Saturday, March 24, 2012

We are not the police; Occupy protester calls for cop killing; Book burning; Center for American Progress advice to Obama; Sebelius on name-calling; Sowell calls for abolishment of the CBO; Big Brother in your home; Holder wants to brainwash us about guns; How to balance our budget; MI contemplating free college tuition; Christian conservatives are the American equivalent of the Taliban; Drones with tasers in US; Planned Parenthood beliefs; Green Climat Fund seeks diplomatic immunity
[Many times we have heard from Eric Holder and Progressives that having Americans prove they are citizens who reside in the precinct where they vote is simply racism and an attempt to keep minorities from voting.  They don't consider that if going to the trouble to get themselves registered is too much of a burden, then going to the polls would also be too much of a burden.  Their argument also is that there IS no voter fraud, a fact disputed by my weekly stories on yet another voter fraud case in America.  The video above will show you that in Minnesota one can get a pile of registrations and that the people registering need not give ONE piece of identification in order to be registered. The ladies passing out the forms simply said, "We are not the police".] 
Weaselzippers writes: Police are investigating an apparent Occupy Wall St. protester’s online threat to kill cops.
Someone with the Twitter handle “smackema1” tweeted this message at 11:39 p.m. Saturday, following a clash at Zuccotti Park.: “we wont make a difference if we don't kill a cop or 2.”

Examiner writes: A report released by the Center for American Progress advises the President to use whatever executive powers he has, including his power as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, to push his radical left wing agenda, despite GOP control of the House.
The report says, in part:
The U.S. Constitution and the laws of our nation grant the president significant authority to make and implement policy. These authorities can be used to ensure positive progress on many of the key issues facing the country through:
  • Executive orders
  • Rulemaking
  • Agency management
  • Convening and creating public-private partnerships
  • Commanding the armed forces
  • Diplomacy
The report lists several things the President should do.  Among those are: "Convene and engage hunters and anglers in the development of a fish and wildlife climate adaptation plan"; and, "Generate solar energy on U.S. Air Force hangar roofs".
The group also recommended a virtual statistal collection agency which would, in part, "collect data on lesbian ,gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans in federal data surveys."

( — Immediately after showing middle-school students a new video from the Cartoon Network that admonishes children not to call people names like “stupid,” “fat,” and “jerk,” Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told the students they could do a lot of good by telling some students they were “jerks.”
It “can make a huge amount of difference,” she said.
Sebelius’ remarks came in response to a question from CNN’s Don Lemon, who served as moderator of a panel discussion following a screening of “Stop Bullying: Speak Up.”
Conservative economist Thomas Sowell is calling for the abolishment of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) after it revealed this week that Obamacare may cost American taxpayers nearly twice the $940 billion it originally estimated -- $1.7 trillion over the next decade.

Read more on Thomas Sowell to Newsmax: CBO Should Be Abolished
UK Daily Mail reports: When people download a film from Netflix to a flatscreen, or turn on web radio, they could be alerting unwanted watchers to exactly what they are doing and where they are.
Spies will no longer have to plant bugs in your home - the rise of 'connected' gadgets controlled by apps will mean that people 'bug' their own homes, says CIA director David Petraeus.
The CIA claims it will be able to 'read' these devices via the internet - and perhaps even via radio waves from outside the home.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ has uncovered video from 1995 of then-U.S. Attorney Eric Holder announcing a public campaign to "really brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way."

Holder was addressing the Woman's National Democratic Club. In his remarks, broadcast by CSPAN 2, he explained that he intended to use anti-smoking campaigns as his model to "change the hearts and minds of people in Washington, DC" about guns.
Who knew?  Here is just one of Chuck Woolery's video on how to balance our budget:

                                            Stop first class upgrades on planes for government workers - $146 million
                                            Get out of UN - $3.6 billion
                                            Get rid of Dept. of Education - making dumber students since 1979 - $77 billion
                                            Give up sanctuary for albino squirrels - $1 million
                                            Cut $200 million for Presidential travel
                                            Quit farm subsidies for the 1% wage earners - $30 billion
                                            Get rid of Dept. of Energy - $30 billion
There - wasn't that easy?
Personal Liberty reports: Democratic lawmakers in Michigan, it seems, have taken the message of youthful 99 percenters to heart, their answer to the “everything should be free” crowd: How does free college tuition sound?
With a plan that teeters on being nothing more than public school for grown-ups, the lawmakers hope to raise $1.8 billion to pay for every student in Michigan to attend a two- or four-year college. The proposal would make every Michigan high school student eligible for a grant of $9,500 per year for educational purposes upon graduation for up to four years, according to CBS Detroit.
As the legislators look at ways to provide free education for students in the State, some cities such as Detroit, where economic distress has become the norm, are cutting back on basic public services. Police in the city recently unveiled a plan to restructure 911 services and advised residents not to call unless they are certain they will otherwise lose their life.

Media Research Center reports: A liberal, NBC smugfest invaded CNN on Wednesday. Former Today co-host Meredith Vieira appeared with her husband, journalist Richard M. Cohen, on Piers Morgan. Cohen railed against Christian conservatives as the "American equivalent of the Taliban." I
Deutsch himself got into trouble for a racially tinged remark on February 23, 2010. Appearing on the Joy Behar Show, Deutsch mocked then-candidate Marco Rubio as a "coconut." According to Urban Dictionary, this is someone who is "tan on the outside" and "white on the inside." He later apologized. 
The Blaze reports: “Drones are coming to America to a police department near you.” 
The technology is useful, but poses significant privacy risks.”Drones have very powerful cameras attached to them,” Crump says, “they can see a lot more than the naked eye.” In fact, they can even see through walls with FLIR thermal imaging technology.
Crump believes one of the most alarming prospects is that police drones won’t just have cameras on them, but will also be armed with non-lethal weapons. As can be seen in these photos from Vanguard Defense Industries, the Shadowhawk platform is sturdy enough to be fitted with a variety of “less lethal” munitions.
Shadowhawk drones armed with an array of non-lethal force options–including impact rounds, chemical munition rounds, and tasers– could save lives in McDaniel’s opinion.
Life Site News reports: Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernadino Counties invited Amy T. Schalet, author of Not Under My Roof: Parents, Teens, and the Culture of Sex, to keynote the organization’s “Consider This” luncheon last week.
Dr. Schalet, an assistant sociology professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, said American parents should be more like their counterparts in the Netherlands, who allow teenagers to have sex openly under their roof.
Schalet told local media she finds it unfortunate that America, girls believe “in their parents’ eyes they would be a disappointment if they were to engage in sex.”
My Fox Phoenix reports: The Green Climate Fund, which is supposed to help mobilize as much as $100 billion a year to lower global greenhouse gases, is seeking a broad blanket of UN-style immunity that would shield its operations from any kind of legal process, including civil and criminal prosecution, in the countries where it operates.
There is just one problem: it is not part of the United Nations.

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