith case ...

Employment Division, Department of Human Resources of Oregon vs. Smith, 494 U.S. 872 (1990), is a United States Supreme Court case that determined that the state could deny unemployment benefits to a person fired for violating a state prohibition on the use of peyote, even though the use of the drug was part of a religious ritual. Although states have the power to accommodate otherwise illegal acts done in pursuit of religious beliefs, they are not required to do so.

The majority opinion was delivered by Justice Scalia. The First Amendment forbids government from prohibiting the “free exercise” of religion. This means, of course, that government may not regulate beliefs as such, either by compelling certain beliefs or forbidding them. Religious belief frequently entails the performance of physical acts—assembling for worship, consumption of bread and wine, abstaining from certain foods or behaviors. Government could no more ban the performance of these physical acts when engaged in for religious reasons than it could ban the religious beliefs that compel those actions in the first place. “It would doubtless be unconstitutional, for example, to ban the casting of statues that are to be used for worship purposes or to prohibit bowing down before a golden calf.”

But Oregon’s ban on the possession of peyote is not a law specifically aimed at a physical act engaged in for a religious reason. Rather, it is a law that applies to everyone who might possess peyote, for whatever reason—a “neutral law of general applicability,” in the Court’s phrasing. The Court characterized Smith’s and Black’s argument as an attempt to use their religious motivation to use peyote in order to place themselves beyond the reach of Oregon’s neutral, generally applicable ban on the possession of peyote.

Well that makes sense, doesn’t it? The right of my fist to swing around ends just off the end of your nose. I’m just moving, but if I hit you it’s assault.

The problem lay in the solution. The plaintiffs were advised to seek relief through the legislature. And they did. And the Legislature foolishly played the Special Interest card (via Chuck Schumer [D]), and came up with that junk law quoted above. What it means, is that if you claim “religious belief” you get a pass from the law. Seriously.

This didn’t last. Perhaps without pointing out that there is no constitutional prohibition against stupid, a SCOTUS challenge to the new law soon had Justice Scalia opining that, as a federal statute, this fiasco was limited to federal purview. In other words, he was trying to do some damage control.

Thus it was left to the several States to duplicate the law if they so chose. And I guess some of them did at first. And at first I guess at first a few Native Americans were thus allowed to trip their brains out, like Timothy Leary in a tie-dye painted interstellar teepee, grooving with the Gitche Manitou in an evergreen-clad phase space. Fine. No harm, no foul, and there were only a few of those guys anyway.

Fast Forward 20 years to our present era of Super Citizens, where those of preferred pigmentation have far more rights than you do, but even they must grovel at the feet of the atypically aroused, aka the Gay Mafia. To hell with playing the Race Card and trumping your hand. Playing the Gay Card trumps your hand, his hand, her hand, and the entire deck. Heck, it trumps the Bicycle Playing Card factory. Gone are the happy days of we’re here, we’re queer, get used to it tolerance. Now we have instant total submission, and the Gay Card is so big it needs to be towed around by a billboard truck. Dropping that card can smash entire school systems and businesses. Bakery Burning has even become a Social Justice Warrior hobby, with public stoning and a trip to Camp Ayers for anyone in that industry unwilling to use icing to paint scenes of perversity on their cakes and pies.

Until now.

What a surprise. It turns out that the RFRA laws actually do allow businesses to refuse such activities because it goes against their own religious beliefs. It probably works for Hobby Lobby and the kind of health insurance they provide their workers. Laws are for everyone. That’s one of our core beliefs. And now the Left is pitching a fit like (almost*) never before.

Fuck em. With a dirty burning stick.

RFRA laws are wrong. Period. They all need to be thrown out. Federal and State. No religion gets you an out from any other law. Ever. Period. And every business ought to have the right to refuse service whenever they want. The time of “cards” needs to end.

You don’t think so? Great. I’m starting up the NJ Highway Church of Azteca. It is my new combination faith that
A) It is my religious duty to raid my neighbors, steal their children, sell them to the priests and cut their hearts out on the altar as a sacrifice to appease my god CoaxialCoatiMundi; and
B) It is my religious right to commute on the highways at 120mph regardless of weather or traffic load (my religion is growing; I already have half the state believing in Tenet B) as a means of being close to my god. And I mean close; if I don’t make it past that school bus full of screaming children, I’ll be face to face with my god just like that!
PS - I’m moving in right next door to you. Laws against kidnapping, slavery, murder, speeding, and reckless driving don’t apply to me. Because Religion. You aren’t allowed to defend yourself, and I can sue your pants off if you even look at me in an “uncomfortable” way.


* The AWB was a useless, complex mess. Another stupid law from the Clinton era. The idea was to disarm law abiding Americans by making “military style” semi-automatic rifles illegal by vilifying them as “Assault Weapons” if they had a Chinese take-out menu of physical features. Aside from a list of guns banned by name for being especially evil, any other gun could be banned if it had two features from Column A and/or one feature from Column B. It completely ignored the fact that, up to that time, almost none of these weapons had been used to commit “Gun Crimes”. The firearms makers were supposed to just up and die from fear of this overwhelming potent legislation. Instead, they followed the letter of the law, and ground off the bayonet lugs, and pinned on the flash suppressors instead of screwing them on. Then they went right back to selling guns, only at a much higher price, because virtuous Americans could read the writing on the wall and suddenly wanted these previously less popular weapons like never before. To this day the lunatic left is pissed off that “they broke the law!!!” by adhering to the very letter of it. And to this day the GOP members (at least) of the Legislature know that voting for stupid gun control laws is a guaranteed way to lose the next election. Witness what just happened the other week, when the ATF pulled a sneaky and tried to ban the tens of millions of rounds of 5.56mm military surplus “M855” ammunition (the very “death hose bullets” used by those “Assault Weapons") by “careless” omission. Obama’s token flunky head of the ATF lost his job, and nearly the entire (R) Legislature signed a strongly worded letter to the ATF that said, in effect, “back the fuck off”.

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/31/2015 at 04:56 PM   
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Obama Ups US Ante For Climate Emissions Cut: Now 28% by 2025

WASHINGTON – In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will offer a roughly 28 percent emissions cut as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House’s plans.

The U.S. plans to announce its commitment Tuesday, the informal deadline for nations to submit their contributions to the United Nations. Although the goal of 26 percent to 28 percent by 2025 isn’t new — President Barack Obama first unveiled it last year during a trip to Beijing — the U.S. proposal has drawn intense interest from the vast majority of countries that have yet to announce how deeply they’ll pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions as part of the treaty.

Obama’s pledge constitutes the opening offer by the U.S. as world leaders strive to reach a climate deal powerful and ambitious enough to prevent the worst effects of climate change. In the works for years, the treaty is set to be finalized in Paris in December. If it’s successful, it will mark the first time all nations — not just wealthier ones like the U.S. — will have agreed to do something about climate change.

As part of its proposal, known to climate negotiators as an Intended Nationally Determined Contribution, the U.S. will also assert that its contribution is both ambitious and fair, said the individuals briefed on the U.S. proposal, who requested anonymity because the proposal hasn’t been announced.

What metrics the U.S. will use to back up that claim is not yet clear. The European Union, one of the first parties to submit its contribution, pointed to per capita reductions in emissions to show how it is cutting its carbon footprint. But emissions per capita are far higher in the U.S., making it an inconvenient measure for the U.S. to use to show progress.

Being conveniently small, heavily unemployed, generally low production, built from the ground up with massive public transportation, taxed raw as only continental Socialism can do, and with more nuclear power plants than everywhere else combined, Europe wins the “who us, carbon? non!” game without even trying. They own this metric totally.

The U.S. and other developed countries have been aggressively pressing developing nations to step up on climate change — especially those like China and India that are heavily reliant on dirtier sources of energy. Obama has described his strategy as “leading by example” and has sought to use the steps he’s already taken to cut emissions to ramp up pressure on other countries to do the same.

But poorer countries have traditionally balked, arguing their more modest means make reductions more of an imposition and pointing out that historically, they’re responsible for just a small fraction of the heat-trapping gases that industrialized countries have been pumping into the atmosphere for decades. So when Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping both committed to curbing emissions in a joint announcement in November, environmentalists hailed it as a sign that reluctant nations like China were finally getting on board.

IIRC, all China agreed to was to look at it at some point in the future. They didn’t get on board for diddly squat.

Mexico and U.S. agree to co-operate on greenhouse gas cuts — leaving Canada on the sidelines

OTTAWA — The Harper government is temporarily standing on the sidelines as international negotiations ramp up for a United Nations climate conference at the end of this year.

The conference scheduled for Paris in December is supposed to result in a post-2020 global agreement on cutting greenhouse gas emissions — a successor to the Copenhagen accord signed in 2009.

To help the negotiations, countries that are ready have been asked to submit their emissions targets and climate plans by March 31, a Tuesday deadline Environment Canada says it won’t meet.
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In the meantime, the U.S. and Mexico agreed to a joint task force on climate policy co-operation on Friday after Mexico announced its emissions will peak by 2026 and fall 22 per cent below “business as usual” levels by the year 2030.
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The Harper government, which has repeatedly stressed that Canada’s climate policies must be co-ordinated with our continental trading partners, is not party to the new U.S.-Mexico task force.

Nor will it submit its emissions targets to the summit organizers this week.

“Canada wants to ensure we have a complete picture of what the provinces and territories plan before we submit,” a spokesman for Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq said in an email Sunday.

How will the U.S. meet its goal? The Obama administration has avoided putting hard numbers on the size of emissions reductions it expects from specific steps the U.S. is taking. In its submission, the EU listed specific economic sectors — such as transportation, energy and manufacturing — where it expects major reductions, and named the specific greenhouse gases it plans to cut.

In contrast, the U.S. is expected to point broadly to the steps it is taking under the climate action plan Obama announced in 2013, such as new rules requiring sweeping cuts from new and existing power plants, stricter emissions limits for cars and trucks, and initiatives targeting specific greenhouse gases like methane and hydrofluorocarbons.

Many of those steps ordered by Obama face major legal challenges and intense political opposition, raising the risk that they could be undermined or even discarded once Obama leaves office in 2017. Contrast that with the EU, where lawmakers have approved a cap-and-trade emissions scheme that U.S. lawmakers have declined to enact.

“Just like every other country, this is a goal — it’s aspirational,” said Alden Meyer, policy director for the Union of Concerned Scientists. “It’s a fairly ambitious objective, especially if you assume that they’re not going to get any help from Congress.”

“Just like every other country, this is a goal — it’s aspirational”

Aspirational? No.

Inspirational? Perhaps, if you still believe in Tinkerbell.

Expectational? Yes, it’s another dumbass move, as expected.

Expirational? You betcha. It’s going to kill us all by flat-lining the economy for generations to come.

Until you see the MSM get behind plans that include building another 200 nuclear power plants, this whole thing is Socialist smoke & mirrors for a One World power grab. Seriously. If all the talk is about cut backs, new fees, raised standards, and magic turbines run by unicorn farts, then all this Climate Change Carbon Come Crap is just an excuse to tax you naked and lower your standard of living to match that of starving swamp algae.

This is America. We can do anything. You want cleaner living? Fine. Me too, although things are pretty clean already IMO. But not at the cost of jobs or quality of life. Plant trees everywhere, and start living at least half underground. Start farming clams, oysters, mussels, and conchs up and down the seaboards. Convert everything to electric power, and build enough nuclear generators to handle the load. Save most of the petrochemicals for building things out of. Plastics. Which become rare, because the “stuff” economy switches back to using metal and wood, and durability becomes the modern watchword.  Perhaps we make just 3 kinds of plastic, all uncolored, all easily recycled formulas. Universal beige. Urban Cars run on electricity and propane. City buses run on propane. City trains run on electricity. Diesel for everything else. 


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/31/2015 at 02:55 AM   
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calendar   Monday - March 30, 2015

oy gevalt

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/30/2015 at 08:43 PM   
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In My Inbox

loser  Just Go Away Already loser

My Friend,

I will soon make my decision on running for re-election and one thing is for certain - I will not be able to run a successful campaign unless I have your support.

Over the last couple of election cycles, we’ve seen incumbents take their re-elections for granted—and lose.

I promise you I am not one of them.

If I decide to stand for re-election to the United States Senate, I will give it everything I’ve got—and your continued support means a great deal to me.

Just hours remain until the end of the quarter and I need to know you stand with me.

We are still $25,687 short of our fundraising goals. Will you please reaffirm your support by making a generous contribution of $25, $50, or even $100 to help me lay the early groundwork for a successful defense in the quickly approaching primary season?

My Friend, I am not making this decision lightly and I need to know if you will stand with me.

Sincerely,

John McCain

Not a snowball’s chance in an erupting volcano you turncoat. Off all the species of RINO, you’re the one we want to go extinct ASAP.

Retire. Move to an unknown island in the far South Pacific. Buy a rocket and shoot yourself into the sun. Just. Go. Away.

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/30/2015 at 08:35 PM   
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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/30/2015 at 03:19 PM   
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cross dressing can get you killed

1 dead after driver tries to ram gate at NSA headquarters

Two men dressed as women tried to ram the gate of the National Security Agency headquarters in Fort Meade with an SUV Monday morning, resulting in a shooting that left one person dead, according to an official and sources familiar with the investigation.

After the gate was rammed around 9:30 local time, a guard reportedly got into an argument with the men and gunfire erupted. It is believed that the guard shot one or both of the men, who were taken to local hospitals to be treated, sources told Fox News.

A senior U.S. official told Fox News that one of the two people in the car is dead. A separate source says the other person has been taken to a hospital and is undergoing shock trauma, while an officer has been injured in the arm.

Chad Jones, a spokesman at Fort Meade, told The Associated Press that emergency responders are on the scene.

At least one person on a stretcher being wheeled to an ambulance appeared to be in uniform, WUSA-TV reports. There are two vehicles with damage outside the gate.

At this point, local law enforcement is saying there are local criminals. News briefing to follow. News reporters were herded off to a field by a museum more than a mile away from the gates where the incident occurred.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/30/2015 at 03:14 PM   
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Msileading Headline of the Morning

CBS: Arizona Lawmaker: Church Attendance Should Be Mandatory

Text from the story:

PHOENIX (CBS Las Vegas)– A Republican lawmaker is raising eyebrows after proposing church attendance should be made mandatory.

Arizona State Sen. Sylvia Allen made the comments during a committee meeting with lawmakers. The meeting was concerning a gun bill and concealed weapons permits, as reported by KPHO.

“I believe what’s happening to our country is that there’s a moral erosion of the soul of America,” Allen said.

Allen said more people may feel the need to carry weapons if a “moral rebirth” doesn’t occur in America.

“It’s the soul that is corrupt. How we get back to a moral rebirth I don’t know. Since we are slowly eroding religion at every opportunity that we have. Probably we should be debating a bill requiring every American to attend a church of their choice on Sunday to see if we can get back to having a moral rebirth,” she told the committee, as reported by KPHO.

“But since that would not be allowed and we would not even be debating that, I’m going to vote yes that people who are responsible who have a CCW permit don’t have to worry about their guns as they’re out and about and doing business in whatever building they’re in except ones that where they aren’t allowed,” Allen went on to say.

Democratic Sen. Steve Farley attended the meeting and posted Allen’s comments on social media. Farley also mentioned that Allen’s idea goes against the Constitution.

“Even if you believe that would stem the moral decay, I think the Constitution makes it very clear that our country is founded on the pillar of separation of church and state,” Farley said.

Please tell me how you get to “Church attendance should be mandatory” from “ since that would not be allowed and we would not even be debating that” and “Probably we should be debating a bill”? The Senator was clearly speaking hypothetically, and immediately denied her own hypothesis.

Get a friggin clue, morons.


Oh, and my guess as to the reason she shot it down is that public outcry would be deafening. Such a bill would not be at all unconstitutional. Democrat Senator Farley is misinformed.

The first line of the First Amendment reads “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” This is known as the Establishment Clause. It applies to Congress, ie the federal government. Period. What it means is that there shall be no national religion. Period. It does not apply AT ALL to the States, who are completely within their powers to decide if they wish to have an Official Religion or not.  In fact, more than one of the early state constitutions mention Protestantism in exactly this manner, and at least one, Massachusetts, also required regular church attendance. With fines for non-compliance. And they collected those fines until some point in the 1830s or 1840s IIRC.

Farley’s “pillar” is in fact completely wrong. Completely, utterly wrong in the modern sense [ see the nuance coming? ] that any contact between church and government (state and local included) is some kind of poisonous anathema. We have SCOTUS Justice (Alabama Democrat) Hugo Black to thank for this twisted view; FDR’s sycophant flunky, high school drop out, and racist Klansman. Because the Klan hated more than just blacks and gays. They hated Catholics and Jews too.

Ok ... this should get a lively debate going! Have at it!


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/30/2015 at 12:55 PM   
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Your Morning Bit Of Strange Internet, Food Edition

Diet Rice!

Oh boy, cut calories! Add a teaspoon of coconut oil to the water for every half cup of rice you boil. When it’s cooked, cool it overnight in the fridge, then reheat. It’s not magic, it’s Science In Action! and the chemistry involved can cut starch calories by 60%. No kidding.

Rice contains two types of starch: digestible and indigestible. The small intestine can’t break down the latter, which means the body can’t absorb the carbohydrates and sugars that come from it.

To convert digestible starch to indigestible, the researchers added two key steps to the process of cooking rice. First they put a teaspoon of coconut oil into boiling water before adding a half a cup of rice. The oil, the researchers explain, enters the starch granules in the rice, changing their structure to be resistant to the enzymes that would normally break down the starch during digestion.

Secondly, after the rice was done cooking, the researchers refrigerated it for 12 hours. This part is essential, the scientists say, because the cooling process expels the digestible part of the starch; once outside the rice granules, the molecules form strong bonds, turning them into indigestible starch. The amount of indigestible starch didn’t change when the rice was later reheated.




Shoppers Beware!!

Don’t Buy Breast Milk Off The Internet

Seriously? That’s even a thing?? yurk.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/30/2015 at 12:08 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - March 29, 2015

From cmblake6 and FX Phillips

Another excellent blog I frequent is cmblake6.  This morning one of his best commentators, FX Phillips made some excellent points.  Here they are.

Once again, guest poster FX has hit it right out of the fucking park. Did you wonder, at all, why the government went for this “net neutrality” thing? Once again, let’s look at 1776v1. You had to have inspirational speakers to pull the people together. To awaken them to the fact that they, individually, weren’t the only ones with that thought.

“An uprising such as you describe would serve him well.”

And how so? Because the scary media will spin it that way? All the more reason to start targeting those fascist mouthpieces. We need to continually discredit those who carry his water and give them no benefit of the doubt. If they report on his criminal enterprise don’t pat them on the head say it’s about time or point out that they are playing a shell game trying to regain credibility so they can foist that fascist c**t Hillary ! on us.

When they hit us we need to punch back twice as hard. That doesn’t mean lie but it does mean refuting their assertions and calling their preferred retorts what they are- hate filled diatribes that serve no purpose but to insult and vilify. We need to start re defining these bigots and traitors as the bigots and traitors. We need to highlight their rampant hypocrisy and the incoherence of what they espouse. Funny how in the church of state that hypocrisy is a cardinal sin but they are all guilty of it. Tolerance is a prime virtues is a prime directive but no of them demonstrate it. Point out to those who are on the fence how the first order of business to be a good “liberal” is to violate every first principle that you claim to have. Point out to them this is very similar to Islam with it’s scripturally mandated situational ethics(kitman) and the left’s any lie for the cause mandate.

A targeted vendetta against those who are causing the degradation would be well understood. Right now we are sitting with our thumbs up our asses waiting for the next rigged election with the choice between socialist and socialist light. They do not fear any repercussions. Any and all we send to that hell hole are instantly co-opted or demonized. Just look at what BOTH of the entrenched parties have started to do do to Cruz since he announced. For God’s sake that statist Obama loving “republican” maven Peggy Noonan complained he was “too smooth”. How many years did we put up with Bush the marble-mouthed? And how often did that establishment bint wish for an articulate interlocutor?
Now we have one (assuming you think he’s eligible) and she’s complaining he is too articulate. Funny that didn’t seem to worry Noonan about Obama and his tele-prompted fluency. I guess Peggy likes faux intellectuals(which most on the left are) as opposed to people who actually can demonstrate actual skills and intellect. Obama showed the skills of a fifth grader by reading fluently and she practically squirted in approval. Cruz demonstrates a basic skill that I would think a graduate of Harvard Law School would possess- to speak extemporaneously on a subject but to Peggy dutifully dumps on him like the RINO whore she is.

How long will we tolerate that enforcement of the rule of law is now radical and racist? How long do we tolerate our the now open sentiment in DC that all our property and income is theirs to redistribute as they see fit? How long do we accept that as white males in this country we are de facto second class citizens required to pay the taxes and mandates for the 75% of the people who declared vicitims while having our God given rights circumscribed and our property confiscated for the greater good.

All the avenues of peaceful redress have been blocked off except for the one that leads to the railroad station at the end of town. Hear the baaaaa, baaaaa, baaaaa as it wafts mournfully over the country side. We have to make the case that the NDSWP is engaged in a coup. We have to also make the case that their RINO junior partners are acquiescing in this coup. How many times does the NDSWP pass some liberty property confiscating legislation to RINO objections only to later have the RINOs claim when they get their turn that it would be too disruptive to eliminate(see Obamacare and coming to a neighborhood near you Scamnesty). We need to break up this phony dosey-do between these malignant tumors. We need to stop being nice and start being disruptive. We have to stop being civil to the lying punks of both parties.

We have go to stop deterring ourselves. Yes we would be demonized if we undertake this. But our reticence to hold Ali Obama and the 535 thieves and their consorts and camp followers for their slander and bad faith has given them free reign to act in a criminal manner.

They are the radicals.

They are the liars.

They are usurpers

They are the criminals.

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Posted by Dr. Jeff   United States  on 03/29/2015 at 03:32 PM   
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Obama Exposed as Pro Iranian Stooge by Iranian Defector!

Hat Tip to Rich K on this one.

This looks to be a really bad time for Liberals.  First Hillary gets caught red handed running a private spy agency, Google is caught defining internet policy and now an Iranian defector in Lausanne, Switzerland has publicly stated:

“The US negotiating team are mainly there to speak on Iran’s behalf with other members of the 5+1 countries and convince them of a deal,” he said.

That’s a pretty nasty summary of John Kerry’s function at the talks and an indictment of Obama’s foreign policy.  Our negotiating team is arguing on behalf of mad men who want to commit mass murder.

The defector is Amir Hossein Motaghi and until the 27th of March, 2015 he was a big wheel in Iranian political and journalism circles.  It appears likely that he knows what he’s talking about.  With these public statements, he is taking his life in his hands and warning the world what is happening.

A close media aide to Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian president, has sought political asylum in Switzerland after travelling to Lausanne to cover the nuclear talks between Tehran and the West.

Amir Hossein Motaghi, who managed public relations for Mr Rouhani during his 2013 election campaign, was said by Iranian news agencies to have quit his job at the Iran Student Correspondents Association (ISCA).

He says he defected because he can no longer stand to take dictation for a totalitarian regime.

Here’s the link from The Telegraph UK:
Pro-Hassan Rouhani Iranian editor defects while covering nuclear talks in Lausanne


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Posted by Dr. Jeff   United States  on 03/29/2015 at 05:43 AM   
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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/29/2015 at 04:08 AM   
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which way does it go again?

Was it “The Power of Truth” or “The Truth of Power”??

Google is the dominant search engine on the internet. Without question. Absolute domination.

Businesses can grow or die based on how they come up in a Google search.

More than 9 out of 10 people never go past the first page of search results, and I’d bet half of that 9 don’t even go halfway down the page. That’s why businesses exist to “seed” your business to the internet so that it ranks higher in Google’s databases, and thus comes out higher in the search pile. The blog email gets ads for this every single day.

Google is not at all political. Didn’t we see some firings there a year back, a bit of backstabbing to get rid of an executive or two who supported some legal political initiative that passed years ago, but is antithetical today? Oh, wait, sorry that was Mozilla, aka Firefox. Nothing to do with Google. Google must be pure as freshly fallen snow, I’m sure, and not involved politically a bit. Right?

Wrong. Guess again.

Guess which company was the second largest employee contributor to Obama’s campaigns? Guess who lent technical staff and leadership to those campaigns?

Guess who could make billions off of Net Neutrality and has been pushing hard for it?

Yep, you got it in one, both times.

Guess who has the ability, or damn close to it already in this dumbed down lazy age, to “determine” what truth is for a huge piece of the global population, simply by diddling their search results weighing algorithms?

Because if you don’t see it, it isn’t there. And if it isn’t there, it isn’t true. As the kids say “video or it ain’t real”.

All the more reason to use DogPile, or any of the other search engines. Even Yahoo. Except that none of them are even half as good as Google, usually. Truth has become a popularity contest.

Read an interesting essay on the whole thing, with a big lean towards the Obama Regime’s connections, right here.

… Still, all of this is easily forgiven compared to what’s coming next: politically filtered information.

Google says that in the future, its determinations about what is true and what is untrue will play a role in how search-engine rankings are configured.

Google has the power to bump an article it doesn’t like off the table and under the rug. Even moving information off the first page of search results would effectively neutralize it: According to a 2013 study, 91.5 percent of Google search users click through on a first-page result.

To put it mildly, your idea of whether Fox News or MSNBC is a more reliable purveyor of “truth” might differ substantially from your neighbor’s.

Google’s idea of ranking results based on truth is an excellent one that it should implement just as soon as it comes up with an absolutely, unbiased and objective system of determining truth.

I’m sure of it. Cough, cough, hack, snerch, ach, hem, cough cough.

You know, just a few years ago this would have been the grandest tinfoil hat theory of all time. Now, not so much. The only tinfoil is in the GoogleBlindfold™ they want you to wear most of the time.

PS - have you wiped your browsing history today?


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 03/29/2015 at 01:53 AM   
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