Sunday, November 25, 2012



We are rebuilding the NC Ranger Corp from the bottom up instead of the top down.

If you would like to help organize and become a member of a community resource which will provide volunteers to aid the Wake County NC area in the event of fire, flood, storm or other emergency events please join us.

Initially we will be looking for individuals with skills in any aspect of emergency response to help train new members. Police officers, Paramedics, Firemen, former military, survivalist, hunters to name a few, will be the backbone of this organization.

You will be instrumental in bringing your knowledge and ideas to help create this effort. Please contact me by email for further information.

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Arrested for recording Hawthorne Police

Via Knuckledraggin' My Life Away

A California man was jailed for four days for attempting to record police officers on a public street.
Daniel J. Saulmon was charged with resisting, delaying and obstructing an officer but the video shows he was standing well out the way of a traffic stop and was only arrested when he failed to produce identification to an approaching officer.

And there is no law in California that requires citizens to produce identification. And even if there was, it would require the officer to have a reasonable suspicion that he was committing a crime.
But prosecutors have already dropped the charge against Saulmon as well as a few other minor citations relating to his bicycle such as not have proper reflectors on the pedals.

And they most likely knew who he was considering he won a $25,000 settlement from the same police department after they unlawfully arrested him on eavesdropping/wiretapping charges in 2005.
This time, it appears the Hawthorne Police Department will be dishing out much more, thanks to officer Gabriel Lira’s abuse of authority.

“They knew exactly who I was,” Saulmon said in a telephone interview with Photography is Not a Crime Saturday, adding that he has recorded them on a regular basis since the 2005 arrest when he was jailed after attempting to file a complaint inside the police station.

“They always address me as ‘Mr. Saulmon’,” he said.

More @ PINAC


Via Michael 


 Salvation isn’t automatic — but it might be semiautomatic.

In an effort to increase membership, a number of U.S. churches — including the Church of Christ congregation in this rural village 30 miles north of Columbus — are offering an unconventional public service: Concealed weapons training.

“Church has done a good job with coffee klatsches or whatever, but we haven’t really reached out to guys,” said Jeff Copley, a preacher at the church. “And guys in Morrow Country, they shoot and they hunt.”

Hundreds of students have enrolled in the 10-hour course, which meets the state requirements for earning a concealed weapons permit. The training includes two hours on a church member’s private shooting range.

“I grew up going to church, but hadn’t attended in a number of years,” said David Freeman, 52, a local engineering manager who attended a firearm safety class at the church. “Always consi
dered myself a Christian. I came for the gun classes and have been coming back for two years.”
The Marengo church launched its program several years ago and was likely among the first in the country to offer concealed weapons training. But from Texas to North Carolina, a smattering of congregations have recently followed suit, as ministers seek to capitalize on local enthusiasm for gun culture and demand for carry permit classes to expand their flocks.

More @ The Daily

The Republic We Betrayed

Via Bernhard


“The failure of the American republic is not merely a misunderstanding – though bad liberal and bad leftist ideas have contributed to the problem, and, since this failure is a reflection of our national character, the way back does not lie in a political process that swaps new lies for old and alternates power between the Capone Gang and the Northside Mob.

The process of restoration, if it is to take place, lies with each of us. If we begin to live as a free people in our own minds and our own lives, if we refuse to be the pawns either of government or of [political] party, if we choose our friends from among the free remnant and, in their company, bring up free children who shun the poisonous propaganda that passes for American history and moral philosophy, we might hope that our American grandchildren – if there still are Americans 30 years from now – will have the virtue to take back the power their ancestors surrendered.”

(The Republic We Betrayed (excerpt), Thomas Fleming, Chronicles, August 2005, page 11)

Residents of the R.E. Lee Camp Soldiers' Home

Via Calvin Johnson

Don't miss it: Dirty Little Secret About Wolves’ Role in Agenda 21

College professor claims nobody murdered by Stalin

Via NC Links and Thinks

Dr. Grover Furr is an English professor at Montclair State University. He is actively engaged in concealing the murder of 150 million citizens by Stalin and other communists. How an accessory to genocide like him is permitted to teach at any American University is evidence of the successful Marxist takeover of academia. The above exchange occurred on October 25th, 2012 at that university. For an excellent review of two recent books describing Stalin's murders, go HERE.

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RL Dabney on Northern conservatism

Via Hype And Fail

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The Life and Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson
                               --R.L. Dabney

"Northern Republican conservatism … is a party which never conserves anything. Its history has been that it demurs to each aggression of the progressive party, and aims to save its credit by a respectable amount of growling, but always acquiesces at last in the innovation. What was the resisted novelty of yesterday is today one of the accepted principles of conservatism; it is now conservative only in affecting to resist the next innovation, which will tomorrow be forced upon its timidity and will be succeeded by some third revolution; to be denounced and then adopted in its turn. American conservatism is merely the shadow that follows Radicalism as it moves forward towards perdition."
– RL Dabney, “Women’s Rights Women” (1871)

The Republican Party of North Carolina Organizes

**BF Moore was my great, great grandfather, "the Father Of The NC Bar." 
"Holden's impeachment is demanded by a sense of public virtue and due regard to the honor of the state. He is an exceedingly corrupt man and ought to be placed before the people as a public example of a tyrant condemned and punished."  


 North Carolina, defeated and defenseless in 1867, was located Military Occupation District Number Two under the first Reconstruction Act of the Northern Congress. The act required that new State constitutions be framed in such a manner to grant Negro suffrage. The effect of the latter was to ensure Republican presidential victory in 1868 as Democrat Horatio Seymour lost to Ulysses S. Grant, the 5% victory margin delivered by 500,000 freedmen votes.

Bernhard Thuersam, Chairman
North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial Commission
"The Official Website of the North Carolina WBTS Sesquicentennial"

The Republican Party of North Carolina Organizes:

“Under the regime of military rule and Negro suffrage, the Republican party was organized in North Carolina. [The] party was formally launched in North Carolina at a meeting in Raleigh on March 27, 1867….[and] it embraced three elements. First, there were several thousand native whites, called “scalawags” and “squatters” by their enemies….strong Unionists who welcomed a return to the United States; devoted admirers of [W.W.] **Holden; and some who disliked the recent actions of Congress but thought it wiser to submit than to defy and antagonize the Northern Radicals any longer.

[In addition there] were the Negroes, who joined the party because it gave them their freedom, the Freedmen’s Bureau and the right to vote. They constituted at least half of the party’s membership. On April 4, 1867, Holden had written in the [Raleigh] Standard: “Let our loyal people, and especially the colored people, trust no man who will not promptly and proudly say he is a Republican.”

[Then] there were the “carpetbaggers” – Northerners who had come to the State after the war, supposedly carrying all their worldly goods in a carpet bag. Some came to be permanent resident….some came to get political power and the spoils of office through control of the Negro vote. Albion Tourgee, one of the State’s leading carpetbaggers, commenting on the newly formed Republican party, admitted that “ignorance, poverty and inexperience were its chief characteristics.”

[At the 1868 State Constitutional Convention] which met in Raleigh, January 14 to March 17, 1868, there were only thirteen Conservatives and none of the customary white leadership was present. The leading carpetbaggers were Lieutenant Albion Tourgee, native of Ohio, General Bryan Laflin of Massachusetts and New York, General Joseph C Abbot of New Hampshire, Major H.L. Grant of Rhode Island and Connecticut, John R. French of New Hampshire and Ohio, and the Reverend S.S. Ashley of Massachusetts. The outstanding Negro delegates were James H. Harris, J.W. Hood, and A.H. Galloway.

The Constitution of 1868 [had] many provisions….copied from the Constitution of Ohio, Tourgee’s native State, while others were in line with progressive legislation of other Northern States. Many of the changes were modern, progressive, liberal, and democratic.

The Constitution of 1868 [had] many provisions….copied from the Constitution of Ohio, Tourgee’s native State, while others were in line with progressive legislation of other Northern States. Many of the changes were modern, progressive, liberal, and democratic. The convention cost the taxpayers about $100,000 and Conservatives denounced the waste of money and pointed out that one member living only thirty miles from Raleigh had collected travel expenses for 262 miles.

[The election of 1868 was] held April 21, 22 and 23….a new registration of voters resulted in total registration of 196,872, of which 117,428 were whites and 79,444 Negroes. The Republicans were well organized and had the support of the *Union League and Federal troops located in the State. It was reported that the Republicans “sent flocks of Howard [University] Negro students” into the South to make speeches, and applied an extra $200,000 to the campaign in North Carolina through an increase in Federal marshals to step up the enforcement of the Ku Klux Act.

Accordingly, the Republican swept to victory, and the new constitution was adopted….Holden was elected governor over Conservative Thomas S. Ashe….When the Republican-dominated legislature met, it promptly ratified the Fourteenth Amendment and elected two United States senators, [scalawag] John Pool and Joseph C. Abbott [of New Hampshire]. Governor [Jonathan] Worth was forced out of office by General [Edward] Canby’s military order on July 1, and Holden assumed the governor’s office the next day.

Congress approved the new State constitution and admitted North Carolina representatives and senators on July 20, 1868. The State was back in the Union at last. But the State was in the control of the Republican party whose radical policies and Negro-carpetbag-scalawag membership were distasteful to the native white [and mostly disenfranchised] majority.”

North Carolina, The History of a Southern State, Hugh Talmage Lefler & Albert Ray Newsome, UNC Press, 1954, pp. 459-462)

Witnesses: Jail guards mocked dying inmate

Via Hype And Fail



Aggressive traffic stop totals handicapped driver's car

Via Terry

 Sandra Silasavage is seen at her home near the Okeechobee County line Tuesday. Silasavage was involved in an Oct. 28 wreck on State Road 70 when a St. Lucie County sheriff's deputy used an aggressive driving maneuver to force her off the road, claiming she wouldn't stop. Silasavage, who is handicapped, wasn't seriously injured in the wreck, but her car was totaled.


Sandra Silasavage hardly looks like a flight risk. Yet that's what a St. Lucie County sheriff's deputy claimed after he used an aggressive driving technique to force her off the road, flipping her SUV on its side in the process.

Silasavage, 62, is handicapped with a chronic spinal condition that barely allows her to walk. She was charged with fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer because she did not pull over when instructed to do so.

Her 2008 Ford Expedition was totaled in the wreck, she's out thousands of dollars and her life has been turned upside down.

Silasavage, who lives in western St. Lucie County not far from the Okeechobee County line, was returning home on State Road 70 on the evening of Oct. 28 after shopping in Fort Pierce. She said she had set her cruise control at 55 mph — the posted speed limit — when she noticed a deputy's patrol car behind her.

The deputy did not have his lights or siren on at first, Silasavage said. She noticed him come alongside her, heard his siren and then "everything went crazy." Her car left the road, rolled and ended up on the driver's side, with Silasavage hanging upside down in her seatbelt.

After breaking her back in a horseriding accident in the 1970s and subsequent unsuccessful surgeries, Silasavage's spine is severely bent and twisted. She walks doubled over and has a morphine pump surgically implanted near her spine to alleviate constant pain.

More @ TC Palm

The Holocaust Happened To People Like US!

Via Wild Liberty III

Forensic profiler: Obama confessing election fraud


A forensic profiler whose previous cases have included the Natalie Holloway disappearance and the O.J. Simpson double murder says Barack Obama is confessing to stealing the 2012 president election.
“Obama appears to unconsciously confess on multiple occasions that in his secret fury he stole the 2012 presidential election – continuing his attacks on our nation,” Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., told WND in an assessment of Obama.

“But really that is no different whatsoever than in 2008 becoming an illegal president who violated the Constitution. This knowledge comes from one undeniable fact: we have discovered a new unconscious mind that continually quick-reads situations and communicates about it – as Obama reveals.”

Hodges, who wrote “The Obama Confession: Secret Fear, Secret Fury,” previously deciphered the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note from the Boulder, Colo., murder case.

He uses a unique psycholinguistic technique he calls “ThoughtPrint Decoding” to “read between the lines” of people’s statements – called “the cutting-edge of forensic science” by expert investigators. He’s not exactly new to the field, already having identified killers by studying ransom notes, emails, letters and police interviews to spot secret confessions. He decoded O.J.’s “suicide note” to confirm Simpson had committed a double murder. He deciphered the JonBenet ransom note from Boulder, Colo., to identify the child’s killer. He decrypted letters from BTK to predict that he was about to kill again – the only profiler to do so. He studied statements by Joran van der Sloot and Deepak Kalpoe to tie them to the slaying of Holloway. He showed how Casey Anthony secretly confessed to killing her daughter in 200 letters written to a jail mate. He even decoded Bill Clinton’s Lewinsky comments.

In a new analysis for WND, Hodges explains that Obama not only confesses, but he suggests a solution for Americans.

More @ WND

TWA Boeing 307 "Stratoliner"-1940

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Virginia Governor Cancels “Confederate History Month”

Via Pam Steele


After controversially declaring last April as Confederate History Month Virginia’s Republican governor Bob McDonnell has decided to cancel the event for next April.
McDonnell made his announcement at a conference titled “Race, Slavery, and the Civil War,” which was being held at Norfolk State University.

“Slavery was an evil and inhumane practice that reduced people to property,” the first-term governor informed his audience at the historically black college. “It left a stain on the soul of this nation.”
These comments echo similar ones he made in April, during the thick of the Confederate History Month controversy. A week into the month, he issued a written statement in which he apologized to “any fellow Virginian who has been offended or disappointed.”

The Republican governor now faces another offended and disappointed group: The Sons of Confederate Veterans, an organization that promotes Confederate History Month in the few states in which it’s recognized, claim that “the vast majority of citizens of Virginians support Confederate History Month.”

“Our organization is terribly disappointed by this action,” said Brag Bowling, the “commander” of the SCV’s Virginian division. He added:
Nobody’s ever been able to reason with me and tell me why we’re honoring Yankees in Virginia. The only northerners in Virginia were the ones that came to Virginia and killed thousands of Virginia citizens when they invaded.
Gov. McDonnell, however, begs to differ. As he said himself, “One hundred and fifty years is long enough for Virginia to fight the Civil War.”

Half of Deported Criminals Had Been Deported Earlier



Some 188,380 criminal illegal immigrants were deported in fiscal 2011 — and 86,699 of them, or 46 percent, had been deported earlier and had illegally returned to the United States.

According to the Office of Immigration Statistics, 23 percent of the criminals deported that year had committed drug-related offenses, 20 percent had committed criminal traffic offenses — mostly DUI — 12 percent had committed a violent crime, and another 7 percent committed larceny, fraud, or burglary.

“It cannot be ascertained from the available data how many of the 86,699 previously deported criminals committed new crimes other than their illegal return, but unless they were detained shortly after re-entering the United States, it is likely that they came to the attention of the immigration authorities as a result of new crimes (committed after their illegal re-entry) for which they were convicted or arraigned,” stated a report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).

“The 46 percent may also be understated due to reclassification of criminal deportees. Thus existing data indicate that a minimum of 46 percent of the 2011 criminal deportees were previously deported and returned to the United States.”

Another 43,307 deportees who had been deported earlier and returned were not categorized as criminals, even though illegal re-entry to the United States by a deportee is a felony under federal law.

“The high percentage of repeat deportees is due in part to the ease of re-entry to the United States for earlier deportees and the knowledge that if apprehended there is only a small chance that they will serve any prison time for illegal re-entry,” the CIS observed.

The CIS also noted that once a deportee re-enters the country illegally, “in nearly all cases the deportee will go undetected unless charged with another crime or if the deportee returns to his old neighborhood and is recognized by local law enforcement officials. Thus the number of deportees who make an illegal re-entry is possibly much higher than indicated.”

The CIS concludes: “The extent of our revolving door for deported criminal illegal immigrants points to failures in securing our nation’s borders. These failures do not bode well for our future ability to intercept known and unknown terrorists who try to gain access to our country.”


It takes all the red to pay for the blue


Has the Iron Dome Weakened Israel's Resolve?

Via NC Links and Thinks


The Iron Dome saved many lives, but has other effects as well.
The author is an Intelligence analyst specializing in Israeli affairs at Max Security Solutions , a geo-political risk consulting firm based in the Middle East. He is also an active reservist in Israel’s Air Defense Command
During last week’s Operation Defensive Pillar,  Israelis and the world at large witnessed the unprecedented success of the Iron Dome air defense system. After all was said and done, Iron Dome operators successfully shot down more than 87 percent of incoming Grad, Katyusha, and Qassam rockets over Israeli urban centers, potentially saving countless lives.

However, this new capability may cost Israel and its grand strategy for achieving a lasting peace with defensible borders in the long term. Ultimately, the Iron Dome’s success may have limited the Jewish State's ability to act against terrorist groups, inciting such groups to execute more innovative methods of attack, thus making a sequel for operation Pillar of Defense ever more imminent.

After witnessing the tactical, operational, and strategic advantages the Iron Dome provided during eight days of heavy rocket fire, the debate over how the system affects Israel's grand strategy continues nevertheless.

One of the more compelling arguments against wide scale use of the Iron Dome is rooted in the nature of the war that is fought between Israel and Palestinian Arab terrorists. Israel, like many Western countries, fights post-heroic warfare, characterized by the disinclination to make sacrifices, or to endanger. On the other hand, the actions of the terrorists can be differentiated as so called 'heroic' warfare in that sense, due to the high level willingness to target civilian population and yes, even to die for their cause.

By largely neutralizing the threat posed by rocket fire on civilians, the Iron Dome thus prevented Israeli decision-makers from engaging in a diplomatically and politically costly ground operation, as the needed justification for such action has mitigated along with the risk posed by rockets slamming into Israeli urban centers.

That said, the apparent overall success of the Iron Dome has in fact also counterproductive effects. In low-intensity conflicts between a state and non-state actor, victory is determined mostly by perceptions as opposed to military gains.  By utilizing the Iron Dome, Israel has significantly lowered the potential for casualties on its side, while continuing to inflict casualties on the other side. As a result, and in an attempt to display themselves as victors in the new environment created by the Iron Dome, Hamas terrorists intensified both the rate and range with which they fired missiles.
This is also likely to continue in the future, as promised shortly after the cease fire enacted on November 21 by a top terrorist leader who said that next time they will have longer range rockets with bigger warheads.

Iron Dome’s success also bore clear negative implications in the international arena, highlighted by the immense international pressure against a ground operation, yet coupled with support for Israel’s right to defend itself.  In the next round of hostilities,  Israel will have even more difficulty garnering international support for operations against terrorists from both the air, and on ground than it had in the latest operation.

If this new environment is to persist, world leaders will likely have trouble seeing Israel's justification for wide-scale operations with an extremely low casualty rate among the Israeli citizenry, and the high civilian cost on the other side.

More @ Arutz Sheva

*Don't think y'all would have any trouble if it was a member of your family. Morons.

Alexis de Tocqueville on the American right of secession

Alexis de Tocqueville on the American right of secession (1835-1840): "However strong a Government may be, it cannot easily escape from the consequences of a principle which it has once admitted as the foundation of its Constitution.  The Union was formed by the voluntary agreement of the States; and these, in uniting together, have not forfeited their Nationality, nor have they been reduced to the condition of one and the same people.  If one of the States chose to withdraw its name from the contract, it would be difficult to disprove its right of doing so, and the Federal Government would have no means of maintaining its claims directly, either by force or by right."
Alexis de Tocqueville 1805 – 1859
"However strong a Government may be, it cannot easily escape from the consequences of a principle which it has once admitted as the foundation of its Constitution. The Union was formed by the voluntary agreement of the States; and these, in uniting together, have not forfeited their Nationality, nor have they been reduced to the condition of one and the same people. If one of the States chose to withdraw its name from the contract, it would be difficult to disprove its right of doing so, and the Federal Government would have no means of maintaining its claims directly, either by force or by right."

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