Friday, April 8, 2016

If you don't know how the LEFTISTS are trying to destroy America, WATCH THIS !!!


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By the way, the LEFTISTS are predominantly Democrats supported by Republicans
Most politicians are in denial about the Muslim Brotherhood...
but the Muslim Brotherhood coming none the less!
(you would be so lucky...more likely to have it cut off with a dull knife.)

How many of your liberal friends will watch this ↓?

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

THE REFUGEE HOAX...Another reason to ask the question, "Mommy, why are Americans so stupid?"

...and answer this for me: Why are 99% of those being rushed to America Sunni Muslims? ~ N.E.H.

Announcement from US Embassy in Jordan: Syrian refugee surge to America is now underway ~ Source: Refugee Resettlement Watch
by Ann Corcoran
Obama is reducing the screening time of 18-24 months to 3 months!
Regular readers know I have been reporting how the Obama Administration is way behind (so far) in resettling the 10,000 Syrians it has 'promised' you would be coming to your towns this fiscal year (by September 30th). Well, here comes the news!

The Syrian Muslim surge is underway
And, it could involve MORE than 10,000!
Since October last year, 1,000 Syrian refugees have moved from Jordan to the U.S. The resettlement surge hopes to increase that number ten-fold.

US Ambassador to Jordan saw the first "surge" Syrians off at
the airport in Jordan this week. Thousand more right behind
them! Help! Where is James Comey and the FBI?
A resettlement surge center opened in Amman in February to meet President Barack Obama's target of resettling 10,000 Syrians to the United States by Sep. 30. Every day, the center interviews some 600 Syrian refugees. The temporary processing center for the surge operation will run until April 28, U.S. Ambassador to Jordan Alice Wells said. She travelled to the airport to greet the family before their departure.
The regional refugee coordinator at the U.S. embassy in Amman, Gina Kassem, said that while the 10,000 target applies to Syrian refugees living around the world, the majority will be resettled from Jordan.
"The 10,000 is a floor and not a ceiling, and it is possible to increase the number," she told reporters.
Now get this! How many times have you heard about how our screening process takes 18-24 months? They are getting it done now in THREE MONTHS!

While the resettlement process usually takes 18 to 24 months, under the surge operation this will be reduced to three months, Kassem said.
As we reported here (and we expect the trend to continue) 99% of those being rushed to America are Sunni Muslims.

Absolute proof !!! Hillary Supporters belong to the "STUPID" class !!!

If Americans were smart, this would never happen!

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Obama perceives landlords to be racist...especially against criminals!

Source:  The Daily Caller
Obama Admin Tells Landlords They Can’t Refuse To House Criminals
by Blake Neff

The Obama administration released a warning Monday telling the nation’s landlords that it may be discriminatory for them to refuse to rent to those with criminal records.
The Fair Housing Act doesn’t include criminals as a protected class, but the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) says refusing to rent based on a criminal record is a form of racial discrimination, due to racial imbalances in the U.S. justice system.
“The Fair Housing Act prohibits both intentional housing discrimination and housing practices that have an unjustified discriminatory effect because of race, national origin, or other protected characteristics,” say HUD’s newly-released guidelines. “Because of widespread racial and ethnic disparities in the U.S. criminal justice system, criminal history-based restrictions on access to housing are likely disproportionately to burden African-Americans and Hispanics. While the Act does not prohibit housing providers from appropriately considering criminal history information when making housing decisions, arbitrary and overbroad criminal history-related bans are likely to lack a legally sufficient justification.”
About 25 percent of Americans have some kind of criminal record, which can range from felony convictions to arrests that never led to charges. As HUD correctly notes, criminal history is not equally distributed across racial groups. For instance, while blacks are about 12 percent of the U.S. population, they are about 36 percent of the prison population. Hispanics are also overrepresented behind bars, though to a much smaller degree.
“The fact that you were arrested shouldn’t keep you from getting a job and it shouldn’t keep you from renting a home,” HUD Secretary Julian Castro said Monday at an annual meeting of the National Low Income Housing Coalition. “When someone has been convicted of a crime and has paid their debt to society, then they ought to have an effective second chance at life. The ability to find housing is an indispensable second change in life.”
HUD says that landlords may be allowed to bar those with criminal records from living in a facility, but they will have to prove that such a policy is necessary for protecting the safety of other tenants, and designed to avoid illegal discrimination. The new guidance recommends that landlords consider factors such as the severity of the criminal history and how long ago it occurred.
Landlords who violate the Fair Housing Act can be hit with civil fines amounting to thousands or millions of dollars, depending on the severity and the duration of the alleged violation.
The new guideline includes one major exception that will benefit landlords: It is never illegal, HUD says, for landlords to block renting to those convicted of manufacturing or distributing illegal drugs.

The new guidance isn’t the first move by the Obama administration to break down perceived racial barriers in the housing market. HUD launched an effort in 2015 to encourage cities to use Section 8 and other levels to create racially-integrated neighborhoods. The effort came in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that policies which result in unintentional housing discrimination may be targeted in lawsuits.

Monday, April 4, 2016

“Why do you feel the need to run with a gun?” (When seconds count the police are just minutes away!)

Source: Politichicks
Women, The Second Amendment, and Why I Choose to Conceal Carry
Recently I’ve taken up running. Not just running once in a while, but running five times each week
and registering for any 5k, 10k or half marathon that is within an hour of my house. I’ve also run a full marathon and am crazy enough to be training for another one! Along with the race registrations, shoes, and active wear that come with this “free” sport, I’ve also started following several running groups on Facebook. I enjoy the camaraderie of fellow runners and the useful tips and suggestions that are posted on a daily basis.  As I’ve joined the running community, I’ve realized that runners are some of the most supportive and encouraging people on the planet.
Several months ago I was scrolling through my Facebook feed and saw a thread on one of my running pages. One of the members of the group posed a question about what holster was best for running with a concealed firearm. I immediately clicked on the thread and began reading the responses, because it just so happened that I was in the market for a comfortable, safe, and convenient way to conceal my handgun while running.
I was shocked by the responses that I read from the usually caring and encouraging group of people. “Why do you feel the need to run with a gun?” one member asked. Another snidely wrote, “What are you going to do? Shoot the neighbor dog that chases you?” I couldn’t believe the negative comments that were being posted about this woman’s very sensible question. As runners, we always hate hearing the story on the news about the woman running by herself on a trail who was attacked, raped, or murdered. We think a lot about safety while we run: wear bright, reflective clothing, don’t run at night, have a running buddy, carry pepper spray, etc., but the minute a woman decides she wants to run with a weapon, specifically a handgun, we’ve somehow taken self-defense too far.
The gun controversy is a hot topic right now in our country. With mass shootings occurring more frequently and murder rates rising as gun laws are becoming stricter, it is a subject that can’t be ignored any longer…especially for women.
So here are the reasons why I Conceal Carry:

1. I don’t like depending on other people for my safety.

Actually, I don’t like depending on other people for much of anything. My parents instilled a sense of independence in my sisters and me from a very early age. I distinctly remember my mom sitting me down and talking with me about a career path. She explained to me the difference between a career and a hobby and she guided me to pursue a lucrative career in college instead of taking classes that would be more of a hobby for me. When I started becoming interested in boys and wanting a boyfriend, my parents told me to be secure and happy with myself before I expected to find security and happiness in a relationship. I think many parents, conservatives and liberals alike, want to instill in their children a sense of independence and self-reliance. There’s nothing noble about being dependent on other people, whether it’s financially, emotionally or otherwise. When it comes to my own personal safety, I want to know that I can independently protect myself. I can’t rely on the government, other people, or even my husband, to protect me in a dangerous situation I may encounter.

2. I want to protect YOU.

I remember how excited I felt when my permit to carry a firearm arrived in the mail (about 3 months after I took the two day class and applied online…thank you Illinois for having some of the strictest gun laws in the country). I immediately loaded my handgun, put it in its holster, and stuck it in a safe pocket of my purse. I remember feeling invincible and capable to protect myself in any situation. The strangest thing happened, though, when I walked into a fast food restaurant for the first time with my handgun in my purse. I immediately began looking around at all of the other customers and the teenage cashiers behind the counters and thinking, “I’m now responsible for all of these peoples’ safety too.” I imagined how I would protect, not only myself, but everyone else in that restaurant if a mass shooting took place. Whether you agree with people being able to conceal carry or not, I’m pretty sure you’d be thankful that the bad guys weren’t the only people with guns in a situation like that.

3. It is my constitutional right to bear arms.

I try to respect the rights of everyone I encounter on a daily basis. Although I may not agree with your opinions or lifestyle, I respect your right to exercise your freedom. That is what makes American the greatest country in the world! As an American citizen, I still have the right to bear arms and to protect myself and my family. There are many politicians, our president included, who would like to take away the right for me to legally carry a firearm in my purse. As I said earlier, in the state of Illinois, exercising that right is more and more difficult and many people don’t even bother with it because of the many hoops that you have to jump through (hats off to Chicago for ruining it for the rest of the state). I was shocked when I took the mandatory training and field test for my concealed carry permit and I was the ONLY female in the entire class! Women, you have a right to bear arms too! Of course it’s a hassle and it takes time and a little money, but don’t you want to protect yourself and your family? It isn’t your husband’s job or the government’s job…it is up to you to bear arms and fight for and protect those closest to you.
Anti-gun liberals may disagree with me and our government may fight to take away this right, but as long as I am able I will continue to carry a firearm with me in my car or in my purse, and yes, even while running.
Marci Wexler SummersAbout the Author Marci Wexler Summers works as a full time speech-language pathologist at a skilled nursing facility that serves the needs of elderly patients. Throughout her daily conversations with residents she hears talk of "the good old days" and senses the alarm with which older people of previous generations speak of current events. She has recently taken an interest in politics, current events, and how government decisions seem to be infiltrating every aspect of the American citizen's life. Although she is not formally educated in journalism or politics, she is an avid reader and follower of current events and enjoys discussing and researching topics related to the upcoming election, the nation's growing terrorism threat, and how the government is changing American lives. She lives in central Illinois but was born in Pennsylvania. She attended Bob Jones University where she obtained her bachelor of science degree in Communication Disorders and she went on to receive her master's degree from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Marci is an avid runner and when she isn't busy working or writing, she enjoys being outside with her husband and training for her next marathon.
Compiled by Norman E. Hooben