WNBlog May 6, 2013
Secretary Kathleen "ObamaCare" Sebelius - and her Department of Health and
Human Services - has promulgated regulations which would, by executive fiat,
waive all federal privacy laws and encourage you doctor to report you to the
Understand a couple of things: First, the standard which your doctor would use to turn you in is embodied in Clinton-era ATF language and in the anti-gun Veterans Disarmament Act of 2007. Specifically, you doctor would "drop a dime" on you if he suspected you were even a slight "danger to yourself of others" or were "unable to manage your financial affairs."
So if they say you can't balance your checkbook, then you lose your constitutional rights.
- Here is where you can actually submit your comments. Be sure and send them a nice picture like I did:
“Service members can share their faith (evangelize), but must not force
unwanted, intrusive attempts to convert others of any faith or no faith to
one’s beliefs (proselytization),” Pentagon spokesman Lt. Cmdr. Nate
Christensen said in a written statement.
That’s not good enough for retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin, who is now executive vice president at the Family Research Council.
Can't be a traitor to something you hate
On Tuesday, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Lt. Mike Zullo (r) told
Sonoran News there is a movement underfoot toward prosecution of the Obama
document fraud they uncovered during their investigation.
According to Zullo, there is an increased number of people, whom he would only refer to as “VIPs,” that will not only bring the case to the public light, but to prosecution.
“Washington Democrats preach gun control, but are recruiting adamantly
pro-gun candidates like Schweitzer & Herseth-Sandlin. Can't be both,” he
posted on Twitter.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) posted a message on its online action center Friday calling for people to sign up to support Obama’s agenda of immigration reform, common-sense gun control and equal rights. But it’s eyeing candidates in Montana and South Dakota who are not likely to support Obama’s gun control initiatives.
- The illustration says it all.
Can you feel the diversity yet?
Lincoln saw fit to enforce this union and this debt guarantee, and so,
the illusion of federalism was crushed with the blood of millions, bringing
the nation under martial law via Lincoln’s General Rule 100 (the
Code) which remains in effect today. The proof of this proposition lies in
the abnormalities that are present in the current system.
Here are just a few examples:
Article I, Section 10, clause 3 provides that “No State shall, without the consent of Congress, . . . keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, . . . or engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.” One look at the deployment of the Boston Police Department following the bombing of April 15, 2013 makes it clear that troops are being kept in time of peace.
- Apparently Sherman didn't follow the Lieber Code very closely. But I do like this last paragraph:
So, what is the fate of the Eastern Seaboard, the situs of the cancer that
is currently consuming the nation-state? One word: destruction. It will be
destroyed from within and without; by invasion, by terrorism, by extremism,
by mafias, by corruption, by abandonment (as people leave by the millions),
and ultimately, New York will suffer the same fate as Rome, where vandals
will invade and burn it over and over again for the sheer pleasure of
watching the smoke rise.
In spite of a Dick Dastardly-style attempt by the Southern Poverty Law
Center to spread the tar of hate accusations on the track before them, Oath
Keepers exceeded their fundraising goal of $30,000 by over half late
Wednesday, burying the needle and succeeding in sponsoring their car for a
June 1 NASCAR race in Dover, Del.
“We are now not only all set for the June 1, Dover race, but are now also half way to our next goal, which will be sponsoring Jeffrey Earnhardt in a July 14, 2013 race in New Hampshire (Live Free Or Die!),” the group of current and retired military, law enforcement and firefighters announced on its website. Members pledge to put their oath to the Constitution over all else, and list orders they will not obey, including orders to disarm their fellow Americans.
One third should be about enough...
...if they will develop the resolve to do what will be required.
It’s been less than a week since national gun control in America died. No
“assault weapons” ban. No “high-capacity” magazine ban. Not even the Manchin-Toomey
background check compromise that, according to Senator Mark Kirk, was
reached by getting drunk on a 54-foot mega-yacht named Black Tie, which is
part-owned by Manchin.
Over the last several days, I’ve watched Democratic politicians, lobbyists and Facebook meme-sharers calling down shame on the senators who voted against every single gun control measure proposed in the Senate. Yes, it’s true that none of the measures would have passed the Republican-controlled House anyway, but to have lost in the Democrat-controlled senate was to truly be trounced. I have seen the Democratic pundits all over the nation looking across their podiums and well-lit television studio desks with stunned expressions. “How could this have happened,” they all ask? Only four months after Newtown?
- Is this writer sincere or a faker?
The Canadian Firearms Centre was established in 1996 to oversee the
administration of its measures. However, it took until 1998 to issue
licenses and require buyers to register long guns. In 2001, all gun owners
were required to have a license and, by 2003, all had to register all of
their rifles and shotguns. At best, only 60 percent of all long guns were
The Canadian Firearms Registry was managed by the Canadian Firearms Program of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The net annual operating cost of the program, originally estimated to be $2 million (Canadian), instead rose to at least $20 million a year, and it was reported to cost $66.4 million for the 2010-2011 fiscal year. Notwithstanding an estimated $2 billion cost to date, the firearms registry remains notably incomplete and has an error rate that is embarrassingly high.
- If we had a patriot government we would have invaded Canada instead of
Iraq and established Liberty there.
Mexico has men...
...while Amerika has none.
Know thine enemies:
No more due process in the clear-cut case of insidious terrorism. When the
facts are so clearly before all Americans, for the whole world to see, why
bother with this country’s odious and cumbersome system of justice? Send the
guilty monsters directly to Guantanamo Bay for all eternity and let them rot
in their own mental squalor.
No, no, no. Not the wannabe sick kid who blew up the Boston marathon or the freak that’s mailing ricin-laced letters to the president. I’m talking about the real terrorist threat here in America: the National Rifle Association.
- Lots of comments on this one. They probably deleted mine. Can't imagine
Just over a month ago, the rabidly anti-gun Illinois Council Against Handgun
Violence commissioned a poll, ostensibly to measure Illinoians' support for
the oppressive gun laws that ICHV lobbies for. The poll, it is worth noting,
was administered by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, "a polling and
political consulting firm founded by former Clinton political advisors."
Well that sounds like a neutral group, doesn't it? The mere fact that they advertise that they "have a proven record of advancing the interests of people and organizations seeking progressive change" doesn't mean their polling is agenda-driven, does it? The fact that their client list consists nearly exclusively of Democrats (including rabidly anti-gun Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel) means nothing, I'm sure. After all, polls can't engineered to yield the desired results, can they?
- Most polls exist to create and disseminate preconceived propaganda or to
justify planned outcomes(tyranny).
Calamity of force
The one glaring weakness of this modern march on Concord was the lack of
pastoral leadership. In short, THERE WASN’T ANY! The vast majority of
America’s Christian pastors were absolutely silent. There are simply far too
few Jonas Clarks today. In 1775, the vast majority of America’s pastors were
outspoken proponents of the right of Christians to resist the tyrant’s
attempt to take away their guns, whereas, today, the vast majority of
America’s pastors are both utterly passive and indifferent to the threat or
are actually complicit with and supportive of the threat.
As a result of this lack of principled leadership from the pulpit, Christians in general seem to share the passiveness and indifference of their pastors. Christians throughout America seem to believe that it somehow honors God to allow the divine right of self-defense to be yanked away from them. They foolishly believe that they have a Christian duty to turn in their guns should the government tell them to do so. The spirit of Jonas Clark and the Minutemen of 1775 was the spirit of Christian resistance. Sadly, this spirit is lacking in the hearts of most of today’s pastors and churchmen. This is the most glaring difference between the attempted gun grab of King George and the attempted gun grab of Barack Obama. Yes, we defeated the Obama/Feinstein gun grab for now, but with very little help from our pastors and churches.
- Let me help Chuck out, the mainstream 'christians' are all sitting on
their asses waiting to get beamed up so they feel no responsibility for the
world their children will inherit, yet they still stupidly send them to the
government schools and tell them to prepare to pay their mortgages and car
payments and taxes like good little sheeple.
In a nutshell, the plaintiffs argue that federal subsidies intended to help
lower-income people afford insurance are going to states that should not get
The way the Affordable Care Act is written, states that refuse to set up their own health care exchanges are not eligible for the federal premium subsidies.
- The republicrats controlled both houses of the national congress and the
white house for years and made no effort to get rid of the IRS, the income
tax or the Fed so they are just as much to blame for this evil as the
demoncrats. We need an constitutional amendment to forbid income taxes on
all levels, federal, state and local.
So many possible scenarios...
...so few who are prepared at all.
Accidental shooting deaths have declined since 1981, with just 609
nationwide in 2010, the last year of available data. To say it another way,
accidental deaths from guns have fallen nearly 70 percent in the last 30
years. This incredible success story has not received much attention because
it is attributable, in large measure, to efforts of the NRA’s education and
training division, which has led the way in providing firearm training to
millions of men, women and children.
There are more than 50,000 NRA-certified firearms instructors who train people how to be safe and proficient with firearms. Indeed, many donate their time to educate young people and promote a lifetime of firearm safety. There also are roughly 1,500 NRA-appointed training counselors who provide quality control in the field and certify instructors.
While Manchin recently boasted that the gun saga would return to Capitol
Hill this year, Toomey's office seems to be resigned to the fact that the
Senate has likely reached the end of the road.
"The Senate has spoken on this issue. He came up six votes short. There would have to be a change in the atmosphere to yield a different outcome," a spokesman from Toomey's office said. "That seems unlikely in the near future."
The poll, which surveyed 863 registered voters and had a margin of error of
+/-3.4, focused on both gun control and the possibility of a need for an
armed revolution in the United States to protect liberty.
The survey asked whether respondents agreed, disagreed, neither agreed nor disagreed or did not know or refused to respond to the statement: "In the next few years, an armed revolution might be necessary in order to protect our liberties"
- Maybe we aren't so alone anymore. Now if they will only develop the
resolve to do what will be required.
I can't see any actual "training" utility to these videos, except that they condition DHS agents (and perhaps other law enforcement officials) to immediately associate the "militia" and the gun rights community at large with vicious terrorism. Take special note that "gun possession" is mentioned in both videos as if it is a crime, while showing weapons and items that are perfectly legal to own today, including semi-automatic rifles, sniper scopes, night vision, flack jackets, and armor piercing rounds (rounds manufactured before the ATF cut-off date are still legal for anyone to own). All of these items are descibed in the video as seized "contraband". Also take note of the absurd scene in which confiscated shooting dummies of various skin tones are displayed while an officer states "ethnicity was open, they hated just about everybody... ".
- See vid farther down page.
Dumbstruck or dumbass?
One of my older relatives once asked me "What's wrong with those people over
there?" I simply asked him how he'd feel if his cows got bombed. He just
stared at me.
In the centuries since America broke from an empire and claimed
independence, our people have come together again and again to meet the
challenges of a changing world. We have reinvented our cities with advances
in science and reformed our markets with new understanding of the forces
that guide them. We have fought for freedom in the theater of war and
expanded its reach during times of peace. We have revamped and recovered and
remade ourselves anew, mindful that when times change, so must we. But with
every step forward, we have reaffirmed our faith in the ideals that inspired
our founding. We have held fast to the principles at our country's core:
service and citizenship; courage and the common good; liberty, equality, and
justice for all.
This is our Nation's heritage, and it is what we remember on Loyalty Day. It is an occasion that asks something of us as a people: to rediscover those ageless truths our Founders held to be self-evident, and to renew them in our own time. We look back to Americans who did the same, from generation to generation -- citizens who strengthened our democracy, organizers who made it broader, service members who gave everything to protect it. These patriots and pioneers remind us that while our path to a more perfect Union is unending, with hope and hard work, we can move forward together.
- You just can't make this stuff up. It wants our unquestioning loyalty to
the current empire.
The sweeping gun control measure signed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and
hailed by Democratic leaders has a surprising critic: Hollywood.
Officials in the movie and television industry say the new laws could prevent them from using the lifelike assault weapons and high-capacity magazines that they have employed in shows like “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and films like “The Dark Knight Rises.”
- What, did they lose their propaganda exemption?
Conditioning for killers
This is a LEO training vid. Read the explanation.
This week’s IOM workshop (which I attended via webcast) was moderated and
mostly led by longtime anti-gun researchers. “We’ve suffered through 20
years,” complained Jon Vernick, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg
(yes, that Bloomberg) School of Public Health. He was referring to the
period — 16 years, actually — since Congress cut off federal funding for his
project’s research on guns, which never seemed to find anything good about
guns or gun owners.
David Hemenway, director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center and author of the book Private Guns, Public Health, claimed that “we know very, very little about the deterrent effects of guns,” even as criminologist Gary Kleck, an award-winning IOM committee member and the acclaimed author of the definitive research on that subject, looked on from the audience. Kleck’s work shows that many people use guns to defend against attackers every year.
- If we have violent criminals in prison who have been convicted of a crime
and can't be trusted with weapons why is the govt. turning them back out on
the street? So they can point at them and say "See, the sheeple can't be
trusted with guns." The 'crime' argument is a red herring.
Michael Boldin, founder of the Tenth Amendment Center, pointed out the flaws
in Holder's reasoning at Right Side News:
1. Kansas is NOT purporting to criminalize the exercise of constitutional federal responsibilities. On the contrary, the bill criminalizes what the state has determined is unconstitutional. It is the position that such federal acts are indeed a violation of the Constitution. No matter how much Eric might believe it to be otherwise, his view is obviously not universal – especially in Kansas.
- For more on this go here:
In the case of the Kansas law voiding all federal attempts to disarm
citizens of the Sunflower State, the language explicitly reaffirms the right
to keep and bear arms, but it goes farther by criminalizing participation
with federal gun grabs.
Section 7 of the law declares:
It is unlawful for any official, agent or employee of the government of the United States, or employee of a corporation providing services to the government of the United States to enforce or attempt to enforce any act, law, treaty, order, rule or regulation of the government of the United States regarding a firearm, a firearm accessory, or ammunition that is manufactured commercially or privately and owned in the state of Kansas and that remains within the borders of Kansas. Violation of this section is a severity level 10 nonperson felony.
All kinds of extremists
It's way past time to get the Marxist front groups ADL and SPLC away from
our police and military. In a free country there's no such thing as a group
whose motives cannot be questioned.
For the first time since a similar question was asked in May 2001, more
Americans answered “no” to the question, “Would you be willing to give up
some of your personal freedom in order to reduce the threat of terrorism?”
Of those surveyed on April 16, 2013, 45 percent answered no to the question, compared to 43 percent answering yes.
In May 2001, before 9/11, the balance was similar, with 40 percent answering no to 33 percent answering yes.
- Will enough of the brain dead sheeple wake up in time to do what
will be required
before it's too late?
According to The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, communist countries and
communist parties celebrate May Day "by mobilizing the working people in the
struggle to build socialism and communism." The same source goes on to
report: "On May Day the working people of the Soviet Union show their
solidarity with the revolutionary struggles of the working people in
capitalist countries and with national liberation movements. They express
their determination to use all their power for the struggle for peace and
building of a communist society."
Andy McInerney, a staff member of the communist Workers World Party and a leader of the ANSWER Coalition's illegal alien organizing effort, extolled the glories of May Day in the Spring 1996 edition of Liberation & Marxism. McInerney wrote:
Every year, the ruling classes around the world are again reminded of their vulnerability and of the power of their gravediggers. On May 1, the world working class displays its strength in demonstrations and strikes. May Day — International Workers' Day — is a reminder to the ruling classes that their days are numbered.... From 1919 onward, the success of May Day in the United States would depend on the success of the communist movement.
- See next vid.
What we take for granted?
May Day is a commie holiday, not of 'the left.' Commies started calling themselves 'leftists' and 'liberals' and 'progressives' to hide their evil. When we call them by their fake names we help them spread their propaganda.
More and more I hear of factories that keep their workers on constant overtime. The problem with 'libertarians' and 'conservatives' is that they either fail to see or refuse to see some of the real issues the commies point out. Ignoring these real issues is how the commies gain power. The problem is the commies can't just stop with passing a few simple laws to 'help' people. They have to control every aspect of our lives, destroy our property rights, all property rights, even those of the 'poor' whom they claim to care about and disarm us all so we can't fight back and kill them as will be required.
We're not supposed to tolerate being treated like jackasses by anyone, our
governments nor our employers. We must stop choosing between different
versions of authortarianism.
Nostalgia for the past is one of the greatest weaknesses of all ideological
movements. This is especially true in the United States. If we are talking
about limited civil government, the good old days ended with the opening
shots of the Seven Years' War War (1756-63). From that time on, taxes
continually rose in the British colonies in North America, and they
continued to rise under the Constitution of the United States, 1788 edition.
The central government has continued to expand at the expense of individual
liberty. Anyone who talks about the good old days that came after 1756 is
talking about the days that led, step-by-step, to the centralization of the
national government and the reduction of individual liberties.
Geezers in America were educated in the public schools, and the public schools have always taught the message of nationalism and political centralization. Ever since 1945, they have taught the importance of big government in saving capitalism from itself.
- He forgot to mention the idiots who vote based on 3000 year old mythology
and tribal political propaganda that says 'god's chosen people' are to be
supported at the cost of our Liberty and our sovereignty.
At the opposite end of the income spectrum, it's far more expensive to
chase down high-income tax dodges. A low-income family might be flagged by
the robo-audit for a math error on a $1,500 student loan credit that can be
collected with a simple letter from the IRS. A questionable $5 million
investment in a euro debt swap involving unlisted derivatives and having no
clear economic purpose beyond tax avoidance, even if it is detected, might
require a trip to a Liechtenstein bank to meet with a team of lawyers and
accountants. Often, this kind of tax action amounts to a multimillion-dollar
bet of the IRS's thin resources with low odds of paying off.
The IRS has become more proactive in targeting banks and financial institutions that aid in illegal tax dodges using offshore accounts. But its technological push is largely focused on domestic filers. Meanwhile, a report by former McKinsey & Co. economist James Henry estimates that 100,000 super-rich individuals worldwide have $9.8 trillion stashed in offshore accounts.
- Don't miss reading that and this: What Does the IRS Know About You?
So much for taxing the rich and helping the poor. The Income tax along with the Federal Reserve was a baby of the elite super rich banksters. Their dupes, the "Liberal"(commie) trash who will happily see your property confiscated, you imprisoned or murdered for not going along with their communism, help to maintain this evil. We're not supposed to have an income tax of any kind in this country. When they can steal money from your paycheck before it even reaches your hands you are a slave. Get off your pathetic cowardly asses and get ready to do what will be required or you fully deserve to continue to be bent over what ever table they deem handy.
Don't miss this:
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Is anything clicking in your head?
“I also want to be clear that America’s relationship with the Muslim gun-owning community, the Muslim gun-owning world, cannot, and will not, just be based upon opposition to terrorism gun-ownership. We seek broader engagement based on mutual interest and mutual respect. We will listen carefully, we will bridge misunderstandings, and we will seek common ground. We will be respectful, even when we do not agree.”
“government of the people and by the people sets a single standard for all who would hold power: You must maintain your power through consent, not coercion; you must respect the rights of minorities gun-owners.”
- The Marxist mutt is a tool, just like all of them. The now red house is filled by those who kiss the right ass. It's been under the control of the elites since the founding of the republic.
The Second Amendment, as the rest of the Bill of Rights, is an
acknowledgement of our natural born rights, not a granting. The entire Bill
of Rights is about keeping the governments in their place. The Second
Amendment is about the common person's right to own weapons of war so that
we can keep the governments in their place by keeping the 'monopoly on
force' in the hands of the people where it belongs, as in 'We the people.'
Remember that? It will not be infringed any further and the 'gun laws' in
existence will be repealed. End of discussion.
Assembly Bill 5 sets out to support the right of crazy people to engage in
such vital activities as public urination. And no, that isn’t a joke. It may
actually be the first law ever that turns public urination into a right. -
(f) The right to engage in life sustaining activities that must be carried out in public spaces because of homelessness, including, but not limited to, eating, congregating, possessing and storing personal property, urinating, or collecting and possessing goods for recycling
- Can we go on the mayor's shoes while it's lying in public?
My dog would like to vote
Actually saw a couple of comments on this one that mirrors what
I've been writing
for a while now.
From my old website, Free Kentucky.
Re-titled: There's no such thing as an unbiased reporter
published sometime in the year 2000.
Of course local ownership is no guarantee of an "unbiased" report. My own experience has proven that there is no such thing as an "unbiased reporter" despite what they teach in journalism school. It's just not humanly possible for a person's values, belief system, education, ignorance, irrational fears, political leanings or perception of reality not to influence how he covers or reports the news.
What most people don't understand is the power the newsmedia wields by
simply ignoring, often purposefully, certain issues or facets of important
The editorial board of the St. Louis Jewish Light, like many of the voices
for "gun control," wants a "national conversation" about guns. Also like
many such voices, they have a very selective view about whom to invite to
There is no point whatsoever for gun control advocates to engage in discussion with the NRA or its allies at any level. Trying to have a debate with the NRA on this issue is like talking to a brick wall. Doing so makes one frustrated, angry and is ultimately unsuccessful.
As a media organization we don’t usually discourage direct dialogue and efforts at compromise resolution. In this case, however, ostracizing the bully is the only approach that will work; talk show and news program debates are only likely to continue serving as the wrong playing field.
- That's fine with me. I stopped wasting time trying to 'converse' with "Liberal"(commie) trash years ago. A few of the young ones will grow up, get over their indoctrination and begin to think independently. Most of them will have to be ran from our shores and borders or eradicated. They only value 'freedom of speech' that is profitable to their evil. They want us disarmed so we can't kill them. The rest is rhetoric.
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives can't be
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Word(or phrase) for the times: Mozambique Drill
Quote for the times:
"If you want to know who rules over you in society,
simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize." –
attributed to Voltaire
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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It's time to bring back the old
saying: "Better dead than red."
Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.