Bishop E.W. Jackson: ‘It Is Time For a Mass Exodus from the Democrat Party’
September 21, 2012 – 3:38 pm
Unlike the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Bishop E.W. Jackson actually leads a real church. According to his official biography, Bishop Jackson founded and leads Exodus Faith Ministries in Virginia. The former Marine gave up his 15-year law career to found that church.
In this video, the bishop explains that since the Democrats have abandoned Christians, Christians should abandon the Democrats.
via The PJ Tatler » Bishop E.W. Jackson: ‘It Is Time For a Mass Exodus from the Democrat Party’.
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I am a small-l libertarian with conservative leanings on most issues, except on many traditionally conservative social issues, where my stance would be regarded as hopelessly liberal by most social conservatives. My primary concern is to increase individual liberty as much as possible in the face of statist efforts to restrict it from both the right and the left. If I had to sum up my beliefs as concisely as possible, I would say, “Stay out of my wallet and my bedroom,” “your liberty stops at my nose,” and “don’t tread on me.” I will believe that things are taking a turn for the better in America when married gays are able to, and do, maintain large arsenals of automatic weapons, and tax collectors are, and do, not.
I Demand to be Arrested!
September 15, 2012 – 10:02 pm – by Roger L Simon Page 1 of 2 Next -> View as Single Page
Hillary Clinton, I insist that you have me arrested. I am thinking of making a movie about Mohammed.
via Roger L. Simon » I Demand to be Arrested!.
My 2 cents (Admin):
I too have been “thinking of making a movie about Mohammed.” I will gladly join with others in such an undertaking.
As an American (Christian) who’s father died in the Pacific war, I have often thought that the first half of the twentieth century was the nadir of human civilization in terms of man’s application of all available means to dominate others, to accrue power in the name of race and/or ideology (and just plain kill people).
“The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire. “ Robert A. Heinlein
In my twenties, I was deeply moved by the sense of impending evil as war came near, so effectively described by Herman Wouk in his novel, “Winds of War.” It rang so true with the discussions in my family I overheard as a child, about WW I and WW II, both from the point of view of first hand accounts of being on the front line and of those who waited at home. I believe those forebodings pale in comparison to the threat posed by radical Islam today.
I fear for my children and grandchildren. But as I write this, I have an even greater fear of MY OWN GOVERNMENT.
“The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.” Alexis de Tocqueville
If someone had told me when I was in high school (60′s), that in my lifetime our country would abandon the Bill of Rights, and embrace socialism, I would have thought him or her to be nonsensical.
With our embassies on fire, our leaders apologizing to our attackers and almost half of the country’s population ready to re-elect the government that forced them into poverty and sustains them with the fruit of the labors of the other half, I believe that America’s founding fathers, are spinning in their graves. In spite of their best efforts, we are on the brink of loosing everything they risked all for:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. ”
“And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” United States Declaration of Independence
Video: “The Donkey Whisperer”
posted at 3:25 pm on August 24, 2011 by Tina Korbe
via Video: “The Donkey Whisperer” « Hot Air
‘The free enterprise system has lifted more people out of poverty than all the government anti-poverty programs combined’
August 23, 2011 11:02 P.M.- By Kathryn Jean Lopez – The Corner – National Review Online
Marco Rubio spoke at the Reagan library on “the proper role of government,” emphasizing “prosperity and compassion” as priorities.
via ‘The free enterprise system has lifted more people out of poverty than all the government anti-poverty programs combined’ – By Kathryn Jean Lopez – The Corner – National Review Online.
CIVIL RIGHTS UPDATE: : State Law Will Soon End Local Firearms Restrictions.
Florida has decided to finally protect the 2nd Amendment at the state level and eliminate onerous restrictions that many municipalities and communities have enacted against gun rights.
David Codrea, Gun Rights Examiner
August 11, 2011
“An FBI Denver Joint Terrorism Task Force handout being distributed to Colorado military surplus store owners lists the purchase of popular preparedness items and firearms accessories as ‘suspicious’ and ‘potential indicators of terrorist activities,’” an exclusive report by Oath Keepers reveals.
Essentially, the government is conflating Americans who believe in being prepared for disruptions in normal circumstances with potential domestic enemies who bear scrutiny, and are recruiting those they patronize to spy and snitch on their customers. As potential terrorists. For such suspicious activities as buying storable food. And paying in legal tender.
via FBI adds ‘preppers’ to potential terrorists list – National gun rights | Examiner.com.
A Disarmed Society is a Violent Society
Lawrence Person’s BattleSwarm Blog
It’s not yet sunset in the UK,so we don’t know if a fourth night of rioting will follow the first three. But the glee and impunity with which rioters torched and looted large sections of London are an indictment of two beloved projects of British and other European elites:a disarmed citizenry and an all-encompassing,cradle-to-grave welfare state.
But London shopkeepers and home-owners never had that choice. As Instapundit noted,“Unlike L.A.,there are no Korean shopkeepers with AR-15s to help contain the looting.” Since handguns were banned in the UK in 1997 (tightening already restrictive firearm laws),their per capita crime rate has skyrocketed compared to ours.
via Lawrence Person’s BattleSwarm Blog.
Posted on August 1, 2011 by Brad Kozak
You gotta hand it to those overachievers at the ATF(E and sometimes RBFs). Up to their asses in alligators over Fast & Furious, called in to investigate a local law enforcement peccadillo, and yet they still find time to reach out and touch someone(s). In this case, the someones would be those buyers who made the faux pas of buying more than one gun inside a five-day period. So how does this new Community Outreach Program work? Let’s check in for the exclusive from PrisonPlanet.com and see…
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via The Truth About Guns | Exploring the ethics, morality, business, politics, culture, technology, practice, strategy, dangers and fun of guns.
By George F. Will
Sunday, July 31, 2011
A generation that has grown up with the Internet “has essentially been raised libertarian,” swimming in markets, which are choices among competing alternatives.
And the left weeps. Preaching what has been called nostalgianomics, liberals mourn the passing of the days when there was one phone company, three car companies, three television networks, an airline cartel, and big labor and big business were cozy with big government.
via Minds opening to libertarian ideas – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Posted on July 30, 2011
“I rise here on the Senate floor today to speak on the tremendous issue that’s captivated, and rightfully so, the attention of our country.
via Sen. Rubio: “Save The Whole House Or It Will All Burn Down” | RealClearPolitics.
JULY 29, 2011, 12:31 A.M. ET
By PEGGY NOONAN
Obama still has supporters, but theirs is a grim support.
[N]nobody loves Obama. This is amazing because every president has people who love him, who feel deep personal affection or connection, who have a stubborn, even beautiful refusal to let what they know are just criticisms affect their feelings of regard. At the height of Bill Clinton’s troubles there were always people who’d say, “Look, I love the guy.” They’d often be smiling—a wry smile, a shrugging smile. Nobody smiles when they talk about Mr. Obama. There were people who loved George W. Bush when he was at his most unpopular, and they meant it and would say it. But people aren’t that way about Mr. Obama. He has supporters and bundlers and contributors, he has voters, he may win. But his support is grim support. And surely this has implications.
via They’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling – WSJ.com.
The intended purpose of legislation like the stimulus package and Obamacare was to improve the situations of those least able to take care of themselves — the young, the less educated, the low-skilled. But it is just such groups that, the Pew Research Center numbers show, have been moving away from the president’s party. An instructive achievement, no?
via Under Obama, Millennials move into the GOP column | Michael Barone | Politics | Washington Examiner.
It’s Time to End the War on Salt
The zealous drive by politicians to limit our salt intake has little basis in science
By Melinda Wenner Moyer | July 8, 2011 | 89
For decades, policy makers have tried and failed to get Americans to eat less salt. In April 2010 the Institute of Medicine urged the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to regulate the amount of salt that food manufacturers put into products; New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has already convinced 16 companies to do so voluntarily. But if the U.S. does conquer salt, what will we gain? Bland french fries, for sure. But a healthy nation? Not necessarily.
via It’s Time to End the War on Salt: Scientific American.
With the Obama admin and a Washington Post editorial calling for its reinstatement — amidst a tie-in to the Gunwalker scandal — it’s worth revisiting the boneheaded law.
July 6, 2011 – 12:00 am – by Bob Owens
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, February 26, 2009:
As President Obama indicated during the campaign, there are just a few gun-related changes that we would like to make, and among them would be to reinstitute the ban on the sale of assault weapons.
The fabled “assault weapons ban.”
Few laws ever passed have been as idolized — and misunderstood — as Title XI of the Federal Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, Subtitle A (the Public Safety and Recreational Firearms Use Protection Act).
To listen to the Obama administration, the media, or the nominated head of the ATF spin it, the ban made it illegal to purchase machine guns, and outlawed the ownership or use of high-capacity magazines, saving billions, perhaps trillions, of lives.
That mischaracterization is as wrong as it is laughable. The law had nothing to do with machine guns and real military-issue assault rifles, and did nothing to measurably impact violent crime.
via Pajamas Media » The Assault Weapons Ban: How Silly Was It? (Part One).
[T]he assault weapons ban not only put more guns into the market, it encouraged the development of smaller, more powerful, semi-automatic firearms.
via Pajamas Media » The Assault Weapons Ban: How Silly Was It? (Part Two).
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The oil lease regulatory process is holding holding back oil exploration and production activity in the Gulf of Mexico. This delay is preventing economic benefits that will spread past the gulf states, to the entire country if only the gulf oil activity activity were allowed to match industry capacity.
That was one of the important findings [snip] released by the House Oversight Committee today (and embedded below).
Committee Chair Rep Issa commented about the study’s release.
“The Obama Administration has systematically blocked domestic energy production in the Gulf of Mexico, and today’s report puts that action in stark terms. It documents a 250 percent increase in the deepwater exploration permit backlog with a decrease of nearly 80 percent for plan approvals and deepwater drilling. That means a loss of $9 billion dollars in capital investment in 2011, along with a projected loss to the government of $25 billion in royalties and tax payments over the next 3 years, to say nothing of the tens of thousands of jobs lost.
via YID With LID: House Report: Obama’s Gulf Oil Slowdown Costing 230,000 Jobs!.
posted at 11:50 am on July 22, 2011 by Ed Morrissey
And apparently did some high-fiving about it later, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times this morning.
via ATF tried “downplaying” Fast & Furious scandal to Congress « Hot Air.
July 22, 2011
By Mark Hyman
Just who is the most dangerous man in America?
There are countless people who could be named as the nation’s most dangerous.
Hungarian immigrant George Soros may come to mind for many.
via Articles: The Most Dangerous Man In America.
His wife Anita is encouraging him to go for it.
Posted at 11:41 am on July 20th, 2011 by
Gov. Rick Perry will need money, organization, staff and stamina if he runs for president.
But he appears to already have the support that’s most important for the race — his wife’s.
Following a brief meeting on state finances Tuesday, Perry talked expansively for the first time on what his wife, Anita, has been telling him about a White House run.
“My wife was talking to me and saying: ‘Listen… get out of your comfort zone. Yeah, being governor of Texas is a great job, but sometimes you’re called to step into the fray,’” the governor said.
via The PJ Tatler » Strongest Signal Yet that Rick Perry Will Run for President.