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PENTAGON SAYS EBOLA STRIKE TEAM DOES NOT VIOLATE POSSE COMITATUS | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

October 21, 2014 1 comment

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Print this article Font size -16+ Military argues Posse Comitatus is irrelevant and dangerousPentagon Says Ebola Strike Team Does Not Violate Posse ComitatusImage Credits: Wikimedia Commonsby KURT NIMMO | INFOWARS.COM | OCTOBER 20, 2014Pentagon press secretary,

Rear Admiral John Kirby, on Monday dismissed constitutional concerns over the decision to deploy the military in response to the Ebola virus in the United States. We actually do have the legal authority to do this,” Kirby told Morning Joe. “This is nothing more than potential support, and I stress, potential support to civilian medical authorities if and only if they ask for that.”“This isn’t going to violate Posse Comitatus,” he added.On Sunday Obama’s Defense Secretary,

Chuck Hagel, announced the formation of a “quick strike team” to “provide short-notice assistance to civilian medical professionals in the United States.”Despite Kirby’s remarks, the move in fact represents a serious violation of Posse Comitatus.

The Posse Comitatus Act became law in 1878 at the end of Reconstruction. It is intended to prevent the federal government from using troops to enforce state laws.Civil and military separation has a pronounced history in Anglo-American law. It is mentioned in the Magna Carta of 1215. In 1327 Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, argued that so long as civil government is able to enforce the law, military involvement in civil law enforcement is unlawful.

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In seventeenth century England, Oliver Cromwell experienced resistance to the military enforcing laws. In the American colonies, British soldiers enforcing laws provided a major cause for the Revolution.Since September 11, 2001, the federal government and the Pentagon have argued that Posse Comitatus is no longer relevant.

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Wrong on Women Warriors (The new policy to place women in combat units is a mistake)

January 24, 2013 Leave a comment

Wrong on Women Warriors (The new policy to place women in combat units is a mistake)

 

National Review ^ | 01/24/2013 | Heather MacDonald

 

Posted on Thursday, January 24, 2013 9:33:07 AM by SeekAndFind

 

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We have apparently arrived at the Golden Age, free from strife and the threat of foreign enemies. Little else can explain so gratuitous a decision as to place women in combat units. The downsides to such a policy are legion and obvious; the only reason to pursue it is to placate feminism’s insatiable and narcissistic drive for absolute official equality between the sexes.

 

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Dangerous old men in history….stay off their lawns.

January 6, 2013 1 comment

We all remember the famous line delivered by the fictional Walt Kowalski played by Clint Eastwood. Walt, was a recently widowed UAW worker and Korean War veteran.

 

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Delivered from behind a freshly charged and precisely aimed M-1 Garand to a trespassing Asian gang member rolling in Walt’s begonias’ one night…..it definitely got the point across.

 

 

As Walt would say later to three other wayward “utes” picking on a young girl as he calmly leveled his M1911 at them with a sneer…..”Ever notice how you come across somebody once in a while you shouldn’t have f#$ked with? That’s me.”

 

Such men really exist….we have all met them….hell there might even be a few among us that could be them. You never know……eh?

 

For some reason of late, my thoughts turned to an April morning in Massachusetts circa 1775….in various reading, I turned up another dangerous old man in American history that bested my previous favorite who was John Burns of Gettysburg fame.

 

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Early Christian Communism

May 24, 2012 1 comment

For centuries the alleged ideal of communism had come to the world as a messianic and millennial creed. Various seers, notably Joachim of Fiore, had prophesied the final state of mankind as one of perfect harmony and equality, one where all things are owned in common, where there is no necessity for work or need for the division of labor.

In the case of Joachim, of course, problems of production and property, indeed of scarcity in general, were “solved” by man no longer possessing a physical body. As pure spirits, men as equal and harmonious psychic entities spending all their time chanting praise to God, might make a certain amount of sense. But the communist idea applied to a physical mankind still needing to produce and consume is a very different matter. In any case, the communist ideal continued to be put forward as a religious, millennial doctrine. We have seen in volume I its enormous influence on the Anabaptist wing of the Reformation in the 16th century. Millennial and communist dreams also inspired various fringe Protestant sects during the English Civil War of the mid-17th century, particularly the Diggers, the Ranters, and the Fifth Monarchy Men.

The most important forerunner of Marxian communism among these Civil War Protestant sectarians was Gerrard Winstanley (1609–60), the founder of the Digger movement and a man much admired by Marxist historians.

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Stanton, Torture, and Military Prisons — Setting the Precedent

May 30, 2008 Leave a comment

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28 May 2008
Stanton, Torture, and Military Prisons — Setting the Precedent
PART II
by Al Benson, Jr.

 

Author Nathaniel Weyl has agreed with Otto Eisenschilm’s view of what Edwin M. Stanton and company were all about. In The Battle Against Disloyalty he wrote: “In the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the United States War Department bore some traces of resemblance to the Soviet secret police. It’s leaders were zealots who believed that, if the end didn’t justify the means, nothing else could.” Read more…
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