Friday, June 10, 2016

Calling Paul Ryan=> Obama Blocked Iranian Judge From Hearing Iranian Case… Is Barack Racist Too?

Via Billy

In 2015, immigration Judge A. Ashley Tabaddor sued the United States Department of Justice after it forced her to recuse herself from “all immigration cases involving Iranians.”

According to reporting from NPR, Obama’s DOJ first became “concerned with the appearance of impropriety” after Tabaddor — who is of Iranian descent — attended a 2012 White House meeting with other high-profile Iranian-Americans.

 NPR states that before signing off on her attending the meeting, Tabaddor’s DOJ superiors recommended she recuse herself from any future cases involving Iranian nationals, yet when she returned to Los Angeles after the summit, that recommendation “became an official order.”

WATCH: Dutch Female Reporter Spit on by MUSLIM Migrants

Via Billy

 Viral video shows two migrants harass and spit on a young Dutch female reporter.

The incident took place earlier this week in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

 After witnessing the crime, Livable Rotterdam Councillor Bart Joost van Rij was seen trying to hit the men with his bag to no avail.

Nikki Haley Is A Scalawag: "Last year the worst for Southern heritage since end of Reconstruction."

Nikki and the state of SC joined 26 other states in the Texas v United States case.   Nikki was on same side as the restraining order that was ordered before she turned around and executed the refugee plan.  The same type of policy she was fighting against in Brownsville case.   There are two other contradictory positions.   The AG apparently agreed to both the Texas case having SC join but then to also enter the refugee program.   The webs they weave are about to catch up.
Lauren Martel
Beginning here in South Carolina with the removal of the Confederate Battleflag from beside the Confederate Soldiers’ Monument on the Statehouse grounds, we have seen an endless string of attacks on our flags, monuments, and even the very graves of our noble Confederate ancestors.
Last July, when the powerful forces of political correctness were bearing down on the Palmetto State, our legislators, many of whom had previously pretended to be an ally, cowered under the heat of the national media spotlight.
When the actual vote came down in the State Senate, only three Senators voted right, but only one Senator took the floor to unashamedly defend our heritage and make the case to keep it flying: that Senator was SCV Compatriot Lee Bright.
Sen. Bright made a forceful and courageous stand, not only on the floor of the Senate, but he braved numerous interviews with the national media, all while being excoriated and threatened for refusing to toe the party line.
I hope you haven’t forgotten about the courageous stand Sen. Bright took because, I can tell you, our enemies haven’t.
At the time of the vote last year, they vowed to defeat Sen. Bright in his re-election. They want to be rid of him, and they are spending tens of thousands of dollars on radio and television attacking Sen. Bright for his conservative stands on everything from government spending to his fight to prevent President Obama from forcing us to open the ladies bathroom to men who “identify” as women.

  More @ US5 Campaign

The Appalachian Messenger

This week’s edition of the Appalachian Messenger has articles by:

Sam Culper
What You Need to Know About Military Assistance to Civil Disturbances

Paul Rosenberg
Seven Shocking Things That You Almost Certainly Didn’t Know

Fran Porretto

Click here for the June 10, 2016 edition.

Trump Jersey Maker and Benghazi Heroes Praise Woman Assaulted at San Jose Trump Rally

Via Billy

  Benghazi Heroes in Trump Jerseys

  You don’t have to be from Texas to know that boys don’t hit girls.”

After a mob of protesters assaulted a woman wearing a Trump campaign jersey as police stood by doing nothing at a Donald Trump rally in San Jose, the makers of the jersey she wore during the attack are looking to contact her.

The company is teaming up with the two members of a famed security team that Obama officials prevented from responding to the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, to honor the woman assaulted by Mexican activists and anti-Trump protesters.

The young woman, identified as San Jose resident Rachel Casey, was physically attacked by liberal anti-Trump forces outside a Trump rally early in June. Video of the harrowing incident shows the lone Trump supporter surrounded by a sea of violence- prone, left-wing rioters and Mexican activists who threw food and eggs at the frightened woman.

Shockingly, police officers just on the other side of a glass door did nothing to help the woman.
The video of the incident went viral nationwide as Trump supporters noted how the left feels no compunction about stomping on others’ free speech.

More @ Breitbart

Major Clinton donor given sensitive intel role: Colleagues baffled by lack of experience: 'We had no idea who he was'

Via Billy

At the 2012 Democratic National Convention, ABC News' Brian Ross asks Rajiv Fernando about his 2011 appointment to the State Department's International Security Advisory Board. (Credit: ABC News)

A major donor to the Clinton Foundation and Democratic Party fundraiser who was named to the membership rolls of a sensitive government advisory board left even fellow board members puzzled, primarily because they couldn’t figure out why someone of his non-intelligence background would have been named to the panel in the first place, newly released emails from the State Department revealed.
 The reason staffers seemed so puzzled, in part, was that the appointee, Rajiv Fernando, apparently had absolutely no experience in the field of government intelligence, ABC News reported, citing emails that showed how Hillary Clinton’s cronies, when questioned about his appointment, sought to “protect the name” of their boss by “stall[ing]” the reporter who sought answers.

Two days after the press inquiry from ABC came, Fernando resigned from the board.

More @ WND

Nope, no race wars here

Vic comment by Quartermain on Useful idiots

The desperate media blackout on black violence continues.

More @ Vox Popoli

Trump SLAMS Obama: First Time Ever President Endorsed Candidate Under Criminal Investigation

Via Billy

‘Why I Would Have Liked to Have My Weapon With Me in College’

 Amanda Collins.  (Photo: NRA/Michael Ives)

In college eight years ago, I was raped in a parking garage only feet from the campus police office.
I could see the police cruisers parked for the night as this stranger raped me, pistol to my head. I knew no one was coming to help me.

At the time of my attack, I had a Nevada concealed carry permit. But in Nevada, permit holders are not allowed to carry firearms on campuses. As someone who obeys the law, I left my firearm at home when I went to school. The law that was meant to safeguard me – the gun-free zone – only guaranteed I would be defenseless.

Eventually the man was caught, tried and convicted – not just for using a gun in gun-free zone, but also for raping two other women and murdering one. My attacker was not a student, nor did he have a concealed-carry weapon permit.

“It was much harder to come out as a Trump supporter than it was to come out as gay.”

Via Billy

Last Thursday, I left work about 5 p.m. and drove to the San Jose Convention Center to hear Donald Trump speak. I’ve been voting for conservative candidates for 15 years and a registered Republican since 2015. Now that the general election is underway, I believe Trump is the best candidate to fix our country’s many problems, and I believe he’s going to be the next commander in chief. So I was excited to hear him, and to show my support. Walking into the rally with a friend, I was a little wary: Trump’s speech to the California Republican convention in Burlingame had been disrupted by protesters, and I wasn’t sure whether to expect a similar scene in San Jose. But we got to the event early, and we must have been inside already by the time a crowd of protesters gathered in the streets near the convention center.

San Jose Victim’s Lawyer: Police Forced Supporters to Walk Through Middle of Mob/Mayor Should Be Thrown out

Via Billy

Sean Hannity had the father on tonight of the 14 year-old Trump supporter who was violently beaten by the San Jose anti-Trump mob last week. Harmeet Dhillon, the lawyer for the woman violently assaulted and spit on outside the Marriott, was also on Hannity.

Victim’s father: We were directed through the mob. It’s one thing to let people protest. It’s another thing to make the people go through the protest. Force them to. We weren’t allowed to go away from the protest.
Victim’s lawyer Harmeet Dhillon: I’ve heard anecdotally from people who have spoken to police officers. Right before we were directed into this mob this group of Trump supporters was thanking the police for being there. This is a generally pro-law enforcement crowd. It’s not a knock on police in general but in this specific instance it’s shocking to see 250 of them lined up and not lifting a finger to help hundreds of victims.

Thanks For The Memories

Via Cousin Colby

No right to concealed carry in North Carolina, either

 carry photo with otr 060916

It is a Natural Right no matter where you may be.

Today's ruling by the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals is consistent with North Carolina's state constitution.

Article I Sec. 30 says:

"A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; and, as standing armies in time of peace are dangerous to liberty, they shall not be maintained, and the military shall be kept under strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power. Nothing herein shall justify the practice of carrying concealed weapons, or prevent the General Assembly from enacting penal statutes against that practice."

The California case is contentious and will be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. But the provision in North Carolina's constitution indicates that its authors didn't think there was any "right" to carry concealed weapons even in our gun-friendly state.

More @ N&R

Why Trump Must Not Apologize

 Why Trump Must Not Apologize

“Never retreat. Never explain. Get it done and let them howl.”

Donald Trump has internalized the maxim Benjamin Jowett gave to his students at Balliol who would soon be running the empire.

And in rejecting demands that he apologize for his remarks about the La Raza judge presiding over the class-action suit against Trump University, the Donald is instinctively correct
Assume, as we must, that Trump believes what he said.

Why, then, should he apologize for speaking the truth, as he sees it?

To do so would be to submit to extortion, to recant, to confess to a sin he does not believe he committed. It would be to capitulate to pressure, to tell a lie to stop the beating, to grovel before the Inquisition of Political Correctness.

Trump is cheered today because he defies the commands of political correctness, and, to the astonishment of enemies and admirers alike, he gets away with it.

Former Cruz campaign officials push for delegate coup at GOP convention

If the Democratic Wing of the Republican Party tries to deny Trump what he already earned, i.e., the support of the all-time greatest number of Republican primary voters in a presidential  nominating race, there will be another President Clinton, a much more highly restricted 2nd Amendment, a left-dominated SCOTUS, and broad amnesty that will demographically guarantee there will be only Democrat presidents for as long as you (and your children) live. And it could become much worse than that as the left continues to move toward the twin goals of hegemonic political fascism and anti-white racism.
~ J....

Officials from Ted Cruz's defunct presidential campaign are talking up the possibility of a coup at next month's Republican convention in Cleveland.

Bob Vander Plaats, a former national co-chair of Ted Cruz's presidential campaign, told NBC that "everything's got to be on the table" when it comes to exempting delegates from supporting Donald Trump at the convention.

On Tuesday, Cruz's New Jersey state director Steve Lonegan called for a "delegate revolt."

"I would love to see a revolt," he told CNN. "It's time for the Republican Party to get some backbone and stand up against this guy."

Good News! Lindsey Graham will Become a Democrat If Republicans Select Trump

  ghram preff 
Good riddance to bad rubbish.

During a time when the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee, Donald Trump, should be working to bring the party together and prepare for the primary battle against Hillary Clinton, he continues to deepen the divide between Republicans and Americans alike.

Trump’s recent attack on U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel because of his Mexican-American background prompted Sen. Lindsey Graham to round up the Republicans who have previously endorsed Donald Trump, and persuade them to take it all back.

How Can We Lose?

Via Michael

Thirty years ago I suffered my first infringement of reasonable liberty. It was a little thing, it was the passage of a seat belt law, that few thought meant very much at all. To me, it was the state laying claim to my body, determining that it was their role in my life to tell me when I should put Tab A into Slot B. Now, I have studied the statistics and I have never claimed that seat belts are not good ideas, or that they don't save lives, because it is and they do, but a law claiming that the state has a greater interest in my life than I do is absurd.

It didn't take much digging to uncover the real factors involved, which were insurance company lobbyists and the statists teaming up to pass a law that instantly achieved two goals: 1) save money for the insurance companies; 2) establish a precedent that the state has the right and the role to dictate the actions of its citizens.

Since then, I have done as much as I could to educate myself on political theory and, logically, the Constitution of the United States.