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Speak out at the ballot box

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.

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Pictures of a President-for-Life that should haunt you
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And Just in Case You Missed It:

The Congress shall have power . . . [T]o establish an uniform rule of naturalization . . . . U.S. Constitution U.S. Con. Art. 1, § 8 (1789)

It appears that the Sunni moslem field hand that lives in the White House has.

When the field hand says we will stop exceeding his authority  when Congress passes a law addressing the naturalization process, which immigration is a part of, well Congress did and as did the people of this nation did and its called the Constitution.  Its that simple.  And when Congress [its members (MOC)] fails to address the filed hand's exceeding his power time and time again via impeachment the people who return these same members of Congress to Congress it would appear the people are yielding to the field hand.  The people have spoken via the ballot box.  If the MOC are not yielding to their constituent's wishes, and again this is a ballot box issue. 






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Posted by editor on Saturday, November 22 @ 05:50:58 MST (23 reads)
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The Road to Impeachment Continues
Reasons for Impeachment? The Road to Impeachment Continues



Thomas Lipscomb


The networks, their affiliates, and their owner/operated stations just made a FORTUNE out of selling advertising in the last election using their FCC licenses for which they don't pay a cent.

The President is just about to announce the legalization of 5 million of the least prepared and useful people on earth who have flouted the laws of the nation, as admitted to permanent residence at the expense of taxpayers.

That is the equivalent of adding 2 new states full of takers to the body politic, one of the most consequential acts in American history.

In the words of Willie Loman's wife: "Attention must be paid."

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Posted by editor on Thursday, November 20 @ 15:32:59 MST (16 reads)
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Barbara Lippert / Another internet / Facebook Troll?
Internet Trolls? Another Facebook internet troll? Barbara Lippert

Another Facebook internet troll?
Barbara Lippert

Media Obama Groupie?

Member of the Race Baiting Industrial Complex?

We see her as living proof that you can fool some of the people some of the time and that is usually enough to make a living.

Now that she is getting old, will she have steady employment?

Will she need  implants and "lifts" and a Kim ass to keep employed?

Says of herself [@] MediaPost Editor-At-Large Barbara Lippert ( covers the intersection of pop culture, advertising and marketing. For many years, Lippert was the award-winning author of the Adweek Critique. She speaks at conferences and appears on TV as an expert on media trends and advertising imagery.

What she has posted on FB that exposed her:

On Obama:  He's destroying the Constitution, doncha know? 

    Followed with: my comment was sarcastic, btw. The amount of underlying ugliness (you're not allowed to say racism without being called a whiny liberal) is amazing to me.

This commentator feels that Booker T. Washington was describing Lippert when he said:

There is another class of  . . .  people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do do not want to lose their jobs.

And what else do we know about Lippert?

A tracking of her posts and memberships and employment history found of the WEB says to this commentator that she and her employers are members of the Race Baiting Industrial Complex.

The "race-baiting" industry is an extortion based industry, led by robber barons of hate like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Barack Obama, Democratic Representatives Sheila Jackson Lee, Al Green and House Majority leader Steny H. Hoye was for decades a burgeoning growth industry, generating millions of dollars annually. Now Grambling State University has joined their ranks with its ban on certain political emails being forwarded by its students and faculty.

For Jesse, it's still all about the money: as the Reverend keeps pushing the envelope? and the collection plate? in corporate America, Republicans are debating about how to outflank him among black voters.

It's one thing for the Rev. Jesse Jackson to shake down Wall Street when he finds corporate officers weak or foolish enough to give in to his race-baiting tactics.

Several years back, in a telephone interview shortly before his New York speech, Campos SEC Rep. told INSIGHT that he viewed his participation as a "duty, not an endorsement" of Jackson's organization and his methods. "I make no judgment as to whether it's a shakedown," Campos said. "The SEC is an independent agency that represents the interests of all investors. I don't ask if they are Democrat or Republican or how they voted. I ask: Are you interested in the SEC?' It's our duty to get the message out that we are intent on guaranteeing the integrity of the marketplace so people can have faith in the market."

Powell spokesman David Fiske also denied that his boss' appearance at Jackson's premier fund-raising event constituted an endorsement. "He's going to promote minority participation and the health of the telecommunications industry, which has become a major concern since the WorldCom meltdown. Whether this `legitimizes' Jesse Jackson was never an issue."

Posted by editor on Wednesday, November 19 @ 19:47:43 MST (29 reads)
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To Woo Voters, Clinton May Need to Drop 'War on Women' Rhetoric
Stop The Gag of Political Correctness Anonymous writes "To Woo Voters, Clinton May Need to Drop ‘War on Women’ Rhetoric
Republican victories in several U.S. Senate races in the midterm elections reveal important new truths about political affiliation and gender. Among them, according to Independent Institute Research Fellow Wendy McElroy, are these three developments: “Republicans are fielding formidable female candidates who counter the argument that the GOP is anti-woman; the ‘woman vote’ is being split; and men have emerged as a new power base that Democrats ignore at great risk.”

Some pundits, such as neo-conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer, argue that such developments reveal a trend that spells electoral doom for Democrats who continue to sloganeer about their Republican rivals’ alleged “war on women.” If so, then few Democratic politicians will need to change their tune more than Hillary Clinton, if and when the presumed presidential aspirant officially announces her bid for the White House.

“Clinton’s main perceived advantage is an ability to mobilize women voters through her signature approach of legislating feminism,” McElroy writes. “If this drives men further toward the GOP, however, it may be her main disadvantage.”"
Posted by editor on Wednesday, November 19 @ 04:56:09 MST (24 reads)
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Such a sad song, a happy song will come when all moslems die.
Re Branding Sharia / Islam Evil
Posted by editor on Tuesday, November 18 @ 21:52:51 MST (13 reads)
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Obama pisses off Justice Ginsburg
BAM Please Explain Justice Ginsburg Furious Over Obama's Pressure to Resign A source close to the Supreme Court tells Newsmax that White House efforts to get Ruth Bader Ginsburg to step down from the Supreme Court backfired while infuriating the liberal justice. To say that Ginsburg was unhappy about the call to resign would be a gross understatement. The Los Angeles Times reported that Ginsburg, at 81 the oldest member of the court, was "under strong pressure to retire" and "questioning why some liberals want her to leave." But the close source told Newsmax that Ginsburg directly blames President Barack Obama rather than "liberals" and her comments were aimed squarely at the White House. According to the source, the Obama administration saw the handwriting on the wall about the midterm elections, and anticipating a strong Republican showing, tried to get Ginsburg to step down before the balloting — to ensure that a Democratic Senate confirmed her replacement. Now a Republican-controlled Senate ensures that Obama will not be able to tap another far-left justice in his last two years. But Ginsburg said in a recent interview with the New Republic: "I asked some people, particularly the academics who said I should have stepped down last year: 'Who do you think the president could nominate and get through the current Senate that you would rather see on the court than me? No one has given me an answer to that question. "As long as I can do the job, I will stay here," she said defiantly. And she said in an interview with Elle Magazine: "If I resign any time this year, he could not successfully appoint anyone I would like to see in the court." Obama's two Supreme Court appointments, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan, faced strong opposition from Republicans in the Senate. But Sotomayor was confirmed by a vote of 68 to 31, with nine Republicans backing her, and Kagan was confirmed 63 to 37 with five GOP votes. Hence Obama's move to push Ginsburg into resigning before the GOP takes control of the Senate — an attempt some observers view as a serious encroachment on the judicial branch. In fact, the Republican victory could persuade Ginsburg to stay on the job at least until 2017 when Democrats could retake the Senate and remain in the White House, the Times reported. Even with Ginsburg on the job, the Obama administration has had a rocky relationship with the Supreme Court. The court historically has sided with the White House in a significant majority of cases it has heard. But the Obama administration has a losing record before the court, and has lost an unusually high number of cases in unanimous 9-0 decisions. Obama saw 20 unanimous defeats in the first 5 1/2 years of his administration, while his predecessor George W. Bush saw just 15 in his eight years in office. The court recently dealt a potential blow to Obama's signature effort, the Affordable Care Act, when it decided to hear a case challenging provisions of Obamacare. The bottom line, according to the source, is that the court just does not like the Obama administration and its continual disrespect of co-equal branches of the federal government. Footnote: The last Supreme Court justice nominated by a Democratic president and confirmed by a Senate Republican majority was Rufus Peckham — in 1895.
Posted by editor on Sunday, November 16 @ 10:24:08 MST (40 reads)
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The Plan Obama plans to use to import his fellow sunni moslems to kill you
Reasons for Impeachment?

Further Reasons for Impeachment

Biden to Latino bankers: Obama to turn illegal aliens into refugees

The Obama administration has eased the rules for would-be asylum-seekers, refugees and others who hope to come to the United States or stay here and who gave
The Obama administration has eased the rules for would-be asylum-seekers, refugees and others who hope to come to the United States or stay here and who gave "limited" support to terrorists or terrorist groups.


During his speech before a number of representatives from the Latin-American Development Bank on Friday, Vice President Joe Biden may have, once again, given too much information when he told those attending the meeting he anticipates that President Barack Obama will grant refugee status to many of the people who stormed the Mexico-Texas border this year.

The man who is a heartbeat away from the presidency was once called
Courtesy of NewswithViews

Those who swarmed across the border and illegally entered the United States from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador will be arbitrarily declared refugees and will be allowed to live in the U.S. legally and without from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents. As reported last week in an Examiner news story, some U.S. officials are expecting a second-surge similar to the one that occurred earlier this year.

"I wasn't at the Biden appearance, but I'm willing to bet those Central American money-men cheered what he had to say. Millions of their people working in the United States and sending 'home' large amounts of money will be a boom to their economies," said Lawrence Kelley, a former police commander now a security executive with an international investment banking firm. "This is a perfect example of how the leftists control our language: taxes are now investments, lying is misspeaking, and illegal aliens are refugees. What are bank robbers? Unauthorized withdrawers?" added Kelley.


While Biden failed to give specific information on Obama's plan, it's anticipated that Secretary of State John Kerry will order his minions to use the program that they use to allow thousands of refugees who escaped the "communist paradise" that is Fidel Castro's Cuba. However in the case of these children and teenagers, Kerry will direct U.S. embassies and diplomatic missions in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala to service those families seeking to obtain refugee status for their children.

While Biden didn't discuss with the bankers how these new refuges will arrive on American soil, its believed that Kerry underlings at the State Department will send airplanes -- at taxpayers' expense -- whisk the the new refugees into U.S. cities. But, Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Virginia, on his website, blasted Obama’s intention to give refugee status to Central American children.

According to an Examiner news story on Friday, Goodlatte, who chairs the House Judiciary Committee was very angry with Obama's threatened lawlessnews: “The policy announced by the Obama Administration today is simply a government-sanctioned border surge. Under this abusive new policy, unlawful immigrants in the United States, once they are granted executive amnesty by the President, can now rely on the Obama Administration to bring their child, and possibly their spouse, who are in Central America to our country. Rather than take the steps necessary to end the crisis at the border, the Obama Administration perpetuates it by abusing a legal tool meant to be used sparingly to bring people to the United States and instead applying it to the masses in Central America," said Goodlatte, who handily won reelection on Nov. 4.

The GOP congressman also noted: “President Obama continues to take actions that reward people for breaking our laws, which only encourage more to do the same. If President Obama moves forward with granting even more unlawful immigrants legal status, as he is expected to do as soon as next week, the policy announced today could open Pandora’s box, allowing potentially even more people to come to the United States. This is bad policy and undermines the integrity of our immigration system.”

Posted by editor on Sunday, November 16 @ 10:06:14 MST (38 reads)
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USCIS employees are being forced to put our nation's security at risk by having
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Join me in sending this letter to your congressman.


Representative Scott Rigell
U.S. House of Representatives, 418 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Representative Rigell:

Kenneth Palinkas, the head of the union for USCIS employees, has written an open letter to the American people warning us about the problems President Obama's executive amnesty would cause. I hope you will read his letter and act to block the amnesty.

Mr Palinkas writes: 

“United States Citizenship and Immigration Service’s loyal and dedicated adjudicators and personnel diligently man the front lines in the battle to protect Americans from terrorism and the abuse of our economic and political resources. As the individuals who screen the millions of applications for entry into the U.S., it is our job to ensure that terrorists, diseases, criminals, public charges, and other undesirable groups are kept out of the United States. Unfortunately, we have been blocked…by the very same government that employs our skill sets...." 

Mr. Palinkas goes on to write that USCIS employees are being forced to put our nation's security at risk by having a quota system for visa approvals and that the president's planned unilateral amnesty would be a security and financial disaster. 

I hope you will read the letter and act on Mr. Palinkas' warning. Please do all you can to stop the president's executive amnesty.

Phone me if you would like to talk about this,




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Posted by editor on Sunday, November 16 @ 03:47:49 MST (38 reads)
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Immigration and the Emperor
Reasons for Impeachment?

Reason for impeachment goes forward

Obama threatens the majority of Americans and their representatives in both houses of the U.S. Congress with executive orders that would turn U.S. sovereignty and the value of citizenship into relics of the past

Low man on the totem pole tries to stop the nation's top field hand from running the plantation into the ground

Obama's people addressing illegals'  DUIs, say to their staff,  "We don’t give a sh*t about that. Let it go." 

"President Barack Obama is planning a massive amnesty of millions of illegal immigrants by executive order," the head of the Immigration Services union, Chris Crane, said. "There's absolutely no doubt." Crane is an Immigration and Customs Enforcement deportation official who also heads the immigration officers’ union.

BTW it appears to this editor that the field hand Obama thinks that the Constitution's strict words dealing with naturalization [it is a sovereign power of Congress]  do not apply to the new role Obama has placed on the President's job description, which seems to be that of Emperor.

Tells us

While President Barack Obama threatens the majority of Americans and their representatives in both houses of the U.S. Congress with executive orders that would turn U.S. sovereignty and the value of citizenship into relics of the past, a government prosecutor is doing all she can to expose the corruption, bullying, and lawlessness of her superiors, according to a report on Friday.

Immigration services became part of the Homeland Security Department in order to protect the U.S. borders not to bring more voters for a political party.
Courtesy of DHS

A top U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) prosecuting attorney is alleging in her lawsuit filed in federal court that she was singled out for punishment for resisting criticizing orders she received to release convicted criminal illegal aliens from custody, according toICE union officials on Friday.

The allegations made in career prosecutor Patricia M. Vroom's lawsuit implicate her superior at ICE, Peter Vincent, the recently-resigned top lawyer at the agency. The 59-year-old Vroom, whose title is Chief Counsel in Arizona, claimed in an Nov. 6, 2014, lawsuit filed with the U.S. District Court of Appeals for the Arizona District that she was directed to drop her prosecutions of illegal aliens with prior Driving Under the Influence (DUI) convictions. When she complained senior ICE official Jim Stolley told her, “We don’t give a sh*t about that. Let it go.”

In addition, She claims that she was pressured by supervisors to halt her prosecution of illegal aliens who were convicted of felonies such as identify theft, including one criminal aliens who had registered to vote twice in two different voting districts. "President Barack Obama is planning a massive amnesty of millions of illegal immigrants by executive order," the head of the Immigration Services union, Chris Crane, said. "There's absolutely no doubt." Crane is an Immigration and Customs Enforcement deportation official who also heads the immigration officers’ union.

After President Obama issued his divisive and politically-motivated “Dreamer" order in 2012, which gave through presidential fiat legal status to individuals brought to the U.S. illegally as children, senior officials including Vroom's superior Peter Vincent to prevent deportations including a DACA recipient convicted of ID theft in Arizona. Arizona has been a continuing target of the Obama White House and the Justice Department headed by Attorney General Eric Holder.

Following her resistance to -- and complaints about -- that decision and several others, Vroom was given poor a negative job appraisal which was at odds with other annual reviews she received. The filed lawsuit details how Vroom was instructed in February 2013 by her superiors at the immigration enforcement agency to release aliens convicted of ID theft felonies in Arizona, another contradiction of ICE's policy.

Vroom's lawsuit claims that she had been instructed to drop the cases and was later mocked for considering the decision a serious legal precedent. Regarding the alien found to have registered to vote twice illegally, Vroom recounts how she was pressured to drop removal proceedings.

"Amnesty by executive order is great for his liberal base. It’s a massive boost for the wounded Democrats and their voting bloc. But it’s terrible news for working Americans who are forced out of jobs by illegal labor. It dooms children who end up in huge classes full of foreigners who don’t speak English. It’s bankrupting for counties and states that have to stump up for emergency healthcare," said border security and immigration enforcement expert Jim Gilchrist, one of the founders of the defamed Minuteman Project.

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Posted by editor on Saturday, November 15 @ 09:15:34 MST (32 reads)
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Obama Shutdown the Report of U.S. Navy Ship Disabled by Russia
National Defense

How Did Obama Shutdown the Reports of U.S. Navy Ship Becoming disabled by Russian Techonology.
What is Being Done to Over Come This?

It Appears nothing as dip-shi*-in-chief puts your tax money and borrowed money from China 
in the coffers of illegal wetbacks and sit on their asses Blacks that trade your tax money for their votes and leaves you defenseless


Incident skipped over by the Pentagon-friendly corporate media


In April of this year, the USS Donald Cook was disabled while on patrol in the Black Sea by an unarmed Russian bomber.

A Russian Su-24 buzzed the ship and “disabled all radars, control circuits, systems, information transmission, etc. on board the US destroyer. In other words, the all-powerful Aegis system, now hooked up — or about to be — with the defense systems installed on NATO’s most modern ships was shut down,” reports the Voltaire Network.

The guided missile destroyer represents the cutting edge of U.S. military technology. It carries Tomahawk cruise missiles with a range of up to 2,500 kilometers, missiles capable of carrying nuclear explosives. The ship carries 56 Tomahawk missiles in standard mode and 96 missiles in attack mode. It is also equipped with the latest Aegis Combat System.

The Aegis Combat System is an integrated naval weapons system manufactured by Lockheed Martin. It uses sophisticated computer and radar technology to track and guide weapons to destroy enemy targets.

“The State Department acknowledged that the crew of the destroyer USS Donald Cook has been gravely demoralized ever since their vessel was flown over in the Black Sea by a Russian Sukhoi-24 (Su-24) fighter jet which carried neither bombs nor missiles but only an electronic warfare device.”

Prior to the incident in the Black Sea, the Russian defense ministry complainedabout the deployment of the warship. The ministry said it demonstrated that U.S. antimissile systems in Europe are aimed at undermining Russia’s nuclear deterrent.

Russia has condemned the placement by NATO of a radar in the Czech Republic and ten interceptors in Poland.

Russia is also sending a message in the wake of the United States and NATO decision to confront it over its alleged role in the crisis in Ukraine. This message could not be more blunt – Russia has the capability to shut down the most technologically advanced aspects of the U.S. military machine, including its ability to launch nuclear missiles.

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My take on Veterans' Day...


Thomas Lipscomb | May 29, 2006

As America headed into the Vietnam War in the early 1960's, a preppy folk group called The Kingston Trio was climbing the pop charts with a Pete Seeger anti-war song called "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" To cut a long repetitive lyric short, the answer was first to become soldiers and then "to graveyards everyone." Anti-war Seeger saw total catastrophe as the only alternative to peace at any price. But it was a great song.

In those days on Memorial Day in May and on Veterans' Day in November, then still called "Armistice Day," millions of Americans were ablaze with bright red poppies with green wire stems in buttonholes or wound around purse straps in honor of America's veterans.

The tradition began in England after the terrible casualties of World War I. It took the symbol of the poppy from a poem by a Canadian Col. McCrae who died in the war and wrote "In Flanders Field." Many who had served in the battlefields of Flanders and France were struck by the faithful blossoming of the bright red poppies there each Spring, despite the shell-torn devastation of the once placid farmland. The poppies came to symbolize the sacrifice of so many of their comrades. As early as 1919 a display of paper poppies in their memory had become a new tradition among several nations.

Each poppy then and now was handmade by a veteran, many in Veterans Administration Hospitals. It provided them a little much-needed income and another source for funds for rehabilitation. A donation in exchange for a poppy was seen as a way to honor the dead and help surviving veterans at the same time. .In 1965 almost 19 million poppies were ordered.

But even after the 30 years of the Vietnam War, The Invasion of Grenada, The Panama Intervention, The Gulf War of 1991 and the Afghan and Iraqi Wars, last year's poppy sales had dropped by almost 75%. And poppies had all but vanished from a great city like New York.

The American Legion Auxiliary, a women's organization, took over the responsibility for distributing the largest share of the poppies back in 1924. But like many organizations, from the Elks to the Masons over the past 30 years of Americans "bowling alone," the Auxiliary also lost about 75% of its membership. And although the American population nearly doubled in those years, the Auxiliary's distribution of poppies dwindled from 19 million to 5 million. Why?

"Perhaps Americans don't feel quite so personally involved with our professional volunteer fighting forces as they had been with a military largely made up of draftees," said Carol Van Kirk, National President of the American Legion Auxiliary in Indianapolis. "And organizations like ours that depend largely on volunteers find fewer homemakers available in a world in which many families have to depend upon working women for their income. Fortunately with the Internet, there are new ways of reaching more people at lower cost and we are exploring some of them now."

One hopes she is right. Certainly if the yellow ribbons and American flags displayed on the bumpers of millions of cars and trucks and mail boxes across the nation are any indication, there is widespread support among the American people for our military that is as deep as the educational system in the United States is steadfastly opposed to it. And that may be the key to where all the poppies have gone.

How many school rooms in America have Memorial Day or Veterans' Day displays today compared to the early 1960s? One quarter at best? And what are traditions if they are not commemorated in the minds of children? How many of the children who grew up in the past 30 years would even know why someone was wearing a red poppy on Memorial Day if they saw one?

For that matter how many even know the story behind the first Memorial Day itself that does so much to remind us of the duties of survivors to those who gave their lives in a bitter war?

It began one year after the close of the Civil War in a small city in the northeastern corner of Mississippi. Columbus had somehow emerged relatively intact from the ravages of a war that had destroyed so many towns and cities around it. There were 1400 Confederate graves nonetheless. And vines and weeds in the deep South grew fast in the fertile land so there was a lot of work to be done in the first months of Spring after the war. The ladies and many widows of Columbus decided to clean and decorate the graves of the dead on what they called then that April 25th 1866 and for years after: "Decoration Day." The local newspaper stated "We were glad to see there was no distinction made between our own dead and about forty Federal soldiers."

Surely a national tradition that began with such a generous gesture after a bitter civil war is more instructive to young Americans than the often absurd politically correct observances that now crowd the calendars of American schools, as trivial as Presidential proclamations of "National Clown Week."

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“Measure of a Man,” NYP Book Review
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He survived the savagery of the Holocaust, made it to America with barely a penny and became a world-famous tailor in Brooklyn, dressing celebrities and presidents. In his new memoir, “Measure of a Man,” Martin Greenfield tells the story of his extraordinary life. In this excerpt, he explains how the concentration camps nearly stripped him of his humanity at age 16 — and the day he got it back.

While at Buchenwald, the SS assigned me to work in the munitions factory. But early one morning after roll call, a soldier placed me on a 12-prisoner team to perform repairs outside the camp in nearby Weimar.

Working in the city was a welcome distraction from camp life. Sometimes you got lucky and spotted a potato in a field or smuggled a trinket to trade for food. Either way, it was a chance to see the sky, escape the stench of rotting corpses, and confirm that there was still a world beyond the barbed wire.

We loaded our gear and marched the few miles to Weimar. The soldiers stopped us in front of a bombed-out mansion, home to the mayor of Weimar. A big black Mercedes sat out front. The soldiers commanded us to sift the rubble, clear the debris, and begin repairs on the mansion.

I walked alone to the back of the estate to assess the damage. Dusty piles of broken bricks lay scattered across the yard. Seeing the cellar door ajar, I slowly opened it. A shaft of sunlight filled the dank cellar. On one side of the space sat a wooden cage wrapped in chicken wire. I walked closer and noticed two quivering rabbits inside the cage.

“They’re still alive!” I said to myself with surprise.

Inside the cage were the remains of the rabbits’ dinner. I unlatched the cage and pulled out a wilted leaf and carrot nub. The lettuce was browning and slimy, the carrot still moist from the rabbits’ gnawing. Excited, I wolfed down the lettuce and tried to crack the chunk of carrot in half with my teeth.


My luck was short-lived. “What are you doing?” a voice yelled.


I whipped my head around toward the door. A gorgeous, smartly dressed blond woman holding a baby stood silhouetted in the door frame. It was the mayor of Weimar’s wife.

“I . . . I found your rabbits!” I stammered with a cheerful nervousness. “They’re alive and safe!”

“Why in the hell are you stealing my rabbits’ food?” barked the woman. “Animals!” I stood silent and stared at the floor.

“I’m reporting this immediately!” she said, stomping away. My heart pounded in my emaciated chest. A few minutes later, an SS soldier ordered me to come out of the cellar. I knew what was coming, and the knowing made it all the worse.

“Down on the ground, you dog! Fast!” yelled the German. He gripped his baton and bludgeoned my back. I do not know whether the mayor’s wife watched the beating. Given her cruelty, why would she want to miss it? On the hike back to Buchenwald, I replayed the scene over and over in my mind.

How could a woman carrying her own child find a walking skeleton saving her pets and have him beaten for nibbling on rotten animal food? I thought.

In that moment, my numbness to death melted. In its place rose an alien blood lust, a hunger for vengeance unlike any I had ever known. The surge of adrenaline and rush of rage felt good inside my withered frame.

Then and there I made a vow to myself: If I survived Buchenwald, I would return and kill the mayor’s wife.

On April 11, 1945, 3:15 p.m., the Allies liberated Buchenwald.

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Residents from Weimar avert their eyes as American forces make them walk past a pile of corpses at the Buchenwald concentration camp.Photo: Getty Images

Physically, I was free. Emotionally, I was in chains. I’d made a promise to myself. And I intended to keep it.

I located two Jewish boys who were well enough to make the walk to Weimar. I told them what the woman did and what I was prepared to do about it. We could rummage machine guns from the mountain of German weapons seized by the inmates and Americans that lay in piles on the Appelplatz.

The streets outside camp were electric with an ominous sense of disquiet. A smattering of prisoners in striped pajamas ambled in search of noncamp food. I kept my eyes open for SS. We gripped our guns and got to Weimar as quickly as possible.

My heartbeat quickened the closer we got to the mayor’s house. Pent-up rage from all I had seen and experienced surged through me. Killing the mayor’s wife could not repay the Nazis for the
terror they had inflicted on us. But it was a start.

We walked a few miles before turning down the street the mayor’s home was on. I pointed to a house several paces down the road: “I think that’s it.” The big black Mercedes was not out front.

It took me a moment to make sure I had the right house.

“The car isn’t here. Looks like the house is empty,” I said. “The plan is we take our guns and go in through the side door. Then we hide and wait so I can kill the blonde bitch that had me beaten.”

The boys nodded.

We crept up to the side door. I slowly turned the knob. It was unlocked. I entered the house quietly, with my gun drawn. The boys fell in behind me and eased the door shut. We stepped softly to mute the sounds of our wooden clogs on the floor.

“Hello?” a voice around a corner said. “Hello?”


Just then the beautiful blond woman turned the corner and let out a screech. She had the baby in her arms again.


“Don’t shoot!” she screamed. “Don’t shoot!”

“Remember me?!” I yelled. “Do you?!”

Her blond tresses shook violently. She hid her face behind her upraised hand as if shielding herself from the sun.

“You had me beaten because of the rabbits. I’m here to shoot you!” I said, sounding like an SS.

“No! Please!” she quavered. “The baby, please!”

I aimed the machine gun at her chest. The baby wailed. My finger hovered above the trigger.

“Shoot her!” one of the boys said. “Shoot her!” The woman’s outstretched hand trembled in the air. My heart pounded against my chest like a hammer.

“Shoot her!” the other boy yelled. “That’s what we came here for! Do it!”

I froze. I couldn’t do it. I could not pull the trigger. That was the moment I became human again. All the old teachings came rushing back. I had been raised to believe that life was a precious gift from God, that women and children must be protected.

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Martin Greenfield in his shop in Brooklyn.Photo: Getty Images

Had I pulled the trigger, I would have been like Mengele. He, too, had faced mothers holding babies — my mother holding my baby brother — and sentenced both to gruesome deaths. My moral upbringing would not allow me to become an honorary member of the SS.

Still, extending mercy felt weak. I tried to save face in front of the boys. If I couldn’t be a hardened killer, I could at least be a car thief. “Where is the car?” I yelled.

“There is nothing,” she said.

“Where is it?!” I barked.

“It’s not here,” she said.

I lowered the gun and stomped out of the house and went around back.

“You made us come here for nothing?” one of the boys huffed.

“I couldn’t shoot her,” I said. “She had a baby!”

“How many babies did they kill?” he quipped. He had a point.

We walked to the large barn behind the house and unlatched the heavy wooden doors. There, covered with hay, sat the big black Mercedes. “That lying Nazi bitch!” one of the boys yelled. I was livid. I’d spared her life and she lied to my face.

“Wait here,” I told the boys. I marched back in the house, gun drawn, and found her. “This time, I’m really going to shoot you,” I said. “Give me the keys!” She gave me the keys. I jogged back to the boys and the car. “I got them,” I said rattling the keys in my hand.

“Who knows how to drive?” one of the boys asked.


 - Martin Greenfield

“Don’t worry, I do,” I said. We brushed off the hay and hopped in the car.


“Hurry up! Let’s get out of here,” one of the boys said.

What a sight we must have been: three teenage Jews in striped prisoner uniforms, armed with machine guns, driving a black Mercedes in Weimar, Germany, on our way back to the Buchenwald concentration camp. We smiled, laughed, and talked tough like the men we weren’t.

“Did you see how scared she was?” one boy said excitedly. “I bet she made in her underwear!” We chuckled and drove on.

“Look!” one of the boys said pointing out the window. “Two girls!” I pulled the car to the side of the street.

We invited the German girls to take a ride. They must have been so mesmerized by the Mercedes that our raggedy uniforms failed to give them pause. To my surprise, they hopped in. This was the closest any of us had been to attractive girls in a long, long time. They rode with us a few blocks before we dropped them off.

I contemplated ditching the car. After all, we were driving the mayor of Weimar’s Mercedes. If that didn’t give us away, the license plates would. But then I thought, What the hell? When’s the next time you will get to drive a Mercedes?

So I drove the car all the way back to Buchenwald. In fact, I drove straight through the camp gates. Only this time, the irony of the slogan emblazoned across the gates — “To each what he deserves!” — made me laugh.

Prisoners stood motionless and stared as we coasted into camp. They must have assumed an important dignitary or the mayor of Weimar himself would step out of the fancy car. When they saw our striped prisoner uniforms, they rushed us. “How did you get a Mercedes?” someone asked.

Modal Trigger“Well,” I said smiling, “we just got it.”

Throughout my life I had heard that everything happens for a reason, that God’s ways were mysterious but purposeful. I believed that. But something I read decades after my showdown at the mayor of Weimar’s house proved to me that in the end, in this life or the one after, God ultimately achieves justice.

A friend shared with me an article from a 1945 issue of Life magazine about Nazi suicides following the war. Here is a portion of what it said: “In the last days of the war the overwhelming realization of utter defeat was too much for many Germans. Stripped of the bayonets and bombast which had given them power, they could not face a reckoning with either their conquerors or their consciences. These found the quickest and surest escape in what Germans call Selbstmord, self-murder . . . In Hitler’s Reich, Germans stopped killing others and began killing themselves. In Weimar, the mayor and his wife, after seeing Buchenwald atrocities, slashed their wrists.”

That day at the mayor’s home, God pricked my conscience. In so doing, He spared me the guilt and shame of killing the mayor of Weimar’s wife.

I didn’t need to kill her. She did it for me.

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How deep does the corruption, if any, does the Sessoms saga run?
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The Will Sessoms Conflict of Interest Issue

Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms, photographed during a City Council meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014.   <span class='credit'>(Steve Earley | The Virginian-Pilot)</span>

Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms, photographed during a City Council meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. (Steve Earley | The Virginian-Pilot)

City Councilman John Moss says law enforcement officials must investigate whether Mayor Will Sessoms broke the law.
City Councilman John Moss says law enforcement officials must investigate whether Mayor Will Sessoms broke the law.


How deep does the Corruption Run?

What does John Moss know and when did he know it?

Is City Attorney Mark Stiles and His Deputy Ron Almond anlon with the Beach Attorney for the Commonwealth Complicit in this transgression of Virginia's COIA Law and the other laws that touch and concern Sessoms conduct, the city attorney's Conduct, and the Commonwealth Attorney's conduct?  Written responses to FOIA requests that the Unalienable Rights Foundation [UARF] sent to these public officials seems to suggest to UARF that these people are highly complicit in these matters[ responses can be found on this web site of the UARF web page [].

It Seems from the responses the Unalienable Rights Foundation's Josh Thompson received to Various FOIA request to Mayor Sessoms,  written by the city attorney's office and Nancy Bloom that both are up to their eyeballs in covering up the Mayor's conflicts of interests.  But this will be for a jury to decide after all the evidence is examined and crossed examined from the witness chair.

Then there is Rick Kowalewitch 's FOIA lawsuit against Sessoms that is in the Virginia Supreme Court [being attended to by Virginia Beach Attorney Greg Sandler] that seeks answers to these questions, which the Pilot and its reporter Holland have not addressed for well over a year.  Why is that?

What is the Pilot's and Holland's motive for ignoring this important lawsuit?

A thanks to Moss for having the gonads to go forward and ask the right questions.

A heads up everyone.  What Moss suggests, that the Va. Attorney General,  the Beach Commonwealth Attorney, the U.S. Attorney, the F.B.I. , needs to look at, was passed along to them well over a year ago by UARF's Mike Bogacki.  Mike also passed the information on to the Virginia State Bar, the Chief Justice of Virginia's Supreme Court, and the Chief Judge of the Va. Circuit Court and they have failed to act on any of it.  This makes us ask the question how deep does the corruption run? 

City Councilman John Moss said local, state or federal law enforcement officers must step in and investigate whether Mayor Will Sessoms broke the law by repeatedly voting on issues affecting clients of TowneBank, where he serves as a president.

Moss's reaction Saturday was the strongest on a day when fellow council members said they were stunned by a Pilot investigation that showed Sessoms voted at least 60 times on issues involving developers and businesses who had received at least $140 million in loans from the bank. State law prohibits officials from voting on issues in which they have a "personal interest," and Sessoms has filed several conflict-of-interest disclosures stating he has such an interest with TowneBank.

"What the newspaper reported makes a prima facie case against the mayor, and that isn't going to just go away," Moss said Saturday. "Whether it is the federal prosecutor, the state attorney general or the commonwealth's attorney - or maybe all of them in some way - doesn't make a difference. Serious questions were raised, and they have to be answered. The facts presented are just too strong to ignore."

Sessoms, elected in 2008, could not be reached for comment. He did not respond to two calls to his cellphone Saturday.

The Pilot found no indication that TowneBank knew of Sessoms' votes or any potential conflict. The bank issued a brief statement Saturday implying that Sessoms never informed them of the pending story or the issues it raised. It was published on at 7 p.m. Friday.

"Acting with only the highest ethical standards is a core value of our TowneBank family and adherence is expected of everyone associated with the company," the statement said.

"While we were unaware of these conflict of interest issues until late Friday evening, we are currently assessing the facts and will take appropriate action accordingly."

The Pilot in the 10 days leading up to the story had several email and telephone exchanges with Sessoms and his secretary at the bank, whose email identified her as an assistant vice president of Towne Financial Services Group, the division of TowneBank headed by Sessoms.

Councilman Bobby Dyer said Saturday that the scope of the newspaper report still hadn't sunk in, but that the council must change the way it does business. He also said the conviction of former Gov. Bob McDonnell on corruption charges in September should be a warning to all Virginia politicians.

"Obviously, there's a flaw in the system that has to be rectified," Dyer said. "There's a new playing field that all politicians face, and we have a higher level of expectations and responsibilities. The public has a right to expect that from their officials."

"These allegations are very serious, and the mayor should have an opportunity to speak to the council before we see what's next," Dyer said. "But right now, it doesn't look good."

Sessoms would not sit down with The Pilot before the story was published to review specific loans but said in brief interviews that he believes all his votes were legal and that he abstained from voting every time he had a valid conflict. If he indeed logged some votes that are prohibited under state conflict-of-interest laws, they were innocent mistakes, he said before leaving on his trip.

But The Pilot found dozens of examples of Sessoms voting on projects even after TowneBank had signed on to finance the deals. A review of some 3,000 court, land and council records showed a pattern of such votes spanning his nearly six years in office. The loans, often for millions of dollars, and the votes connected directly, often within weeks.

Moss and other council members pointed specifically to a vote on behalf of Home Associates of Virginia, which owned two homes and a vacant lot on Lake Rudee that the city said violated zoning setback laws. TowneBank loaned $504,000 on one of the lots on June 14, 2010, and a month later, Sessoms and the council voted to sell three small plots of city land to the developer. The vote put all the property in compliance while protecting the property and the bank's loan.

"I'm not sure you needed a stronger example than that to bring in federal investigators, but obviously there were a lot more," Moss said.

Vice Mayor Louis Jones also has made his living in banking, and records show he routinely abstained on issues related to his private duties. He would not talk about Sessoms' situation but said he always announces any potential conflict.

"My experience is that the city attorney gives us good advice, but we don't have to vote on an issue if we feel there could be a problem," Jones said. "I had one a couple weeks ago where the city attorney said I could vote, but I decided to abstain anyway. Why take the chance?"


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After mid-term elections Obama aggressively continues his anti-white campaign
Affirmative Action Not So Equal

Obama's anti-white campaign continues

He seems to be saying either there ain't no qualified white people

Or the hell with the most qualified, affirmative action goes forward no matter what the cost

Being black, skin color or a moslem seems to be  seems to be Obama's guiding qualification to work in his administration

The examiner tells us:


Advice for Loretta Lynch: Treat your whistleblowers better than [anti-white] Holder did

On Saturday afternoon as anticipated, President Barack Obama formerly introduced his nominee, Loretta Lynch, for the tarnished U.S. Attorney General cabinet position. While the current AG, Eric Holder, is known as a defense attorney -- whose clients included Muslim terrorists -- and a politically-motivated pawn of the radical left to stop conservative local conservative leaders from implementing their ideas, Lynch is known as "a law enforcement-kinda a gal," say New York law enforcement officials, past and present.

Lynch has prosecuted both Democrats and Republicans, black politicians and white politicians, and traditional organized crime (Mafia) and emerging gangs (MS-13).
U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York

While it's difficult to find for conservatives to find something Obama has said that's safe to be taken to the bank as truth, he was apparently anticipating his last two-years at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when he said, "It's pretty hard to be more qualified for this job than Loretta Lynch. I can think of no better public servant to be our next attorney general."

If the U.S. law enforcement community have one piece of advice for Lynch, it would be to treat her whistleblowers better than her predecessor. "She would be advised to speak to the people no longer working for Holder who left the Justice Department in the midst of one controversy or another," said a former New York City detective and hospital security director, Emmet Knowles. "If it were up to me, the first one would be J. Christian Adams who clashed with his superiors at the Justice [Department] over the New Black Panther Party's alleged voter intimidation case," Knowles added.

Adams blew the whistle on something even more disturbing than voter intimidation by the Panthers when he dropped a bomb on hisDepartment of Justice employers: a deputy attorney general refused to investigate allegations of illegal voting during presidential elections.

While the Justice Department continues in denying this allegation -- with the news media portraying Adams as a disgruntled "white' employee -- the conservative think-tank the Heritage Foundationprovided proof that illegal aliens and immigrants with green cards were committing rampant voter fraud in the United States. Instead of looking into J. Christian Adams' allegations, Eric Holder decided to go after those states, such as Arizona and Texas, whose leaders attempted to stop incidents of illegal voting.

In fact, Holder's minions put out a statement denigrating Adams: "It is not uncommon for attorneys with the department to have good faith disagreements about the appropriate course of action in a particular case, although it is regrettable when a former department attorney distorts the facts and makes baseless allegations to promote his or her agenda," the statement said.

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The re-established GOP
Law & Order Recipes For Success

Has the Republican Party re-established itself as the nation’s dominant governing party?
GOP now controls 69 of 99 state legislative bodies.

GOP holds 31 governorships to Democrats’ 18.

Republicans didn’t establish this dominant position because they are unrepresentative outsiders.

GOP has deep roots in four of the dominant institutions of American society: the business community, the military, the church and civic organizations.

The GOP leadership comes from these institutions:  IBM, Reebok, the Red Cross, McKinsey and the Army.
These are not fringe organizations.
These are the pillars of American society.

The GOP won among white-working-class [WASPs] voters by 30 percentage points.

They tied Democrats among Asian-Americans, who are becoming the pillars of society

They severely cut their losses among Hispanics, who are becoming the pillars of society.

Republicans won this election because they re-established their party’s traditional personality.

Every party in opposition goes a little crazy. For Republicans in the early Obama era, insanity took the form of the Sarah Palin spasm. Veteran politicos took the former Alaska governor seriously as a national figure. Republican primary voters nominated the likes of Todd Akin, Christine O’Donnell and Sharron Angle. Glenn Beck seemed important enough to hold a big rally at the Lincoln Memorial.

Fortunately, serious parties eventually pull back from the fever swamps. That’s what’s happening to the Republican Party. It has re-established itself as the nation’s dominant governing party. Republicans now control 69 of 99 state legislative bodies. Republicans hold 31 governorships to Democrats’ 18.

When the next Congress convenes in January, Republicans will have their largest majority in the House of Representatives since 1931; they will have a majority in the Senate, dominate gubernatorial power in the Midwest, and have more legislative power nationwide than anytime over the past century.

Republicans didn’t establish this dominant position because they are unrepresentative outsiders. They did it because they have deep roots in four of the dominant institutions of American society: the business community, the military, the church and civic organizations.

Look at the Republicans who were elected to office on Tuesday:

The next governor of Maryland, Larry Hogan, is the founder of The Hogan Companies, a real estate development firm. He co-chaired a bipartisan commission to reform county government in his state and then founded Change Maryland, an activist group.

David Perdue, who was elected senator in Georgia, was senior vice president for Asian operations for the Sara Lee Corporation. He moved to Haggar Clothing before becoming C.E.O., successively, of Reebok, Pillowtex and Dollar General.

Thom Tillis, elected senator in North Carolina, led a research team at Wang Laboratories before going to work at PricewaterhouseCoopers and then IBM.

The next governor of Illinois, Bruce Rauner, was chairman of the private equity firm GTCR, after having graduated from Dartmouth and Harvard. In 2008, Rauner was named the Philanthropist of Year by the Chicago Association of Fundraising Professionals. Rauner has given more than $20 million toward improving Chicago public schools. He’s also given time and money to a range of causes, including the Y.M.C.A., the A.C.L.U., Morehouse College, the Red Cross and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

The new senator from Oklahoma, James Lankford, got a divinity degree and ran Falls Creek, the nation’s largest Christian camp.

Tom Cotton, elected senator in Arkansas, graduated from Harvard before working at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, serving in the Army and going off to McKinsey.

Let’s pause over some of the institutions mentioned in these mini-bios: IBM, Reebok, the Red Cross, McKinsey and the Army. These are not fringe organizations. These are the pillars of American society.

Republicans won this election in part because they re-established their party’s traditional personality. The beau ideal of American Republicanism is the prudent business leader who is active in the community, active at church and fervently devoted to national defense.

During the primary season, groups like the Chamber of Commerce chased away or defeated renegade conservatives and opened the way for the triumph of this sort of institutional conservative. These candidates won in the general election because working-class voters will trust Republican corporate types so long as they are deeply embedded in their communities, so long as they have demonstrated loyalty to the whole society and not just the upper crust.

This year, Republicans won among white-working-class voters by 30 percentage points. They tied Democrats among Asian-Americans. They severely cut their losses among Hispanics.

The new Republican establishment is different from the old one. It is more conservative. It’s shaped more by the ideas of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial page and the American Enterprise Institute than it is by the mores of the country club. But, at least judging by the postelection comments coming from all corners, it does believe in politics, in legislating, in compromise.

During the Palin spasm, Republicans seemed to detest the craft of governing. Hothouse flowers like Senator Ted Cruz preferred telegenic confrontation to compromise and legislation.

But current party leaders are talking about incremental progress, finding areas where they can get bipartisan support: on trade, corporate taxes, the XL oil pipeline, the medical devices tax, patent reform, maybe even tax reform generally.

Republicans are also talking about restoring the traditional practices of the House and Senate. Let individual members introduce bills. Let those bills work through the committee structure and get votes. Pass budgets on time and according to the rules.

If the party is to fully detoxify its image, something will have to pass next year. Midwestern Republican governors will have to develop a compelling governing model. And the volcanic effusions of the Palin era will have to look like 1970s neckties — inexplicable oddities from another age.

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