As politicians around the nation hide in the shadows and
wring their hands over Obama’s lawless mass amnesty for 2 million illegals, the state of Arizonais presenting a united front against it.
It has been known for over four years that Davis, a member of the Communist Party, was
the mysterious “Frank” from Obama’s book, Dreams from My Father, and that he influenced the young Obama before he went off to college. Davis was Obama’s mentor for eight years of his young life in Hawaii.Takara, a former associate professor at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, is one of those who confirmed four years ago that “Frank” was indeed Frank Marshall Davis.
Gunny G: Better Than A Sergeant? ~ Ask Chesty Puller!
The following is from LtCol Jon Hoffman's new book"Chesty...." Random House, 2001, page 365
The Strange Case of Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker http://www.textfiles.com/conspiracy/walker.txt
……Nine days later, on April 9, Walker was sitting at his desk at home when the famous shooting incident occurred. Meanwhile, the American Medical Association was receiving “a volume of letters from individual physicians” charging Dr. Charles E. Smith, the Army psychiatrist — who commented on Walker’s mental state at the time of the Oxford violence — with unethical conduct: that he made an improper diagnosis without a personal examination. Dr. Smith was cleared by the AMA on July 4, 1963. He said that news stories of Walker’s “reported behavior reflects sensitivity and essentially unpredictable and seemingly bizarre outbursts of the type often observed in individuals suffering with paranoid mental disorder.”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchEdwin Anderson WalkerColEAWalker.jpgColonel Edwin A. WalkerBorn November 10, 1909Center Point, Kerr County,
Texas, USADied October 31, 1993 aged 83Dallas, TexasAllegiance United States of AmericaService/branch United States Army seal United States ArmyYears of service 1931 – 1961Rank US-O8 insignia.svg Major GeneralCommands held 24 Infantry Division SSI.svg 24th Infantry DivisionBattles/wars World War IIKorean War
Major General Edwin Anderson Walker, sometimes known as Ted Walker November 10, 1909 – October 31, 1993, was a United States Army officer who fought in World War II and the Korean War, reaching the rank of Major General.
Update: Secret Service denies thanking baker for rejecting Biden visit
washingtonexaminer.com/ ^ | 8/17/12
Posted on Friday, August 17, 2012 5:07:17 PM by Justaham
Did Secret Service officials associated with Vice President Joe Biden thank a baker for refusing to host the vice president at his shop on Wednesday, as local media reported? The U.S. Secret Service says it didn’t happen.
“[O]ur personnel were not involved in making that statement,” U.S. Secret Service spokesman Max Milien told National Review Online’s
Daniel Foster. “Milien said there were agents in the bakery, along with (similarly dressed) local law enforcement, but that USSS was there merely to thank the shop owners for their trouble and apologize for any inconvenience the advance team may have caused them,” National Review added.
The Josh Tolley Channel ^ | Aug. 17, 2012 | Josh Tolley
Posted on Friday, August 17, 2012 4:01:09 PM by TexasFossil
The Steady Drip, Blaze ^ | August 16, 2012 | GBTV
Posted on Friday, August 17, 2012 3:53:07 PM by opentalk
Glenn explains exactly why we are not the close-minded people Barack Obama think we are. (A MUST SEE VIDEO)
Media won’t report the facts -We must! -NOT WHITE HOUSE APPROVED!
Posted on Friday, August 17, 2012 3:32:45 PM by lward99
ran a segment on the military members who are taking action against President Barack Obama and his administration for their deliberate, continuing national-security leaks that are endangering the lives of the military men and women who serve and protect the United States of America. In that segment, liberal smear artist Bob Beckel defended the Obama White House’s intentional release of highly sensitive and highly classified security information:
Geraldo Asks if Napolitano Has Let A ‘Lesbian Cabal’ Take Over DHS
The Blaze ^ | 8/17/2012
Posted on Friday, August 17, 2012 2:49:20 PM by Beave Meister
A new survey by Quinnipiac University found that New York City residents are more likely to vote for a gay, lesbian or Muslim president than a born-again Christian, Mormon, or atheist. 30% of New Yorkers
said they would turn an atheist down, 27% said thumbs-down on a born-again Christian, 24% nixed Mormons, but only 19% would vote against a Muslim and 10% against a gay or lesbian.
Clint & Mitt: You've Got to Get Mean...Mad-Dog Mean.
Posted on Thursday, August 16, 2012 7:45:33 AM by goodn'mad
In the movie, "The Outlaw Josey Wales," a small group was surrounded in the farm house preparing for an attack from a gang of outlaws. Josey prepares the group for the ensuing battle. He finally admonishes them with these words, "Now remember, when things look bad and it looks like you are not going to make it, then you’ve got to get…
On the morning of May 15, 1864, the cadets of the Virginia Military Institute fell into rank and began the march to New Market, where they would serve as a last defense against a Northern force headed by General Franz Sigel.
Despite his determination not to let the boys see actual combat, Southern General John Breckinridge was forced to, at last, commit the young, grey-clad corps to fill a gap in the line as the battle raged near the old Bushong Farm. The young cadets fought valiantly and helped turn the tide of battle, securing an increasingly rare victory for the doomed Confederacy.
Mustered at dawn, the 247 cadets of the Virginia Military Institute, more than half first-year students as young as 15, fell into ranks and began the long march to New Market. Having left with a minimum of baggage, they camped near the town of Midway when the rains began to pour down.
medical bills – something George’s millionaire “brother,” who happens to be president of the United States, was apparently not willing to do.
“Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering
if they’ve made a difference. The Marines don’t
have that problem.”
President Ronald Reagan seems to be universally
credited with the above quote, and the quote
itself is generally shown with Reagan’s name
But, was he the originator of that saying?
No, he was not!
He did speak those words in 1985 (or whenever)
alright, but he was not the first one to do so.
I, personally, know that the above “quote” was
known to Marines long prior to 1983/1985. In fact,
when I heard Reagan use it, I recall that I
jokingly remarked to the effect that he would
likely then be credited with it. But I never
DAVID BARTON “The Jefferson Lies,” VS. HIS CRITICShttp://uvideo100.com/100.html ^Posted on Friday, August 17, 2012 11:57:38 AM by navysealdadGlenn Beckwelcomed David Barton, a friend, on his Thursday evening program to tackle the issue face-to-face.
He said that Barton is one of the most “honest and decent” men he knows and that, while he won‘t question the motives of the historian’s detractors, doesn‘t question Barton’s integrity for a moment. There are multiple clips, listed in chronological order:
The U.S. Armyis planning to develop new protective headgear for soldiers that will shield them from ballistic munitions, small arms ammunition and blunt trauma as part of missions that will
include “homeland security operations.”
U.S. Troops To Get New Headgear For Homeland Security Operations massive%20us%20troop%20ca%203
George Soros’ attack dog, ThinkProgress, has exploited a supposed clerical error on an ammo purchase by the National Weather Service that was actually ordered by NOAA Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement as an excuse to attack Rand Paul
, Alex Jones and Infowars.com.
Soros Propaganda Front Slanders Rand Paul and Alex Jones More lies and distortion from Soros’ ThinkProgress propaganda front.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Obama Will Win
Thanks to the banana Republicans, says Scott Lazarowitz.
MORE!!!!!/CLICK LINK BELOW!!!!!
Posted on Friday, August 17, 2012 10:31:37 AM by Former Fetus
National security and foreign
policy have received short shrift in the 2012 presidential-election campaign. Mitt Romney made a quick swing through Britain, Israel, and Poland to suggest he would repair strained relations with America’s closest allies. President Obama has repeatedly reminded voters that he gave the order to kill Osama bin Laden. That’s about it.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — It sounds like a horror movie: Biting ants invade by the millions. A camper's metal walls bulge from the pressure of ants nesting behind them. A circle of poison stops them for only a day, and then a fresh horde shows up, bringing babies. Stand in the yard, and in seconds ants cover your shoes. It's an extreme example of what can happen when the ants — which also can disable huge industrial plants — go unchecked.
The Tragic Real Life Violence in Obama’s Hollywood Movie… (“Aside from the clear and present danger the Obama regime places the military and their families in by ongoing intelligence leaks, the most telling part of the video Dishonorable Disclosures is how Obama invited Hollywood to the White House for a briefing days after the killing of Osama bin Laden.”)
Aside from the clear and present danger the Obama regime places the military and their families in by ongoing intelligence leaks, the most telling part of the video Dishonorable Disclosures is how Obama invited Hollywood to the White House for a briefing days after the killing of Osama bin Laden.
According to a public
summary document, the loan, from the federal government’s Overseas Private Investment Corporation, is for “[u]p to $20.0 million,” and is designed to “expand Winner Import Ukraine’s automobile business, [and] construct and operate ‘Winner Autocity,’ which will have two new, state-of-the-art dealership facilities for Porsche and Land Rover/Jaguar automobiles.”
The Wednesday edition of the Morning Jolt features the Obama campaign’s most indefensible, false, incendiary attack since their last one, a reason to doubt foreign policy columnists with unnamed sources, and then this thought
about our political future…
What if 2012 Isn’t Obama’s Last Campaign?
A sign in Broken Arrow is raising some
eyebrows.The sign is hanging next to Additive Systems, Inc. on Main Street in Broken Arrow.It says "'We' built this business without gov't. help. Obama can kiss our a."It goes on to say, "I'm Bob Roggendorff and I approve this message."While our crew was on scene, a man pulled over just to get a picture of it."
A NEW "KING GEORGE"July 24 2007 at 9:34 AMNo score for this post GyG Login Dick GainesForum Ownerfrom IP address126.96.36.199A New "King George"July 22, 2007The Nation
column was written by Robert Scheer.http://tinyurl.com/36x4cyGeorge W. Bush is the imperial president that James Madison and other founders of this great republic warned us about.
VANITY: Meagan Kelly said she hears it's in the bag for Obummer to win re-election - back room info.
VANITY: Meagan Kelly said she hears it's in the bag for Obummer to win re-election - back room info.
FOX News | 8/16/12 | me
Posted on Thursday, August 16, 2012 3:59:38 PM by matginzac
I was riding around in the car, listening to XM Radio and had FOX News with Megan Kelly's show on. She was interviewing some guy and said (paraphrase) she's hearing from people in the know who are discussing this behind closed doors that…
With record drought destroying crops across the country, cornprices are skyrocketing, and that is causing
a world-wide ripple effect, including on the cost of the corn-derived gasoline additive ethanol.
November’s Choices by Andrew P. Napolitano… (“We are in terrible straits this presidential election. We have a choice between a president who has posed more of a Andrew Napolitano & Tom Woods Andrew Napolitano & Tom Woods (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore) danger to personal freedom than any in the past 150 years and a Republican team that wants to return to Bush-style big government.”)
We are in terrible straits this presidential election. We have a choice between a president who has posed more of a
danger to personal freedom than any in the past 150 years and a Republican team that wants to return to Bush-style big government.President Barack Obama has begun to show his hand at private fundraisers and in unscripted comments during his campaign. And the essence of his revelations is dark.
Dishonorable Disclosures… (“Intelligence and Special Operations forces are furious and frustrated at how President Obama and those in positions of authority have exploited their service for political advantage.”)
their service for political advantage. Countless leaks, interviews and decisions by the Obama Administration and other government officials have undermined the success of our Intelligence and Special Operations forces and put future missions and personnel at risk.
Someone needs to explain to me why we are still hyping ethanol as the savior of the economy and as the greatest energy product since sliced bread. I was reading a post by Country Thinker that already had me thinking about this
That was followed up by an article on Fox News. For years, the American taxpayer has been subsidizing ethanol, to the tune of about $6 billion each year. For those of you who don’t understand what that really means, here is a translation. We have propped up an industry to make it profitable for those who are producing ethanol. After all, it is a clean energy solution and must be kept alive. I’ll explain how untrue that is in a moment.
A Storied Presidency… (“But fear not. If you don’t like those stories, the president has more. He’s always got more stories. And he actually believes them, too.”)
though often not exactly true — persuaded many people that this young man had a great political future ahead of him.
Nearly a decade later, Obama introduced himself to the country with a stirring speech at the 2004 Democratic convention in which he conceded, “I stand here knowing that my story is part of the larger American story … and that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible.”
“Even as we speak,” Obama declared as he strode the high road at takeoff velocity, “there are those who are preparing to divide us, the spin masters and negative ad peddlers who embrace the politics of anything goes.”
“Well, I say to them tonight, there’s not a liberal America and a conservative America; there’s the United States of America.” He insisted that we stop listening to the “pundits” who divide the country into red and blue states.
“I’ve got news for them, too.” Obama thundered. “We worship an awesome God in the blue states, and we don’t like federal agents poking around our libraries in the red states.”
Obama’s rhetoric soared high, despite the ballast of straw men clinging to his sentences like desperate souls clinging to the struts of an American helicopter leaving Saigon. (What federal agents, pray tell, poked around our libraries?)
Four years later, Obama ran for president as a “change” candidate championing the transformative power of words. In the Democratic primary, he announced that his true opponent was “cynicism” itself. Apparently, to oppose Obama’s candidacy for any reason was to give in to dark motivations. Later, he explained that Democratic voters who preferred Hillary Clinton were “clinging” to their bigotries and small-mindedness. As ever, his candidacy did not bear close inspection, but it’s hard to inspect something at such an altitude. Besides, as ever, he told a good story.
Indeed, as Obama told Newsweek reporter Richard Wolff, “You know, I actually believe my own bull—-.”
No doubt he believed it, in April 2008, when he assured voters, “We’re not going to run around doing negative ads. We’re going to keep it positive, we’re going to talk about the issues.” By July 2008, Obama was saying that the $4 trillion increase in national debt during the eight years of George W. Bush’s presidency was “unpatriotic.”
And by September 2008, his campaign was running ads ridiculing his opponent, Sen. John McCain, because he couldn’t send an email. Never mind that McCain’s inability had nothing to do with technological ineptitude and everything to with the war hero having been so brutally beaten by the Viet Cong that he physically couldn’t use a keyboard. His wife would read his emails to him.
Of course, Obama won. People liked his story.
Some say President Obama has been a smashing success, achieving everything he promised to do. He himself told “60 Minutes” in December that his domestic and foreign-policy accomplishments exceeded those of any president “with the possible exceptions of Johnson, FDR and Lincoln.”
Others claim President Obama was stymied at every turn by an obstructionist Congress that wanted him to fail. Interestingly, both stories can be heard coming out of the president’s own mouth on any given day.
But last month he added a new twist to his tale. He told CBS News that “the mistake of my first term — couple of years — was thinking that this job was just about getting the policy right.” What Obama forgot to do was “to tell a story to the American people.”
What a curious thing to say, particularly for such a storyteller. It amounts to: “I did everything right, but the public can’t see it without a story.
By the way, if amassing $4 trillion in debt over eight years is “unpatriotic,” how does racking up $5 trillion more in four years add up to “getting the policy right”?