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(Col Sellin) ~ America’s Hopelessly Corrupt Political-Media Culture by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD ~ “A special place in hell will be reserved for the American media, whose blatant lies, lies of omission and left-wing commentary masquerading as news have made truth a political commodity, undermined democracy and facilitated the very corruption the people’s “watchdog” was designed to prevent.” Family Security Matters…

August 29, 2014 1 comment

America’s Hopelessly Corrupt Political-Media Cultureby LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD

August 28, 2014truth lies corruption _ L

The United States has dire problems at home and perilous threats from abroad, all of which are solvable, but not with the politicians who are now wielding the power and the journalists who are controlling the national dialogue, few of whom serve the interests of the country or tell the American people the truth.

For Democrats, the only things Americans have in common are our differences. They attain and maintain power by practicing tribal politics, emphasizing and exploiting divisions based on race, ethnicity, gender and income. A united and healthy America is an anathema to the Democratic Party.Democrats do not offer coherent policies to address national issues, but present a collection of simultaneous arguments embracing grievances and entitlements for which no solutions are ever sufficient and whose demands for redress become ever more extreme.

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Obama Headscars. Astounding New Video Review! Hair-Raising! Obama Born In Test Tube… Zombie? CIC In Charge Of Nuclear Weapons Shows No Medical Records. PhotoShop Or Surgery? | Opinion – Conservative

August 12, 2014 1 comment

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Obama is the Antichrist. One of the characteristics is his “fatal head-wound” says the Bible. Obama’s skull is terrible and awe-striking.In this old video before his handlers had a grip on him, the scars are very obvious.

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The one scar which I highlight in the video here, is the one at the level of his left-hand temple in the hair, parallel to his hairline and vertical. It runs along a general direction which would go from his eye toward the top of his head. I’ve never seen this scar before.

The closest I see is on this picture below, but that’s the right-hand side not the left: On that picture, there’s also a scar running up from the ear which the left-hand side in the video doesn’t have. Did his handlers get him surgery to cover it up? The left-side vertical scar to his temple is visible on some pcitures like here, above.

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Gunny G: The Best “REAL cONSERVATIVE” Articles Online !!!!! !!!!!…..LewRockwell.com

July 28, 2014 1 comment

Actor Jon Voight on “Huckabee” Reads Blistering Indictment of Barack Obama; Calls Americans to Stand Up and Save the Nation – Video… | Tea Party

July 13, 2014 2 comments

Before It’s News

Here is video of actor Jon Voight on “Huckabee” tonight where he read a blistering indictment of Barack Obama, and called on Americans to stand up and save the nation for future generations.

Voight gave a personal and emotional appeal, and hammered the radical agenda being carried out by Obama. Voight even brought up the fact that Barack Obama’s father was a “Marxist,” and that he “hated America because he saw America as aggressors.”

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(Col Sellin) ~ Is the Republican establishment using race-baiting and voter fraud? by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD ~ Family Security Matters

July 2, 2014 1 comment

Is the Republican establishment using race-baiting and voter fraud?

by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD

July 2, 2014

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Apparently, the Republican establishment will use any means necessary to suppress spontaneous outbreaks of democracy among ordinary Americans.Incumbent and Republican establishment darling Senator Thad Cochran R-MS faced a tough challenge in the June 3rd Republican primary from Tea Party-backed State Senator Chris McDaniel.

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Although Cochran maintained a lead over McDaniel in terms of campaign finances, the primary results did not provide a clear winner. McDaniel 49.5%, 155,040 received more votes than Cochran 49%, 153,654, but a third candidate, Thomas Carey 1.5%, 4,789, took just enough votes so that McDaniel did not receive the 50% of the vote necessary to avoid a runoff.One week later, the Republican establishment was stunned when House Majority Leader Eric Cantor R-VA, who was in line to be the next House Speaker, was crushed in his primary by Tea Party-backed economics professor Dave Brat, who received 55.8% of the vote compared to Cantor’s 44.2%.

That result set the stage for an epic battle between a battered Republican establishment and a rejuvenated Tea Party in the June 24, 2014 Mississippi Senatorial run-off between Cochran and McDaniel, a contest the Republican establishment knew it could not afford to lose.The Republican establishment went into full panic mode when a WPA Research poll conducted between June 9th and 10th showed McDaniel’s lead over Cochran among 500 likely GOP primary runoff voters had shot up to eight points, 49% and 41%, respectively.Clearly, Cochran was losing ground among

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Republican voters and the Republican establishment likely then decided that it could only close the gap by adopting Democratic Party tactics and soliciting cross-over votes from registered Democrats.Cochran used Democratic Party talking points about Tea Party candidates, leveling personal attacks against McDaniel, calling him an “extremist” and “dangerous.”……………….

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The RINOs: A History…..

June 26, 2014 1 comment

The RINOs: A HistoryThe Feehery Theory

^ | June 25, 2014 | John Feehery, GOP consultantPosted on 6/26/2014, 11:09:54 PM

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When news broke that Eric Cantor had lost his primary, Ed Gillespie, the Republican nominee for the Virginia Senate seat, immediately tweeted congratulations to David Brat. The rest of the Republican party establishment, the non-sentimental lot that it is, fell into line and pledged to support the winner.Cantor had been defeated.

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There was no talk of starting a third party or sitting the election out. Sure, there was some anger and disappointment, but rank and file Republicans moved on.Contrast with the news of what happened last night. Long before it became clear that Thad Cochran, a long-time Republican incumbent and overall highly respected senior Statesman, had been reelected, Tea Partiers had a existential meltdown.

Sarah Palin went on Sean Hannity’s Show and threatened to start a third party. Prominent bloggers cried that if they didn’t get their way, they would drop out of politics entirely. Laura Ingraham, who led the charge against Cantor, threatened to join Palin.The biggest epithet the Tea Party crowd likes to throw at prominent establishment types like me is that we are RINO’s.

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A RINO is a Republican In Name Only. But who is really the RINO? The one who fights for the nominee no matter who he or she is or the one who threatens to bolt the party every time a primary election doesn’t go their way?This ideological fight has been going on a long time.It started when Teddy Roosevelt – who is most famous these days for occasionally winning the President’s race at Nationals stadium – started the Bull Moose Party because he thought his successor wasn’t doing a sufficient job in continuing his legacy.Roosevelt accused William Howard Taft of not really being a Republican, and vice versa.

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The fight continued in the 1920’s, when Joe Cannon of Illinois battled with Bob LaFollette of Illinois. In the 1950’s, Robert Taft accused the Eisenhower Republicans of being insufficiently opposed to the New Deal, in the 1960’s, Goldwater Republicans drummed the Rockefeller Republicans out of the party, in the 1960’s, Ford battled Reagan, and in the 1980’s, the Bushs fought the Reaganites.In the late 1990’s and into the 2000’s, a great ideological sorting took place among the parties.

There was no longer a moderate wing to the GOP. The Republican party was the pro-life, pro-defense, pro-growth and pro-business party, while the Democrats were pro-choice, pro-labor and the largely pacifist.The failures in the Iraq War and the financial crisis of 2007-2008 shook the three-legged stool, and in 2010, a new force, the Tea Party, came to the table.

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The Tea Party is far more libertarian, far more isolationist, far less in favor of big business, far more anti-immigrant and far more reactionary than the typical Republican regular.They are far more likely to want to bolt the party if things don’t go their way.This is a familiar, but not dominant, strain in the Republican Party.

They are the Lindbergh isolationists in the 1930’s, the John Birchers in the 1950’s, the Yaffers in the 1960, the Libertarians in the 1970’s. They supported Ross Perot and Pat Buchanan in the 1990’s.And now they are very, very angry that the Republican Party beat them in Mississippi. Some of them will leave the party, some will sit out the next election, and some will continue to agitate within the party structure and within the Tea party movement.And ironically, they will be the ones to call out the rest of us RINOs.

But we know who they are and who we are.TOPICS: Mississippi; Issues; Parties; U.S. SenateKEYWORDS: cantor; cochran; mcdaniel; palinGot that?John Feehery is currently the President of Quinn Gillespie Communications and Director of QGA Government Affairs. Before joining QGA, Feehery was President of the Feehery Group, a strategic advocacy firm dedicated to helping its clients achieve their legislative and communications objectives in Washington D.C., and the chief blogger for The Feehery Theory http://www.thefeeherytheory.com. He is a frequent commentator on the political landscape, widely quoted around the country and often seen on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel.

He is also a regular contributor to CNN.com, Politico and to The Hill’s “Pundits Blog.”Feehery has worked for almost two decades in a variety of influential positions both as a staffer for three prominent members of the United States House of Representatives Republican leadership and a communications strategist in the private sector. Most recently, Feehery served as Executive Vice President for Global Government Relations and Global Public Relations for the Motion Picture Association of America.Feehery managed the communications operation for Speaker of the House J. Dennis Hastert. Feehery was the longest-serving top spokesman to a Speaker of the House in the history of the House of Representatives.

Feehery came directly to the Speaker’s office after a stint as a government relations advocate for the Barbour, Griffith and Rogers. He also served concurrently as Vice President for Communications for Policy Impact Communications. Before that stint, Feehery served from 1995 until 1998 as the Communications Director for Majority Whip Tom DeLay. Before becoming DeLay’s communications director, he served as the Whip office’s Chief Floor Assistant, during the historically notable “Contract with America.”

Feehery started his career as a speechwriter to former U.S. House Republican Leader Bob Michel…..

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Barack Obama’s White House legacy: avoid it like the plague… “Who in their right mind would want to be president of the US?/To repeat: what sane person could want the job? The answer, of course, is lots of people, Hillary Clinton included. “…

June 16, 2014 1 comment

Barack Obama’s White House legacy: avoid it like the plague

The Financial Times ^ | 06/15/2014 | Edward LucePosted on 6/16/2014, 8:25:52 AM by Phlap

Who in their right mind would want to be president of the US?

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Having begun with vaulting hopes, President Barack Obama’s tenure serves as a cautionary reminder – be careful what you wish for, you might actually get it.

At home, Mr Obama’s prospects of pulling off anything big are slim to none after last week’s thunderbolt from the Tea Party.

Meanwhile, US-trained units in Iraq are dropping their weapons and fleeing far inferior al-Qaeda forces at first contact. Even Baghdad looks vulnerable. Talk about being mugged by reality.

 

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