Couple left 3 young kids in frigid SUV while they hit up a casino, cops say

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This is from Fox 29 News.

Care to bet this Son and Daughter of Obama were drawing welfare and food stamps for their illegitimate children.

Jarrett Nelson and Ebony Walker, accused of leaving three kids in a car in a Parx parking lot

Jarrett Nelson and Ebony Walker, accused of leaving three kids in a car in a Parx parking lot

– Two parents were arrested over the weekend for leaving three children unattended in a car while they spent over an hour inside PARX Casino.

Bensalem Township Police Department, the two parents- identified as 39 year old Jarrett Nelson and 30 year old Ebony Walker- left three children, aged 1, 3, and 8, in the car for one hour and thirty-eight minutes. The children, discovered by PARX security, were unharmed.

Both were arrested and charged with Endangering the Welfare of Children and Recklessly Endangering Another Person.


Slavery Reparation Demands are Pure Entitlement Nonsense

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This is from Patriot UpDate.

Blacks have gotten reparations since Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society.

It is called welfare and food stamps.


“So you think that people who never owned slaves should be required to pay reparations to people who never were slaves.” This was a comment made by an individual in a class I taught recently in which the issue of slavery reparations was raised. Interestingly, the individual who made this comment is black and the one who proposed reparations is white. Reparations are an ill-conceived concept advocated by people who think they are owed because blacks were once enslaved in America. Those pushing for reparations are predictable: Louis Farrakhan and Al Sharpton are two of the most vocal advocates. In fact, Farrakhan has gone beyond the borders of the United States with his reparations road show.

Failing to gain any traction in America for slavery reparations, Louis Farrakhan took his entitlement message to the Caribbean last year. In Jamaica he demanded that the Pope endorse slavery reparations to atone for the supposed sins of the Catholic Church. “Project 2019” is a white paper that sets out the case for slavery reparations to be paid by taxing U.S. citizens (although its author admits that seeking reparations is probably a waste of time and effort that could be put to better use in other causes for black Americans).

Reparation demands will probably be with us for a while because they grow out of the entitlement mentality that has become deeply engrained in so many Americans. But demands for slavery reparations are just that: pure entitlement nonsense. In fact, they are an example of race hustling at its worse. Americans of good will are working hard to bridge the racial gap that still exists in our country and bring about a state of racial harmony; something that would benefit Americans of all races. Unfortunately, there are still a few people who view racial discord as an opportunity to be exploited—think of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton—people best viewed as race hustlers. Race hustlers continue to fan the flames of racial discord as a means to keep themselves relevant, maintain power, and fatten their wallets. The biggest fear of race hustlers is that people in America will do what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. recommended: judge people by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin. If this ever happens the days of race hustling are over.

Fearing exactly this, race hustlers have long sought a way to really pour fire on the embers of racial discord. The more progress people of good faith make in bridging the racial divide in America, the more frantic race hustlers have become in seeking a burning issue that will ensure them of more years, if not decades, of relevance and financial security. The more entrepreneurial of the race hustlers think they have hit upon just the issue: slavery reparations. As race hustles go, this one must look inviting to people who benefit from racial discord because it appeals to them on so many different levels. There are the feelings harbored by some black Americans who know their history and understandably resent aspects of it, there is the growing entitlement mentality in American society, there is white guilt, and, finally, there is the always enticing element of money.

My view is that those who captured, transported, traded, and owned slaves should have been made to pay reparations to those they enslaved 150 years or so ago when slaves and masters were still alive. Reparations assessed at that time would not have erased the blight on humanity that slavery represented, but they would have at least been an attempt at justice. Speaking of justice, this is why I disagree advocates of slavery reparations who want American citizens alive today to be taxed to pay reparations to black Americans. If the goal of reparations is justice, where is the justice in asking Americans who are living today to pay for the sins of Americans who died long ago, sins they played no part in and owing to the span of time involved could not have stopped? How can a person alive today possibly be culpable for sins committed 200 or more years ago?

Further, what about Hispanic and Asian Americans? Should they be required to pay? What about Americans of mixed racial heritage? Should they be required to pay? What about the fact that a high percentage of Americans living today trace their lineage to immigrants who came to America after the Civil War? Should they be allowed to pay? What about descendants of black people who themselves owned slaves? Should they be required to pay? What about descendants of white Americans who helped slaves escape bondage? Should they be required to pay?

To race hustlers, slavery reparations must look like a promising issue on which to hang their hats, not to mention their wallets. Their thinking probably goes something like this: If we make enough noise about this issue and stir up enough guilt, maybe pandering politicians will go along with reparations just to shut us up. But on more careful consideration, the idea of reparations is not just fraught with difficulties; it is the result of twisted logic, entitlement, and greed. Society cannot right one wrong by perpetrating another. You do not establish justice for one man by inflicting injustice on another.

Look into this issue and you will notice right away that slavery reparations advocates do not limit their expectations of payment to just the direct descendants of slave traders and slave owners. This is not because they acknowledge that even direct descendants played no role in the heinous activities of their forbearers. The descendants of slave owners and slave traders weren’t even alive in those dark days of America’s history, nor would they be for a long time. Obviously, people cannot be held responsible—legally, ethically, or morally—for things they did not do and could not prevent. But this is not why reparations advocates choose not to focus on the descendants of slave traders and slave owners. The real reason is the very essence of expedience: money. There are not enough direct descendants of slave traders and slave owners alive in America today to generate the kind of money advocates are hoping to receive. Better for the pocketbooks of race hustlers if all Americans have to pay into the proposed fund and let justice be damned.

Another important question is this: Who would administer a reparations fund? Actually, reparations advocates have already answered this question. The plan is to ask “black leaders” to administer the reparations fund and make decisions concerning how to distribute any money that would be collected. Now there’s a plan. Besides this approach being a formula certain to encourage cronyism, graft, and corruption—that much power coupled with that much money is certain to corrupt, just look at Congress—who is going to choose the black leaders to administer the fund and who is going to oversee their decisions?

Slavery was an abomination, not just to America but to humanity. I state this as a given. However, expecting reparations to be paid by people who did not live during the slavery era, have never owned slaves, and in all likelihood are not even distantly related to slave owners of the past is a bad idea; an idea that is not fair, just, or logical. In fact, the demand for slavery reparations is little more than an example of the entitlement mentality run amok and being pushed by people who are interested in receiving money they don’t deserve from people who don’t owe it to them.

State Dept’s Marie Harf Comes Up With a Mind-Numbing Excuse for Why We ‘Can’t Kill’ ISIS

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This is from Independent Journal Review.

I guess we will let them apply for welfare and food stamps then we can set around a campfire hold hands and sing  kumbaya.

State Department spokesperson Marie Harf told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews that killing ISIS militants is not a strategy for defeating the radical Islamist terror group.

Matthews asked Harf if America was “killing enough of them,” referring to members of ISIS. Harf responded:

“We’re killing a lot of them and we’re going to keep killing more of them. So are the Egyptians, so are the Jordanians. They’re in this fight with us. But we cannot win this war by killing them. We cannot kill our way out of this war. We need in the medium to longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s lack of opportunity for jobs…”

Matthews responded by challenging the notion that the root cause of radical Islamic terrorism can be solved through socio-economic solutions:

“We’re not going to be able to stop that in our lifetime or fifty lifetimes. There’s always going to be poor people. There’s always going to be poor Muslims, and as long as there are poor Muslims, the trumpet’s blowing and they’ll join. We can’t stop that, can we?”

Harf continued to trumpet the Obama administration’s position that ISIS terrorists are really just misguided, poor kids who don’t have an opportunity to make money.

“What makes these seventeen-year-old kids pick up an AK-47 instead of starting a business? Maybe we can try to chip away at this problem,” she concluded.

Despite Harf’s position, President Obama has requested Congress expand his Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF).


6 Things White People Say That Mean “The N-Word”

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This is from Joe For America.

These were originally posted in The Atlanta Black Star.

What a warped mind it takes to believe and spread this nonsense.


There are a whole new batch of words people are not just afraid of, but they’re so scary they no doubt mean the same thing as invoking the “N-WORD”!! I assume that it’s cool for blacks and maybe latinos and certainly liberal Democrats to still use them, but whitey conservative – listen up – you’re on thin ice and when it breaks, the thought police will be under it:

From The Atlanta BlackStar:


As Richard Sherman (plays for the Seattle Seahawks) pointed out after receiving criticism about his post Super Bowl interview, “It seems like [thug] is the acceptable way of calling someone the n word nowadays. Substituting the word thug doesn’t disguise the negative association with Black people.”

Urban/Inner City

The Black community is often referred to as urban or inner city when people are uncomfortable talking about Black people or where they live.

State’s Rights

During the Civil Rights Movement, politicians used racially coded appeals and words such as “state’s rights” to try and capitalize on the racial anxiety during that time.

Welfare and Food Stamps

When President Lyndon Johnson wanted welfare to include a racial component, it became possible to associate welfare with helping minorities. The same stigma is used with food stamps today. When Newt Gingrich called Obama “the food stamp” president, everyone knew what word he really was using.

Law and Order

During the Civil Rights Movement, the opposition said that “Law and Order” was needed to handle the racial tension and civil rights protests. In other words, we need to control the Blacks.

Cut taxes

Making the poor and people of color sound more threatening, cutting taxes has long been racial code for not using tax payer money to help Black and brown people.

So there you have it. No more of this bigoted blather and I don’t want any excuses like “I was talking about the show ‘Law & Order’ – I swear” or “Heading over to Urban Outfitters to pick up some old-school kicks, homie – want to slide by the ColdStone Creamery afterwards?”

And talking about reducing taxes, using the “C” word (rhymes with ‘nut’) is right out. According to the Atlanta BlackStar, cutting taxes is for bigots only. Oops~… Wait, I said ‘cutting’.. whew – wouldn’t want to lose my job, be fined, shamed, or thrown off campus.
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