Sunday, December 6, 2015

Dear America: Political Correctness Aided & Abetted The #SanBernardino Terrorists ^ | December 6, 2015 | Doug Giles 

You know what's ticking me off this morning?
It's three particular things:
1). The fact that fourteen innocent people were slaughtered at a Christmas party last week in San Bernardino by a Muslim terrorist and his satanic ISIS bride.
2). Obama and "The Media", including some FOX News hosts, tripped over themselves trying to keep from calling this obvious act of terror, an obvious act of terror spawned by the Kings of Killing Unsuspecting Innocent People Around The World. I'm talkin' about BHO's favorite religion the very ones he fawns over the most namely, Islam.
Did you see the Islamapologist-In-Chief stutter and sputter over the religious roots of the terrorists? He sounded like Fonzie balking when he had to admit he was wrong.
I guarantee BHO & his oglers wouldn't have been so slow in pointing out the culprits and their political/religious affiliation had the killer been a white, male, conservative, Christian named Whitey Whitebread from Crackertown, Kansas.
Oh, and by-the-way, spare me the "we had to be sure first" stuff. Stevie Wonder could see it was an act of war perpetrated by an Islamic operative. Or, as Rudy Giuliani put it, "‘If You Can’t See This Is An Act of Terror Then You're A Moron."
3). The Bigger-than-Dallas fact that a significant chunk of you-should-know-better-America, who've imbibed deeply on Obama's, The Media's and public education's brainwashing techniques, are now happy, dippy citizens of The Nuevo United States Of Wussification. Yep, via political correctness, a big slab of the general public will no longer call a spade a spade or an Islamic terrorist an Islamic terrorist. Instead, we'll happily put on a welder's mask and a ten-year-old little girl's sun dress and curtsy to crud we should be flying the finger at while sending them a barrage of hell-fire missiles.
So, why do many fear stating the obvious when it comes to Islam?
Well it's principally because we've been trained by the aforementioned to dread being labeled a xenophobe.
Matter of fact, it's this self-same thing that contributed to the deaths of those poor folks, including a father of six, in San Bernardino.
Yep, this ridiculous, anti-American, anti-commonsense, anti-humanity, self-deceptive PC-funk paved the way for Syed and his murderous wench to kill and wound dozens, in America, during a Christmas celebration.
Do you think I'm off a skoche in my assessment? Yes? Well, smoke on this.
According to Syed Farook's stupid neighbors, they saw what this murderous "moderate' Muslim and his Bride Of Frankenstein were doing but they were "afraid" of being labeled a "racial profiler". This unrighteous fear, foisted on us by the Leftist Thought Police, allowed the Muslim terrorist to light up dozens of unsuspecting citizens.
I believe when historians write us up in a few decades, if our nation loses our former glory, it'll be traced back to when we traded in plain speaking for kissing our enemy's ass.
Here's my dire prediction: The San Bernardino slaughter will not wake us up until we experience, via the hands of adherents of the "Religion Of Peace", an atrocity that makes 9/11 look like little league baseball. I believe a lot of America, via political correctness, has become dumb and numb to our immediate Islamic threat and it is this that will allow them to smack us hard.
And I mean real hard.

AZ: Sheriff Joe Arpaio asks for Help from Armed Citizens

Gun Watch ^ | 2 December, 2015 | Dean Weingarten 

Sheriff Joe Arpaio now rests near the top of those chief peace officers who vocally support defense of self and others, and exercise of Second Amendment rights.  Not only did he ask concealed carriers to protect themselves and each other, but open carriers as well.  From
Surrounded by his posse, Sheriff Joe Arpaio asked armed citizens to help protect malls this holiday season. Arpaio says nearly 250,000 Arizonans carry concealed weapons and many more are carrying in the open.

"I'm asking for that group to make sure that if some violent activity occurs that they take action to defend themselves, and also the people around them until law enforcement shows up," said Arpaio.
In 2009, Arpaio voiced support of Constitutional or 'permitless' carry.  From  
But Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said he would support the bill, saying carriers of concealed weapons should not face permit requirements when people who carry their weapons openly do not.

"A gun is a gun, whether it's concealed or not," Arpaio said.
 In 1997, Sheriff Arpaio raffled off an AR-15 that had been grandfathered in under the then recent Clinton ban on "assault weapons".  From the News-Herald, 24 December, 1997.

I hope that you or someone on you(r) behalf at Handgun Control Inc. is not using this single raffle (f)or a legal firearm and the national notoriety of this sheriff to pursue his or her own anti-gun agenda throughout the United States."
It is clear that Sheriff Arpaio has been a proponent of an armed citizenry for a long time.  He was first elected in 1992, before Arizona allowed for a concealed carry permit, and long before the state instituted Constitutional or permitless carry.  To be clear, Arizona always had open carry.  Constitutional carry was supposed to be protected in the State Constitution, but legislators and the courts had chipped away at that right from the beginning of statehood in 1912.

Arpaio has been a controversial figure to many, but I have been unable to find any statements by him that he was opposed to the concealed carry law in 1994, when it was passed.   His unabashed support for defense of self and others in this holiday season deserves recognition.  Not bad for theformer head of the DEA in Arizona.

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The Democratic Party Is A Death Cult ^ | December 6, 2015 | Derek Hunter 

I am so sick of these progressive Democrats waiting to pounce on death and exploit it to their advantage. It takes a special kind of person to do it, to see something awful unfolding on television and think, "How can I use this to my advantage?" That's the modern American left, and it has to be destroyed.

While the San Bernardino terrorists were still at large, all three Democrats running for president took the opportunity to call for gun control. That's the sort of sociopathic disconnect from human decency we expect from serial killers, not someone who seeks to become the next leader of the free world.

These people spent the week after two Islamic terrorists murdered 14 people blaming inanimate objects for their actions and seeking to take rights away from innocent Americans. Progressives continually seek a Reichstag burn in order to empower government over the individual.

A terrorist attack is the same as a school shooting, is the same as a storm, is the same as a drought a chance to advance their agenda.

There is nothing they won't exploit for their cause. They will goosestep "forward" over any terrain. Over the bodies piled deep in the cities they control or the 100 million their philosophy deprived of life in the last century; nothing short of everything is enough.
Well, enough.

The New York Times hasn't run a page-one editorial since 1920. Pearl Harbor didn't warrant one, nor did 9/11. But the terrorist attack in San Bernardino did.

It wasn't to condemn the attack, nor was it to call for reform of Islam to purge its radical elements. No, it was a call for your rights to be curtailed.

See, the Reichstag burned this week, even though it didn't catch fire at all.

From the moment the first shot was fired, the progressive left snapped into action. Anchors and talking heads were postulating it had to be a right-winger, it had to be at a Planned Parenthood. And they knew the only "solution" to a problem still happening was to strip you of your rights.

But a funny thing happened on the way to the Reichstag fire: the fire burned itself out. The terrorist, Syed Farook, and his mail-order accomplice, weren't white Christians; they were radical Islamic terrorists. That wasn't the narrative.

Democrats view terrorism, and groups such as ISIS and Al Qaeda, as distractions. They don't honestly care to defeat them; progressives' focus is domestic. Barack Obama didn't run to "fundamentally transform" the world, only America. In a world full of dictators, despots and strongmen, Democrats see the biggest problem in the world as free American people.

Obama only bothers himself with matters outside our borders when he can use it to his advantage domestically or when he has to. After the Charlie Hebdo attack in January, he couldn't be bothered to show solidarity with the leaders of the free world because he doesn't have solidarity with them. After 130 people were slaughtered in Paris, he could only bring himself to call it a "distraction."

When it's "Agenda Ueber Alles," bodies are "bumps in the road.”

After San Bernardino, progressives were ready. It was the right's fault, aided by guns; and the only "sensible" response is more gun control.

Still high on the Colorado shooting by a lunatic with no electricity or running water in his woodland shack, they set the ball in motion. It just didn't work out for them.

When the terrorists were identified, the left was hesitant. This was, after all, San Bernardino, not New York. Who attacks there?

But the ball was in motion, even though it had been knocked off track. Still, patience had run out. In spite of the facts, they'd made their move and they're sticking to it.

Congressional Democrats, the White House, the media it's all gun control. Farook's burqa-wearing wife praises ISIS in the middle of the attack, but it's the gun's fault. Moreover, it's your fault for having the right to own a gun. And you, not terrorists, must be stopped.

It's ironic the same people who claim it is "open season" on young black men by the police openly say police are the only people in society who should be trusted to have access to guns. They either have absolute faith black voters won't draw the line between their two points or in the media never putting those points in public view together.

That's neither here nor there. The greatest killer of young black men isn't police, nor is it legally sold firearms. It's other young black men with illegal guns. Yet the left isn't going after them either, or illegal guns. Again, bodies are an opportunity or a distraction, not real people.

No, the switch has been flipped. The paper of record for the rich, white cocktail party set put it on the front page. Page one to write this:

Opponents of gun control are saying, as they do after every killing, that no law can unfailingly forestall a specific criminal. That is true. They are talking, many with sincerity, about the constitutional challenges to effective gun regulation. Those challenges exist. They point out that determined killers obtained weapons illegally in places like France, England and Norway that have strict gun laws. Yes, they did.

But at least those countries are trying.

The last line is the progressives' mindset…and cover for government power grabs. That's not a coincidence.

During, not even after, San Bernardino, came the calls to "do something!" It's the same calls heard in Moscow before the revolution, the same heard in Berlin after the Reichstag fire. Always the same. Tyranny always waits for an opportunity and opportunists willing to exploit it.

This is how liberty gets smothered by "good intentions."

They've exposed themselves now as they’ve exposed themselves before, as they'll expose themselves again. Unless they are defeated.

When I hear Republicans and/or conservatives whine about this, that or the other thing when it comes to someone who agrees with them 80 percent of the time, I'm reminded of why we lose.

I'm reminded of the libertarians who cheered as McCain lost states on Election Night 2008. They weren't cheering each Obama win (at least most weren't); they were cheering each McCain loss. They hated McCain that much.

Their cause, as is ours, is now set back to the point it may be impossible to achieve. But they still have their self-righteousness.

Every day I see allies attack and impugn the intelligence of fellow fighters for liberty in the same trenches over who is "more" this or that. Frankly, given what we're up against, what the other side wants to do, who gives a damn?

The next president can do a lot of damage; they're right. But any of the Democrats will do more damage than any of the Republicans. If you're willing to sit out this election because your candidate doesn't end up being the nominee, you are, with all due respect, an idiot. I'd use expletives, but it wouldn't get past the editors.

It's awful that our choice might be between someone who isn't great and someone who is awful, but you dance with the girl who brung ya. I'd not only vote for Lindsey Graham, I'd work tirelessly to elect him if he wins the nomination. So when I read stories of moneyed insiders threatening to sit on the sidelines if their candidate isn't the nominee I have to wonder how these people benefit from a Hillary Clinton presidency.

Anyone who doesn't do all they can to win for whoever the Republican nominee is has thrown in with the left. They're urinating on the Constitution. They're only interested in themselves. Their network, their casinos, every crevasse from which they derive their money will never see a penny from me.

The stakes are too high to accept anything short of vanquishing progressives in the next election. To Hell with them. If you aren't on board for beating them, you're on board with them.

We have just over a year of a rampaging President Obama wiping himself with what makes our country great. We can survive that. But if we get four more years of a Democrat, you can not only kiss the Second Amendment goodbye, you can forget it all. You can either be smugly proud of whatever sick moral victory you'll claim because your candidate was better, or you can save the Reichstag, and the Constitution, from the flame.

And to those of you who always write (usually liberals) when I make Reichstag or similar analogies: you stop acting like them, and I'll stop comparing you to them.

Why Have There Been More Mass Shootings Under Obama than the Four Previous Presidents Combined?

Truthstreammedia ^ | 11/2/2015 | Melissa Dykes 

We live in a world of short-term memories and long-term memory deficiencies. If the 24-hour news cycle was any indication, Americans appear to be bouncing from one catastrophic mass shooting to the next, with hardly any breathing room. Like this is just a regular occurrence America has learned to endure because… guns. It’s the prevalence of firearms in the hands of the people, the anti-gunners say. Calls to limit, rewrite, redefine, or outright dispose of the 2nd Amendment are rampant.
But no one is looking at the data. If they did, they would realize something is really, really, really wrong here.
No, there haven’t always been so many mass shootings. It hasn’t always been this way. Mass shootings have skyrocketed in this country just in the last seven years under President Obama
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How the 'New York Times' and Loretta Lynch Made Me Join the NRA ^ | 12/6/2015 | Roger L Simon 

I am not a complete stranger to guns. I got my merit badge in riflery when I was a kid and have dropped in on a firing range now and again, learning the basics on Glocks and Berettas. I even went shooting with former Governor Rick Perry of Texas.
But the NRA was always a bridge too far. I interviewed Wayne LaPierre, its CEO, once for PJTV, but I never joined. I'm still a Jewish boy from New York whose mother cringed at buying him a cap gun. It's not in my DNA.
The New York Times and Attorney General Loretta Lynch have finally put an end to all that. Hello again, Mr. LaPierre. Here's my twenty-five bucks. Send me that rosewood knife. I'm in.
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Worst Terrorism Since 9/11: Why Aren't Journalists Writing About An Absent President in Crisis Time

December 5, 2015 | delacoert 

It's not just the absence of presidential leadership. It's the fact that a whole group of people from the presidential administration to the press corps of the United States is entirely silent about the malfeasance of the president.
Why isn't, he, the president talking about terror in San Bernardino?
Why isn't the President taking a leadership role in helping the citizens of the United States deal with this horrific terrorist event?
Why aren't the members of Obama's administration reacting in a way that shows concern about the terrorism and about the commander-in-chief's apparent lack of concern in that he is saying and doing nothing?
Why aren't the members of the press going crazy about the lack of leadership out of the Office of the President to the worst act in the US since 9/11.


WND ^ | 12/4/2015 

'I just see this as a train that they can't derail' The Prince William County fairgrounds in Manassas, Virginia, rocked with energy as roughly 2,500 people gathered to hear a speech from Donald Trump, the current frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination.
On that night this week, the crowd seemed to sense Trump is different than most politicians - and believe him to be a bolder, more independent leader capable of doing what is necessary to make America a better country.
Ruby, from Front Royal, Virginia, said she drove almost an hour to hear Trump speak, and it was her first political rally ever.
She said she supports Trump because "he can't be bought" and "he tells it just like it is."
"He's not politically correct; he's direct, and he just says what's on his mind, and that's what most people are already thinking," she said. "We're afraid to say anything because of repercussions, but he's not."
Ruby said she believes Trump, unlike most politicians inside the Washington beltway, actually cares about America and ordinary Americans.
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On ISIS, Barack Obama Is Baghdad Bob

The Federalist ^ | December 4, 2015 | Sean Davis 

"ISIS is contained” is the new “American tanks are not in Baghdad” of 2015.
In the throes of a tight re-election campaign in October of 2012, President Barack Obama declared that al Qaeda was “on the run.” In one sense, he was right: al Qaeda was running into the arms of ISIS, which was running wild in the Middle East. But his intended implication–that his policies had routed the terrorists, rendered them incapable of hurting Americans, and as a result made America safer from the threat of terrorist attack–was demonstrably false.
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Now You Know Who the RINOs Are

Now You Know Who the RINOs Are

Gonna primary these Obama-enabling tools 
in 2014 (if any of us are still in the GOP by then)

who the rinos are
Alabama ---


Young, Donald “Don”
Alaska At Large

Arizona ---


Womack, Steve
Arkansas's 3rd congressional district


Bilbray, Brian
California's 50th congressional district

Bono Mack, Mary
California's 45th congressional district

Calvert, Ken
California's 44th congressional district,

Denham, Jeff
California's 19th congressional district

Dreier, David
California's 26th congressional district

Gallegly, Elton
California's 24th congressional district

Herger, Walter “Wally”
California's 2nd congressional district

Lungren, Daniel E.
California's 3rd congressional district

McKeon, Howard “Buck”
California's 25th congressional district

Miller, Gary
California's 42nd congressional district

Royce, Edward “Ed”
California's 40th congressional district

Colorado ---

Connecticut ---

Delaware ---


Buchanan, Vern
Florida's 13th congressional district

Crenshaw, Ander
Florida's 4th congressional district

Diaz-Balart, Mario
Florida's 21st congressional district

Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana
Florida's 18th congressional district

Young, Bill
Florida's 10th congressional district

Georgia ---

Hawaii ---


Simpson, Michael “Mike”
Idaho's 2nd congressional district


Biggert, Judy
Illinois's 13th congressional district,

Bob Dold
Illinois's 10th congressional district

Johnson, Timothy
Illinois's 15th congressional distric

Kinzinger, Adam
Illinois's 11th congressional district

Manzullo, Donald
Illinois's 16th congressional district

Schock, Aaron
Illinois's 18th congressional district

Shimkus, John
Illinois's 19th congressional district

Indiana ---

Iowa ---

Kansas ---


Rogers, Harold “Hal”
Kentucky's 5th congressional district


Alexander, Rodney
Louisiana's 5th congressional district

Maryland ---

Massachusetts ---


Benishek, Dan
Michigan's 1st congressional district

Camp, David “Dave”
Michigan's 4th congressional district

Miller, Candice
Michigan's 10th congressional district

Rogers, Michael “Mike”
Michigan's 8th congressional district

Upton, Frederick “Fred”
Michigan's 6th congressional district


Kline, John
Minnesota's 2nd congressional district

Mississippi ---


Emerson, Jo Ann
Missouri's 8th congressional district

Missouri's 9th congressional district

Montana ---


Fortenberry, Jeffrey
Nebraska's 1st congressional district


Heck, Joe
Nevada's 3rd congressional district

New Hampshire

Bass, Charles “Charlie”
New Hampshire's 2nd congressional district

New Jersey

Frelinghuysen, Rodney
New Jersey's 11th congressional district

Lance, Leonard
New Jersey's 7th congressional district

LoBiondo, Frank
New Jersey's 2nd congressional district

Runyan, Jon
New Jersey's 3rd congressional district

Smith, Christopher “Chris”
New Jersey's 4th congressional district

New Mexico ---

New York

Gibson, Chris
New York's 20th congressional district Gibson, who was redistricted from the 20th district to the 19th district.

Grimm, Michael
New York's 13th congressional district Grimm was redistricted from the 13th district to the 11th district.

Hanna, Richard
New York's 24th congressional districtRedistricted to New York's 22nd congressional district.

Hayworth, Nan
New York's 19th congressional district

King, Peter “Pete”
New York's 3rd congressional district

Reed, II, Tom 
New York's 29th congressional district

Turner, Robert L. "Bob"
New York's 9th congressional district Turner lost the primary election to Wendy Elizabeth Long on June 26, 2012. She lost the general election to incumbent Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand.

North Carolina

Coble, Howard
North Carolina's 6th congressional district

North Dakota ---


Boehner, John
Ohio's 8th congressional district

Johnson, William Leslie "Bill"
Ohio's 6th congressional district

LaTourette, Steven
Ohio's 14th congressional district

Latta, Robert
Ohio's 5th congressional district

Stivers, Steven Ernst "Steve"
Ohio's 15th congressional district

Tiberi, Patrick “Pat”
Ohio's 12th congressional district


Cole, Tom
Oklahoma's 4th congressional district

Lucas, Frank
Oklahoma's 3rd congressional district

Sullivan, John
Oklahoma's 1st congressional district


Walden, Greg
Oregon's 2nd congressional district


Barletta, Lou
Pennsylvania's 11th congressional district

Dent, Charles
Pennsylvania's 15th congressional district

Fitzpatrick, Michael
Pennsylvania's 8th congressional district

Gerlach, Jim
Pennsylvania's 6th congressional district

Kelly, Jr., George Joseph "Mike"
Pennsylvania's 3rd congressional district

Marino, Thomas Anthony
Pennsylvania's 10th congressional district

Meehan, Patrick Leo "Pat"
Pennsylvania's 7th congressional district

Murphy, Tim
Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district

Pitts, Joseph
Pennsylvania's 16th congressional district

Platts, Todd
Pennsylvania's 19th congressional district

Shuster, William “Bill”
Pennsylvania's 9th congressional district

Thompson, Glenn
Pennsylvania's 5th congressional district

Rhode Island ---

South Carolina ---

South Dakota

Noem, Kristi
South Dakota At Large,

Tennessee ---


Brady, Kevin
Texas's 8th congressional district

Sessions, Peter “Pete”
Texas's 32nd congressional district

Smith, Lamar
Texas's 21st congressional district,

Thornberry, William “Mac”
Texas's 13th congressional district

Utah ---

Vermont ---

Virginia ---


Hastings, Doc
Washington's 4th congressional district

Herrera Beutler, Jaime
Washington's 3rd congressional district

McMorris Rodgers, Cathy
Washington's 5th congressional district

Reichert, Dave
Washington's 8th congressional district,

West Virginia ---


Ribble, Reid James
Wisconsin's 8th congressional district

Ryan, Paul
Wisconsin's 1st congressional district

Wyoming ---

Noone should be spared our wrath, not even Ryan...