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The danger of false racial consciousness

For those who describe themselves as Identitarians, White advocates, or whatever the phrase of choice is, one of the most important questions of our time is this: When will White people wake up? The “wake up&quot…
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Crocodile Tears for the IRS

I can’t help but wonder whether the song made famous by The Grinch Who Stole Christmas should be the theme song for the Internal Revenue Service. After all, that bureaucracy is “as cuddly as a cactus” and “as charming as an eel.” And it appears that having “the tender sweetness of a seasick crocodile” is not […]

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DFL property tax relief, St. Cloud edition

Mark Sommerhauser’s article is additional proof that the DFL was full of BS when they said that taxing “the rich” would provide property tax relief to the middle class: St. Cloud school district has imposed its largest tax levy increase in six years for 2015. The district’s property-tax levy will increase by $3.3 million, or […]

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At some point patriotism needs to kick in and leaders need to actually lead!

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!Or, if that doesn’t HIT the spot, might I suggest The Obama Punching Bag instead?At some point one would have thought that partisan politics and the promise of a pension afte… . . . → Read More: At some point patriotism needs to kick in and leaders need to actually lead!

The Unknown Christ–4th Sunday in Advent 2014

Fourth Sunday in Advent—Rorate Coeli St. Peter Lutheran Church St. John 1:19-28 December 21, 2014 “The Unknown Christ” Iesu Iuva “Among you stands one you do not know…” John 1:26 1. We preach an unknown to the world.   The world is ready to receive great men.  That’s why the Jews from Jerusalem made overtures […]

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Video of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s protesters chanting for ‘dead cops’

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Piece of crap marchers were chanting for dead cops and yesterday, in NYC, they got their wish as two NYPD police officers were murdered execution-style as they sat in their car!

And NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio who has blood on his hands for the murder of two NYPD police officers met with these protesters as recently as Friday to discuss their ‘grievances’!

Mayor de Blasio is a prominent member of the group of race baiters that also includes President Barack Obama, US Attorney General Eric Holder and the Reverend Al Sharpton,

Mayor de Blasio held court on Friday with ringleaders of the city protests that have led to cop assaults and other mayhem — lending a sympathetic ear as they ticked off their demands.‘ (Source)

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Catholic Scot: Mary & the Birthdays of Jesus

Yes, dear reader, I’m coasting a bit, calling your attention to some great work being done by others. Like this post, which I love. Part of what I like here is that the author talks some about St. Joseph, Jesus’ foster father, and I think the most shortchanged of the saints. it takes quite a […]

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Saturday Night Cigar Lounge – Mike Miller, Gary Eaton, Jason Pye

By Taylor Millard Saturday Night Cigar Lounge was a fun show! In Hour One: Taylor goes off on a rant regarding protests and the NYPD killings. Also Mike Miller from The Right Mics here …read more Via:: Saturday Night Cigar Lounge – Mike Miller, Gary Eaton, Jason Pye       

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Band Of Brothers #NYPD Turn Backs on Communist Mayor

It is a tragedy that two officers lost their lives in an ambush today in NYC. The biggest tragedy of all is it could have been prevented if not for the politics of division that is practiced by their Mayor – he, along with Barack Hussein Obama, Eric Holder, andRead More

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2 NYPD officers shot and killed!

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!Or, if that doesn’t HIT the spot, might I suggest The Obama Punching Bag instead?There is blood on the hands of Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton and NYC Mayor Bill de B… . . . → Read More: 2 NYPD officers shot and killed!

‘Tis the Season…to be Thankful for an “Unproductive” Congress

Two years ago, I jumped on USA Today for stating that the 112th Congress was the “least productive” since the end of World War II. My argument was very straightforward. It’s better to have no legislation than bad legislation. Here’s some of what I wrote about USA Today’s hypothesis. …it does blindly assume that it […]

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Rand Paul vs. Rand Paul

Allahpundit’s post about Rand Paul is a fascinating read, though I have a slight difference of opinion with him. Here’s what he wrote that I disagree with: When I tweeted out my surprise a few hours ago, a dozen people tweeted back, “Maybe Paul’s just saying what he really believes.” No doubt. But the thing […]

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The Man Comes Around

A friend of mine tweeted this yesterday, it is incredibly powerful. Johnny Cash – The Man Comes Around: http://t.co/vduOscZfKA — Siobhan Hoffmann (@SiobhanHoffmann) December 19, 2014 Thanks, Siobhan

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Sad divorce follow-up to the Bill being Bill photo! (Photos)

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White House Says Courts have NO Power to Review Obama’s Decision-Making

White House Says Courts have NO Power to Review Obama’s Decision-Making

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THE FIVERS

It is perhaps a happy sign that enough people have become active in the movement to organize an Article V amendatory constitutional convention to generate disputes among them.
Perhaps a better word is quarrels. What I am seeing is the kind of personal, accusatory bickering that characterizes much of ‘politics as usual.’
It’s too bad. All of the reformers – they call themselves ‘fivers’ – ought to be working together. The task is hard enough if pursued with unity. It is impossible if we are divided.
Certainly there is a root problem imbedded in the very nature of a convention. The problem is as old and as real as the nation itself: it is not red states against blue states or Republican versus Democrat. Not really, although it feels that way.
The difficulty is that the United States consists of fifty sovereign entities of vastly different size. The ten largest states host over half of the nation’s 308 million people. At the same time, the constitution is amended by a ratification of three quarters of the states. It follows that it is technically possible to amend he constitution with a combination of states having less than half of the people.
I say ‘technically’ because as a practical matter in these days of mega networking, social media, and the ubiquitous face of television, it is quite impossible to convince the people of the small states of reforms that the people in large states oppose.
In short, it should be obvious to anyone that no amendment will be ratified which does not represent the consensus of the American people, and the convention must reflect that fact in its rules.
Ah yes, the rules of the convention. Who makes them? There seem to be three points of view on this subject. Some say Congress will make the rules. After all, the Constitution says that Congress calls the convention, so why doesn’t the ‘caller’ spell out the rules?
The answer is obvious. The Article V convention was put in the Constitution to provide a way for the states to rein in an overbearing federal government. To permit the Congress to make convention rules would be to put the fox in charge of the hen house.
It would take no stretch of the imagination to suppose that the Congress would direct that the convention consist of 545 delegates; one chosen by each member of Congress, one by each Justice of the Supreme Court and one by the President.  Hardly a recipe for reform.
A second group insists that the State legislatures should make the rules. These are folks who see an Article V convention as a convention of the States, represented by their respective legislatures. They see the convention being organized in pretty much the same fashion as Congress and the State Legislatures themselves are organized.
And how is that done? Quite simply, along party lines. Majority and minority. One side of the aisle or the other. Winner take all, State by State.
The trouble with that approach is that it can end up like Bush v Gore, with the winner getting less than a majority of the popular vote. We managed to avert a crisis in 2000 when the Supreme Court ignored the constitution and decided the election, but that impromptu approach wouldn’t work for a constitutional amendment.
No sir, the only sensible approach is the third way; let the convention make it’s own rules, but first make sure that every community in America is represented.  There are millions of Republicans in New York and scads of Democrats in Texas. A convention must hear from all the people. It must allow all the ideas to be explored, all the arguments to be made.
The convention must not be bi-partisan. It must be non-partisan. There is a huge difference. Delegates must be chosen for who they are, not for the team they play on. Brand name politics are a major cause of our dysfunctional government.
Let’s be done with name calling and impugning motives to every argument. If we listen to each other and glean the kernel of truth in every thing that is said, we might just make some real progress.

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Sony needed a Federal guarantee to release ‘The Interview’

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The Political Commentator 2014-12-19 21:30:00

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Joe Biden To Ayaan Hirsi Ali: “Let me tell you one or two things about Islam.”

Author and speaker Ayaan Hirsi Ali is an outspoken advocate for freedom, a champion of women’s rights in Islam, and a perceptive critic of Islamism and Salafist Islam.

You might recall that she was supposed to receive an honorary degree from Brandeis University earlier this year but was ‘disinvited’ when Muslim Brotherhood fronts like CAIR and the Muslim Student’s Association pressured the university to caving in, a fairly hypocritical decision in view of some of the other people they’ve awarded these degrees to.

In a recent interview with the Washington Examiner, she explained that many westerners have no clue what goes on in many Islamic countries, and why she thought the Left was so protective of Islamist extremists:

“They feel all religions are the same, and they’re not,” she observed. “I think if I adopt the position in good faith to multiculturalists and leftists, I would say [they take the position they do] because they see them [Muslims] as victims. They see them as victims of the white man and so they think: ‘Let’s protect them from the white man. Let’s protect them from capitalism.’… That is misguided at best and malicious at worst.”

“Wherever [Islamists] gain power, you see exactly what they do: The first thing they do is they chase women out of the public space, force them to cover up, beat them up, rape them, sell them into slavery,” Hirsi Ali said.

She also revealed an amusing encounter with the man who’s just a heartbeat away from the White House, our current vice president Joe Biden: Hirsi Ali recalled meeting Vice President Joe Biden at a Washington event. He informed her that “ISIS had nothing to do with Islam.” When she disagreed with him, Biden actually responded: “Let me tell you one or two things about Islam.”

“I politely left the conversation at that,” Hirsi Ali said. “I wasn’t used to arguing with vice presidents.”

Our vice president has attempting to school someone on Islam who was raised a devout Muslim,lived in 3 Islamic countries,endured female genital mutilation when she was only 5, was a member of the female auxiliary of the Muslim Brotherhood and fled to the West to avoid a forced arranged marriage.

Anyone think she might know just a tiny bit more about Islam and radical Islam than Joe Biden?

This one’s even funnier than his remark during the ’08 vice presidential debates insisting that the U.S. had kicked Hezbollah out of Lebanon.

This would be even funnier except for the fact that Joe Biden,who spent his life on the Senate foreign affairs committee actually thinks he’s an authority on these matters…

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Milbank’s foolishness exposed

Dana Milbank’s article highlights the Left’s lack of intellectual gravitas. Rubio’s emotional, and at times inaccurate, response to the policy change shows why Obama’s move to normalize ties to Cuba after more than half a century is both good policy and good politics. It’s good policy because it jettisons a vestigial policy that has stopped […]

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  • THE FIVERS: It is perhaps a happy sign that enough people have become active in the movement to organize an Arti...
    A CALL TO ACTION: Article V of the United States Constitution says that if two thirds of the State Legislatures apply,...
    A CALL TO ACTION: Article V of the United States Constitution says that if two thirds of the State Legislatures apply,...
    Eric Garner: Killed Because of Cigarette Taxes?: My thoughts on Ferguson/Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Was it excessive force? Who should be blamed?
    FERGUSON RIOTS: Last night, they burned the town. Thousands of people milled around in downtown Ferguson, Missouri.