Coming In the Near Future

As stated in “Jesus Christ Superstar,” what’s the buzz? Tell me what’s a happening. So what is happening? Glad you ask. Lets start with the vote in the house. We all know it’s been postponed, but it seems that there’s a great deal of moment in who is voting for whom. At the moment it looks like the House Freedom Caucus will vote for Representative Daniel Webster (R-FL) for Speaker when the Republican conference chooses its candidate on Thursday.

According to Rep. Fleming, the decision to vote together applies only for the conference vote on Thursday and is not binding for votes that follow. The decision damages the prospects for Kevin McCarthy, endorsed by Boehner in his battle against Chaffetz. It requires a majority of the House, or 218 votes, to win the gavel. There are currently 247 Reps. in the house. The FC consists of roughly 40 of the most conservative member, and Rep. Jim Jordan the group’s leader said Tuesday, “We have every intention of voting together tomorrow and on the house floor.” Rep. Tim Huelskamp also said he’d be supporting Webster: “I don’t think Kevin convinced anybody that he’d be much different than Boehner…Right now it’s just ‘Trust me.'”The leadership elections will be held on Oct. 29.

Then we have that stalwart Conservative Carly Fiorina. She told a group of conservative journalists that she would have voted to confirm Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. According to her statement, this daughter of the late Deputy U.S. Attorney General and U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Joseph Sneed, that “she does not believe in litmus test for judicial nominees, and that the chief criterion for service is “respecting the Constitution.”

A reminder that the only Senators that voted for her were moderates. Alexander, Bond, Collins, Graham, Lugar, Martinez, Snowe and Voinovich. Carly went on to say that she didn’t study Sotomayor all that much as she was battling cancer, but would have voted for her anyway. This was taken from an article at the end of 09, a time when she was pushing her Conservative creds.

Bobby Jindal has unveiled his new tax plan and I suggest you go to his web site and study it. It’s really very interesting and has some real good things listed that would please Conservatives.

We have Anthea Butler, a black religious studies professor, calling Ben Carson a ‘coon.’ If I called him that would I get away with it or would the wreath of God fall down upon my head. If you see a picture of this woman it explains everything. Sadly she’s teaching our kids.

The we come to John Kasich. Bless his heart, he’s trying so hard to be relevant. I mean the guy is threatening to buy Bibles so we sinners will be able to read what God says about expanding Obamacare, and bankrupting his state. I think that passage is found in the book of  Kasich Chpt. 3 verse 9-12. At least I think that’s were I saw it.

And if that wasn’t enough, he’s pushing for stricter “green Energy” mandates. The state legislature is trying to work their way around Kasich’s stead fast “absolutely unacceptable” stance on the subject. Of course this is just one of a number of troubling things going on in Ohio concerning this issue. Supposedly Kasich, as all politicians do, forms a committee to look into whether move green energy was advisable. They said no. Kasich  said forget the committee. I know best and referred them to the book of Kasich Chpt. 16 verses 1-10.

UPDATE–as you know by now McCarthy’s out and there’s talk of having Romney take the chair. Good grief have we sank that low? Romney is the last thing we need with that sort of power. Especially seeing how he told Breitbart that the solution to amnesty is to have Congress swallow hard and pass amnesty. It would cut Obama off at the pass. No, it would have him dancing on the ceiling. He would take that as a giant win and another that we handed him. Oh, and by the way, he’s flipped again on Climate Change. Now he’s all in with the global warming crowd. Perhaps he never was really a disbeliever.

There’s also rumor that Romney could persuade Paul Ryan to take the job. Heaven help us. Ryan is a big amnesty fan, helped Boehner in his fight against Conservatives, and was willing to raise the debt ceiling and helped pass the last budget that was rushed through Congress.

Here is a list of those with a 95 to 100% Conservative voting record. Any of these would be wonderful. –Dave Brat-100%, Gary Palmer-100%, Jim Brindenstine-96%, Louie Gohmert-96%, Mark Meadows-96% Jeff Duncan 95%.

Oh by the way, Boehner said if he has to he’ll remain speaker until the new session starts. There goes the budget and amnesty and God only knows what else.


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Eminent Domain Sound Good Till It’s Your Land

So, the big debate flavor at the moment comes from Trumps interview with Bret Bair on FOX. The issue–EMINENT DOMAIN. The example he gives in the interview is the taking of property to build highways, but of course Trump doesn’t build highways. He build casino’s, and hotels. He says he agree’s with Kelo. Kelo was about developers abusing Eminent Domain not for public gain, but for a private gain. They wanted to build water front apartments and shopping mall in Conn.  The people living in that area had lived there for most of their lives. They didn’t want to move just so the city could sell the land to the developer. They were offered compensation but they loved where they were and refused to sell. It went to the supreme court and they ruled for the city. A complete 180degree change from what was intended in the Constitution.

Trump seems to relish the idea that the government can simply take what it wants regardless how you feel about it. So what if you lived there all your lives. So what if it’s been in the family since first coming to America. Trump wants it and if you don’t sell, he calls you a “hold out.” How is that view conservative? We were all up in arms with the Supreme Courts decision but because Trump wants it, that’s just fine. After all, he loves the country and wants to make it great.

What Trump loves is money. The more the better. By the way, nothing was ever built on that property in Conn. It sits vacant to this day. And don’t start on well, eminent domain is being used for the Keystone Pipeline. Yes, it is, but to compare that with taking someones home  to build a shopping mall or manufacturing plant, which can be built anywhere is ridiculous and if the people saying that hadn’t drank the Trump Kool-aid, they’d agree. They use to.

Here’s something else to consider. He thinks it’s okay with your government seizing your property for “job development.” Do you understand what that means? He wants to extend governments power into your very home and allow them to take your stuff. Why does he think this is a great idea? Because’s he’s been in the property business, of course. He’s tried to use gov. to get him other people’s property before.

Trump has decided that, like Obama, he can use government to forcibly create jobs. The only difference is that while Obama is growing the public sector, Trump would attempt to grow the private sector on the backs of working class citizens for larger corporations. And yes, I just used Bernie Sanders’ talking point from the Kelo case and no I don’t regret it because this is literally the only thing Sanders has ever been right about ever.

This is yet another case of a “Republican” (I put quotation marks around that because he’s no Republican.)wanting to work in the best (special) interest of (big) business (while shutting small businesses out of the marketplace..)

Lets see what the founders thought about eminent domain, then you tell me that Trump is right on.

  • “So great moreover is the regard of the law for private property, that it will not authorize the least violation of it’ no, not even for the general good of the whole community.”–William Blackstone.
  • All men are created equally free and independent, and have certain inherent rights, of which they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity; among which are the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing the obtaining of happiness and safety.”–George Mason
  • “No power on earth has a right to take our property from us without our consent.” John Jay
  • “Among the natural rights of the colonists are these: First a right to life, secondly to liberty, and thirdly to property; together with the right to defend them in the best manner they can.” –Samuel Adams
  • “Where an excess of power prevails, property of no sort is duly respected. No man is safe in his opinions, his person, his faculties or his possessions.” James Madison

So do you think Trump knows the Constitution or the founders idea’s about property? Certainly doesn’t look it to me. Also, it sounds fine till it’s your house or your property they want to take. Or your small business needed to make way for someone else BIG business. Then of course it’s another story so be very careful what you elect because this man is about making money and regardless how much he says he wants to make America great again, you don’t do it by taking something that isn’t your’s to take, regardless the price they’re willing to pay for it. On the other hand we’re dealing with a man whose use to getting what he wants or else he’ll pout and call names till he does.

Of course some will argue will, Eminent domain is needed so that power companies and water lines etc can be brought into your land if blocked by someone else’s. And yes, that’s a use for Eminent domain. But if the person wants the land thats blocking access to his land and so uses Eminent domain to get it, that is entirely different. This isn’t what Trump is talking about. He’s talking about taking land because he wants it to build on. But of course this is all about nothing, for tomorrow Trump will change his position. He’s very good at that and like some sort of mind melder no one will remember his first statements. Sort of like Hillary’s emails.

We should all be outraged by this assertion that he will just waltz in and take from us to give to them, and oh my, he said he’d pay far more than our little bungalow is worth and we can build a bigger and better place elsewhere, except we don’t want a bigger or better place. We like our home where and how it is. So no, Mr. Trump. This isn’t something conservatives are ignorant of. We just don’t want the —–government taking our stuff. We worked to hard to earn it.



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This, That, and Oh My Goodness!

Here we are again waiting to be told by the polls who it is that’s going to be our savior in the Republican party. Like they really care. Well, don’t be dismayed. These polls right now are polling fewer than 500 people in many instances, and have a + or – error rate of 6%. Better to just sit back, support your guy and wait for things to get into gear. I know, it’s hard, I’ve bitten my nails all the way down to my knee-caps. So lets look at what going on at the moment.

First lets talk about Rep. Jason Chaffetz running for Speaker of the House. The one most important thing you need to remember about him is that he was Boehner’s lapdog who fired Mark Meadows for daring to stand up to Boehner. That’s what started Meadows down the path that  led to Boehner’s resignation. If Chaffetz was this willing to play lapdog for leadership how would he behave as Speaker? Remember, this is the man who not only did not stand up to Boehner as a conservative, but punished those who did, we should remember that.

Next, we just learned that Boehner is going to put off the vote to replace him till after he’s gone. Well, why would that be? Probably so he can ramrod with the help of the Dems next years spending bill and an increase in the debt ceiling. The fix is already in. Of course one of the things that could stop this is if those who brought up the “vacate order” for Boehner to be unthroned went a head and filed the order. Boehner would be gone immediately from his office. He wouldn’t have the power to push anything as he would no longer be speaker. What Boehner is about to do is to make us all pay for getting rid of him. Funny that he and our Pres. intend to do as much damage as possible before leaving office. Odd, isn’t it.

I’ve been speaking to you about the Splitter Strategy to get Bush elected. I’ve been told I must be nuts. Trumps out in front their plan isn’t working. Then answer me this. Why are Graham, Jindal, Christie, Huckabee, Kasich, Pataki, and other non-entities still pretending to be in the race? All six are drawing–in aggregate–six percent. How can they afford a campaign under these conditions. Simple, they can’t. They’re being funded by the GOPe. In a normal year these folks would have thrown in the towel long ago. The only one I think shouldn’t get out is Jindal.

Say, did you know that while we were busy watching Christians being slaughtered outright in these Unites States, while the flood waters were washing away half of South Carolina, while Obama was acting like God at the U.N. our Congress allowed the law on H-1B and L-1 visa fee applications to run out. Normally the law requires companies with more than 50% of its employees overseas has to pay an application fee of $2,000 and $2,250 respectively for each person they employ. The duration of the law, which was expected to send in 2014 was extended by a year. Now it has been allowed to laps. Naturally the High Tech companies, were delighted saying they’d been lobbying for this for years. The Indian IT industry could save as much as $80million a year if this fee is revoked. Happy days are here again for everyone but the American worker.

There’s talk that Marco Rubio didn’t tell CNBC that he changed his mind on letting illegals eventually get green cards. Is he finally running away from that key part of his Gang of Eight amnesty bill? Well… not quite. In the interview the question was about all people getting green cards. Rubio–“well, I have always said that I’m open to people having access to apply for a green card. I don’t think it’s good for America to have millions of people here permanently living in the country who can never become citizens. Bit if you create a special pathway, you make it impossible to do anything on immigration because the argument you hear is why should someone who came illegally be able to access citizenship.”

What he’s doing here is trying to walk the line, as usual, between showing conservatives he’s learned his lesson and showing center-rights that he won’t pander to the right by running away from his previous moderation on this issue. He no longer supports comprehensive immigration reform, not because he thinks it’s a bad idea, but because he distrust Dems. According to Rubio, a comprehensive bill can’t pass so we might as well move on to something else. But, hidden in this is the fact that if Pres., and if things change on the ground, he might just go back to his old position. Also, he came out saying he defends the idea of a no-fly zone in Syria, even if it means a confrontation with Russia. This is the same strategy Fiorina and Clinton are following.

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More Evil This Way Comes

On Wednesday of last week, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, (voted in by republicans) announced at the United Nations that her office would be working in several American cities to form what she called the Strong Cities Network (SCN) a law enforcement initiative that would encompass the globe. Yes, you read that right.

This amounts to nothing less than the overriding of American laws, up to and including the Constitution in favor of U.N. laws that would henceforth be implemented in the U.S. itself–without any consultation of Congress at all.

The U.N. is a sharia-compliant world body, and Obama, speaking there last week insisted that “violent extremism” is not exclusive to Islam (which it is). Obama is redefining jihad terror to include everyone but the jihadists. So will the UN, driven largely by the sharia-enforcing Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the pro-Islamic post-American Pres. use a “global police force” to crush counter-jihad forces?

After all, with Obama knowingly aiding alQaeda forces in Syria, how likely is it that he’ll use his “global police force” against actual Islamic jihadists? I suspect that instead, this global police force will be used to impose the blasphemy laws under the sharia  and to silence all criticism of Islam for the Pres. who proclaimed that “the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.”

What is a global police force doing in our cities? This is exactly the abdication of our sovereignty. The Dept. of Justice made it clear that it was exactly that when it distributed a press release last week announcing SCN. In the press release, the DoJ complained that “while many cities and local authorities are developing innovative responses to address this challenge, no systematic efforts are in place to share experiences, pool resources and build a community of cities to inspire local action on a global scale.”

So if the local and municipal effort to counter the euphemistic and disingenuous “violent extremism” is inadequate and hasn’t developed “systematic efforts are in place to share experiences, pool resources and build a community of cities to inspire local action on a global scale,” the feds–and the UN have to step in. Thus the groundwork is being laid for federal and international interference down to the local level. “The Strong Cities Network,” Lynch declared, “will serve as a vital tool to strengthen capacity-building and improve collaboration”–i.e., local dependence on federal and international authorities.

Lynch made the global involvement clear when she added: “As we continue to counter a range of domestic and global terror threats, this innovative platform will enable cities to learn from one another, to develop best practices and build social cohesions and community residence here at home and around the world.”

This internationalist character was announced not in Washington, but at the U.N.

Even more ominously, the DoJ press release says, “the SCN “will strengthen strategic planning and practices to address violent extremism in all its forms by fostering collaboration among cities, municipalities and other sub-national authorities.”

But what is that greatest threat, exactly? Remember, the DoJ presser says that the SCN will “address violent extremism in all its forms.” It also says that it will aid initiatives that are working toward “building social cohesion and resilience to violent extremism.” “Building social cohesion” is a euphemism for keep peace between non-Muslim and Muslim communities–mostly by making sure that non-Muslims don’t complain too loudly about, much less work against, rapidly expanding Muslim populations and the Islamization of their communities.

The DoJ presser noted that at the launch of SCN “welcoming remarks” would be offered by the UN. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein and Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York. The involvement of de Blasio the City’s Marxist international mayor is yet another warning sign.

Assert our sovereignty and individual rights. Contact your representative now. Demand that they oppose SNC now, before it’s too late and our freedom of religion and speak our one.  Remember, you never thought America would support Iran over Israel. You never thought Putin would have more power then the Pres. It happened and this will to if we don’t stop it. And never, never forget that when Mitch McConnell had a chance to stop her nomination, he did nothing. He supported it.


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Something Evil This Way Comes

I don’t like the United Nations. I find it destructive and secretive and determined to bring the world under one rule. Now you probably missed the most important speech given at the UN last week. Why? Because everyone was fawning over the Pope, dismayed by Putin, disgusted with Obama, and in awe of Netanyahu. What we all missed but shouldn’t have, was that this U.N. session is also the kickoff for the U.N. 2030 Agenda for The Sustainable Development conference.

“Sustainable is U.N. speak for “control.” Don’t you understand the planet is in peril? That humanity is a plague that’s destroying everything it touches? Will the U.N., with U.S. compliance, is hammering out an agenda that will determine not only how many people there will be, but where they’ll live, how they’ll live, and what governments will permit them to do in order to save the planet.

Does all that sound familiar? It should, because we have George Bush the elder to thank for signing us on to Agenda 21 which was rolled out in 1992 in Rio De Janiero. Now it’s true, Agenda 21 failed in its attempt to eradicate poverty and save the universe but it did serve as a justification for world governments to enhance their power at the expense of ours.

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets which they announced last week demonstrate the scale and ambition of this new universal Agenda. They seek to build on the Millennium Development Goals and complete what these did not achieve.

Agenda 2030 is the death knell for freedom and independence around the world. It’s a blueprint for world government by the U.N. and for the U.N. It’s 17 goals and 169 targets leave no aspect of human life and activities immune from the ensuing power grabs of government.

Pres. Obama fully embraced this carry on Agenda. According to the man in the White House, “We suffer no illusions of the challenges ahead, but we understand this is something that we must commit ourselves to. ” he said in a speech to the assembly. One of the major goals of this carry on program is the confiscation of land motivated by a desire to comply with the U.N. “rewinding” program that advocates pushing humans out of rural areas and into densely packed urban zones, to promote what they call “sustainable development.”

Private property is a prime tenet of American freedom. According to Obama, “Land cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership is also a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice; if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle in the planning and implementation of development schemes.”

You’d have to say that this agenda fits perfectly with Obama’s promise to “fundamentally transform” America.

Not liking the sound of that, Alabama recently passed Senate Bill 477 unanimously in both houses. It bars the taking of private property in Ala., without due process and sys that Alabama and all political subdivisions my not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately or inadvertently, infringes on the private property rights with due process, as my be required by policy recommendations originating in Agenda 21.

Something wicked this way comes and it’s called Agenda 2030. The direct descendant of Agenda 21. If fully implemented, it would complete Obama’s promised fundamental transformation of America. Think about it.

More on this agenda tomorrow.

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What Goes Around Comes Around

Hello everyone, it’s been a couple of days since I posted as I haven’t been well, and my dog came down sick, and the fall has arrived along with tons of leaves that have a tendency to land right at my doorstep and well, I can’t think of any other excuses. Oh, I know, all those things have made me a victim.

Moving on, with all the news going on in the U.S. we sort of lost sight of the migrant situation in Europe. Germany specifically. Now we all know that Chancellor Merker has, for all intents and purposes, destroyed Germany as a Germanic state. Why she did this can only be speculated on. She was on the Communist side of the wall before it came down and that could be one reason. The other is that the German psyche has over the years been ground down into the dirt because of what they did during the two world wars and this to some seems a way to pay for their transgressions.

It’s hard to be proud of yourselves when you’re constantly reminded of the millions of people you killed just for the heck of it, and for the way you did it. Now I have to say at this point that my family was stationed in Germany for four and a half years. We lived in Kyllburg, about thirty miles outside Trier, near the Luxembourg border. So I know the people and lived amongst them. It was a great place to live and explore.

Now however, they are being overrun by migrants who seem to think they deserve the best of everything Germany has to offer even if it means taking it away from the natives. It seems that they don’t have enough places for these intruders to live, so, they are forcing the Germans to give up their homes etc., to make room. In Hamburg officials say that owners of vacant real estate have refused to make their property available and thus the city should ge given the right to take it by force.

The proposed confiscation of private land and buildings is a massive attack on the property rights of citizens. In North Rhine-Westphalia officials seized a private resort in the town of Olpe to provide housing for 400 migrants.

“I find it impossible to understand how the country can treat me like this. I have struggled through life with grief and sorrow and now I get an eviction notice. It’s like a kick in the stomach.” Bettina Halbey 51 year old nurse said after being notified that she must vacate her apartment so that migrants can move in. In the same building, a single mother with two children has been given until Oct. 31 to move out of her apartment also to make room for migrants. She was to be out by July, but that was delayed to allow her daughter to finish the school year without interruption.

In an interview with the newspaper Westfalen-Blatt, Vidal, an independent who doesn’t belong to any political party said: “I know this is an unconventional measure. But as a community, we have an obligation to provide housing for migrants.” (German guilt) In some cases, landlords are evicting long-time residents because the government’s offering them more money to house migrants than they are receiving in rent from existing tenants.

In Braunsbedra, a small town in the state of Saxon-Anhalt, a landlord evicted dozens of resident from an apartment building to make way for the new coming in. Money speaks louder than loyalty. When reporters visited the property the landlord told them “I am asking you to leave the premises. You’re banned from entering the building. Otherwise I’ll call the police.”

The landlord is being paid 552 euros ($617) for each migrant he takes. By cramming as many as he can into his property he stands to receive payments of more than 2 million euros a year from the government.

“Considering that migrants can’t afford to rent new properties…moves must be initiated in which higher income households purchase or build more expensive accommodations for themselves in order to free up the less expensive housing for migrants.”

“I saw an unbelievable situation. An elderly volunteer sitting up a room for migrants, lifted a table halfway, looked at the migrant and moved his head asking for help. The migrant paused for a moment and then just walked away.” Firsthand account, refugee shelter. German taxpayers are also being obliged to make colossal economic sacrifices to accommodate these people, many of whom have no prospect of ever finding a job in the country. Staying the 800,000 migrants and refugees who are expected to arrive in 2015 will cost taxpayers at least 11 billion euros ($12 Billion) a year for eternity.

In Tubingen, a lovely college town in Baden-Wurttemberg, the mayor is threatening to confiscate the property of landlords who dare reject his offer. “In the written offers, I advise that the Police gives us the possibility, in cases of emergency, to confiscate homes for several months. The law provides for seizure in emergencies. The emergency can happen when accommodations are overcrowded and we continue to receive 50 new migrants. If property is confiscated we would order immediate enforcement.

In Lubbecke, in NRW, teachers and students were given less that 24 hours to vacate the Jahn-Realschule, a secondary school for 150 students so that the building can be used to house 300 migrants. The principal said that she was notified at 5:30 pm on Tuesday Sept 30, that the last day of classes would be Wed. Students were ordered immediately to remove all of their belongings from the premises and to to take a week off until alternative classrooms could be found. The students were giving 15 minutes to get their things and leave. There were no discussions. No one forewarned us.

Meanwhile, politicians are demanding that German citizens do more to ensure that the migrants feel at home. One German recounts, “What made me really angry was to see the incredible lethargy of the young men. All of them in their 20s and 30s all sitting here, smoking and looking at their cell phones, while elderly volunteers set up beds, tables and chairs for the migrants to use.”

Now after reading this you have to be outraged that any country would voluntarily do this to its citizens. Of course the Muslims, (migrants) aren’t going to lift a hand to help out. Why would they want to thank a non-muslim for anything. They feel they deserve this as they are Muslims.

In that respect I do feel sorry for the Germans even though I don’t understand how they can not be outraged but all this. And then I had a thought. They say what goes around comes around. Isn’t this exactly what they did to the Jews? Hitler had millions of Germans return to Germany from Poland, etc, and he threw out the Jews from their homes and moved in the new arrivals. These new arrivals if they were butchers or shoemakers or whatever would find a similar Jewish business and simply take it over pushing the Jewish owner out onto the street.

So, in reality, I can’t feel too sorry for them, but still….

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So You Say You’re A Conservative…Really?

If I didn’t know any better I’d swear we were living in the pre-WWII universe. Obama’s running around saying global warming will destroy the world. Kerry is making all kissey huggy with Putin saying we must come to some agreement, and in the meantime all hells breaking lose. In this time of dire circumstances we don’t need someone who has to learn how to govern. Be honest, if it was peace time and the flowers were in bloom, and all we had to worry about was the deficit, I’d say fine. Elect Trump and lets have some fun. But if all goes pear shape as it looks like it’s going to, we need a real leader in the White House. A real Conservative. Not a convert, not a wishy washy Republican today, Democrat tomorrow. We need someone whose always been a conservative from his head to his toes.

Those of us who believe in the founding principles of the country are currently not represented in our government. We don’t have a voice, let alone a platform, when it comes to actual public policy and war. We sell lots of books. We sellout lots of conferences. But we don’t actually influence/advance public policy constitutionally one iota.

There is progressive party A called Democrats, and they are statist/Marxist. And then there is progressive party B called Republicans, and they are corporatist shills. That’s your gubment, folks.

Now, there are certainly some good, God-fearing patriots within the GOP, but NONE ON THEM are currently in positions of leadership to truly effect change. In fact, for reasons known only to God, some of these God-fearing patriots have gone out of their way to help keep these corporatist shills in charge of this party by endorsing them in primaries. And siding with them repeatedly over the grassroots when we try to fight back. (Rand Paul supporting McConnell.)

We don’t have years to work people through the system. The clock is ticking on American Exceptionalism. Besides, the system is too corrupt and doesn’t work. Even when we win, like last Nov. it immediately sets out to conspire against us. We need someone that is a proven fighter–NOW__in a CEO position that supersedes the system to actually represent our viewpoint in Washington, where power is truly exercised.

That’s the main reason I’m supporting Ted Cruz for president.

Let me be blunt. It doesn’t matter how well someone does in the Bible quiz bowl, or how much they loved Reagan and everything Buckley wrote and said. if they don’t understand the enemy s within the gates, and until that enemy is defeated we cannot truly take on the Left, they are as useful as mammary glands on a bull. Now the good thing is my candidate also has a 96% Liberty Score at Conservative Review, so I get the worldview too. But the battle, my friends is in Washington.

The average GOP primary voter recognizes this, which is why we’ve already seen two GOP governors with excellent state records — Perry and Walker–eliminated from the process. Now it comes down to the so-called “outsiders.” Well, give me the one who has proven time and time again he runs to the battle where it is hottest. Who is only in elected office because the grassroots defied the GOP cronysists to get him there, so not only does he owe them nothing but he has every incentive to turnover their money changers. Who has taken on every fight on our behalf we have asked him to, and continues to as you’ve seen in the video I shared yesterday, you have to say it’s Cruz.

Cruz is doing all the stuff we’ve ever wanted a candidate to do. Now it’s up to us as a movement to hold up our end of the bargain and support him. Like and share this, please, if you agree.

And why you’re sharing this with others, ask yourself, what was the last battle that you remember Trump or Carson, or Carly or any of the candidates now running, fighting? Were they out on the front line fighting the good fight before they decided to run. We’re they standing in front of the camera’s, going on TV news shows, holding rallies, before they decided to run? If not, why not and why if not do they deserve to be elected? Because they talk a good show? Sound tough when they’ve got nothing to lose and the camera’s running? Cruz has been black listed by his colleagues because he had the guts to call them out on the Senate floor.

Trump thinks Russia is fighting ISIS. Of course he isn’t, he’s fighting the Syrian liberation army out to destroy Assad. Conservatism has to be nurtured, it has to grow inside you till you feel it, till you can identify another conservative merely by how the talk. How the think, how they live. It’s not something you just decide to be and then expect to be awarded with the Presidency. And actually that’s what these late coming are saying. I believe now, I’m a conservative now, so I deserve. I thought that was a Progressives view point.

Isn’t that what we wanted? Isn’t that what we hoped would happen in the house when Boehner left. (Sadly it isn’t and it will be the same old same old) But at least Cruz fights. And to me, that’s half the battle. The others are just window dressing.

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Rand Say Cruz Is Done For–Really?

Today on the Senate floor Ted Cruz once again stood up to the leadership in the Senate. It’s clear that leadership wants nothing to do with him and will refuse whenever possible to forward anything with his name on it onto the floor for discussion. They think they’re hurting him. Instead, their just making us love him more. Rand Paul was one of the Senators that declare that “Ted Cruz is pretty much done for.”

According to Paul, “Ted has chosen to make this really personal and chosen to call people dishonest in leadership and call them names which really goes against the decorum and also against the rules of the Senate.” Personally, at this point I could care less about the decorum of the Senate. America’s going to hell in a hand basket and he’s worried about the decorum of the Senate. Give me a break. It was McCain who stood on the Senate floor and called Ted a wacko bird.

Amanda Carpenter, who worded for Cruz in the Senate, responded on  twitter:

The shorter way of reading Rand’s comments about Cruz is: Cruz refused to kiss Mitch’s ring. And Mitch is vindictive. Everyone knows it. This is why McConnell will never be a successful leader. He cares more about his personal power than conservative victory. Ted Cruz is exposing McConnell’s tactics and that’s a net good for the conservatives period. Jim DeMint did the same and helped bring in Rand, Lee, Cruz, Rubio. We must fight the power and Cruz is doing that.”

This takes just under an hour to listen to but if you want to know how the senate works and how dysfunctional it is, this is great. Cruz also ask the question that we’re all asking. How can any rep. vote to fund PP. It’s why this guy should be President. It’s one of his best.

Speaking of PP, the complete video is out on the killing of that child while his heart was still beating. It actually shows the baby being born, the cord being cut, the little guy kicking and moving around and then they cut his face open to get to the brain. If you have a weak stomach please don’t watch it. It will stay with you for a very long time. I keep thinking about what the Lord said about hurting children. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere near these people when it’s time for them to explain why they did it. Somehow I don’t the the Lord is going to be very forgiving.

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Rubio the Misrepresenter

Well isn’t this just something. First tree in the forest to fall is John the teary-eyed Boehner, and now it seems the woodsmen are chopping away at the lower branches of Mitch the defeatist McConnell. Oh my! What can the matter be? And while we’re chopping, we might want to take a look at how this will effect (according to FOX News) the up and coming pretty boy Mark Rubio.

Who do I say this?  First, because there is a growing anti-establishment groundswell taking place and Sen. Rubio has twice fearlessly ignored voters and risked his political career to advance the goals of Mitch McConnell. Both Boehner and Cantor’s demise were closely tied to a blue-collar voter insurgency connected to trade and immigration. These are two issues where Rep. leadership has sided with its party’s donors over its base.

Cantor was largely taken down due to his support for Rubio’s plan to grant amnesty to illegal minors or Dreamers. Rubio’s two notable accomplishments are closely tied to McConnell’s agenda. McConnell made clear to Graham and McCain that Rubio’s participation would be critical to winning conservative support…Graham and McCain initially attempted to recruit conservative Sen. Mike Lee but he declined to endorse a path to citizenship for illegals.

Countless reports have confirmed that it was Rubio’s job to launch a “charm offensive” that would sell conservatives on Obama’s immigration agenda. Bob Melendez told the The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza that it was Rubio’s role to work over the conservative universe, particularly the conservative opinion-maker universe, in order to “neutralize them” and in some cases, “proselytize them.” (Doesn’t that make you want to vote for this guy?)

McConnell created the very circumstances that Rubio took on as “salesman” and to make innumerable misrepresentations about his immigration expansion bill–misrepresentations, which to this day Rubio has never retracted. 

Perhaps the crux of our frustration with Republican leadership is the palpable anxiety amongst we Republican voters that, with each passing year our ability to control our own affairs, protect our communities, and maintain our schools is being taken from us. We feel we’re losing the right to have our children educated as we see fit, and we see the Party growing fat and powerful with our tax money.

Only days before Boehner’s resignation announcement, Rubio seemed to defend Boehner and McConnell–arguing that Republican voters were expecting too much when they sent their elected officials to Washington to represent them. Is that what will happen if he’s elected?

“Expectations were raised unnecessarily high,” Rubio said in an interview with Bret Baier. “The idea that you would win the Senate, control the agenda never was true,” he said. “You need a president. It’s one of the main reasons why I decided to run.”

Is this really the guy we want in the White House. If leadership would use the power of the purse we would control the agenda. If leadership would get out onto the airwaves and explain what we are trying to do for the country and why, we’d have control of the agenda. They never wanted to fulfill any of the promises they made unless they were made to Obama.

If Rubio was willing to do a slight of hand to get the thing passed, if he was willing to make innumerable misrepresentations about immigration, what else would he use those methods for when he’s trying to sell us something? What other things would he misrepresent? I think we’ve had enough of that sort of politics don’t you?

One more point on Rubio. He said he was leaving the senate. So now he’s a quitter. He’s giving up a Rep. seat that very easily could go Dem. and leaves the voters with no voice because he wants to run for President in a field of 17. What kind of man quits his job with 4 kids in private school? Obviously, the man who has assurances.

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So-Long Pope

What I’m going to say might anger some of you. You might even decide you don’t want to read the blog anymore, but this isn’t a college campus and I’m not about to start having trigger free zones and safe rooms notifications before I say how I fell about a matter.

I am glad the Pope has finally gone home. Now perhaps the media can come back down to earth. My favorite Pope was John Paul II. He was a man who understood the world. Not one that thinks he does. As a non-Catholic I believe the Pope did several things that I found rather insulting. The first was inviting a Muslim to be part of the inter-faith service at the World Trade Towers memorial. To me it was like inviting a Nazi to say a prayer in from of a concentration camp. And yes, I know he kissed a lot of children and that’s all will and good but it’s what he’s pushing that gets a little dicey.

I also thought his saying the the Koran was a book of peace and Islam a peaceful religion was almost blasphemous. How does the Pope reconcile all the Christians that this so called peaceful religion murdered, or the women and children they’ve raped and abused. Islam is one of the most violent religions in the world.

Oh, but they’re not all like that you say… Really? You don’t have to be a radical to  commit an honor killing. You don’t have to be a radical to beat your wife. You don’t have to be a radical to abuse Jews and non-Muslims. You just have to believe in the Koran.

On top of this the Pope tells immigrants not to be discouraged or ashamed, and not to forget their traditions in a new land. Really? I thought the idea was to come to a new country and assimilate. To become a part of the country you moved to. And if you came illegally, you should be ashamed. He kept telling us we should welcome the immigrants fleeing the middle east. Really? How many has he invited to live in the vatican? How many will he have to pay taxes to support. How many will he give jobs to? Have you seen what their doing to Europe.

Is this what we should be welcoming into our country. In a recent poll of U.S. Muslims it’s been discovered that a majority (51%) agreed that “Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to shariah.” When that question was asked of a broader U.S. population, the overwhelming majority held that shariah should not displace the U.S. Constitution (86% to 2%)

More that half (51%) of U.S. Muslims polled also believe either that they should have the choice of American or shariah courts, or that they should have their own tribunals to apply shariah. These notions were powerful rejected by the broader population. Even more troubling, is the fact that nearly a quarter of Muslims polled believed that , “it is legitimate to use violence to punish those who give offense to Islam by, for example, portraying the prophet Mohammed.” 

Nearly one-fifth of Muslim respondents said that the use of violence in the U.S. is justified in order to make shariah the law of the land in this country. 

The Poll was conducted by the Center for Security Policy.

Yep that’s a great idea. Don’t forget the traditions of your homeland. What happens if they decide it’s your traditions they don’t want? Are we really to just allow these people into our mist and except the fact that now that their here, we must do what suits them?

I’ll have more on this tomorrow. Especially whats happening in Europe.

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