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VIDEO: VETERANS CHASE AWAY FLAG BURNERS DURING HEATED CONFRONTATION

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Originally posted on Christian Patriots:

Leftists claim stars and stripes represents “white supremacy”

Leftists claim stars and stripes represents “white supremacy”

Disarm NYPD protesters, an arm of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement, announced their plans to burn the flag in Fort Greene Park on Facebook earlier this week, but they were met by a group of around 100 veterans, bikers and other flag supporters.

The leftist group tried to burn Old Glory and the Confederate flag but were confronted by veterans as scuffles broke out. No arrests were made during the incident.

The flag burners wanted to draw attention to “structurally racism” and “white supremacy,” but black pro-flag demonstrators were amongst those who showed up to voice their opposition.

“I’m here to make sure there’s a flag still standing at the end of the day,” 13-year Army vet Mark Brummitttold the New York Daily News. “All throughout history it’s been the last flag…

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Doctor Accused Of Medicare Fraud Gave $450K To Democrats

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This is from American Action News.

I can see this case getting swept under the rug because of the $450,000+ donation to the DemocRats.

A cardiologist in Florida who has donated more than $450,000 to Democrats has been suspended from receiving Medicare reimbursement payments over “credible allegations of fraud” after reimbursements as far back as 2012 came under scrutiny.

Dr. Asad Qamar, a cardiologist based out of Ocala, Fla., was officially suspended from participating in the program in March, though the suspension was only recently made public.

In January, the government intervened in a lawsuit against Qamar filed by whistleblowers who alleged the doctor had defrauded the government.

According to the Department of Justice, Qamar performed “excessive and medically unnecessary peripheral artery interventional services and affiliated procedures on Medicare patients.”

Additionally, one lawsuit further alleges that the doctor “induced patients to undergo those unnecessary procedures by routinely waiving the 20 percent Medicare copayment, regardless of the patients’ financial need.”

Qamar’s practice, the Institute for Cardiovascular Excellence, was paid $18.2 million from Medicare in 2012, making him the second largest recipient of Medicare reimbursements in the nation that year and by far the largest recipient among cardiology practices in the United States.

By way of comparison, a total of 880,664 health care practitioners billed Medicare in 2012 and received an average reimbursement of $87,883. Source: Washington Free Beacon –

See more at: http://americanactionnews.com/articles/doctor-accused-of-medicare-fraud-donated-450k-to-democrats#sthash.NlUI9TVY.dpuf

 

 

17-Year-Old Shoots Intruder who Broke into Grandfather’s House

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This is from the Last Resistance.

How long before a family member starts whining to the media on how a good person Regan Quade is?

 

This 77-year-old Florida grandfather Robert Shuster hadn’t ever locked his doors in the 30 years he had lived in his current house. That’s all changing now that he had some kid walk in through his front door in the middle of the night around 2 a.m. At first he and his wife thought it was his grandson, but then they realized it was someone he didn’t recognize. He ordered his 17-year-old grandson Neal to get his 9mm handgun.

When he returned armed, Neal instructed the intruder to get out or get shot. Instead of backing away and leaving the house, the intruder, identified as 21-year-old Reagan Quade, decided it would be worthwhile to become aggressive. When he grabbed Neal’s arm, the older man told him to shoot the intruder. Neal shot him in the stomach, and the wounded suspect fell to the floor.

He’s now being treated in the hospital where he’s expected to recover. When he does recover, he’ll be charged with burglary. WESH Orlando reported:

An Orlando teen is being called a hero after shooting an intruder in his grandparents’ home, according to police.

Investigators said Reagan Quade, 21, burst through the Shuster family’s door Sunday morning.

“I just heard the door slam shut at 2 a.m. and I knew that wasn’t right,” said 17-year-old Neal Shuster.

Neal Shuster’s wheelchair-bound grandmother, Linda Shuster, said it took her a moment to realize what was happening.

“It dawned on me, that is not Neal. And neither of us could do anything to help,” she said.

Linda’s disabled husband, Robert Shuster, said he gave his grandson clear instructions on what to do when Quade allegedly charged at the teen.

“I said, ‘Neal, shoot him. Don’t let him hurt you,’” Robert Shuster said.

“He’s grabbing me, and my grandpa is yelling, ‘Shoot him.’ So I shot him,” Neal Shuster said.

The teen shot an unarmed Quade in the stomach and then called 911, police said.

Quade, who is expected to survive, was taken to a hospital and placed into a medically induced coma. He is charged with burglary.

“When someone comes in like that. You don’t know what to do,” Linda Shuster said. She and her husband believe that without their grandson the worst could have happened.

“I’m just glad he’s here,” Robert Shuster said.

Neal Shuster said he simply did what he needed to do.
Read more at http://lastresistance.com/12463/17-year-old-shoots-intruder-who-broke-into-grandfathers-house/#8cWkOyUtEbrisE7J.99

Kevin Jackson Debates the Removal of the Confederate Flag on Megyn Kelly Show

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This is from The Black Sphere. 

Kevin Jackson makes a good case to leave The Confederate Flag alone.

The Dippycrap spouts the party line and shows her ignorance.

 

How the Left used the shooting of nine people in a church to get rid of a Southern icon is amazing. It’s textbook Liberalism. Anybody who would allow such a thing to happen is a moron, at least according to The Black Sphere Executive Director Kevin Jackson.

Are we going to remove the history of everything the Left finds disturbing? If so, we would need to eradicate the history of the Democratic Party.

Kevin makes the case for leaving the Confederate flag alone, in this video:

https://social.newsinc.com/media/json/69017/29277070/singleVideoOG.html?videoId=29277070&type=VideoPlayer/16×9&widgetId=2&trackingGroup=69017

The Confederate flag should not scare anybody. The idea that Liberals (including some Republicans) would believe black people to be so weak as to be afraid of a flag is racist and patronizing.

Read more at http://theblacksphere.net/2015/07/kevin-jackson-debates-removal-confederate-flag-megyn-kelly/

10 Of The Dumbest Criminals In The World

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This is from ListVerse.

Stupid criminals mean job security for law enforcement, lawyers, judges and Correctional Officers.

 

Not everyone is suited for a life of crime. Some of us avoid it because we realize that it would be wrong to engage in illegal activities. Others prefer not to risk the consequences of getting caught. And then there is another special group—people who attempt a life of crime but really shouldn’t because they are just plain bad at it.

10 Deaf Robber Can’t Hear Alarm

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In August 1995, Klaus Schmidt tried to rob a bank in Berlin by walking in with a pistol and demanding money. So far, this is pretty standard for a bank heist. However, as the robbery progressed, the bank employees noticed that the criminal was acting rather strangely. At one point, one of them asked the robber if he needed a bag, and he replied, “You’re damn right it’s a real gun!” This made them realize that Schmidt had a noticeable handicap—he was deaf.

Taking advantage, one employee set off the alarm. Schmidt remained oblivious. Even while the incredibly loud alarm was going off and the police approached the bank, the robber remained calm and patient, occasionally spouting threats. When the police arrived, they quickly took the criminal into custody. However, Schmidt found a way to turn a negative into a positive—he tried to sue the bank for exploiting his disability.

9 Free Beer Catches 19 Criminals

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Simpsons fans will remember the beginning of the classic “Lisa the Skeptic” episode, in which Homer and a few other Springfield criminals fall for a police sting involving free motorboats. In 2011, Derbyshire police used a similar strategy by offering wanted criminals free beer.

The men received notices through undercover officers informing them that they’d won a crate of beer each. To collect, they needed to contact the company that ran the promotion.

Many were tempted by the prospect. Nineteen fugitives called the assigned number, setting up a time and place to collect their winnings. Tragically, there was no free beer when they turned up—just police officers ready to take them into custody.

8 Robber Gives Cashier His Phone Number

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In 2008, 18-year-old Ruben Zarate wanted to rob a muffler shop in Chicago. He entered the store armed with a gun and demanded money. But there was a problem—most of the money was in the safe, only the manager could open it, and the manager wasn’t in. Ruben decided that he would try again later. To save himself some time, he left his cell phone number with the store employees. That way, they could call him when the manager returned.

First, however, the employees called Chicago police. Police arrived and instructed the employees to call the robber, and Zarate returned to find officers waiting for him. They engaged in a brief shootout, and in the end, Zarate was arrested.

7 Robber Leaves Birth Certificate And Note From Mom

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Zarate broke a basic rule for any crook: Leave nothing behind that can identify you. Even a fingerprint or strand of hair can lead the police to a suspect. Sometimes, though, the criminal makes it almost too easy for the cops. Such was the case when a Boston robber snatched a woman’s wallet and left behind something that belonged to him—his birth certificate.

The man stole a wallet containing $40 in cash and the victim’s ID. However, during the struggle, he dropped two bags of his own. On the very top of one of them was his birth certificate, identifying him as Zachary Tentoni, a 26-year-old resident of Southington, Connecticut. As if that weren’t enough, the bag also contained a letter from the robber’s mother addressed to him.

Tentoni apparently realized his mistake because when police contacted him, he tried to pretend he was someone else. This was futile. The victimidentified him immediately.

6 The Getaway Donkey

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One of the most important aspects of a successful robbery is securing a good getaway vehicle. A fast car or maybe a motorcycle would make a good choice. You know what isn’t a good choice? A donkey.

That didn’t stop a gang of thieves from Colombia. Their crime spree started when they abducted Xavi, a 10-year-old donkey, from his owner. This happened 12 hours before the main robbery, so they had plenty of time to look for a car (or really anything but a donkey), but they decided to stick to the donkey plan.

The actual heist went pretty well. The three criminals robbed a convenience store, stealing food and rum. Then they loaded their goods onto the donkey and prepared to make their escape, but Xavi decided not to cooperate.

Up until this point, police were not even aware that a robbery had taken place, but Xavi started making so much noise that he attracted the attention of some nearby officers. The robbers fled on foot, leaving behind Xavi—along with, of course, all of the stolen goods loaded onto him.

5 Robbers Warn Target By Phone

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On March 23, 2010, Albert Bailey and an unnamed juvenile accomplice decided to rob a bank in Fairfield, Connecticut. To streamline the procedure, Bailey called the bank in advance to let them know that they were coming to rob it. The intention here was to give the bank plenty of time to get the money ready so that the two of them could just walk in, take the cash, and leave.

Minutes after the phone call, Bailey sent in his juvenile accomplice along with a note (to eliminate any confusion, perhaps in case the bank was also waiting for a different robber). Meanwhile, a bank employee had the police on the phone and updated them about everything that was happening.

The robbers had demanded $100,000, but they settled for a lot less ($99,100 less, to be exact). They then walked out into the arms of police, who arrested both of them immediately without incident. They were charged with first-degree robbery and threatening in the first degree, and Bailey faced up to nine years in prison.

4 Carjacker Can’t Drive Stick

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On a sunny March day in Omaha, Nebraska, Melissa Peters was getting ready to take her son to school. She was heading for her car when she found a gun pointing at her face, courtesy of 17-year-old Mganga Mganga. He had little interest in the mother or her child, who fled quickly. Instead, he simply entered the vehicle to steal it. There was only one problem—the car had a manual transmission, something with which Mganga was unfamiliar.

What followed was a scene straight out of Mr. Bean as Mganga turned on the lights and the windshield wipers trying to make his escape. A neighbor called the police. It took them about eight minutes to arrive and find an empty carsliding gently into the neighbor’s yard, knocking over the fence.

After several minutes of failing to move the car more than a few yards, Mganga had decided to make a run for it. Police officers went after him on foot (probably out of a desire to make things fair) and had no problem catching up to him a few blocks away. At least he avoided a weapons charge, as the gun he used turned out to be fake.

3 Burglar Crashes A Home Full Of Police

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One of the keys to a successful burglary is to find the right target. A really perfect house would be full of valuables with no people inside. The next best thing would probably be a home where the residents are sleeping. Now, on the opposite side of the spectrum, try to imagine what would make the worst target. How about a house full of police officers? That’s what Darren Kimpton of Abington, Northampton chose.

The home he selected had already been burgled earlier that night. The owner had called the police, and officers were on the scene investigating the previous burglary when Kimpton broke in. He tried to make a run for it but was captured after a brief struggle.

That wasn’t Kimpton’s first unsuccessful burglary attempt of the day. He’d previously tried to break into a nearby house but failed to do so. He did, however, manage to break some glass, cut himself, and leave blood at the scene, so cops easily linked the crime to him.

2 Robber Gives His Gun Away

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Grand larceny is quite the stressful endeavor, so robbers are bound to make mistakes. It gets even tougher when you set your sights on a prominent target such as the Halifax Bank in London. This particular robber probably should have aimed a little lower.

He entered the bank with a gun in one hand and a bag in the other. He demanded that the cashier give him £700,000 in cash. So far, so good.

Next, he planned to hand over his bag, so the teller could fill it with money. Instead, he got mixed up a little and gave the gun. A brief pause followed. It took the robber a few seconds to realize his mistake. The teller, too, was understandably confused.

The robber tried to grab his gun back, but the bank worker had the presence of mind to back off and point it at him. Even so, the robber still managed to make a run for it. He didn’t go away empty-handed, as he pedaled off on abank employee’s bicycle.

1 The Worst Disguise Ever

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Photo credit: Dennis Hawkins

A good disguise obviously needs to hide your true identity. Furthermore, a good disguise needs to be inconspicuous so you can blend in with the crowd. The disguise chosen by Dennis Hawkins, a 48-year-old Pittsburgh man who decided to rob a bank, failed on both counts.

His disguise consisted of a woman’s blonde wig, a pair of fake breasts, and clown pants. The first problem was that the get-up revealed his face, which was captured on CCTV surveillance. You might guess that Mr. Hawkins wanted to fool people into thinking he was a woman. In that case, he should have considered getting rid of his mustache and goatee.

The second problem was that his disguise was not exactly inconspicuous. Right after police released a description to the public, a gas station attendant called to report someone sporting that unique look while trying to steal a car. And as if the man were not noticeable enough, when police arrived, they found Hawkins covered in red paint from a dye pack exploding in his face.

Post-robbery, he’d tried to mug a woman and get away in her car. She just ran off, taking the keys with her.

 

 

Irate City Councilman Flips Out in Front of Resident Gun Supporters: “Shut up! You’re not Recognized!”

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This is from the Last Resistance.

The people of Poughkeepsie, New York need to get a recall petition going and fire this arrogant prick. 

The city of Poughkeepsie, New York was considering an ordinance that would require all gun-owning residents to keep their firearms locked up at all times. As you would expect, the pro-gun community showed up in full force, much to the dismay of one Democrat councilman Joe Rich, from the 2nd Ward.

He accused these people of not wanting this local law to work. He told them that they were just afraid that it would work, and that other cities, even the state itself, may follow suit once everyone sees how much of a success it is. He also claimed that these gun supporters weren’t even residents of Poughkeepsie.

The Poughkeepsie Journal reported:

Councilman Joe Rich, D-2nd Ward, said he felt attacked at the City of Poughkeepsie Common Council meeting on June 15 by members from the Dutchess County chapter of the Shooter Committee On Political Education and supporters of the National Rifle Association, after SCOPE gave a presentation against the council’s proposed ordinance for mandatory storage of firearms. The proposal would require gun owners to lock up firearms in the City of Poughkeepsie.

I didn’t mean to lose my temper, but felt it was abusive for them to come there in large numbers, wearing their shirts,” Rich said. “They were accusing us of taking their second amendment rights. I got upset, so I stood up — I don’t have to be intimidated by outside organizations like that.”

Dutchess County SCOPE First Chair Jacqueline Emslie and Chapter President Christopher Zaleski gave a presentation during the meeting. Emslie, who is a gun owner and resident of the City of Poughkeepsie, said other SCOPE members from the City of Poughkeepsie were in attendance.

“We came to give information and present to the council, so they can make an informed decision if it does come up for a vote,” she said. “My whole goal was to give the council a resident gun owners’ perspective. This will have a negative effect on gun owners.”

So, it’s not like the NRA had bussed in hundreds of people from around the country to protest the ordinance. These people were Dutchess County residents (where Poughkeepsie resides), and many of them were city residents. I wonder how he’d feel if non-Poughkeepsie residents from Everytown for Gun Safety came in “wearing their shirts.” Would he have been equally irate that they were “outsiders” who were only trying to push their agenda?
Read more at http://lastresistance.com/12410/irate-city-councilman-flips-out-in-front-of-resident-gun-supporters-shut-up-youre-not-recognized/#F4gjd3dMK7PLTL5O.99

A mother’s hope ‘Russellville soldier missing in action since World War II’

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This is from War History OnLine.

How many mothers and grandmothers went to their graves, hoping their loved one would some day come home from World War II?

I know my grandmother, Elsie Walters went to her grave hoping her son P. F. C. Frank Walters would come home to her. 

As a boy growing up in rural Mid-Missouri in late 1920s, one might imagine the thoughts of a young Walter Lehman filled with the aspirations of someday becoming a brave soldier, inspired by the local World War I veterans with whom he came into contact.

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This photograph from the late 1920s or early 1930s shows Walter Lehman as a young boy. He left high school at Russellville, Mo., during his senior year to join the U.S. Army in World War II. Courtesy of Darlene Schubert

As the Second World War erupted several years later, Lehman himself donned the uniform of a soldier in the U.S. Army only to leave behind a family that would decades later remain uncertain of his fate.

“Grandma Lehman had all three boys—Fred, Walter and Richard—in the military at the same time,” said Russellville, Mo., resident Darlene Schubert, Lehman’s niece.

“I was always told that you couldn’t have all the sons in one family in the service at once, but she did,” Schubert added.

According to a newspaper clipping saved with several family effects, Lehman was born in Brazito in 1924 and attended school at Clarksburg, Mo., and later at Russellville, Mo.

“He quit school when he was a senior to go into the service,” Schubert recalled.

Morning reports available through a website dedicated to the division with whom Lehman served in World War II show the young soldier attached to Company L, 331st Infantry Regiment, 83rd Division as early as July 15, 1944. Five months later, Lehman’s service in a combat zone would encounter a somber shift.

Russellville soldier
PFC Walter Lehman went missing in action on December 14, 1944. Although his body was never recovered, he was later listed as killed in action and posthumously awarded a Bronze Star and Purple Heart medal. Courtesy of Darlene Schubert

After action reports (AAR) compiled by the headquarters company for the 331st Infantry go on to describe a large part of the regiment involved in offensive operations in locations near the towns of Gey and Berzbuir, Germany, on December 14, 1944.

In an appendix to the AAR containing a casualty listing, Lehman and two other soldiers were listed as missing in action, along with 63 wounded and eleven killed while participating in military activities that same date.

Two days later, on December 16, 1944, the German military began a major counter offensive recognized as the Battle of the Bulge, which resulted in an estimated 75,000 American casualties.

Lehman’s body was never recovered and though initial communication to his family classified the veteran as “missing in action,” a letter military authorities sent his mother in September 1945 stated the young soldier was “killed in action on the date he was previously reported missing …”

“He was really popular in school—a handsome guy and the girls chased him like he was a king or something,” Schubert grinned, recalling moments spent with her uncle many decades ago.

When Lehman’s brother Fred passed away, Schubert explained, his daughters placed a marker in Enloe Cemetery near Russellville, Mo., honoring the memory of their missing uncle. The veteran’s service is memorialized also on a tablet for the missing in the American Cemetery in Margraten, Netherlands.

“It really broke my heart when he left for the service … I didn’t want him to go,” Schubert said.

Despite the ongoing efforts of the Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) to locate and identify the remains of the more than 73,000 Americans still unaccounted for from World War II, Schubert affirms that her grandmother clung to the hope that she would one day be reunited with her long-absent son.

“They never found his dog tags or anything,” Schubert said. “Grandma went to her grave believing that some day he would come walking through her front door.”

For more information on the 83rd Infantry Division, please visit http://83rdinfdivdocs.org.

Jeremy P. Ämick writes on behalf of the Silver Star Families of America.

Jeremy P. Ämick
Public Affairs Officer
Silver Star Families of America
www.silverstarfamilies.org
Cell: (573) 230-7456

 

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