Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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Black Self-Sabotage

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Poverty Pimps

Walter E. Williams

If we put ourselves into the shoes of racists who seek to sabotage black upward mobility, we couldn't develop a more effective agenda than that followed by civil rights organizations, black politicians, academics, liberals and the news media. Let's look at it.

First, weaken the black family, but don't blame it on individual choices. You have to preach that today's weak black family is a legacy of slavery, Jim Crow and racism. The truth is that black female-headed households were just 18 percent of households in 1950, as opposed to about 68 percent today.

In fact, from 1890 to 1940, the black marriage rate was slightly higher than that of whites. Even during slavery, when marriage was forbidden for blacks, most black children lived in biological two-parent families. In New York City, in 1925, 85 percent of black households were two-parent households. A study of 1880 family structure in Philadelphia shows that three-quarters of black families were two-parent households.

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Manufacturing Propaganda

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Buchanan rips Obama for new tactic in IRS scandal: ‘He is sinking in the polls and it’s getting to him’

On Monday’s “On the Record” on the Fox News Channel, host Greta Van Susteren had representatives from both the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute and Leadership Institute to talk about the IRS scrutiny they faced around the same time in 2011, which is now the center of an investigation by California Rep. Darrell Issa and his House oversight committee.

After their appearance on “On the Record,” Pat Buchanan, author of “Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?” reacted to their remarks by saying the timing of the audits of both those organizations was no coincidence.

“This is no accident,” Buchanan said. “This is clearly some kind of policy directive and I think it’s going forward as a consequence of basically the vendetta that’s been conducted against the tea party starting back in 2010 where you would have thought listening to television that we’re dealing with people trying to pull off a Beer Hall Putsch. Let me mention now that this idea of a ‘phony scandal’ — It’s not a phony scandal and the president knows it. His numbers are going down. The respect for the IRS is going down. People are following this story. It’s continuing along. But they’re not getting much help from the mainstream media because it doesn’t fit the script.”

1930 Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Phaeton

 S154 1930 Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Phaeton Upgraded Coachwork by Fran Roxas of Chicago Photo 1

ESTIMATE: $850,000 - $1,000,000

Fred and August Duesenberg were already renowned race car and engine builders when they founded the Duesenberg Motor Company in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1913. After relocating to a larger facility in New Jersey in 1917, the Duesenbergs built a special 16-cylinder engine to propel a Land Speed Record car to an amazing 158 MPH at Daytona Beach.

The following year they designed and built a Bugatti-inspired 180 CI inline-8 engine using a single overhead camshaft and three valves per cylinder, which in 1921 powered the only American car ever to win the French Grand Prix. Duesenberg racers won the Indianapolis 500 three times in a four-year period ending in 1927, by which time the company had been purchased by E.L. Cord. Cord’s plan for his new acquisition was to capitalize on the Duesenberg brand and engineering acumen to produce “The World’s Finest Motor Car.” That grand goal was realized when the new Duesenberg J was unveiled at the 1928 New York Auto Show.

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The Name is All That They Wanted

Northern animosity against Charleston in general as the “hotbed of secession” and against Fort Sumter in particular was intense. “Doom hangs over wicked Charleston,” wrote the New York Tribune, “If there is any city deserving of holocaustic infamy, it is Charleston.”  Fort Sumter’s garrison never surrendered to Northern forces, it was occupied only after evacuation in February 1865.
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"

The Name is All That They Wanted

“We want it for the name of the thing,” are the significant words of the correspondent of a Northern journal,” as he closes a long list of reasons for the reduction of Fort Sumter.  “We want it for the name of the thing.”  That is the keynote of the great charivari, the monster cat-concert, which the North has kept up with increasing spirit from the days of the First Revolution down to the present time. 

“Going to war for an idea” is an unfortunate expression of the Emperor of the French, an expression for which he has to encounter no little ridicule or unmeasured obloquy . . . “Going to war for a name” is a “Yankee notion” worthy of a people worthy of a people unrivaled for emptiness and impudence.
There has never been a period in their history when a catchword was not a great reality . . . To them a nickname is a nugget, a phrase of fortune, and the happy turn of a period of far more importance than a happy turn of events.

Every general has his sobriquet; every State has its flash name; every political creed has a condensed confession of faith compressed into a single sentence.  Once stigmatized with the names of Butternut and Rebels, the Southrons were disposed of in the Yankee mind, and it is only now and then in their rare “flashes of silence” that they reflect for a moment how hard these Butternuts are to crack, how difficult these Rebels to quell. 

It was for the name of the thing that they unfurled the stars and stripes in every State of the “so-called” Confederacy; for the name of the thing that they took every little village on the Florida coast; for the name of the thing that they opened the Mississippi; for the name of the thing that erected a new State of West Virginia; confirmed Maryland in her loyalty by the mild agency of Hicks and Schenck, and held elections in Alexandria, Norfolk and the Eastern Shore.

No one was deceived by these names of things – nobody supposed that every rebellious State was subjugated, that Florida was completely under Yankee control, that the Mississippi was actually free to traffic, that the new State of West Virginia was anything but a territorial sham, that Maryland was heart and soul with the North, that those sections of Eastern Virginia, which are occupied by the Federal armies, had returned their allegiance.

But the Yankees cared nothing for the reality.  The name is all that they wanted, a paragraph for the situation article in the New York Herald, a period for their President’s message, a point for the orations of Lincoln’s stump-speakers. 

But at one or two points we have been absolutely rude. They doubtless want Richmond merely for the name of the thing, but we have repelled their advances with the utmost coolness, or with the utmost warmth – And now they want Charleston, for the name of the thing, and we will not let them have it.  “How unkind,” they say . . . “the city, half consumed by one conflagration, will soon be wholly consumed by our Greek fire.  Give it up. You do not want it.  We do.  [We] could make capital and capitals out of the capture. Think of it. Tremendous Triumph of the Union Unicorn! Crushing the Cradle of Secession! Charleston Chewed Up! The Rebels Radically Routed! . . . “

Alas, they speak to deaf ears.  It is not merely for the name of the thing that the “heroic garrison” of Fort Sumter – now no idle appellation – hold the trust committed to their charge. They care as little for paragraphs as they care for projectiles, and they stand firm, have stood firm thus far, because duty and honor require it.”

But the Yankees, if foiled here, will get up some other excitement “for the name of the thing,” and continue the invention of sensational lies to the end of time, or until their national life is exhausted, and over their worn-out carcass is written the worn-out quotation, “Nominis Umbra.”

(Soldier and Scholar, Basil L. Gildersleeve and the Civil War, Ward W. Briggs, editor, University Press of Virginia, 1998, pp 146- 151)

North Carolina Ends Teacher Tenure

Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!

North Carolina has become the latest state to overhaul its teacher tenure rules, directing school administrators to offer four-year contracts to top performers but one- or two-year contracts to everybody else.

Previously, all North Carolina teachers with five years of experience were eligible for tenure, which granted them a right to due process before dismissal. Now, longer-term job security will be limited to the 25 percent of teachers who are ranked most effective, based on yet-to-be-determined criteria.

Republican lawmakers who pushed for the tenure changes said the old system allowed too many ineffective teachers to remain in classrooms.

“We need to move to a situation where we provide the best teachers the security of multi-year contracts” and provide principals the means to remove ineffective teachers from classrooms, Senate leader Phil Berger, a Republican, told The News & Observer of Raleigh earlier this month.

More @ PEW

My Take on the NSA Fallout


I hardly want to open this can of worms but I’ve been asked by a few people for my opinion.  We know what opinions are like, and that everybody has one.  Here’s mine.

(Let me preface:  One thing I won’t do is parrot any classified information already available online.  If the military community learned anything from the Manning leaks, it’s that just because the information is on the open web doesn’t mean it’s not still classified.  You can say that the classification is now a moot point but your future prison sentence isn’t on the line.)

Okay, on one hand we have GEN Keith Alexander who has now given two ‘transparency’ speeches to the hacker/info security community.  One where he was dressed casually, and spoke to attendees at last year’s Def Con.  More recently, he spoke to attendees of Black Hat USA 2013.

For some context, the NSA’s stated mission is grounded in foreign signals intelligence.  They discover, and then, in conjunction with other agencies and organizations, deter or disrupt foreign plots against our national security.  We know because of the USA PATRIOT Act, the NSA is able to use tools like PRISM that wind up connecting US citizens with foreign-based known or suspected terrorists; and domestic terrorists communicating with US citizens abroad.  As long as there’s a foreign connection and a court order, I believe that they can do whatever they please when it comes to electronic and digital surveillance.

US Unemployment Rate Is Really 14.3 Percent

Government statistics are hiding the true unemployment rate.

While the Bureau Labor Statistics says the unemployment rate has been around 7.5 or 7.6 percent in recent months, it's really 14.3 percent.

Why the difference? The commonly cited unemployment number ignores people who want to work but are no longer actively seeking jobs and counts part-time workers as employed even if they'd prefer full-time jobs.

The government statistic called U-6, however, does take into account those groups, people the government calls "marginally attached" to the labor force.

In June the U-6 was 14.3 percent, unemployment worse than in Italy and Ireland, notes the International Business Times. It's almost 3 percentage points higher than the European Union's unemployment rate.

More @ Money News

1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback Original and Unrestored with 902 Actual Miles

F118 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback Original and Unrestored with 902 Actual Miles Photo 1

Mileage is mind boggling.

ESTIMATE: $600,000 - $750,000 
Get ready to be astounded. This 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is an unrestored and original car with 902 documented miles on the odometer. Its originality is evident in every detail of its present condition, from the trunk-mounted Autolite battery placed there by the factory to the plastic wrap that remains on the seat belts, steering wheel and passenger seat. Bob Perkins, founder of Perkins Restoration, former MCA national head judge and presently MCA Authenticity head judge knows this car well, having first seen it in 1981. Its existence had been a consistent rumor at early MCA national meets before being confirmed by Ford dealer and collector Jacky Jones, who visited the owner and examined the car on his way to Carlisle in the fall of 1981. On Jones’ advice, Perkins immediately went to see the car and arranged its purchase on the spot. Perkins gave the car “a minor detailing on the bare metal parts,” then displayed it in his showroom until selling it to a private collector in 1993. It was shown publicly only once at the 2007 Forge Invitational, before being purchased by well-known high performance Mustang and Shelby collector/vendor Richard Ellis.

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Museum of the Confederacy's future threatened by de-consolidation plans

The Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond holds the world's finest collection of Confederate art and artifacts; it's future is in serious doubt. If rumored changes come to pass the MOC's collection as well as the historic White House of the Confederacy which it owns and manages, may simply cease to exist.  
Right now, some in the MOC leadership have cooked up a plan to distribute the MOC's incredible collection among several different Richmond-area groups. Included in that list are the Virginia Historical Society and the historic site at Tredegar Iron Works. Neither of these can be considered Confederate-friendly. 
The Museum of the Confederacy holds an important trust as the repository of the world's finest collection of Confederate memorabilia. Recent reports from well-informed sources indicate that the museum's leadership is rapidly moving forward with a plan which, in addition to dispersing the collection, will also sell its building in downtown Richmond.  
Once the collection is relocated and the building sold, the now-nearby White House of the Confederacy will be isolated in an urban canyon surrounded by the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and virtually lost to tourist traffic. To think that it will be bale to sustain itself financially in that condition is difficult to imagine.  
I'm writing to you because we need to act quickly. 
The SCV strongly opposes this plan and is actively urging the Museum of the Confederacy board to reconsider. While no doubt well-intentioned, this course of action will seriously jeopardize the integrity of this collection which is so important to our Southern heritage.  
Generations of Southerners, including many of the veterans themselves, contributed a king's ransom to the Museum of the Confederacy in the form of priceless antiques, family heirlooms, and relics of the Confederate cause of incalculable value. They made these contributions with the express intent that these antiquities would be carefully preserved and honorably displayed. That's how the Museum of the Confederacy's collection grew to be the trustee of the single largest collection of the treasures of the late Confederacy. To scatter these precious treasures across several venues and organizations will permanently diminish its importance.  
The Museum of the Confederacy is technically owned by the Confederate Memorial & Literary Society and is a private organization. They are under no obligation to listen to the SCV or to take advice from anyone. But, we believe they are reasonable people who by and large want to do the best they can under the circumstances. 
I have been calling everyone connected with the MOC but I would like for them to hear from you as well.
Please contact these folks today and POLITELY let them know how important it is that the Museum of the Confederacy's collection remain intact as a permanent tribute to those proud soldiers.  
Please urge your Compatriots and anyone who shares our view of this important issue to let their voices be heard so that the Museum of the Confederacy can return to being the home of the Confederacy's most important artifacts.
Michael Givens
Commander in Chief
Mr. Matthew G. Thompson, Jr. (Chairman) 
Mr. Carlton P. Moffatt, Jr.  
The Hon. Daniel T. Balfour

Braindead Nancy Pelosi: Obama among the most ‘non-partisan’ presidents ever to serve in White House

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi may have finally fallen completely off her rocker Tuesday as she commended the President and her fellow Democrats in Congress for propelling the Left into a “bipartisan, cooperative alternative” party.
The 73-year-old California Democrat seemed to fan-girl over President Obama during a meeting with USA Today’s editorial board Tuesday, calling him “one of the most practically non-partisans I have seen in the White House.” It seems the Commander-in-Chief has earned this special place in Pelosi’s heart by his apparent willingness to work with Republicans to thwart yet another upcoming fiscal crisis.

Orphans of the EU meltdown: How middle class parents in Greece are dumping their children in orphanages so they won't starve

Via Billy

 Alexandros and Olga Eleftheriadou visiting their children Nicholas and Victoria at the Zanneio Child Care Institution

No way, Jose.

Laughing children play in a pine-scented courtyard on a warm summer’s evening.
Excitement rises to fever pitch as a creamy chocolate gateau is sliced. It appears a timeless, idyllic scene – but in reality it is a very modern Greek tragedy.

For this cloistered red-brick building in a wealthy suburb of Athens is a children’s home. Yet many of those youngsters are not orphans or the products of dysfunctional families. 

Instead, they are forgotten victims of the Eurozone crisis, handed over by parents who can no longer afford to feed them.

The financial meltdown in Greece has caused pain and suffering throughout the country. But in a nation where the idea of family is central to everyday life, its youngest citizens are bearing some of the heaviest burdens of the crisis.
Scores of children have been put in orphanages and care homes for economic reasons; one charity said 80 of the 100 children in its residential centres were there because their families can no longer provide for them.

Ten per cent of Greek children are said to be at risk of hunger. Teachers talk of cancelling PE lessons because children are underfed and of seeing pupils pick through bins for food.

At the Zanneio Child Care Institution, I was proffered a piece of cake by nine-year-old Nicolas Eleftheriadou. When I asked him how he was, he replied with a shy grin: ‘I’m as tough as a walnut.’ 

His parents, Olga and Alexandros, had arrived to take their three oldest children home for the weekend; the children attend the unit from Monday to Friday. The friendly couple both lost jobs in catering two years ago; he delivered pizzas, she worked in a sandwich shop.

More @ Mail Online

Devious election plot bypasses Constitution: Strategy takes 36 states out of voting decision


The National Popular Vote effort, which could see only 14 states – those with the largest populations – decide the presidency for voters in all 50 states, is fully partnered with a George Soros-funded election group.

The group, the Center for Voting and Democracy, received original seed money in 1997 from the Joyce Foundation, a non-profit that boasted President Obama served on its board at the time of the grant. Obama was a board member from July 1994 until December 2002.

The National Popular Vote, or NPV, is run by individuals with a history of support for the Democratic Party, WND found.

Last week, the Washington Post reported NPV is “now halfway to its goal of electing future presidents via the popular vote, after Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee (D) made his state the latest to sign on.”

The Post story described NPV as a campaign seeking to “get states that comprise a majority of the 538 votes in the Electoral College –270, to be precise – to agree to award their electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote.”

More @ WND

"In the UK. Soon to the US?"

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Welcome to Slough: This thermogram image shows data recovered after flying over slough, with the red representing heat

Up to 6K 'beds in sheds' found by spy plane's thermal image camera


A spy plane equipped with a thermal imaging camera has found that more than 6,000 outbuildings in one town could be 'beds in sheds' converted by rogue landlords.

Slough Borough Council is the first local authority in the country to pay for the specially-adapted aircraft to fly over streets picking up heat from sheds and garages.

It spent £24,000 on flights to build up a precise 3D map of every building in the Berkshire town. The results mean thousands could be living there without planning permission or contributing council tax.

More @ Daily Mail

Waffle House robbery suspect, customer who shot him identified


The man who police say pulled a gun and tried to rob a south Fulton County Waffle House early Monday was shot by an off-duty security guard who was eating at the counter near the cash register.
The robbery suspect, Ashton MacAfee, 21, was armed with a silver pistol when he entered the restaurant on Jonesboro Road just off Interstate 85 in Union City shortly before 2 a.m. on Monday, reports Atlanta Business Chronicle broadcast partner WXIA-TV. 

The customer who shot MacAfee has been identified as off-duty security guard Chad Pollard.

GRNC: Create a "Restaurant "Don't Buy List"

GRNC 'Safe Restaurants Project' will admonish gun rights supporters to report restaurants that post against concealed handguns
Recently signed by Governor Pat McCrory, on October 1 House Bill 937 will expand North Carolina's concealed handgun law into restaurants. Under the statute, restaurants may still elect to post signs prohibiting firearms.

Although concealed handgun permit-holders will still be prohibited from imbibing alcohol, gun control advocates are already planning to pressure restaurants to prohibit concealed carry

Accordingly, and with great reluctance, GRNC is responding with its "GRNC Safe Restaurants Project," to ensure the new law will provide its intended deterrent to violent crime.

The 3 objectives of the "GRNC Safe Restaurants Project":
  1. Provide education for concealed handgun permit-holders to avoid accidental violations;
  2. Provide "Protection Preferred" signage enabling supporting restaurants to subtly identify their support to permit-holders and supporters; and
  3. Create a "Restaurant "Don't Buy List" which:
  • Allows thousands of gun owners to report posted restaurants
  • Sends restaurants notification they have been reported and requests them to remove signs or inform GRNC that a mistake has been made;
  • Provides contact information for posted restaurants, enabling thousands of supporters to contact those restaurants to explain that they will not patronize posted establishments.
GRNC will distribute Restaurant Don't Buy lists and relevant materials to tens of thousands of gun owners via:
  • GRNC's email alert network, comprising 87,000 supporters;
  • Gun shows in Asheville, Hickory, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Lexington, Concord, Greensboro, Raleigh, Fayetteville and Jacksonville;
  • GRNC's distribution network of nearly 50 gun shops;
  • Concealed handgun permit classes statewide; and
  • GRNC's highly popular website.
Said GRNC president Paul Valone:

"It's unfortunate GRNC must  counter gun control activists' attempts to undermine a law intended to deter restaurant crime and save lives. We fully sympathize with restaurant owners caught in the middle of a battle we'd rather not fight, but they should understand that, according to the Pew Research Center, gun rights supporters donate four times more and are more politically involved than gun control advocates. They should ask themselves whether they want to alienate the 399,268 North Carolinians who have applied for concealed handgun permits."

Issa Accuses White House, IRS of Stonewalling on Targeting Probe

 Image: Issa Accuses White House, IRS of Stonewalling on Targeting Probe

Rep. Darrell Issa accused the Obama administration and its new IRS chief on Tuesday of obstructing his panel's investigation into the agency's targeting of tea party, conservative and religious groups.

If "the IRS continues to hinder the committee's investigation in any manner, the committee will be forced to consider use of compulsory process," the California Republican, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, wrote in a letter to Internal Revenue Service Acting Commissioner Daniel Werfel.

The letter, which was reported by The Washington Times and CNN, was also signed by Rep. Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican who also sits on the committee.

The letter, however, did not elaborate on exactly what steps Issa's panel might take, though he noted that impeding congressional investigators could result in prison terms of up to five years.

More @ Newsmax

The M1 Carbine

Loved my M2 which has been at the bottom of a well in Vietnam for 38 years.

Perhaps not surprisingly, few firearms have been designed by murderers serving prison sentences. Of those few,  fewer still are adopted by the U.S. Military as a major war fighting tool. David M. Williams, a convicted murderer and former moonshiner redesigned a prototype from Winchester which became the M1 Carbine.

Episode 5 – Season 3.
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Sick: Woman (Clinton) Who Left Americans to Die in Benghazi To Receive ‘American Patriot Award’

Via WiscoDave

There are no words for this other than sickening. It’s one thing to have 57 “movies” about her on the docket, but to give this pig an award for patriotism?


NC: Guns HB 937 Changes

Via WiscoDave

Here are the provisions of the law that will go into effect Oct. 1, 2013:
  • Allows Concealed Handgun Permit (CHP) holders to lawfully carry their personal protection firearm into a restaurant that serves alcohol, provided they do not consume alcohol.
  • Removes the prohibition on CHP holders from carrying into a place where tickets are sold for admission.
  • Fixes the problem of anti-gun localities overstepping their authority regarding restricting CHP holders from carrying firearms into locally controlled parks.
  • Allows CHP holders to transport their personal protection handguns in their motor vehicle while on all school property, as well as allow them to store those handguns in their locked vehicles while parked on school property.
  • Ensures the privacy of CHP holders by allowing access to the database of permittees only for law enforcement purposes.
  • Removes the prohibition on CHP holders carrying their personal protection firearms during a parade or funeral.
  • Brings North Carolina in compliance with the standards set forth in the federal NICS Improvement Amendments Act (NIAA) of 2007—a critical mental health reform.
  • Removes the prohibition on using firearms with sound suppressing devices while otherwise lawfully hunting game.

WI:Racine Gun Turn in (buy back) a Bust

Via WiscoDave



About as many people turned up to buy firearms as turned up to turn them in.

 A total of 77 guns were turned in, with many of them being BB guns.

 About 50 people turned up to buy any guns that were worth more than the gift cards offered by the turn in organizers.    It is very common for people turning in guns to bring two or more guns to be turned in.

The turn in organizers had $2,500 left over to purchase more firearms.  It will be used at some future event.

Many of the people who showed up to buy firearms were members of Wisconsin Carry.

Citizens purchasing private firearms at these events has become very common where private purchases are not banned by law.

Scholars have concluded that such events are ineffective at reducing crime, while opponents have said that they amount to little more than political theater aimed at undermining the Second Amendment, while being subsidized by local police forces.

©2013 by Dean Weingarten: Permission to share is granted when this notice is included.

Comment on Animals

Comment by Pirate Morgan on Animals:  "that animal will grow and hunt larger game, it feeds on hatred and vile thoughts."

No PM It feeds on Cocaine, Pot, Whores, pimping, violence, "40s" welfare and riddlin'. No amount of hippie-brotherly love-good vibe-government mandated "right think" can change that. I watched the riots first hand in the 60s. My mother was a freedom rider. I grew up knowing (and having dinner with) MLK, Rev. Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, Bishop Tu Tu and many others. The black community is what it is, and It has ALWAYS been violent. The whites just didn't care before now, because we lived apart. (As far as I can tell "the hood" is exactly the same right now as it was in 1966. Or for that matter 1936. White law just didn't care back then) 

But there is nothing that anyone can do that will change the violence that blacks perpetuate on each other. We have "run" in "white flight" to escape them. But we dare not say it for fear of being called RACIST. But please feel free to go spend the night in any major US city's "hood" then come back (if you can) and tell me I'm a "racist" and "it's all my fault" or how I need to feel "White guilt" because I feel no pity at all for these "poor urban youths". I grew up around the "urban black" community. They are what they are. They have always been and will always be. Nothing that anyone can ever do will change that. We have destroyed our nation trying to "change" and "educate" to "lift out of poverty" people who don't want our "help" and hate us for doing it almost as much as they hate each other.

IRS Now Has More Agents Than German Army


 german army


The Internal Revenue Service includes an estimated 106,000 agents and employees.

The Treasury Department allocated $11.522 billion to the agency for operations in 2009.

Thanks to Obamacare the agency is expected to hire from 11,800 to 16,500 new agents.

That means the IRS will have from 117,800 to 122,500 after Obamacare is implemented.

The IRS has more agents than the German (62,279), Spanish (75,000) and Canadian (68,250) armies.

The Family Research Counsel also points out these shocking facts:

** The IRS has its own SWAT team.

** It has its own intelligence unit.

** And it has more agents than the armies of Canada, Spain or Germany have soldiers

Don’t you feel safe now?