Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Washington to take command of the oceans; Requiring employees to post info on rights to forn a union is not allowed; Obama's friendship strategy fails in N. Korea; $205,000 spent to translocate one bush; Eric Holder's double-standard; Harvard's "Understanding Obama" class; A Catholic university puts on drag show to foster empathy; Black-on-white crime ignored; Did Janet Napolitano perjure herself?; Anarchist Book Fair and "All pigs must die"; "Buffett Rule" failed to pass;

Human Events reports: President Barack Obama has an ambitious plan for Washington bureaucrats to take command of the oceans—and with it control over much of the nation’s energy, fisheries, even recreation in a move described by lawmakers as the ultimate power grab to zone the seas.

The massive undertaking also includes control over key inland waterways and rivers that reach hundreds of miles upstream, and began with little fanfare when Obama signed an executive order in 2010 to protect the aquatic environment.
But in his zeal to curb sea sprawl, lawmakers say the president’s executive order also gives Washington officialdom unprecedented reach to control land use as well.

“The order says they shall develop a scheme for oversight of oceans and all the sources thereof,” Flores said. “So you could have a snowflake land on Pikes Peak and ultimately it’s going to wind up in the water, so as a result they could regulate on every square inch of U.S. soil.”
The idea to create a policy to oversee multiple uses of the ocean originated during the Bush administration, but after push back from within the ranks, including Vitter, the idea was dropped.
Rep. Don Young (R–Alaska) explained the new bureaucracy to his constituents during an April 3 Alaska field hearing as “a complicated bureaucratic scheme which includes a 27-member national ocean council; an 18-member governance coordinating committee; 10 national policies; nine regional planning bodies—each involving as many as 27 federal agencies as well as states and tribes; nine national priority objectives; nine strategic action plans; seven national goals for coastal marine spatial planning; and 12 guiding principles for coastal marine spatial planning.”  [It appears to me to be part of Obama's full government employment agenda.] http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=50880
Expose Obama writes: A federal judge has ruled that the National Labor Relations Board cannot require private employers to put up posters informing workers of their right to form a union.
U.S. District Judge David Norton in South Carolina says the labor board exceeded its authority from Congress when it approved the poster requirement last year.
The decision Friday conflicts with a ruling last month by another federal judge in Washington,D.C.,who found the posters were a reasonable means to make workers aware of labor laws.  http://www.exposeobama.com/2012/04/14/federal-judge-rules-against-unions/

The Cable.Foreign Policy reports: North Korea's apparently unsuccessful launch of an Unha-3 rocket with a "satellite" attached marks not only the 100th birthday of the country's founder Kim Il Sung, but also the end of the Obama administration's year-long effort to open up a new path for negotiations with the Hermit Kingdom.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned earlier Thursday that the promised launch by North Korea would scuttle the deal the Obama administration negotiated with Pyongyang and announced on Leap Day Feb. 29, which would have provided North Korea with 240,000 tons of U.S. food assistance over the next year. She lamented that the North Koreans had thrown away the progress made. http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/04/12/north_korean_missile_launch_torpedoes_obama_s_engagement_strategy
CNS News reports: The government spent at least $205,075 in 2010 to “translocate” a single bush in San Francisco that stood in the path of a $1.045-billion highway-renovation project that was partially funded by the economic stimulus legislation President Barack Obama signed in 2009.  http://cnsnews.com/news/article/shovel-ready-san-fran-205075-translocate-one-shrub-path-stimulus-project
One New Snow reports: Former Justice Department attorney says U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is demonstrating a clear double-standard in his dealings with the Trayvon Martin case.

During a recent address before the annual convention of the National Action Network, a group founded by civil rights leader Al Sharpton, Holder pledged that the Justice Department will take whatever action is necessary in the killing of Trayvon Martin if it finds evidence that a federal civil rights crime has been committed.
But the top law enforcement official in the country did not utter a word about the actions of the New Black Panther Party, which put up a $10,000 bounty for the "capture" of confessed shooter George Zimmerman. Their poster offering the bounty read: "Wanted Dead or Alive."

J. Christian Adams is the former Justice Department attorney who blew the whistle on certain members of the DOJ who allowed members of the New Black Panther Party to get off the hook despite evidence of blatant voter intimidation in Philadelphia during the 2008 presidential election. He says putting a bounty on someone's life is soliciting kidnapping -- a federal offense.

"As recently as February, Eric Holder's Justice Department prosecuted individuals who were accused of attempting to solicit kidnapping from people they thought were white supremacists," Adams tells OneNewsNow. "So this is a Justice Department that has been willing to enforce the law against some people." http://www.onenewsnow.com/Legal/Default.aspx?id=1576666
"There are two ways to conquer
and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other
                                                          is by debt." John Adams 1826

Daily Caller reports: Not every Harvard Law School alumnus has a class devoted to him — but then, President Barack Obama is not just any alumnus.
According to the Harvard Law School course catalog, professor Charles Ogletree will be teaching a reading group called “Understanding Obama” for one classroom credit during the 2013 spring term.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/04/10/obama-admirer-to-teach-understanding-obama-class-at-harvard-law-school/#ixzz1s1zIS5wE
US.MC reports: The University of San Diego, a Catholic university, held a drag show put on by some of its students with the blessing of the administration and President Mary Lyons, despite the strong protest by other students and alumni. The president defended the drag show as an educational activity to help foster students' empathy for 'gender non-conformity'. Sign our petition to hold President Mary Lyons accountable for betraying the school's Catholic values. http://us.mc1610.mail.yahoo.com/mc/welcome?.gx=1&.tm=1334418438&.rand=15plo0bvg1lh3#_pg=showMessage;_ylc=X3oDMTBucmhobGR0BF9TAzM5ODMwMTAyNwRhYwNkZWxNc2dz&mid=1_346765_AOHci2IAAGC9T4llQAFnYyTflVM&fid=Inbox&sort=date&order=down&startMid=0&filterBy=&.rand=551990418&hash=e75099f93354cc7181be310ef08730e8&.jsrand=8706631
Examiner writes: You didn't hear about this is the media, but on the weekend of March 24th and March 25th at least seven white people were brutally beaten by mobs of blacks in Grand Rapids, MI. Five of the victims filed police reports. At least two other victims exist, and there are probably others. The local media has refused to report the cruel attacks and the authorities are resisting any serious cha

Continue reading on Examiner.com Media censored seven hate crime mob attacks in Grand Rapids - Charleston Charleston Conservative | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/charleston-conservative-in-charleston-sc/media-censored-seven-hate-crime-mob-attacks-grand-rapids#ixzz1s7ZwEHnx
Expose Obama writes: This coming Monday,April 16,a new book by Katie Pavlich is scheduled to be released.  The book, Fast and Furious is reported to shed more light on the botched ATFE Operation Fast and Furious and the cover up that followed.
According to Pavlich,when Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano testified before Congress about Operation Fast and Furious,she lied on at least two occasions.  Twice she was asked if she had discussed Fast and Furious US Attorney General Eric Holder and twice she answered no.  Pavlich says that there were five emails that clearly indicate that Napolitano and Holder discussed the failed program within two days after the death of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.  http://www.exposeobama.com/2012/04/14/new-book-contends-napolitano-perjured-herself-before-congress/
Breitbart reports: Last night’s riotous atmosphere resulted in a sergeant and lieutenant suffering minor injuries while scuffling with anarchist protesters at the Astor Place Starbucks, the police said.
According to police, around 25 people tried smashing the windows of the cafe with eight-foot long steel pipes at around 8:45 p.m. after attending the Anarchist book fair earlier in the day. “Patrons fearing that they would be hit by flying glass hid under tables,” the police said in a statement. “Several” officers were assaulted with pipes and bottles, the police added.
As the news reports, the clash started after the Anarchist Book Fair. Lest you think this is mere coincidence, let’s take a quick look at the some of the workshop offerings presented at the Fair -- which advertises that they welcome children, by the way. So what was being taught at the Anarchist Book Fair prior to Saturday’s attack on a Starbucks and subsequent march calling the police pigs?
Self-defense and street combat for anarchists... - Sunday, 4:15-5:45pm Judson Assembly Room
J. "G." J.
will provide a basic overview of offense and defense when dealing with recalcitrant fascists and / or pig police. We will deal with holds, strikes, traps and disarming techniques.  
According to police, part of the rowdy group — some of them masked — marched near Washington Square Park, chanting “cops are murderers” and “all pigs must die.” The crowd eventually grew to around 150, with some tipping garbage cans and spray painting anarchist symbols on buildings, the police said. http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/04/15/nyc-occupy-thugs-smash-starbucks-shout-all-pigs-must-die

Free Beacon wrotes: The Democratic-led Senate on Monday voted to reject President Obama’s most recent policy proposal—a tax increase on some 4,000 millionaires that would raise about $47 billion over the next decade.
The so-called “Buffett Rule”—named after billionaire Obama supporter Warren Buffett and rendered in bill form as the “Paying a Fair Share Act”—fell by a partisan vote of 51-45, failing to meet the 60-vote requirement to proceed to passage.
The vote’s failure was expected. Leading Democrats have all but admitted the Buffett Rule legislation is merely an election-year ploy to force Republicans to vote against tax hikes on “high earners.” http://freebeacon.com/the-buffett-bust/

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