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If Congress felt that its members were going to be former members, all ~ via
the ballot box ~ they would act to impeach the BAM. Since there is no threat of
that happening, BAM Sharia law, Marxism and Socialist agendas go on. It is
just that simple, speak out at the ballot box.
fly Ebola victims in to those three sites and prove there is no danger at
all from a major epidemic. We can seat them at tables with the biggest
donors, and give out gold plated Respirators to one class of donor, full
HAZMAT suits to the largest donors.... and Kleenex boxes to every
can get Soros, Michelle Obama, and Steve Spielberg to host.
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Dyke Away Avowed
lesbian mayor demands Christian pastors get her OK on sermons
is in the U.S.
self-described lesbian serving as the mayor of a major U.S. city has
decided she doesn't like what Christian church ministers are saying about
homosexuality, same-sex marriage and other sexual orientation issues,
according to a religious organization and talk
show host on Thursday. She is threatening to punish pastors who do not
submit their sermons to her office for approval and possible editing.
the nationally syndicated radio show "Washington Watch" host Tony
Perkins discussed the actions taken by Houston,
Texas, Mayor Annise Parker who arbitrarily announced an unprecedented new
law that is causing a firestorm within the Christian community, but is
being ignored by the news media or, if covered, it's defended by denizens
of the nation's newsrooms.
"legal" pronouncement commands that certain Christian church
pastors must submit their sermons, emails, and text messages, even
communications with members of their congregations, under the threat of
fines, imprisonment or both. "This mayor is outrageous. I personally
support gay marriage and other such issues, but this mayor has crossed the
line and is threatening to punish people who exercise their First
Amendment right. She's wrong on so many levels," said former city
police chief Arthur Pullman. "This is political
correctness running amok," he added.
to several sources including Perkins, who appears regularly on Fox News
Channel, CNN and other news stations and shows, the pastors who are being
targeted by the mayor are those church leaders who have spoken out against
Mayor Parker's LGBT (lesbians, gays, bi-sexuals and transsexuals) special
rights ordinance. "Mayors do not and cannot pass laws; they pass
ordinances. And this ordinance smacks of fascism. How dare this
elected-official threaten the church leaders," said Iris Aquino, a
former sex-crimes detective, who also supports most LGBT issues.
across the nation are mobilizing to defend the group of targeted Houston
pastors and their protest slogan is: Don’t Mess with Texas Preachers."Dave
Welch, the executive director of the Texas Pastor Council, is one of the
five ministers who received a subpoena. He said he will not be intimidated
by Annise Parker, who is the city's first openly lesbian mayor, nor will
he comply with the city’s demands," saidFox
News Channel's Todd Starnes.
Parker has breached the wall of separation between the state and the
church. This attack on religious freedom and the freedom of speech should
be universally repudiated by all Americans who value our constitutional
freedoms. A number of organizations are expected to react as information
about Mayor Parker's political agenda is promulgated with or without the
help of the news media.
Jefferson once wrote that religion is a matter which lies solely between
Man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his
worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only,
& not opinions." The pulpit is to be governed only by the Word of
God, and the chilling effect of government scrutiny of our pastors is
unconstitutional, and unconscionable. Mayor Parker's use of her bully
pulpit to silence pulpit freedom must be stopped in its tracks," said
the pastors' attorney, Erik Stanley .
officials are upset over a voter lawsuit filed after the city council
rejected valid petitions to repeal a law that allows members of the
opposite sex into each other’s restrooms. ADF attorneys say the city
is illegitimately demanding that the pastors, who are not party to the
lawsuit, turn over their constitutionally protected sermons and other
communications simply so the city can see if the pastors have ever
opposed or criticized the city."
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Sunni moslem Obama finds his game plan backfired
Sunni moslem Obama finds his game plan backfired
Army officer fired for class on radical Islam invited to teach in U.K
Congress Impeach Hussein of America
As Reported in:
high-ranking United States Army military officer, who was fired from the
National Defense University for teaching a politically-incorrect course onIslamic
terrorism and strategic response, will be a featured speaker in
Great Britain at a conference for French, Italian and British military and
security personnel. The event is being sponsored by the SMi Group and will
be held inLondon,
England, on Nov. 17-18, 2014, according to counterterrorism expert
and special operations officer Darryl Hines on Tuesday.
United States Army's Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Dooley, considered a
foremost expert on Islamic terrorism and asymmetrical warfare, was part of
purge of the military and law enforcement of men and women who
refused to kowtow to President Barack Obama's politically-correct
orthodoxy. Dooley, however, is being welcomed with opened arms by the
British, who watched their own citizens beheaded by Islamist terrorists,
and are taking the radical Muslim threat seriously.
Col. Dooley, a West Point graduate, is considered a top United States
counterterrorism expert, who taught a course that familiarized military
officers with the war against radical Islamists. In 2012, he was fired
from the prestigious National Defense University (NDU) after he was
informed the course materials he used would be revamped to exclude a
number of items such as references to Islam and to replace the words Islam
and terrorists with terms such as extremists and militants.
that wasn't enough for complainers such as the Council on American Islamic
Relations (CAIR), and so the course's author and instructor, Lt.
Col. Dooley, was removed from the faculty permanently for basically
telling students -- many of whom were battle-hardened military officers --
that many practitioners of Islam are responsible for terrorism.
can only wonder how much protection students at [NDU] who were Catholics
and Christians would receive from this Administration and its media
sycophants when they themselves verbally attack Christians,” said former
police commander and military officer Mike Snopes.
to Dooley, the National Defense University’s Joint Forces Staff College
course included a slide-show that informed students that "their
beloved country" is fighting a life and death battle with Islamists
and that “we need to recognize that the U.S. and its allies are at war
with Islam.” JFSC educates military officers and other national security
leaders in joint, multinational, and interagency operational-level
planning and warfare, counterterrorism and other subjects.
to an Examiner
source, it’s believed a complaining soldier, whose identity is being
protected, may be the pawn of some of the Muslim groups such as the
Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) or Muslim Advocates, who have
successfully shutdown many law enforcement counterterrorism training
politically correct nonsense would be laughed at if we had a reality check
now and then. On the one hand, the majority of terrorist attacks worldwide
are perpetrated by radical Muslims who actually apply the teachings of the
Koran. Anyone who studies the history of Islam, especially within the
last two hundred years will discover what America faces is not new,”
said Capt. Kevin Hanrahan, an expert in anti-terrorism and Islamic
CAIR group is considered by some to be a front-group for radical Islamists
— several of whom are currently in prison or deported — and frequently
supports certain Democratic politicians who do their bidding. Rep. John
Conyers of Michigan is a perfect example,” Hanrahan alleges.
experts condemned by CAIR include Walid Phares, Robert Spencer, Bill Getz,
Pam Geller and others who refuse to sugarcoat the Islamic terrorism
threat,” Snopes added.
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Death of a Traitor Causes A Revisit to the Rosenbergs
The Death of a Traitor, David Greenglass
Causes The Rosenbergs To Be Revisited
What is the Truth
What is Revisionist History, What is Not
Rosenberg also stole major industrial secrets
radar for use in warfare
the first American designed jet engine
the P-80 Shooting Star, the first American jet manufactured in quantity
and used in the Korean War
new anti-tank technology
As reported in:
How David Greenglass
Break Up a Soviet Spy Ring
That Was Plotting New Perfidy
death July 1 of David Greenglass, one of the last survivors among
those who played a role in the Rosenberg case, was only made public
yesterday. Greenglass's testimony was the most important part of the
prosecution's case, and led to the Rosenberg's conviction for giving
the Soviets atomic secrets. His passing has produced lengthy
obituaries in major newspapers — all either incomplete,
misleading, or sometimes just wrong.
AND COUNTER-SPY: David Greenglass, who died July 1, did not kill
his sister and pleaded for her life; he helped crack a Soviet spy
ring that was planning new perfidy at the outset of the Cold War.
a ghastly development, moreover, Greenglass’s death is providing
an occasion for the Rosenberg’s two sons, Michael and Robert
Meeropol, to renew their proclamations of their parents’
innocence. In the past years, both have acknowledged that their
father (but not their mother) was working for the Soviets. Now, they
have evidently gone back to their claim that the Rosenbergs were not
guilty at all.
and Ruth Greenglass, the Meeropols are quoted in the
the Guardian as saying, were “the only ones who passed atomic
secrets on to the Soviets, then ‘pinned what they did on our
parents — a calculated ploy to save themselves by fingering our
parents as the scapegoats the government demanded.’”
brothers know well that most people respond to them with sympathy,
and are not aware of the overwhelming amount of material proving the
Rosenbergs’ guilt that appeared in the Venona decrypts as well as
in KGB files provided in Britain by Alexander Vassiliev, a former
KGB agent who defected and had smuggled in to Britain all the files
he had meticulously copied over the years. It is no wonder that they
regularly ignore real hard evidence and neglect to inform their
audiences about its existence.
for Greenglass himself, he not only provided the famous sketch of
the bomb’s lens mold, but as KGB reports indicate, he gave them a
“report on a scientific experimentation center for preparing a
uranium bomb, with a general floor plan and sketches of individual
buildings attached.” KGB agent Leonid Kvasnikov described a 33
page letter he received from Greenglass on “the preparation of a
uranium bomb,” the structural solutions for building one, and
methods for obtaining Uranium-235, which Kvasnikov called “highly
valuable.” Finally, not only did he give them the sketch that was
displayed at the trial, but he provided the KGB, as their reports
indicate, with “a physical sample of material used in the
detonator.” The claim in Robert McFadden’s obituary
in The New York Times “that the Greenglass-Rosenberg
atomic bomb details were of little value to the Soviets” is
inaccurate. Mr. McFadden is also wrong in writing that Ethel
Rosenberg “played no active role in the conspiracy.”
was recruited for espionage at Los Alamos by Julius and his wife
Ethel, who was not only guilty as charged. Steve Usdin, who wrote
Communism, a book about two members of Rosenberg’s spy
ring, has said in an e-mail to me, that Ethel Rosenberg “was
fully aware of and was an accessory to her husband’s espionage
activities. She helped recruit her brother and sister-in-law, David
and Ruth Greenglass, to spy for the Soviet Union. Ethel knew that at
least two of her husband’s friends were members of his espionage
ring, and she met at least two of Julius’s Soviet case officers.
She served as a lookout for a critical meeting Julius had with one
of these case officers. In 1949 Soviet intelligence operatives
discussed plans to have Ethel serve as a courier, and as the FBI was
closing in on David Greenglass, Soviet intelligence sent
instructions for Ethel to retrieve money from his apartment.”
not only recruited Greenglass and another atomic spy, Russell
McNutt, but he gave the Soviets a diagram of and an actual proximity
fuse, which if war had broken out between the Soviet Union and the
United States, would have had an enormous impact and given the
Soviets a deadly weapon. Rosenberg also stole major industrial
secrets, radar for use in warfare, the first American designed jet
engine, and the P-80 Shooting Star, the first American jet
manufactured in quantity and used in the Korean War. At the time of
his arrest, moreover, Greenglass was planning to give the Soviets
new anti-tank technology, which they then would have used against
American troops in Korea.
cooperating with the government prosecutors, David Greenglass
thereby saved his own life, and his wife was free to remain at home
and raise her children. The Rosenbergs, on the other hand, were
willing to orphan their children to protect the spies they had
recruited and to serve as a propaganda tool for the Soviet Union,
which needed them portrayed as innocent to deflect the world’s
attention from the purge trials in Czechoslovakia, in which truly
innocent, largely Jewish Communists were arrested as Western spies.
one is looking for villains in this story, they are Ethel and Julius
Rosenberg and all the spies they recruited for the Soviet Union.
Yet, in popular culture, the Rosenbergs have been always portrayed
as innocent martyrs to McCarthyism, while David Greenglass has been
portrayed as a vile betrayer of his own sister. He may not have been
any kind of hero, but as soon as he realized that the government had
proof of espionage, he owned up and told the truth. He testified
against his sister to both save his own life and to allow his
children to lead a normal one. The deal he got — a 15 year
sentence and no arrest for his equally guilty wife Ruth — is the
type of plea bargain always used to entice guilty parties to
cooperate with the prosecution. Greenglass did not kill his sister.
He, like the Rosenbergs, never expected anyone found guilty to
receive the death penalty. When Judge Irving Kaufman issued it,
Greenglass wrote a letter to the court pleading for her life.
were many injustices that took place during the Cold War years, and
often dissenters were viewed as Soviet agents. Real Soviet agents,
knowing the fear of McCarthyism on the part of decent well-meaning
liberals, hid their actual espionage for the Soviets by proclaiming
themselves “victims of a McCarthyite witch-hunt.” The arrest of
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, and the conviction of them by a New York
City jury, was not an injustice. David Greenglass helped to break up
an existing Soviet spy ring that was intact and planning to spy for
the Soviets during the Cold War’s early days. For that we should
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Times' "Boy" Obama Wrong, Bush was Right
Times's Boy Obama Wrong
George W. Bush was Right
Times' "Boy" Obama Wrong
More Proof That Affirmative Action
Has Failed the Republic
Why is the Times silent on its failure to point out at the outset of the
"boy's" run for President the "Boy" Lied
kept Iraqi weapons of mass destruction secret, claims N.Y. Times
fighting in Iraq after toppling the regime of dictator Saddam Hussein
encountered chemical weapons multiple times in the years following the
2003 invasion, and officials at thePentagonkept
their discoveries secret from military investigators, fellow soldiers, and
military physicians, according to a report on late Tuesday by theNew
significance’ is what I was ordered to say,” said former Major Jarrod
Lampier, a recently retired Army officer who was present for the largest
chemical weapons discovery of the war: more than 2,400 nerve-agent rockets
unearthed in 2006 at a former Republican Guard compound.
The Times claims
that U.S. soldiers encountered as many as 5,000 chemical warheads and
chemical bombs during the Iraq invasion's aftermath. The newspaper known
as "The Gray Lady" reported that soldiers were allegedly wounded
by those weapons, which were believed to have been manufactured before the
1991 war with Iraq to repel that country's invasion of Kuwait. At least 17
Americans reportedly were exposed to the chemical agents during the war.
At least another seven Iraqis were also exposed to theweapons
of mass destruction(WMD).
Department of Defense's secrecy allegedly prevented troops in some of the
military's most dangerous assignments from being treated to chemical-agent
exposure, and their wounds didn't receive the proper treatment by military
medical personnel. According toFox
News Channel, since the beginning of the war against the government of
the cruel Iraqi leader, the incidents of the encounters with chemical
weapons in Iraq by those battling a deadly insurgency wasn't publicly
shared nor shared with the military.
many experts on Islamic terrorism is that the Islamic State of Iraq and
Syria (ISIS) controls much of the territory where the WMD was discovered.
In fact, anExaminer
that the Obama administration played down the ISIS takeover of WMD by
saying ISIS won't be able to use anything they found in the Muthanna
complex. The claimed that any suspected WMD (weapons of mass destruction)
is contaminated and useless as weapons.
A former Army
sergeant is quoted by the Times and Fox News as saying he feels as if he
were used "like a guinea pig than a soldier." He said he
sustained burns from mustard gas in 2007 yet he was refused hospital
treatment nor would they give him "medical treatment or
evacuation" even though his commander requested his removal from the
was only partly informed, while troops and officers were instructed to be
silent or give deceptive accounts of what they had found. Many chemical
weapons incidents occurred around the ruins of theMuthanna
State Establishment, the center of Iraqi chemical agent production in
In a communique
sent to the United Nations just this summer, the Iraqi government claimed
that about 2,500 corroded chemical rockets remained on the grounds, and
that Iraqi officials had witnessed intruders looting equipment before
militants shut down the surveillance cameras.
As reported in anExaminer
news storyin 2010,
Julian Assange's Wikileaks web site released classified U.S. documents
military intelligence discovered chemical weapons labs, encountered
insurgents who were specialists in the creation of toxins, and uncovered
weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. However, Washington, DC officials and
the news media have ignored this information.One
of the WikiLeaks document dumps reveals that as late as 2008, American
troops continued to find WMD in the region.
are numerous mentions of chemical and biological weapons in the WikiLeaks
documents, however the U.S. media appear only interested in those portions
of the leaked material that highlight actions that are viewed as
embarrassing for the U.S. military such as the accusation that U.S.
commanders were aware of abuse and "torture" of prisoners by
Iraqi soldiers and police officers.
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Sunni Moslems take over Tulsa Police Dept.
Moslems take over Tulsa
Force Sunni islam on police officers
The Sunni Moslem [Obama is a Sunni Moslem] Violate U.S. Constitution's 1st
and 14th Amendments
As reported in :
captain punished for refusing to attend Muslim Brotherhood-linked mosque [Sunni]
The city of
Tulsa, Oklahoma, punished one of its ownveteran
his refusal to attend a Muslim religious service being held at a mosque he
said practiced radical Islamic dogma, according to court records. He also
"dared" to refuse to order his officers to visit a mosque he
alleges has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Paul Fieldssaid he
was told to participate in what he characterized as a
"proselytizing" Islamic worship service and that he must also
order the police officers under his command to also attend and participate
in the service. As a result he was relieved of his command and was
harassed by the Internal Affairs Division (IAD), a group called the
"rat squad" by most American cops in a majority of law
IAD squad begins to investigate you, even if you have an immaculate record
as a cop, they dig until they find something that they can point to as
being misconduct or corruption," said former police detective Sid
Franes, who worked with a former IAD lieutenant in New York. "In
Fields' case it appears they were claiming he was prejudiced against
Muslims and he wasn't fit to lead police officers," Franes added.
When Fields took
legal action against his police department, it ended up before the federal
judges who sat on theTenth
Circuit Court of Appealsand
the court upheld the punishment of Capt. Fields. In essence the court
ruled that the decorated cop should have visited the mosque and brought
his officers with him as he was ordered to do by the city's political
another example of lawyers wearing black robes telling Americans what
church services they must attend. Would they have ruled this way if it
were a Muslim being ordered to attend and participate in a religious
service at a Hindu temple? Or at a Catholic Cathedral? I think not,"
notes former police lieutenant and campus police chief Lloyd Herrington.
"Fields was part of an object lesson to follow a politically-correct
orthodoxy that's taking over the nation and its public and private sector
institutions," Herrington said.
Now Capt. Fields,
with the help of a legal foundation that fights for constitutional rights,
especially First Amendment rights, is aiming to take his legal battle to
the U.S. Supreme Court. The Thomas Moore Law Center is providing Fields
with pro-bono legal help in fighting not only amajor
city police departmentbut
also a federal court that has "lost its way" with a warped
understanding of the U.S. Constitution and America values
The law center's
lead counsel, Richard Thompson, said in a statement:“This
case is another startling example of applying a double standard when
Christian civil rights are involved. If this were a Catholic or Protestant
prayer event, I am positive no Muslim police officer would have been
ordered to attend. Further, no federal court would have approved the
punishment of a Muslim officer had he refused to attend.”
The Muslim event
was characterized as the mosque's Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, but it
allegedly had nothing to do with appreciation of police officers.
According to Fields' attorneys, Law Enforcement Appreciation Day involved
the captain and his officers taking a tour of the mosque, attending a
meeting with the mosque's leadership, attending the Muslim's weekly prayer
service, acquainting the police officers with Islamic religious reading
material, and lectures on Islamic beliefs.
The event, which
was scheduled for Friday, March 4, 2011, which the Islamic leaders said
was a "holy day," was also going to familiarize the cops with a
white-washed version of Mohammad's life as well as key elements of the
Muslim religion and prayers. Originally, the police officers were asked to
attend voluntarily, but the majority of officers refused the invitation.
At that point the police were mandated to show up at the mosque.
Thomas More attorneys and Capt. Fields, the mosque's clerics were clever
in hiding their suspected radical-brand of Islam. For example, according
to the law center, the same Muslim leaders had hosted a dinner to honor
one of unindicted Imam Siraj Wahhaj co-conspirators involved in the 1993
bombing in New York City at the lower-level of the World Trade Center,
that killed six people and injured many others.
Fields and his
legal team possess evidence that the same Siraj Wahhaj told Muslims in New
Jersey in 1992, that he wished Muslims were cleverer politically so they
could take over the United States and replace its Representative-Republic
government with a caliphate and Shariah law.
Prior to the
World Trade Center attack, Wahhaj said“In
time, this so-called democracy will crumble, and there will be nothing,
and the only thing that will remain will be Islam.”
Erin Mersino, the
Thomas More attorney handling theFields
case, said in a statement:
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Obama's Hostile Takeover of For Profit Colleges
Obama's continued efforts to Markize U.S.
Marxist Obama anti-freedom campaign
hostile takeover attempt by the Obama government of the fastest growing
higher education sector in the country that will hurt students, taxpayers, and
More importantly the move by Obama is nothing more that the bolstering
of the liberal bias in higher education in the U.S., as the for the for
profit schools are motivated by a working structure, capitalism and it product
mode, rather than the current social engineering mode of the non-profits which
In 2009 Patrick Randolph, [A professor at UMKC
since 1980, he directed the UMKC/Peking University Summer School in Chinese Law
and lectured at more than 20 Chinese law schools.] wrote of college professors:
". . . . the teachers, who really are sociologists or economists or
anthropologists disguised as professors . . . Huge
amounts of time are spent on takings theory, meanings of ownership in society,
use regulation for environmental considerations, theories of distributive
justice, nationally and internationally, etc. etc. The students blindly pay for
what they think is a[n] . . . education."
Is Deploying ‘Gainful Employment’ Regulations to Threaten For-Profit
Reported by Forbes:
E. Alger, Ph.D., is a research fellow at the Independent Institute in Oakland,
Obama administration claims its latest college crusade will help students. On
the contrary, its “gainful employment” regulations amount to a hostile
takeover attempt by government of the fastest growing higher education sector in
the country that will hurt students, taxpayers, and the economy.
Secretary Arne Duncan acknowledges that most career colleges make a vital
contribution to American global competitiveness. The few that don’t leave
students with crushing debt and no degree to show for it; however, that outcome
is hardly unique to the private or for-profit sector.
than hold bad actors accountable, both public and for-profit alike, through
existing laws, since 2010 Duncan has singled out and tried to use his department
to exert more control over the for-profit career college sector, which has
swelled from 200,000 students in the late 1980s to 2 million as of 2010.
in 2010 the U.S. Department of Education unveiled a set of proposed gainful
employment rules requiring private for-profit colleges to meet mandated loan
repayment rates and debt-to-earnings levels before their students could qualify
for federal student aid.
final regulations unveiled in 2011 deemed students’ employment “gainful”
only if it was in an occupation recognized by the federal government. They
further mandated student repayment and debt load ratios that a federal judge
struck down the following year for being “arbitrary and capricious.”
last year the Obama administration revived its crusade against what Duncan
called “predatory” career colleges with proposed mandates that are no less
arbitrary or capricious than their predecessors.
the new proposed regulations unveiled earlier this year, for students to qualify
for federal aid for-profit career colleges must prove the estimated annual loan
payments of graduates do not exceed 20 percent of their discretionary earnings,
or 8 percent of their total earnings, and the default rate for former students
does not exceed 30 percent.
justified the move insisting that 72 percent of for-profit career colleges
graduated students who earned less than high school dropouts. That claim has
since been roundly dismissed. And there’s ample reason to doubt other claims
by his department.
of Education officials estimate that 90 percent of career college students
losing federal financial aid because of gainful employment regulations will find
suitable alternatives. Actual figures tell a very different story.
the Obama administration succeed and gainful employment regulations take effect
next year, more than 4 out of 10 students currently enrolled at for-profit
career colleges could lose access to federal financial aid, according to
research by the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities. Over
the next decade as many as 7.5 million students could lose access.
who are these students?
for-profit career college students are older adults, including members of the
military. They are also far more likely to be from traditionally
underrepresented populations, including minorities and first-generation
students seek out private for-profit career schools precisely because the public
and non-profit sectors aren’t the right options for them, including not
offering the desired degree programs or flexible schedules that help them
balance family and career responsibilities.
these students into schools and programs the Obama administration (and its union
allies) prefer won’t help them or taxpayers.
net taxpayer cost of a private for-profit college student is $183 compared to
more than $13,000 per public college student. If private for-profit options
aren’t available, many of these students would have to transfer to public
colleges at cost taxpayers nationwide an additional $1.7 billion annually. In
the long-run gainful employment regulations could cost students and taxpayers
As many as 23 million skilled and educated workers are needed over the next
decade, and private for-profit career colleges specialize in offering degree
programs in the highest-growth occupational fields.
a time when 90 million Americans are undereducated, 12 million are unemployed,
and family incomes are down, gainful employment regulations are the last thing
American students, taxpayers, or our economy needs.
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an individual may “assert injury from governmental action
Anonymous writes "We held that, in a proper case, an individual may “assert injury from governmental action taken in excess of the authority that federalism defines.” Bond v. United States, 564 U.S. ___ 091227, ___ (2011) (Bond I) (slip op., at 8). We “expresse[d] no view on the merits” of Bond's constitutional challenge. Id., at ___ (slip op., at 14).
Bond v. United States, 572 U.S. ___ 12158, 7 (2014)"
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WHY IS OBAMA SITTING ON HIS ASS AND NOT BLOCKING RUSSIA FROM THE U.S. NET
Another Obama Failure
Another Major hack
His failure to to block Russia from the U.S. Net
Back in grade school
if you could not play nice
on the playground at recess
you could not go to recess
Russia in not playing nice on out net
Why is it, rUSSIA IS on our Net
Will the taxpayers be required to
bailout the banks, etc.
It seems that Obama is the Problem
not using "his" EXECUTIVE POWER
TO TURN OFF THE U.S. NET TO THE RUSSIANS
Kmart becomes latest retailer hit by credit card data breach
Sears said the payment data systems at its Kmart stores had been compromised,
the latest in a series of computer security breaches to hit U.S. companies in
U.S. Secret Service confirmed it was investigating the breach, which occurred in
September and compromised the systems of Kmart, which has about 1,200 stores
across the United States. The breach did not affect the Sears department store
REAL QUESTION THAT NEEDS TO BE ASKED IS WHY HAVEN’T THEY LEARNED THE LESSONS
FROM THE ATTACKS ON TARGET AND OTHERS.’
Kellermann, chief cybersecurity officer of Trend Micro
said it believes hackers made off with some credit and debit card numbers but
that the personal information, debit card PIN numbers, email addresses and
social security numbers of its customers remained safe.
professionals said they were not surprised to learn that yet another major
retailer was reporting a breach, adding they believe many big merchants do not
have adequate systems for detecting cyberattacks, which means they still remain
easy prey for hackers.
is going to continue indefinitely until people change their practices,” said
Shawn Henry, a former senior cyber cop with the FBI who is now of the president
of cyber forensics firm CrowdStrike Services.
said that hackers are able to get into networks because they are “so broad and
vast” that attackers will always find a way in. Retailers need to do a better
job of quickly detecting them before they begin to steal data, he said.
said that the attackers used malicious software that was undetectible using
Kellermann, chief cybersecurity officer with security software maker Trend
Micro, said that retailers need to be prepared to deal with malicious software
crafted specifically for the purposes of burglarizing retailers.
is debatable whether they had sufficient security in place to thwart these
thieves. The real question that needs to be asked is why haven’t they learned
the lessons from the attacks on Target and others.”
which launched an investigation into the hacking, apologized to its customers on
Friday and said it was working with federal authorities, banking partners and
security firms in the probe.
Thursday, restaurant chain Dairy Queen, owned by Berkshire Hathaway Inc,
confirmed that it may have compromised payment card information of customers
across 46 U.S. states.
widespread breaches include those of Target, Home Depot, Michaels Stores and
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If is is from Harvard it can not be trusted !!
If its from Harvard it can not be trusted
A message for Harvard
If it is From Harvard it can not be trusted !!
States is more evil than ISIS: Harvard University
watchdog group that monitors liberal-left bias and extremist
indoctrination on university and college campuses in the United States
and video on Tuesdaythat
shockingly revealed that students at one of the nation's most prestigious
and influential institutions of higher learning believe their own country
is more evil than a terrorist army marching through Iraqi and Syrian
cities and towns killing, torturing and enslaving thousands of people.
According to the
public-interest organization Campus Reform, undergraduate students at the
camera that the United States of America is a greater threat to global
peace than the Islamic terrorist organization the Islamic State in Iraq
and Syria (ISIS). "The group's videotape of some of the most
privileged Americans condemning the nation that has given them so much is
disappointing and even scary," said Mike Baker, a noted political
consultant and attorney.
Campus Reform, a
Leadership Institutelocated in a suburb of the nation's capital in
Arlington, Virginia, conducted a series of on-camera interviews at the
prestigious Harvard University and discovered a surprising number of
students voiced more negative opinions of the United States than a
murderous terror group that actually crucifies Christians.“American
imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East are
destabilizing the region and allowing groups like ISIS to gain power,”one
student is heard saying on the video which accompanies this news story.
a western civilization we’re to blame for a lot of the problems that
we’re facing now. I don't think anyone would argue that we didn't create
the problem of ISIS, ourselves,”another
student told Caleb Bonham, the editor-in-chief ofCampus
Bonham, who appeared onFNC's
Fox & Friendson
Thursday morning, his organization is a much-needed watchdog to the
nation's higher education system and they have been successful in exposing
numerous cases of bias and abuse on American university campuses, a
suspected bastion of anti-American propaganda thanks to far-left faculty
members and administrators. "This video will hopefully go viral and
Fox News continues to cover the story because it's a safe bet that most of
the news media will ignore it or they will attempt to 'put stink' on the
report through misinformation and out and out dishonesty," warned
"Our team of
professional journalists works alongside student activists and student
journalists to report on the conduct and misconduct of university
administrators, faculty, and students. Campus Reform holds itself to
rigorous journalism standards and strives to present each story with
accuracy, objectivity, and public accountability," noted Bonham on
the group's web site.
reaction to the video is vitriolic with many Americans condemning not only
the students but their professors and their administrators. "It's
disgusting but not surprising since U.S. campuses have always been a
hotbed of anti-American sentiment," said former police captain John
Laremar, who himself taught criminal justice at a university in New
classes are merely indoctrination centers in which there is no one there
to challenge a professor's assertions. And students who don't buy into the
left-wing orthodoxy are afraid to speak up fearing their teachers will
hurt them with low grades," said another criminal justice adjunct
professor, Allen Gillenton. "Let's just hope the old adage is true:
If you're not a liberal under the age of 30, you got no soul; if you're a
liberal after age 30, you've got no brains."
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Reading and Studying to much to ask blacks or so they say
. . cultural problems rather than institutional racism ?
. . black American teen identity
often includes a sense of school as the province of whites?
White' Remains a Barrier for Black Education
the issue on society is like telling someone on a rainy day not to use an
umbrella, but to support efforts to eliminate weather
we go again. A black woman (see photo at right) has articulately battled the
idea that using standard English is "acting white" in a video
that has gone viral of late, and Jamelle Bouie at Slate has called her
out for propagating a myth that black students devalue school. In the eighties,
(black) anthropologist John Ogbu with Signithia Fordham argued that
black kids underperform in school partly because those who behave scholarly are
teased as being "white," such that often fitting in means letting
one's grades slip. And indeed, legions of nerdy black kids are familiar with
black peers saying "Why are you working so hard on that school stuff? You
think you're white?"
the documentation of this has always rankled those who prefer to document
black problems as due to institutional racism rather than cultural problems,
and over the past ten years, it has become popular to claim that it has been
"refuted" that black kids think of school as "white" and
that this lowers black scholastic performance.
the people taking that position have a way of serenely neglecting counterarguments,
not to mention embracing starkly shaky argumentation as authoritative simply
because it makes what they regard as the better music. For example, one
supposed piece of evidence that the "acting white" bit isn't a
problem is that if you ask black kids if they value school they say
yes. But this is hardly the smackdown argument people suppose. Last time I
checked, race and racial self-identification were a subtle business. Who's
up for asking Donald Sterling whether he likes black people? Aren't these
sociologists, educators and journalists such as Bouie exactly the people who
would laugh out the room a study claiming that you can identify people's
inner racism by asking them about it?
careful work that shows that indeed, black American teen identity often
includes a sense of school as the province of whites—which is hardly
surprising given black Americans' history in this country. Clifton Casteel
did a study in Elementary School Guidance and Counseling in 1997 in which
white eighth and ninth graders tended strongly to say they did homework for
their parents, while black kids said they did homework for their
teachers—that is, the black kids had a quiet sense that school was not for
what "we" are at heart. Then, Harvard's Roland Fryer has
shown that among black teens, the better one does in school the fewer
people report him or her as a friend—and to much more of an extent than
among kids of other races.
evidence continues. Newspaper coverage of the phenomenon has been rich.
John Ogbu wrote a whole book squarely documenting black kids being
told that doing well in school was white. After I wrote Losing
the Race in 2000, I was surprised by thousands of letters,
including over a hundred from black people explicitly attesting that they
were teased as "white" for liking school, as well as from
concerned teachers wondering what to do about black kids coming to them and
telling them about this happening. I could go on, and on, and on (and have,
elsewhere). The evidence is of crushing weight.
no, all of this is apparently mere "anecdotes," refuted by the
fact that if you ask black kids whether they respect school they say yes.
Or, beyond that, people who want to wish the "acting white"
problem away have a rather extraordinary collection of further feints.
"acting white is a myth" crowd see quite the weapon in, for
example, Tyson, Darity and Castellino's finding that it's mostly in
integrated schools that the "acting white" charge flares up. Their
implication seems to be that because it isn't an issue among poor black
kids, it basically isn't an issue at all. But whence suddenly the idea that
only poor black kids' problems matter? Anyone can see that the reason poor
black kids underachieve is lousy schools, not being called
"white," but surely we aren't under the impression that there are
so few middle class black students in 2014 that their problems qualify as
mere static. That black kids suffer this in advantaged circumstances such as
these is exactly why the "acting white" issue is a problem.
another purported riposte to people like me is studies showing that problems
like poverty, poor schools, and economic duress "disprove" that
the acting white charge is significant. However, they do not—they merely
show that the issue is multifaceted. The question is why a widespread brand
of social rejection would not have an effect, and a serious one, on grades;
people claiming "acting white" is a myth have no answer to that
we are informed that white kids get made fun of for being nerds, too.
But once again, the people claiming that there is nothing race-specific
about this issue are almost willfully playing dumb. It's one thing to be
called nerd, but to be told you are disqualifying yourself from your race,
with its implications that your presentation of yourself as black is fake,
lends a particular sting. It is, quite simply, worse than being called a
nerd. Why it is that people otherwise sitting always at the ready to remind
us that in subtle but powerful ways, race matters, on this issue suddenly
reason is that ironically, given that they readily designate people like me
as working from bias, it is these detractors who are working from a
deep-seated ideology rather than empiricism. They are viscerally dedicated
to tracing black problems to structural problems in America's workings, and
vigorously deep-sixing any idea that black people might also have some
self-standing cultural issues to think about as intellectually mistaken, and
mind if someone carefully notes that the cultural problem is a legacy
of racism in the past—that isn't enough. To speak of black cultural
problems other than in passing is to "pathologize" black people, tout
court. For example, what's being identified as black issue must be
re-identified as a Southern one, or class-based—which is like a Russian
saying that addressing alcoholism in Russia as a Russian problem is wrong
because Finns and Swedes drink a lot too. Or, Bouie and others try
an idea that it's speech and dress that are being made fun of, rather than
being bookish, despite endless reports that the taunt is indeed directly
about the books.
simply, there are no human groups with no disadvantageous cultural traits.
Practices become entrenched at first for concrete reasons, but can hold on
past the circumstances that created them, piggybacking on other human
leanings (think Albanian blood feuds). The "acting white" bit, for
example, is compatible with teenagers' tribal impulse and is also handy for
assuaging insecurity about schoolwork.
these sociologists and journalists somehow cannot comprehend that cultural
traits do not walk in lockstep with societal forces. To them, we're wrong to
warn black kids not to fall for the "acting white" slur. They
bristle to see media pieces teaching the public to care about it. Instead,
we are to battle societal inequity and institutional racism. To me, this
sounds like telling someone about to go outside on a rainy day not to use an
umbrella, but to support efforts to eliminate weather.
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CBS Lies By Omission
Lies by Omissions
News cover up?
Lies by Omission !!!!!
Netanyahu criticism of Obama
bias, on the once venerated CBS
of selective editing
of Arabs" buy apartments in West Jerusalem. "Nobody says you can't do
hearing" negative comments about President Obama ~
former [still] community organizer,
the debate over news media
bias continues with the majority of anchors and reporters being
accused of left-wing bias, on the once venerated CBS television network
Sunday morning news show, Face the Nation, the host and producers decided
to doctor up an interview
of a respected leader in order to remove negative comments about
President Barack Obama.
case of selective editing smacks of cover up in an effort to depict
[President] Obama as a credible and effective leader and the news industry
as a whole should condemn CBS... but they won't," said political
strategist and pollster Michael Baker. "I guess old habits die hard.
The media has been covering up Obama's incompetence ever since he was a do
nothing U.S. Senator," he added.
Baker, Americans who watched the Oct. 5, 2014, broadcast ofFace
the Nation with Bob Schiefferwere
"spared hearing" negative comments about President Obama, the
former community organizer, made by Israel Prime Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu, the former Israeli special forces officer. Netanyahu's less
than flattering comments about Obama were removed by CBS's host and the
news director or producers, thereby protecting Obama's false reputation as
a strong leader and peacemaker.
Schieffer's interview of the conservative Israeli, the home audience heard
only positive comments by Netanyahu about Obama. In fact, those positive
statements about Obama were heard while viewers watched photo
opportunities of the two leaders smiling at one another. The negative
comments were relegated to the CBS Face the Nation webpage. Prime Minister
Netanyahu is then heard describing his relationship with President Obama
it's quite good. We had a conversation, I don't want to say like an old
married couple, but the president said that he's had more meetings with
me than with any other foreign leader. I think you get to a point of
mutual respect, you cut to the chase very quickly. You talk about the
real things, openly, as is befitting of real allies. I think we have a
relationship of mutual respect, and mutual appreciation."
the segment of the videotaped interview that never
made it on the air reveals a different viewpoint that included
both leaders uttering negative comments.
example, Bob Schieffer claimed that following a meeting between Netanyahu
and the U.S. President, Obama's White House minions released a statement
saying if Israel "goes forward with new settlements in East
Jerusalem, [they will] risk the condemnation of even [their] closest
allies." A visibly surprised Netanyahu is heard replying:
first of all, I had a very good meeting with the president and I was
baffled by this statement because it doesn't really reflect American
values. What we are being criticized for is that some Jewish residents
of Jerusalem bought apartments legally from Arabs in a predominately
Arab neighborhood and this is seen as a terrible thing.
is then heard explaining that "thousands of Arabs" buy
apartments in West Jerusalem. "Nobody says you can't do that,"
Netanyahu said. He then compares the Obama White House criticism to
someone in America saying Jews aren't allowed to buy apartments in certain
areas. "There would be an uproar," he said.
Asked about his
opinion of the Obama White House's press statement, Netanyahu is seen and
heard replying: "It's against the American values and it doesn't bode
well for peace. The idea that we'd have this ethnic purification as a
condition for peace, I think it's anti-peace."
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Obama's latest war remains strangely anonymous.
Obama Lying to America 2
more than two months into Obama's occasional Shock-and-Yawn bombing campaign
against ISIS' fleet of machine-gun pickup trucks, plus U.S. Humvees and tanks
abandoned by fleeing Iraqi government troops, Obama's latest war remains
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