Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Like my opinion matters...


 ~ According to Allen B. West, by using Section 1 of the 14th Amendment to legalize gay marriage in every state, the SCOTUS also made your concealed weapon permit legal across America as well. This will not fair well with the progressive brotherhood.

 ~ Although a politically correct move, does anyone truly believe that the death of the Confederate flag will curb racism and violence. That’s like believing the death of Hitler and the German Nazi party was the death of the swastika.

 ~ I was taken aback when I read where the President reprimanded a heckler and made the statement, “…you’re in my house”, referring to the White House where the activist went on a rant. I used to think that house belonged to the people, not to any one person. “Shame on you” was another reply. He shouldn’t be talking that way to a protesting transsexual, these are his constituents.

 ~ I am beginning to believe that much of our political leadership is just plain incompetent. Successful leadership helps their team unite for a common goal, which should be to make this country a better place to live. Based on our debt, civil unrest, poverty, unemployment and freedom and justice for all, American leadership is failing miserably. Both political parties are responsible for this.

Division breeds hatred. Hatred breeds violence. They all lead to self-destruction. Karma, or the law of reaping what you sew cannot be reversed. The only force that will overturn this evil is love in action, as demonstrated through tolerance, patience, kindness, forgiveness and understanding. Hate is a disease of the heart, which has become pandemic in America.

That being said, "Equal rights for all men" in America is being kicked to the gutter. Some groups actually have more "rights" than others. Good or bad, right or wrong, imposing your will and beliefs on others has never worked. Freedom cannot be attained through legislation.  Justice, on the other hand, is quite another matter.  Selective enforcement hasn't worked either.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Best comment on gay marriage decision...

"With all due respect to SCOTUS, it did not define marriage & therefore cannot re-define it." Franklin Graham  

Would someone please refresh my memory?  I didn't think the Supreme Court could make a law?

Friday, June 26, 2015

Someone please correct these false assumptions...

4 Simple Questions (more or less)...

1. Back in 1961 people of color were called 'Negroes’. So how can the Obama 'birth certificate' state he is "African-American" when the term wasn't even used at that time?

2. The birth certificate that the White House released lists Obama's birth as August 4, 1961 and lists Barack Hussein Obama as his father. No big deal, Right? At the time of Obama's birth, it also shows that his father is aged 25 years old, and that Obama's father was born in "Kenya, East Africa".

This wouldn't seem like anything of concern, except the fact that Kenya did not even exist until 1963, two whole years after Obama's birth, and 27 years after his father's birth. How could Obama's father have been born in a country that did not yet exist ?

Up and until Kenya was formed in 1963, it was known as the "British East Africa Protectorate".

3. On the Birth Certificate released by the White House, the listed place of birth is "Kapi'olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital".

This cannot be, because the hospital(s) in question in 1961 were called "KauiKeolani Children's Hospital" and "Kapi'olani Maternity Home", respectively.

The name did not change to Kapi'olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital until 1978, when these two hospitals merged. How can this particular name of the hospital be on a birth certificate dated 1961 if this name had not yet been applied to it until 1978?

4. Perhaps a clue comes from Obama's book on his father. He states how proud he is of his father fighting in WW II. I'm not a math genius, so I may need some help from you. Barack Obama's "birth certificate" says his father was 25 years old in 1961 when Obama was born. That should have put his father's date of birth approximately 1936 - if my math holds (Honest! I did that without a calculator!) Now we need a non-revised history book-one that hasn't been altered to satisfy the author's goals-to verify that WW II was basically between 1939 and 1945.

Just how many 3 year olds fight in Wars? Even in the latest stages of WW II his father wouldn't have been more than 9 years old.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Hypnotic

Don't let the first frame deceive you

POPOs


Military


The only valid reason for Obamacare

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Smile, you're on camera...
with or without your approval


 ~ I remember the first time I heard Superman say he was for “truth, justice and the American way”. I haven’t heard the latest Supermen say it. Probably because truth and justice don’t seem to apply to American society or culture today.

 ~ How quickly we forget… 56 shot, 12 killed in violent Memorial Day weekend in Chicago.

 ~ This Houston NRA lawyer has enraged a bunch of people by stating "innocent people died because of (Clementa Pinckney's) position on a political issue. …How many more is it going to take when people realize there is no such thing as a gun-free zone?" His timing to share this is all wrong.

 ~ I have found very few news articles that perplexed me more than that of one by Fort Worth Weekly entitled “Asylum Seekers Detained”. There are so many problems on so many levels that I finally had to detach from the emotional rollercoaster I experienced reading this piece. Conclusion: Government can barely contain immigration problems, a solution is beyond their reach.

As a matter of fact, I thought I would enjoy visiting their website, but I don’t know that I will ever go back to it. I thought I was pretty tough until I glimpsed at the bitter reality we face in this land and it was very unsettling.

~ Statement after consumer groups walked out of federal talks on the use public facial recognition software because of privacy concerns: “At a base minimum, people should be able to walk down a public street without fear that companies they’ve never heard of are tracking their every movement — and identifying them by name — using facial recognition technology,” the privacy and consumer groups said in a statement. “Unfortunately, we have been unable to obtain agreement even with that basic, specific premise.NY Times

~ The latest government program to help the poor: subsidized internet. Yes, our tax dollars will now help the poor to afford broadband internet. The ATandT fine won’t come close to paying for this.

I expect the homeless all across this great nation will be standing in line to receive discounted internet services. I also expect broadband providers to be the greatest benefactor of this program. Graft will be of historic proportion.

  ~ I'm sure race plays no part in Obama and Biden attending the funeral for the slain South Carolina minister on Friday.  The President will deliver the eulogy.  Another opportunity to share his fundamental change agenda with the black community America.  His legacy will stain this country for decades to come.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Prozac & Probation or Jail
You make the call!

Should we give this Dallas woman a pass since she said something snapped and she was not in control of herself when she slammed her 5 month old niece into the concrete sending her to the hospital with life threatening injuries? Personally, I would prescribe a long-term time-out in jail, especially after watching the video.

Please keep in mind...

What did you think would happen to our youth
after we took God out of school?

Church attacks have happened before, but this one had a different outcome.

Public schools in the future?

GoatsRUs

This is what we have
to look forward to...


Taken 4 years ago...  
It looks like this guy did some previous provoking.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Smile, at least until
it affects your income...


 ~ It looks like the County Judge is out to make a name for himself and rescue Wise County in the process. Saving a few bucks by curtailing indigent burials and kicking the mentally ill out of the Wise County Jail. BTW, jails are the largest institutional housing for the mentally ill in America. He is either na├»ve or stupid if he really believes he’s capable of “making sure they get the help they need”.

This problem exists all across America and no matter how many programs and resources are used, they eventually end up under bridges, in alleys, rescue missions or any place where they can safely exist. Judge Clark makes a good show at wanting to improve the system, but I don’t think the place to start is by cutting aid to the poor and mentally ill, whether its burials or housing. 

There’s plenty of cheese to cut in every county funded office, but he’s not be brave enough to cut existing budgets, since he wouldn’t be near as popular with his fellow bureaucrats, who can and will defend themselves and their budgets, unlike the dead and insane. 

 ~ If you need proof that a ticket into America isn’t for sale, you need to read this article. What happens to the ICE agent when she testified before Congress is atrocious.

 ~ My diseased mind did a double take when I read the statement in the NY Times, “Transgender issues today are rooted in a decades-long struggle for acceptance.” My first thought was ‘Hell, if they can’t accept their own sex, why would they expect people to accept their choice to change it?’

Transgender surgery at 18, hormone blockers at 12-13, funded by the US government through Medicaid and fought for by organizations like Empire State Pride Agenda. I imagine I’m the only one who has issues with this treatment. So much for psychological studies to determine safety… 

 ~ “The Obama administration has a strategy. It is very simple. Any thinking American should be able to grasp it. It’s anti-American, anti-Western, it’s pro-Islamic, pro-Iranian, and pro-Muslim Brotherhood,” Retired Adm. James “Ace” Lyons “Until you recognize that Islam is the political movement masquerading as a religion, you’re never going to come to grips with it,” Washington Examiner

 ~ Rachel Dolezal was quoted as saying, “I identify as black”. That’s her right, but does that mean I can have feathers surgically implanted and identify as a bald eagle to receive special rights and protection? I smell a book deal in the works.

 ~ I would like to thank Donald Trump for entering the Presidential campaign.  He will make Republicans look more like the circus performers they really are.  My first thought was that the Clinton Foundation must have offered to finance one of his building projects if he ran.

 ~ The Pope is now onboard with Climate Change and wants a global political authority to deal with it. “Grave consequences” were his prediction. I suggest he reread Revelation. Maybe focus more on saving souls and the Catholic Church. Although, he could direct the Vatican bank to provide more aid to help the poor…

 ~ You know all these programs and websites that want to help you keep your passwords safe and protected? One of them was hacked recently, which is one reason I have refused to allow them my passwords.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

One problem with open carry...

...may be your skin color.

Media whore RINO?
You make the call!

A costume for every occasion!

Democracy can’t be just for billionaires…” Hillary Clinton. Spoken like a true billionaire.  In America, billionaires are above the law. They control their environment and any environment they choose. Billionaires promote and/or destroy people, places and things. They can even destroy countries, which is actually on the agenda of a few of them right here and now in the USA.

 ~ Bill Clinton has announced he will stop making paid speeches if Hillary is elected President. That could have a serious impact on their income, which seems to have been a big priority in the last few years.

 ~ The Clinton State Dept claims ISIS is winning the social media war. I thought ISIS was doing a pretty good job on the ground as well.

 ~ China has gone after government intel and former cybersecurity chief tells us why millions of government employees were their target. It’s definitely not monetary. They just don’t trust us and I can’t imagine why?

Thank goodness our President has a plan to eradicate the hackers. He’s proposing financial sanctions against those criminals.  That should teach them not to mess with us! I’m sure China is shaking in their boots. What’s it worth to have detailed info on 4 million government employees?

It may be time to invest in a few cybersecurity company stocks. I think there will be extreme growth in that sector in the near future. Since we are importing foreign IT workers for big computer firms and computer components are built and shipped from overseas, there could easily be a wormhole for an intelligence breach.

Americans won’t really take this seriously until they get hacked or a utility company is shut down and they lose power for a week or two. I don’t believe it’s a matter of if, but when it happens. You think Ferguson was bad; it will be like the Hurricane Katrina debacle.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

What's most important to liberals?

Just try to convince a liberal that their our leadership actually promote programs and laws that produce the exact opposite of what they want. I wonder how long it will be before they figure it out? I thought most liberals were actually intelligent individuals...  I guess they just refuse to investigate the possibility.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Times, they’re sure achangin…



 ~ Now that the police presence has dropped in West Baltimore, the murder rate has soared. It looks like the war on terror has come to American cities and the terrorists are locals. Looks like we will be doing our own community organizing if we want our neighborhoods to be safe.

“Residents want a strong police presence, but they also want accountability.” Accountability starts at home and with our children. Until we stop enabling rebellion, defiance and entitlement and start instilling a more cooperative philosophy, we can expect more death and devastation.

Do people really expect the police to come to a high crime area and risk their life to enforce the law when they also fear they may lose their job or go to jail because they shoot a criminal? That’s exactly what happened in Ferguson; that officer still fears for his family’s safety. This is not what will motivate law enforcement to protect and serve.

~ What was once considered treason is now considered a normal fundraising or campaign contribution. Promoting, supporting and funding organizations which incite violence and division in this country is a growing industry.

Our President leads the pack in promoting violence, even in his organizing efforts.  It's very obvious he's not hiding his agenda!  Hope and change through violence.  Where are the liberal peacekeepers?

If you need more proof, watch this video.


This is how to divide and conquer people, who are becoming too selfish to care about their neighbors.  Blood already runs down the roads of many cities.  I expect rivers of red if something doesn't change. It is coming to a neighborhood near you soon!

More craziness in our children,
who can be a mortal threat...


On a completely different note, what do you think about a bounty hunter coming into your home to arrest you and you end up dying in a gunfight? Outlaw country singer Randy Howard decided not to go peacefully and ended up in the morgue.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Yes we can...
As long as you have a permit.


It’s hard to believe an Austin mother would promote her children’s illegal behavior. Can you imagine the horror of selling lemonade illegally. Austin should be proud of their code enforcement department’s dedication to protect and serve. Twitchy

The words, ‘you didn’t build that’, echo in my mind. Now it’s because you have to have a city permit and a permit from the Health Department after inspection.  If the trade agreement passes Congress, we will be importing more foreign workers, displacing many in our current workforce.  Hope and change...

Not all computer hackers are bad guys. Four of them formed a startup to help find flaws and security vulnerabilities in companies that really need to be hack proof. Our government may need to look into using them since they seem to be the number 1 target internationally.

A Pentagon research agency awarded a Korean company a $2 million prize for winning a robotics contest. They’ve got these machines climbing stairs, operating drills, turning valves and driving cars. Looks like our government is all in when it comes to humanoid technology.

The art of deception has become a mainstay in leadership, not only in politics, but in other organizations as well. This NAACP leader has been passing herself off as an African American woman and her parents blow the whistle.

I am amazed at the ingenuity of the two prisoners who escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility in New York. If they’re really that smart, I don’t see them getting caught in the near future. They had plenty of time to research and plan their future, hopefully in Canada. There’s a $100,000 reward in case you find them.