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Gene Autry – Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer 1949 The Pinafores

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I want to share The Rest Of The Story about Gene and Rudolph.

When presented with the song Gene at first said no as because he felt the song would fail.

But Gene’s wife kept insisting that he record Rudolph.

Gene finally said I will try it and went to the studio.

Gene got it right on the very first take.


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This is from Breitbarts Big Government.

To Eric The Lawless Holder I want to impart these words of wisdom.

Isaiah 5:20-21King James Version (KJV)

20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

21 Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!



On Thursday, US Attorney General Eric Holder announced a new interpretation of the Civil Rights Act meant to prevent employers from discriminating against people who claim the status of a transgendered person.

Holder announced in a memo that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which bars discrimination on the basis of sex, also applies to the transgendered.

“This important shift will ensure that the protections of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 are extended to those who suffer discrimination based on gender identity, including transgender status,” Holder said in the announcement. “This will help to foster fair and consistent treatment for all claimants. And it reaffirms the Justice Department’s commitment to protecting the civil rights of all Americans.”

The new interpretation of the law is aimed at giving the DOJ greater freedom in prosecuting people, businesses, and even government entities accused of discrimination.

While Holder’s memo clarified the DOJ’s position, most courts had already arrived at a similar interpretation in recent litigation.

The move was met with some criticism. After the announcement, Peter Sprigg, senior director for policy studies of the Family Research Council, criticized Holder, saying that the original intent of the 1964 Civil Rights Act most certainly did not cover transgendered people.

“Probably not one person thought they were passing a bill to protect men who wanted to become women or women who wanted to become men,” Sprigg said.

Why Should We Treat People Who Falsely Cry Racism With Kid Gloves?


This is from Town Hall.

Sadly, No one has the nerve to deal harshly with these race baiters.

We have strayed from the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr’s Dream as we are judging by race not by character.

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”Reverend Martin Luther King Jr

Since we’ve entered the Obama era, we’ve learned that the same America that elected a black President twice is supposedly a seething caldron of secret racism. Don’t like Obama? You must be racist. Don’t like Democrats? Definitely racist! So you’re opposed to Obamacare? Obviously racist. Sick of the IRS? Racist, racist, RACIST! Are you Republican? A Tea Partier? Just a plain old white guy? You’re a super racisty racist!!! We’re now even regularly hearing speculation that people are unknowingly racist, subconsciously racist or just racist by virtue of the fact that they somehow benefit from “white privilege.”

Here’s an alternative idea: 99% of the cries of racism today are made for political reasons by people who habitually cry racism every time they have a problem or alternatively, just by hypersensitive, coddled losers who are desperate to blame anyone but themselves for their own failures.

Just as an example, nobody wants to hear the poor put-upon First Lady of the United States complaining that she was discriminated against because someone asked for her help getting something off the shelf at Target. Similarly, someone asked her husband to go get some coffee because he was wearing a tuxedo and the person mistook him for a waiter? Boo freaking hoo. A lot of people get mistaken for store employees at some point in their life. I’ve been mistaken for a Wal-Mart employee – and despite the fact that I wasn’t wearing a blue smock with “How may I help you?” on it, it never occurred to me to blame it on racism. “That’s because you’re white!” No, it’s because I’m not an asshat who chalks up every minor inconvenience in my life to race.

Along similar lines, no one wants to hear a man worth almost 300 million dollars, like Floyd Mayweather, claiming he’d be worth a lot more if he were white. This is a guy who has made hundreds of millions of dollars punching people in the face for a living while he beats women in his off time and he’s complaining that he got a raw deal? What’s wrong with noting how ridiculous that sounds?

The same goes for Oprah Winfrey, Spike Lee, Whoopi Goldberg, Chris Rock, Jamie Foxx and dozens of other rich, spoiled, pampered brats who’ve been handed success on a silver platter. Apparently, they all think we should treat them like Rosa Parks because of some minor inconveniences in their life that may have tangentially involved race on the way to superstardom.

Of course, they’re all minor leaguers compared to professional race-baiters like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Toure, Eric Dyson, Melissa Harris-Perry, Eugene Robinson, Roland Martin, Ta-Nehisi Coates and the other boring mediocrities who have nothing to offer other than being shameless enough to call anything and everything racism for fun and profit. These people are despicable and they should have to go get real jobs instead of being given media platforms to smear innocent people for profit.

Then there are the hypersensitive among us, like Brittney Cooper.

On Friday, I was on the train to New York to do a teach-in on Ferguson at NYU. Beats headphones on, lost in thought, peering out the window, I suddenly saw a white hand shoving my work carry-on toward me. Startled, I looked up to see the hand belonged to a white guy, who was haphazardly handling my open bag, with my laptop perched just inside to make space for himself on the seat next to me.

That he wanted the seat on the now full train was not the problem. That he assumed the prerogative to place his hands on my bag, grab it, shove it at me, all while my computer was unsecured and peaking out, infuriated me. I said to him, “Never put your hands on my property.”

His reply: “Well, you should listen when I talk to you.” That line there, the command that when he, whoever he was, spoke, I should automatically listen encapsulates the breadth of the battle against racism we have to fight in this country.

Maybe the problem isn’t that he’s a racist; maybe it’s that Brittney Cooper is a selfish person who felt fully entitled to take up two seats on a crowded train and she didn’t like it when someone else called her on it.

Then there are the students at Oberlin who don’t think they should be able to receive less than a “C” in any class because they were out protesting Ferguson instead of studying. Gee, that sounds almost like they’re trying to assert some kind of BLACK PRIVILEGE, doesn’t it? But, that can’t be it because such a thing doesn’t exist. Apparently only “white privilege” does, which is why there are no white people who are on welfare, homeless, who get shot by cops or who are generally just failing at life in some other way and….oh wait, there are lots of white people like that. We just don’t treat their skin color as an acceptable excuse for their failures.

Anyway, the point isn’t that racism doesn’t exist because it certainly does. We could all bring up behavior that everyone from the most sensitive liberal to the most pragmatic conservative would agree is racism. The point also isn’t that “black Americans” have some kind of problem because people should be treated as individuals, not part of some nameless, faceless group. There are lots of black Americans who have no problem calling out real racism, but who don’t act as if every disagreement between a white man and a black man is a repeat of Selma, 1965.

The real point is that too many Americans have been enabling this bad behavior and that needs to stop.

Stop caring if you get called “racist” or not because quite frankly, the word doesn’t mean anything anymore. Hearing “racist” may mean that you’re a Republican, that you hold a political position someone disagrees with, that you’re white, that you’re having any kind of disagreement with a black person or that someone wants the conversation to stop for whatever reason. It’s like the “boy who cried wolf.” How many times do you come running without seeing a wolf before you go? “This is stupid, we shouldn’t do it anymore?” At what point do people stop freaking out when they’re branded as racist for no reason? The 10th? The 100th? The 1000th?

Furthermore, it’s time to stop treating Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the NAACP as spokesmen for black Americans because they’re not. They’re some of the biggest enemies conservative black Americans have and they’re all primarily interested in filling their pockets rather than helping anyone. Don’t meet with them. Don’t seek their approval. Don’t pretend like they’re disinterested observers, as opposed to race hustlers. In short, they’re not the kings of all black Americans; so don’t treat them that way.

Additionally, stop acting as if someone’s illogical “feeling” about whether something is racist or not is valid. For example, the whole idea that a cop shot Mike Brown because he was black, as opposed to because he was a thug who robbed a convenience store, attacked a cop and then charged him is just dumb and allowing it to go unchallenged has real repercussions. Stop rolling your eyes in private when people say these things and start rolling them in public.

We have to do that because realistically, since racism has already been forced to the farthest fringes of our society, we can’t expect the future to be significantly less racist than it is today. Maybe we can make some minor improvements at the margins, but what you’re looking at today is probably as good as it gets – and what do we have? People who think a guy moving their stuff on the bus is the equivalent of not being allowed to drink at a white water fountain. This is not a problem that will ever be fixed with “more sensitivity.” It’s a problem that will be fixed with more honesty and more reality. You don’t have to be rude or “fight fire with fire.” You don’t have to reel off black crime statistics for the last 30 years. We just have to stop letting the most hypersensitive among us decide what’s acceptable and what isn’t in American society. It doesn’t matter what color we are, we’re all just people and it’s time we start acting like it.

NYPD Shooter Ismaaiyl Brinsley A Member Of (BGF) Black Guerilla Family?

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Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

Published on Dec 21, 2014
Police believe New York City cop killer ismaaiyl brinsley was a member of the Black Guerrilla Family: Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, shot two cops dead as they sat in a patrol car in Bedford-Stuyvesant to avenge the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. He also shot his former girlfriend at her home in the Baltimore area on Saturday morning, police said. Law enforcement sources said the NYPD has dispatched investigators to Baltimore to probe Brinsley’s past and suspected involvement with the Black Guerrilla Family prison gang. The cold-blooded cop-hater who gunned down two police officers in Brooklyn on Saturday is suspected of being a member of a notorious prison gang that has declared open season on the NYPD.

Detectives were headed to Baltimore on Saturday night to probe Ismaaiyl Brinsley’s ties to the Black Guerrilla Family, sources told the Daily News.

One source said Baltimore…

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White House Says Courts have NO Power to Review Obama’s Decision-Making

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This is from Godfather Politics.

Sadly, Obama is so close to being right because not one judge or member of Congress has offered any major resistance to his actions.

As they are afraid because he is black they will be labeled as a racist.

Well Damn It we are talking about trashing the Constitution and wrecking America it is time to take a stand.


Never before in the history of our nation have we been in the severe constitutional crisis as we face today. Thanks to liberal public education and even more liberal mainstream media, few Americans are aware of it or if they are they just don’t care.

Over the past six years, Obama has repeatedly taken it upon himself to decide what laws he would enforce and what ones he doesn’t want enforced. The first ones that come to mind are the Defense of Marriage Act and immigration laws.

Then there are other laws that Obama decided to alter and change on his own. This would include immigration laws and the Affordable Care Act to name just a few.

The drafters of the US Constitution purposefully wrote it to keep law making powers out of the hands of the President. Those powers were reserved for Congress who was supposed to do the will of the people, but we know that doesn’t happen anymore either.

The drafters of the US Constitution also established a federal judiciary to help protect the Constitution. Their duties were to make sure that no American citizens violated the Constitution, Bill of Rights or federal laws. They were also charged with making sure that the other two branches of the federal government, legislative and executive, operate within the confines of the Constitution and federal laws.

However, the White House is now saying that Barack Obama is not only above the law, above the Constitution, above Congress and now above the federal courts.

Judge Arthur J. Schwab of the Western District of Pennsylvania heard a case involving the delayed deportation of an illegal immigrant. In his ruling, Schwab stated that Obama has some discretion in how to enforce laws, which I strongly disagree with. There is nothing in the Constitution that gives enforcement discretion to anyone, especially the occupant of the White House.

Schwab went on to say:

“President Obama’s unilateral legislative action violates the separation of powers provided for in the United States Constitution as well as the Take Care Clause, and therefore is unconstitutional.”

His ruling, although made in a single case, could be used as a precedent to argue against Obama’s memo that led DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson to delay the deportation of up to 20 million illegal aliens.

However, what I found alarming in this case was that attorney’s for the Obama administration argued that judges have no power to review a president’s decision-making. If judges don’t have the power to review a president’s decisions and he has some discretion in how to enforce laws and he is allowed to make law without Congress; then that equates to a dictatorship and America is once again ruled by a greedy self-serving tyrant like we were over 240 years ago. Perhaps it’s time for another revolution to take our country back and re-establish a true constitutional government.
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Wal-Mart, Amazon, K-Mart, Sears, told to stop selling toy guns (VIDEO)

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This is from Guns.com.

Liberal holophobia at its finest.

This insanity accomplishes nothing.


One of the toy guns prohibited under New York state law. (Photo: New York Attorney General's Office)

One of the toy guns prohibited under New York state law. (Photo: New York Attorney General’s Office)


Several major retail stores are under the gun over some of the toys they’re illegally selling in New York, officials announced Thursday.

The state’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, sent cease and desist letters to Wal-Mart, Amazon.com, K-Mart, Sears and ToyArsenal.com telling the retailers the toy guns they’re selling online to New Yorkers are too realistic.

According to state law, toy guns are prohibited if they come in realistic colors like black, blue, silver or aluminum, unless a non-removable, one-inch-wide orange strip runs down both sides and the front end of the barrel, the attorney general’s office said.

“When toy guns are mistaken for real guns there can be tragic consequences,” Schneiderman said.

An investigation into the toy gun sales revealed that at least one store, a K-Mart in suburban Rochester, sold the banned toys on premises.

Wal-Mart has already been court-ordered to stop selling the contraband in-store after an earlier state investigation found it was doing so, but online sales continued. A spokesperson for the mega-chain told CBS2 that the company will work with the attorney general to make sure it is in compliance.

The guns — some of which were advertised as “realistic looking” — range in price from just $10 to several hundred dollars and easily attainable through the stores’ websites.

Schneiderman’s office said that since 1997 there have been four people killed and one child seriously wounded after police mistook their toy guns for the real thing.

NBC News reported two of the stores issued formal apologies:

“Once this matter was brought to our attention we placed a shipping block on our website to prevent the mentioned items from being sent to the state of New York. We’re also confident that measures are in place to prevent these items from being sold at our New York stores,” Wal-Mart said in a statement.

“The safety of our customers is a top priority. We are in the process of immediately removing any non-compliant toy guns that are offered for sale by Sears or Kmart to New York consumers. We will fully cooperate with the New York Attorney General in its investigation,” Sears said in a statement.



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