How Washington, D.C. Has Become a Modern Day Nazi Regime


H/T Eagle Rising.

This makes you stop and think.


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If the 2016 Presidential elections taught us anything, it is the fact that we are no longer are represented by elected officials from the Oval Office down, but ruled over by individuals appointed by the corrupt government. From day one of the Presidential primaries, we have witnessed Hillary Clinton cheat her way to wins that obviously would have gone to Bernie Sanders if we had a fair system of electing people to office.

From Iowa to California, the fix was in for Hillary at the ballot box and by those who make up the electoral college institution who actually select a president.

On the other side of the imaginary political isle, we have Donald Trump, whose campaign has been under attack from the beginning, by the Democrats, as expected, but also by those of his own Republican party. Through sheer popularity by the people of the US alone, Trump was selected as the official Republican Presidential candidate.

Before the Presidential primaries even began, the government controlled media pushed false poll numbers showing Jeb Bush to be the most popular Republican candidate. When everyone realized this could not be possible since no one anyone knew liked Bush, they pushed Rubio, Cruz, and Kasich as the most popular until their greatest fear of a Trump win became a reality. Even after getting nominated for President at the RNC, many in the Republican party are still attempting to oust Trump, trying everything in the book from contingency plans, in case he drops out, to using the media to distort poll numbers to show him dropping in popularity.

What the election process this year shows us is we are under the rule of a neo-Nazi dictatorship in Washington that views Donald Trump as the individual who will put an end to their rule and their vision of a New World Order. The very fact that both Republicans and Democrats oppose Trump shows that political party boundaries no longer exist and an overall agenda by all in office is fact today. Hillary Clinton is the Dictatorship’s last hope to remain in power and they have done everything they can to see that she cheats her way to the White House.

From a point of view by law, Hillary Clinton is the dirtiest to ever come down the pike. Both Hillary and Obama are responsible for American deaths in Benghazi, the formation of ISIS via weapons running to terrorist groups in Syria, the deaths of everyone who was scheduled to testify against her, and supplying weapons to Central American and South American drug cartels namely, Fast and Furious.

Hillary Clinton was let off the hook for mishandling classified material when she used her own private e-mail server for such sensitive information.

Just how many of us would still be free if we exposed classified material via our private Hotmail accounts? The answer is no one. As it is, we are a nation of laws that only pertain to what the elite know as peons, not those in power.

Today, we have a corrupt government covering for Hillary, primarily because if she were to be prosecuted, Obama himself and much of Washington would also be charged with high crimes.

Thus, what we have to look forward to in November is absolutely the dirtiest election ever held in the United States. We will have massive voter fraud in the form of illegal aliens being allowed to vote, dead people, individuals voting multiple times, and Felons voting. This is so because the Federal Appeals Court tossed out the Texas voter ID law, and if it is illegal for Texas to require a picture ID to vote, it will be everywhere else also.

Not only has the Dictatorship in Washington made these voting cheats legal for a Hillary win, we also have the inevitable manipulation of the numbers at the ballot box. Since much of the country uses electronic ballots, finagling the votes to favor a much less popular candidate will be very easy. Since the Bush family either owns or has financial ties with all companies who own our electronic balloting computers the fix will be in for Hillary, since she is the last hope for the Dictatorship to remain in power.

Go back to George H. W. Bush’s speech about his vision of a New World Order on 9-11-90




From that day forward, the Nazi dictatorship took hold in Washington and has continued to the present Obama Administration.

Interestingly enough, it was the events of 9-11-01, under George W. Bush that made a Dictatorship possible, raising the fear level of the population high enough to accept the destruction of the constitution.

The Bush Nazi ties go way back to getting Adolf Hitler in power in Germany with George H. W. Bush’s father Prescott Sheldon Bush financing the formation and continuence of the Nazi party.

So, what we have in Washington is a modern day Nazi regime, out to hand select one of their dirtiest, most corrupt members yet in Hillary Clinton.

The 2016 general election is our last chance for a peaceful restoration of constitutional America. If we fail and they keep power, a Civil War will take place.

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Teacher who suffers from fear of children files claim under Americans With Disabilities Act

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This is from Liberty UnYielding.

When George H. W. Bush signed this bill into law, I said it would open the door for abuse and it is a bad law.

I have been proven right many times since this law was signed.

Thankfully the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Ohio rejected the attempt by  Maria Waltherr-Willard to line her pockets using this bad law.


Maria Waltherr-Willard


A person with pedophobia, a fear of young children, suing the school that employed her is akin to a child who murders his parents, then throws himself on the mercy of the courts on the grounds that he is an orphan.

Granted, the case of Maria Waltherr-Willard, a foreign-language teacher, is somewhat more complicated than that. According to Cincinnati ABC affiliate KVUE, Waltherr-Willard was initially hired to teach high school-level French in Cincinnati’s Mariemont district. But in 2009, the district shifted its French course online and Waltherr-Willard was transferred to a middle school. She taught there six months and then retired after her request to be reassigned to the high school was rejected.

That is when her disability entered the picture. Waltherr-Willard, who argued that her illness should have prevented the district from transferring in the first place, sued. But the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Ohio, however, rejected her disability claim, ruling that the Americans With Disabilities Act “requires an employer to accommodate a disabled employee, but it does not require unreasonable accommodations.”

The ADA does not require employers to create new jobs, the judge added.

The court also threw out her age-discrimination claim.


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This is from Breitbarts Big Government.

While I held my nose and voted for Mitt Romney in 2012 I Will Never Do It Again!!

Romney is a Northeast Liberal and a political loser.



Mitt Romney loyalists are trying to gin up the narrative that Republicans just can’t get enough of Romney.

“Democrats don’t want to be associated with Barack Obama right now, but Republicans are dying to be associated with Mitt Romney,” Spencer Zwick, “a longtime Romney confidant who chaired his national finance council,” claimed to the Washington Post. The Chamber of Commerce, which has vowed to wage war on the Tea Party and push through amnesty legislation, glowingly praised Romney, alleging he would be in a “commanding position” if he entered the 2016 race.

Romney is reportedly set to make trips to West Virginia, North Carolina, Arkansas, Colorado, and Virginia to campaign for Republicans. Yet besides the media, most of the people clamoring for another Romney “comeback” are his loyalists and closest advisers, who defied all statistical models to lose an election many thought should never have been lost.

In a July article for Politico Magazine, Emil Henry, who “served in multiple roles in the 2012 campaign, including adviser to the economic team, television surrogate and fundraiser,” laughingly alleged that “Romney is re-emerging as the de facto leader of the Republican Party.”

Henry claimed that Romney could make a comeback like Nixon, apparently missing that Nixon appealed to cloth-coat conservatives, while Romney, as his father did, represents to many the mink-coat, Rockefeller wing of the GOP which conservatives have been battling since the 1950s. Establishment candidates like Romney traditionally lose (Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush in 1992, Bob Dole, John McCain) – unless they are lucky enough to win “Reagan’s third term,” which advisers like Roger Ailes and Jim Pinkerton understood rallies blue-collar Americans (George H.W. Bush in 1988). Bush was also lucky in 1988 to face an opponent like Michael Dukakis, another Massachusetts governor who gave a scholarly, Romney-esque answer when CNN’s Bernard Shaw asked him if Dukakis would want the death penalty for someone who “murdered and raped” his wife.

Others alleging that Romney is “poised for a comeback” have quickly forgotten how Romney made President Barack Obama, one of the most elitist and crony capitalist presidents in recent memory, seem like a common man who cared about average Americans when compared to him.

Henry, in Politico Magazine, also tried to assert that Romney is “not a career politician,” but didn’t note that Romney can only claim that because he lost his Senate race to Ted Kennedy, the GOP presidential nomination in 2008, and the presidential race in 2012. Perhaps Romney is an “attempted career politician.” Moreover, Romney’s waffling on a myriad of issues ranging from health care, abortion, his support for Ronald Reagan, and his primary state of residence is the characteristic that defines him and career politicians like John Kerry, Al Gore, and Hillary Clinton.

In 2012, Romney did not excite the conservative base, turned off working-class voters who believed he did not care about their concerns, and lost minority voters by huge landslides. He wasn’t even good at the inside-the-beltway game – he actually thought Donna Brazile was Gwen Ifill.

Republicans need blue-collar Reagan Democrats and more minorities to win presidential elections. Romney – and his loyalists – disastrously proved in 2012 that he can attract neither, and there is no indication Romney would be able to do so in 2016.


When Bushies blew a CIA cover, it was ‘treason’; now, it’s a mistake

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This is from The Washington Examiner.

It is really a no brainer Republican outs a CIA operative it is called treason.

When DemocRats do the same thing it is called a terrible mistake.



Valerie Plame doesn’t deny that blowing the cover of the CIA station chief in Afghanistan is a serious matter. It’s just that, discussing the issue at a Wednesday evening forum sponsored by The Atlantic, Plame seemed to view the outing of the CIA’s top spy on the front lines in the Afghan war as more of an embarrassment than an outrage.

“My understanding is it was a military aide who compiled this list of those that were greeting the president when he came,” Plame said. “Colossally stupid, but I think it was inadvertent. It was an error really stupid. The White House apparently has said that they’re going to do an investigation, and they’ll find someone who’s really embarrassed at the end of it.”

The leak, if that’s what it can be called, happened over the weekend as President Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan. In a routine email to the press, the administration included a name with the description “Chief of Station” after it — a clear reference to the ranking CIA official in Kabul. It’s hard to imagine a more sensitive assignment in a more dangerous place, and blowing the station chief’s cover — in an email to 6,000 reporters, no less — will surely have repercussions.

The White House quickly explained that a mistake had been made, but did not offer any details. Top officials announced that White House counsel Neil Eggleston, a veteran of many Washington investigations, will “look into” the matter. “It shouldn’t have happened,” deputy national security adviser Tony Blinken told CNN on Tuesday. “We’re trying to understand why it happened. In fact, the chief of staff, Denis McDonough, asked the White House counsel to look into it, to figure out what happened and to make sure it won’t happen again.”

Many observers seem satisfied with the White House’s explanation that the incident was just a regrettable error. And that is indeed what it appears to be. But such assessments represent a remarkable change in tone from the discussion several years ago, when the George W. Bushadministration leaked Valerie Plame’s identity as part of a bitter fight over the origin and direction of the Iraq war. Back then, it was quite common to hear the words “traitor” and “treason” used to describe top Bush officials involved in the controversy.

There’s no doubt the Bush officials deliberately revealed Plame’s CIA connection, if not her name, to the press. But the Plame leak could be characterized as inadvertent in one sense: the leakers, both in the State Department and the White House, did not know that Plame’s status at the CIA was classified when they mentioned her to reporters. That is why no one was ever charged with leaking her identity; they did not knowingly and deliberately reveal classified information. So in that sense it was all a mistake. Yes, it was inadvertent, colossally stupid, an embarrassment — but it was a mistake.

No matter. Pushed relentlessly by Democrats, the White House agreed to the appointment of a special prosecutor in the CIA leak case, which led to years of investigation — top Bush aide Karl Rove was called before a grand jury five times — and the conviction of former top Dick Cheney aide Scooter Libby on charges of perjury.

Now that a high-profile inadvertent leak is in the news again, perhaps it would be a good thing, just for memory’s sake, to go through some of the things that were said during the Plame affair.

The controversy was complicated. The short version of it is that there was a dispute over a claim by President George W. Bush in the 2003 State of the Union address to the effect that Iraq under Saddam Hussein had tried to buy nuclear material in Africa. In the course of that controversy, it was revealed that the year before, 2002, the CIA had sent a former ambassador to Africa to investigate the matter. After the State of the Union address, former ambassador, Joseph Wilson,published an op-ed in the New York Times alleging that the Bush administration had “twisted” the intelligence “to exaggerate the Iraqi threat.” Reaction inside the Bush White House could be summed up as: Who sent this guy to Africa? And why is he dumping on us in the pages of the New York Times?

The Bushies did a quick internal investigation and found that the CIA had sent Wilson on the recommendation of his wife, Valerie Plame, who was a CIA employee working at the agency’s Virginia headquarters. A controversy erupted and reached white-hot level when the leftist journalist David Corn suggested that Plame was working under covert status, and that the Bush administration had outed an undercover agent.

The accusation that Rove, or Libby, or others in the Bush White House — including the president himself — were “traitors” or had committed “treason” got its start in late September 2003, when Democrats dug up an old quote from George H. W. Bush, who was not only a former president and George W. Bush’s father, but a former CIA chief. In 1999, when the senior Bush attended a ceremony in which CIA headquarters was named for him, he said in his speech: “Even though I am a tranquil guy now at this stage of my life, I have nothing but contempt and anger for those who betray the trust by exposing the name of our sources. They are in my view the most insidious of traitors.”

The Washington Post published the quote in a story on September 29, 2003. By that night, it was repeated on cable TV, and the accusations of treason started flying. They would continue for years.

Plame’s husband, Joe Wilson, led the attack. “Scooter Libby is a traitor,” Wilson said on CNN in July 2007. But others went there, too — even high-ranking government officials. For example, when the Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg appeared on the now-defunct liberal talk radio network Air America — a hotbed of traitor talk — he was asked, “Karl Rove is guilty of treason, isn’t he?” Lautenberg’s answer was, “Yes, I think so.”

In October 2004, Terry McAuliffe, who was at the time chairman of the Democratic National Committee, demanded that Rove reveal his testimony before the grand jury so the public could learn “who in the White House committed treason by outing a CIA operative.”

No one will be surprised that Rachel Maddow, now an MSNBC host but back then on Air America, took part, too. “Is Karl Rove a traitor?” Maddow was asked on MSNBC in July, 2005. “I believe it,” she said.

Al Franken, now a Democratic senator from Minnesota but then also with Air America, made the treason accusation in a characteristic non-joking joking manner. “They wanted to smear the guy who came back with the report, and so they out his wife and said she sent him there,” Franken explained on “Late Night With David Letterman” in October 2005. “This is essentially — you know, George H.W. Bush, the president’s father, was the head of the CIA and he has said that outing a CIA agent is treason.”

“It is treason, yes,” said Letterman.

“And so basically, what it looks like is going to happen is that Libby and Karl Rove are going to be executed,” Franken said. When the crowd began to laugh, Franken added, “Yeah. And I don’t know how I feel about it because I’m basically against the death penalty

Libby was convicted of perjury in 2007. The president commuted Libby’s sentence but did not pardon him. Politics moved on, and memories of the Plame affair began to fade. But not all memories. In October 2010, Plame appeared with husband Joe Wilson on CNN. Anchor Wolf Blitzer asked them to react quickly to a few names. When Blitzer said “Dick Cheney,” Wilson said, “Traitor.” When Blitzer said “Scooter Libby,” Wilson said, “Traitor.” (Wilson did not pass judgment on the original leaker, the State Department’s Richard Armitage, who did not ‘fess up until after the controversy was over.)

Fast-forward a few years, and there has now been another leak of a CIA employee’s classified status. The circumstances are entirely different from the Plame case. But they are similar in the sense that the person doing the leaking, then and now, most likely did not know that he or she was revealing classified information. Was one an act treason and the other an embarrassing mistake?

That’s what Plame suggests. The new leak, she explained at The Atlantic gathering, “is not analogous, I would argue, to what happened to me because the crucial distinction being intent, right? My view of it is that there was retaliation for my husband, Joe Wilson, who was a fierce critic, I think it’s fair to say, of the Iraq war, the Bush administration. It was a warning shot —versus this, which was just foolish.”

There’s been no reaction, at least not yet, from the now-former chief of station in Afghanistan.

Record U.S. Gun Production as Obama ‘Demonized’ on Issue

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This is from Bloomberg News.

Barack Obama the gun salesman of the century.


U.S. gun makers led by Sturm Ruger & Co. and Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. (SWHC) churned out a record number of firearms in 2012, government data show, continuing a trend of robust production during Democratic presidencies.

More than 8.57 million guns were produced in 2012, up 31 percent from 6.54 million in 2011, according to data released this week by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which has been tracking the statistics since 1986.

Almost as many guns — 26.1 million — were produced during Democrat Barack Obama’s first term as president as during the entire eight-year presidency of his Republican predecessor, George W. Bush, the ATF data show.

Advocates on both sides of the gun-control debate said manufacturers were meeting demand fueled by concerns among gun owners that Democratic presidents are more willing to limit firearms sales than Republicans. After years of steering clear of the issue, Obama pressed unsuccessfully last year for stricter gun measures in the wake of the 2012 massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

The production boom has resulted in strong sales and profits for gun companies, including Sturm & Ruger and Smith & Wesson.

“Barack Obama is the stimulus package for the firearms industry,” said Dave Workman, senior editor of Gun Mag, a print and online publication of the 2nd Amendment Foundation, a gun-ownership rights group. “The greatest irony of the Obama administration is that the one industry that he may not have really liked to see healthy has become the healthiest industry in the United States.”

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Brian Malte, senior policy director of the Washington-based Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, said gun-rights groups “demonized” Obama during the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns, leading many gun owners to buy more firearms.

“We see the percentage of households owning guns declining,” he said, “and that indicates that those who already own guns are buying more of them.”

Other factors may also be driving gun demand, including Supreme Court decisions striking down gun restrictions, a spread of laws allowing people to carry concealed weapons and the increasingly popularity of sport shooting, said Mike Bazinet, spokesman for theNational Shooting Sports Foundation, a trade organization that represents gun and ammunition manufacturers.

“It defies any simple characterization,” he said.

A White House spokesman, Matt Lehrich, declined to comment.

The 2012 manufacturing figures were the most recent ones released by ATF as part of its annual Firearms Manufacturing and Export Report. Just 3.4 percent of the firearms covered in the 2012 data were exported.

Democratic Presidents

Obama isn’t the only Democratic president to see a spike in gun production. More than 33 million firearms were manufactured during Democrat Bill Clinton’s two terms, which was more than the 28 million produced during Bush’s presidency. Just over 16 million firearms were manufactured during Republican George H.W. Bush’s single term.

Clinton antagonized gun-rights groups by pressing for stricter gun control. He signed legislation mandating background checks on firearm purchases and a ban on assault weapons. The ban expired in 2004.

Obama largely avoided the debate during his first term and campaigns. He decided to back tougher firearms restrictions after 20 children and six adults were slain at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012 by a gunman wielding a semiautomatic rifle.

FBI Data

Those proposals, which would have blocked the sale and possession of more than 100 types of assault weapons and expanded background checks, stalled in Congress in April. Since then, the gun-buying fever has somewhat ebbed, according to FBI data on background checks.

Background checks for gun sales dipped in December and January versus the same months from a year earlier. Even so, the number of background checks conducted during those months were the second most for any December or January on record.

The FBI data, a proxy for sales figures, also indicate that the firearms industry enjoyed a solid 2013. More than 21 million background checks were conducted last year, up 7 percent from the 19.6 million in 2012, according to the FBI. Those figures are records and represent increases of at least 19 percent over the 16.45 million checks performed in 2011. Not every background check leads to a gun sale, and a single background check may be used for multiple purchases.

Strong Sales

Smith & Wesson, based in Springfield, Massachusetts, reported record sales of $588 million for the fiscal year that ended April 30, up 43 percent over 2012. Shares reached $14.99 on Jan. 10, the highest close since 2007. According to the ATF data, the company produced more than 1.1 million firearms in 2012, a 32 percent increase over 2011.

Sturm Ruger, the largest publicly traded gun maker, reported net sales of $506.4 million during the first nine months of 2013, a 45 percent jump from the same period in 2012. The company, based in Southport, Connecticut, said its profit was up 67 percent. It manufactured more than 1.6 million guns in 2012, nearly a 50 percent increase over 2011, according to ATF data.

Shares of Sturm Ruger rose 31 percent in the past year as of yesterday, compared with a 19 percent gain for the Standard & Poor’s 500 index. Spokesmen for both firearms makers did not respond to phone messages seeking comment.

During a conference call in November to discuss the third-quarter company’s results, Chief Executive Officer Michael Fifer pointed to the 2014 mid-term elections as a possible fresh catalyst for demand.

‘I’m sure the politicians will go at it on both sides and they’ll talk about guns and that’ll spur gun sales again,’’ Fifer said.

These Presidents Told Lies

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Hat Tip to Current Opinions of News.



We were attacked (in the Gulf of Tonkin)


I am not a crook

GHW Bush:

Read my lips – No new taxes


I did not have sex with that woman… Miss Lewinski

GW Bush:

Iraq has weapons of mass destruction

I will have the most transparent administration in history.
The stimulus will fund shovel-ready jobs.
I am focused like a laser on creating jobs.
The IRS is not targeting anyone.
It was a spontaneous riot about a movie.
If I had a son.
I will put an end to the type of politics that “breeds division, conflict and cynicism”.
You didn’t build that!
I will restore trust in Government.
The Cambridge cops acted stupidly.
The public will have 5 days to look at every bill that lands on my desk
It’s not my red line – it is the world’s red line.
Whistle blowers will be protected in my administration.
We got back every dime we used to rescue the banks and auto companies, with interest.
I am not spying on American citizens.
ObamaCare will be good for America
You can keep your family doctor.
Premiums will be lowered by $2500.
If you like it, you can keep your current healthcare plan
It’s just like shopping at Amazon
I knew nothing about “Fast and Furious” gunrunning to Mexican drug cartels
I knew nothing about IRS targeting conservative groups
I knew nothing about what happened in Benghazi
I never met my uncle from Kenya who is in the country illegally and who was arrested and told to leave the country more than 20 years ago.
And, I never lived with that uncle. (He finally admitted today, (12-05-2013) that he DID know his uncle and that he DID live with him.)

And the biggest one of all:
“I, Barrack Hussein Obama, pledge to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America.”

Now—who do you think is/was the biggest liar of them all?

The first black president. It is truly a shame the first black president has turned out to be the biggest crook, the biggest fraud, and the most unqualified ever to be sworn into the office of the POTUS (President Of The United States).

‘If we had the ammunition’

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This is from Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership.

The military trains the troops to handle tanks,Bradley fighting vehicles, fully automatic weapons

semiautomatic weapons and various  other weapons.

But Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush took away their weapons on bases stateside.


‘If We Had the Ammunition, We Could’ve Cleared that Building,’
Son at Navy Yard Told Dad

By Matt Vespa, September 17th, 2013
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Today, we celebrated Constitution Day, and Dan Joseph took to the streets to ask people how they felt about our founding document. He also asked people if there was anything they would change. In the wake of the horrific shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, one individual made an interesting point about yesterday’s mass shooting at the Navy Yard in the nation’s capital:

“I know a lot of people are concerned about guns these days, but you know if everybody had arms, then there wouldn’t be these problems.

“My son was at Marine Barracks — at the Navy Yard yesterday – and they had weapons with them, but they didn’t have ammunition. And they said, ‘We were trained, and if we had the ammunition, we could’ve cleared that building.’ Only three people had been shot at that time, and they could’ve stopped the rest of it.”

The Navy Yard shooting brings up the legitimate issue of carrying – and using – firearms on military installations.

Back in 1993, the Clinton administration virtually declared military establishments “gun-free zones.” As a result, the policy banned “military personnel from carrying their own personal firearms and mandates that ‘a credible and specific threat against [Department of the Army] personnel [exist] in that region” before military personnel ‘may be authorized to carry firearms for personal protection.” Indeed, most military bases have relatively few military police as they are in heavy demand to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan,” according to economist John Lott.

Additionally, Lott discovered that “every public shooting since at least 1950 in the U.S. in which more than three people have been killed has taken place where citizens are not allowed to carry guns.”

The answer is simple. Murderers pick places where they know their victims will be unarmed. It’s time we debate having concealed carry on military bases. After all, there’s no evidence showing that firearms owners are more irresponsible than the police, as Wall Street Journal columnist John Fund noted back in December of 2012:

“According to a 2005 to 2007 study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin and Bowling Green State University, police nationwide were convicted of firearms violations at least at a 0.002 percent annual rate. That’s about the same rate as holders of carry permits in the states with ‘shall issue‘ laws.”

Editor’s Note: John Lott contacted us to add these updates/clarifications: 1)There are two mass public shootings that have occurred in places that allowed concealed carry. One was at the Gabby Giffords attack. The second was at an IHOP in Carson City, NV in 2011 (Lott had originally missed this because one of the people who died did so at a later date).
2) Apparently, we have a bipartisan problem on the issue of military installations becoming “gun-free” zones. It seems that the Clinton administration merely updated the rules. It seems that this effort was approved by President George H.W. Bush. We apologize for this omission.


5 of the Most Hysterical Liberal Overreactions To Criticism of Obama


This is from Town Hall.

Liberals think it is virtuous display of patriotism when they

protest a republican president.

Liberals consider it to be treasonous when a DemocRat president.

When said DemocRat president is black they toss out the charge

of racism and bigotry.


When George Bush was in office, liberals regularly compared him to Hitler, speculated that he was behind 9/11, fantasized about murdering him and generally talked about him like he was the Son of Satan. This was called “speaking the truth to power.” Then Barack Obama came into office and ironically, dissent isn’t so patriotic anymore. Suddenly these same people became angry, humorless scolds who believe that the President of United States is beyond criticism. Of course, the truth is that they haven’t changed at all; they’re just hypocrites. If you want to see how hypocritical and oversensitive to criticism they can be, here are five great examples.

1) Get the rodeo clown!: Rodeo clown Tuffy Gessling put on an Obama mask at the Missouri State Fair and asked the enthusiastic people in the crowd if they’d like to see “Obama run down by a bull.” Nothing racist was said, no threats were made, and of course, Obama wasn’t in the ring. It was a harmless bit of mockery of the President that had been done previously to George H. W. Bush with no outcry. In this case, the Democratic governor and senator of the state condemned Gessling, he was banned for life from the Missouri State Fair, and the head of the Missouri NAACP called it a “hate crime” while asking for the Secret Service and NAACP to investigate.

2) Liberals demand that cartoonist be fired for mocking Obama’s Stimulus: Sean Delonas did a cartoon for the New York Post that played on the story of Travis the chimp. The chimp was shot by police after going on a violent rampage. Delonas tied the shooting into the unpopularity of the stimulus bill. The cartoon shows Travis the chimp dead and one policeman saying to the other,“They’ll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill.” Obama wasn’t mentioned in the cartoon and although he was widely associated with the stimulus bill, he didn’t write it. Yet and still, the NAACP and Al Sharpton immediately claimed the cartoon was comparing Obama to a monkey and they demanded that the cartoonist be fired. The Post issued an apology “to those who were offended by the image,” but didn’t fire Delonas.

3) Marine kicked out of the service for criticizing Obama on his Facebook page: Gary Stein was in the Marines for 9 years, but he was given an“other than honorable” discharge for criticizing Obama on his Facebook page.

A conservative Marine who started an armed forces tea party Web page has been given an “other than honorable” discharge for misconduct after declaring on Facebook, “Screw Obama. I will not follow all orders from him.”Sgt. Gary Stein later clarified his remarks to say he wouldn’t follow unlawful orders from the president and argued his online comments were protected by the First Amendment, ABC News San Diego affiliate KGTV reported.

In addition, he has expressed regret for his remark, at one point writing on Facebook, “The words that I used were tasteless and I could have articulated my point more clearly. I am man enough to admit my mistakes.”

But today, Brig. Gen. Daniel Yoo, the commanding general for Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, nevertheless upheld an earlier decision by an administrative separation board to give Stein the “other than honorable” discharge, according to a news release by the Marines.

“I love the Marine Corps, I love my job,” Stein told The Associated Press today. “I wish it wouldn’t have gone this way. I’m having a hard time seeing how 15 words on Facebook could have ruined my nine-year career.”

4) The IRS persecutes the Tea Party: The Left has spewed an almost unlimited stream of hatred at the Tea Party for opposing Barack Obama, but under his administration, the IRS illegally targeted every Tea Party group that put in an application for tax exempt status. The IRS asked an inordinate number of questions, asked for data it had no right to request, and held up some applications for more than two years. To this day, testimony from agents indicates that the IRS is still defiantly targeting Tea Party groups despite the fact that officials from the agency have pled the 5th over the issue in front of Congress.

5) A teacher tells a student he can be arrested for criticizing Obama:In North Rowan High School in Spencer, N.C., social studies teacher Tanya Dixon-Neely got into an argument with a student, Hunter Rogers, because she felt he wasn’t being sufficiently deferential to Barack Obama. She even told the student that he was risking arrest.

It begins with a classroom conversation about a recent news story detailing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney allegedly bullying a classmate in prep school. It turns into a heated, sometimes confrontational debate.One student asks, “Didn’t Obama bully someone though?”

The teacher responds: “Not to my knowledge.”

In response to the Romney story, conservatives have recently been pointing to a passage in Obama’s book, “Dreams from My Father,” in which the president writes that while in grade school he shoved a little girl, the only other black student in his grade, after other students called him her boyfriend.

When the student tells the teacher that Obama admitted to bullying a girl in school, the teacher goes on the defensive.

“Stop, no, because there is no comparison,” she says. Romney, she says, is “running for president. Obama is the president.”

When the student says they’re both “just men,” the teacher continues to argue that Romney, as a candidate for president, is not to be afforded the same respect as the president.

The teacher tells the class Obama is “due the respect that every other president is due.”

“Listen, let me tell you something, you will not disrespect the president of the United States in this classroom,” she says.

The student replies that he’ll say what he wants.

“Not about him you won’t,” the teacher says.

Later in the conversation, the teacher tells the class it’s criminal to slander a president.

“Do you realize that people were arrested for saying things bad about Bush?” she says of former President Bush. “Do you realize you are not supposed to slander the president?”

The student responds by saying being arrested for talking badly about the president would violate the right to free speech.

“You would have to say some pretty f’d up crap about him to be arrested,” he says. “They cannot take away your right to have your opinion. … They can’t take that away unless you threaten the president.”

Tanya Dixon-Neely was placed on paid suspension after a video of the conversation became public.



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This is from Breitbart’s Big Government.

I shudder when hear such comments.

Jeb Bush like his father George H.W.Bush is a RINO.

 George W.Bush had a lot of RINO in him.

I do not want to see any more Bush’s or Clinton’s in the White House.


Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said he would strive to be like Lyndon Johnson, the Democrat famous for expanding the U.S. welfare state through the “Great Society,” if he were elected president.

According to the Miami Herald, Bush made those comments Wednesday night in San Antonio, Florida at Saint Leo University, while speaking about education, immigration, and energy policy.

Bush did not address Johnson’s Great Society and War on Poverty programs, about which Ronald Reagan once famously quipped, “We had a war on poverty, and poverty won.”

Instead, he was referencing Johnson’s mastery of the so-called sausage-making process in Congress.

He vowed to approach the presidency as “master of the Senate,” as biographer Robert Caro described Johnson.

“He went and he cajoled, he begged, he threatened, he loved, he hugged, he did what leaders do, which is they personally get engaged to make something happen,’’ Bush said of Johnson. Bush cited Caro’s latest book about Johnson, The Passage of Power, which covers the first part of Johnson’s presidency.

The wheeling and dealing Johnson loved and relished is what will be needed to pass bills such as immigration regulations. That process is also how government gets expanded and cronyism thrives, as Peter Schweizer’s nonpartisan Government Accountability Institute and directer Stephen K. Bannon documented in “Boomtown.”

Bush, who has a book on comprehensive immigration reform due out next month, said it was “un-American” to have illegal immigrants living in fear of exposure.

“To me — and I’m here at this great Catholic institution and this is what my church teaches me — it is completely un-American to require people living in the shadows,” he declared.





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This is from Brietbart’s Big Government.


Mark is correct we Patriots in the Tea Party are holding the  Liberty Line.

The Establishment republicans are retreating from Liberty.

We will continue the fight to preserve Liberty.

We believe in the words of General Douglas MacArthur “Duty,Honor, Country.


Conservative scholar, talk radio host, and former Reagan administration official Mark Levin said conservatives need to first overthrow the Republican establishment to more successfully take on President Barack Obama and the institutional left.

“We cannot get through Obama and the left until we get through the Republican Establishment,” Levin said, railing against establishment consultants who attack the base and politicians who know nothing of “Burkean reform” because they have spent their whole careers “clawing their way to the top.”

In a talk at the Heritage Foundation on Wednesday with his mentor, former Reagan Attorney General Ed Meese, for whom Levin served as Chief of Staff, Levin said the Republican Party is, “devouring the conservative movement,” and the old bulls need to step aside in favor of a new generation of conservatives who are fluent in conservatism.

“It’s time for the old bulls to get out of the way and for the fresh faces who believe in conservatism and liberty and originalist principles to step up,” Levin said, criticizing those like House Speaker John Boehner for “yielding territory” to the left in negotiations.

Levin said the Tea Party consists of constitutionalists, libertarians, Evangelicals, and those who are against the rigged establishment, beltway culture that for too long has not embraced conservatism and, as a consequence, lost national elections (George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole, John McCain, Mitt Romney).

The Tea Party is the only thing that stands between liberty and tyranny,” Levin said. “We have to defeat the Republican establishment mush in Washington, D.C.

Levin also named the establishment media organizations and institutions on the right that he said were not helping advance the conservative cause.

He said, “in a lot of our media outlets,” there are “a lot of old, dreary people who are just around all the time” who “reject” Reaganism.

Levin named Bill Kristol at the Weekly Standard, who recently called for more tax increases; and the National Review, the Washington establishment publication that vigorously supported Mitt Romney in the primaries, Levin said, in many ways, has “become a mouthpiece for the Republican party.”

Levin said the Republican Party will go the way of the Whig Party if they do not put out more “cutting-edge intellectuals and artistic” spokespeople for the conservative cause that transcends race or class.

Shortly after President Barack Obama was elected in 2008, Levin wrote Liberty and Tyranny, which sold over a million copies despite not being reviewed and being completely ignored by mainstream media outlets and programs.

The prescient book not only clearly articulated what would eventually turn out to be the Tea Party’s opposition to Obama’s statism (Levin knew what Obama was going to do before even Obama) but was also symbolic of how, in the new media age, books and ideas could commercially succeed without the legacy media institutions of yesterday that no longer act as gatekeepers.

To appeal to young people and minorities with conservatism, Levin said Republicans needed to call on parents and grandparents to have an impact on young people and appeal to their sense of liberty and anti-authoritarianism.

He said this “bottom up federalism” can appeal not only to young people but to minorities.

Levin noted that capitalism is the plan and the strategy is the constitution, and that was the foundation of Reaganism.

He said after Reagan, George H.W. Bush lurched to the left rather than “build up Reaganism” and the party and the conservative movement has not been the same since.

Levin also said ethnic front groups who want more balkanization instead of assimilation are also threats and need to be called out.

In talking about Republican institutions, Levin said the Republican National Committee needs to be managed better because, simply put, “when you lose, you gotta bring some other people here.”

“Backbenchers need to go to the front,” Levin said, noting that the frontbencher establishment class has been trying to “clean out” conservatives who do not toe the moderate, establishment line.

Levin said Obama would inevitably overreach on many fronts during his second term. For instance, Levin predicted Obama would try to break down America’s sovereignty by working with the United Nations on a global tax and committing America to more international military arrangements.

“The people are going to rise up,” Levin said.

When discussing the future of conservatism, Levin highlighted in particular Texas Senator-elect Ted Cruz and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, among others.

“I love Sarah Palin,” Levin said.

“You see how intelligent she is?,” Levin asked, noting that Palin is nothing like the caricature of her on the left and in the mainstream media.

Levin said Palin should be given credit for effectively and enthusiastically articulating the conservative cause, even though she has been attacked by the mainstream media and the Republican establishment.

“Yet, she still rallies the base a hundred times more than these people telling us what we are supposed to do,” Levin said.

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