Friday, May 4, 2012

Underreporting insider attacks; Congressman Allen West; Another open threat to Supreme Court from the President; Largest tax increase in 2013; Spending billions on "green" military battleships and planes; Secretary of State Project fades

The military is under-reporting the number of times that Afghan soldiers and police open fire on American and other foreign troops.
The U.S.-led coalition routinely reports each time an American or other foreign soldier is killed by an Afghan in uniform. But The Associated Press has learned it does not report insider attacks in which the Afghan wounds — or misses — his U.S. or allied target. It also doesn't report the wounding of troops who were attacked alongside those who were killed.
The Thomas More Law Center, a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, today announced that Congressman Allen West (R-FL) has agreed to serve on the Law Center’s Citizens Advisory Board.

Dictator Obama Issues New Threat to Supreme Court over ObamaCare 

Fox News’ Martha McCallum advised Thursday that the Obama Administration has been quietly sending missives to the Supreme Court threatening that if it doesn’t rule in his favor on ObamaCare, Medicare will face disruption and “chaos.”  Therefore, if SCOTUS rules in favor of the US Constitution, Obama & Co will begin its campaign to either destroy Medicare or make those on it suffer greatly.  The Obama syndicate is said to be threatening to hold off Medicare payments to doctors and hospitals if SCOTUS does not comply with Obama’s demands and submit to him.


Americans face in 2013 the largest tax increase since World War II and there is little hope of President Barack Obama or the divided Congress dealing with the looming crisis until after the November election, according to financial and budgetary experts.
Expiring tax cuts, new Obamacare tax hikes, and automatic cuts resulting from “sequestration” will cost Americans between $300 and $700 billion in 2013 if nothing is done. Analysts at Strategas, a global financial consultancy, say Obama’s campaign rhetoric has painted him into a corner that will make it impossible to resolve the crisis before Election Day.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Defense Secretary Leon Panetta believes that global warming is a national security threat, and he’s pushing for a entire new fleet of costly “hybrid” planes and battleships to save the planet.

"The area of climate change has a dramatic impact on national security," Panetta told the Environmental Defense Fund Wednesday night in Washington,
according to the Washington Examiner.

"Rising sea levels, severe droughts, the melting of the polar caps, the more frequent and devastating natural disasters all raise demand for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief."

Panetta then outlined the steps that the Obama administration is taking with taxpayer dollars.

Read more on Panetta: Hybrid Warships Solution to 'Security Threat' of Global Warming
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The Secretary of State Project, the once influential group backed by billionaire philanthropist George Soros, has either gone into hiding or informally disbanded.
What happened? Did the group just disappear?
The Secretary of State Project was created for the sole purpose of stopping Republicans from “stealing elections” (the project’s founders were a little sore about that whole Kathleen Harris thing). So how did the group plan to accomplish this? Simple: financially back and “get out the vote” for like-minded (i.e. “left-leaning”) candidates running for secretary of state.
“In most states the secretary of state is the chief elections officer, so putting left-wingers in the often-overlooked but critically important office allows these political radicals to manipulate the electoral process,” writes Matthew Vadum for the American Spectator
After all, as Vadum notes, it was Joseph Stalin who once said: “The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”
“This is what liberals call ‘election protection,’” he adds.  
The idea of controlling who counts the votes is hardly original. In fact, Secretary of State Project co-founder Rebecca Bond once said: Any serious commitment to wrestling control of the country from the Republican Party must include removing their political operatives from deciding who can vote and whose votes will count. 
And everything was going smoothly for the organization until President Barack Obama decided to pound through his unpopular health care bill. When “Obamacare” passed, wealthy groups like the Secretary of State Project were powerless against the 2010 Republican “Red Wave.” That year, out of the seven secretary candidates backed by the Soros-funded project, only two won.
Apparently, it was all downhill from there.

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