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America’s “Best and Brightes News Media” tell us how to protect ourselves in case of the middle of the night never mention a gun for self protection

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Spinning propeller hat alert!

 

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Of course it would be none other than the propeller heads at NBC below who would offer defenses against violent home invasions without mentioning the use of a gun.

What is with these people, have they taken to many trips on the merry-go-round?

Want to bet Sandra Bullock or her body guards had guns readily available?

In June, an intruder broke into Sandra Bullock’s Los Angeles home and got within steps of the star’s bedroom. On Aug. 14, NBA star Ray Allen’s family was hit, waking up to find seven intruders in their Coral Gables, Florida, home. Not even the Kennedys are immune: On July 15, an intruder got into their sprawling compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.

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crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Snopes, a source I rarely use has this listed as mixed, yet in their explanation there is no substantive  difference if any with the original article.

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Posted originally in 2013 perhaps  the writer and those who doubt Allah’s plan were not aware exactly how malignant believers in overt jihad and sharia truly are.


You don’t think we’re in a war?

Bet you thought you’d never see this in your lifetime.

And here I thought it was against the law to deface U.S. currency. Maybe it’s not illegal under Sharia Law.

A lady in Monte Vista, CO had this dollar bill. This is her story. You don’t think we’re in a war. What thoughts come to mind! These are starting to show up around our country!

After dinner she took a $1 dollar bill out of her purse and displayed it on the table. Underneath the words “In God We Trust” someone had stamped the dollar bill in red ink — NO GOD BUT ALLAH. We asked her where she had gotten this dollar bill.

She said it was part of her change in Alamosa, CO. We took a picture of her dollar bill. If anyone tries to give you one of these dollar bills as change, please refuse it and ask them to give you a dollar bill that has not been defaced.

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Origins:   Writing on, drawing on, stamping, or otherwise marking or altering currency is an ages-old practice which people have engaged in for a wide variety of reasons: to (illegally) change a bill’s value, as a form of artistic expression or fandom, as an outlet for humor, as a means of tracking a given bill’s circulation, or as a venue for spreading political and social (protest) messages.

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Well now our good friends at the New York Times have finally looked at the facts on Gun Violence and found: Assault Weapons Are A Myth

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

It looks as though the NY Times has blown the lid off the charade that semiautomatic weapons when the sanctimonious “Ho’s and pimps” on the left have been trying to sell us is pure hog wash.

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Can you tell the difference between the semi automatic AR-14 above and the one below?

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In anti-gun states like California, the magazine would be limited to ten rounds and the magazine could not be readily released without taking more time to do so because of the forced addition of the “Bullet Button”

A semi automatic weapon is just that, pull the trigger, fire a round, and automatic weapon is a weapon of war and when turned on full automatic, it can shoot as many rounds in its magazine.

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Dianne Feinstein, the 80 1 year old “Blister,” and Obama are emblematic of those who would subvert the U.S. Constitution when they factually swore an oath to protect and defend it. 

Obama is just part of the issue as he is well aware of his Marxist and communist brothers banning all guns before smashing their citizens, those still alive into slaves.

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Our Founding Fathers had it right just as Obama has found his place in history.

NY TIMES

Posted on September 13, 2014

 

OVER the past two decades, the majority of Americans in a country deeply divided over gun control have coalesced behind a single proposition: The sale of assault weapons should be banned.

That idea was one of the pillars of the Obama administration’s plan to curb gun violence, and it remains popular with the public. In a poll last December, 59 percent of likely voters said they favor a ban.

But in the 10 years since the previous ban lapsed, even gun control advocates acknowledge a larger truth: The law that barred the sale of assault weapons from 1994 to 2004 made little difference.

It turns out that big, scary military rifles don’t kill the vast majority of the 11,000 Americans murdered with guns each year. Little handguns do.

In 2012, only 322 people were murdered with any kind of rifle, F.B.I. data shows.

The continuing focus on assault weapons stems from the media’s obsessive focus on mass shootings, which disproportionately involve weapons like the AR-15, a civilian version of the military M16 rifle. This, in turn, obscures some grim truths about who is really dying from gunshots.

Annually, 5,000 to 6,000 black men are murdered with guns. Black men amount to only 6 percent of the population. Yet of the 30 Americans on average shot to death each day, half are black males.

It was much the same in the early 1990s when Democrats created and then banned a category of guns they called “assault weapons.” America was then suffering from a spike in gun crime and it seemed like a problem threatening everyone. Gun murders each year had been climbing: 11,000, then 13,000, then 17,000.

Democrats decided to push for a ban of what seemed like the most dangerous guns in America: assault weapons, which were presented by the media as the gun of choice for drug dealers and criminals, and which many in law enforcement wanted to get off the streets.

This politically defined category of guns — a selection of rifles, shotguns and handguns with “military-style” features — only figured in about 2 percent of gun crimes nationwide before the ban.

Handguns were used in more than 80 percent of murders each year, but gun control advocates had failed to interest enough of the public in a handgun ban. Handguns were the weapons most likely to kill you, but they were associated by the public with self-defense. (In 2008, the Supreme Court said there was a constitutional right to keep a loaded handgun at home for self-defense.)

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It’s all about Obama’s failure to seal United States Boarders: Enterovirus D68 makes its way to the Northeast

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Obama has used his failure to close the borders as a political football long enough.  It’s time to remove him and his ilk form office in 2014-and 2016.

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Do we need an Ebola virus to kick in and start killing people before people will wake up?

Dr. Howard Zucker, who comments in the video below.

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There is an antiviral and it’s been on the market for years. It’s called Tamiflu and can be given to children as young as two weeks old.

Indications

Tamiflu is a prescription medicine used to treat the flu (influenza) in people 2 weeks of age and older who have had flu symptoms for no more than 2 days. Tamiflu can also reduce the chance of getting the flu in people 1 year and older.

Tamiflu does not prevent bacterial infections that may happen with the flu.

Tamiflu is not a substitute for an annual flu vaccination.

Published September 13, 2014

 

The mysterious respiratory virus that’s been making children sick across the United States has made its way to the Northeast.

More than a dozen cases of enterovirus D68 have been confirmed in New York state, officials said Friday, and FoxCT.com said that two Connecticut hospitals have reported possible cases.

The virus, which is responsible for sending dozens of children to hospitals in the Midwest, especially affects children with asthma. There is no vaccine and, because it is a virus, there is no cure.

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Obama admin threatened criminal charges if Foleys paid ISIS ransom

By United Press International

foley_parents-300x180In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper Thursday, Diane Foley, mother of James Foley, one of the journalists recently beheaded by ISIS, said the Foley family was threatened with criminal charges if they attempted to pay the ransom on their son’s head.

According to Foley, a military official issued forbade the family from going to the media and threatened to prosecute them for supporting terrorism if they attempted to raise the $132 million dollar ransom demanded by ISIS.

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Three times he intimidated us with that message. We were horrified he would say that. He just told us we would be prosecuted. We knew we had to save our son, we had to try,” Foley told Cooper.

But according to Foley, the family was intimidated into inaction by the threats.

“[We were asked] to just trust that it would be taken care of . . . we were just told to trust that he would be freed somehow miraculously . . . and he wasn’t was he?”

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Rand Paul talks about the issues in rare NPR interview

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

With the exception of Senator Paul’s appearance of buying what Obama was selling the other evening on nationwide television.

Libertarians in general, however, seem to have a sketchy platform on the use of our military.

I agree with the Senator from Kentucky, and believe he would make a good presidential candidate as long as he took his libertarian leaning and ran as a Republican.

NPR

, Rare Staff

 September 13, 2014 3:34 am

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Se. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) joined NPR radio Thursday for an interview that covered a wide range of topics. The Kentucky senator commented on the president’s ISIS strategy, arming the Syrian rebels, economic inequality, the minimum wage, immigration and, of course, whether or not he plans on running for a seat in the Oval Office.

On President Obama’s speech

The Constitution’s pretty clear. The Federalist papers are pretty clear. … They very specifically delegated the power to declare war to Congress. They wanted this to be a congressional decision; they did not want war to be engaged in by the executive without approval of Congress.

In this particular instance, I do support combating ISIS. I think that ISIS is a threat to our embassy, to our consulate, as well as potentially to the American people. So I support the effort; I just think he’s going about it in the wrong way.

Basically, military intervention should be done constitutionally, by Congress, and in the deliberations there should be a discussion of whether or not there’s a vital American interest or a vital American need in that area. I would say that the previous engagements in Libya and in Syria have led to a stronger ISIS, have led to a safe haven for ISIS.

One of the points the president made in his speech was [that] one of the core elements, core principles, of his administration would be that no one who threatens the United States would have safe haven. I would make the argument that ISIS has had a safe haven for the last two years precisely because of our intervention in Syria. Not only our arming of the rebels, but Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait — millions if not hundreds of millions of dollars of arms have poured into Syria.

On arming the Syrian rebels

We’ve gone too far in thinking we can re-create an American democratic paradise in the Middle East. We have time and time again toppled secular dictators and they’ve been replaced by chaos. Libya’s a perfect example. So what I would say is that Libya, because of President Obama’s intervention to topple a secular dictator, is now less safe and actually more of a threat to America. Same with Syria.

On income inequality

I think inequality can be a problem and interestingly seems to be getting a little bit worse under this administration. Income inequality is worse in towns run by Democrat mayors than in towns run by Republican mayors. … You have to ask what’s the cause of it. Some would argue, for example, you’re a multimillionaire and you get a $500 million loan to build solar panels — would that be aiding income inequality? I’m an ordinary middle-class guy, I don’t get a $500 million loan from the government, so some would argue that the government aids and abets income inequality and the marketplace has income inequality but it’s based on you pleasing someone.

I would say the policy aim of government absolutely should be that government should not contribute to income inequality.

On the minimum wage

I think like most policies that are well-intended, we need to look at the intentions of the policy and then the outcome of the policy. The people who get hurt the most when you raise the minimum wage are the people with the least skills or the most animus toward them getting started in the workplace. So the person who is most affected, the unemployment that rises the fastest and steepest with raising the minimum wage, is black teenagers.

If we make the minimum wage $25, will more people or less people work? I think it’s without question there would be less jobs.

On immigration

The most important thing about immigration reform is that if there’s any component of forgiveness … it can only be done if you secure the border first. The reasoning is that if you offer any sort of beacon of forgiveness without having a secure border, everyone will come.

I don’t envision security being a 20-foot-tall wall; what I envision security [as] is a functioning, legal immigration system.

On running for president

We’re thinking about it, and it’ll probably be in the spring we’ll make our final decision.

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Nancy Pelosi: Civilization ‘In Jeopardy’ If GOP Takes Senate

U.S. House of Representatives Minority Leader Pelosi speaks before she helps unveiling the Harvey Milk Forever Stamp at its dedication ceremony at the White House in Washington  
Chuck Ross

Reporter

 

On the one hand, California U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi claims that Democrats are not “fear-mongers;” on the other hand, she believes civilization is doomed if Republicans take control of the Senate from Democrats in November.

The former speaker of the House made those dramatic, incongruous statements on “Real Time with Bill Maher,” which aired live from Washington, D.C. Friday.

Maher asked Pelosi about recent polling which shows that the GOP is likely to take over the upper chamber and asked, given gridlock in Washingon, why it matters that Democrats keep control.

“It would be very important for the Democrats to retain control of the Senate,” Pelosi told Maher. “Civilization as we know it today would be in jeopardy if the Republicans win the Senate.”

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Democrats currently hold 53 seats in the Senate. Republicans have 45. Two independents caucus with Democrats.

Maher asked about voter turnout for Democrats, which he asserted was too low to carry the party in the mid-term.

“Nobody comes about to vote to say ‘thank you,’” Maher said. “The people who get health care now — they’re the people least likely to vote. The people who come out to vote are the angry people.”

“That’s true,” said Pelosi. “Fear is a motivator, and we are not fear-mongers. The Democrats are messengers of hope, and that’s what we will continue to be.”

Nevertheless, Pelosi said she thinks election models are flawed.

“All of the prognostications are predicated on false, ancient, old, stale assumptions,” she claimed. “We’re in a whole new world of communications now.”

Pelosi pointed out that “prognosticators” initially predicted that former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor would win his GOP primary by 35 points. Instead, he lost by 10, she said.

“They were 45 points long, 90 miles off shore of Washington, D.C.,” Pelosi said of the pollsters.

“So how do they know what’s going on in the heartland of America?” the San Francisco liberal asked.

Hillary Clinton Faces Skeptical Iowa Voters

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

I get a kick out of those who believe that Hillary Clinton is still going to be the Democrat’s flag bearer for the presidency in 2016.

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She has no clear way to pick up even a large percentage of voters, the 47% who in some way favor Obama.

Someone needs to carpet bomb her with the following clue: ” If your potential campaign isn’t dead, it’s clearly moribund.  ( Definition provided for the occasional democrats who wander aimlessly on to our pages.)

 

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Most Americans remember her as the recidivist perjurer if the Congressional hearings on Benghazi, whining, like nails on a chalk board, “What Difference does it make?

Those words will become the death card to your campaign if you can bribe your way into being the candidate for the Democrats.

The bloom is long since off the Clinton rose, with true Americans aware that the Republic cannot tolerate her Marxist ideas.

Yep, we need change Hillary but it’s just not you!
Ahead of Possible 2016 Run, Former Secretary of State to Make Her First Visit to the State Since 2008
By Peter Nicholas

The Wall Street Journal

Hillary Clinton, shown at a July ‘Talking Is Teaching; Talk Read Sing’ event in Oakland, Calif., will speak Sunday at Democratic events in Iowa. Getty Images

DES MOINES, Iowa—It was Iowa that punctured Hillary Clinton’s bid for the presidency in 2008. If she runs again, it looks like she still has work to do.

Some Democrats who backed other candidates in the state’s caucuses in 2008 say they haven’t yet warmed to Mrs. Clinton. Others bristled at her recent criticism of President Barack Obama’s Mideast policy. Accustomed to watching presidential candidates up close, some say they want to see a more accessible and authentic candidate than the one who finished third behind Mr. Obama and former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina.

Mrs. Clinton remains the favorite to win her party’s nomination, should she run in 2016, and a super PAC is already making a substantial effort to help her here and in other states. She will have a chance to make new impressions when she returns to Iowa Sunday for the first time in six years to headline, along with former President Biparticularly in Syria and Iraq—are an area of concern. Her background at the State Department and her knowledge would be a valuable asset,” he said. at a  Clinton, a Democratic fundraiser and speak at an annual steak fry hosted by retiring Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin.

Mrs. Clinton’s public image has taken a hit since she left her job as secretary of state. Some 43% of registered voters viewed her positively in a national Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll taken early this month, down from 59% when she entered the State Department in 2009.

Dale Todd, a former Cedar Rapids city councilman who backed Mr. Obama in 2008, said he didn’t take well to Mrs. Clinton’s criticism in a magazine interview of the president’s delay in arming rebels in Syria and her suggestion that Mr. Obama needed a stronger organizing principle for foreign policy. “If there is some political consultant who thinks that’s the way to win Iowa, I would suggest they are incredibly wrong,” he said.

But Bret Nilles, chairman of the Linn County Democratic Party and backer of Mrs. Clinton in 2008, said her global experience is an important credential. “Events in the Middle East

Asked about Mrs. Clinton’s ratings, the Republican governor of Iowa, Terry Branstad, pointed to a similar tumble on the part of Mr. Obama. “She was part of his administration,” he said.

Linda Langston, a 2008 Obama backer who serves on the Linn County Board of Supervisors, said Mrs. Clinton didn’t come across as approachable in that race, and that Mr. Obama seemed the more down-to-earth figure. “In 2008, there was this sense of entitlement: ‘This is mine, and I should be able to move forward with this,’ ” said Ms. Langston, who is leaning toward backing Mrs. Clinton now.

Steve Sovern, a former Democratic state senator from Cedar Rapids, said Mrs. Clinton hasn’t joined the fight to diminish the influence of money in politics, and that he would like to see liberal Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) enter the race. “I feel it’s time to turn the page,” he said. “It’s time for a fresh start.”

 

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At the same time, some Iowa Democrats have warmed to Mrs. Clinton since her service as secretary of state under Mr. Obama. Libby Gotschall Slappey, of Cedar Rapids, backed Mr. Obama in 2008 but is now lining up with Mrs. Clinton. “Frankly, she has softened a bit,” she said, adding, “She’s really earned her stripes.”

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Maxine Waters: Americans are Bigots for Opposing Sharia Law

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

The embarrassment to all democrats, women, black women, members of congress and man kind in general.

The only surprise here is that Waters didn’t call Americans “Racists,” for their beliefs, clearly not knowing the Islam is not a “Race, but a Cult,” obviously one she supports.

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Maxine Waters is a typical racist member of the Congressional Black Caucus and proves once again, the bar is not high to draw a monthly pay check for members of those once “Hallowed halls.

Remember she is standing on the shoulders of “Intellectual giants,” Hank “Worried about Guam tipping over, Johnson,( GA) Elenore “The racist Holmes-Norten” and the always inane, Sheila Jackson Lee from  (TX.)
“There is no Radical Islam, just Islam, Republicans need to get that straight?”

If you think about it, she’s correct, ergo there are no moderate Muslims and they should be treated the exact same way as we treat the radical ones.

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Tim Brown

I confess I’ve been called a bigot for lots of things simply because I have a Christian worldview. I’ve been called it by atheists, homosexuals and Islamists, but they always use that because they simply cannot defend their positions, and so, they resort to name calling. It shouldn’t surprise anyone then that socialist Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) spoke at an Islamic Society of Orange County town hall meeting on the issue of the Constitution and Sharia law.

Keep in mind that this town hall meeting took place in 2012, but her words are still relevant today because she and others like her continue to think like this. Also keep in mind that the Islamic Society of Orange County claims to be a “non-political organization.”

“Over the last year, and due to the focus of House Republicans on so-called ‘Muslim radicalization,’ we have seen politicians and pundits attacking the Islamic faith as a security threat to the United States,” she said. “Across the country, these people are exploiting fear and trying to convince state legislatures that the state adoption of Sharia tenants is the strategy extremists are using to transform the United States into an Islamic country.”

Wow! There is far too much in just that one statement that is easily demonstrated to be true. First, as I always point out, there is no “radical Islam,” only Islam. Republicans need to get that right. Second, it wasn’t Republicans who tweeted this out:

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