Gotnews.com has exclusively obtained Senator Kay Hagan’s pro-Marxist, pro-Socialist college thesis.
Hagan, then writing under her married maiden name of Ruthven, approvingly
cited left-wing progressive thinkers, including Charles Beard and
Thorstein Veblen, in a 1974 college thesis titled, “The Silent
The thesis pushed the then-controversial Equal Rights Amendment in a thesis ostensibly about the suffragists.
Hagan advocated a progressive view of positive rights and approvingly
cited socialist writer, Thorstein Veblen. She also cited economic
Marxist Charles Beard who argued that the American founding was from
selfish motives rather than philosophical foundations. Hagan downplays
the role that natural rights play in the American founding and pushes a
left-wing view of rights as evolving overtime.
The document details the Attorney General Holder’s personal
involvement in managing the Justice Department’s strategy on media and
Congressional investigations into the Fast and Furious scandal.
Notably, the document discloses that emails between Attorney General
Holder and his wife Sharon Malone – as well as his mother – are being
withheld under an extraordinary claim of executive privilege as well as a
dubious claim of deliberative process privilege under the Freedom of
Information Act. The “First Lady of the Justice Department” is a
physician and not a government employee.
Killed and good riddance to bad rubbish. Hopefully the other two will die also.
A grandfather shot back and is believed to have killed a suspect in a
home-invasion and attempted rape of his teen granddaughter on Monday
night, Robeson County Sheriff's officials said.
The grandfather was also shot – but he also managed to shoot the 2
other suspects in the home-invasion and attempted rape, said Maj.
Anthony Thompson with the Robeson County Sheriff's Office.
incident started around 10 pm at a house on Yedda Road in Lumberton on
Monday night when someone knocked on the home of the grandfather, his
wife and their 19-year-old granddaughter, according to the sheriff's
Two of three men – all wearing black clothes, ski masks
and gloves -- stormed into the house and demanded money, officials
A federal judge has sided with the Internal Revenue Service and
dismissed lawsuits by tea-party groups seeking redress for the secret
targeting of their applications for tax-exempt status, which the groups
argued were intentionally delayed for political purposes.
The tea party organizations immediately announced they would appeal
the decision by Washington, D.C., District Judge Reggie B. Walton, who
was appointed by former President George W. Bush.
Walton ruled that two lawsuits by Texas-based True the Vote and
Linchpins of Liberty, along with 41 other conservative groups, were moot
because the IRS took steps to address the scandal and “publicly
suspended its targeting scheme.”
Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the American Center for Law &
Justice, which filed the lawsuit on behalf of the tea party groups, said
he plans to appeal the case.
Controversial procedure considered a 4th amendment violation by some
A “no refusal” checkpoint where drivers will be forced
to stop and potentially submit to having their blood taken on the side
of the road by law enforcement authorities is planned for Clark County,
“Every car will be checked to ensure that drivers are
not impaired. If there is sufficient probable cause to believe that a
driver is operating a vehicle while impaired, law enforcement will seek a
blood search warrant from a “neutral and detached magistrate,” reports ABC 22.
The time and location of the checkpoint will not be released until hours before it is set to begin.
A lot of years ago now, when I first became involved in conservative and
patriotic endeavors, I can recall many patriotic folks saying that we
needed to get our government “back to the Constitution.”
While I believe
that would be a step in the right direction, away from the rogue
government we have now with its Marxist proclivities, I am not sure
that, in the long run, this would solve all our problems. Although for a
little over a decade I believed that myself, so I am not faulting in
any way those that believe it. However, over the years, events have
changed my thinking.
In a major victory for Americans of Confederate heritage, the City of Danville today squashed the attempts by The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History to remove the Third National Flag of the Confederacy from its grounds at the historic Sutherlin mansion.
"This is a huge victory for common sense over political correctness," said Kelly Barrow, the Commander in Chief of the 30,000 member Sons of Confederate Veterans, a heritage organization made up of direct descendants of those who fought for the Confederate States of America.
"The Sutherlin Mansion is called the Last Capital of the Confederacy because Jefferson Davis and his Cabinet stayed there after Richmond fell in 1865," said Barrow. "That flag flies there as a very significant part of American history. What the museum was proposing was nothing less than an unthinking insult to the more than 70 million Americans whose ancestors fought for the Southern cause. It amounts to an attempt to whitewash American and Virginian history."
In a brief statement, the City of Danville acknowledged that Virginia law prevents the removal of the flag. Attorney Fred Taylor, who represented individual citizens of Danville, said, "I am pleased to hear of the decision by the Danville City Council. Virginia state law is clear regarding the protection of the monument and the memorial, and it is reassuring to see the City Council honor its original 7994 agreement with the Heritage Preservation Association and the citizens of Danville, avoiding what could have been a needless and costly legal battle."
Ben L. Jones Chief of Heritage Operations Sons of Confederate Veterans
I would like to think that I'm not a coward, but when it comes to war,
I'd much rather kill the enemy in a manner not resembling a fair fight
at all. That is why I love snipers so much, the allow us to detect the
enemy and kill them before they know what hit them.
Struggling retailer Sears Holdings Corp. will lay off at least 5,457
employees and close over 100 stores, many before Christmas, according
to a Seeking Alpha report citing liquidation notices and employees.
Sears shares rose 4.6 percent to $36 in premarket trading.
At least 46 Kmart stores, 30 Sears department stores and 31 Sears
Auto Centers are scheduled to close before the end of January, said the report.
In straightforward defiance against the White House position of non-transparency, previous communication from the Center for Disease Control discovered Tuesday acknowledged that 97 percent of the measles found in United States this year could be attributed to “importations from at least 18 countries.”
Soon, after school doors opened this semester, doctors and hospitals
across the country began tackling massive flare-ups of infectious
diseases and severe respiratory illness among children. Experts have
called these outbreak unprecedented.
“It’s worse in terms of scope of critically ill children who require
intensive care,” noted Children’s Mercy Hospital’s division director for
Infectious Diseases, Dr. Mary Anne Jackson. I've practiced for 30 years
in pediatrics, and I’ve never seen anything quite like this.”
sight of the Islamic State's black jihadist flag is
still visible in Kobani - despite Kurdish
territorial gains and weeks of sustained airstrikes
by American and Arab warplanes.
The Islamic State IS group was thought to have been
pushed out of the centre of the besieged Syrian city
after hundreds of brave Kurdish resistance fighters
coordinated fierce street battles with coalition
bombing raids - forcing the well-equipped jihadist
to retreat into the outskirts of Kobani.
But this morning the group's black jihadist flag
could clearly still be seen inside city, raised over
a multi-storey building just a few hundred feet away
from where the yellow, triangular flag of the
Kurdish People's Protection Unit (YPG) could be seen
fluttering above a largely destroyed housing
IS militants have recaptured a village on a strategic hill overlooking the besieged city of Kobani in Syrian Kurdistan, according to eyewitnesses on Thursday, Rudaw reported.
A gunman attacked Canada's parliament on Wednesday, with gunfire
erupting near a room where Prime Minister Stephen Harper was speaking,
and a soldier was fatally shot at a nearby war memorial, jolting the
The gunman in the parliament building was shot dead, and Harper was safely removed.
Witnesses said a flurry of shots were fired after a gunman entered the parliament building, pursued by police.
Becoming a U.S. senator can be great way to increase your personal
wealth. Just ask Kay Hagan, whose net worth has increased almost 40
percent since getting elected.
According to CQ Roll Call, which tracks the wealth of members of Congress on an annual basis, Hagan’s minimum net worth (figures are provided in broad ranges on financial disclosure forms) was $6.67 million when she took office in 2009. As of this year, Hagan had a minimum net worth of $9.12 million, which amounts to a 37 percent over her Senate career.
In the past year alone, Hagan saw a 13 percent increase in her net
worth, and moved up four spots on CQ Roll Call’s list of richest members
of Congress, to 41st (out of 535). Not too shabby.
I know many people have no interest in watching the boob tube because
99% of the programming is either mindless drivel or government
sanctioned propaganda. It’s the 1% that reflects the deeper themes and
moods engulfing our society. Television shows like Breaking Bad, Game of
Thrones, and The Walking Dead reflect the darkening mood of this intensifying Fourth Turning. I wrote one of my more pessimistic articles called Welcome to Terminus
in April regarding the season four finale of the Walking Dead series. I
essentially argued we are approaching the end of the line and the world
is going to get real nasty.
In the six short months since I wrote that depressing article, we’ve
seen men beheaded on Youtube videos by terrorists no one had ever heard
of at the beginning of this year. Somehow a ragtag band of 30,000 Muslim
terrorists, using American military equipment supplied to fight Assad
in Syria and taken from the Iraqi Army when they turned tail and ran
away, have been able to defeat 600,000 Iraqi and Kurd fighters with air
support from the vaunted U.S. Air Force. Syria, Iraq, Libya, and
Afghanistan descend into never ending religious based warfare. We’ve
even had passenger planes mysteriously disappear in Asia with no trace.