Aug 16 2014

With a Worldwide Surge in Islamic Terrorism, Homeland Security Fretful Over “Violent” Tea Party

Department of Homeland Security Director, Barnard M. Fife.

Department of Homeland Security Director, Barnard M. Fife.

A leaked document from the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis predicts increased “anti-government violence over the next year.” The document says the inspiration for violence is Cliven Bundy’s Bunkerville standoff with the Bureau of Land Management from earlier in the year.

DHS’s seven-page report entitled Domestic Violent Extremists Pose a Threat to Government Officials and Law Enforcement points to the recent murders of two Las Vegas law enforcement officers as evidence that there is a “growing trend of anti-government violence compared to the previous four years and inspired by perceived government overreach and oppression” and the “perceived victory at Bunkervile” will “likely prompt more violence.”

Bundy’s 20-year legal dispute with the BLM over grazing fees on federal land escalated when the agency attempted to seize his cattle in the beginning of April. An armed stand off between the BLM and supporters of Bundy ensued until the feds backed off before any serious violence erupted and left the 67-year-old rancher’s land.

Read the full article at Breaitbart.com.


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Aug 15 2014

The Fall.

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Aug 12 2014

P.J. O’Rourke…

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Aug 7 2014

LOST: Department of Homeland Security…

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Aug 7 2014

Obama’s Birthday Card

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Aug 7 2014

Ineptocracy…

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Aug 6 2014

Obama: dumber than a third grader…

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Aug 6 2014

Well, I feel safe…

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Aug 5 2014

Is the CDC concocting another epidemic to justify their budget?

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Michael Savage — Ebola is one of various viral hemorrhagic fevers. There have been notable hemorrhagic fever outbreaks in history. In Cocoliztli, Mexico, in 1545, there was an outbreak that wiped out a great part of the population. There was the great yellow fever epidemic of 1793 in Philadelphia in which nearly 10 percent of the population of 50,000 succumbed to the disease. In Congo in 1998 to 2000, there was an outbreak of Marburg virus disease. And, of course, there is now the ongoing West Africa Ebola outbreak with record numbers already dead and spreading rapidly.

So here are some questions. All these experts on television are telling us it’s perfectly safe and we need not worry. And the lamest answer comes when you ask them how the medical doctor who they brought to Atlanta contracted Ebola in Africa. Their answer is always the same: “Oh, an accidental needle prick.”

This is nonsense. It is possible they were experimenting on the poor African villagers and the disease got out of control. Now, they are bringing in highly infectious patients into this nation that is Ebola-free. In doing so, they are violating the primary rule of contagion: isolation. They are now using this: “We must fight our fears or remain compassionate.” This story is unraveling.

Now let’s follow the money. A recent USA Today article had this headline: “NIH to launch early Ebola vaccine trial in September.” What does that mean? Well, what it means is this: Until the current outbreak of Ebola, many in the industry said there was not a great need for an Ebola vaccine, because the virus only caused 10-100 infections per year. But that’s all changed.

Now, according to Dr. Scott Lillibridge, assistant dean at the Texas A&M School of Public Health, “The current outbreak has somewhat changed our thinking.” More people now think the world needs an Ebola vaccine. Why? Because there’s going to be a call to vaccinate entire populations of nations or to vaccinate health workers in hospitals and clinics to protect them from getting and spreading the virus.

Michael Savage, has a Ph.D. in epidemiology

Read the full article at World Net Daily.


Aug 4 2014

Like a Medieval Fairy Tale: Dried-Up Hag Wages War on Sweetness

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Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.) introduced this week the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Tax (SWEET Act), which aims to institute a tax of one cent per teaspoon – 4.2 grams – of sugar, high fructose corn syrup or caloric sweetener.

The measure (HB 5279), introduced Wednesday says, “A 20-ounce bottle of soda contains about 16 teaspoons of sugars. Yet, the American Heart Association recommends that Americans consume no more than six to nine teaspoons of sugar per day.”

Even though the manufacturers’ of the sweet drinks are targeted to pay the tax, the text of the bill itself notes that the goal is to reduce public consumption through a price increase.

During a video presentation for The National Soda Summit in June DeLauro said, “It is long past time that we pass and support policies that work to our better health instead. With that in mind I’m working on legislation right now to tax sugar-sweetened drinks, like sodas, in a way that reflects the serious damage they are doing to our health.”

Read the full tale at CNSNews.com.

You’d think she’d be a little understanding of sugar, since–like her–it also melts if you throw a bucket of water on it.


Aug 2 2014

Those dreaded words…

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Aug 2 2014

Freedom?…

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Jul 30 2014

“Justice” Department Sues State Because Women Aren’t As Strong As Men.

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The Justice Department’s 10-page lawsuit was filed Tuesday in federal court in Harrisburg. A spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday evening that the agency’s lawyers had not seen the lawsuit yet and could not comment on it.

The lawsuit said the use of the tests to screen and select the applicants for the entry-level positions amounted to a pattern of employment discrimination. Much greater percentages of male applicants than female applicants passed the physical fitness tests going back to 2003, it said.

The practice, Obama’s Department of Justice claims, violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and, according to the DOJ,  does not qualify under the law as a business necessity.

A test begun in 2003 consisted of a 300-meter run, sit-ups, push-ups, a vertical jump and a 1.5-mile run, the lawsuit said. The test carried cut-off scores for each of the five events, and the state police required that applicants pass each event, it said.

Read the full story at FoxNews.com.

Apparently the DOJ believes that being a cop requires no physical activity at all. Apparently working for the DOJ requires no mental activity at all.

 


Jul 24 2014

A way too common occurrence…

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Jul 24 2014

Democrats…

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