Tuesday, June 19, 2018

False Outrage...Separation of illegal aliens from their children

First and foremost...these parents are to blame not the citizens of the USA. They broke the law entering the United States of America illegally without permission, putting their children at risk from abuse by coyotes.

I am so tired of the looney left progressive congress as well as the RINO GOP, MSM et al wringing of hands , false tears and outright actors in a ridiculous soap opera not even worthy of a Tony award. 

Here is a simple solution which would save millions/billions and is fair and just :
The illegal entries can be adjudicated right on the border upon capture within 72 hrs ( by relocating immigration judges to the border crossing areas)...these are not complicated court cases...they crossed the border illegally were caught (Slam Dunk). Instead of separation of parent and child and  putting them in internment which is quite expensive... food,shelter,medical care,and supervision. 

It would be extremely cheaper to have use of Air National Guard as well as US Military transport aircraft at the ready to transport the parents and children back to their country of origin if they are not from Mexico...those who are can be walked back to the port of entry to Mexico. We could also bill the Mexican government for the cost of military transport being that they allowed non Mexican citizens to proceed north through Mexico in order to illegally enter the USA. 

Let's keep this short and simple and fair to all involved...congress needs to stop campaigning 24/7 365 days per year and take care of the peoples business...not special interests, their job security and auditionoing for a 2nd career as a B actor on future soap operas or MSM talking head contributors!

Friday, May 25, 2018

What POTUS needs to do to resolve the DOJ/FBI obstruction issue

It is simple really and within his authority to do...instead of firing Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein he should place them and any other DOJ/FBI officials he deems as being obstructionists on administrative leave with a court Gag order stipulating they cannot talk about anything job related while on administrative leave...with or without pay at his discretion. Appoint the DOJ /IG as acting AG since he seems to be the only one doing his job.
This will eliminate anyone from accusing the  POTUS of being a obstructionist...being that all police departments place employees on administrative leave while they are being investigated and or appeaar to be in conflict.
After the new AG complets his investigation...those on administrative leave can be reinstated or terminated...if just cause is found!

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Culture Australia Hit with Largest Mass Shooting Since 1996 Gun Confiscation

Australia Hit with Largest Mass Shooting Since 1996 Gun Confiscation

Australia is often cited by gun control advocates in America as an example of the sort of gun violence-free utopia they imagine our nation could become, if only we got rid of all of the guns.
They point to the restrictive gun control laws enacted in 1996 following a mass shooting in Port Arthur, Tasmania, when a gunman murdered 35 people and injured countless more.
Those gun control laws — which included confiscatory gun buybacks — banned the possession of most semi-automatic rifles and even pump-action shotguns, though some could still be possessed under certain circumstances and tight regulations and with explicit permission from the government.

The gun grabbers have often bragged that there haven’t been any mass shootings in Australia since those restrictive laws were put in place. That all changed on Friday after a suspected mass murder-suicide took place in the rural area of Osmington in the southwest corner of Western Australia that left seven people dead.
Australia’s 9NEWS reported that three adults and four children were found shot to death at a home early Friday morning. Police declined to confirm the identities of the victims, but they are believed to be the residents of the property.
Police found two firearms at the scene and are not currently searching for any suspects. They did however reveal that they had received a call earlier in the morning from a man “connected to the property” prior to the shooting, but declined to offer further details.

“‘Shocking’ is just about the only word. I feel sick to the stomach. That couldn’t happen here,” stated family friend and neighbor Felicity Haynes. “It’s just horrifying. They were good people. It’s not fair.”
Police Chief Commissioner Chris Dawson called the deaths a “horrific incident,” and stated, “The loss of any life is tragic but, four children and three adults, this is a significant tragedy.”

“It appears that gunshot wounds are there but I don’t want to go further than that as two firearms have been located at the scene,” he added. “We are trying to locate other members of the family and friends.”
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported that a mass shooting is defined in that nation as one in which there are five or more victims. The most recent incident which would qualify — belying the claims of no such events since the Port Arthur massacre — occurred in 2014 when a man killed himself and four members of his family in rural New South Wales.
But such events have always been relatively rare in the sparsely populated nation of 18 million people, and though there has been a decline in the frequency of such incidents over the past few decades, the efficacy of the gun control laws put into place after Port Arthur are certainly debatable.

“We have been lucky that all forms of gun-related deaths have reduced dramatically since we took that step of having less guns (following the gun bans in the wake of Port Arthur),” stated Glenn Greensmith, a mass shooting expert studying a PhD at Edith Cowan University. “But there are as many guns now in Australia as there were at the time of the Port Arthur massacre.”
The Post noted that while there haven’t been many mass shootings since the restrictive laws were put in place, regular gun-related homicide rates have remained roughly the same. Furthermore, they reported that a local Australian newspaper, The Age, had found in 2017 that other gun-related crimes had actually doubled in recent years in the city of Melbourne.

That media outlet noted that shootings occurred on a weekly basis and people with prior criminal convictions were being caught with illegal guns at an alarming rate — a basic fact of reality that gun rights proponents have long argued.
Rather than admit the fundamental flaw of gun control measures — criminals will always gain illicit access to firearms — that outlet called for even stricter laws to be implemented as well as another mandatory buy-back, or “gun amnesty,” as they termed it, this time with a focus on handguns 

The mass shooting incident in Australia was certainly tragic, but it also just goes to show that gun control laws will never work perfectly and there is no way to stop dangerous people from doing their worst with a firearm … which is why good people should be allowed to be armed for their own protection.
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