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Obama’s tax lies brought communism to America’s door

29 Jun

Make no mistake President Obama and his administration handlers lied and sold America a tax deception disguised as a health care law that will usher in a new age of socialism and old style communistic practices that would make Stalin blush. With the U.S. Supreme Courts upholding of the bulk of the Obama-careless bill, Americans will be saddled with the largest taxation ever experienced in the history of this nation. Yet, how did we arrive at this precipitous juncture in a nation which has at its foundation set in constitutional bedrock to protect its citizens from the nefarious acts of presidential dilatants.

After the 2008 presidential election, which ushered in the Obama administration’s new Hope and Change approach to American democracy, in 2 plus years, the president has managed to leave Americans more hopeless, and left our constitutional guaranteed protections of individual and 10th amendment state sovereignty on the legal dust heap of dismantled rights.

Yet, on Thursday with the 5-4 decision of the U.S. Supreme Court, the tax-lie which Obama managed to hide with great deceit from the American public has come out into the bright and shining socialist daylight to point a new course for America. The president’s schemes of deception about “swearing to uphold the laws of the United States when he took his oath of office were cloaked misrepresentations of biblical proportion.

Obama’s behavior as described in the bible:

Proverbs 6:16-19, “These six things doth the LORD hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren.”

So truly it is not surprising that a public leader like the president would lie with as much ease and efficiency as Obama has managed, despite the loud protestations of conservative leaders like Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and others who have advocated mightily against his misuse and abuse of presidential power and authority.

Be quite clear, America is not a nation of docile sheep just waiting for the next presidential fiat to fall upon their heads. America is a nation of patriots and supporters of conservative principles and values that have been nurtured in the garden of biblical doctrine and ideals. So Obama’s attempts to convert America into the next communistic or socialistic society shall not prosper. Because true independence is always in the hearts, minds and spirits of Americans, who are willing to act on their deeply held beliefs.

Now, in America, let this open breach against constitutional law and state rights and sovereignty be the clarion call to rally for relief from autocratic communist rule, and not just on election day. This action must be organized and pursued now, in living rooms and kitchens, farm fields and offices, suburban and city churches and at local community meetings.

Now is the time to make real the magnificent declarations of our constitutional republic. Sign up not just to vote, but to elect true patriot leaders, who will stand and advocate for a congress that will act, a president who will lead and an America that is truly American with life, liberty, justice and one nation under God.



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9 Jun


9 Jun

What a proud record.

First President to refuse to show a valid birth certificate.
First President to apply for college aid as a foreign student, then deny he was a foreigner.
First President to have a social security number from a state he has never lived in.
First President to preside over a cut to the credit rating of the United States.
First President to violate the War Powers Act.
First President to be held in contempt of court for illegally obstructing oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
First President to defy a Federal Judges court order to cease implementing the Health Care Reform Law.
First President to require all Americans to purchase a product from a third party.
First President to spend a trillion dollars on shovel-ready jobs and later admit there was no such thing as shovel-ready jobs.
First President to abrogate bankruptcy law to turn over control of companies to his union supporters.
First President to by-pass Congress and implement the Dream Act through executive fiat.
First President to order a secret amnesty program that stopped the deportation of illegal immigrants across the U.S., including those with criminal convictions.
First President to demand a company hand-over $20 billion to one of his political appointees.
First President to terminate America’s ability to put a man in space.
First President to encourage racial discrimination and intimidation at polling places.
First President to have a law signed by an auto-pen without being present.
First President to arbitrarily declare an existing law unconstitutional and refuse to enforce it.
First President to threaten insurance companies if they publicly speak-out on the reasons for their rate increases.
First President to tell a major manufacturing company in which state they are allowed to locate a factory.
First President to file lawsuits against the states he swore an oath to protect (AZ, WI, OH, IN).
First President to withdraw an existing coal permit that had been properly issued years ago.
First President to fire an inspector general of Ameri-corps for catching one of his friends in a corruption case.
First President to appoint 45 Czars to replace elected officials in his office.
First President to golf 73 separate times in his first two and a half years in office.
First President to hide his medical, educational and travel records.
First President to win a Nobel Peace Prize for doing NOTHING to earn it.
First President to coddle American enemies while alienating Americas allies.
First President to publicly bow to Americas enemies while refusing to salute the U.S. Flag.
First President to go on multiple global apology tours.
First President to go on 17 lavish vacations, including date nights and Wednesday evening White House parties for his friends, paid for by the taxpayer.
First President to refuse to wear the U.S. Flag lapel pin.
First President to have 22 personal servants (taxpayer funded) for his wife.
First President to keep a dog trainer on retainer for $102,000.00 a year at taxpayer expense.
First President to repeat “the Holy Qur’an tells us,” and openly admit “the early morning call of the Azan (Islamic call to worship) is the most beautiful sound on earth.”
First President to claim that America is not a Christian nation.
First President to fly his dog in its own private plane (Muslim practice).
First President to publicly mock, make fun of, and assign names to, America, and her people.
First President to speak against Israel.


8 Jun

Foreign Workers Continue to Gain Jobs at a Higher Rate than the Native-born

26 Mar

The Pew Hispanic Center has released a new report that found that “Foreign-born workers are…experiencing a faster rate of growth in employment than native-born workers.” This continues a trend that began at the start of the economic “recovery” in June 2009, and it highlights the fact that our immigration system is operating to the detriment of American workers.

Given the influence of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other special interest groups that push for an increased immigration level, it should surprise no one that even in the midst of the worst unemployment America has seen in the past 30 years, our government continues to admit millions of foreign workers every year, with some politicians campaigning for even higher levels of admissions – Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Scott Brown (R-Mass.) being the latest.

While not surprising, it is troubling, and Pew’s findings highlight just how empty all the rhetoric is about the strength of the American economy. According to Pew, “Although the recovery added 3 million jobs from 2009 to 2011, that was merely sufficient to keep pace with the growth in the working-age population since 2009. From 2007 to 2009, the recession created a shortfall of about 11 million jobs and that gap is still largely present.” Most disturbing is that the employment level for immigrant workers is back to its pre-recession level, while the employment level for native-born workers is 4.8 million below what was at the end of 2007.


Who Is The Armed Citizen?

18 Mar

Jacksie King was an elderly grandmother who lived in a small Illinois house on dead-end Gaty Avenue since her youth. At 87, she mostly stayed at home and enjoyed frequent visits from her daughter.

Her life changed one December night when an unidentified intruder cut her phone lines, pried the security bars off her window and invaded her home. After severely beating her, the man robbed her house and escaped. The case was never solved.

Two months later, King awoke to the sound of an intruder breaking through her storm door at 2 a.m. As before, the bars were pried off her window to access an enclosed porch, and again the phone lines were cut. King reached for her only remaining lifeline—a .38-cal. Colt revolver her daughter had given her for protection.

This time the would-be victim fired, striking 49-year-old Larry Tillman in the chest, immediately dropping him on the doorstep. Terrified, King stayed in her chair for four hours, clutching her revolver, until her daughter arrived. Police later learned Tillman was a career criminal with an extensive record, including residential robbery.

The fact that keeping and bearing arms actually works is a point of pride for patriots and gun owners everywhere.

Unfortunately, anti-gun groups and their conspiring cohorts in the media would have you think otherwise. Sure, they’ll report the occasional incident when a person is injured in an accidental shooting. And stories of firearms misuse by criminals are sure to lead nearly every newscast and take many top headlines.

Yet, despite what critics and the media would have you and other Americans think, successful defensive gun usage is far more common than even those on our side of the debate tend to understand. Successful defensive use of firearms in the United States actually occurs literally thousands of times a day.

The Right, the Need Researchers, both public and private, have estimated total defensive gun uses at between 800,000 and 2.5 million times per year. To many, that’s a difficult reality to accept since we don’t hear the hundreds of armed citizen stories that should be reported daily.

Mainstream news agencies focused on national news rarely bother to report local shootings in Boise, Bismarck or Bozeman because they see no relevance to the national perspective. They’re wrong, of course, but we’re not in the control rooms so we can’t change the coverage.

Instead, the solution is to spread the word when someone uses a firearm in self-defense—to have a place where these stories are collected from local news outlets and reprinted for all to see. That’s what the “Armed Citizen” column in America’s 1st Freedom and other NRA official journals has done so well for many years, and is the most popular of all offerings to readers. As such stories accumulate, the national perspective begins to emerge—not only is there a Right to Keep and Bear Arms, but there is an urgent need.

Such stories are also likely to sway pacifists and politicians. Despite research, discussion with someone who has never fired, or even held, a gun, or who has never been in a potentially violent situation, is generally framed in abstract terms due to a lack of knowledge or experience. There’s no substitute for direct experience, yet we can’t take every critic to the range for a practice session, and we certainly can’t expose each one to the horror and dread of facing a violent situation while utterly defenseless.

Thus, providing a place where these ordinary citizens can read the testimonies and true success stories from thousands of armed citizens across the United States becomes increasingly important.

The Civilian Gun Defense blog ( is one such place. It contains no opinion, no preaching, no commentary. It hosts only stories of defensive gun use documented by local media sources around the country. While most defensive uses go unreported by local media, some do make it on the air and into print.

According to our extensive research at the Civilian Gun Defense blog, from 2003 to 2009, there have been more than 4,100 defensive gun uses documented through local media outlets. While that 4,100 is obviously just a fraction of the millions of victims saved by defensive gun use over that period, for analysis purposes it is an ideal sample.

Historically, one of the weaknesses in arguing the issue has been the lack of research—beyond knowing that self-defense occurs, we have very few specifics. Now, with such an extensive archive available for a period of years, a systematic study offers some illuminating results.

What We Learn One of the first things we learn through analysis of media-documented self-defense episodes is that no place is “safe”—no matter the place, time of day, neighborhood or crowds, no matter how unlikely an area is for a violent confrontation. Criminals do not confine their actions to dark alleys between the witching hours of dusk and dawn. Whether it’s mothers unloading groceries from their cars, senior citizens sleeping peacefully in their homes, young adults at parties, or convenience store clerks working behind the checkout counter all have had their lives imperiled by criminals, and all have been grateful to reach for their firearms to defend themselves.

That being said, from our research it is apparent that some crimes are more common than others.

The most frequently reported crime prevented by armed citizens has been home invasion. The 1,067 home invasions thwarted by armed citizens comprise more than one-fourth of the total count. Some involve prior contact or some form of domestic abuse, but the vast majority are apparently random attacks. Clearly, the right and ability to own firearms and have them accessible within the home is the bare minimum for self-defense.

Having firearms handy at work proves just as essential. Approximately 25 percent of documented defensive gun uses occurred in places of business.

One such case of defensive gun use in July 2009 prevented an armed robber from shooting customers. Having shot the store’s owner, the gunman was preparing to shoot others when one customer pulled his “cowboy-style” .45 revolver and challenged him.

During the crossfire, the robber ran out of ammunition and was shot by the armed citizen.

As customers urged their armed defender to “finish off” the gunman, the citizen refused, saying later that he didn’t believe he would have been justified in shooting a man whose gun was empty. The robber, who incidentally was not even allowed to legally own a firearm, attempted to flee, but later succumbed to his wounds and died.

While defense in homes and businesses gives ample reason to embrace armed self-defense, in truth the need extends well beyond these walls. Other crimes such as street robbery, carjacking and road rage make a compelling case for keeping a gun within reach when one is away from the home or workplace.

A great example is a shopper in Pennsylvania who was loading his purchases in the car when he was accosted by a gunman who demanded money. The armed citizen, licensed to carry, only pulled his handgun after the robber began shooting, and was able to put an end to the incident. An Arkansas couple faced a similar threat in a store parking lot when an armed robber tried to assault the wife and steal her purse. The permit holder grabbed his gun and ordered the man to stop. When he refused, the citizen shot the man.

These stories, and thousands more like them, clearly affirm the need for personal carry of firearms. But there is another lurking factor about defensive gun use that is seldom discussed; displaying a firearm is often as effective as firing one. A few examples:

A senior citizen permit-holder displaying a gun to repel a man accosting him with a knife in a Pennsylvania eatery;

A doctor eating at a Washington restaurant, confronting a deranged robber and ordering him out;

A college student in South Carolina brandishing a handgun to fend off an enraged, bat-wielding driver.

Stories like these often go unreported, but a solid 12 percent of defensive gun uses documented by the Civilian Gun Defense blog actually occurred without a defender firing a single shot.

In fact, of the incidents where shots were fired, 16 percent did not strike the perpetrator. Of those hit, only 52 percent of the criminals died. It’s a twist on what gun critics would have you believe—firearms also may be one of the best “nonlethal” weapons!

The Flipside And what about the accidents? What about those drunken rampages, or the armed citizens who have their guns taken away and used against them, as those in opposition to firearm ownership frequently argue?

Actually, only four accidental shootings during armed self-defense episodes were documented in our sample; tragic, but statistically insignificant in the big picture. In situations involving impairment, only perpetrators were acting under the influence of alcohol or mental illness. Some of these unfortunate perpetrators (usually intoxicated persons) mistakenly broke into a home they thought was theirs and were shot by a frightened homeowner. (Since impaired persons can and do pose threats, law enforcement ruled the shootings justified.)

Note that being an armed citizen does not guarantee total safety; in the 4,100 incidents, 199 defenders were shot and 31 were killed while defending themselves or others. In the reports used for this study, these numbers represent a 5 percent injury rate and less than 1 percent fatality rate for armed citizens. Because these incidents are more likely to be reported, the real rates are likely even lower. This study does not address whether these rates would be higher or lower for passive compliance.

As for those clever and dexterous criminals who can snatch a loaded firearm from a defender’s hand, the ones you always hear about from the gun-ban crowd, a quaint irony presents itself. In this analysis, the opposite is far more common. Among the surveyed incidents, a defender’s gun was taken away and used against him or her only seven times. Criminals’ guns were used against them nearly 200 times! (Note that research methods used to filter news stories for shootings do not bias the tally either way.)

Who Shoots? Many news agencies decline to identify the defenders in order to protect their identity, concealing even the gender. From stories that did identify, the vast majority in our analysis were males, with only 11 percent of shooters being women. (Coupled with this is the fact that 95 percent of offenders were male.) Senior citizens, defined as persons over the age of 65, used firearms in their own defense 171 times (around 5 percent of total uses).

Many anti-gun advocates would grudgingly allow ownership of rifles and shotguns if they could ban all handguns. Armed citizens, however, beg to differ. Of stories identifying defender firearms, 79 percent involved handguns. Shotguns were used only 15 percent of the time, and rifles 6 percent. The message is clear: Banning handguns would remove the most common means of self-defense for most people.

Earlier we stated that bullets did not always find their mark in armed exchanges. However, hit ratios for civilians may actually be much higher than for law enforcement personnel.

In confrontational shootings, studies show police hit their targets between 13 percent and 25 percent of the time. Of the incidents analyzed in this study, civilians hit their targets 84 percent of the time. This comparison does not account for the number of shots fired, only hits or misses. Nevertheless, it gives us a statistical basis to refute claims that only police should have firearms or that civilian shooters are largely ineffective in emergencies.

Conclusion In many ways, the story of Jacksie King embodies the exact reason why firearms must always be accessible to citizens. Pacifists, anti-gun activists and critics reading self-defense stories will nearly always claim that retreating, calling the police or even letting the criminals rob you is better than shooting because “it’s not worth your life.”

For an elderly grandmother in Illinois, all of those excuses were stripped away. She could not call the police. She could not flee. Clearly she couldn’t physically resist the younger, stronger intruder. All other safety precautions were useless.

It was only her and a hardened criminal that night, and only one could come out of the episode unscathed. There was no recourse but to shoot.

Few would dare to say that King should not have fired in her own defense that night. But regardless of a citizen’s identity, condition or demographics, no one should ever deprive a free citizen of the God-given right to self-defense.

18 Mar