DOJ Joins with SPLC against Domestic Terrorists (Meaning Conservative America)

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This is from Freedom OutPost. 

We are fast becoming Nazi Germany and Communist Russia combined.

For the people that say it cannot happen here read the following.

“First They Came for the Jews”
By Pastor Niemoller

 First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for the Communists, and I did not speak out because I was not a Communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak out for me.


Whether Americans thought about the potential or not, the Obama administration is making sure it comes to fruition — a new office within the Department of Justice teaming with the Southern Poverty Law Center to track and coordinate investigations into “domestic terrorism.” In an October 14 speech delivered at George Washington University, Assistant Attorney General John Carlin told attendees the new office would “be the point of contact for US attorneys working on domestic terrorism cases.” Carlin mentioned Islam only twice, but claimed domestic terrorism by groups touting “anti-government animus, eco-radicalism, and racism” pose a danger just as great, “despite the smaller number of incidents sponsored by such groups.”

Carlin failed to provide statistics supporting incidents sponsored by such groups. Teaming with the Southern Poverty Law Center poses a great concern. The group is known to “monitor and track” groups and organizations they designate and declare as “hate groups” — amounting to 784 identified for this year. When looking under the different classifications, one will find the following listed as hate groups: American College of Pediatricians in Gainesville, FL; Bradlee Dean’s You Can Run But You Cannot Hide in Minnesota; Jewish Political Action Committee in New York; American Freedom Defense Initiative in New York; Jihad Watch and Bare Naked Islam in California; and the Family Research Council in Washington, along with many more. Since when is freedom of speech, freedom of religion, speaking truth, and raising awareness on issues known as “hate” and associating with like-minded individuals designate one as being in a “hate group?”

Conspicuously lacking in the SPLC’s listing of “hate groups” were Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), and the Muslim Brotherhood. Despite listing the “Nation of Islam,” headed by Louis Farrakhan, and the “New Black Panther Party,” both present in every state, Louis Farrakhan walks around a free man after issuing terroristic threats in calling for 10,000 to “kill whites.”

Carlin stated in his speech:

The new DT Counsel will not only help ensure that DT cases are properly coordinated but also will play a key role in our headquarters-level efforts to identify trends to help shape our strategy, and to analyze legal gaps or enhancements required to ensure we can combat these threats.

Referencing the “increase in lone wolf attack” and blaming the internet as a tool for organization, Carlin stated, “Lone offenders, or other small groups plan and carry out their attacks with limited assistance.”

One can’t help but question the increase in these “lone wolf incidences” over the last few months as instigated and planned by the administration and its CIA psy-op coverts to further an agenda. First, more gun control laws are being advocated and now this “new office” partnering with the SPLC that targets many conservative and Christian groups as “hate groups.”

SPLC’s top dog, Mark Potock stated the SPLC had been pushing for something like this for quite some time. He called it a “step forward” while at the same time saying, “we’ll have to see how it works out.” Potock claimed this “step forward” would “restore ‘balance’ to the State Department’s efforts to fight terrorism.”

Restore balance? When was the fight on terrorism ever about balance? Citizens have suffered the insolent, degrading and humiliation of searches by TSA bordering on sexual assault since airplanes flew into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in 2001 in order to board an airplane while other “individuals” receive exemption because of the claim “racial profiling.” A one hundred mile area along the entire US borders are designated “constitution-free” zones where constitutionally guaranteed rights are suspended or void. Instead of targeting terrorists and terrorism, US citizens have had their rights encroached upon by government because of the 2001 incident perpetrated by Muslims. Instead of limiting Muslim entry into this nation, our government staunchly advocates it while ignoring Christians. There is no balance at all much less any balance to “restore.” It’s tipped against US citizens critical of government over-reach.

As many are aware, the media and the government consider the SPLC an “expert” source when it comes to identifying “hate groups.” However, it is only one organization and even the FBI has difficulty substantiating their claims. So, how is it that a less than credible source gained such “prestige” from the media and government alike?

Carlin continued on to echo Potock’s “concern” over the SPLC’s designated “hate groups.”

The attorney general noted this summer that these kinds of hate crimes are the original domestic terrorism. Among domestic extremist movements in the United States, white supremacists are most violent. The Charleston shooter, who had a manifesto laying out a racist worldview, is just one example. His actions followed earlier deadly shooting sprees by white supremacists in Kansas, Wisconsin and elsewhere.

Pardon me while I digress for just a moment. Has everyone noticed that all of a sudden these “white supremacists” and “lone wolf” shooters are leaving these long-winded “manifestos” for government to definitively declare the whys on these events? Doesn’t leave much for the FBI profilers to do anymore. No need to figure out anything as these “introverted lone wolves” are detailing it all in “manifestos,” a convenient term thrown out there for “diary,” and in some cases video documentaries. How convenient. How many males keep a “diary?”

The Obama administration clearly brushes off Islam and Muslims as terror threats since they designate 72 groups of individuals as potential “domestic terrorists” while scrubbing all mention of Islam and Muslims. If you are a member of a Tea Party organization, a Christian, a veteran, a military member, a patriot, against Islam, against illegal immigration, and support the Constitution, etc., you are a potential “domestic terrorist” according to your own government.

In fact, Obama and his stooge administration are so confident in their designation of these groups as terrorists, they are joining hands with the United Nations to “allow international police agencies to help program how American cities respond to terrorism.” Despite its unconstitutional nature, Obama and Attorney General Loretta Lynch are all but cheering to enforce tyranny, despotism and eradication of individual God-given constitutionally guaranteed rights of groups and individuals designated as “domestic terrorists.” And, they will use any means necessary to justify the end — the destruction of the US. All the while, Congress continues in its complicity of these travesties sucking on their thumb as they wait for their “bottle” from Obama.

The SPLC has been “legitimized” by this rogue administration and a Department of (In) Justice. Because they cite “organization via the internet,” one can bet this new “alliance” will have tremendous influence over the FCC to “curb” and “control” more internet content, meaning censorship and infringing on freedom of speech. This “collusion” against conservative America, Christians, patriots, veterans and other groups is blatant, unapologetic, intentional, and set to “force” subjugation.

The police and surveillance state was a precursor as to what comes next. Since they have all the information they need, they can now begin to “root out” the “problems” by utilizing an “international police agency” or multiple agencies. To those who said, “If you aren’t doing anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about,” you were wrong.

Just being a Christian is now a reason for concern as well as exercising free speech, free association, keeping a diary which could be termed a “manifesto” to be used against you, and being conservative. You don’t have to do “anything wrong,” all you have to do is be “designated” by the government as a threat or involved with any group the SPLC declares as a “hate group.” If you doubt that, you might want to look at the links for the SPLC and the 72 groups or types of individuals the government considers “domestic terrorists.”

America, once the land of the free and the home of the brave, is now reduced to the land of the terrorized and the home of the spied upon and the nation of “domestic terrorists.” Ain’t she grand?


Ben Carson Placed on ‘Extremist’ Watch List

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This is from the Tea Party News Network.

I would be honored to be on the extremist list with Ben Carson.


The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), like so many liberal institutions started decades ago, began with noble intentions.
Today, however, they serve as a partisan group dedicated to a brand of political extremism that they, ironically, purport to work against.
They throw around terms like “extremist” and “terrorist” in order to intimidate and sensationalize.
While so many on their “extremist” list are, by most measures, extremists (Klan members and other assorted neo-Nazis), they also include many who represent a challenge to the liberal narrative.
In 2011, they notoriously included Kentucky Senator and potential 2016 presidential candidate Rand Paul on their list.
Like him or hate him, it’s ridiculous to include Rand Paul on a list that includes KKK members.
Now, they are including famed neurosurgeon and potential 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson on their list of “extremists.”
The reason, according to the SPLC, seems to be little more than the fact that Carson supports traditional definitions of marriage and that he famously spoke-out against Obama’s policies at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013.
Evidently, supporting the longstanding institution of marriage and taking issue with the Dear Leader’s failed leadership is enough to qualify for entry on the SPLC’s political hitlist.
The SPLC explains why he’s on the list: (Emphasis added)
Although the book amplified Carson’s name recognition, the breakout incident that made him a sensation in far-right political circles was his audacious public criticism of President Obama, who was sitting nearby at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013. He lectured Obama on the national debt, called for a tax system along the lines of biblical tithes and touted health savings accounts that could be inherited by family members as a better option than any government plan. Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and other right-wing political commentators lavished praise on Carson. The Wall Street Journal headlined a positive review of the speech “Ben Carson for President,” noting that he may not have been politically correct, “but he’s closer to correct than we’ve heard in years.”
In a March 2013 appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity,” Carson bolstered his standing with hardliners by appearing to equate gays who wish to marry with pedophiles and humans who have sex with animals. Although he later apologized for the remark, claiming it was taken out of context and asserting that he loved gay people just as much as straight people, his words triggered an avalanche of protest from faculty colleagues and students at Johns Hopkins. He had been scheduled to deliver the university’s commencement address just two months later but withdrew rather than stoke further controversy. At around the same time, Carson, at age 61, announced his retirement from Johns Hopkins, effective July 1, saying he wanted to leave surgical practice at the top of his game….
Legal Insurrection makes a good point about the real-world dangers of the list, saying,
Landing on SPLC’s Extremist list can be politically deadly, and also deadly in the real sense.  The Family Research Council made the list because of its position on same-sex marriage, inspiring Floyd Lee Corkins to go on a murderous shooting spree at FRC headquarters.
It would be fine if the yahoos at MSNBC declared Carson “extreme” or other political commentators did similarly; what this represents, however, is a shocking display of partisan behavior from a group that is supposed to be tracking so-called “hate groups” and potential domestic terrorists.
While such a Quixotic task will ultimately rely upon a bit of subjectivity, the SPLC’s recent addition is pathetic and transparent in their intent to smear a political contender for daring to criticize the Obama Regime and stand by the institution of marriage that has stood for thousands of years.


US Army defines Christian ministry as ‘domestic hate group’

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This is from Fox News Opinion.

The war on Christianity heats up.

Sadly it will only get worse.

In my humble opinion Obama knows Christians are Conservatives and would

not fire on their fellow Americans.

So Obama wants radical homosexuals and brain-dead liberal sheeple that Obama

knows would fire on Conservative Christian Americans.

Several dozen U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were told last week that the American Family Association, a well-respected Christian ministry, should be classified as a domestic hate group because the group advocates for traditional family values.

The briefing was held at Camp Shelby in Mississippi and listed the AFA alongside domestic hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, the Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam.

A soldier who attended the briefing contacted me and sent me a photograph of a slide show presentation that listed AFA as a domestic hate group. Under the AFA headline is a photograph of Westboro Baptist Church preacher Fred Phelps holding a sign reading “No special law for f***.”

American Family Association has absolutely no affiliation with the controversial church group known for picketing the funerals of American servicemembers.

“I had to show Americans what our soldiers are now being taught,” said the soldier who asked not to be identified. “I couldn’t just let this one pass.”

The soldier said a chaplain interrupted the briefing and challenged the instructor’s assertion that AFA is a hate group.

“The instructor said AFA could be considered a hate group because they don’t like gays,” the soldier told me. “The slide was talking about how AFA refers to gays as sinners and heathens and derogatory terms.”

The soldier, who is an evangelical Christian, said the chaplain defended the Christian ministry.

“He kept asking the instructor, ‘Are you sure about that, son? Are you sure about that?’” he said, recalling the back and forth.

Later in the briefing, the soldiers were reportedly told that they could face punishment for participating in organizations that are considered hate groups.

That considered, the soldier contacted me because he is a financial contributor to the AFA ministry.

“I donate to AFA as often as I can,” he said. “Am I going to be punished? I listen to American Family Radio all day. If they hear it on my radio, will I be faced with a Uniformed Code of Military Justice charge?”

The soldier said he was “completely taken back by this blatant attack not only on the AFA but Christians and our beliefs.”

It’s not the first time the Army has accused conservative Christian groups of being domestic hate groups.

Earlier this year, I exposed Army briefings that classified evangelical Christians and Catholics as examples of religious extremism.

Another briefing told officers to pay close attention to troops who supported groups like AFA and the Family Research Council.

One officer said the two Christian ministries did not “share our Army Values.”

“When we see behaviors that are inconsistent with Army Values – don’t just walk by – do the right thing and address the concern before it becomes a problem,” the officer wrote in an email to his subordinates.

At the time the military assured me those briefings were isolated incidents and did not reflect official Army policy.

If that’s true, how do they explain what happened at Camp Shelby?

I contacted the Pentagon for an answer but they referred me to Army public affairs. And so far – they haven’t returned my calls.

And their claim that the classifications are “isolated” is not washing with AFA.

“The American Family Association has received numerous accounts of military installations as well as law enforcement agencies using a list compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which wrongfully identifies and defames AFA,” reads a statement they sent me.

Bryan Fischer hosts a talk show on American Family Radio. He called the Army’s allegations “libelous, slanderous and blatantly false.”

“This mischaracterization of AFA is reprehensible and inexcusable,” he told me. “We have many military members who are a part of the AFA network who know these accusations are a tissue of lies.”

Fischer said their views on gay marriage and homosexuality are not hate – it’s simply a disagreement.

“If our military wasn’t headed by a commander-in-chief who is hostile to Christian faith, these allegations would be laughed off every military base in the world,” he said.

Hiram Sasser, of the Liberty Institute, told me the Army’s briefing is a smear.

He recalled what President Obama said last year when Muslim extremists attacked our diplomatic outpost in Libya.

“Since our founding, the United States has been a nation that respects all faiths,” President Obama said. “We reject all efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others.”

Sasser said he wished the president and the Army would treat the American Family Association with the same deference and respect they show those who mean to harm us.

“Why must the Army under this administration continue to attack Americans of faith and smear them?” Sasser wondered.

I fear the answer to that question.

Because it appears the Obama administration is separating the military from the American people – and planting seeds of doubt about Christians and some of our nation’s most prominent Christian ministries.

Dramatic story of political ‘gun violence’ is ignored by the gun-grabber media

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This is from American Thinker.

It is possible to fill volumes with what the Obama Media fails to report.

The Obama Media always set up straw-men,villains and victims.

The villains are the gun owners while the person that gets shot as the victim.

Just look at the George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin case.

The extent of the transformation of our mass media into a mere propaganda apparatus can be gauged by the black hole treatment given to a story that pushes all of the buttons needed for wall-to-wall treatment, save one: the villain is a member of victim group acting on behalf of left wing causes. The shooting at the Family Research Council last year has been consigned to obscurity by the MSM.

One favorite meta-narratives of the propaganda media is that crazy right-wingers all over the country are hording guns in order to use them on innocent victims. This framework can be imposed on incidents of crazy people shooting others almost indiscriminately. The archetype is Jared Loughner’s attack on a Gabrielle Giffords event, where the media rushed to blame Sarah Palin because a map she had distributed used a target logo on the Giffords’ district. Immediately presuming that Loughner had even seen the map (he hadn’t) and that the mere sight of such a visual metaphor could incite a murderous rampage, the propaganda media followed their customary methodology for damaging their conservative target’s brand with more voluble figures charging Palin directly, and then establishment types putting out headlines like the Washington Post’s “Palin caught in crosshairs map controversy after Tucson shootings.”

But when a young gay activist named Floyd Lee Corkins bought a bagful of Chik-fil-A sandwiches and brought them to the Family Research Council headquarters intending to “smother Chick-fil-A sandwiches in [the] faces” of his victims after he shot them, he found his target on a map provided by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a left wing outfit that has prospered mightily by raising the specter of victimization by racists (and more recently, gay-haters) and fundraising on the promise to stop them.

Mark Hemingway of the Weekly Standard lays out in detail the dramatic story of heroic security guard Leo Johnson, whose recovery from his grievous wounds offers inspiration, and the multi-dimensional hypocrisy of the SPLC’s role in inciting the very sort of violence it and other parts of the progressive apparat claim to be interested in preventing.

As recently as last week, SPLC cofounder Morris Dees defended the Family Research Council’s inclusion on the “hate map.” “Well, first of all, having a group on our hate map doesn’t cause anybody to attack them any more than they attacked us for one thing or another,” Dees told on August 6. It takes quite a bit of hubris for Dees to defensively equate rhetorical attacks on his own organization with actual gun violence against an organization whose politics he dislikes. It also seems more than a little convenient that Dees now denies a connection between rhetoric and violence. In 2011, an SPLC blog post, “Expert: Political Rhetoric Likely a Factor in Arizona Shooting,” concluded that Sarah Palin’s rhetoric “could have provided a facilitating context” for the Giffords shooting, though, again, there is no evidence Loughner was exposed to it.

By the loose standard of “facilitating context,” the unjust inclusion of the Family Research Council headquarters on a “hate map” otherwise filled with violent white nationalist organizations is a much more serious transgression-particularly when Corkins admits he used the map to learn about his target. And while Leo Johnson’s defining characteristics are his courage and character, as long as we’re talking about context, it’s worth pondering why the founder of a celebrated civil rights organization is obdurately unreflective about the role his SPLC played in the shooting of a black man.

Dees’s callous remarks only underscore the point that, unlike many of the more publicized incidents in recent years, the Family Research Council shooting actually warrants a discussion. If anyone is sincerely interested in frankly exploring politics and violence, Leo Johnson still works at the Family Research Council and walks past the bullet holes in the lobby every day. It might be worth asking him what he thinks. “I’ve worked here for 14 years. I know these people, I’ve worked closely with them, and I know what people they are,” he says. “So to label them a hate group is absurd. It’s absurd.”

August 15 marks the first anniversary of the attack on the FRC.  We must do everything we can to call attention to it. The SPLC’s lavish headquarters (the “poverty palace”) in Montgomery, Alabama should be the site of a demonstration. Of course, the left has huge foundations bankrolling “activists” who roll out campaigns that include demonstrations, social media, advertising, and other propaganda tools, and they have the support of the MSM. But we have the facts. The left is serially putting out the notion that the mere ideas of the right are equivalent to violence, and therefore merit retaliation with violence. This is a precursor to political violence and must be called out.

Start by read in Hemingway’s excellent piece here, which does so.

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My Name Is Mike Vanderboegh & I’m an Arms Smuggler ~ Video

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This is from AmmoLand.

I offer this without comment.

Sipsey Street Irregular's Mike Vanderboegh

Alabama –-(  My name is Mike Vanderboegh and I’m a smuggler. I am from the great free state of Alabama and I am a Three Percenter.

If you need to pigeonhole my politics I consider myself a Christian libertarian. I believe in free men, free markets, the rule of law under the Founder’s Republic and that the Constitution extends to everyone regardless of race, creed, color or religion.

I most especially believe in the right of the people to keep and bear arms as the ultimate guarantor of liberty.

I have also been called a “seditionist” by members of the current regime. If faithfully fulfilling my oath to the Founders’ Republic and unrelenting hostility to those who would undermine and overthrow it makes me a “seditionist” then I cheerfully plead guilty.

The Three Percent movement I founded has been denounced by that paragon of moral virtue Bill Clinton and I am a perennial “honorable mention” on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of dangerous folks. I have even been the subject of an eighteen and a half minute rant by Rachel Madcow on MSNBC and the current Attorney General of the United States knows — and despises — me by name because of the Fast and Furious scandal that, with my friend David Codrea, I broke the news of on the Internet. Eric Holder would not be surprised to know that the feeling is mutual.

The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence calls me an “insurrectionist” because I don’t believe, as they do, in a government monopoly of violence, but rather in a literal interpretation of the 2nd Amendment as a bulwark against tyranny. Well, as my friend Kurt Hofmann says, “It is better to be despised by the despicable than admired by the admirable” and I suppose my remarks here today will only reinforce my enemies’ opinions of me. I think I can bear the burden.

Yesterday was the anniversary of the battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775, but also of the liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto in 1943 and that of the Branch Davidians at Waco fifty years later to the day — two examples of what happens when governments exercise a monopoly of violence.

It is proper, then, to contemplate the lessons of the date in history — April 19th — then, now and in the near future. What I say now I say with reluctance, sadness and not a little bit of dread, but say it I must.


Neither do I believe that you consent, for you would not be here today if you did. But what I say is not easy to say nor easy to hear and many of you will not like it.

“An unconstitutional law is void.” So says the standard legal text American Jurisprudence. That is certainly true. The tricky part is how we are to make that point when the local, state and federal executive and legislative branches as well as the courts are in the hands of the domestic enemies of the Constitution. Every one who is currently trying to take away your right to arms starts out by saying “I support the 2nd Amendment.” Let me tell you a home truth from Alabama — Barack Obama supports the 2nd Amendment about as much as Adolf Hitler appreciated Jewish culture, or Joe Stalin believed in individual liberty. Believe what politicians do, not what they say.

So what shall we do about this current spate of tyranny breaking out all over?

The facsimile of a semi-automatic pistol that some of you hold in your hands was smuggled into your state from the South. Manufactured in Georgia, trans-shipped to Alabama, it came across your state line in the trunk of a car. The fact that the authorities of your state have not yet banned “sponge guns” is immaterial. It could as easily been a whole trunk full of real pistols. Indeed, before this year no one thought that other firearms and related items would ever be banned — but they have been. No one thought that the authorities of your state would pass laws making criminals out of the previously law-abiding — but they did. If they catch you violating their unconstitutional laws, they will — when they please — send armed men to work their will upon you. And people — innocent of any crime save the one these tyrants created — will die resisting them.

Yet despite the cost, these unconstitutional laws MUST be resisted. For if not now, when? And if not us, who? This is no longer a “slippery slope” leading to firearm registration and eventual confiscation — it is a precipice that some states have already plunged over and that the federal government threatens to follow. Arrests are happening NOW. When, if not now, shall we resist? Will we allow ourselves to be shoved back once again, from the free exercise of our God-given, natural and inalienable rights to liberty? — Shoved back once more, muttering but compliant?


The Founders knew how to answer such tyranny. When Captain John Parker — one of the three percent of American colonists who actively took the field against the King during the Revolution — mustered his Minutemen on Lexington Green, it was in a demonstration of ARMED civil disobedience. He might have retreated at the British approach, but he didn’t.

He might have ordered his men to lay down their arms, but he didn’t. His defiance was silent but plainly stated. A veteran of the French and Indian War, he did not want a war. He knew intimately the horrors of war. BUT HE ALSO KNEW THAT SOME THINGS ARE WORSE THAN WAR. The British could not tolerate his silent defiance — and someone fired a shot.

But even before the shot heard ’round the world, the colonists understood their weaknesses and their military needs and did something about it. They smuggled. They smuggled Dutch gunpowder and French flints. They smuggled tents and uniform cloth and artillery and ammunition.

Boston was the high headquarters of anti-British smuggling and John Hancock was its prime minister. Connecticut was a small empire built on patriotic smuggling. The colonists knew what to do and they did it, regardless of the risk — regardless of all the King’s ministers and the King’s soldiery.

They defied the King. They resisted his edicts. They evaded his laws and they smuggled. Lord above, did they smuggle.

Now we find ourselves in a similar situation. The new King Barack and his minions have determined to disarm us. We must determine to resist them.

No one wants a new civil war (except, apparently, the anti-constitional tyrants who passed these laws and the media toadies who cheer them on) but one is staring us in the face. Yes, a civil war is staring us in the face.

To think otherwise is to whistle past the graveyard of our own history. We must, if we wish to avoid armed conflict, get this message across to the collectivists who have declared their appetites for our liberty, our property and our lives –


Just like King George, such people will not care, nor modify their behavior, by what you say, no matter how loudly or in what numbers you say it. They will only pay attention to what you DO.

So defy them. Resist their laws. Evade them. Smuggle in what they command you not to have. Only by our ACTS will they be impressed. Then, if they mean to have a civil war, they will at least have been informed of the unintended consequences of their tyrannical actions. Again I say –

Defy. Resist. Evade. Smuggle. If you wish to stay free and to pass down that freedom to your children’s children you can do no less than to become the lawbreakers that they have unconstitutionally made of you. Accept that fact. Embrace it. And resolve to be the very best, most successful lawbreakers you can be.

One last thing before I go. On Thursday I smuggled a half-dozen 30 round AR-15 standard capacity magazines into Connecticut in deliberate disobedience of the new state diktat.

So to Martin Looney, Mike Williams, Larry Cafarro and John McKinney I’d like to say this:


And I’ll tell you something else. When the new ammo restrictions go into effect the first week of July, I’ll be back — with two full crates of 7.62×39 ball ammunition and I will transfer said ammunition into the hands of a Connecticut citizen without the state’s permission or paperwork.

And after I break their unconstitutional laws again, I’ll be sitting in Frank Pepe’s Pizza down in New Haven waiting for Looney and Company to come arrest me –



US Army labels Evangelicals, Catholics religious extremists


This is from Bizpac Review.

I resent being called a religious extremists.

The Religion of Peace is the extremists.

No one in the Evangelical Community advocates killing our female relatives because they are out without a male family member.

 The Catholic Church does not recommend murdering their members 

for leaving the Catholic faith.

Islam says this and more.

U.S. Army reserve unit in Pennsylvania lumped Catholicism and evangelical Christianity along with Hamas and al-Qaida as examples ofreligious extremism during an Equal Opportunity training brief.

The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty disagrees.


A religious extremist? Photo

“We find this offensive to have Evangelical Christians and the Catholic Church to be listed among known terrorist groups,” said its executive director, Ron Crews, Fox News reported. “It is dishonorable for any U.S. military entity to allow this type of wrongheaded characterization.”

Oddly, the Army also listed “Islamophobia” as an example of religious extremism, which, of course, is not a religion, but a fear.

Fox News contracted Army spokesman George Wright regarding the incident. He advised the agency that this was an “isolated incident not condoned by the Dept. of the Army.”

“This slide was not produced by the Army and certainly does not reflect our policy or doctrine,” he said. “It was produced by an individual without anyone in the chain of command’s knowledge or permission.”

The program’s presenter apologized and removed the slide after someone complained.

“We consider the matter closed,” Wright said.

The presentation first came to light by a participant who “considers himself an evangelical Christian and did not appreciate being classified with terrorists,” Crews told Fox News.

“There was a pervasive attitude in the presentation that anything associated with religion is an extremist.”

Fox News Radio’s Todd Starnes wrote that “The Archdiocese for the Military Services was shocked to learn that the Army considered Catholicism to be an example of extremism.”

Given that Catholicism is the world’s oldest form of Christianity, I can well imagine.

extremeists sign“The Archdiocese is astounded that Catholics were listed alongside groups that are, by their very mission and nature, violent and extremist,” the Archdiocese said in a statement.
They are calling for the Defense Department to “ensure that taxpayer funds are never again used to present blatantly anti-religious material to the men and women in uniform.”

It took very little digging to discover that the presenter, not an expert in the subject matter, got her information from an internet search — primarily from the Southern Poverty Law Center.

“Why is there such dependence upon the work of the SPLC to determine hate groups and extremist groups,” Crews said. “It appears that some military entities are using definitions of ‘hate’ and ‘extreme’ from the lists of anti-Christian political organizations. That violates the apolitical stance appropriate for the military.”

We used to refer to the future as “a brave new world,” from the title of an Aldous Huxley novel. There’s nothing “brave” about religious bigotry, and there;s nothing “new” about hate and distrust.




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This is from Patriot Update.

The victim mentality has been instilled in the youth of today.

Your a victim if some do gooder liberal group say so.

After being told they are victims these weak minded youths 

try to get their fifteen minutes of fame.

They fake a hate crime to get that fame.


Floyd Elliott, of Independence, Mo., told police that two subjects attacked him in the parking lot of his apartment complex. He said the attackers cut him in the stomach, branded him with a hot knife and attempted to carve the word “fag” on his forehead.

Investigators were suspicious about the report because the head carving was backwards, as if done while looking into a mirror. Later, Elliott admitted to police that the injuries were self-inflicted.
Can you say, Elliott stepped in it?

Friends, immediately after reading this report I had to look up the word “stupid” in the Webster’s 1828 dictionary. It’s defined as “very dull; insensible; senseless.” Stupid, I say, not only because he carved “fag” on his forehead backwards, but because he acted as if his contrived crime would go unpunished before the God who sees all things (Hebrews 4:13).

Considering that all crime is motivated by hate, oftentimes you have to examine the allegations of the supposed “hate crime” to make the distinction as to who is doing the hating.
It seems today that more often than not those that are decrying hate are the ones that are actually perpetuating it. They intend through deceptive measures to create monsters out of those who don’t agree with their lifestyles or political agendas and revert back to their carnal nature for distorted guidance, so in the end they can become the victim. Maybe this can explain why the radical homosexuals revert back to organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center, whose founder Morris Dees, in the 1960s, defended the KKK for their guilt of attacking the black communities. (
Guilty as Self-Inflicted

What happens when law enforcement looks a little deeper into their surfaced allegations and finds out that the alleged “victims” were actually the ones contriving and fabricating the crimes?
So let’s take a look into the minds of the distorted to see how far they are willing to go to further their agendas:
There is the famous contrived hate crime of Kerri Dunn at Claremont McKenna College. Dunn was scheduled to speak at a campus forum on racism. She shocked the audience by telling them that she had been the victim of a hate crime that very day. How convenient, or was it? Her car had been vandalized, its windows smashed, tires slashed. And profane, anti-Semitic graffiti covered the wreckage. The problem with her story was that two students saw her commit the crime herself. Dunn lost her job and also went to prison for lying to federal investigators and for insurance fraud. (She had claimed that $1,700 worth of items, including a laptop computer, had been stolen by the hate-crime bogeyman. These items were later found in a closet in Dunn’s home.) Oh, and by the way, she wasn’t even Jewish.

Deuteronomy 18:18-19 says, “And the judges shall make diligent inquisition: and, behold, if the witness be a false witness, and hath testified falsely against his brother; Then shall ye do unto him, as he had thought to have done unto his brother: so shalt thou put the evil away from among you.”
When people are held accountable for the crimes they themselves have contrived, then and only then will they fear to do it again. What a novel idea. Justice is the guardian of liberty. So, America, guard your liberty by bringing forth justice.

In Douglas County, Colorado, a lesbian couple called the police after they allegedly found the words “Kill the Gay” scrawled in red across their garage and a noose hanging from their front door.
Perhaps the women didn’t anticipate how seriously the issue would be treated, because nearly eight months later, with the full force of the FBI involved, authorities stated the women themselves were responsible for the acts. They were charged with both criminal mischief and false reporting, and one of the women, Aimee Whitchurch, faced an additional charge of forgery

(See the TV news report here.) They both pled guilty to the charges.

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Freedom under attack from public and private sector

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This is from Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership.

I am proud to be considered a problem by the SPCL.

The real threat to freedom is The Southern Poverty Law Center.

They are ignorant and uniformed.

Gun Owners are Patriots that are  trying to preserve Liberty.


By NWV News Writer Jim Kouri. March 14th 2013,

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Southern Poverty Law Center’s War on Patriots Revealed


SPLCGroups of American patriots are under attack not only by the federal government and some state governments, but also by some so-called public-interest watchdogs such as the Southern Poverty Law Center, according to a number of pro-American activists such as religious leader and prolific columnist Chuck Baldwin and constitutional attorney Larry Klayman founder of Freedom Watch and Judicial Watch.

On Tuesday, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released a report that claims the number of people dedicated to federal government overthrow is increasing especially after actions taken by the administration of President Barack Obama.

A growing number of Americans believe the federal government plans to confiscate weapons from citizens while Obama and his minions impose socialism.

The groups’ recruiting has been fueled by the stagnant economy, anxieties over illegal aliens being treated better than U.S. citizens, and their ability to push their ideas and conspiracy theories into the mainstream, the report said.

“As in the period before the Oklahoma City bombing, we now are seeing ominous threats from those who believe that the government is poised to take their guns,” wrote Richard Cohen, president of the Southern Poverty Law Center and a member of the Department of Homeland Security working group on violent extremism.

Oathkeepers“The SPLC’s list of so-called ‘hate groups’ includes the organizationOathkeepers with its membership of military and law enforcement veterans, but the list fails to mention groups such as Occupy Wall Street, whose members have rioted, defecated in public parks, damaged police vehicles and in some cases raped women in their ‘tent cities,'” said former NYPD detective Samuel Dirksen.

“While mentioning dozens of well-known conservative groups, SPLC is silent about groups such as the anti-American leftist group Code Pink, the anti-Semitic Free Gaza, and the militant, pro-gay organization Bash Back!, which has chapters in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Ill., Memphis, Tenn., Denver, Colo., Milwaukee, Wisc., upstate New York and Lansing, as well as the Alliance of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Students (LGBTS), which targets churches” said Dirksen.

“If you’re not left-wing, then you’re a hate group, it seems,” Dirksen added.

The Southern Poverty Law Center said in statements sent to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano that “patriot groups now hold the potential for a wave of domestic terrorism. The groups overshadow the danger posed by more traditional hate groups — neo-Nazis and others dedicated against blacks, Latinos, Catholics and Muslims, for example, the report found. The group’s letter urged federal officials to create a new task force to assess federal resources devoted to the threat.”

“In other words, the SPLC is advising left-wing political hacks Holder and Napolitano to forget about Islamic terrorists, organized crime gangs, criminal aliens and other lawless groups and concentrate on patriotic American citizens who oppose Big Government, Statism, and New World Order actions by politicians,” said attorney and political strategist Mike Baker.

Patriot groups have been classified by the law center as hate organizations because their anti-government sentiment is always painted as racist. There are many who fear everyday crime and what appears to be a looming race war, in spite of the fact that America’s President and many top government officials are Blacks, Hispanics and homosexuals.

Don't treadAnd where is the SPLC’s evidence of this rising tide of “crazy” American patriots? One incident that occurred in 2011: Law enforcement officers in 2011 intercepted one patriot group member headed towards El Paso, Texas, where he planned to equip patriot groups near the U.S.-Mexico border with devices from his arsenal (?) of homemade explosive devices.

The Southern Poverty Law Center also singled out individuals they claim are inciting the growth of patriot groups.

For example their report mentions:

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) proposed a law that would nullify any executive gun control actions by Obama, accusing the president of having a “king complex.” U.S. Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.) said the president could be impeached for those actions. State lawmakers in Arizona, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee proposed laws that sought to prevent federal gun control from applying to their states.

Richard Mack, a former Arizona sheriff who sued the Clinton administration over the Brady Bill’s imposition of background checks on gun buyers, claims that of 200 sheriffs he’d met with, most “have said they would lay down their lives first rather than allow any more federal control.”

Matt Barber of the anti-gay Liberty Counsel said he feared that the nation, which he described as already on the brink of civil unrest, was headed for “a second civil war.” “Freedom ends. Tyranny begins,” tweeted Fox News Radio host Todd Starnes. “Get ready,” said. “Right now government gun grabbing plans are being covertly organized.”

Chuck Baldwin, a Montana-based Patriot leader long associated with the Constitution Party, made the claim that Christ had ordered his disciples to carry “their own personal arms” and vowed to refuse to register or surrender his firearms.

The Oath Keepers, a Patriot group of current and former military and law enforcement officials, who issued a threat – “MESSAGE TO THE OATH BREAKERS AND TRAITORS: We will never disarm” – and added that gun control plans were “unconstitutional filth.” Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman called the proposals “a declaration of war against the American people” and demanded “liberation” from the “evil clutches” of proponents.

International SocialismEven before the election last year, Patriots sounded ready for action: “Our Federal Government is just a tool of International Socialism now, operating under UN Agendas not our American agenda,” the United States Patriots Union wrote last year in a letter “sent to ALL conservative state legislators, all states.”

“This means that freedom and liberty must be defended by the states under their Constitutional Balance of Power, or we are headed to Civil War wherein the people will have no choice but to take matters into their own hands.”



SPLC Targets Patriot Groups as “Non-Islamic Domestic Terrorists”


This is from Godfather Politics.

The Southern Poverty Law Center is a bunch of kooks.

The SPLC sees evil were there is is not any evil.

The SPLC does not see evil where it exists.

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Fund raising must be down at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). Because the KKK and skin-head groups are a distant memory, the folks at the SPLC have worked feverishly to find radial bad guys so the money will keep rolling in. Their new phantom targets are “far right hate groups.” Mark Potok, the so-called “Senior Fellow” at the SPLC, wrote the following in its Spring 2013 Intelligence Report:

“Capping four years of explosive growth sparked by the election of America’s first black president and anger over the economy, the number of conspiracy-minded antigovernment ‘Patriot’ groups reached an all-time high of 1,360 in 2012, while the number of hard-core hate groups remained above 1,000. As President Obama enters his second term with an agenda of gun control and immigration reform, the rage on the right is likely to intensify.”

J. Richard Cohen, President & CEO, of the SPLC sent a letter to Attorney General Holder and Secretary Janet Napolitano of the Department of Homeland Security with this outrageous charge: “Because of the looming dangers, we urge you to establish an interagency task force to assess the adequacy of the resources devoted to responding to the growing threat of non-Islamic domestic terrorism.”

A patriot group is identified as a group of individuals who are opposed to “gun control” and “immigration reform,” both of which are constitutional issues. If you stand against the President and other anti-Second Amendment advocates, then you are a “conspiracy-minded antigovernment ‘Patriot.’”

If immigration reform means advocating amnesty for illegal aliens who will be used as political fodder for the Democrat Party, then you are a “conspiracy-minded antigovernment ‘Patriot.’”

The SPLC is in the fund-raising business. They have to create straw man targets in order to keep the checks coming in.

Of course, the SPLC had to make its report about race: “the election of America’s first black president.” But in the same report, Potok mentions that anti-government sentiment over gun control goes back to the 1990s when Bill Clinton was president. While Clinton was touted as America’s “first black president,” he is white as the driven snow. I suspect that he was described as our “first black president” so that criticism directed against his liberal policies could be labeled “racist.”

Where are the actions of these “far-right militia groups”? It wasn’t militia groups that killed people in the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater or the elementary students in Newtown, Connecticut.

In fact, there hasn’t been a single “far-right militia group” incident since Obama’s been president. We do know that Floyd Lee Corkins, who opened fire at the Family Research Council, injuring a guard before he was subdued, was not a far-right militia type. In fact, he was in full agreement with the “hate-group” label stamped on many conservative groups.

Tony Perkins, president of the FRC, blamed the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate group” label as a contributor to Corkins’ actions. After Corkins pleaded guilty, Perkins said the following:

“The day after Floyd Corkins came into the FRC headquarters and opened fire wounding one of our team members, I stated that while Corkins was responsible for the shooting, he had been given a license to perpetrate this act of violence by groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center which has systematically and recklessly labeled every organization with which they disagree as a ‘hate group.’

“Today both assertions were validated in court as Corkins plead guilty to multiple criminal charges, including terrorism. The Southern Poverty Law Center can no longer say that it is not a source for those bent on committing acts of violence.  Only by ending its hate-labeling practices will the SPLC send a message that it no longer wishes to be a source for those who would commit acts of violence that are only designed to intimidate and silence Christians and others who support natural marriage and traditional morality.

Corkins was carrying 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches in his bag when he was taken into custody. He wanted to kill people and put a bag next to each victim. The SPLC had designated the Family Research Council as a “hate group” because of the organization’s views on homosexual practices and homosexual marriage.

The SPLC never lists Leftist groups as “hate groups.” It’s only organizations and groups on the so-called right of the political and social spectrum. When homosexual groups targeted people who supported California’s anti-homosexual marriage ‘Proposition 8,’ the SPLC remained silent.

The SPLC is nothing more than a fund-raising machine for leftist causes and high salaries for leftist propagandists. As Jesse Walker of Reason magazine has written, the SPLC “would paint a box of Wheaties as an extremist threat if it thought that would help it raise funds.

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The Legacy-of-Slavery Excuse Debunked

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This is from the Patriot Update.

The folks at the Southern Poverty Law Center are nuts.

They make some of the most outrageous claims about race.

I like the BS line about the burden of the legacy of slavery.

The Great Society is the problem with black families.

The black families are fatherless.

A local school district in Florida is being sued by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) because more of its black students as a percentage of the student population are disciplined than white students.  The SPLC claims this is because black students are unfairly singled out for punishment.  Apparently no one at the SPLC thought to ask the obvious question: Could it be that more black students break the rules than white students?  After all, even a cursory examination of the data state or nationwide will show that absenteeism, tardiness, poor grades, high dropout rates, drug use, and violent crime are higher among black students than white, Asian, or Hispanic students.

However, liberals and their leftwing organizations tend to ignore data that does not support their preconceived notions or fit their political agendas.  Liberals simply ignore the data on absenteeism, tardiness, bad grades, dropout rates, drug use, and crime for black students, and when they cannot ignore it they have a ready-made excuse to explain it away: the legacy of slavery.  According to liberal apologists, black students who perform poorly in school do so because they still carry the burden of slavery in their genes.

But the “legacy” excuse quickly breaks down because there are plenty of young black students who not only perform well in school, but out perform their white, Asian, and Hispanic counterparts, and these high achievers carry the same so-called legacy burden as other black students.  A widely-recognized example of such a high achiever is Dr. Ben Carson, the world-renowned brain surgeon.   As a young black student from the inner city, Dr. Carson had all of the disadvantages that liberals use to excuse black students who perform poorly. But Carson refused to make excuses.  Instead he studied hard, persevered, and transformed his life.  Now he spends his time saving lives.

The hard truth that liberals refuse to accept is that black students who do poorly in school do so for the same reasons as other students who do poorly: because they do not take school seriously.  If they go to school at all, they misbehave, skip classes, and refuse to cooperate with teachers, complete assignments, do homework, or study.  And if this kind of behavior is not bad enough, these marginal students use peer pressure, intimidation, and beatings to hold back other black students who are serious about school. One of the most dangerous things a young black student can do in some schools is work hard to succeed.

Conservative economist Walter Williams had this to say about the legacy-of-slavery excuse: “A ‘legacy of slavery’ surely cannot explain problems among blacks, unless we assume it skips whole generations.  In my book ‘Race and Economics’ (Hoover Press, 2011), I cite studies showing that in New York in 1925, 85 percent of black households were two-parent households.  In 1880 in Philadelphia, three-quarters of black families were composed of two parents and children…Both during slavery and as late as 1920, a black teenage girl raising a child without a man present was rare.”

There is a strong correlation between the school performance of black students—as well as other students—and their home situation.  The point Professor Williams makes in his book is that the modern welfare state has crippled the black family and rendered it fatherless.  Consequently, too many young blacks are growing up with no father to provide expectations, hold them accountable, and to guide them in achieving meeting expectations.  I agree with Dr. Williams, about the effect of the welfare state on the black family and its corresponding effect on the school performance of black students. But even a less-than-desirable home situation should not be used as an excuse for thumbing one’s nose at education.  In fact, it should just make black students—as well as white, Asian, and Hispanic students—even more determined to use school as the means of breaking the cycle of welfare and throwing off the shackles of dependency and despair.

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