Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Camp Lone Star — A Favorable Ruling?


On March 30, Massey attended a hearing with testimony that was discussed in Camp “Lone Star — The Setup – Get Massey“. At the end of that hearing, since the government had not responded directly to the existing “Motion to Dismiss”, Judge Hanen allowed the Prosecutor until April 10, and the Defense until April 17, to file supplemental motions.

Massey’s attorney, Louis Sorola, submitted a First Supplement to Opposed Motion to Dismiss Indictment. However, rather than just arguing “case law”, though some was included, he ventured into the realm of “substantive law”, arguing two points with regard to the Constitution, and not just previous decisions.

Massey wanted to challenge jurisdiction, though he was too late to do so, having pled “not guilty”. He also wanted to question the constitutionality of the charges against him, for a number of reasons — most significantly, those discussed in “Camp Lone Star – Massey & The Clash of Laws“. However, his former attorney, Ed Cyganiewicz, refused to take the battle to the courtroom, preferring to go along with the game of “let’s make a deal”.

Fortunately, Massey’s insistence in fighting, rather than just giving in, caused Cyganiewicz to withdraw from the case.

Anti-Obama Letter To The Editor on Memorial Day

 Via comment by Anonymous on Memorial Day Meditation: Obama Creating A New “Hol...


(I checked the paper, but couldn't find this piece, though did find three comments critical of it, so I guess they took it down. BT)

A letter sent to the Sunbury Daily in Pennsylvania by a reader and was published by
the editor.

Sent on Memorial Day:

What is a Ramadi?

Recent national news reveals that ISIS has recaptured Ramadi in Iraq. I assume that we’re expected to ignore the loss of Ramadi to ISIS. Our lead-from-behind coward-in-chief has been strangely quiet on the subject. While he seldom misses the chance to run his mouth on any subject that suits his agenda, apparently he’s having trouble discussing a situation which has become a complete debacle and for which he alone is responsible.

After all — we’re supposed to be friends with our enemies. By all means — expedite withdrawal of U.S. forces, contrary to the advice of those military commanders who cautioned against withdrawal. But their advice was ignored and many were purged because they refused to follow someone so grossly incompetent in the politics and practice of warfare.

So now we’re learning the results of spending billions of taxpayer dollars and thousands of American lives that were expended in the initial capture of Ramadi. Our esteemed leader proclaimed that we should withdraw because the Iraqis were offended by the presence of American troops in their country. So we bailed out — leaving behind billions of dollars of equipment and ammunition, which was promptly captured by ISIS. Yes, this is the same highly skilled organization that our misguided leader called the JV team.

Hey Barack, would you care to address the nation and expound on your grandiose plans for defeating this JV team which is whipping you soundly?

The saddest part of this situation is the realization that the American blood lost in the initial capture of Ramadi was apparently lost in vain, due solely to the gross incompetence of our commander-in-chief.

To the families of those fallen heroes whose blood lies on the sands of Iraq; don’t you think it might be time to rise up against an administration who has adequately
demonstrated their gross incompetence?

I think the appropriate, and politically correct, term is regime change. Forgive me for being blunt, but throughout history this has previously been accompanied by execution by guillotine, firing squad, public hanging.

I have absolutely no reason to expect that current practice should be any different. The end result is elimination of the problem, the method is superfluous. When society dictates, the end always justifies the means, otherwise the action would not be taken.

W. Richard Stover, Lewisburg

We are out there, somewhere!

First Baltimore Riot Bill Comes Due: $20,000,000 – Baltimore City Leadership Send Bill To FEMA, Forces All Americans To Pay….

 baltimore mayor selfie w tweet

It takes some kind of nerve to intentionally “provide space for people to destroy” a city, and then ask everyone who doesn’t live in the city to pay for it.

…”The $20 million estimate released by city officials does not include the cost to businesses of the unrest. The figure also does not include state or federal costs. It’s unclear when those figures will be tallied”…

The Marxist President, the War Criminal, and Slave Reparations

Via Billy


There was an article posted on www.thefederalistpapers.org  for April 19th  about how our Marxist president wants to punish all Americans (at least all white Americans) for slavery.

I have been watching over the years as various race-baiters have sought to find a way to scam more Americans out of what little money they may have left. The slavery reparations game is just one more Marxist “redistribute the wealth” campaign. Does anyone honestly think that any of the ordinary black folks in this country will ever see a thin dime of “reparations” money if they manage to pull this off? Hardly! The Je$$e

Jack$on$ and Al $harpton$ and their organizations will be the ones to benefit from this scam, not ordinary black folks, so let’s don’t try to kid anyone as to what this is really all about.

The Federalist Papers article was written by Russ Helper, and he noted: “Every decade or so, the radical left mentions paying reparations to African-Americans for pre-Civil War slavery. The idea is that even though slavery was abolished over 150 years ago, many in the black community are still suffering from its effects. But now a report has come to light that the President is seriously considering forcing all Americans to pay reparations to descendants of slaves.”

NC: Concealed carry permits soar amid political, safety fears

After a couple of break-ins and with her husband out of town on business at times, Kim Smith Worley decided to take her safety into her own hands.

Just as millions of other Americans have in recent years, she bought a gun and got her concealed carry permit, which allows her to legally carry the weapon on her or in her car, as long as she abides by state laws.

"I just wanted something for protection," Worley said. "I never grew up around firearms, but when I got married, my husband, he had grown up around them and he shoots a lot, so he got me used to them."

Initially, she really didn't want anything to do with them, though. But the break-ins at their west Buncombe residence changed her mind.

"With me being here by myself sometimes, I figured I need to get over that fear," Worley said. "I started going to the gun range with my husband, and I decided to take the course."

Clinton’s State Dept Approved Arms Deals To Govts Who Gave Millions To The Foundation

Via Joe

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The ethical questions surrounding foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation have entered a new arena: arms sales. According to the International Business Times, governments with appalling human rights records who donated to the Clinton Foundation received billions in arms deals approved by the Clinton State Department that far surpassed anything doled out by the Bush administration. A review of the 2009-2012 fiscal records by the IBT discovered the transactions:

More @ Townhall

Cleveland Agrees to Fed-Monitored Overhaul of Police Department

Via Joe

 Protesters outside of Tower City in Public Square demonstrate in reaction to Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo being acquitted of manslaughter charges after he shot two people at the end of a 2012 car chase in which officers fired 137 shots May 23, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Image source: Ricky Rhodes/Getty Images)

 This ought to work swell with a welfare tax base................

"................will be expensive and will take years to put in place."

Cleveland agreed to sweeping changes in how its police officers use force, treat the community and deal with the mentally ill, under a settlement announced Tuesday with the federal government that will put the 1,500-member department under an independent monitor.

Protesters outside of Tower City in Public Square demonstrate in reaction to Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo being acquitted of manslaughter charges after he shot two people at the end of a 2012 car chase in which officers fired 137 shots May 23, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio.

The settlement was made public three days after a white Cleveland patrolman was acquitted of manslaughter for his role in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire that left two unarmed black suspects dead in a car in 2012.

Mayor Frank Jackson said the ambitious plan that was worked out over five months of negotiations with the U.S. Justice Department will be expensive and will take years to put in place. But he said he sees it as a chance to set an example for other cities.

More @ The Blaze

Popcorn Sutton White Lighting

Via comment by Dave on Eastern North Carolina Film Festival June 13, 2015...


Egyptian talk show reacts to Obama's speech on Global Warming" :)

Via Cousin Bill "Look what the Egyptian talk show is saying about Obama .. takes about 2 minutes     These guys have him figured out. Too bad our boot-licking media can't do the same."

NC: Photo of Marine with bride-to-be goes viral

 Via Skynet

Believe it or not, they are getting flak because they got married on Memorial Day.

Wedding photos going viral are routine – thousands appear in an online search. But a viral prayer image? Not so much.

But that’s exactly what is happening with the image of U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Caleb Earwood, 21, holding the hand of Maggie, 22, then his fiancĂ©e but now his wife.

Photographer Dwayne Schmidt captured the moment when the two wanted to pray together before their ceremony, but didn’t want to be seeing each other before their vows.

It reveals her standing next to the corner of a building, her left hand reaching out to hold his hand. He is standing at the same corner, but facing away from her, and his right hand reaches behind him to touch hers.

He is praying. She holds her right hand to her face, touched by emotion.

Schmidt posted it on Facebook, where he said it was a unique moment.

“I have photographed a lot of weddings. This has to be one of the best things I have ever got to see, much less photograph.”

More @ WND

BREAKING NEWS: The Hanen Injunction Upheld in 5th Circuit Court of Appeals…

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Greg Abbott @GregAbbott_TX

BREAKING: Texas just won the Executive Amnesty case at the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. The constitution wins.

I’m searching for details and this thread will be updated with the new information.


However, if you are unfamiliar with the Hanen injunction I’m attaching below the thread from April which outlined a really brilliant judicial chess move by Judge Hanen who knew the injunction was going to be appealed to the 5th CCA.

This is the BACKSTORY of Todays Ruling

APRIL 2015 – Two judicial rulings yesterday, one in Obama’s favor and one against. However, the ruling released late last night shows a crafty piece of judicial chess.

Double Barreled 1911 pistol quad wield rapid fire! 20 rounds in 1.5 seconds in SlowMo

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Wolf Trap – Act I – Habeas Corpus – Scene 3 – Guardian of Personal Liberty


Setting the Stage: Joseph Story called Habeas Corpus “the great bulwark of personal liberty.” He did so as he, as well as did other legal scholars and various Supreme Court decision, because the founders knew that overarching government might attempt to suppress the rights of the people that had been so recently won, at great cost to the people.

The inclusion of the “sacred writ” in the Constitution was to assure that their posterity would always have a means of challenging the federal government, when it went beyond those limits set by the Constitution.

The Truth About Habeas Corpus, the “Sacred Writ” 

Now, let’s visit the remedy the Founders provided us, in the Constitution. It is fair to say that the Constitution was written with an understanding of both human nature and the incessant obsession in some to seek power solely for the sake of wielding that power.

In Article I, which is the Legislative Branch, § 9, clause 2, it provides that:

Bucket List Guns: Six Firearms You Need to Shoot Before You Die

Life is short. Not all of us get to go out action-movie style, guns blazing as rock music screams in the background. Since you probably won’t have a Mad Max-style dramatic exit filled with glorious explosions and weapon fire, it’s up to you to make sure you get in all of your gun excitement before the grim reaper comes a’knockin.

So, you’d better get started on your guns bucket list. Let me help you get things going with 6 guns that you just have to fire before you kick that bucket:

1. M1 Garand

Dubbed by General George S. Patton as “the most deadly rifle in the world,” few guns have as much history as the legendary M1 Garand. Not only do these rifles have a hallowed place in military firearm history, they are also growing in popularity across the United States through the Civilian Marksmanship Program (Read the GunsAmerica series on Garands from the Government). Firing off a few rounds with this precision rifle will help you understand what life was like for soldiers during World War 2 and the Korean War.

More @ Guns America

Republican 'leaders' block and derail campus carry in Nevada

Via Avordvet 

; The Culprits

Proving that it’s not just Democrats who support infringements on the right of the people to keep and bear arms, two state senators blocked “legal” recognition of adults -- otherwise lawfully eligible to carry firearms -- from doing so on college campuses in Nevada, “Conservatarian” political activist Chuck Muth reported Thursday. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Greg Brower and Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson “have dug in their heels” to kill Amanda’s Law, named for rape survivor and self-defense advocate Amanda Collins, who was prohibited by law from having the means of defense at the time she was attacked.

More @ Examiner

Eastern North Carolina Film Festival June 13, 2015 for a screening of POPCORN SUTTON - A HELL OF A LIFE

Marvin 'Popcorn' Sutton rose from humble Appalachian roots to become a famous American outlaw, moonshiner and folk hero. A Hell of a Life offers a raw and privileged view of his life and illegal bootlegging operation in exclusive footage never released before this film. Filmed 2000 - 2009 in North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. Featuring a soundtrack by Joe Knowlton, Grifters and Shills, Patty Hurst Shifter, Dana & Susan Robinson, and Henry Queen


"He was a Free Man.

One of the few who can honestly say they deserve that title. The chains never came to rest upon him.

Can any of us say the same?

You can live on your knees, or die on your feet. You can be safe, or you can be free.

A man chooses. A slave obeys."

 "He couldn't go to prison. His mind would just not accept it. ... So credit the federal government for my husband being dead, I really do."
--Pam Sutton

Appalachian English