Saturday, October 5, 2013

Judge Napolitano ~ Obama Wants Shutdown to Be As Painful As Possible


Glenn Beck: WWII Monument Closing Is Proof Obama Could 'Shoot Millions Dead'


Something Fishy: Emergency Funding For FEMA: Government Shutdown


Former Intelligence Analyst: "Al-Qaeda's Bigger Now Than It Ever Has Been"

The problem is that "all the efforts have been about destroying the structure without dealing with why people join..."
OCTOBER 5, 2013
By Nicole Bailey
Al-Qaeda has now welcomed al-Shabab--the group responsible for the Kenya mall attack--into its ranks.
Despite the targeted US killing of al-Qaeda leaders, more and more terrorist groups are joining the al-Qaeda network and expanding membership - what led former Australian intelligence analyst Leah Farrell to say, "al-Qaeda's bigger now than it ever has been."
The Quilliam Foundation, a counter-extremism think tank, points out that something must be wrong:
Confirmed Al Qaeda attacks have increased fourfold since 11 September 2001 compared to the number before and, the attack on the twin towers aside, the number of deaths as a result of Al Qaeda terrorist attacks has also increased considerably.
How could this happen when the US is so heavily invested (in every sense of the word) in the War on Terror? Hundreds of American drone strikes have been carried out, many targeting al-Qaeda leaders, and President Obama has been the most aggressive de facto advocate of the targeted killing of terrorist leaders ever seen.
Richard Barrett, former coordinator of the al-Qaeda and Taliban Monitoring Team at the UN, thinks the problem is that "all the efforts have been about destroying the structure without dealing with why people join" so far.
It seems Barrett is right: in 2011, a decade after the 9/11 tragedy, the White House thought al-Qaeda's "relevance...and its ideology has been further diminished" and that terror threats have moved to al-Qaeda's "periphery."
President Obama needs to realize that the terrorist network is inherently decentralized and composed of "affiliations" that are just as dangerous as the Afghanistan/Pakistan leadership "core" with which he is obsessed. Both Osama bin Laden's death and the Arab Spring unrest allowed the al-Qaeda network to grow much stronger.
Our government needs a drastic and immediate restructuring of priorities and realignment of perspective to even stand a chance against the biggest al-Qaeda that has ever been.
SOURCE: Former Intelligence Analyst: "Al-Qaeda's Bigger Now Than It Ever Has Been" - Nicole Bailey

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MARK LEVIN To Obama: "We'll March on Washington" if "You Lay One Hand" on those WWII Vets




NSA admits tracking locations of cellphones in the United States

By Brendan Sasso - 10/02/13
The director of the National Security Agency revealed Wednesday that the government collected Americans' cellphone location data in bulk as part of a secret pilot program in 2010 and 2011.
The program tracked the locations of an unknown number of people in the United States who were under no suspicion of wrongdoing.
At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander said the agency "received samples in order to test its systems" but that the cellphone location data was not used for any intelligence analysis.  
He said the NSA is no longer collecting the information under Section 215 of the Patriot Act and promised that the agency would notify Congress before it resumes the program. 
"This may be something that would be a future requirement for the country, but it is not right now because when we identify a number, we can give that to the FBI," Alexander said. "When they get their probable cause, they can get the location data they need."
He said the NSA would have to receive permission from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to resume the indiscriminate collection of U.S. cellphone data.
Leaks by Edward Snowden revealed earlier this year that the NSA is using Section 215 of the Patriot Act to collect records on all U.S. phone calls. Those records include phone numbers, call times and call durations — but whether the NSA also collected cellphone location information had remained unclear.  
At a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing last week, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) asked Alexander about the existence of a location data program.  
Alexander responded that the NSA is not currently collecting cellphone location data in bulk, but Wyden pressed the NSA chief on whether the agency had "ever" collected such information.
“What I don't want to do, senator, is put out in an unclassified forum anything that's classified here,” Alexander said at the time. 
In a statement Wednesday, Wyden, who has access to classified information as a member of the Intelligence panel, said Alexander is still concealing information about the NSA's tracking of U.S. cellphones. 
“After years of stonewalling on whether the government has ever tracked or planned to track the location of law abiding Americans through their cell phones, once again, the intelligence leadership has decided to leave most of the real story secret — even when the truth would not compromise national security,” Wyden said. 
Whether the government needs a warrant to collect cellphone location data remains an open legal question. Police routinely collect other records from phone companies using only a subpoena. 
But the Supreme Court ruled last year in United States v. Jones that planting a GPS tracking device on a suspect's car qualifies as a search under the Fourth Amendment. 
“The NSA’s attempt to collect this data shows the need for stronger legislative oversight of the agency’s activities, but the fact is that federal, state, and local law enforcement are already regularly collecting cell phone location information without a warrant," Chris Calabrese, a lobbyist for the American Civil Liberties Union, said in a statement. "Last year a majority of the Supreme Court recognized that location information is sensitive, and we need legislation that respects privacy rights when it comes to Americans’ movements.”


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For A Good Time, Call Barry

October 5, 2013 by Ben Crystal 

Obamacare gets off to a Democrat start. Don’t pick fights you can’t win, Obama. And — Harry hates kids (still). All this — plus — colorin’ with Ol’ Jellybeans! Presented in 1080 hi-def, FOR FREE! It’s The Great Eight, from the Personal Liberty Digest™!







by Mike Vanderboegh

October 5, 2013
Speech at Hartford, Connecticut, 20 April 2013.

My name is Mike Vanderboegh and I'm a smuggler. I am from the great free state of Alabama and I am a Three Percenter.

If you need to pigeonhole my politics I consider myself a Christian libertarian. I believe in free men, free markets, the rule of law under the Founder's Republic and that the Constitution extends to everyone regardless of race, creed, color or religion.

I most especially believe in the right of the people to keep and bear arms as the ultimate guarantor of liberty.

I have also been called a "seditionist" by members of the current regime. If faithfully fulfilling my oath to the Founders' Republic and unrelenting hostility to those who would undermine and overthrow it makes me a "seditionist" then I cheerfully plead guilty.

The Three Percent movement I founded has been denounced by that paragon of moral virtue Bill Clinton and I am a perennial "honorable mention" on the Southern Poverty Law Center's list of dangerous folks. I have even been the subject of an eighteen and a half minute rant by Rachel Madcow on MSNBC and the current Attorney General of the United States knows -- and despises -- me by name because of the Fast and Furious scandal that, with my friend David Codrea, I broke the news of on the Internet. Eric Holder would not be surprised to know that the feeling is mutual.

The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence calls me an "insurrectionist" because I don't believe, as they do, in a government monopoly of violence, but rather in a literal interpretation of the 2nd Amendment as a bulwark against tyranny. Well, as my friend Kurt Hofmann says, "It is better to be despised by the despicable than admired by the admirable" and I suppose my remarks here today will only reinforce my enemies' opinions of me. I think I can bear the burden.

Yesterday was the anniversary of the battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775, but also of the liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto in 1943 and that of the Branch Davidians at Waco fifty years later to the day -- two examples of what happens when governments exercise a monopoly of violence.

It is proper, then, to contemplate the lessons of the date in history -- April 19th -- then, now and in the near future. What I say now I say with reluctance, sadness and not a little bit of dread, but say it I must.


Neither do I believe that you consent, for you would not be here today if you did. But what I say is not easy to say nor easy to hear and many of you will not like it.

"An unconstitutional law is void." So says the standard legal text American Jurisprudence. That is certainly true. The tricky part is how we are to make that point when the local, state and federal executive and legislative branches as well as the courts are in the hands of the domestic enemies of the Constitution. Every one who is currently trying to take away your right to arms starts out by saying "I support the 2nd Amendment." Let me tell you a home truth from Alabama -- Barack Obama supports the 2nd Amendment about as much as Adolf Hitler appreciated Jewish culture, or Joe Stalin believed in individual liberty. Believe what politicians do, not what they say.

So what shall we do about this current spate of tyranny breaking out all over?

The facsimile of a semi-automatic pistol that some of you hold in your hands was smuggled into your state from the South. Manufactured in Georgia, trans-shipped to Alabama, it came across your state line in the trunk of a car. The fact that the authorities of your state have not yet banned "sponge guns" is immaterial. It could as easily been a whole trunk full of real pistols. Indeed, before this year no one thought that other firearms and related items would ever be banned -- but they have been. No one thought that the authorities of your state would pass laws making criminals out of the previously law-abiding -- but they did. If they catch you violating their unconstitutional laws, they will -- when they please -- send armed men to work their will upon you. And people -- innocent of any crime save the one these tyrants created -- will die resisting them.

Yet despite the cost, these unconstitutional laws MUST be resisted. For if not now, when? And if not us, who? This is no longer a "slippery slope" leading to firearm registration and eventual confiscation -- it is a precipice that some states have already plunged over and that the federal government threatens to follow. Arrests are happening NOW. When, if not now, shall we resist? Will we allow ourselves to be shoved back once again, from the free exercise of our God-given, natural and inalienable rights to liberty? -- Shoved back once more, muttering but compliant?

THAT IS HOW WE GOT TO THIS PLACE --- WE NEVER SHOVED BACK WHEN WE COULD DO SO WITHOUT VIOLENCE. Where does it stop? When we are all disarmed slaves?

The Founders knew how to answer such tyranny. When Captain John Parker -- one of the three percent of American colonists who actively took the field against the King during the Revolution -- mustered his Minutemen on Lexington Green, it was in a demonstration of ARMED civil disobedience. He might have retreated at the British approach, but he didn't. He might have ordered his men to lay down their arms, but he didn't. His defiance was silent but plainly stated. A veteran of the French and Indian War, he did not want a war. He knew intimately the horrors of war. BUT HE ALSO KNEW THAT SOME THINGS ARE WORSE THAN WAR. The British could not tolerate his silent defiance -- and someone fired a shot.

But even before the shot heard 'round the world, the colonists understood their weaknesses and their military needs and did something about it. They smuggled. They smuggled Dutch gunpowder and French flints. They smuggled tents and uniform cloth and artillery and ammunition. Boston was the high headquarters of anti-British smuggling and John Hancock was its prime minister. Connecticut was a small empire built on patriotic smuggling. The colonists knew what to do and they did it, regardless of the risk -- regardless of all the King's ministers and the King's soldiery.

They defied the King. They resisted his edicts. They evaded his laws and they smuggled. Lord above, did they smuggle.

Now we find ourselves in a similar situation. The new King Barack and his minions have determined to disarm us. We must determine to resist them.

No one wants a new civil war (except, apparently, the anti-constitional tyrants who passed these laws and the media toadies who cheer them on) but one is staring us in the face. Yes, a civil war is staring us in the face. To think otherwise is to whistle past the graveyard of our own history. We must, if we wish to avoid armed conflict, get this message across to the collectivists who have declared their appetites for our liberty, our property and our lives --


Just like King George, such people will not care, nor modify their behavior, by what you say, no matter how loudly or in what numbers you say it. They will only pay attention to what you DO.

So defy them. Resist their laws. Evade them. Smuggle in what they command you not to have. Only by our ACTS will they be impressed. Then, if they mean to have a civil war, they will at least have been informed of the unintended consequences of their tyrannical actions. Again I say --

Defy. Resist. Evade. Smuggle. If you wish to stay free and to pass down that freedom to your children's children you can do no less than to become the lawbreakers that they have unconstitutionally made of you. Accept that fact. Embrace it. And resolve to be the very best, most successful lawbreakers you can be.

One last thing before I go. On Thursday I smuggled a half-dozen 30 round AR-15 standard capacity magazines into Connecticut in deliberate disobedience of the new state diktat.

So to Martin Looney, Mike Williams, Larry Cafarro and John McKinney I'd like to say this: I JUST COMMITTED A "D" CLASS FELONY, YOU TYRANNICAL MORONS -- PROVE IT -- WHICH YOU CAN'T -- AND CATCH ME IF YOU CAN.
And I'll tell you something else. When the new ammo restrictions go into effect the first week of July (Correction: it will be in October), I'll be back -- with two full crates of 7.62x39 ball ammunition and I will transfer said ammunition into the hands of a Connecticut citizen without the state's permission or paperwork.

And after I break their unconstitutional laws again, I'll be sitting in Frank Pepe's Pizza down in New Haven waiting for Looney and Company to come arrest me --


Thank you

What American Defeat Looks Like

Posted: 04 Oct 2013 08:48 PM PDT
Bob Morrison and Ken Blackwell
Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison, Contriubting Authors: If United States is ever to be eclipsed as a major power, defeat might begin with foreign “leaders”—all dictators, actually—having ready access to the American people via our own mass media. Recently, Russian strong man Vladimir Putin was welcomed to the editorial pages of that “newspaper of record,” The New York Times.

There, the Kremlin chief held forth on his vision for Mideast peace, a solution to Syria’s ongoing civil war, and, for good measure, lectured us on how dangerous it was dangerous for any nation to think of itself as “exceptional.” Amerika, you’re no more exceptional, he seemed to be saying, than Russia, Belarus, or even Chechnya.

Following Putin’s debut as an ex-KGB agent turned Timesman, both Iran’s new “president,” Hassan Rouhani and Syria’s boss Bashar al-Assad were captured by American journalists for what was breathlessly billed as “exclusive” interviews. Rouhani’s session was conducted by The Washington Post’s veteran deep thinker, David Ignatius, while Assad parried light jabs from FOX News questioners, the serious and sonorous Greg Palkot (sans helmet) and the always entertaining Dennis Kucinich.

Because President Obama has a known aversion to dealing with foreign crises, this shaping of American public opinion by foreign dictators is a dangerous trend. If all men are created equal, why shouldn’t all opinions by all “leaders” be treated equally? We have our view of world events. The world has different views. Let’s hear from them about their view. Let’s be broad-minded. It can’t hurt to talk, after all.

Except that the people in those “leaders’” countries who disagree with the views expressed by their leaders have an alarming tendency to wind up dead. Pesky journalists in Moscow have been warned by shooting those who asked too many impertinent questions. Hundreds of thousands of Syrians have died in the ongoing civil war there. And Hassan Rouhani—that self-described “moderate”—never uttered a peep of protest when Iran’s mullahs were shooting down opposition voters in the streets of Tehran in 2009.

We admit we are not doing Google or Lexis/Nexis searches on Rouhani then, but we can be assured of this much: If he had protested the killing of opponents by the mullahs' regime, he would never have been permitted to run for president of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

We Americans seem to have been lulled into a stupor. It’s strangely like those years the locusts ate in the mid-seventies. That’s when Jimmy Carter urged us to get over our “inordinate fear of Communism.” Taking Carter’s University of Notre Dame speech as a starter gun, the Soviets and their cat’s paws ran freely in Africa and Latin America.

During the Cold War, there were occasional efforts to alert Americans to their peril. A few rock `em, sock `em movies such as Red Dawn and The Hunt for Red Oktober were screened. But those tended to be independent efforts.

The mainstream liberal view was represented by the novels of John LeCarré. To illustrate this point, Mark Steyn once described his lunch with the late conservative paladin Bill Buckley:
Bill was talking of how he’d created Blackie [CIA agent Blackford Oakes] as an antidote to the John Le Carre ethos, in which there’s no good, between east and west, and thus between their respective warriors at the KGB and in the western intelligence agencies. And once you accept this view the conflict is necessarily trivial: it’s just a game between opposing bureaucracies whose machinations and manoeuvres are their own justification. Le Carre was profoundly wrong but a good enough writer that his became the default there’s no bad, there’s just shades of gray and total moral equivalence template of spy fiction, and, because life imitates art, of far too many real intelligence types at the CIA and MI6 toward the end of the Cold War.President Obama was schooled in moral equivalence of East and West. We’ve never asked to see his grades at Columbia or Harvard, but it would be instructive to know at least which courses he took at those Ivy League liberal bastions. He has acknowledged attending Marxist scholars' conferences as a college student, but how many of the actual courses he took would have equipped him to understand American Exceptionalism?

He has expressed decidedly mixed views himself about American Exceptionalism. At his first G-20 Summit, he said he did believe in American Exceptionalism — but quickly added that the Brits and the Greeks doubtless believed their own nations exceptional. More recently, he took to the airwaves to tell us American Exceptionalism might require us to intervene militarily in the Syrian civil war.

It would have been nice if our own president had defended this country’s good name from the contemptuous jabs of Vladimir Putin. Mr. Obama might have said that Russia’s culture has enriched the world, but Russian rule has always been despotic.

Our president might have offered the Kremlin’s boss this challenge: If you don’t think America is exceptional, then tell us: When the Berlin Wall fell, which way did your captive people run?
Ken Blackwell was a former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission and is a senior fellow at the Family Research Council and a visiting professor at Liberty University School of Law. Bob Morrison is a Senior Fellow for Policy Studies at the Family Research Council. He has served at the U.S. Department of Education with Gary Bauer under then-Secretary William Bennett. Both are contributing authors to the ARRA News Service.



MRCTV Panda Cam

October 3, 2013 - 4:41 PM
MRCTV Panda Cam
As CNS reported earlier this week, due to the government shutdown the National Zoo's 24-hour "Panda Cam" has been turned off.  The camera offers a live feed and every moment of the Zoo's Giant Panda's lives are broadcast over the Internet for the amusement of the Panda hungry public. - See more at:
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Winds of Change

I’m, asking each of you to forward this email to everyone on your address list; in turn ask each of those to do likewise. The abuses of these elitists has to stop somewhere. It might as well be now! They are elected to represent us-  not to rip us off as they have been doing for years!

In three days, most people in The United States of America will have this message.

This is one idea that really should be passed around

*Congressional Reform Act of 2013

1. No Tenure / No Pension.

A Congressman/woman collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when they're out of office.

2. Congress (past, present & future) participates in Social Security.

All funds in the Congressional retirement fund move to the Social Security system immediately. All future funds flow into the Social Security system and Congress participates with the American people. It may not be used for any other purpose.

3. Congress can purchase their own retirement plan, just as all Americans do.

4. Congress will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. Congressional pay will rise by the lower of CPI or 3%.

5. Congress loses their current health care system and participates in the same health care system as the American people.

6. Congress must equally abide by all laws they impose on the American people.

7. All contracts with past and present Congressmen/women are void effective 12/31/13. The American people did not make this contract with Congressmen/women.

Congressmen/women made all these contracts for themselves. Serving in Congress is an honor not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, so ours should serve their term(s), then go home and back to work.

If each person contacts a minimum of twenty people then it will only take three days for most people (in the U.S. ) to receive the message. Don't you think it's time?


If you agree with the above, pass it on. If not, just delete.
You are one of my 20+ - Please keep it going, and thanks.



Saturday, October 5, 2013

Is this the video of a Mainstream Media traitor* or...

Is this a journalist or a member of the mainstream media in disguise?
Is this a video of a journalist actually doing something resembling the job of an unbiased reporter who is trying to get to the bottom of an issue?

Actions by the backbenchers of the Obama administration like this one are such rarities that confusion over who this man actually is and the 'news' organization he is affiliated with would be completely understandable.

But, imagine for a second the world of hurt that Barack Obama and the Democrats would be in if the media actually began to tell the reality of this situation and all of the other administration crises and scandals that move like toy soldiers from the front burner to the back burner never to be seen or heard about again?

It would be something to see and a huge service to our country!

For the record the White house correspondent in this video is Chuck Todd of NBC News.
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Obama Nation WHal Park Service: 'We've been told to 

make life as difficult for people as we can; it's disgusting '

Angry Obama

TWT: The games politicians play: Barack Obama is having a lot of fun using the government shutdown to squeeze the public in imaginative ways. The point of the shutdown game is to see who can squeeze hardest, make the most pious speech and listen for the applause. It’s a variation on the grade-school ritual of “you show me yours, and I’ll show you mine.” Read more

Putting America at Risk: Border Patrol Told to 'Stand Down' Amidst Government Shutdown

TPNN: Upon his inauguration, the president takes an oath. This oath of office is a bond with theAmerican people, a responsibility the president assumes to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, our rule of law. Read Here

Tyranny: Obama Regime Tries to Shut Down Privately Owned Mount Vernon w/ 'Barrycades'

TPNN: Treasonous is the word that explains the despotic behavior of the Obama regime with their multiple despicable attempts to spread symbolic propaganda in order to make the partial government shutdown appear as devastating as possible to the American people. Read Here

Mark Levin Warns Obama: Lay One Hand on a WWII Vet and I'll Bring Half a Million People to the Memorial

TPNN: In a particularly fiery segment of the Mark Levin Show, conservative radio host Mark Levin expressed his frustration with the Obama Administration’s willingness to attempt to barricade war memorials from the public as a measure to highlight the supposed effects of the government shutdown. Read Here

Obama Regime Closes Grand Canyon; Refuses Arizona Money to Keep it Open

TPNN: With the suspension of U.S. government services showing no signs of ending, tourists will continue to be turned away from the Grand Canyon, despite a push by AZ Gov. Jan Brewer and local businesses to reopen the state’s signature national park. Read Here
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