Sunday, 18 August 2013

Fwd: [New post] SERIOUSLY? Those 100,000+ people who signed a petition asking the White House to declare the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization actually thought they would get a response?






BareNakedIslam posted: "A petition calling on the White House to declare Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization has far surpassed the 100,000 number of signatures needed to require a response, but there has been no word on the petition from the Obama administration."

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SERIOUSLY? Those 100,000+ people who signed a petition asking the White House to declare the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization actually thought they would get a response?

by BareNakedIslam

A petition calling on the White House to declare Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization has far surpassed the 100,000 number of signatures needed to require a response, but there has been no word on the petition from the Obama administration. NEWSMAX  (h/t Mary L) The petition was posted on July 7 by a resident […]

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Fwd: Obama Fired Nearly All Members on Key Intelligence Advisory Board Just Prior to Snowden Revelations on NSA




 

 

August 17, 2013 by Tim Brown

Obama Fired Nearly All Members on Key Intelligence Advisory Board Just Prior to Snowden Revelations on NSA  

Barack Obama has once again demonstrated his utter contempt and disdain for the American people. Recently he claimed to revamp the National Security Agency's (NSA) surveillance activity prior to the leaks made by whistleblower Edward Snowden. In reality, Obama was accelerating the spying and diminishing oversight and review.

Mike Masnick reports:

Remember last week's press conference, where President Obama insisted that he had already kicked off the process of a major review of the way we do intelligence and surveillance in this country — and about how he was going to set up an "outside" review group to look all this over? The same review group that will be set up by and report to James Clapper (but, the White House assures us, not run by him)?

Right, so a few people pointed out that President Obama already has an independent group that's supposed to do that thing: called the
President's Intelligence Advisory Board (PIAB). There's just one tiny, tiny problem in all of this. It now appears that, back in May, just before all the Snowden stuff started coming out, it appears that the administration basically kicked nearly everyone off of the PIAB board. It went from 14 members down to just four. And those members were basically asked to leave:

"They kicked me off," said former Rep. Lee Hamilton (D-IN). "I was on it a long time under Bush and under Obama. They wanted to make some changes."

"I don't know anything about whether they've brought in new members. They thanked me and that's about all I know," added Hamilton, widely known for his service as vice chairman of the 9/11 Commission.

[....] Philip Zelikow, who served as executive director of the 9/11 Commission and later as a top aide to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, was also asked recently to step off the PIAB.

"I've resigned from the Board, one of ten of the fourteen earlier members who have done so," Zelikow said via email. "Four of the earlier members have remained, pending a reconstitution of the Board at some point for the balance of the President's second term. The White House website displays the current situation, pending that."

So where is all that transparency that Obama promised? Apparently it hasn't been seen. Instead of making sure NSA was doing what it should be doing, Obama removed 10 of 14 advisory board members! That my friends was purposeful, not a sign of incompetence. The man knows exactly what he's doing. Let's not make excuses for him in these matters.

Furthermore, the Washington Post is now reporting that new documents confirm what we knew all along; the Obama administration, via the NSA, were spying on Americans unlawfully, making denial an impossibility.

The Washington Post reports:

The National Security Agency has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since Congress granted the agency broad new powers in 2008, according to an internal audit and other top-secret documents.

Most of the infractions involve unauthorized surveillance of Americans or foreign intelligence targets in the United States, both of which are restricted by statute and executive order. They range from significant violations of law to typographical errors that resulted in unintended interception of U.S. e-mails and telephone calls.

Some lawmakers called Friday for greater transparency in the surveillance operations of the National Security Agency, while U.S. officials stressed that any mistakes committed by the agency were not intentional. The contrasting reactions came after The Washington Post reported that the NSA violated rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times in recent years.

The documents, provided earlier this summer to The Washington Post by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, include a level of detail and analysis that is not routinely shared with Congress or the special court that oversees surveillance. In one of the documents, agency personnel are instructed to remove details and substitute more generic language in reports to the Justice Department and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Other instances of abuse are listed in the Post's article. The question now has to be asked, when will Congress bring articles of impeachment against this usurper in the White House and when will they also rein in the power of the NSA? If you would like to apply a little pressure to your representative of the NSA violating American's constitutionally protected rights, you can click here to send them a message.



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Fwd: Obama Writes His Own Laws: Hail To Caudillo In Chief




 

 

 
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Obama Writes His Own Laws: Hail To Caudillo In Chief

By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER

 Posted 08/15/2013 06:46 PM ET
 

As a reaction to the crack epidemic of the 1980s, many federal drug laws carry strict mandatory sentences. This has stirred unease in Congress and sparked a bipartisan effort to revise and relax some of the more draconian laws.

Traditionally — meaning before Barack Obama — that's how laws were changed: We have a problem, we hold hearings, we find some new arrangement, ratified by Congress and signed by the president.

That was then. On Monday, Attorney General Eric Holder, a liberal in a hurry, ordered all U.S. attorneys to simply stop charging nonviolent, non-gang-related drug defendants with crimes that, while fitting the offense, carry mandatory sentences.

Find some lesser, non-triggering charge. How might you do that? Withhold evidence — e.g., about the amount of dope involved.

In other words, evade the law, by deceiving the court if necessary. "If the companies that I represent in federal criminal cases" did that, said former Deputy Attorney General George Terwilliger, "they could be charged with a felony."

But such niceties must not stand in the way of an administration's agenda. Indeed, the very next day it was revealed that the administration had unilaterally waived ObamaCare's cap on a patient's annual out-of-pocket expenses — a one-year exemption for selected health insurers that is nowhere permitted in the law. It was simply decreed by an obscure Labor Department regulation.

Which followed a presidentially directed 70%-plus subsidy for the insurance premiums paid by congressmen and their personal staffs — under a law that denies subsidies for anyone that well off.

Which came just a month after the administration's equally lawless suspension of one of the cornerstones of ObamaCare: the employer mandate.

Which followed hundreds of ObamaCare waivers granted by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to selected businesses, unions and other well-lobbied, very special interests.

Nor is this kind of rule-by-decree restricted to health care. In 2012, the immigration service was ordered to cease proceedings against young illegal immigrants brought here as children.

Congress had refused to pass such a law (the Dream Act) just 18 months earlier. Obama himself had repeatedly said that the Constitution forbade him from enacting it without Congress. But with the fast approach of an election that could hinge on the Hispanic vote, Obama did exactly that. Unilaterally.

The point is not what you think about the merits of the Dream Act. Or of mandatory drug sentences. Or of subsidizing health care premiums for $175,000-a-year members of Congress. Or even whether you think governors should be allowed to weaken the work requirements for welfare recipients — an authority the administration granted last year in clear violation of section 407 of the landmark Clinton-Gingrich welfare reform of 1996.

The point is whether a president, charged with faithfully executing the laws that Congress enacts, may create, ignore, suspend and/or amend the law at will.

Presidents are arguably permitted to refuse to enforce laws they consider unconstitutional (the basis for so many of George W. Bush's so-called signing statements). But presidents are forbidden from doing so for reason of mere policy — the reason for every Obama violation listed above.

Such gross executive usurpation disdains the Constitution. It mocks the separation of powers. And most consequentially, it introduces a fatal instability into law itself. If the law is not what is plainly written, but is whatever the president and his agents decide, what's left of the law?

What's the point of the whole legislative process — of crafting various provisions through give-and-take negotiation — if you cannot rely on the fixity of the final product, on the assurance that the provisions bargained for by both sides will be carried out?

Consider immigration reform. The essence of any deal would be legalization in return for strict border enforcement. If some such legislative compromise is struck, what confidence can anyone have in it — if the president can unilaterally alter what he signs?

Yet this president is not only untroubled by what he's doing, but open and rather proud. As he tells cheering crowds on his never-ending campaign-style tours: I am going to do X — and I'm not going to wait for Congress.

That's caudillo talk. That's banana republic stuff. In this country, the president is required to win the consent of Congress first.

At stake is not some constitutional curlicue. At stake is whether the laws are the law. And whether presidents get to write their own.


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Fwd: Illegal Alien Students Demand Lower College Tuition




Since they are here illegally they should be deported immediately.

 

Illegal Alien Students Demand Lower College Tuition

More karma-the "undocumented" students can't protest on campus because they don't have the right paperwork filed…

Via Fox Nation:

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Dozens of undocumented students at Wake Technical Community College are pushing for changes to a policy that requires them to pay out-of-state tuition. The students are forced to pay the out-of-state fees, which are nearly four times the cost of in-state tuition, even if they graduated from a North Carolina high school and have been living in the state for some time. Five students were arrested at Thursday's protest after repeated warnings to leave the campus. Wake Tech officials said the group didn't file the proper paperwork to protest at the college. The five individuals, ranging in age from 17-27, are all charged with second-degree trespassing. Meanwhile, undocumented students moved their demonstration to the highway demanding equal tuition rights.

"I think it's discriminatory because they give us the opportunity already to be able to study here. We work really hard," said undocumented student Jose Rico.

 

 



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Fwd: Muslim group under attack for planning 'Million Muslim March' set for Sept. 11 in Washington D.C.




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Muslim group under attack for planning 'Million Muslim March' set for Sept. 11 in Washington D.C.

Critics say a Muslim group picked the wrong day — Sept. 11 — to march on Washington to complain about religious profiling and President Obama's handling of an investigation into the terror attacks that rocked America 12 years ago.

The mass demonstration, called the "Million Muslim March," was changed to a more mainstream-sounding event, "Million American March Against Fear," but the name did not seem to gain much traction and has apparently reverted back to its original title.

American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC), which is organizing the march, claims Muslims nationwide have been the victims of anti-Islamic bigotry in the years following the Sept. 11, 2001, Al Qaeda terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people on American soil.

"On 9.11.01 our country was forever changed by the horrific events in New York. The entire country was victimized by the acts done on that day," the group said in a statement. "Muslim and Non Muslim alike were traumatized but we as Muslims continue 12 years later to be victimized by being made the villains. To this day every media outlet and anti Islamic organization has committed slanderous and libel statements against us as Muslims and our religion of Islam."

"Yet our Government either sits idly by and does nothing to protect our freedoms or it exacerbates the problem with its constant war on terrorism in Islamic countries, congressional hearings on Islam in America, and its changes to the NDAA law," the statement says.

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Fwd: [LeftLibertarian2] Glenn Greenwald's partner detained at Heathrow for 9 hours


 
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Fwd: Sequester Has Already Succeeded Beyond Expectations




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Sequester Has Already Succeeded Beyond Expectations

Monday, August 12, 2013 12:23 PM

By: Dan Weil

The automatic government spending cuts that drew howls of protest from Washington when they began March 1 have turned out splendidly, says Stephen Moore, a Wall Street Journal editorial board member.

"The biggest underreported story out of Washington this year is that the federal budget is shrinking and much more than anyone in either party expected," he wrote Sunday.

Annual spending peaked at about $3.6 trillion in fiscal 2011. Many experts had expected outlays would reach $4 trillion by 2014, Moore reported.


Instead, spending dropped to $3.54 trillion in fiscal 2012, and is on track to dip below $3.45 trillion by Sept. 30, the end of fiscal 2013. That would represent the first time government spending has decreased for two straight years since the end of the Korean War, Moore noted.

"This reversal from the spending binge in 2009 and 2010 began with the debt-ceiling agreement between Mr. Obama and House Speaker John Boehner in 2011," Moore said.

That accord included $2 trillion in spending caps for 10 years and spawned the sequester, which will save more than $50 billion this fiscal year.

"As long as Republicans don't foolishly undo this amazing progress by agreeing to Mr. Obama's demands for a 'balanced approach' to the 2014 budget in exchange for calling off the sequester, additional expenditure cuts will continue automatically," he added.

"In other words, Mr. Obama has inadvertently chained himself to fiscal restraints that could flatten federal spending for the rest of his presidency."

Moore said a return to normal economic growth could send the budget deficit lower at least through 2015.

"Already the deficit has fallen from its Mount Everest peak of 10.2 percent of gross domestic product in 2009, to about 4 percent this year . . . At least for now, the great Washington spending blitz of the Obama first term is over."

Moore, noting that half or more of the spending cuts have come from defense, said the military budget as a percentage of GDP is set to reach its lowest level since the Clinton administration.

"These deep cutbacks could be dangerous to national security, but as the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were winding down, defense would have been cut under any scenario," he said.

"The sequester cuts in annual budgets for the military, education, transportation and other discretionary programs have also been an underappreciated success, with none of the anticipated negative consequences," Moore continued.

Moore cited the sequester as being responsible for curtailing runaway spending on programs long supported by liberals, such as the National Endowment for the Arts, the Environmental Protection Agency and green energy subsidies, and National Public Radio.

"Liberals had hoped that re-electing Mr. Obama, the most pro-spending president since LBJ, would unleash another four years of Great Society government expansion. Instead, spending caps and the sequester are squashing these progressive dreams," he stated, admonishing Republicans to simply stay the course in their upcoming budget negotiations with the White House.

"All Republicans need to do is enforce the budget laws Mr. Obama has already agreed to."

 



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Fwd: Hey Hillary! What Difference Does It Make?

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Fwd: [New post] To all those women swooning over Boston Bomber Brother, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, be careful what you wish for





BareNakedIslam posted: " Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is a Chechen Muslim from Russia. This is how Chechen Muslims treat women in Russia: h/t Joe J Chechen Muslims kidnap Russian girl, strangle her, then slit her throat and leave her to die. http://youtu.be/m64ojA6GzYk Chechen Muslim smack"

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To all those women swooning over Boston Bomber Brother, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, be careful what you wish for

by BareNakedIslam

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is a Chechen Muslim from Russia. This is how Chechen Muslims treat women in Russia: h/t Joe J Chechen Muslims kidnap Russian girl, strangle her, then slit her throat and leave her to die. Chechen Muslim smacks around a few Russian girls in what looks to be a liquor store. Chechen Muslim assaults […]

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Fwd: Problem Getting a Permit?



 


Having a Problem Getting a Permit? Call it a Mosque.

Posted: 17 Aug 2013 05:40 PM PDT

Many banks and courthouses forbid anyone covering their face from entering the premises on security concerns; but Muslims demand niqab-covered women be exempt on religious grounds. There are amusement parks who ban loose scarves and clothing from certain rides on safety concerns; but Muslims demand niqab-covered women be exempt on religious grounds.

So I thought it was about time that I took advantage of that bit of politically correct bullcrap the next time I wanted to do something outrageous, unlawful, or illegal.

I recently applied for a building permit for a new house.

It was going to be 100 ft tall and 400 ft wide, with 9 gun turrets at various heights, and windows all over the place and a loud outside entertainment sound system.

It would have parking for 200 cars, a 50 foot wall surrounding it, and I was going to paint it snot green with pink trim.

The City Council told me; "Forget it...AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN!"

So I sent in the application again, but this time I called it a 'Mosque.'

Badshahi Mosque, Lahore, Pakistan
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Work starts on Monday.

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Re: ABCNews.com: Julian Assange Backs Ron and Rand Paul

Hey Bruce,
 
I agree with you in that the three individuals';   e.g.;  Manning's,  Snowden's, and  Assange's actions and I believe motives were all different.   I also will admit that I don't think that we as a public know all of the facts surrounding at least Snowden's actions......I just find it hard to understand why Snowden would have bee-lined it to China and then Russia if his motives were strictly to aid his fellow countrymen.....
 
 


On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 4:14 PM, Bruce Majors <majors.bruce@gmail.com> wrote:
I disagree

Though I think Manning Assange and Snowden may not be identical situations

We would know nothing about the government killing civilians abroad and spying on Americans at home if everyone obeyed the mushy sewage of expanding non objective law Obama is creating

On Sunday, August 18, 2013, Keith In Tampa wrote:
I too am a big fan of Ron and Rand Paul.   Unlike Assange,  I am an American citizen,  and do not believe in treasonous actions against my homeland.   Unlike Rand and Ron Paul,  Assange is a treacherous bastard, and both Rand and Ron Paul, even though branding both Snowden and Assange the "Messenger" or a "civil disobediant"  I would surmise also believes that in the case of Snowden, he's a traitor.


On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 9:27 AM, Bruce Majors <majors.bruce@gmail.com> wrote:


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http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/08/julian-assange-backs-ron-and-rand-paul/


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Re: ABCNews.com: Julian Assange Backs Ron and Rand Paul

I disagree

Though I think Manning Assange and Snowden may not be identical situations

We would know nothing about the government killing civilians abroad and spying on Americans at home if everyone obeyed the mushy sewage of expanding non objective law Obama is creating

On Sunday, August 18, 2013, Keith In Tampa wrote:
I too am a big fan of Ron and Rand Paul.   Unlike Assange,  I am an American citizen,  and do not believe in treasonous actions against my homeland.   Unlike Rand and Ron Paul,  Assange is a treacherous bastard, and both Rand and Ron Paul, even though branding both Snowden and Assange the "Messenger" or a "civil disobediant"  I would surmise also believes that in the case of Snowden, he's a traitor.


On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 9:27 AM, Bruce Majors <majors.bruce@gmail.com> wrote:


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http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/08/julian-assange-backs-ron-and-rand-paul/


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