Friday, July 19, 2013

NORTH CAROLINA: Please tell the Governor to support the anti-sharia bill HB-522

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Alexander Rebuts Obama on Zimmerman/Martin

Via Cousin John

"It is of great importance to set a resolution, not to be shaken, never to tell an untruth. There is no vice so mean, so pitiful, so contemptible; and he who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and a third time, till at length it becomes habitual; he tells lies without attending to it, and truths without the world's believing him." --Thomas Jefferson (1785)
Barack Hussein Obama walked into a White House press briefing Friday afternoon, unannounced. He used the briefing to deliver his political assessment of the Zimmerman/Martin case.

I have published two comprehensive critiques of this case, "Race Hustlers and Double Standards" last week, and "What Democrats Won't Say About Race" this week. Those columns challenge the Left's promotion and intentional distortion of the case as race bait, to maintain the unyielding sycophantic support of 95 percent of black voters. Without that low-information voter constituency, Democrats would win few congressional elections, and Obama would not be president.

Below, I rebut the key points of Obama's latest effort to politicize the Zimmerman/Martin case.

The Law of Non-Contradiction Apparently Has Been Overturned in Washington, DC (Imagine that).



It is no secret that President Barack Obama strongly supports the pro-abortion platform. He has been a consistent advocate of pro-abortion policies for many years. It is also no secret that Washington, D.C. has some of the least restrictive abortion laws in the United States (“State Policies…,” 2013), allowing for abortion for any reason at any point during the mother’s pregnancy. Astonishingly, as Dave Boyer reported in the Washington Times in 2012, 
[t]he pro-choice Obama White House requires pregnant visitors to count their unborn child as a person for tours of the executive mansion” (2012, emp. added). 
So, in our nation’s capitol, a pregnant woman can visit the President’s home, only if she first fills out paper work in which she counts her unborn child as a human being. Yet, that same mother is free to leave the White House, enter a D.C. abortion clinic, and have her unborn child murdered, under protection of a blatantly contradictory law that our President endorses.

Reinhard Kelly Goes To The Tailor



White people rioting!

Via Angry Mike

If you missed the news coverage we’re here to fill you in.

A neighborhood watch man, an adult carrying a concealed weapon, shot and killed an unarmed teenage boy and was just found not-guilty by a jury after two days of deliberations.
“I just want to say thank you to the people who believed in me, who stood by me,” [the shooter] said following the verdict. “I still have my regrets for the [young boy’s] family; it’s still an unfortunate situation for them. I am happy that at least this chapter is over.”
As deliberations dragged on over two days and the jury asked for testimony to be read back, [the shooter] admits he didn’t know how it would all turn out.
“I was nervous of course,” he said. “You never know what direction this whole thing is going to turn, so I have no idea. But it worked out and I feel that justice (was) served today.”
[The boy’s] family members say justice wasn’t served. They say [he] was murdered in cold blood, that he’d never been in trouble and [the shooter] acted as judge, jury and executioner.
“The message is that we can all go out and get guns and feel anybody that we feel is threatening us and lie about the fact,” said [the boy’s] father. “My son never threatened anybody. He was a gentle child, his nature was gentle, he was a good person and he was never, ever arrested for anything, and has never been in trouble. He was 16 years and four months old, and he was slaughtered.”
[The shooter] says he acted in self defense when he confronted [the boy]…

Perhaps the reason you missed the story is because here are pictures of the shooter and the victim…

Scott RoderickDead White Kid

 The one on the left, in the hoodie, is Roderick Scott, the shooter.  The one on the right is the dead kid, Christopher Cervini.

North Colorado 51st State

Via Resister in the Rockies

Tuscarora & Core Creek (Small World)

Searching for homeschoolers organizations in/around Pitt county I ran across the Free North Carolina Blog.

I've long been interested in genealogy and NC history.  My own families (Rhodes/Spruill/Everett/Brickhouse- English/Scot origins) are from primarily the Tyrrell County area (There are a few Koonce's in the Plymouth area by the way).

A few weeks back while researching local organic food options I happened upon Nooherooka Natural and then read this article 300 years later, a forgotten Indian massacre gets renewed attention and further immersion into an organic lifestyle and increasing discontent with the local schools began researching homeschooling whereby I came upon the post about the Pitt County (Eastern NC) Homeschoolers Annual Historical Ball and was drawn to the little side-bar regarding Core Creek Militia and was thoroughly amazed that I had come full circle.

How interesting and what a small world it is.  I didn't know if you knew of this particular information but thought it best to pass along just in case you were unaware of any portion.

A Kindred Soul

“This is a war for the Constitution, it is a constitutional war.”


The presidential messages of Jefferson Davis were filled with assertions of the South’s legal right to secede and form a more perfect union, and determine its own form of government to the letter of Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence. Not losing sight of this, even in early 1865, one Confederate congressman stated that “This is a war for the Constitution, it is a constitutional war.”
Bernhard Thuersam, Chairman
North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial Commission
"Unsurpassed Valor, Courage and Devotion to Liberty"
"The Official Website of the North Carolina WBTS Sesquicentennial"

Southern Nationalism and Secession:

“Contributors to Confederate periodicals explored parallels between the Confederacy and other fledgling nations or independence movements – the Dutch republic, the “young kingdom of Italy,” and the Polish and Greek rebellions. 

But the authors were careful do dissociate the South from genuinely radical movements; it was the conservative European nationalism of the post-1848 period with which the Confederacy could identify most enthusiastically.  The Dutch struggle, an essayist in the July, 1862, issue of the Southern Presbyterian Review explained approvingly, was like the Confederate, for in both situations, “not we, but our foes, are the revolutionists.” 

The Daily Richmond Enquirer was even more explicit about the Poles:

“There is nothing whatever in this movement of a revolutionary, radical or Red Republican character. It is the natural, necessary protest and revolt of, not a class or order, but an ancient and glorious nation, against that crushing, killing union with another nationality and form of society.  It is . . . the aristocratic and high-bred national pride of Poland revolting against the coarse brute power of Russian imperialism . . . At bottom, the cause of Poland is the same cause for which the Confederates are now fighting.”

The Southern government welcomed a Spanish analogy between Napoleon’s invasion of Spain and northern advances across the Potomac.  British recognition of the new Italian state encouraged [Robert] Toombs to see parallels there, as well.  “Reasons no less grave and valid than those which actuated the people of Sicily and Naples,” he explained, had prompted the Confederacy to seek its independence.

But the nationalist movement with which the Confederates most frequently identified was  . . . the American War of Independence.  A central contention of Confederate nationalism, as it emerged in 1861, was that the South’s effort represented a continuation of the struggle of 1776.  The South, Confederates insisted, was the legitimate heir of American revolutionary tradition.  Betrayed by Yankees who had perverted the true meaning of the Constitution, the revolutionary heritage could be preserved only by secession.  Southerners portrayed their independence as the fulfillment of American nationalism. 

Secession represented continuity, not discontinuity; the Confederacy was the consummation, not the dissolution, of the American dream.  A sermon preached in South Carolina explained that “The doctrines of the original Puritans were, and are, the doctrines of the Bible . . . but the descendants of the Puritans have gone far astray from the creed of their forefathers.” 

[Southerners strived] to avoid the dangerous “isms” – feminism, socialism, abolitionism – that had emerged from Northern efforts at social betterment.  But the logic of Confederate nationalism . . . was to prescribe significant shifts in the Southern definition of Christian duty. Secession thus became an act of purification, a separation from the pollutions of decaying Northern society, that “monstrous mass of moral disease,” as the Mobile Evening News so vividly described it.”

(The Creation of Confederate Nationalism, Drew Gilpin Faust, LSU Press, 1988, pp. 13-14, 27, 29-30)

11 Southern Pictures 1861 - 1953

Born A Rebel:  Young soldier in Confederate shell jacket and forage cap with single shot pistol.

 More @ NamSouth

11 Southern Pictures 1861 - 1953

A cultural experience: Chinese teachers visit Tarboro


Carol Banks (center), house manager at the Blount-Bridgers House, gives Chinese teachers from the Global Classroom Alliance a tour Thursday morning. - See more at:
Twenty-two Chinese teachers participating in the Global Classroom Alliance experienced a whole new world Thursday – Tarboro.

“It is our first time to be here to get to know about Tarboro. We love this area,” said Shijun Naour, director of alliance development. “We’ve heard a lot and always wanted to come visit.”

The middle and high school teachers’ first stop was the Blount-Bridgers House, a local art/ history museum. The teachers took pictures at every turn and listened with rapt attention as Carol Banks, house manager, gave them a tour of the house, revealing tidbits of information about 19th century life in Tarboro.

“The peaceful tranquility and the environment bring me back to years ago. I feel like I’m walking into the history,” said one of the teachers, Xiang Ping Xie, as translated by Naour. “This is a cultural experience.”

Naour was enthralled not only by the house itself, but also by the environment, including the gardens on the back lawn of the home.

“It’s like walking into the history and also it’s the modern environment – the flowers and the art,” Naour said. “People in Beijing, we don’t have gardens. It’s totally a concrete world. There are 20 million people in Beijing. We all live in condos and apartments.”

Twenty-two Chinese teachers participating in the Global Classroom Alliance experienced a whole new world Thursday – Tarboro.

“It is our first time to be here to get to know about Tarboro. We love this area,” said Shijun Naour, director of alliance development. “We’ve heard a lot and always wanted to come visit.”

The middle and high school teachers’ first stop was the Blount-Bridgers House, a local art/ history museum. The teachers took pictures at every turn and listened with rapt attention as Carol Banks, house manager, gave them a tour of the house, revealing tidbits of information about 19th century life in Tarboro.

“The peaceful tranquility and the environment bring me back to years ago. I feel like I’m walking into the history,” said one of the teachers, Xiang Ping Xie, as translated by Naour. “This is a cultural experience.”

Naour was enthralled not only by the house itself, but also by the environment, including the gardens on the back lawn of the home.

“It’s like walking into the history and also it’s the modern environment – the flowers and the art,” Naour said. “People in Beijing, we don’t have gardens. It’s totally a concrete world. There are 20 million people in Beijing. We all live in condos and apartments.” - See more at:

Closing the 'Collapse Gap': the USSR was better prepared for collapse than the US (2006)

Via WiscoDave


Well worth the read. 

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I am not an expert or a scholar or an activist. I am more of an eye-witness. I watched the Soviet Union collapse, and I have tried to put my observations into a concise message. I will leave it up to you to decide just how urgent a message it is.

My talk tonight is about the lack of collapse-preparedness here in the United States. I will compare it with the situation in the Soviet Union, prior to its collapse. The rhetorical device I am going to use is the "Collapse Gap" – to go along with the Nuclear Gap, and the Space Gap, and various other superpower gaps that were fashionable during the Cold War.


Much more @ Resilience

Surfin' DMZ


Surfing the 38th parallel is not like surfing in Malibu or Lower Trestles in California, or Snapper Rocks on Australia's Gold Coast. 38th Parallel beach -- one of the few available beaches on South Korea's east coast -- is a strip of sand about a third of a mile long, cut off on both sides by barbed wire-topped fences. Getting to the waves means carrying your board past the aging guard towers that dot the coastline. A person taking a nighttime stroll on the shore might find himself at the center of a spotlight, shining down from a sentry tower. It's all a far cry from the laid-back surf towns of California, Costa Rica, or Australia.
And yet more and more Koreans are finding that they like their surfing with a little bit of border tension on the side. Photographer and surfer Shannon Aston began documenting the growing surf scene at sahm parl hae pyeon, or 38th Parallel Beach, two years ago.
What started as mainly expats seeking better waves than popular Korean surf areas like Busan and Jeju Island in the south had to offer is beginning to come into its own, Aston says. Today, there are shops, camps, and hotels geared toward the surfers that come from Seoul year-round, even during the bitterly cold winter months.
The strange location -- about 37 miles south of the DMZ -- is never far from the surface, Aston says. "You can see the guard towers above you," he says. "There's barbed wire, you see patrol frigates coming out of the water, at the river mouth you'll see tanks, jeeps." While the east coast of the Korean Peninsula is mainly peaceful -- with far fewer of the skirmishes that flare up from time to time in the waters off the west coast -- the occasional North Korean defector might still turn up on an east coast beach. Troops still patrol the sands daily.
But the surf scene keeps growing, undeterred. These are, after all, among the top waves South Korea has to offer, Aston says. They just happen to be found between two strips of barbed wire.

Large slideshow @ Foreign Policy

Turn off your TV, turn on the truth


Personal items found of Russians soldiers shot by German soldiers


More pictures @ ivakin_alexey

Black conservative Deneen Borelli blacklisted from $NAACP$ Convention


The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) was founded “to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of minority group citizens of the United States and eliminate race prejudice.”


The organization claims it “seeks to remove all barriers of racial discrimination through the democratic processes.”

Well apparently the NAACP has erected a barrier of its own and blacklisted black conservative, Deneen Borelli.

Borelli, author of book Blacklash: How Obama and the Left Are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation, and Fox News commentator, and her husband, Dr. Tom Borelli, were told there was no room at the 104th conference when they tried to pay for booth space. Photos of the venue, however, clearly showed plenty of available space.

But there was no room at the inn for Doreen and husband, who might have upset the new NAACP meme of discrimination for all BUT black liberals who tow the race-baiters’ line.

More with video @ The Black Sphere

Rubio's Immigration Push Reaps Windfall from Megadonors

Via avordvet

Megadonors S/B Megabribers

Sen. Marco Rubio raised a substantial $3 million in the second quarter, a 30% spike from the beginning of the year. The impressive haul came while Rubio was most vocal in promoting the Senate's Gang of 8 immigration deal. Big business and top GOP megadonors are among the most vocal advocates of the Senate bill and clearly rewarded Rubio's efforts.

Support from the GOP donor class is critical as Rubio contemplates running for President in 2016. Large donations from wealthy business leaders and Republicans are needed to maintain the SuperPACs and non-profits that are almost a requirement for a successful campaign.

More @ Breitbart

Black Gang Attack White Marines in CA

Via Billy


One man was arrested, and one was seriously injured, during a brawl in Twentynine Palms early Sunday morning. Shortly before 2 a.m., Sheriff deputies responded to a fight in the 6000 block of Ocotillo Avenue involving 20 to 30 people. An unidentified Marine was seriously injured when he was hit with a tire iron and then possibly stabbed. He was taken to Desert Hospital in Palm Springs.

During the course of the investigation, Melvin Peters, 23, of Twentynine Palms was arrested on multiple warrants out of Orange County and for resisting arrest and being drunk and disorderly. According to Sheriff Sergeant James Porter, the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are expected. (

 On the morning of the 14th (Sunday) my step son, a Lance Corporal in the United States Marine Corps, was out with two other friends off base in 29 Palms CA. One was a Marine the other a Civilian. Steven and the other Marine are both white, and they're mutual friend is black. The three men observed a large group (15-20) African American males walking down the street making a lot of noise, shouting, causing a scene. Many were carrying weapons, ie...batons, and at least one tire iron.

Colorado judge refuses to block recall elections over gun control votes

Two Democratic Colorado state senators who supported gun restrictions won't appeal a Denver judge's ruling Thursday refusing to stop recall elections against them, meaning their political fate lies with voters now.

Denver District Court Judge Robert Hyatt ruled against Senate President John Morse of Colorado Springs and Pueblo Sen. Angela Giron, who tried to have recall elections blocked because of missing wording on the petitions to recall them.

Morse and Giron argued the petitions were invalid because they didn't ask for an election for a successor, as detailed in the state Constitution. Hyatt ruled that the successor language isn't required and that the petitions were acceptable and shouldn't be thrown out on "hyper-technical grounds.

More @ Fox

Facebook Blocks Kirk Cameron’s New Movie


Christian actor Kirk Cameron said Facebook has blocked fans from posting any links to “Unstoppable,” an upcoming faith-based movie, because the website is abusive and unsafe.

“We have been officially shut down by Facebook and unable to get any response from them,” Cameron wrote on his personal Facebook fan page. The film was made in partnership with Liberty University, the self-proclaimed largest Christian university in the world.

More @ Fox

Florida shop offers free gun to George Zimmerman

A Volusia County gun shop has offered a free gun to George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watch leader acquitted in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

In a letter to Zimmerman's attorney, former Local 6 legal analyst Mark O'Mara, Pompano Pats in DeLand said it's offering a free firearm to Zimmerman after hearing media reports that he could not obtain his Kel-Tec PF-9 from authorities.

"Upon receiving your confirmation that he is well within his legal rights to concealed carry, our company would like to offer Mr. Zimmerman a free firearm.  We currently have the same model in stock, or he could (choose) another weapon suitable for concealed carry," the letter states.

Student booted from U.S. college for favoring English!

An Arizona college is being sued for labeling a student a “bigot” and punishing her with a long-term suspension after she requested that English be used in her nursing studies class so she could learn the subject.

The action was filed against Pima Community College on behalf of student Terri Bennett, who alleged that school officials created a “learning environment [that] was hostile to her as an English-language speaker.”

The complaint alleges that Bennett repeatedly was thwarted in her work listening to lectures, finishing group studies and participating in skills labs, clinicals and other learning activities by fellow students who spoke Spanish, which she did not understand. Study groups and labs in which she participated, an essential part of her nursing training, were being conducted in Spanish.

In response, she asked the college – which operates, ironically, under Arizona’s English-only legal requirement – to help enforce the use of English in her class so she could continue to pursue her educational goals. However, according to the complaint, Bennett was targeted by the school with ridicule, attacks, threats and, eventually, a nine-month suspension.

More @ WND

ACLU rules, Oakland burns

Under a lawsuit settlement reached earlier this month, the American Civil Liberties Union now must be consulted before Oakland, Calif., police can alter their crowd control policies.

The agreement now may be called into question following WND’s exclusive report yesterday that revealed the ACLU is a full partner of the main group that has been agitating the protest movement surrounding the Trayvon Martin case.

Commentators have been perplexed at how Martin protest crowds last Sunday were reportedly able to control Oakland streets for more than three hours, terrorizing drivers and attacking reporters without police interference.

KGO-TV in San Francisco reported that on Sunday, following the George Zimmerman verdict, “for more than three hours, protesters had complete control of 14th and Broadway near Oakland City Hall, preventing any cars from getting through.”

More @ WND

NYC Pastor’s Stunningly Confrontational Sermon on Trayvon Martin: ‘You See the World Through Your Black Eyes’

Via WiscoDave

I have always felt he was a kindred soul, but believing he was raised in New York didn't understand why.  Then one day, lo and behold, found out he was born and bred in Red Springs, NC where my mother when to college!:)

Dr. James David Manning, the notoriously controversial chief pastor at the ATLAH World Missionary Church in New York City, recently delivered a bold and controversial message to his congregants about the black community’s perception of the George Zimmerman trial. He urged his mostly black congregation to stop viewing the world through their “black eyes” and start looking at it through the “blood of Jesus.”

If they did that, the pastor explained, there would be no denying that the verdict in the Zimmerman was the correct one. He also told those who are convinced that Zimmerman is guilty that they only believe that because they are black.

More @ The Blaze




Trayvon Protestors Hit Grandmother Trying To Rush Child To The Hospital

Via Billy

McCain & Rubio: Don't Know How Many Passports We Let You Forge

Via avordvet

 McCain Foreign Money
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), a member of the “Gang of Eight” that helped write and pass the immigration reform bill in that chamber, said he did not know how many passports a person could forge under the proposed law before being charged with a crime.

On Capitol Hill on Wednesday, asked McCain, “Senator McCain, can I ask you a question about the Senate immigration bill? Under the bill, how many passports can someone forge before it becomes a crime?”

McCain said,  “You’re going to have to ask our folks that, I don't think that we stand for any forgeries." followed-up, “Can you tell me why that would be part of the bill in the first place?”

McCain answered, “ I cannot tell you that it is part of the bill."

In the legislation that passed in the Senate, Section 1541 "Trafficking in Passports," it explains in detail that a person can be charged for a crime if they forge "3 or more passports," meaning that they potentially would not be charged if they falsely made only one or two passports. The criminal charges and penalties do not kick in until after "3 or more passports" are falsely made, issued, or transferred, etcetera.

Justice Department places 'hold' on Trayvon Martin trial evidence, including George Zimmerman's gun - which Florida law says must be returned to him

Via avordvet

 MSNBC host Al Sharpton has planned a series of 'Justice for Trayvon' rallies, one of whose goals will be to call on the federal government to prosecute Zimmerman
 Monkey see, monkey do.

The U.S. Department of Justice, overseen by Attorney General Eric Holder, has ordered the Sanford, Florida police department to keep possession of all the evidence from George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial - including the exonerated neighborhood watch volunteer's gun.

Sanford police confirmed on Thursday that the DOJ asked the agency not to return any pieces of evidence to their owners. Zimmerman was expected to get his firearm back by month's end.

The development is a sign that the criminal section of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division is seriously investigating Zimmerman to determine if federal civil rights charges should be filed.Zimmerman was acquitted of murder and manslaughter on Sunday in a Florida courtroom, but civil rights violations provide an exception to the U.S. Constitution's protection against double jeopardy after a defendant has been found 'not guilty' in a state or local jurisdiction.

That's because if Zimmerman were tried in federal court, he would be charged with violating Trayvon Martin's civil rights, not causing his death. Asinine.

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