Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Amnesty And Checks And Balances–We are being had by both parties

Via Billy

When one branch has the ability to stop another branch from unconstitutional activity and refuses to do it or pretends it can’t do it, how is this system ever supposed to work?

Shouldn’t we demand from our legislators that they do what they can to stop this? Will it make any difference? If there is already an agenda in place to amnesty these millions of illegals and both president and Congress are just playing out the game, about all we can do, so it would seem, is to protest and let them know we know what’s going on and that we know it is a political game–one whose goal is the destruction of our culture.

First Emancipation Proclamation in America

 Dunmore's Proclamation

The first emancipation proclamation in America was issued by Lord Dunmore in 1775 to acquire needed troops and incite race war among the American colonists and African slaves. The second emancipation proclamation in America was issued by Vice-Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane on 2 April, 1814 for the same purpose. The third came from Abraham Lincoln who was probably aware of the first two.
Bernhard Thuersam, Circa1865

First Emancipation Proclamation in America

“John Murray, Earl of Dunmore, the Royal Governor of Virginia . . . In April, 1775, when a patriot throng was threatening to seize a store of ammunition in Williamsburg . . . suggested that slaves who rose up against their patriot masters and bore arms for the king might gain their freedom. “By the living God, if an insult is offered to me or those who have obeyed my orders,” the governor warned, “I will declare freedom to the slaves and lay the town in ashes.”

A recurring fear among wealthy landowners of the South was that a ferocious slave rebellion would explode across the region. Janet Schaw commented in the summer of 1775 that the Whigs were insisting that the British had promised “every Negro that would murder his Master and family that he should have his Master’s plantation.” In June of that year the Wilmington Committee of Safety sent out “Patroles to search for & take from Negroes all kinds of Arms whatsoever.”

On November 7, 1775, safely aboard ship in Norfolk Harbor, the governor issued a proclamation announcing that all able-bodied, male slaves in Virginia who abandoned their Whig masters and took up arms for the king would be free . . . ”Negroes and others (appertaining to Rebels) free, that are able to bear arms, they joining his Majesty’s Troops as soon as may be, for the more speedily reducing this Colony to a proper sense of duty to His Majesty’s crown and dignity . . . ” “Hell itself could not have vomited anything more black than this design of emancipating our slaves,” wrote a patriot newspaper correspondent.

In May 1775 . . . South Carolina [Whigs] reported that word had arrived from friendly sources in London that the British were concocting a slave uprising and an Indian assault against the colonists. “Words, I am told, cannot express the flame that this occasioned amongst all ranks and degrees; the cruelty and savage barbarity of the scheme was the conversation of all companies,” proclaimed William Bull, Royal governor of South Carolina.

Moderates such as Robert Carter Nicholas in Virginia, who had been most reluctant to sever his ties with Great Britain, became convinced of the need for separation because of Lord Dunmore’s disregard for the right of property . . . Even the yeoman farmers of Virginia, the two Carolinas, and Georgia, most of who had no expectation of owning slaves, were now more likely to accept characterizations of the Virginia governor as a sneering, leering tyrant who epitomized the insolent, uncaring British bureaucrat.”

(Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, Dan L. Morrill, N&A Publishing, 1993, pp. 31-33)

Riotous Living Out of the Public Treasury

 John White Alexander's portrait of Alexander Stephens

“Public sentiment in this country is in a transition state, so far as the principle of party organization is concerned. Old parties, old names, old issues, and old organizations are passing away.

A day of new things, new issues, new leaders, and new organizations is at hand. The men now in power, holding their positions by the foulest coalition known in our history, seem not to foresee that doom which evidently awaits them.

Standing upon no policy but the division of the spoils, their time is taken up in revelry and riotous living out of the public treasury. But like Belshazzar at the feast, they have the handwriting on the wall, whether they can read it or not.”

(Life of Alexander H. Stephens, Richard M. Johnston & William Hand Browne, J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1883, pg. 286)

This One Police Department Shot 92 Dogs in Three Years. One of the Officers Has Killed 25 By Himself

Via avordvet

A high profile case of Buffalo police killing a man’s dog while looking for non-existent drugs, has led to a Freedom of Information request revealing some sadistic figures.

On June 3, 2013 Buffalo police raided a man’s home to look for crack cocaine. He was not there, nor was the crack.

The home belonged to Iraqi war veteran, Adam Arroyo and his 2-year-old pit bull Cindy.

Upon breaking down the door to Arroyo’s home, officers encountered Cindy, who was barely 50 pounds, and shot and killed her. They were at the wrong apartment. 

Sadly, “Police Kill Dog” is not an uncommon segment of headlines across the nation. It happens so often that it has its own category on the The Free Thought Project’s website as well as many other media outlets.

More with video @ The Free Thought Project

Pass The Salt

Via Cousin John

HSLDA: Parents Tasered, Sprayed, Handcuffed—as Kids Watch


Dear HSLDA Members and Friends:

On November 14, 2014, Home School Legal Defense Association filed a federal civil-rights lawsuit against Chief Sheriff’s Deputy David Glidden and Sheriff Darren White of the sheriff’s department of Nodaway County, Missouri. The suit charges Glidden and White with unlawfully forcing their way into the home of HSLDA members Laura and Jason Hagan on September 30, 2011, in violation of their Fourth Amendment rights.

A child protective services (CPS) caseworker had been inside the home several days earlier to investigate a report of a messy house and had returned for a follow-up visit. When Jason and Laura declined to allow her inside she summoned Glidden and White.

When Deputy Glidden arrived at the Hagans’ home he demanded to be allowed inside. Jason opened the door and told Glidden that he could not enter unless he had a court order.
Glidden said he would enter anyway.

At the Front Door


As Jason turned to go back inside, Glidden sprayed him with pepper spray—first at the back of his head and then directly in his face. Glidden also sprayed Laura, who fell to the floor. Glidden then turned to Jason, who was still standing, and shot him in the back with his Taser. As Jason fell, Laura closed the front door. Glidden triggered the Taser three more times through the closed door.

Sheriff White joined Glidden on the front porch. Together they forced open the door and found Laura and Jason lying on the floor. Glidden sprayed Laura in the face a second time while White sprayed Jason and tried to turn him over onto his stomach. 

Laura shouted to the officers that Jason had been taken to the emergency room earlier in the week for chest pains. White nevertheless continued attempting to turn Jason over and sprayed him a third time when he was unsuccessful. The officers also sprayed the Hagans’ dog with chemical agent and threatened to shoot it if it didn’t stop barking.

Finally, the officers handcuffed and arrested Laura and Jason and charged them with resisting arrest and child endangerment.

All of this took place in front of the Hagans’ three young children, who were then taken to the emergency room to be evaluated for exposure to pepper spray.

                                                              More @ HSLDA


Saint Louis (Ferguson) Grand Jury Will Meet On Friday For Final Presentation of Evidence – List of Cities For Days of Rage Protests

Via comment by Sioux on Gun sales surge ahead of jury's Ferguson decision

 The Anger Games
 big mike 3

All  commie instigated, guaranteed.  Kill them all, let God sort them out.

CNN is reporting the Saint Louis Prosecutor has informed the media the Saint Louis grand jury will meet on Friday for a final review and presentation of evidence. Following that presentation a decision of indictment (True Bill or No True Bill) will be announced.

Speculation of a weekend or Monday decision follows as a result of county officials previously stating a 48 hour head’s up will be provided to law enforcement and Government agencies.  (CNN STORY)

Gun sales surge ahead of jury's Ferguson decision

 In this Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 photo, Steven King works behind the counter at at Metro Shooting Supplies, in Bridgeton, Mo. St. Louis County gun dealers like King are reporting a surge in sales and an increase in first-time buyers as fearful residents await a grand jury decision in Michael Brown’s police shooting death. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Some suburban St. Louis gun dealers have been doing brisk business, particularly among first-time buyers, as fearful residents await a grand jury's decision on whether to indict the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.

Metro Shooting Supplies, in an area near the city's main airport, reports selling two to three times more weapons than usual in recent weeks — an average of 30 to 50 guns each day — while the jury prepares to conclude its three-month review of the case that sparked looting and weeks of sometimes-violent protests in August.

"We're selling everything that's not nailed down," owner Steven King said. "Police aren't going to be able to protect every single individual. If you don't prepare yourself and get ready for the worst, you have no one to blame but yourself."

More @ WRAL

Why You’re All Wrong About The Taurus Curve


I’m going to say something that is probably going to get me laughed right out of the room.
The Taurus Curve is a brilliant pistol design.
For those of you who know me, I want to assure you that I’m not being the slightest bit glib or sarcastic.

Many of my peers in the industry—the vast majority of whom are far better shooters than I—think that the Taurus Curve may be the worse handgun ever to be brought to market. To them I say, “heck, it isn’t even the most horrible handgun brought to market by Taurus.”

Senate fails to advance bill reining in NSA spying on Americans

Via avordvet

The Senate on Tuesday night voted down a proposal to consider a bipartisan bill aimed at reining in the authority of the National Security Agency to collect bulk phone data from millions of Americans, an activity that was revealed after leaker Edward Snowden revealed the program last year.

Senate Judiciary Committee Pat Leahy (D-Vt.) proposed the bill in July as one of a handful of alternatives for dealing with the problem that outraged most Americans.

More @ The Blaze


Anyone know the origin of this III? 

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback Unrestored with 4,770 Miles

This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429, Kar Kraft number 2097, is another incredible treasure from the Wellborn Musclecar Museum in Alexander City, Alabama. According to renowned Boss 429 specialist Ed Meyer, this well-documented 4,770-mile example is one of the top most original 1970 Boss 429 Mustangs in existence, and one of the most unique. The 1970 Boss 429’s defining elements are well known to enthusiasts. The Kar Kraft-installed, forward-mounted engine is the 820-A version with unique aluminum semi-hemi cylinder heads and Ram Air intake, solid lifter cam, rev limiter, a more efficient cooling fan and modifications to the fuel-emission system.

More @ MECUM

Career Felon Gunned Down By Armed Customer In Indy Pawn Shop Robbery

But, but, he couldn't have had a gun because he was a felon and not allowed to own one.........

Tyerre Allen’s life of crime was ended permanently today, thanks to a good guy with a gun:

It happened around 2:15 p.m. at Cash America Pawn at 2428 E. 38th St.

Police say a person came into the business and showed a weapon. Multiple shots were fired. It is unclear if the suspect fired shots or just brandished his weapon.

More @ Bearing Arms

A refusal to learn
  In Memory of the 7,600 civilians murdered in Hue by Vietnamese communists

Via comment by Sioux on Life Under The Victimocracy

 We have learned nothing from history and so we are bound to repeat it:

We’ve known for 5,000 years that mass spying on one’s own people is always aimed at grabbing power and crushing dissent, not protecting us from bad guys.

We’ve known for 4,000 years that debts need to be periodically written down, or the entire economy will collapse. And see this.

We’ve known for 2,500 years that prolonged war bankrupts an economy.

We’ve known for 2,000 years that wars are based on lies.

Caught Red-Handed! Tim Tebow Snapped Praying on Show Set


Via comment by Sioux on Life Under The Victimocracy

Somewhere, sometime last Saturday morning, a liberal sports blogger sensed a disturbance in the Force. Somewhere else, across the country perhaps, a militant atheist’s encroaching theocracy senses tingled. Could it be?

And the terrifying answer is yes. Tim Tebow was back, and – ready the fainting couches – he was praying! In public, sort of! And he was caught on camera by another Christian!

More @ Newsbusters