This could possibly be the dumbest criminal ever!

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This is from BizPac Review.

Just think, this idiot is able to breed and pollute the gene pool.



While criminals are seldom seen as the sharpest tools in the shed, few reach the level of dullness a burglar in Minnesota achieved.

According to the local ABC affiliate, James Wood returned home to find his place ransacked and a few personal items stolen. Upon further inspection, he also noticed someone had logged into Facebook on his computer under the name Nicholas Wig.

And never signed out.

WPVI reported that police say that in the course of the burglary, Wig stopped to check his Facebook account and forgot to log out.

But it get’s better.

Wood decided to leave his phone number and a message on Wig’s Facebook page.

“I replied, ‘You left a few things at my house last night how can I get them back to you,’” he told WPVI.

Lo and behold, Wig showed up shortly thereafter to claim his “things,” only to find the police lying in wait.  You can’t make these stories up!


[Video] Obama – You Shouldn’t Be Able To “Just Walk Into A Store & Buy A Semi-Automatic”

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This is from Guns Save Lives.

Comments like this reveal two major things, first Obama’s ignorance and his anti gun philosophy.

Obama like all Despots want the people unarmed.

“An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject.”


President Obama addressed gun control again at a recent town hall style appearance in Minnesota after being asked about it by a guy wearing a US Men’s National Team soccer jersey, seersucker jacket and what Obama described as a “cool sunglasses” (seriously dude, wtf are you wearing?).

Here are some of the president’s comments,

This is the only advanced country that tolerates something like this. We have, what’s basically a mass shooting, it seems like happening once every couple of weeks: kids on college campuses, kids at home.

And we’re not going to be able to eliminate all of that violence, and there’s a strong tradition of gun ownership, wonderful folks who are sportsmen and hunters, and I respect all that.

But we should be able to take some basic, common sense steps that are, by the way, supported by most responsible gun owners.Like having background checks so you can’t just walk into a store and buy a semi-automatic.

Of course, we all know that you can’t just walk into a gun store and buy any type of modern gun without a background check (or carry permit in some states).

Either the president is just that ignorant of gun laws in his own country or he’s just openly lying at this point to try and make a better point.

Either way, it certainly doesn’t look good for the president.


Obama: ‘I’m Just Going to Make It Up As I Go Along’

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This is from CNSNews.

Obama has been making things up from his first day as president.

So what else in new about Obama making things up?

Like Charles Krauthammer said about Obama as president,

It’s As If He Wandered Into The White House On A Tour And Discovered He’s President.


( – The man dubbed the leader of the free world — beset by foreign and domestic policy crises, sinking in the opinion polls, and just clipped by the Supreme Court — told a gathering in Minnesota Thursday that he’s looking forward to spending a “couple days here in the Twin Cities.”

“I’ve been really looking forward to — to getting out of D.C.,” the president said, getting a laugh in return. “Our agenda’s still a little loose. You know, I might pop in for some ice cream or visit a small business. I don’t know, I’m just going to make it up as I go along.”

A subdued president of the United States told the gathering that he’s like a “caged bear,” who every once in a while breaks loose. “And I — I’m feeling super loose today. So — so you don’t know what I might do. You don’t know what I might do. Who knows?”


Obama, subdued and rambling in his remarks, said the main reason he traveled to Minnesota was to “talk to folks about their lives and their hopes and their dreams and what they’re going through, and I want to spend some time listening and answering your questions and just having a conversation about what’s going well in your lives and in your neighborhoods and communities right now but also what kinds of struggles folks are going through and — and what things are helping and what things aren’t.”

As part of the Q-and-A format, the president spoke at length about the things he often talks about, including his own life and what he and Michelle “went through,” and how he hasn’t forgotten what it’s like to be struggling to get ahead.

He also plugged “family friendly” workplace policies, such as a higher minimum wage; paid leave to care for a sick relative; paid maternity leave for both parents; and “workplace flexibility so that if you want to go to a parent- teacher conference with your family or — or — or for your kid or a school play, that you — you could balance that.”

‘I was you guys’

In his final appeal, Obama told the people who came to hear him, “You’re the reason I ran for office. You’re — no, no — I’m not looking for applause. I want to make this point. I grew up not in tough circumstances but — you know, I was you guys.

You know, somebody out here is going through what my mom went through. Somebody out here is going through what my grandma went through. Somebody out here is going through what Michelle and I went through when we were first married and our kids were first born. It’s not like I forget.”

In a question and answer session, Obama told the gathering not to believe the “phony scandals” they hear on television.

“[S]ometimes the news that’s being reported on is really important. I mean, what’s happening in Iraq is relevant. We got to pay attention to the threats that are — that are emanating from the — the chaos in the Middle EastBut sometimes, the news that’s coming off is just — these are just Washington fights. They’re fabricated issues, they’re phony scandals that are generated. It’s all geared towards the next election or ginning up a base. It’s not on the level. And that must feel frustrating, and it makes people cynical, and it makes people turned off from the idea that anything can get done.”


Minnesota Unilaterally Changes Name of “Asian Carp” to Avoid Offending Anyone

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This is from FrontPageMag.

Political Correct Insanity from the land of 10,000 frauds and Senator Stuart Smalley.


Maybe Minnesota can have politically correct names for all animals. And its own biology textbooks to reflect that.Minnesota Senate 

The Minnesota Senate on Monday approved John Hoffman’s (D-MN) bill to change the name “Asian carp” so called because the species originates from Asia, to “invasive carp”. Since Asian carp were introduced in the U.S. in the 1970′s, the fish have spread to dozens of states causing destruction in the delicate ecosystems of the waterways.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have been fighting off the most invasive species, the black carp from China, the Silver carp from Vietnam, and Grass carp from China from spreading into the Great Lakes were the fish could do massive damage the regions fishing industry. While arguing his case on the Senate floor, Hoffman said that referring to the fish as “Asian” was hurtful to some people…

The fish are from Asia. Geography, not race. The Colorado potato beetle is from Colorado. Are we going to change its name?

And what about Dutch Elm Disease? Invasive Elm Disease? Is killing Asian Carp now a hate crime?

Once the P.C. madness breaks out, there’s no stopping it. I’m sorry, that should be invasive madness.


6 Environmental Truths the Left Conveniently Ignores

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This is from The Foundry.

For the left you could say they are inconvenient truths.



According to a March Gallup poll, 50 percent of respondents thought the quality of the environment in the U.S., as a whole, is getting worse. But the reality is very different. Heritage hosted an Earth Day panel event in Apriladdressing some of the overlooked truths about the state of the nation’s environment:

1. Human freedom and prosperity lead to environmental success.


Studies show that wealthy countries are environmentally healthier countries. Able to worry less about meeting basic needs, wealthier societies can afford to direct their attention to environmental improvement.


2. We’re not running out of resources.

Kenny LeBaron, left, and his brother Joshua moved to North Dakota from Minnesota to take advantage of higher salaries due to an oil boom there. Here they service a gas and oil well near Watford City, North Dakota, on September 27, 2011. (Glen Stubbe/Minneapolis Star Tribune/MCT)

Some would have us believe that as population increases and economies grow, we are consuming resources too quickly. But this simply isn’t the case. In fact, many natural resources are renewable and respond positively to stewardship and management. As we learn more, innovate, and advance technology we develop more efficient ways to access, use, and reuse natural resources. The recent boom in shale oil and natural gas is a perfect example of this process.

3. The quality of our air is cleaner and safer.

Photo: Getty Images

Over the past 30 years (data gathered from 1980 through 2012) concentrations of each of the six common air pollutants have drastically decreased:

  • Ozone: decreased by 25 percent
  • Particulate Matter: 33 percent (data starting in 2000)
  • Nitrogen Dioxide: 60 percent
  • Sulfur Dioxide: 78 percent
  • Carbon Monoxide: 83 percent
  • Lead: 91 percent

This reduction in pollutants has happened at the same time the country has grown in wealth, population, and economic activity.

4. Although tough to measure, water quality is also improving.

Photo: Getty Images

Americans are using water more efficiently even as population has increased, and only 9 percent of the waters of the United States are considered impaired.

5. The government owns more land than it can manage.

Photo: Peggy Peattie/U-T San Diego/

While the nation’s air and waters have improved in quality, the nation’s land management continues to stagnate— at best. The federal government owns some 28 percent of the United States and indirectly controls well beyond that amount through laws like the Endangered Species Act. The federal government alone owns:

  • 42 percent of Arizona
  • 47 percent of New Mexico
  • 62 percent of Idaho and Alaska
  • 81 percent of Nevada.

The government doesn’t have the resources to maintain such vast amounts of land and waters, but also because it has no incentive to steward it well. And in many cases the federal government has thwarted efforts of private citizens to improve the land.

6. Thanks in part to the big successes made in other areas of the environment, the environmental pressure groups have pitched global warming as the next great environmental issue of the day.

Former EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

The result has been heavy handed regulations that treat CO2 emissions as pollutants to be cut. Yet even if one were to assume climate alarmists’ models were correct and decide to  cut all U.S. carbon emissions today—no driving or flying, no running factories, stores or homes unless they run on nuclear power, and probably best not to exhale either—this would only decrease world temperatures by 0.08 degrees Celsius by the year 2050. Former EPA administrator Lisa Jackson has herself conceded that America’s efforts alone would not meaningfully impact global CO2 levels.

Historic ‘polar vortex’ could cause record low temps across Midwest, extreme cold in Northeast

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This is from The New York Post.

What happened to globull warming?

While this is something that only happens every twenty or

thirty years in some areas.

Yet the people in Minnesota, Wyoming, North Dakota or

South Dakota this cold and snow are normal. 


One meteorologist said temperature records will likely be broken during the short yet forceful deep freeze that will begin in many places on Sunday and extend into early next week. The conditions in the Midwest could be life-threatening for ‘a person not properly dressed.

New York won’t endure brutal weather to such an extreme degree as the Midwest — though Tuesday will require extra layers. Here, a woman in Midtown stays warm in the frigid temperatures.

An arctic blast straight from the North Pole will chill the Midwest Sunday with a “polar vortex” — potentially setting record-low temperatures and raising fears of frostbite and hypothermia.

The deep freeze is caused by a “polar vortex” that creates a counterclockwise rotation of cold air at the top of Earth that will be pushed as far south as the Gulf Coast. The frigid spiral should dissipate early next week.

“All the ingredients are there for a near-record or historic cold outbreak,” said Ryan Maue, a meteorologist for Weather Bell.

A tattered flag flies by a flooded yard along the shore in Scituate, Mass., on Friday.

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A tattered flag flies by a flooded yard along the shore in Scituate, Mass., on Friday.

“If you’re under 40 (years old), you’ve not seen this stuff before.”

The forecasts will make you shiver: -25 in Fargo, N.D., -31 in International Falls, Minn. and -15 in Chicago.

At those temperatures, exposed skin can get frostbite in minutes and hypothermia can easily take hold as the wind chill plunges to 60 or even 70 below zero.

New York won’t endure brutal weather to such an extreme degree — though Tuesday will require extra layers.

This Friday satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows the blanket of snow that stretches from the Midwest across to New England after a massive winter storm moved over the region.

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This Friday satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows the blanket of snow that stretches from the Midwest across to New England after a massive winter storm moved over the region.

The local forecast calls for temperatures in the 40s Sunday and Monday. Tuesday, however, calls for a high in the teens.

Back in the Midwest, experts were concerned people unprepared for the polar plunge could die. Even wind chills of 25 below zero are cause for alarm, said National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Truett.


“Those are dangerous levels of wind chill,” said Truett.

“A person not properly dressed could die easily in those conditions.”

Cheeseheads in Green Bay will watch their beloved Packers take on the San Francisco 49ers Sunday at Lambeau Field in what could be one of the coldest football games ever played. The forecast at kickoff is a brutal -2.


Minnesota already took the drastic measure of canceling school Monday for the entire state — the first such closing in 17 years.

The brief-yet-powerful cold spell will probably freeze over the Great Lakes and other bodies of water, meaning the frigid temperatures will linger for the rest of the winter, Maue said.

“Right now for the winter, we will have had two significant shots of major Arctic air and we’re only through the first week of January. And we had a pretty cold December,” Maue said.

With News Wire Services

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DNC sends email defending Obama from impeachment possibility

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This is from The Daily Caller.

The DemocRats are in panic mode.

Hopefully their paranoia will become reality.  


The Democratic National Committee (DNC) sent out a paranoid email Saturday evening urging supporters to vote for Democrats so that Republicans can’t impeach President Obama.

The email, subject line “Impeachment,” was sent to Obama for America supporters, imploring them to contribute to the DNC’s 2014 efforts. “What do these people all have in common?,” the email asked, featuring quotes from Republican Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma, Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, Rep. Kerry Bentivolio of Michigan, and Rep. Blake Farenthold of Texas discussing the possibility of impeaching Obama for one of his numerous instances of presidential misconduct.

The DNC email discussed the “I-Word” and said that “Republicans are actually excited about the idea.”


“Show these Republicans that they are way, way off-base, and give President Obama a Congress that has his back,” according to the DNC email, noting that Democrats need to win 17 GOP House seats to reclaim a majority.

The DNC, which recently expanded its political tactics to include boycotting independent news outlets, previously supported the last president to be impeached: Bill Clinton.

Obama’s staff changed key talking points on the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack; his Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups during the 2012 election cycle; and Obama personally lied to the American people when he told them that they could keep their existing doctors and health insurance plans under Obamacare.

Obama’s expansion of executive branch authority is “setting the stage for something very dangerous in the future” according to Republican Rep. Justin Amash.

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#TNB Black Bastard Hit & Dragged White Army Recruiters With An SUV

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Hat tip Mad Jewess.

We need to be aware of our surroundings.

White Americans need to start arming always. 


Posted by  in “Black on White Crime”


Black Bastard Hit & Dragged White Army Recruiters With SUV

More reparations?  On my wife’s twitter page this morning, there is an ‘anti’ racist. History will prove that ‘racists’ were the victims and ‘anti’ racists were accessories to murder.

More beatings at the hands of blacks:

ST. PAUL, Minn. –  Ramsey County Prosecutors are filing additional criminal charges against a man accused of hitting two Army recruiters and dragging one of them under his SUV for over a half mile last month.


Staff Sgt. Travis Torgerson, left, and Staff Sgt. Michael Stroud


See-Amended charges for black accused of hitting and dragging White Army recruiters with SUV



Profiling Fail Gets Woman Robbed And Urinated On by Black Thugs

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This is from The Black Sphere.

Seeing it happened in St.Paul,Minnesota this woman was

most likely a bleeding heart liberal.

That being said these Sons of Obama had no right robbing

the urinating on her.

In St. Paul, Minnesota, a woman received a golden lesson on street-smarts after a car full of Black thugs approached her.

According to the criminal complaint, the incident occurred approximately 7:30pm while the woman was standing outside and talking on her iPhone. A car with four black males wearing wigs approached and pretended as if they needed directions.

When she got closer to the vehicle, they pulled her towards the car and snatched her iPhone.

Three other males exited the vehicle and one of them grabbed her hair, pulled her to the sidewalk, pushed her to the ground, and then pulled down her pants. At this point, the woman thought that she was going to be raped.

Fortunately, she wasn’t.

Instead, the thug decided to dehumanize her in another manner: he urinated on the woman.

She then heard one male say, “Mitch you took that white bitch’s phone,”  before they drove off.

Along with the emotional and mental damage, the woman suffered a cut to her wrist and above her eye.

The police later located the car and learned that it was an unreturned rental. The victim’s iPhone was found in the trunk and her wallet in the center console.  Marijuana was also discovered under a seat in a metal container.

The driver, 19-year-old Miklos Terrell Dates Jr, was identified by the victim through a photo lineup. He stated that the car belonged to his “auntie” and the iPhone belonged to his friend. His accomplices were all juveniles.

He was charged with first-degree aggravated robbery and fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct. Indeed, these charges will bolster his street cred.

In related news, the Department of Justice may investigate whether the victim violated the civil rights of the perpetrator. Attorney General Holder maintains that the perp was entitled to her items because he is Black, and since she didn’t comply in a timely manner, his bladder released.


Read more about the criminal subculture that exists within the Black community here


17 House Republicans Ready To Jump Ship And Re-Open Government — Boehner Not Budging


This is from Forbes.

17 gutless RINO’s are showing their true colors.

If your Congress Critter is on this list email and call them to express your

outrage at them wanting to surrender to the DemocRats.



As the second day of the government shutdown nears its end, it now appears that 17 House Republicans have had enough and are prepared to vote for a ‘clean’ resolution that would get things up and running once again—all without the GOP challenges to Obamacare.

In the event the 200 House Democrats hold together to vote for the clean bill sent back to the House from the Senate, the 17 GOPers would be enough to pass the legislation and get the doors to the government open for business once again.

Jennifer Bendry over at Huffington Post has compiled the list of the House Republicans who have released statements indicating they have had enough of this madness:

Rep. Pat Meehan (R-Pa.): “At this point, I believe it’s time for the House to vote for a clean, short-term funding bill to bring the Senate to the table and negotiate a responsible compromise.” [Press Release, 10/1/13]

Rep. Scott Rigell (R-Va.): “Time for a clean [continuing resolution].” [Official Twitter, 10/1/13]

Rep. Jon Runyan (R-N.J.): “Enough is enough. Put a clean [continuing resolution] on the floor and let’s get on with the business we were sent to do.” [Burlington County Times, 10/1/13]

Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.): A Fitzpatrick aide tells the Philadelphia Inquirer the congressman would support a clean funding bill if it came up for a vote. [Philadelphia Inquirer, 10/1/13]

Rep. Lou Barletta (R-Pa.): Barletta said he would “absolutely” vote for a clean bill in order to avert a shut down of the government. [Bethlehem Morning Call, 10/1/13]

Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.): King thinks House Republicans would prefer to avoid a shutdown and said he will only vote for a clean continuing resolution to fund the government, according to the National Review Online. [NRO, 9/30/13]

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.): The California Republican told The Huffington Post he would ultimately support a clean continuing resolution. [Tweet by The Huffington Post’s Sabrina Siddiqui,9/30/13]

Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.): “I’m prepared to vote for a clean [continuing resolution].” [The Huffington Post, 9/29/13]

Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.): A Wolf aide told The Hill that he agrees with fellow Virginia Rep. Scott Rigell (R) that it’s time for a clean continuing resolution. [The Hill, 10/1/13]

Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.): A Grimm aide told The Huffington Post that the congressman supports a clean continuing resolution. [10/1/13].

Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Minn.): A local news anchor in Minnesota tweeted that Paulsen told him he would vote for a clean resolution if given the chance. [Blake McCoy Tweet, 10/1/13]

Rep. Rob Wittman (R-Va.): A constituent of Wittman’s sent The Huffington Post an email she got from the congressman indicating he would vote for a clean funding bill but hasn’t had “an opportunity to do so at this point.” [10/1/13]

Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-N.J.): LoBiondo told The Press of Atlantic City he’ll support “whatever gets a successful conclusion” to the shutdown and a clean funding bill “is one of those options.” [The Press of Atlantic City, 10/1/13]

Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.): Forbes told The Virginian-Pilot that he supports the six-week clean funding bill that passed in the Senate. [The Virginian-Pilot, 10/2/13]

Rep. Jim Gerlach (R-Pa.): The congressman issued a statement saying he would “vote in favor of a so-called clean budget bill.” [Office of Rep. Jim Gerlach, 10/2/13].

Rep. Leonard Lance (R-N.J.): Lance’s chief of staff confirmed to The Huffington Post that he told a constituent on Wednesday that Lance has voted for clean government funding bills in the past “and would not oppose doing so again should one be brought to the floor.” [10/2/13]

Rep. Mike Simpson (R-Idaho): Simpson told a Roll Call reporter Tuesday night, “I’d vote for a clean CR because I don’t think this is a strategy that works.” [Daniel Newhauser Tweet,10/1/13]

There is now just one thing standing in the way of ending the shutdown—Speaker John Boehner. Before the GOP defectors can join with House Democrats to pass the bill, Boehner must be willing to bring the Senate bill to the floor of the House of Representatives for a vote—something he appears unprepared to do at this point.

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UPDATE 1: The number is now 18. Rep. Bill Young of Florida now says that he is prepared to vote for a clean bill.

UPDATE 2: We are up to 19 and, possibly 20 as Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, Republican of Florida, has told the Miami Herald that he would vote for a clean bill if it is put on the floor. There are also indications that Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis is ready to join those who would jump ship based on what one of his aides told a constituent. However, his office is not prepared to confirm it as of yet, saying they would not speculate on what he might or might not do.



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