Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Now it appears during a Town Hall in Wisconsin, a Young man Had the Guts to ask the President what he meant by that. His answer does not Jive with what he said in the speech above:
How can a Civilian National Security Force that is just as powerful and as well equiped as the military have anything to do with building Schools, Training Police and Farming?
That was a hell of a tap dance around the question...
"KSDK -- Politics at the ballpark.
Tuesday night a group of tea party activists took their political message inside Busch Stadium.
Cardinals Manager Tony LaRussa even weighed in.
With Arizona is in town taking on the Red Birds, some local tea party members came to Busch Stadium to show support for the State of Arizona and the state's controversial new immigration law.
We're supporting the State of Arizona in simply guarding the borders," said St. Louis Tea Party Member James Durbin.
Some 46 members of the St. Louis Tea Party took in Tuesday night's Cardinals match-up against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
"Part of the gate goes to the Arizona Diamondbacks and there are a lot of groups that are boycotting Arizona. We're "buy-cotting" Arizona," said St. Louis Tea Party Organizer Bill Hennessy.
They came wearing Cardinals red, but with their political logo on their shirts, as well as Arizona state flags to wave, and copies of the U.S. Constitution to hand out.
"Saying hello to people who aren't Tea Partiers, and we introduce ourselves with a copy of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, and just say, "Here's a gift. If you're interested, get a hold of us," said Hennessy.
But some fans were not happy to see the Tea Party inside Busch.
"Tea Party, at the ball game? Yeah, politics and baseball definitely don't mix," said Cardinals fan Brett Arndt.
Another fan, Terrence Brooks, said, "You know I think they should leave that behind, you know, not in here this is strictly baseball."
The Cardinals organization declined our request for an on-camera interview Tuesday night, but they did describe Busch Stadium as a "big tent" where people of all perspectives are welcome.
Meanwhile Cardinals Manager Tony LaRussa welcomed the Tea Party.
"This is America right? You're supposed to be able to have opinions and disagree, and a lot of things they do I think are correct. I'm actually a supporter of what Arizona's doing, you know, people don't fix your problem, and the government, national government doesn't fix your problem, and you've got a problem, they've got to take care of it themselves," said LaRussa.
"Anybody, I mean if you had the opposite view and you wanted to come out and have your signs, I mean this is great, you're going to have 40 thousand people here to see it perfect. I don't care," said LaRussa when asked about the ballpark as an arena for politics.
As of Tuesday night at 10pm we'd heard no reaction from any Cardinals players about this.
Also, about 30 members of the Southern Illinois Tea Party attended Monday night's game.
The Cardinals say they are "delighted" to welcome any group helping to surpass three million tickets sold at Busch Stadium.
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Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Hat Tip Breitbart tv
The Lincoln County Tea Party not only put together a set of great speakers like, Dr. Gina Louden, Stephanie Rubach, Diane Jones, John Louden, Steven Kaspar and 97.1 's Dana Loesch, but they followed in the continuing local trend of holding Tea Parties at a fairgrounds. The convenience of Concessions, Vendors, Bathrooms and even a Dunking booth helped to give the event an air of a well planned family gathering.
After 5 hours of the great line of speakers, the Tea Party ended with a rousing speech given by Local Radio Show host and National Tea Party spokesman Dana Loesch. Dana claimed to bring a storm everywhere she went and being true to her word, not minutes after the conclusion of her speech, a very strong thunderstorm hit the fairgrounds blowing tents and lawn chairs everywhere. Luckily no one was hurt and most of the people attending made it to their cars
before the brunt of the storm hit.
This was the First Tea Party in the Lincoln County Area, but I think after the rousing reception that was given to the Lincoln County Tea Party and their event, I do not think it will be the last.
Here are the highlights of some of the speakers at the Lincoln County Tea Party.
I will be posting Pictures of the event later in the Week.
Teenage Liberal YouTube Group: "If the Communists Take Over and Give us Health Care then So Be It... Whats the Big Deal.."
Monday, June 28, 2010
White House scholar funded Ayers group
Obama served as chairman of organization that promoted radical causes
Posted: June 27, 20107:00 pm Eastern
By Aaron Klein
Vartan GregorianTEL AVIV – A scholar and charity head appointed to President Obama's White House Fellowships Commission served as a point man in granting $49.2 million in startup capital to an education-reform project founded by Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers and chaired by Obama.
Documentation shows the White House fellow, Vartan Gregorian, was central in Ayers' recruitment of Obama to serve as the first chairman of the project, the Chicago Annenberg Challenge – a job in which Obama worked closely on a regular basis with Ayers.
Obama also later touted his job at the project as qualifying him to run for public office, as WND previously reported.
Gregorian, president of Carnegie Corp. charitable foundation, was appointed by Obama last year as a White House fellow. Born in Tabriz, Iran, Gregorian served for eight years as president of the New York Public Library and was also president of Brown University.
In his role as Brown president, Gregorian served on the selection committee of the Annenberg Foundation, which funded Ayers' Chicago Annenberg Challenge with a $49.2 million, 2-to-1 matching challenge grant over five years. Ayers was one of five founding members of the Challenge who wrote to the Annenberg Foundation for the initial funding.
Steve Diamond, a political-science and law professor and a blogger who has posted on Obama, previously posted a letter from Nov. 18, 1994, in which Gregorian, serving as the point man on Annenberg's selection committee, asked Ayers to "compose the governing board" of the Challenge's collaborative project with "people who reflect the racial and ethnic diversity of Chicago."
Ayers and other founding Challenge members then recruited Obama to serve as the project chairman.
WND was first to expose that Obama and Ayers used the project grant money to fund organizations run by radicals tied to Ayers, including Mike Klonsky, a former top communist activist who was a senior leader in the Students for a Democratic Society group, a major leftist student organization in the 1960s, from which the Weathermen terror group later splintered.
National Review Online writer Stanley Kurtz examined the project archives housed at the Richard J. Daley Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago, finding Obama and Ayers worked closely at the project.
The documents obtained by Kurtz showed Ayers served as an ex-officio member of the board that Obama chaired through the project's first year. Ayers also served on the board's governance committee with Obama and worked with him to craft project bylaws, according to the documents.
Ayers made presentations to board meetings chaired by Obama. Ayers also spoke for the Chicago School Reform Collaborative before Obama's board, while Obama periodically spoke for the board at meetings of the collaborative, the project documents reviewed by Kurtz show.
WND reported Obama and Ayers also served together on the board of the Woods Fund, a liberal Chicago nonprofit that granted money to far-left causes.
One of the groups funded by the Woods Fund was the Midwest Academy, an activist organization modeled after Marxist community organizer Saul Alinsky and described as teaching tactics of direct action, confrontation and intimidation.
WND recently reported Jackie Kendall, executive director of the Midwest Academy, was on the team that developed and delivered the first Camp Obama training for volunteers aiding Obama's campaign through the 2008 Iowa Caucuses.
Camp Obama was a two- to four-day intensive course run in conjunction with Obama's campaign aimed at training volunteers to become activists to help Obama win the presidential election."
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"The Supreme Court ruling in a Chicago gun ban case that found individuals across the nation do, under the Constitution, have a right to bear arms has opened the door for a long list of legal challenges to city, county and other rules and regulations that now may infringe of the 2nd Amendment, according to several civil rights organizations.
"This kind of flips the burden onto the government and legislatures to show why they need to restrict what the court has already said is an individual right," John Velleco, the director of federal affairs for Gun Owners of America, told WND today after the high court's decision was released."
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"By Grant Gross
Published: 11:02 GMT, 25 June 10
A US Senate committee has approved a wide-ranging cybersecurity bill that some critics have suggested would give the US president the authority to shut down parts of the Internet during a cyberattack.
Senator Joe Lieberman and other bill sponsors have refuted the charges that the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act gives the president an Internet "kill switch." Instead, the bill puts limits on the powers the president already has to cause "the closing of any facility or stations for wire communication" in a time of war, as described in the Communications Act of 1934, they said in a breakdown of the bill published on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee website.
The committee unanimously approved an amended version of the legislation by voice vote Thursday, a committee spokeswoman said. The bill next moves to the Senate floor for a vote, which has not yet been scheduled.
Obama security review gets mixed reception
The bill, introduced earlier this month, would establish a White House Office for Cyberspace Policy and a National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications, which would work with private US companies to create cybersecurity requirements for the electrical grid, telecommunications networks and other critical infrastructure.
The bill also would allow the US president to take emergency actions to protect critical parts of the Internet, including ordering owners of critical infrastructure to implement emergency response plans, during a cyber-emergency. The president would need congressional approval to extend a national cyber-emergency beyond 120 days under an amendment to the legislation approved by the committee.
The legislation would give the US Department of Homeland Security authority that it does not now have to respond to cyber-attacks, Lieberman, a Connecticut independent, said earlier this month.
"Our responsibility for cyber defence goes well beyond the public sector because so much of cyberspace is owned and operated by the private sector," he said. "The Department of Homeland Security has actually shown that vulnerabilities in key private sector networks like utilities and communications could bring our economy down for a period of time if attacked or commandeered by a foreign power or cyber terrorists."
Other sponsors of the bill are Senators Susan Collins, a Maine Republican, and Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat.
One critic said Thursday that the bill will hurt the nation's security, not help it. Security products operate in a competitive market that works best without heavy government intervention, said Wayne Crews, vice president for policy and director of technology studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, an anti-regulation think tank.
"Policymakers should reject such proposals to centralize cyber security risk management," Crews said in an e-mail. "The Internet that will evolve if government can resort to a 'kill switch' will be vastly different from, and inferior to, the safer one that will emerge otherwise."
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Sunday, June 27, 2010
Just in case some of you still don't believe the Marxist influence in the Obama Presidency.....
Bill Press: Glenn Beck Speaking at Lincoln Memorial ‘Exact Same’ as Al Qaeda Speaking at Ground Zero
Hat Tip Breitbart Tv
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
Obama Insults Russian President: "Opportunity to ReturnYour Hospitality, I hope You Enjoyed Your Burger"
Obama just made the U.S. look like a Classless bunch of idiots...
Thursday, June 24, 2010
So in order to combat that misconception, I will now Be posting Videos of Tea Parties from around the Nation in a Section Called You Are Not Alone.
It is Hard to Believe, but there is a Tea Party somewhere in this Nation Everyweek, and this Video is the First in this Series.
I hope it will help you realize that we are indeed Not Alone and just because the main Stream media isn't paying attention to us, doesn't mean we are not out there in Large Numbers...
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
CLEVELAND - In a major policy statement at the Cleveland City Club June 18, AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka said the continual denial of rights to millions of undocumented workers threatens the well-being and democratic values of all Americans.
Denouncing right-wing "politics of hate, scapegoating and finger-pointing," and Arizona's recently passed racial profiling law, Trumka said the crisis facing American workers results from failed trade policies and corporate greed, not immigration.
"When I hear that kind of talk," the AFL-CIO leader declared, "I want to say: Did an immigrant move your plant overseas? Did an immigrant take away your pension? Or cut your health care? Did an immigrant destroy American workers' right to organize? Or crash the financial system? Did immigrant workers write the trade laws that have done so much harm to Ohio?"
The North American Free Trade Agreement, he said, undermined workers' rights in both the U.S. and Mexico and caused illegal immigration to triple.
"The failures of our relationship with Mexico," Trumka said, "cannot be solved with guns and soldiers and fences. They must be addressed through an economic strategy for shared prosperity based on rising wages in both countries."
But, he said, there is "an unpleasant fact" that is not talked about and that lies at the heart of U.S. immigration policy.
"Too many U.S. employers actually like the current state of the immigration system - a system where immigrants are both plentiful and undocumented - afraid and available," Trumka charged. "Too many employers like a system where our borders are closed and open at the same time - closed enough to turn immigrants into second-class citizens, open enough to ensure an endless supply of socially and legally powerless cheap labor."
"That is why the AFL-CIO is fighting to fix this broken immigration system as a crucial element of our broader economic strategy. Because we stand for the American Dream for all who work in our country. Because we are for ending our two-tiered workforce and our two-tiered society. And because an underclass of disenfranchised workers ends up hurting all workers."
Trumka said the labor movement is part of a broad coalition including faith-based and immigrants' rights groups calling for "a fair path towards legalization for all undocumented workers," establishing an independent commission to determine the need for more immigrants, guaranteeing full legal rights to immigrants - including the right to organize - and "real penalties for employers who break the law."
In a time of economic crisis, the voices of hatred and divisiveness cannot be defeated unless political leaders provide "a clear strategy for prosperity in the future - starting with good jobs," Trumka said.
He praised President Obama for his economic recovery program including "rebuilding manufacturing, taking on the challenge of climate change and energy independence, growing exports and investing in our infrastructure, including our education infrastructure."
In addition, Trumka said, the "fundamental human right to organize and bargain with their employers" must be restored. "And we need to make sure every worker in America - documented or undocumented - is protected by our labor laws. That is why it is so urgent that we reform our immigration system."
But, he said, economic policies are not enough.
"We must also change our culture," Trumka said. "We as a nation must be true to our better selves - employers must not make a buck on the backs of workers who live in fear of deportation, and workers must stand together in the workplace for good jobs, safe jobs, health care for all, and retirement security we can count on.
"And so when we talk about making the American Dream real, the labor movement stands for making it real for all of us who do the work of our country. All of us - no matter what we look like, how we worship, who we choose to love, or where we come from."
The full text of Trumka's speech is here."
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010
As you can see visitor #51 today was none other than our fun loving, Domestic Terrorist Hunting, now taking an interest in lil old me for some odd reason, the Department of Home Land Security.
Well I guess to some of the Marxist Left I am rather scary... Boo..
Oh well ... I Love being on Special Lists for no other reason than exercising my Free Speech Rights.
Or maybe... its an employee just reading my Blog and Keeping informed...
Do me a favor.. No matter what they say I did... Don't believe them ... Rofl
Hat Tip Breitbart Tv
Monday, June 21, 2010
Dr. Gina Louden Spoke about the importance of Buycotts
Adam Sharp Emceed the Event
Joe Misuraca the Warren County Patriots Co-Chairman and Organizer
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Friday, June 18, 2010
"President Barack Obama's point man charting a new future for the oil-poisoned Gulf Coast will do the job part-time. Some environmentalists said the job demands someone's full attention.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, who oversees 900,000 Navy and Marine personnel, is inheriting an amorphous second job as the Obama administration's leader of long-term environmental and economic planning. His task is no less than rebuilding a region still suffering after Hurricane Katrina and beset by decades of environmental problems.
Mabus won't resign from his Navy job. When President George W. Bush picked Donald Powell to lead the recovery after Hurricane Katrina, Powell resigned as head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
"The president talked to the governor about this, and they both agreed that he had the ability to do both," White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Thursday after Mabus met with Obama at the White House.
That prompted quick criticism from the Defenders of Wildlife, which is working to save animals from the oil that has gushed from an offshore BP oil well for nearly two months.
"The idea that he is only going to work on this part-time is disturbing," said Robert Irvin, the group's vice president for conservation programs. "If this is the equivalent of war, as the president has been saying, it needs a full-time general."
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June 19th, 2010
Lincoln County Fair Grounds
Emcee Diane Jones
Dana Loesch from 97.1 FM Talk, John Louden, Dr. Gina Louden, Paul Curtmann and many more.
Food Vendors on Grounds, Bring your lawn chairs Rain or Shine.
Directions: Hwy 61 to Troy, MO - Hwy 47 Exit. Go West to Fairgrounds Road - 1/2 mile past Wal-Mart on Right.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Chris Matthews Gets it Wrong Again: Picture Shows Obama Teaching Alinsky's "Power Anaylsis" While Matthews Claims Obama is Teaching Constitutional Law
While they are claiming that this Picture is Obama teaching Constitutional Law, according to an Article on Soda head, It's Obama teaching Saul Alinsky's "Power Analysis":
"This photo of Barack Obama teaching in Chicago was posted in February 2008 at PrestoPundit. In this class Barack Obama was teaching his students the principles of Saul Alinsky. Notice the flow chart indicating the flow of money and power out of productive businesses (“CORP”) and into the political class (“MAYOR”):
The heading at the top reads “POWER ANALYSIS”. The sub-heading reads “RELATIONSHIPS BUILD ON SELF INTEREST”. The symbol on the arrow between “CORP” and “MAYOR” is the “$” sign.
Saul Alinsky came up with the idea of power analysis, which looks at relationships built on self-interest between corporations, banks and utilities. Barack Obama was teaching students in Chicago the Alinsky Principles."
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Hat Tip Breitbart tv
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Here is an Article from Prison Planet that describes the new Bill that would Give Obama Power over the Internet:
"The federal government would have “absolute power” to shut down the Internet under the terms of a new US Senate bill being pushed by Joe Lieberman, legislation which would hand President Obama a figurative “kill switch” to seize control of the world wide web in response to a Homeland Security directive.
Lieberman has been pushing for government regulation of the Internet for years under the guise of cybersecurity, but this new bill goes even further in handing emergency powers over to the feds which could be used to silence free speech under the pretext of a national emergency.
“The legislation says that companies such as broadband providers, search engines or software firms that the US Government selects “shall immediately comply with any emergency measure or action developed” by the Department of Homeland Security. Anyone failing to comply would be fined,” reports ZDNet’s Declan McCullagh.
The 197-page bill (PDF) is entitled Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, or PCNAA.
Technology lobbying group TechAmerica warned that the legislation created “the potential for absolute power,” while the Center for Democracy and Technology worried that the bill’s emergency powers “include authority to shut down or limit internet traffic on private systems.”
The bill has the vehement support of Senator Jay Rockefeller, who last year asked during a congressional hearing, “Would it had been better if we’d have never invented the Internet?” while fearmongering about cyber-terrorists preparing attacks.
The largest Internet-based corporations are seemingly happy with the bill, primarily because it contains language that will give them immunity from civil lawsuits and also reimburse them for any costs incurred if the Internet is shut down for a period of time.
“If there’s an “incident related to a cyber vulnerability” after the President has declared an emergency and the affected company has followed federal standards, plaintiffs’ lawyers cannot collect damages for economic harm. And if the harm is caused by an emergency order from the Feds, not only does the possibility of damages virtually disappear, but the US Treasury will even pick up the private company’s tab,” writes McCullagh.
Tom Gann, McAfee’s vice president for government relations, described the bill as a “very important piece of legislation”.
As we have repeatedly warned for years, the federal government is desperate to seize control of the Internet because the establishment is petrified at the fact that alternative and independent media outlets are now eclipsing corporate media outlets in terms of audience share, trust, and influence."
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Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Here is a Story from the AP that tells about a very disturbing event instigated by the Federal Government:
"PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – Arthur Furano voted early — five days before Election Day. And he voted often, flipping the lever six times for his favorite candidate. Furano cast multiple votes on the instructions of a federal judge and the U.S. Department of Justice as part of a new election system crafted to help boost Hispanic representation.
Voters in Port Chester, 25 miles northeast of New York City, are electing village trustees for the first time since the federal government alleged in 2006 that the existing election system was unfair. The election ends Tuesday and results are expected late Tuesday.
Although the village of about 30,000 residents is nearly half Hispanic, no Latino had ever been elected to any of the six trustee seats, which until now were chosen in a conventional at-large election. Most voters were white, and white candidates always won.
Federal Judge Stephen Robinson said that violated the Voting Rights Act, and he approved a remedy suggested by village officials: a system called cumulative voting, in which residents get six votes each to apportion as they wish among the candidates. He rejected a government proposal to break the village into six districts, including one that took in heavily Hispanic areas.
Furano and his wife, Gloria Furano, voted Thursday.
"That was very strange," Arthur Furano, 80, said after voting. "I'm not sure I liked it. All my life, I've heard, `one man, one vote.'"
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Monday, June 14, 2010
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Before all of the Haters leave their Comment remember this, Would it still be OK if the Kids were Chanting "I am a Regan, Bush or Clinton Scholar? ...Um No..."