Monthly Archives: August 2013

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I have gathered a collection of news you will not hear anywhere else. Read on and shudder in fear and disgust. I know I did.

In Montana a former high school teacher was sentenced to 30 days plus 1 day already served for raping a 14 year old student.  Judge G, Todd Baugh suspended his initial 15-year sentence and issued this irrational 30-day sentence to Stacey Rambold, age 54, who was convicted of raping Cherice Morales at least three times. According to a local paper the judge justified his actions by claiming that the 14 year old was “older than her chronological age.” So in the twisted mind of this judge it’s the victims fault the perverted “adult” in this tragedy can’t keep his pants on. Talk about siding with a child molester! Just what are they teaching teachers now days? The rapes took place in 2008 and in 2010 the young Morales committed suicide. Her mother claimed the rapes played “a huge role” in her daughters death. The pervert is now free to pursue other underage girls. The good people of Montana need to impeach this idiot judge.

In the northern counties of Colorado the locals have had enough of the unresponsive and overbearing governor and state legislators. The governor and his cronies in the state house have recently passed laws concerning gun control, renewable energy and oil and gas production. These new laws have little support outside of the minority of liberals who support them. Tired of being demonized, ignored and abused by legislators trying to regulate or tax them out of existence the citizens of northern Colorado have begun the process of seceding from the state in hopes of becoming the 51st state. A huge chunk of the states revenue comes from this part of Colorado so the liberals are starting to worry. Also, there is precedent. In 1791 Vermont was created from New York. Soon afterward Kentucky separated itself from Virginia. In 1796 Tennessee came out of North Carolina. In 1820 Maine left Massachusetts and in 1863 West Virginia broke from Virginia.  The demonization campaign against those who support the creation of Americas newest, conservative state will begin shortly, and you can bet it will get ugly. I think we should help the good people of northern Colorado exercise their right of self-governance.

If you are one of the three people who actually watch MSNBC this story may not be news to you. Toure Neblett, a “host” on the network no one watches has come up with a new “conspiracy” theory. Apparently this “host” believes that having the media report on the killings of the Australian baseball player Chris Lane and WWII vet Delbert Belton by blacks is “a vile new tactic” by those seeking to make some “point about race in America.” One gets the impression from this intellectual pygmies argument that only white on black crime merits news coverage. The real racial tragedy is that morons like Mr. Neblett refuse to report on the surge over the last few years of black on white crimes and the fact that young black men are killing themselves off in record numbers. If there is a racist in the room I think it is the person who choose what he reports according to the color of the victims/perpetrators skin. I wonder who that could be?

Finally, the Holder Injustice Department has reared its ugly, authoritarian head again. Mr. Holder has decided that black children in Louisiana must stay in failing public schools. To ensure that another generation of “his people” remain intellectually impoverished but politically well indoctrinated he has sued the state over its school voucher program. He hides this despicable reasoning by claiming that black school children who opt for the vouchers and leave failing public schools for private ones are slowing the “desegregation process.” In what is a typical liberal thought process it is completely acceptable for children to be forced to remain in failing schools as long as the racial quotas are maintained. Remind me again, who is the racist?  

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The Soulless Six

In July public school teacher Neal Erickson was sentenced 15-30 years in prison. Neal Erickson received the sentence for molesting an eighth-grade boy. I think he got off light. Six of his fellow teachers, all women interestingly enough, feel he was punished to severely.

This shocking insensitivity by what I will call the soulless six led to a call for those teachers to be fired. The logic here is mind blowingly simple. Anyone who would defend a child molester simply cannot be trusted with children.

This common sense approach led to the call to have the soulless six fired. It makes perfect sense to me. The West Branch City school board however seems ill prepared to deal with common sense. The school board voted not to fire the soulless six.
School board President Jack Money read a statement in a meeting of teachers and parents announcing the decision. “We believe the letters written by the teachers may be protected under First Amendment rights and that any disciplinary action will subject us to expensive, and potentially lengthy, lawsuits,” 

Let me be clear. The first amendment is not the issue here, nor should it be. The safety of the children is the issue here. By taking this position it seems the school board is entirely comfortable with the possibility of sacrificing the children in its care to avoid the possibility of lawsuits from teachers who support child molesters.

There are some incontrovertible facts about child molesters. First, when a victim eventually comes forward that victim is almost never the molester’s first victim. Second, and probably just as disturbing, pedophiles have an astounding recidivism rate.

The soulless six, who are unconcerned about child molesters in their presence and school board members who allow such teachers to remain in their schools simply cannot have a soul. Anyone who would support the soulless six or worse, allow them to continue as teachers and administrators is, in my mind, an accomplice.

There is no doubt in my mind, both the soulless six and the board members who support them must be removed from the school system. There is simply no other reasonable course of action.

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A Hill To Die On

Senator Mike Lee of Utah (my senator) has spent the last few weeks trying to gather support for his idea of de-funding obamacare. His plan is deceptively simple. Have the house pass a funding bill that pays for everything but obamacare. This bill will then be sent to the senate for its “consideration.” The theory is that the healthcare law is so wildly unpopular that the democrats in the senate will not have the political stomach to vote for it once more. Perhaps.

I am a long time observer of the militant liberal democratic politician. I can assure you that there will be no defections of democrat senators when the house bill is sent over. Any senator who even contemplates such a desertion will have pressure put upon him by the democratic party and their subservient media that will make the pressures at the bottom of the sea look like a comparative walk in the park. While liberals like to scream about conservatives voting in lockstep it is an undeniable historical fact that it is the liberals who vote en mass. This occasion will be no different.

Upon receiving the bill from the house the senate democrats, having the majority, will simply reinstate the obamacare funding and pass the bill back to the house. The house then could re-pass the bill and send it back to a senate that would then repeat itself. This circus would continue only as long as the republicans could stand the heat being dished out by the president and his media. You know, starving old people and denying seniors their social security etc to make the rich richer. Under current republican leadership, especially in the senate, the republicans would instantly cave under the manufactured media pressure. This would give the democrats two victories for the price of one.

The first victory would be a policy one. The reprehensible obamacare would be funded and once funded, will be virtually impossible to repeal. The second victory would be political. For the next ten years all we would hear about from the democrats and their media allies is how they courageously defeated the evil republicans, saving mankind in the process. We have seen this show before. How the republicans, when faced with “the will of the people”, even though there were no people, saw the light and caved.

I am a reluctant proponent of Mike Lee’s plan. Not because I am unsure of the plan, but because I know just how weak our so-called leadership is. Even when faced with overwhelming support their most important consideration is “but what will they think of us? What if they start calling us names?”

I have news for you in the leadership. They have been calling us names for as long as I can remember and, like the schoolyard bullies they are, will continue to do so as long as it gets them the results they seek. I suspect that even if the plan fails in its political objective there will be an energizing effect on the conservative base that could end up moving mountains.

Mike Lee’s plan may or may not work. I think it is about time though that our so-called leadership finally stood for something that we conservatives actually believe in. It is time they acted like the adults we thought they were when we elected them. If Mike Lee’s plan should fail, then we take our lumps and continue to move forward. However, if my party had to pick a hill to die on this is as good as it gets.

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The President of Firsts

The Kenyan little Barry claims to be a transformative figure. There is certainly a case to made for that argument, although I doubt it is the case he would want you to think about.

He is the first half-black president of the U.S. Unlike poor George Zimmerman who is the first White/Hispanic, the Kenyan little Barry’s supporters constantly refer to him as “our first black” president. Exactly why the color of someone’s skin is important escapes me.

I came across a list of Barry’s firsts complied, with sources, by Doug Ross on the directorblue blogspot. There are numerous other sad firsts not included here but this list should be more than enough to convince anyone who is the least bit open-minded that this is the most corrupt administration ever. This is a positively tragic list of “accomplishments.” In my mind the people who voted for this thug have one hell of a lot to answer for.

President Barack Obama’s Complete List of Historic Firsts [Updated]
Yes, he’s historic, alright.

Law and Justice
• First President to Violate the War Powers Act (Unilaterally Executing American Military Operations in Libya Without Informing Congress In the Required Time Period – Source: Huffington Post)
• First President to Triple the Number of Warrantless Wiretaps of U.S. Citizens (Source: ACLU)
• First President to Sign into Law a Bill That Permits the Government to “Hold Anyone Suspected of Being Associated With Terrorism Indefinitely, Without Any Form of Due Process. No Indictment. No Judge or Jury. No Evidence. No Trial. Just an Indefinite Jail Sentence” (NDAA Bill – Source: Business Insider)

• First President to Refuse to Tell the Public What He Did For Eight (8) Hours After Being Informed That a U.S. Ambassador Was Facing Imminent Death During a Terror Attack (Source: Mediate)
• First President to Lie About the Reason For an Ambassador’s Death, Blaming it on an Internet Video Rather Than What He Knew to be the Case: the Al Qaeda-linked Terror Group Ansar al-Sharia (Source: House Oversight Committee, et. al.)
• First President to Have an Innocent Filmmaker Thrown in Jail After Lying About the Cause for a Deadly Attack on U.S. Diplomats, Using the Filmmaker as a Scapegoat (Source: CNN)

• First President to Use the IRS to “Unfairly Target Political Enemies” as Well as Jewish Groups (Source: Sen. Ted Cruz)
• First President to Unlawfully Seize Telephone Records of More than 100 Reporters to Intimidate and/or Bully Them (Source: Associated Press)
• First President to Witness a Single Cabinet Secretary Commit Multiple Hatch Act Violations Without Acting, Speaking Out, Disciplining or Firing That Person (Source: New York Times)

• First President to Have His Attorney General Held in Criminal Contempt of Congress For His Efforts to Cover Up Operation Fast and Furious, That Killed Over 300 Individuals (Source: Politico)
• First President to claim Executive Privilege to shield a sitting Attorney General from a Contempt of Congress finding for perjury and withholding evidence from lawful subpoenas (Source: Business Insider)
• First President to Issue Unlawful “Recess-Appointments” Over a Long Weekend — While the U.S. Senate Remained in Session (against the advice of his own Justice Department – Source: United States Court of Appeals)

• First President to Fire an Inspector General of Americorps for Catching One of His Friends in a Corruption Case (Source: Gawker)
• First President to “Order a Secret Amnesty Program that Stopped the Deportations of Illegal Immigrants Across the U.S., Including Those With Criminal Convictions” (Source: DHS documents uncovered by Judicial Watch)
• First President to Sue States for Enforcing Voter ID Requirements, Which Were Previously Ruled Legal by the U.S. Supreme Court (Source: CNN)

• First President to Encourage Racial Discrimination and Intimidation at Polling Places (the New Black Panthers voter intimidation case, Source: Investors Business Daily)
• First President to Refuse to Comply With a House Oversight Committee Subpoena (Source: Heritage Foundation)
• First President to Arbitrarily Declare an Existing Law Unconstitutional and Refuse to Enforce It (Defense of Marriage Act – Source: ABC News)

• First President to Increase Surveillance of American Citizen Under the Patriot Act by 1,000 Percent in Four Years (Source: NBC News)
• First President to Demand a Company Hand Over $20 Billion to One of His Political Appointees (BP Oil Spill Relief Fund – Source: Fox News)
• First President to Have a Law Signed By an ‘Auto-pen’ Without Being “Present” (Source: The New York Times)

• First President to publicly announce an enemies list (consisting of his opponents campaign contributors; and to use the instrumentalities of government to punish those on the list – Source: Heritage Foundation)
• First President to Attempt to Block Legally-Required 60-Day Layoff Notices by Government Contractors Due to His Own Cuts to Defense Spending — Because The Notices Would Occur Before the Election. (Source: National Journal)
• First President to Intentionally Disable Credit Card Security Measures (in order to allow over-the-limit donations, foreign contributions and other illegal fundraising measures – Source: Power Line)

• First President to send 80 percent of a $16 billion program (green energy) to his campaign bundlers and contributors, leaving only 20% to those who did not contribute. (Source: Washington Examiner)
• First President to Propose an Executive Order Demanding Companies Disclose Their Political Contributions to Bid on Government Contracts (Source: Wall Street Journal)
• First President to issue an Executive Order implementing a “Racial Justice System”, a system that tries to achieve “racially equivalent outcomes” for crimes (Source: Daily Caller)

• First President to Leak Confidential IRS Tax Records to Groups Aligned Politically With Him for Partisan Advantage (Source: The Hill Newspaper)
• First President to Use the EPA to Punish Political Enemies and Reward Political Allies (Source: Competitive Enterprise Institute)
• First President to Send Millions in Taxpayer Dollars to His Wife’s Former Employer (Source: White House Dossier)

• First President to Have His Administration Fund an Organization Tied to the Cop-Killing Terrorist Group, the Weather Underground (Source: National Review)

• First President to Preside Over a Cut to the Credit Rating of the United States Government (Source: Reuters)
• First President to Bypass Congress and Implement the DREAM Act Through Executive Fiat (Source: Christian Science Monitor)
• First President to Move America Past the Dependency Tipping Point, In Which 51% of Households Now Pay No Income Taxes (Source: Center for Individual Freedom)

• First President to Increase Food Stamp Spending By More Than 100% in Less Than Four Years (Source: Sen. Jeff Sessions)
• First President to Spend a Trillion Dollars on ‘Shovel-Ready’ Jobs — and Later Admit There Was No Such Thing as Shovel-Ready Jobs (Source: President Obama during an early meeting of his ‘Jobs Council’)
• First President to Threaten Insurance Companies After They Publicly Spoke out on How Obamacare Helped Cause their Rate Increases (Source: The Hill)

• First President to Abrogate Bankruptcy Law to Turn Over Control of Companies to His Union Supporters (Source: Wall Street Journal)
• First President to Propose Budgets So Unreasonable That Not a Single Representative From Either Party Would Cast a Vote in Favor (Sources: The Hill, Open Market)
• First President Whose Economic Policies Have the Number of Americans on Disability Exceed the Population of New York (Source: CNS News)

• First President to Sign a Law Requiring All Americans to Purchase a Product From a Third Party (Source: Wall Street Journal)
• First President to Sue States For Enforcing Immigration Laws Passed by Congress (Source: The Arizona Republic newspaper)
• First President to See America Lose Its Status as the World’s Largest Economy (Source: Peterson Institute)

• First President to redistribute $26.5 billion of the taxpayers’ funds to his union supporters in the UAW (Source: Heritage Foundation)
• First President to Threaten an Auto Company (Ford) After It Publicly Mocked Bailouts of GM and Chrysler (Source: Detroit News)
• First President to Attempt to Bully a Major Manufacturing Company Into Not Opening a Factory in a Right-to-Work State (Boeing’s facility in South Carolina – Source: Wall Street Journal)

Energy Policy
• First President to Endanger the Stability of the Electric Grid by Shutting Down Hundreds of Coal-Fired Plants Without Adequate Replacement Technologies (Source: National Electric Reliability Corporation – PDF)
• First President to Have His EPA Repudiated by a Federal Judge for “Overstepping Its Powers” When They Attempted to Shut Down Coal Operations in Appalachia (Source: Huffington Post)
• First President to be Held in Contempt of Court for Illegally Obstructing Oil Drilling in the Gulf of Mexico (Source: Politico)

National Security and World Affairs
• First President to Lie Repeatedly to the American People About the Murder of a U.S. Ambassador and Three Other Diplomatic Personnel for Purely Political Reasons, Rewriting a “Talking Points” Memo No Fewer Than a Dozen Times to Avoid Referencing a Pre-Planned Terror Attack (Source: ABC News)
• First President to Openly Defy a Congressional Order Not To Share Sensitive Nuclear Defense Secrets With the Russian Government (Sources: ABC News, Rep. Michael Turner)
• First President to Leak Highly Classified Military and Intelligence Secrets to Hollywood In Order to Promote a Movie That Could Help His Reelection Campaign (Source: Judicial Watch)

• First President to Terminate America’s Ability to Put a Man into Space (Sources: USA Today, ABC News)
• First President to press for a “treaty giving a U.N. body veto power over the use of our territorial waters and rights to half of all offshore oil revenue” (The Law Of The Sea Treaty, Source: Investors Business Daily)
• First President to send $200 million to a terrorist organization (Hamas) after Congress had explicitly frozen the money for fear it would fund attacks against civilians (Sources: American Thinker, The Independent [UK])

• First President to Insert Himself into White House Biographies of Past Presidents (Source: The New York Times).
• First President to Golf 122 or More Times in His First Four-and-a-half Years in Office (Source: White House Dossier)

But remember: he will not rest until all Americans have jobs, affordable homes, green-energy vehicles, and the environment is repaired, etc., etc., etc.

Any questions?

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