Monday, February 28, 2011

February's North Carolina Illegal Alien Crime Report

The February edition of the North Carolina Illegal Alien Crime Report has been posted on our website (approx. 30 Word doc pages long). It seems as though violent crime, drug importation and document fraud topped the lists of crimes this past month.

The report can be viewed as a pdf file here: or downloaded as a Word doc here:

James Johnson
North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement
NCFIRE Hotline: 1-888-885-0879

Rotating House

Via pitty, Belle Grove

“When The Money Stops Flowing Down To The Man In The Street, The Blood Starts Flowing In The Streets”

... and the streets were washed with blood

"Trend forecaster Gerald Celente, of the Trends Research Institute, says that the further expansion of government austerity measures and impoverishment of the majority of the world’s populace will lead to more violence, riots and revolutions.

In his latest Trend Alert® to subscribers, Celente discusses the revolutions breaking out in the middle east and provides a different reasoning than mainstream pundits and politicians for why it is happening and why it will spread to Europe and the US:"

One Of Gaddafi's Palaces Designed To Withstand A Nuclear Attack

Beyond The Bug Out Bag


Ol' Remus's home made neck knife, a pill container match safe and tea candles, and a typical survivalist backpack.

"The survivalist doesn't get to choose what happens, or when or how, nor where he is when it happens. He does however get to choose how he deploys his equipment and supplies. This will vary from region to region less than one might suppose. Most of what works in the north woods will work in the Mississippi delta or high desert country because basic needs are the same, namely: water, shelter, food, fire, defense and first aid. We survive if these needs are met no matter where we are. The prepper usually has a good inventory of survival gear, here's how it might be organized to fit foreseeable events."

Lessons From Cairo

"Do not consider Collectivists as 'sincere but deluded idealists'. The proposal to enslave some men for the sake of others is not an ideal; brutality is not 'idealistic,' no matter what its purpose. Do not ever say that the desire to 'do good' by force is a good motive. Neither power-lust nor stupidity are good motives."
-- Ayn Rand
Read them all, please.

Lesson #11...People WILL sell you out. Be prepared for it and know that it might come from anywhere...."Friends", Relatives, or employers. Someone will almost assuredly ditch you or put you in a tight spot while covering their own ass. The toughest part of this lesson is coming to terms with the fact that at some point, it's totally justifiable and yes even forgivable. Understand that at some point your OWN family will be the priority and that you will be the one who is selling out people you know and likely care for. I know that this is not at all a comfortable thought, but it is realistic.

Lesson #17....Be intimidating when you think it will work. Develop a war face! Be loud and fearless and look like someone capable of minimizes negotiation and whining in other parties. Simultaneously, know when to fly under the radar and when to say "Katy bar the door!" The nature of SHTF changes over time and necessitates that YOU change who you are to a very substantial degree.

Lesson #20...You learned who your friends are during treat them that way! For example, I no longer visit my big neighborhood grocer who closed and locked sh!t up tighter than a drum for the FULL DURATION of SHTF. I do, however, now regularly frequent the tiny-a$$ little grocery store with the mediocre selection around the corner. Why? Because it is owned and operated by a 50 year old guy who was open every single day of SHTF and I saw him regularly at 2:00am guarding the front of his store (and others) armed with nothing more than a hippo-hide whip (sjambok). He was doing this when the very reliable rumor was that looters had stolen police vehicles, uniforms, and guns. I don't care that this guy doesn't have the shampoo my wife likes, I am buying my groceries from him!

Wisconsin Matters To The World & THE CHE GUEVARA MYTH

"The United States has been getting away with surreal levels of debt for far too long. If the dollar were not the world’s reserve currency, a major debt crisis would have exploded by now. The total outstanding federal debt has reached $14.1 trillion, almost the equivalent of what the economy produces in a year. Meanwhile, the annual deficit, a major source of that ever-mounting debt, stands at more than $1.6 trillion for 2011. It represents almost 11 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product—which compares pitifully even with Greece, whose deficit in 2010 amounted to 8 percent of that country’s economy.

As a result of these imbalances, and of the illusion that unemployment can be brought down with government spending, the Federal Reserve has been printing dollars like crazy—half of them to purchase Treasury bonds. The policy of easy money has contributed to skyrocketing commodity prices, whose ugly political, social and economic consequences we are only beginning to see around the world.

Given this context, the battle of Wisconsin—who would have thought?—has acquired planetary significance. If the forces of reason prevail, the contagion could spread like wildfire, bringing sanity to Washington and across the nation. If they don’t, the best chance in many years to reverse America’s slow decline will have been missed."
Also by Alvaro Vargas Llosa THE CHE GUEVARA MYTH & the Future of Liberty

Day By Day



........there was a gathering on my side of the street also. The defining characteristic between the opposing crowds was clear. One side wants to achieve “economic and social justice” through redistribution of wealth and power. The other side wants to be left alone to live their lives and prosper in accordance with their industry and ability. It’s just that simple: force vs. self reliance.

Via Western Rifle Shooters Association

An Amazing 9-year-Old Recaps The Bible

Via Cousin Bill

Smackdown: Walker On Obama

Gov. Scott Walker on Monday afternoon responded to comments President Barack Obama made earlier in the day about the protests in Madison:

Walker’s office issued this statement:

“I'm sure the President knows that most federal employees do not have collective bargaining for wages and benefits while our plan allows it for base pay. And I'm sure the President knows that the average federal worker pays twice as much for health insurance as what we are asking for in Wisconsin. At least I would hope he knows these facts.

“Furthermore, I’m sure the President knows that we have repeatedly praised the more than 300,000 government workers who come to work every day in Wisconsin.

“I’m sure that President Obama simply misunderstands the issues in Wisconsin, and isn’t acting like the union bosses in saying one thing and doing another.”

Via Weasel Zippers

George Davis Attorney General CSA

"North Carolina seceded from the United States on May 20, 1861 and Davis found himself elected to a two-year term as a North Carolina Senator to the Provisional Confederate Congress. During his term, Senator Davis was considered a strong supporter of the Jefferson Davis administration and advocate for North Carolina, though tragedy struck his home as his beloved wife Mary passed away.

Appointed Attorney-General:

President Davis appointed him Attorney General on 31 December 1863 (succeeding Thomas H. Watts) and he served in that Cabinet post until the end of the War Between the States and the dissolution of the Confederate government. He assumed the office of Attorney-General on January 22, 1864, performing the routine duties admirably and writing seventy-four opinions for Jefferson Davis's administration. His friendly advice and counsel to President Davis is seen as his most important service to the American Confederacy, and the latter genuinely respected George Davis. The defeat of the Confederacy brought his surrender to Northern authorities at Key West, Florida, and imprisonment at Fort Hamilton, New York until his parole in January, 1866."


George Davis Attorney General CSA

Bogus Claim Of Tea Partier Assaulting A Moonbat At Raleigh $EIU Union Rally

Videos, pictures and commentary.

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WI Democrat Representative: "YOU ARE F'N DEAD!"

Rep. Gordon Hintz, 54th Assemble District, speaks out against Gov. Walker's budget fix bill Friday in Madison.
He's a real class act, ain't he?

Photo of Representative Litjens

Last week, we heard thatState Rep. Gordon Hintz (D-Oshkosh) had been busted in a prostitution sting.

State Rep. Gordon Hintz was issued a municipal citation in Appleton earlier this month for violating a city sexual misconduct ordinance.

Appleton police said the citation was issued Feb. 10 in conjunction with an ongoing investigation of Heavenly Touch Massage Parlor, 342 W. Wisconsin Ave., in Appleton. Police searched the business and a nearby residence in the 1300 block of North Division Street Jan. 28, after investigators had staked out the properties for several days after receiving a tip.

Last Friday.... after the Assembly voted to engross the Budget Repair Bill, Hintz turned to a female colleague, Rep. Michelle Litjens and said: "You are F***king dead!"

New tone, indeed. Will he be held accountable?

Walker Gives 24-Hour Deadline

Governor Walker’s office sends along this bit of news:

One component of Governor Walker’s budget repair bill is debt refinancing, which will save taxpayers $165 million in fiscal year 2011. According to the Legislative Fiscal Bureau, if Senate Democrats refuse to return to Wisconsin and cast their votes in the next day the option to refinance a portion of the state’s debt will be off the table.

Along with this notice Governor Walker’s spokesman, Cullen Werwie, released the following statement:

Senate Democrats claimed they fled the state to slow down the process so the public had enough time to learn about the budget repair bill. If that was their true intention, they have been successful.

Now they have one day to return to work before the state loses out on the chance to refinance debt, saving taxpayers $165 million this fiscal year. Failure to return to work and cast their votes will lead to more painful and aggressive spending cuts in the very near future.

This is the Senate Democrats’ 24 hour notice.

1938 Talbot-Lago T150SS CSS Coupe

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What Is States' Rights? Part VI

Virginia Plan for national government in Madison's HandwritingAs a brief recap on the debate concerning the Virginia Plan (See Parts 4 & 5), a model for a “national” government, Mr. Morris of Pennsylvania clearly explained the difference between a federated and a national government as follows

What Is States' Rights? Part VI

Excellent Article On H.K. = School Accused Of Practicing Southern ‘Cultural Genocide

Dixie and H.K. at the conclusion of the H.L. Hunley Funeral/Parade, April 17 2004.

Waiting for the parade to start. There is a boat flying a huge Battle Flag in the background.
A two-hour vigil, to protest what participants termed yet another sign of “cultural genocide,” based on a decision last spring when a student at Flat Rock Middle School was warned that she could not continue wearing a T-shirt with Confederate flag on it to school, was staged by three persons early Tuesday morning across the street from the school.

Led by H.K. Edgerton, an Asheville-based activist who promotes the recognition of Southern blacks who fought on the side of the South in the Civil War, the trio stood with a pair of Confederate battle flags at the corner of West Blue Ridge Road and Smythe Street.

Edgerton, clad in a uniform of the war-era, added, “I’d very much like to go in and talk to the school.” He noted that Confederate memorabilia should be allowed at school, that students should be told about the heroics of blacks soldiers fighting for the South during February, which is Black History Month, and the Civil War should be taught accurately, since this year is the war’s sesquicentennial.


Southern Statesmen Of The Old Regime

Today’s intelligentsia would have many believe that the antebellum South was simply composed of uneducated, dirt-poor crackers lorded over by an aristocratic landed gentry. Yet except for Washington, early American statesmen were largely drawn from the middle class of the South who rose to prominence at the bar. A very strong contrast to the public respect and confidence antebellum Southern statesmen commonly received is seen in the immense wartime corruption of Lincoln’s administration, and his successors descent into legendary political scandals. It is from the latter that suspicion of government and corrupt elected officials emerges in American history.

Bernhard Thuersam, Director
Cape Fear Historical Institute
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John C. Calhoun

Southern Statesmen Of The Old Regime:

"A fact of greatest importance is that the profession (of law) corrected certain inevitable tendencies toward aristocracy in the South. The bar was attainable by every aspiring young man, and success waited upon intelligence, probity and industry. The young man of the humblest origin came to the bar and succeeded if he had the capacity...There are no better illustrations of this than Andrew Jackson and Henry Clay.

It was thus very largely to the influence of the bar, that while the South indisputably presented certain features of aristocracy, it was essentially democratic. It is not true, as soon often asserted, that there were two classes of whites in the South---the aristocracy and the "trash." The aristocrats, so named, the old families of large, landed estates, were comparatively few in number, and the "poor white trash" less numerous than is generally believed. The great body of Southern whites did not belong to either class, but were plain average, middle-class people, intelligent, of sound morals, independent and patriotic. There was, probably, no part of the South where this good element of the population was not in the majority. I furnished many of the more prominent lawyers, and by its numerical strength, enforced a regard for itself which sometimes degenerated into demagogy.

Nothing could be more absurd than the conception of the South as the home of a domineering, haughty, slave-holding aristocracy, without any other white population than the "crackers" and the mountaineers, to whom recent fiction has assigned so many and such varieties of uncouth speech. That the rich slaveholders had an influence disproportionate to their numbers, such as wealth always gives, is true, of course, but the middle class of respectable and intelligent whites, often slaveholders to a limited extent but in no degree aristocratic, in fact or in pretense, was everywhere in the majority, and it was from this class that the bar was most largely recruited.

Let us examine the antecedents of a few of the great Southern lawyers and political leaders. If we leave out Washington, the most conspicuous names in the Old South are Jefferson, Clay, Jackson and Calhoun. Not one of these was of Cavalier blood or, strictly speaking, of the aristocratic class. Another fact worthy of mention is the record of Southern statesmen of the old regime. It is enough to say that without exception...the great statesmen of the South before the war were men of unquestioned integrity and of sincere patriotism. By force of intellect and of character they long exerted a controlling influence in affairs and almost, without exception, deserved and received public respect and confidence...they were strong, fearless, capable, honorable men, strenuously and genuinely patriotic, and their long ascendancy in affairs of state was marked by efficiency, honesty, economy, and fidelity to duty."

(History of the Literary and Intellectual Life of the Southern States (Vol. VII), Joshua W. Caldwell, Southern Publication Society, 1909, pp. 347-351)

Southern Statesmen Of The Old Regime

International Space Station (ISS) Assembly Diagram

"Watch the pieces come together as they are sent up from Earth."

Via Cousin Joel

March Confederate Birthdays

General Braxton Bragg - 22 Mar. 1817 - Warrenton, N.C.

Warrenton, VA 600 Confederate Dead (My Old Stomping Grounds)
You have a good view of this monument from my parent's gravesites; however my father didn't like the spot my mother picked, because there were no trees and would be too hot!:)

Old Warrenton Cemetery Confederate Gravesite Speech
Thomas Moore, Chairman Of The Southern National Congress
“The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.”





Midnight Picnic: 1947


Lt. General Wade Hampton - 28 Mar. 1818 - Charleston, S.C.

Maj. General Matthew Calbraith Butler - 8 Mar. 1836 - Greenville, S.C.

Maj. General Thomas James Churchill - 10 Mar. 1824 - Jefferson Co., Ky.

Maj. General Henry DeLamar Clayton - 7 Mar. 1827 - Pulaski, Ga.

Maj. General Patrick Romayne Cleburne - 17 Mar. 1828 - County Cork, Ireland

Maj. General George Bibb Crittenden - 20 Mar. 1812 - Russellville, Ky.

Maj. General James Fleming Fagan - 1 Mar. 1828 - Clark Co., Ky.

Maj. General John Sappington Marmaduke - 14 Mar. 1833 - Arrow Rock, Missouri

Maj. General William Thompson Martin - 25 Mar. 1823 - Glasgow, Ky.

Maj. General William Henry Chase Whitting - 22 Mar. 1824 - Biloxi, Miss.

Brig. General William Wirt Adams - 22 Mar. 1819 - Frankfort, Ky.

Brig. General William Nelson Rector Beall - 20 Mar. 1825 - Bardstown, Ky.

Brig. General William Robertson Boggs - 18 Mar. 1829 - Augusta, Ga.

Brig. General William Felix Brantley - 12 Mar. 1830 - Greene Co., Ala.

Brig. General John Bratton - 7 Mar. 1831 - Winnsboro, S.C.

Brig. General Montgomery Dent Corse - 14 Mar. 1816 - Alexandria, D.C.

Brig. General William Ruffin Cox - 11 Mar. 1832 - Halifax Co., N.C.

Brig. General Johnson Kelly Duncan - 19 Mar. 1827 - York, Penn.

Brig. General John Dunovant - 5 Mar. 1825 - Chester, S.C.

Brig. General John Echols - 20 Mar. 1823 - Lynchburg, Va.

Brig. General Martin Witherspoon Gary - 25 Mar. 1831 - Cokesbury, S.C.

Brig. General Hiram Bronson Granbury - 1 Mar. 1831 - Copiah Co., Miss.

Brig. General Louis Hebert - 13 Mar. 1820 - Iberville Parish, La.

Brig. General John Robert Jones - 12 Mar. 1827 - Harrisonburg, Va.

Brig. General John Herbert Kelly - 31 Mar. 1840 - Pickens Co., Ala.

Brig. General Lewis Henry Little - 19 Mar. 1817 - Baltimore, Md.

Brig. General Robert Lowery - 10 Mar. 1830 - Chesterfield Dist., S.C.

Brig. General Samuel Bell Maxey - 30 Mar. 1825 - Tompkinsville, Ky.

Brig. General Thomas Taylor Munford - 28 Mar. 1831 - Richmond, Va.

Brig. General Allison Nelson - 11 Mar. 1822 - Fulton Co., Ga.

Brig. General Elisha Franklin Paxton - 4 Mar. 1828 - Rockbridge Co., Va.

Brig. General Edward Aylseworth Perry - 15 Mar. 1831 - Richmond, Mass.

Brig. General William Flank Perry - 12 Mar. 1823 - Jackson Co., Ga.

Brig. General Roswell Sabine Ripley - 14 Mar. 1823 - Worthington, Ohio

Brig. General Felix Huston Robertson - 9 Mar. 1839 - Washington, Tx.

Brig. General Jerome Bonaparte Robertson - 14 Mar. 1815 - Woodford Co., Ky.

Brig. General Robert Emmett Rodes - 29 Mar. 1829 - Lynchburg, Va.

Brig. General Francis Asbury Shoup - 22 Mar. 1834 - Laurel, Ind.

Brig. General William Richard Terry - 12 Mar. 1827 - Bedford Co., Va.

Brig. General Edward Lloyd Thomas - 23 Mar. 1825 - Clarke Co., Ga.

Brig. General William Henry Wallace - 24 Mar. 1827 - Laurens Dist., S.C.

Brig. General John Wilkins Whitfield - 11 Mar 1818 - Franklin, Tenn.

Brig. General Sterling Alexander Martin Wood - 17 Mar. 1823 - Florence, Ala.

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March Confederate Birthdays

More Union Goons

Another. I guess that must be his I.Q. Check a out the pamplet at the end.

Frank Buckles, Last US WWI Vet Dies At 110

Frank Buckles

"MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- He was repeatedly rejected by military recruiters and got into uniform at 16 after lying about his age. But Frank Buckles would later become the last surviving U.S. veteran of World War I.

Buckles, who also survived being a civilian POW in the Philippines in World War II, died of natural causes Sunday at his home in Charles Town, biographer and family spokesman David DeJonge said in a statement. He was 110."

Gaddaffi Has Chemical Weapons & Iran Has Military Bases In Libya

"The ordaining of laws in favor of one part of the nation, to the prejudice and oppression of another, is certainly the most erroneous and mistaken policy. An equal dispensation of protection, rights, privileges, and advantages, is what every part is entitled to, and ought to enjoy."
--Benjamin Franklin, Emblematical Representations, 1774


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Iran Has Several Military Bases In Libya

"In an interview today on the Al Arabyia news network, an informed source within the Revolutionary Guards Corps revealed that Iran has several military bases in Libya.

The source, who requested anonymity due to his sensitive position within the Guards, elaborated further that the Iranian military bases are located mostly along Libya’s borders with the African countries of Chad and Niger. From there, he said, the Guards actively smuggle arms and supply logistical assistance to rebellious groups in the African countries.

According to this source, Guards enter Libya under the guise of oil company employees. Most of these companies are under the control of the Revolutionary Guards."

Via Double Tapper

Collective Punishment

"Bolsheviks and Nazis alike practiced collective punishment. The Reds would take hostages against 'good behavior' of residents of a town and shoot them if any resistance was offered. Nazis would sometimes kill everyone in a town near which one of their troops perished. We look at such practices with abhorrence, though US and Allied bombings probably killed a few innocent bystanders of their own. As a culture, we don’t view collective punishments as acceptable…or do we?.........The problem with gun control and other control schemes is that they violate individual rights deliberately, sometimes with excuses and more often by the 'might makes right' principle. And that’s precisely how much of the world ended up disarmed in the face of totalitarian menaces."

Coast Guard Weapons

Use the Russian to English translator and check out all the links. It's U.S. related.