Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Walter Williams – The civil rights struggle is over

Walter Williams talks about the race issue and discusses the real causes of poverty and inequality in the black communities.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Obama’s fake recovery, standard of living for everyone is tanking

No economic upturn, and minorities, those hit hardest by the Obama “recovery” still consider him a deity.  Poverty is being redistributed upward AND downward. Ignorance is bliss, but exceedingly destructive to our nation.
Excerpt:  Household incomes are still down 4.4% since the recession ended four years ago. Meanwhile, the unemployment picture may be even worse than we think. The Obama “recovery” continues to impress.
According to a report released this week by Sentier Research, the inflation-adjusted median household income remains $2,380 below where it stood when the Obama “recovery” officially started in June 2009 — a drop of 4.4%.
Sentier’s monthly data, derived from the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey, show that incomes fell more in the year after the recovery started than it did during the recession itself. And household incomes have basically flat-lined ever since.
“As the unemployment rate and the duration of unemployment remained high,” the authors note, “median annual household income continued its decline.”
The picture gets even grimmer the deeper you dive into the data. The most vulnerable groups — blacks, Hispanics, female-headed families and the young — have fared far worse under Obama than everyone else.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Black poverty in the United States

Excerpt: Bill O’Reilly has begun the dialogue, a dialogue that, if truly vetted by all sides, could result in the first real progress in solving the problems of inner cities and creating a path for minorities, especially blacks, out of the generational poverty that many are in today.
Read full article here

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Friday, June 7, 2013

US Government is spying on you - PRISM Collection Details

“Let them go and investigate,” Greenwald said.
He added, “There is this massive surveillance state that the United States government has built up that has extraordinary implications for how we live as human beings on the earth and as Americans in our country, and we have the right to know what it is that that government and that agency is doing. I intend to continue to shine light on that, and Dianne Feinstein can beat her chest all she wants and call for investigations, and none of that is going to stop and none of it is going to change.”

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Alabama Judge's Poem

Some of you may be wondering what Judge Roy Moore has been doing since he was removed from the bench for refusing to remove the Ten Commandments from his courtroom wall. Please read the poem he wrote. It’s below his picture.
 Alabama Judge
The following is a poem written by Judge Roy Moore from Alabama . Judge Moore was sued by the ACLU for displaying the Ten Commandments in his courtroom foyer. He has been stripped of his judgeship and now they are trying to strip his right to practice law in Alabama ! The judge’s poem sums it up quite well.
America? the beautiful,
or so you used to be.
Land of the Pilgrim’s pride;
I’m glad they’ll never see.
Babies piled in dumpsters,
Abortion on demand,
Oh, sweet land of liberty;
your house is on the sand.
Our children wander aimlessly
poisoned by cocaine
choosing to indulge their lusts,
when God has said abstain
From sea to shining sea,
our Nation turns away
From the teaching of God’s love
and a need to always pray
We’ve kept God in our
temples, how callous we have grown.
When earth is but His footstool,
and Heaven is His throne.
We’ve voted in a government
that’s rotting at the core,
Appointing Godless Judges;
who throw reason out the door,
Too soft to place a killer
in a well deserved tomb,
But brave enough to kill a baby
before he leaves the womb.
You think that God’s not
angry, that our land’s a moral slum?
How much longer will He wait
before His judgment comes?
How are we to face our God,
from Whom we cannot hide?
What then is left for us to do,
but stem this evil tide?
If we who are His children,
will humbly turn and pray;
Seek His holy face
and mend our evil way:
Then God will hear from Heaven;
and forgive us of our sins,
He’ll heal our sickly land
and those who live within.
But, America the Beautiful,
If you don’t – then you will see,
A sad but Holy God
withdraw His hand from Thee..
~~Judge Roy Moore~~
This says it all. May we all forward this message and offer our prayers for Judge Moore to be blessed and for America to wake up and realize what we need to do to keep OUR America the Beautiful.
Pass this on . Lift Judge Moore up in Prayer. He has stood firm and needs our support.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Friday, May 3, 2013

Monday, April 1, 2013

Christianity is in retreat, it’s time to fight

This is a portion of the article I wrote on  We are actually at war with Islam and the secularists and atheists.
Excerpt:  From within, the secularists and atheists have infiltrated our schools and universities, and are using their influence with liberal judges to rewrite our Constitution. Dr. Ben Carson, in his book “America the Beautiful” devotes a chapter to asking and answering the question, “Are we a Judeo-Christian nation or not”. It is obvious to all who read this that we are, and as evidenced on our currency and throughout our government, our founders were not afraid to show it.
Recent events, such as the college instructor in Florida requiring his students to trample on the word Jesus, and the Alabama elementary school banning the word Easter (Spring eggs, and Spring bunnies), is just a continuation of the contempt the secularists and atheists have shown for Christmas and Christianity.
Read full article at

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Intelligence insider: Obama administration agenda to “kill U.S Dollar”

Intelligence insider: Obama administration agenda to “kill U.S Dollar”

Excerpt:Some might be surprised to learn that the fate of America’s economy has already been determined, verified and announced by the Obama White House. Yet, it has received scant attention from the corporate media. In 2011, economist Kyle Bass interviewed a senior member of the Obama administration about its planned solutions for fixing the US economy and trade deficit[ia].
Among the questions he asked was about U.S. exports and wages, but the question itself was not nearly as important as the response he received from this senior administration official. In fact, this single, seven word response clarifies everything, explains everything, and leaves little else to discuss: “We’re just going to kill the dollar.”

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Dr. Ben Carson at CPAC 2013

Pat Caddell’s sage advice for Republicans at CPAC

Reprint fromBreitbart
Pat Caddell, the Fox News Contributor and Democrat pollster who engineered Jimmy Carter’s 1976 Presidential victory, blew the lid off CPAC on Thursday with a blistering attack on “racketeering” Republican consultants who play wealthy donors like “marks.”
“I blame the donors who allow themselves to be played for marks. I blame the people in the grassroots for allowing themselves to be played for suckers….It’s time to stop being marks. It’s time to stop being suckers. It’s time for you people to get real,” he told the audience that included two top Republican consultants.
Caddell stole the show as a panelist in the breakout session titled “Should We Shoot All the Consultants Now?” He spoke with a fire and passion that electrified the room. When the session began the large room was half filled, but as word spread of the fireworks going on inside, the audience streamed in. By the end, it was standing room only.
Breitbart News spoke with Caddell prior to his talk, and he promised he would deliver a “brutal critique” of the Republican establishment and its political consulting class. He did not disappoint, pulling no punches with an unyielding evisceration of a small group of Republican consultants, the Romney campaign, the Republican National Committee, and Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS Super PAC.
“When you have the Chief of Staff of the Republican National Committee and the political director of the Romney campaign, and their two companies get $150 million at the end of the campaign for the ‘fantastic’ get-out-the-vote program…some of this borders on RICO [the 1970 Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act] violations,” Caddell told the crowd. ”It’s all self dealing going on. I think it works on the RICO thing. They’re in the business of lining their pockets.”
“The Republican Party,” Caddell continued, “is in the grips of what I call the CLEC–the consultant, lobbyist, and establishment complex.” Caddell described CLEC as a self serving interconnected network of individuals and organizations interested in preserving their own power far more than they’re interested in winning elections.
“Just follow the money,” Caddell told a rapt audience. “It’s all there in the newspaper. The way it works is this–ever since we centralized politics in Washington, the House campaign committee and the Senate campaign committee,  they decide who they think should run. You hire these people on the accredited list [they say to candidates] otherwise we won’t give you money. You hire my friend or else.”
Financial corruption is a key component of the current process, according to Caddell. “There’s money passing under the table on both parties. Don’t kid yourself…If you can’t see racketeering in front of you, God save you.”
As a Democrat, Caddell said he could tell the truth about the failings of the Republicans 2012 campaign efforts since “I have no interest in the Republican Party.” He compared Republicans unfavorably to Democrats.”In my party we play to win. We play for life and death. You people play for a different kind of agenda…Your party has no problem playing the Washington Generals to the Harlem Globetrotters.”
Caddell left no doubt he is not an admirer of Mitt Romney’s campaign management skills. He called Romney “the worst executive I’ve seen” when it comes to leading a political campaign.  Romney’s failure to attack Obama’s Benghazi debacle during the foreign policy debate was “cravenness” that came about because his consultants told him “we don’t want to look warlike.”
Caddell also said Romney failed to back his campaign with his own money when it was most needed. ”My question for Romney is, you spent $45 million [of your own money] in your 2008 campaign where you didn’t have a chance. Why didn’t you give your campaign a loan in the spring instead of letting Obama define you?”
Romney, Caddell said, was not on top of his game when he failed to anticipate attacks based on his business career. “You didn’t know Bain was coming? Ted Kennedy used it against you.” Romney lost to Ted Kennedy in the 1994 Senate election in Massachusetts.
Caddell was equally caustic in his evaluation of the Republican consultants who managed Romney’s campaign. ”Of course this election could have been won.  It should have been won,” he said. ”The Romney campaign was the worst campaign in my lifetime except for ninety minutes [in the first debate] thanks to Barack Obama.”
“There was a failure of strategy, a failure of tactics, a massive failure of messaging. Most of all there was a total failure of imagination.” Caddell singled out Stuart Stevens, a key figure in Romney’s campaign, in a particularly withering critique. “Stevens had as much business running a campaign as I do sprouting wings and flying out of this room,” he said to an audience that applauded.
Caddell said that Romney inexplicably allowed Obama to define him without fighting back. If Obama had a 50% favorable rating on election day, he had an 80% chance of winning. If he had a 45% favorable rating on election day, he had a 90% chance of losing. On election day, Obama’s favorable rating was 51% because, Caddell said, “Republicans failed to hold him down.”
“A majority of the people wanted to repeal Obamacare, [an issue that] the Republican Party abandoned,” Caddell noted. He added that “on the issue of bigger or smaller government, one-third of the people who want smaller government voted for Obama.”
Caddell criticized the RNC’s planned announcement on Monday of the RNC’s Growth and Opportunity Project report, which he dismissed as “this whitewash…being produced at the RNC. You can not have the people who failed responsible for finding the solution.”
Caddell predicted that the Republican Party, unless it became the anti-establishment, anti-Washington party, would become extinct, like the 19th century Whig Party. “These people [in the consulting-lobbying-establishment complex] are doing business for themselves. They are a part of the Washington establishment. These people don’t want to have change.”
The 2010 takeover of Congress by the Republicans, Caddell said, “was not engineered by the Washington Republican establishment. They [the establishment] then took that victory and threw it away.”
Caddell called Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) “the Ambrose Burnside of American politics.” Burnside was the commander of the Union’s Army of the Potomac during the Civil War. He was dismissed by Lincoln for his inability to press his advantage against the enemy, his plodding and unimaginative strategies, and his inability to focus resources on the tactics needed for victory.
Caddell cautioned Republicans not to read too much in the 2012 results where they maintained control of the House of Representatives. ”You won the House [in 2012] because of the reapportionment that came after the 2010 [Tea Party] victories,” he said. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), elected in 2010, and Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI), elected in 2012, had to fight this establishment at every step in the process and “claw their way” to electoral success, Caddell said.
When an audience member asked Caddell why he, a Democrat, was offering Republicans advice that would help them beat his own party, his response was met with huge applause. “I’m not a fan of Barack Obama,” Caddell said. “My first allegiance is to my country. I have paid a huge price, and when I watch you people screwing up I’m offended.”
Nancy Smith, a grassroots activist who co-founded an independent Virginia  group that focused on door-to-door canvassing and get-out-the-vote in the 2012 election, was effusive in her praise of Caddell’s critique. “This talk by Caddell is what this entire conference should be about.”
The panel was moderated by Matt Schlapp, a principal at Cove Strategies, a Republican political consulting firm. In addition to Caddell, the panel included Jeff Roe, the founder of Axiom Strategies, also a Republican political consulting firm, Morton Blackwell, a Republican National Committeeman from Virginia and founder of the Leadership Institute, and Brian Baker, founder of a Super PAC.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Constitution reigns supreme over all three branches of government

KrisAnne Hall puts Liberal Attorney in his place.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Girls on FOX News

Monday, March 11, 2013

Solar highways, a green solution to our energy needs

A fantastic idea that should be developed and implemented immediately if found to be viable and pays for itself.  This makes those stupid ugly windmills and solar panel farms obsolete and a thing of the past.  The $ Billions that Obama gave to his benefactors was a waste.  At least this idea has a lot of forward thinking and potential.

Read full report here.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

The new face of the Republican party is in town

Armed churchgoer prevents slaughter – Says gun-free zones are dangerous

Armed churchgoer prevents slaughter (Reprint from WND)
‘History and common sense prove that gun-free zones are dangerous’

Charl Van Wyk, who carried a gun to a church service, shot back at terrorists bent on mass slaughter and ultimately was credited with saving hundreds of lives, says politicians should rise above the “politically correct” and do what’s right to save the lives of children and teachers.
Weighing in on the current debate in America over the public’s access to self-defense, he told WND that only in a “sheer utopian fantasy” would people expect that “homicidal maniacs” would follow gun laws.
“In Israel teachers and parents, serving as school aides, are armed at all times on school grounds, with semi-automatic weapons. Since this policy was adopted in the 1970s, attacks by gunmen at schools in Israel have ceased,” he said.
“In 2004 Thailand adopted a similar approach for safety of children. It may be politically incorrect, but it does have the advantage of saving the lives of innocent children and teachers. The policy? Encouraging teachers to carry firearms.” he continued.
“On 27 April 2004, the Associated Press reported, ‘Interior Minister Bhokin Bhalakula ordered provincial governors to give teachers licenses to buy guns if they want to even though it would mean bringing firearms into the classrooms when the region’s 925 schools reopen May 17 after two months of summer holiday.’
“Though Thailand’s government is extremely hostile to gun ownership in general, it has recognized that teachers ought to be able to safeguard their students and themselves,” he said.
“Maybe we can learn something from these countries.”
Currently, the Obama administration is offering numerous proposals to ban certain weapons, certain types and generally make the public’s access to firearms more difficult.
Van Wyk’s own story of self-defense – and the defense of the innocent – dates to July 25, 1993 – the day that would become known as the day of the St. James Massacre. That was when terrorists invaded the St. James Church in South Africa with automatic weapons. About a dozen members of the congregation were killed, and dozens more were injured.
But the terrorists fled when Van Wyk, who was carrying a handgun with him, returned fire, injuring one terrorist.
Van Wyk was recognized by authorities with a commendation for his actions, which likely saved dozens, if not hundreds, of lives.
Van Wyk notes that the commander of the church attackers, Letlapa Mphahlele, later said, “There we thought that the church was a ‘gun free zone,’ but boy did he (van Wyk) have a surprise for us!”
“U.S. school shooting incidents prove that proclaiming gun-free zones at learning institutions does not prohibit homicidal maniacs from entering these premises. In fact, expecting such an individual to honor a law prohibiting firearms is sheer utopian fantasy,” van Wyk told WND.
“History and common sense prove that gun-free zones are dangerous,” he said. “Do mass shootings ever occur in police stations, on shooting ranges or at gun shows? Mass murderers select soft targets for their acts of violence.
“Declaring gun-free zones, risks leaving potential victims defenseless,” he said. “Gun-free zones merely make the working environment of the criminals safer.”
He said any move eliminate Americans’ access to self-defense should be opposed.
“We need to refuse to support any laws that leave us defenseless against murderers, robbers, rapists and arsonists.”
He noted Oliver Cromwell’s advice to troops at the Battle of Edgehill in 1642, “‘Put your trust in God, my boys, but mind to keep your powder dry.’”
Van Wyk said it is “by God’s grace” that he has survived two violent attacks with guns.
The first was the terror attack on the church, and the second an attempted car-jacking.
“In both cases the gun in my hand was far more useful than a cop of the phone,” he said.
He also said the simple logic of self-defense supports access to weapons.
“People often blame guns for crime, as if crime did not exist before guns were invented,” he said. “I’d far rather be armed and never need my gun, than need a gun and not have one.”
And he said the suddenness of such attacks leaves only one option for protection.
“The only person who can make any difference when faced with a violent attacker is the person who is right THERE, right THEN,” he said.
In a letter to the editor van Wyk wrote after he fended off two armed robbers who were trying to carjack him, he said, “Some believe that an armed response to this type of tyranny will only escalate the violence. Not so – an armed response actually diffused the attack and my two passengers and I are, by God’s grace, blessed to still be alive.”
“Instant response to a life-threatening situation is always best – ‘the clean up team’ are just that, ‘the clean up team’. The police cannot be everywhere, all the time, to protect you,” he continued.
He previously noted that self-defense is biblical.
“Sometimes we also read into Scripture that which is not taught, e.g., ‘But whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also’ (Matthew 5:39). This is dealing with our response to a personal insult. It should not be read to mean: ‘If someone murders your wife, let him murder your child too.’ The Bible clearly teaches, ‘A righteous man who falters before the wicked is like a murky spring and a polluted well’ (Proverbs 25:26). Surely we would be ‘faltering before the wicked’ if we cannot protect worshipers in a church!”
“Besides the mother’s womb, gun-free zones are the most dangerous places on earth,” he said, and he argues strict gun control actually lead to more crime.
“At the end of the day, we need to be prepared to defend ourselves. The only person who can stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun; nobody else will be of much help,” he said.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Rand Paul's response to Obama's State of the Union

Dr. Benjamin Carson vaults into the political spotlight

Excerpt:  On February 7th, as keynote speaker at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast attended by President Obama, Dr. Benjamin Carson delivered one of the most electrifying speeches Conservatives have heard in recent times.
The product of a single mother, Benjamin graduated with honors from Southwestern High School in Detroit, Michigan. He earned a degree in Psychology from Yale University before attending the University of Michigan Medical School.
Read my full article in here.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Border security humor

More about Dr. Benjamin Carson

For those of you who do not know this man pictured here receiving the medal of freedom from President Bush, he is Dr. Benjamin Carson. The medal of freedom is the highest award a civilian can achieve in the USA. This man’s life is so amazing they made a movie about it.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Benghazi mystery

This is an excerpt from my article on
Excerpt: The mystery was created by a question from Senator Rand Paul. His question was asked of Secretary Clinton, in a previous session, about the transfer of weapons to Turkey through Libya. Speculation was that Ambassador Stevens was in Benghazi to retrieve weapons from the Libyan rebels. Stevens met that very evening with the Turkish Consul General to discuss what? Speculation again is that these weapons were to be transferred through Turkey to rebel forces, including the Muslim Brotherhood, in Syria, Secretary Clinton successfully dodged Paul’s question leaving the true purpose of Ambassador Stevens’ presence in Benghazi a mystery. Adding to this mystery is that an estimated thirty people survived the attack on the annex. The State Department has not released their names and they have not surfaced to be interviewed by Congress or the press. Where are they and why the silence?
Read full article here.

Friday, February 8, 2013

Dr. Carson shames Obama on National debt while Obama sits next to him!!

For what Rush Limbaugh said about this speech and for the entire speech with proposal for a common sense healthcare plan, click here.

Friday, January 25, 2013

ObamaCare cost to SC for Medicaid expansion

GoldfinchDear Concerned Voter,
Thank for your email in which you indicate your support for the expansion of the State’s Medicaid program. As you know, as a result of the Supreme Court’s decision, the expansion is optional and left to the states to decide whether to participate.
In the email, you expressed your concerns that we need to protect the low-income workers of this country.
I generally agree with your observations, but unfortunately, the state cannot afford to expand the program, and let me tell you why I feel this way.
First, let me say that the Medicaid program in South Carolina is under the jurisdiction of Governor Haley, and the agency head for the Department of Health and Human Services, Mr. Tony Keck, is appointed by her. The Governor has stated on many occasions that she does not support the expansion. In her State of the State address this year, she said that several other states are having deficits because of overspending for public healthcare programs. It was only a couple of years ago in South Carolina that we, too, were having problems funding the existing program.
I am not supporting the expansion of Medicaid because of many reasons. The foremost reason is that South Carolina taxpayers cannot afford to sustain funding for the current Medicaid program even at the 30% state match level. In addition, the funding demands for the current entitlement program is hurting the funding for everything else in the state budget- public education, law enforcement, corrections, economic development, natural resources and higher education. As attractive as the offer of 100% Federal funding for the first few years, we cannot continue down this spending road. Unlike the Federal government, the state cannot borrow money to keep state government operating.
For next year, DHHS is requesting $193 million, just to maintain the Medicaid program and deal with the costs associated with the healthcare mandates and other provisions in the new Federal law. This amount represents more than half of the projected “new” General Funds revenue ($262 million) that will be available to budget writers for next year. These funds are primarily from sales and income taxes.
According to the State Budget and Control Board’s Division of State Budget, the Medicaid program will need an increase of $357 million in funding for state fiscal year (FY) 2014-15; and $471 million in FY 15-16!
The House Ways and Means Committee is currently working on the state budget for FY 13-14. The Governor’s Executive Budget recommends funding to maintain the current program through a combination of General Funds, cigarette tax revenue of about $150 million, and other tobacco settlement revenue to the State. General funds for the Medicaid program total $1 billion and this represents 18% of the State’s total General Funds revenue.
As you know, although the expansion is initially 100% Federally funded, it gradually reduces to 90% over time requiring state matching funds of 10%. As I have said, the State is already having trouble funding the current program. Even at 10%, it is obvious we are having trouble finding the 30% for the current program due to increases in Medicaid enrollment, healthcare inflation and pressures to increase reimbursement rates to keep providers that will accept Medicaid patients.
We also know that at the Federal level, cuts are coming to government programs due to the Federal deficit and the possibility of the fiscal cliff. I question the ability of the Federal government to be able to keep its’ promise of 100% Federal funding.
Currently, there are plenty of persons already eligible for Medicaid but who have not enrolled. It is estimated that this number could be as high as 70,000 to 90,000 children and 40,000 to 56,000 adults. These are people that could enroll under current rules and will further increase the state’s matching requirement of 30%.
And it is important to recognize that Medicaid inflation normally runs at 6.6% annually. The State’s General Fund does not grow at this rate. At this rate, it would require about $66 million in state funds just to maintain the current program without consideration for increasing enrollments, provider reimbursement and the other mandates of the Affordable Care Act.
Another troubling fact impacting the existing healthcare system is that the current healthcare system doesn’t get to some of the root causes of the healthcare problems such as lifestyle choices that are contributing to the high costs of health care. 15% of all of the healthcare costs is due to sedentary lifestyles. It costs $1,200 more to treat the obese person than a healthy weight person.
Currently losses in the Medicaid program due to fraud and abuse could be as much as 10% of spending.
And there are also huge opportunities for more efficiency in the current healthcare system. According to Mr. Tony Keck, Director of the State Medicaid agency, there could be savings in the current program of as much as $30 to $40 million in hospital expenditures. The General Assembly needs to make sure we control these costs before considering expansion of the current system.
The number of physicians practicing in SC per 100,000 people is well below the national average. There are concerns that the physician workforce may not be able to keep pace with the future demands of the aging population, much less an expansion of Medicaid.
Thank you for sharing your concerns and views on the State’s Medicaid program. I appreciate your opinion on this important topic, but as a member of the House of Representatives, I have a responsibility to participate in the writing of a fiscally responsible budget that takes into consideration the fiscal impact of major policy decisions and the future financial realities of state revenue. Even with the Federal government’s 100% participation in the first few years of funding the expansion, there are too many uncertainties of funding Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security at the Federal level. State elected officials need to be good stewards of the taxpayer monies, and we are entrusted with that responsibility by the taxpayers. It is clear to me that as much as I would like to help more citizens with public health insurance, the state does not have the financial means to sustain the expansion.
Stephen L. Goldfinch Jr.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Obama to Top Brass: Will you fire on American Citizens?

This is going viral on the Internet.  Don't know how credible the source is, but Obama's actions do not make me disbelieve it.  A number of high ranking military leaders have been removed from their positions recently, and people are wondering why.  In addition to the litmus test revelation, there are a few observations about China that you should be aware of.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Saturday, January 12, 2013

AGENDA: Grinding America down – Obama’s “Change”

This is the most important history lesson you will ever receive. You may believe that America’s decline is an accident. This movie shows that everything that is bad with the country now, is the result of a well thought out plan by the Socialists and Communists back in the 50′s and 60′s to destroy our capitalist Republic and re-design it in the Communist image. This is what Obama’s “Change” looks like.
View full length video here.

Obama administration’s Benghazi smokescreen is cover up for transfer of weapons to Al Qaeda

All this Congressional uproar about Benghazi and the Administration blaming the attack on the YouTube video is all a smokescreen to hide the real crime.  Not only was there a cover up of the weapons gift to Al Qaeda, but many believe that the security was reduced to enable the kidnapping of Stevens by the Muslim Brotherhood, to set up an exchange for the Blind Sheik.  This is still to be vetted, but I wouldn’t put it past our Muslim in Chief to arrange such a travesty boarding on treason.  Nothing can explain the order to “stand down”.
Will the truth come out?  It is highly doubtful without an aggressive investigative  mainstream media.
Excerpt:  We now know why Ambassador Christopher Stevens had to be in Benghazi the night of 9/11 to meet a Turkish representative, even though he feared for his safety.  According to various reports, one of Stevens’ main missions in Libya was to facilitate the transfer of much of Gadhafi’s military equipment, including the deadly SA-7 – portable SAMs – to Islamists and other al Qaeda-affiliated groups fighting the Assad Regime in Syria. In an excellent article, Aaron Klein states that Stevens routinely used our Benghazi consulate (mission) to coordinate the Turkish, Saudi Arabian and Qatari governments’ support for insurgencies throughout the Middle East. Further, according to Egyptian security sources, Stevens played a “central role in recruiting Islamic jihadists to fight the Assad Regime in Syria.” 
In another excellent article, Clare Lopez at noted that there were two large warehouse-type buildings associated with our Benghazi mission. During the terrorist attack, the warehouses were probably looted. We do not know what was there and if it was being administrated by our two former Navy SEALs and the CIA operatives who were in Benghazi.  Nonetheless, the equipment was going to hardline jihadis. 
Once the attack commenced at 10:00 p.m. Libyan time (4:00 p.m. EST), we know the mission security staff immediately contacted Washington and our embassy in Tripoli.  It now appears the White HousePentagonState DepartmentCIA, NDI, JCS and various other military commands monitored the entire battle in real time via frantic phone calls from our compound and video from an overhead drone. The cries for help and support went unanswered.
Somebody high up in the administration made the decision that no assistance (outside our Tripoli embassy) would be provided, and let our people be killed. The person who made that callous decision needs to be brought to light and held accountable. According to a CIA spokesperson, “No one at any level in the CIA told anybody not to help those in need.” We also need to know whether the director of CIA and the director of National Intelligence were facilitators in the fabricated video lie and the overall cover-up. Their creditability is on the line. A congressional committee should be immediately formed to get the facts out to the American people. Nothing less is acceptable.
Retired Adm. James A. Lyons was commander in chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet and senior U.S. military representative to the United Nations.
Read the full Washington Times article here