Saturday, December 8, 2012

Irans President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gets the Bird...!

Now this young lady has a pair of balls that makes John Boehner look like a tweety bird...LOL

Gotta give this young lady the 'Full Metal Jacket' Award:
Hit it Boys>

Despite Tax Increase, California State Revenues In Freefall

Californiamap SC Despite Tax Increase, California State Revenues in Freefall
California State Controller John Chiang has announced that total state revenue for the month of November 2012 fell $806.8 million, or 10.8%, below budget.
Democrats thought they could hammer “the rich” by convincing voters to pass Proposition 30 to create the highest state income tax in the nation. But it now appears that high income earners have already “voted with their feet” by moving themselves and their businesses out of state, resulting in over $1 billion shortfall in corporate and income taxes last month and the beginning of a new financial crisis.

Passage of Proposition 30 set off euphoria and expectations of higher spending for public employees. The California Teachers’ Association (CTA) trumpeted: ”California students and working families won a clear victory today as voters clearly demonstrated their willingness to invest in our public schools and colleges and also rejected a deceptive ballot measure aimed at silencing educators, other workers and their unions.”
State bureaucrats immediately ramped up deficit spending far beyond the state’s $6 billion annual tax increase, with the Departments of Health Services and Developmental Servicesincreasing this month’s spending by over $1 billion versus last year. The lower tax collection and higher spending drove the State’s deficit after the tax increase to $2.7 billion for the first 5 months of this fiscal year. State Controller John Chiang reported: November’s disappointing revenues stand in stark contrast to recent news that California is leading the nation in job growth, has significantly improved its cash liquidity to pay bills, and even long-distressed home values are starting to inch upward… This serves as a sobering reminder that, while the economy is expanding, it is doing so at a slow and uneven pace that will require the State to exercise care and discipline in how its fiscal affairs are managed in the coming year.
Read more at By Chriss W. Street.

The Good Virgin’s Birther Case

Obama birth certificate SC The good virgin’s birther case
No, I’m not writing about a sequel to the Steve Carell comedy flick “The 40 Year Old Virgin,” or about the even more low-class holiday issue of Playboy magazine. Believe it or not, this column is about a case I filed in Montgomery, Ala., over the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama, which was just decided at the lower circuit court level by the Honorable Eugene W. Reese, a liberal Democrat judge. The way this suit was handled by the court is not funny. It is symptomatic not just of the way the judiciary has thus far tried to dodge and deep-six the seriousness of Obama’s ineligibility to be president, but the current state of our highly politicized judiciary in general.

Our complaint, filed on behalf of presidential candidate Virgil H. Goode Jr. and Alabama citizen Hugh McInnish, seeking to force Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman to verify that Obama was eligible to be placed on the state’s presidential ballot – after she told our clients that she would not – was filed Oct. 12, 2012, with enough time for the court to rule that the state had an affirmative duty to determine – given the sworn affidavits from Sheriff Joe Arpaio, his investigator Mike Zullo and renowned investigative reporter and author Jerome Corsi – whether or not Obama is a natural born citizen as is required by the U.S. Constitution. As set forth under oath in these affidavits, there is credible evidence, which was incorporated into the complaint and a simultaneously filed motion for summary judgment, that Obama’s claimed long-form birth certificate, produced by the White House years after the issue of his place of birth was first raised by none other than his 2008 presidential primary opponent Hillary Clinton, is altered, forged and fraudulent. Thus, Judge Reese had plenty of time before the Nov. 6 presidential election to order the Alabama secretary of state to do her job and fulfill her oath of office under not just the Alabama Constitution but the U.S. Constitution. Indeed, while Alabama statutes are silent about this, analogous law in most states requires that election and ballot challenges are to be given expedited treatment, for obvious reasons.

Under Alabama law, it is clear that the secretary of state has an affirmative duty to verify the eligibility of those seeking office. An Alabama attorney general’s opinion provides, “If the Secretary of State has knowledge gained from an official source arising from the performance of duties prescribed by law, that a candidate has not met a certifying qualification … the Secretary of State should not certify the candidate” [Attorney General's Opinion No. 1998-200]. The attorney general’s opinion is not binding case precedent. Nevertheless, it constitutes an admission by Alabama’s chief law-enforcement officer on behalf of the state that if the secretary of state has knowledge gained from an official source about a candidate’s eligibility, then she “should not” certify the candidate. This should have proven very persuasive before Judge Reese.

Certainly investigative findings that Obama’s birth certificate is likely altered, forged and fraudulent, contained in the sworn affidavits of Sheriff Arpaio and his investigators, come from an official government source. Thus, Secretary of State Beth Chapman had an affirmative duty to determine Obama’s eligibility to be president. It did not take rocket science, therefore, for Judge Reese, given the attorney’s general’s opinion, to order that this be done quickly, before the Nov. 6 presidential election.
Read more at World Net Daily. By Larry Klayman.
Photo credit: aaron_anderer (Creative Commons)

Video: BREAKING! Sheriff Arpaio – FULL STEAM AHEAD With BHO Investigation!!

At least we have a local Sheriff who has cahunas'...and will not blink under pressure:

John Boehner Leads Republicans Into Political Little Big Horn

 Oped: Addendum: This posting is from last year...and nothing has changed...Speaker Boehner continued the Dog and Pony show as usual which once again ended in defeat for the Republican Party. From this date forward I say to the Republican Party do not waste your time and effort telemarketing,e-mailing or snail mail asking this Conservative Independent for campaign or special projects donations...I will file 13 snail mail,delete e-mail and hang up on telephone calls. I will no longer throw good hard earned money after bad wasted effort money.

There are but a few in the Republican Party that I will on occasion send what I can spare and they know who they are...the rest I say to you...'No way Jose'...take a hike and pay for your own damn election...after all it is about you and not 'We the People' Y'all have made that very ask for money to fight the good fight or to help for your reelection campaign to do the peoples work...then after the election you go on your merry way taking care of yourself and significant other and thumb your nose at those who elected you.

I suggest all Tea Party members or supporters which are made up of Blue Dog Democrats,Conservative Republicans and Conservative Independents do the same!

In June of 1876, near Montana’s Little Big Horn River, five of the Seventh Cavalry’s companies were annihilated with 268 dead.  Lt. Colonel Custer, their leader, was also killed, all at the hands of the Lakota Sioux, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho Tribes of America’s Great Plains. The Battle of Little Big Horn has been deemed one of the greatest battlefield blunders by an American Commander.
Speaker of the House John Boehner, the highest elected leader of the Republican Party, is headed for a similar annihilation at the hands of Barack Obama. It is a battle brought about by Boehner’s earlier unwillingness to fight a determined and deadly foe. Now John Boehner’s failed leadership may mortally wound the modern Republican Party.

How did we get here? John Boehner, at nearly every critical juncture, has raised the white flag of capitulation.
The first capitulation was not fighting for a permanent extension of the Bush Tax Cuts in 2010. At that time, the Republicans had their greatest political leverage. They had just recaptured the US House and made huge gains in the US Senate. Obama was saddled with 10 percent unemployment and the prospects of an even greater economic downturn if he refused the Republican’s offer. Instead of going for a permanent fix, he accepted an Obama “compromise” of a two year extension.

Speaker Boehner blinked, as he bragged to the Washington Post that the bill was “a good first step.”  It was a good first step toward Obama’s reelection and the defeat of the Republican agenda. This year, after Romney losing and losses of Republican numbers in the House of Representatives, Obama has virtually no incentive to again compromise on tax cuts. He never has to run for re-election again.
The second great capitulation to Obama came in the battle over the debt ceiling. If the Congress had refused to give Obama a blank check of continued spending, we wouldn’t face the fiscal cliff now. By timing the spending cuts/automatic sequestration with the Bush Tax cuts renewal, he single-handedly assured the tax cuts likely wouldn’t be extended.
House Republicans, riding the Tea Party movement, should have refused to increase the debt ceiling. Instead, we now have trillions more in debt, and America’s credit has been downgraded.
Liberals are giddy at the prospects of billions in increased tax revenue and dramatic cuts in discretionary defense spending.  Boehner didn’t even have the foresight to tie entitlement reform to the fiscal cliff.
So now he faces a Little Big Horn of his own making. Taxes will go up, and spending will be cut. And it’s likely Boehner and the Republicans will take all of the blame for the new recession that inevitably will result.

Boehner’s leadership has been so pathetic he hasn’t even attempted to defund Obamacare.
We are sick and tired of Boehner’s cowardice and Republican betrayals. It is time for Boehner to go. The so-called “Republican Leadership” is the problem.
It only took John Boehner a few hours after the Obama’s reelection to proclaim that he was ready to capitulate once more.
Marching in front of the television cameras the next morning, he said, in no uncertain terms, that he was ready, willing, and able to wave the flag of surrender without firing a shot: “Mr. President, this is your moment,” he said. “We want you to lead. Let’s find the common ground that has eluded us.”
Hours later, Barack Obama marched in front of the television cameras as well with a message of his own, a message he has already delivered far too many times: I’m moving hard to the left. I’m going to bring the United States to its knees, and if Republicans cooperate… that’s ‘compromise.’
That’s not leadership, Mr. Boehner, and you’re no leader.  When are you going to learn that you’ll never find “common ground” with this man?  When are you going to realize that Barack Obama doesn’t care that you want him “to lead?” Obama has come to fundamentally change the country.

Drifting Towards World War 3

On the Friday, December 7 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex runs down developing news stories, including moves against Syria as the USS Eisenhower arrives in the waters off the besieged Middle Eastern nation. It now looks certain Western-Arab military intervention against the Assad regime is due to begin shortly with the participation of the U.S., France, Britain, Turkey, Jordan and other anti-Assad Arab nations.


Sorry MSM et al...this will not go away!

Choir Director Murdered To Conceal Obama's Homosexuality/Drug Use?

Sorry MSM et al...this will not go away! 

Friday, December 7, 2012

Egypt's post-Mubarak consensus is breaking

Yesterday, tens of thousands of anti-Muslim Brotherhood protesters swept up to the gates of the presidential palace in Cairo, furious about a proposed Constitution that was written with limited, if any, input from the revolutionary political groups that spearheaded the protests that drove Hosni Mubarak from power in Feb. 2011.
The protests prompted a hasty retreat through a back gate by President Mohamed Morsi, as angry protesters shouted the same slogans against him that swept him to power in June. Riot police had to hold back the protesters.
Today, came the inevitable show of street power from the Muslim Brotherhood, whose leaders insist they're defending a democratically elected president from an undemocratic mob.
Brothers were out in force in Cairo today, clashing with President Morsi's opponents and helping to secure the area around the palace, where Morsi returned to work today.

Crisis averted? No.
Egypt's sputtering transition from a military-backed, secular dictatorship to, well, something else, has now hit its rockiest point in the nearly two years since it began. Morsi's spokesman and backers have not offered any specific compromise. His Vice President Mahmoud Makki today addressed the nation, saying a referendum scheduled for Dec. 15 will move forward. Gehad el-Haddad, a senior adviser for the Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood's political wing, summarized Mr. Makki's remarks as "No moving of Referendum date, no cancellation of Constitutional Declaration. Crowds do not dictate course of country, elected bodies do."
If the Brother's stick to their guns, the protesters have little in the way of political alternatives but more protests, or giving in. That too seems unlikely, with fundamental questions at stake about the future of Egyptian society and surging distrust of Morsi and his movement. Politics conducted through shows of street power is always dangerously messy, and the stage is being set for a politically and economically paralyzing period of political confrontation, with the risk of real violence.
Michael Hanna at The Century Foundation is worried, and fears that Morsi has been emboldened by his successful role in brokering a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel last month. 

"If approved in a hastily called referendum, that slipshod [constitution] will bound Egypt's political future and institutionalize its crisis. With a significant portion of the country's judges declaring a strike in response to Morsy's declaration and dueling protesters mobilizing on opposing sides, Egypt's flawed transition now risks tipping into outright civil strife and prolonged instability," he writes. "Rather than using his burnished reputation as a regional leader to forge a more consensual and stable transition back home, Morsy capitalized on the favorable international political climate by making an untenable and unjustifiable power grab that has plunged Egypt into crisis."
The US has been largely passive in the face of these moves, wary that too much criticism of Morsi could jeopardize his commitment, so far, to maintaining Egypt's peace treaty with Israel, as was demonstrated by the role he played in securing a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip last month, when it appeared an Israeli invasion of Gaza was imminent.
"The upheaval we are seeing now once again in the streets of Cairo and other cities indicates that dialogue is urgently needed," Ms. Clinton told reporters in Brussels. Clinton asked for "respectful exchanges of views and concerns among Egyptians themselves about the constitutional process and the substance of the constitution." 

Dialogue? Morsi gave himself sweeping powers by decree last month, and used them to rush through the draft constitution he now wants put to a national referendum ten days from now. The draft was hastily finished in an all night session of a committee almost devoid of Egypt's secular political forces, and has raised fears that fundamental rights to free speech will be compromised in the new Egypt, as they were in the old, and that Islamic law will play an ever-larger role in Egyptian governance.
What's more, if the referendum doesn't pass, Egyptians will be left with Morsi holding executive and legislative power and insisting the courts have little remit to review his decisions. That's a beggar's choice for his political opponents, and no recipe for national consensus on the rules of the game.
And events in Cairo today have been about as far from a "respectful exchanges of views" as could be imagined, with Muslim Brotherhood protesters tearing down the makeshift tents of protesters attempting a sit-in near the presidential palace and engaging in rock throwing volleys with less organized secular-leaning protesters. 

Street confrontations at the end of Mubarak's rule were generally between government security protesters and police, with one of the notable exceptions coming on Feb. 2, 2011, when leaders of Mubarak's then-ruling National Democratic Party organized an attack on protesters at Tahrir Square. Armed thugs, a few bizarrely riding camels and horses, charged into Tahrir, touching off a globally-televised melee that ended with 11 people dead.
The ruins of that battle, which saw the sympathies of millions of Egyptians shift towards the young protesters, marked the end of whatever hope Mubarak had of clinging to power. The crowds in Cairo, Alexandria, and other Egyptian cities swelled to unmanageable numbers all unified by a singular demand: "Mubarak, go!" The Muslim Brotherhood, cautious as ever, finally joined the protests in force. The military, which governed Egypt from the time Mubarak stepped down until Morsi's election this June, began publicly lining up behind the "legitimacy" of popular demands.
On Feb. 11, Mubarak was gone. 

Today, the secular revolutionaries are comparing the clashes to the "Camel Battle" on social media. Reports from the streets of Cairo have protesters expressing optimism that the general public will react, much as they did in early 2011. But what's happening now is a face-off between two groups of civilians with different ideologies, not the Egyptian people and military as "one hand" against the regime.
Reporters on the ground say the Brotherhood's numbers on the streets today are greater than their opponents, and President Morsi remains the only popularly elected political figure in the country. But while his support is intense, it isn't meaningful. In the run-off round of the presidential election, he defeated Mubarak loyalist and former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq by 13.2 million votes to 12.3 million.
That a former air force chief of staff who went on to serve in Mubarak's cabinet for eight years came so close to victory was a clear sign that the Brother's did not have a mandate for the Islamicization of Egyptian politics the group has craved since it was founded in 1928. 

What stood for a political consensus for post-Mubarak Egypt, with all sides promising greater freedoms and a national healing after Mubarak's almost 30 years of at times brutal rule, has now been fractured. Whether Morsi has the will, or interest, in trying to put it back together again is the key question that now confronts Egypt.

Egypt's anti-Morsi protests spread beyond Cairo

Egypt's angry political divide is evident well outside of Cairo, with protests erupting against President Mohamed Morsi in Alexandria, along the Suez Canal, and in the Nile Delta.

Violence erupting in the capital between supporters of President Mohamed Morsi and his political opposition is being mirrored outside of Cairo, revealing the extent of divisions across the country as the political crisis over a proposed new constitution continued to spiral today.
Clashes between pro- and anti-Morsi demonstrators broke out in Suez, the port city at one end of the famed canal of the same name, and in the industrial Nile Delta city of Mahalla Wednesday night. In Ismailia, near Suez, protesters stormed the Muslim Brotherhood office, the state-run Middle East News Agency reported. Similar attacks on Brotherhood offices were reported in smaller towns across the country. 

In Alexandria, Muslim Brotherhood figure Sobhi Saleh was attacked by opponents of Mr. Morsi, landing the politician in an intensive care unit, the Brotherhood said on its website.
Though troops were mobilized in Cairo and other cities today after Wednesday's clashes and the situation was calmer, the simmering hostility of Egypt's political divide remains perilously close to boiling over. The day was spent waiting to see how Morsi would shape his next steps. This evening, he addressed the nation, and the response of political activists was one of fury and disappointment. Morsi spoke of the crimes of protesters and of "black money" being used to bribe them to undermine the state, but offered little in way of concessions over a draft constitution he hopes to put to a national referendum on Dec. 15.
“Things will get out of control unless the president tries to break this vicious cycle and reaches out for the other camp and tries to reach a compromise,” said Mazen Hassan, a political science lecturer at Cairo University, shortly before Morsi's address. “Basically what happened yesterday somehow changed the whole scene and… things can slip away very easily.” 

If Mr. Hassan is right, Egypt has a dangerous few days ahead of it, since Morsi's speech appeared to double down on his commitment to the draft constitution. Egyptian activists were darkly warning that the tone of his speech was straight out of the Mubarak era, and that they expected imminent arrests of political figures as his next step. There did appear to be one concession in his speech: A revocation of a decree that removed him and the constitutional committee, packed with Islamists who drafted the document, from judicial oversight, if the constitution failed to be approved.
“[Morsi] is setting us up for another dictatorship and taking control of all powers by himself without taking anyone’s opinion on this constitution,” says Esma El-Hagrassi, an accountant who protested Wednesday in front of the Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party office in Zagazig, another city in the Nile Delta. “He’s just a leader of a group of people with beards."
But if the referendum is held on Dec. 15, it may well pass, leaving Egypt with a constitution rejected by a sizable proportion of the nation. Ms. El-Hagrassi says she is a minority in the city, where many people – as in other rural parts of Egypt – support the Muslim Brotherhood. “But recently we have been hearing people protesting against the Brotherhood in the streets,” she says.
On Thursday, clashes between security forces and protesters erupted near Morsi’s home in Zagazig (until recently he was on the engineering faculty at the university there), and 20 people were hospitalized due to tear-gas inhalation, local press reported. 

“People who support Morsi outside Cairo are much [greater in number] than people against him,” says Ahmed Roushid, an engineer and member of the Brotherhood’s political party. A resident of Mansoura, north of Cairo, Mr. Roushid echoes many Morsi supporters when he says they comprise Egypt’s majority. The Muslim Brotherhood's backers have praised Morsi’s decree as a key to moving toward stability and protecting democracy.
In parliamentary elections earlier this year (a judicial ruling later dissolved parliament), Islamists won almost 75 percent of the seats, gaining much of their support from rural regions where people are generally more religiously and socially conservative than those in the cities. People in rural areas comprise more than 78 percent of Egypt’s poor, the World Bank says, and there is great desire for stability.
“Most Egyptians, not only outside Cairo but also inside Cairo, don’t care about anything but living in a quiet country, having a sort of stability, and their daily income is the first priority for them,” Mr. Roushid says. That desire for an end to turmoil could lead many to vote "yes" in the upcoming referendum. 

While some pro-Morsi demonstrators have rallied outside Cairo, protests in rural areas against Morsi and his constitutional decree have been staged by a relative minority who are eager to show they can speak against the president, says Hassan at Cairo University. They typically choose places that draw attention although protests have been small in size compared to those in Cairo.
Even so, the fact that some protests are taking place is indicative of how things have grown worse and the nation is really split in this period, he says. “This means divisions are getting deeper and deeper and the polarization that this country is going through is basically unprecedented as I can see it."
The January and February 2011 revolution against Mubarak reached its breaking point when protests erupted outside the capital, and there is fear that this might happen again, Hassan says. The current extent of unrest, however, does not compare to the 18 days that ended Mubarak's nearly 30 years in power. 

Many Egyptians in and outside Cairo are finding it difficult to make a living alongside unrest that has come in waves since early 2011. That is the case for some in Aswan, a sleepy city in Upper Egypt that like Luxor – home to Valley of the Kings – relies on the tourism industry.
“It’s almost dead since the revolution started, and things are going from bad to worse,” says Hassan Abdel Rahim, a tour guide in Aswan, on the Nile River. “The latest clashes killed the season as it was about to start. I have heard about so many reservations being cancelled.”
But even Aswan saw a small protest on Wednesday evening and groups are planning for a larger demonstration on Friday.
“Aswan is an extension of Tahrir Square,” says Ashraf Mekkawi, the local head of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party, a liberal group. “We feel we have lots of people who are having the same feelings or ideas against the regime and sympathize with us.”
Further north and in Egypt’s east, the lower half of the Sinai Peninsula hosts a slew of vacation resorts in Sharm El Sheikh and elsewhere along the Red Sea coast. Here some are also struggling from unrest that hinders business. 

“I just want tourism to come back and things to keep calm,” says Bedouin Mohammad Hassein, who doesn’t support any of the protesters.
Bedouin here complain of being disregarded in political decisions. Some considered having protests, says Sheikh Sleiman El-Sakhan, a community leader in Nuweiba. “But what is the benefit?” he asks. “We are too far removed from politics so we won’t get anything out of this. People in North and South Sinai… are just waiting for their own daily income.”
“It’s as if we don’t exist on the map,” he added.

Dispatch from Cairo: How Egypt's revolution turned on itself

An escalating conflict is threatening to turn a nasty parliamentary debate into something more akin to a civil war
CAIRO, EGYPT — Tensions that have been steadily brewing between secularists and Islamists exploded on Wednesday in Heliopolis, an upscale suburb of Cairo near the presidential palace.
A few dozen secularists were camped out in front of the palace, hoping to put pressure on the Islamist president, when thousands of Islamists tore down their tents and chased them away.  

The secularists returned in force, armed to the teeth with petrol bombs, truncheons, knives, and a few guns. The Islamists were anticipating this, and had a similar array of armaments. They seemed eager for a fight.
While police using tear gas were able to move the violence off major avenues, the intense fighting moved into side streets, where police made no effort of any kind to intervene. The conflict lasted late into the night. So far, at least 6 people have been confirmed dead, and 450 were seriously wounded.
Sadly, this is just the latest battle in an escalating conflict that is threatening to turn a nasty parliamentary debate into something more akin to a civil war.
As it stands now, both sides have made it clear that they would rather enter another round of deadly street battles than engage in any sort of political dialogue. It hasn't always been this way.
As little as a year ago, the leftist youth movement and the Muslim Brotherhood, both of which make up the core of their respective factions, were allied against their common enemies in the police, army, and other remnants of the old Mubarak regime. They stood side by side in Tahrir Square against military rule, and fought and died together as the old guard enacted one brutal crackdown after another. 

However, this all changed after the first free elections put the Muslim Brotherhood in firm control. The leftists were disturbed by the Brotherhood's growing ties with more radical Islamists and their disinterest in consensus politics. The widespread belief in the leftist camp is that the Brotherhood used trickery and bribery to steal the election, and is now in the process of setting up a theocratic, authoritarian regime.
The Islamists, for their part, see the secularists as sore losers who are completely out of step with mainstream Egyptian sentiment and increasingly willing to subvert democracy and ally themselves with former regime officials to push their agenda.
The conflict has quickly escalated, both in parliament and on the streets, leaving young people on both sides dead — and badly needed political progress stalled. 
I was in Heliopolis during the violence, and was able to spend time running around with both Islamist and secularist fighters. 

Leftists advance behind a shield wall in Cairo on Dec. 5.
Photo Courtesy Jacob Lippincott
What disturbed me most was the intense loathing these former allies clearly have for one another. This was not a case of angry young men at the fringes of each movement awkwardly lashing out at one another. Instead, it was a well-organized, concerted effort on the part of both movements to dominate the other side using brutal violence.
Behind the Islamist lines, old men in blazers and button-down shirts, who looked like they would have been more at home smoking shisha in a cafe then fighting street battles, vigorously broke paving stones into smaller, more throwable pieces to be used by their younger comrades at the front lines.
In secularist territory, pretty young women in stylish hijabs collected stones and made molotov cocktails for their men while hurling obscene insults at the Islamists. 
Young men and boys scaled the balconies of other people's apartments to throw petrol bombs directly onto the heads of kids their own age, all the while screaming out the names of friends slain in previous battles, as if causing more young deaths was the best way to honor them.
Both sides brought guns and bombs to the showdown, and both sides seemed equally interested in killing and dying. However, it was an incident behind the Islamist lines that disturbed me most.
Around 9 p.m. on Wednesday night, I saw Islamists take a small intersection that leftists had previously occupied. Some of the younger leftist fighters were not able to get away and were seized by their enemies, who beat and dragged them toward the center of Islamist territory. The boys were barely conscious and bleeding from head wounds. They were soon surrounded by men twice and three times their age, who began beating them with sticks, stones, and their bare hands.
To their credit, a small number of Islamists began trying to form a human shield around the boys, shouting "Hallas!" (enough!) I couldn't help myself and ran to try and protect a boy of about 14. However, I didn't do any good, and we were all pushed aside by a mob of wild-eyed middle-aged men, too afraid to actually stand on the front lines, but still extremely eager to take part in the bloodletting.
As I watched the boys being dragged off and beaten, I had two immediate thoughts. First, I badly needed to get back to the safety of my apartment. And second, Egypt is in serious trouble. 

After Wednesday night's violence, both sides have more martyrs to be avenged, martyrs who died not at the hands of the police or military, but who were killed by fellow civilian activists.
The struggle between the state and revolutionaries has now been replaced by a bitter partisan battle. The revolutionary movement is tearing itself apart. It's hard to not be worried about what the future will bring, and there is a creeping realization here in Egypt that the worst very well could be yet to come.
Jake Lippincott earned a degree in Middle Eastern Studies at Hampshire College. He worked in Tunis during the popular uprising there, and is now based in Cairo.

Russia arms Syria with powerful ballistic missiles

by Reza Kahlili 

The superior Iskander can travel at hypersonic speed of over 1.3 miles per second (Mach 6-7) and has a range of over 280 miles with pinpoint accuracy of destroying targets with its 1,500-pound warhead, a nightmare for any missile defense system.
According to Mashregh, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard media outlet, Russia had warned Turkey not to escalate the situation, but with Turkey’s request for Patriot missiles, it delivered its first shipment of Iskanders to Syria.
Reporting today, Mashregh said the handover occurred when Russian naval logistic vessels docked at Tartus in Syria.
The Iskandar is a surface-to-surface missile that no missile defense system can trace or destroy, Mashregh said. Russia had earlier threatened that should America put its missile defense system in Poland, it would retaliate by placing its Iskander missiles at Kaliningrad, its Baltic Sea port.
Russia’s delivery of Iskanders to Bashar Assad’s embattled regime clearly shows that the security and stability of Syria remains Russia’s red line, Mashregh said. It is unknown how many of these missiles have been delivered but the numbers given are sufficient to destroy any Patriot missiles in Turkey, it said.

Blasphemy case creates turmoil in 'moderate' Algeria

by Michael Carl 

An Algerian Christian sentenced to five years in jail for sharing his faith is still waiting to learn if he will have to serve the time.
That’s because the appeals court judge in the Algerian city of Oran has decided to delay a decision of whether to overturn the conviction given to Karim Siaghi, also known as Siaghi Krimo.
Krimo was sentenced in 2011 to five years in jail and fined about $2,500 after being accused by a Muslim shopkeeper of handing a Christian CD to a man on the street.
In a press statement, Christian human rights group Open Doors says Krimo was charged with blasphemy for simply not “sounding like a Muslim” during a conversation with a shop keeper.
“Authorities arrested Siaghi in April 2011 after he purportedly gave a CD about Christianity to a Muslim. Siaghi had gone to a phone shop to buy airtime minutes for his mobile phone, and the merchant there initiated a conversation on religion,” Open Doors said.
“Unhappy with Siaghi’s non-Muslim answers, the merchant tried to force him to pay homage to the prophet and to recite the Muslim shahada that says there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet,” the Open Doors statement said.

Valerie Jarrett..."there is going to be hell to pay"

Valerie Jarrett should be immediately arrested for sedition..Obama,Holder and Hillary Clinton should be Impeached,arrested and prosecuted for sedition ans well as Treason!

Bill O'Reilly on 'Holiday Tree' - The Tonight Show With Jay Leno

Bill O'Reilly has an opinion of Rhode Island's 'holiday tree.'

Exclusive w/Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Investigating Obama's Records, Part 2

Sheriff Joe Arpaio talks to PolitiChick Ann-Marie Murrell about the media block regarding his investigation into President Obama's records. Part 2 of 2.

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Muslims to Hold Conference at Episcopal Church in California

All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena CA

All Saints Episcopal Church is an Episcopal church in Pasadena, California. It is widely claimed to be one of Southern California's largest and most liberal churches, and is the largest Episcopal parish west of the Mississippi. All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena CA (C60_2723_4_5_pnt-LR)
OpEd: Jack
Just wondering if the All Saints Church will be invited to speak at the Islamic Center of Southern California (ICSC)..Not hardly after all it would be a afront to Islam and Mohammad


Every church that I have belonged to, had strict standards for anyone wishing to use the church facilities for any type of function.  The person or organization had to be Christian and believe in the Bible and Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.  At one church, I served as chairman of the board of deacons and we turned down several requests from outside groups because their religious views were not in keeping with our church’s standards.
However, many churches are not that caring about their standards and in fact many liberal churches these days don’t even have any standards.
A group founded by followers of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Muslim Public Affairs Council just announced that they had decided to hold their 12 Annual Convention at the All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, California.  The choice was made in their attempt to ‘cross interfaith lines.’

Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) was spawned by the Islamic Center of Southern California (ICSC) which has been involved in an interfaith outreach program for several years now.  They claim that their goal is to educate other religions, Christians and Jews, that they have nothing to fear from their Muslim neighbors.  ICSC has been holding weekly prayers at the First United Methodist Church of Santa Monica.
MPAC was started by a pair of Egyptian brothers who were involved with the Muslim Brotherhood while still quite young.  One of the brothers, Maher Hathout spent three years in an Egyptian prison for his involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood back in the 1960s.  Several years after his release, his family moved to Buffalo, New York and eventually out to California.

In 1978, Maher Hathout helped organize and start the ICSC and in 1986, he and his brother Hassan, established the MPAC as an offshoot of the ICSC.  Their goal was to enhance and spread the “Islamic Movement” by bringing Islam to as much of America as possible.  In 1997, Hassan said: “America needs Islam. If you look objectively you will see that this current civilization harbors in its body the seeds of its own destruction.”

Maher Hathout has also defended Hamas and the Hezbollah, claiming they are both legitimate organizations that are just trying to defend their own existence.  He has also stated on a number of occasions that the US government has purposely lied about the identities of the 9/11 terrorists.
There is a lot more to say about the background of the two brothers and the real mission behind the Muslim Public Affairs Council, but suffice it to say, that their purpose is not to just get along with other faiths.  They have clearly stated in the past that their mission is to make converts to Islam out of every American, and what better way than to appear all friendly and buddy-buddy with local churches.  They’ll be more than happy to help members of those churches to convert to Islam, but what do you think they’d do if one of their own converted to Christianity?  In most Muslim groups, especially the Muslim Brotherhood, converting to Christianity or Judaism generally results in a death sentence.

Islamic groups such as MPAC and ICSC are nothing more than wolves in sheep’s clothing trying to infiltrate the flock with a goal in mind – consume as many of the fold as possible.  I advise all to be cautious and concerned when having any dealings with them.  Personally, I trust them as much as I trust Barack Obama and Eric Holder, whom I have no trust for whatsoever.

Hmmm maybe MPAC and ICSC thinks the church is made of Gold...or at least has wealthy members:
All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena CA

Obama spies on Jews in Jerusalem

OpEd: Jack
This is rediculous...what gives the Obama administration or Britain, France, Sweden, Denmark,Spain, Australia, Brazil, Ireland, Finland and Egypt who also filed protests any right to interfer with Israels right to build on their own lands?

by Aaron Klein 

JERUSALEM – The Obama administration and the European Union are closely monitoring Jewish construction in an eastern section of Jerusalem where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government announced a plan to build 3,400 new homes, a European envoy here told WND.
The European envoy to Israel confirmed a story yesterday on Israel’s website reporting this week’s European protest against the construction of new Jerusalem homes was coordinated with the Obama administration, according to an Israeli official.
“The European move is essentially an American move. The Brits asked the Americans how to act,” an unnamed Israeli official with close ties to the U.S. administration told
Israel’s Higher Planning Council of the Israel Defense Forces’ Civil Administration yesterday vowed to go forward with plans to construct the new homes in what is known as the E-1 corridor between Ma’ale Adumim, an eastern Jerusalem suburb, and a neighborhood closer to western Jerusalem called Pisgat Zeev.
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Was the Bin Laden Raid A Smokescreen For BHO Eligibility Hearing?

Did you know that the most significant of the dozen or so Obama eligibility hearings occurred on May 2,2011 in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena,California?
Did you know that this particular lawsuit included 2008 presidential candidate Alan Keyes,twenty state representatives,and thirty members of the military?
Never heard about it? You’re not alone.
This is odd because ABC and CBS were in attendance,not to mention C-SPAN,who announced that they were going to broadcast the hearing live.
Perhaps we didn’t hear about it because America was too busy carrying Barack Hussein Obama on their shoulders for almost single-handedly killing Public Enemy Number One, Osama Bin Laden, the day before.
Or perhaps the media didn’t want to cover the hearing.
No,that would be a conspiracy theory.
It is sort of odd that the Osama Bin Laden raid occurred the day before the hearing.
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Obama Has Muslim Domestic Terrorism Scandal On His Hands

An Arizona congressman is asking federal officials why the man suspected of detonating a bomb outside the Arizona Social Security Administration office in Casa Grande was allowed to live in Arizona despite being classified a person who had engaged in “terrorism-related activity.”
Rep. Paul Gosar, R-AZ, sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Wednesday with specific questions about the status of 47-year-old Abdullatif Ali Aldosary.
Aldosary on Tuesday was ordered held in jail pending a preliminary hearing. Investigators said instructions on how to construct an explosive device, bomb-making materials and chemicals were found in his Coolidge home after a small explosion outside the building in downtown Casa Grande on Friday morning.
Aldosary had approached Gosar’s office with a request for a “green card” and in November 2011, Gosar forwarded that request to immigration officials.
Gosar said DHS responded by saying Aldosary was not eligible for a permanent change to citizenship “pursuant to the terrorism-related grounds of inadmissibility, and that “individuals who engage in terrorism-related activity … are barred from receiving various immigration benefits.”

Massive fraud, cover-up by CAIR exposed in federal lawsuit

Massive fraud, cover-up by CAIR exposed in federal lawsuit
Last Friday, the Law Offices of David Yerushalmi, P.C. and the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) said that they filed a devastating legal brief supported by hundreds of pages of evidence, asking a federal judge to find the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) liable to five of its former clients for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
In a release to the media today, AFLC stated:
“The legal brief demonstrates beyond any reasonable doubt that CAIR is a criminal organization that deceptively holds itself out to the public as the nation's largest Muslim-American civil rights organization."
"The brief and supporting evidence were filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in two companion cases, Saiyed v. CAIR and Lopez v. CAIR, in which David Yerushalmi is lead counsel. The brief and supporting evidence overwhelmingly demonstrate that CAIR was involved in a massive criminal fraud and cover-up that injured numerous client-victims who had looked to CAIR for legal assistance, yet the CAIR "attorney" allegedly handling their cases was in fact not an attorney.”

Yerushalmi, who is also Co-Founder and Senior Counsel of AFLC, commented, "The evidence has long suggested that CAIR is an organization set up by the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas to further its aims of stealth Jihad in the United States," referring to the fact that CAIR was named by the federal government as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing trial.
"According to the facts that are carefully laid out in our legal brief and fully supported by the record evidence," Yerushalmi explained, "CAIR has engaged in a massive criminal fraud in which numerous CAIR clients have been victimized, and because of the CAIR cover-up many still don't realize it. The fact that CAIR has victimized Muslims and non-Muslims alike demonstrate that it is only looking out for itself and its ongoing efforts to bilk donors out of millions of dollars of charitable donations thinking they are supporting a legitimate organization."

AFLC went on to say that five former clients of CAIR filed the two lawsuits in federal court alleging common law and statutory fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and intentional infliction of emotional distress against CAIR. These two lawsuits followed an earlier lawsuit which had also alleged that CAIR's fraudulent conduct amounted to racketeering, a federal RICO crime. In that case, the court dismissed the RICO counts, concluding that CAIR's conduct as alleged was fraudulent but not a technical violation of RICO. The two civil lawsuits were filed by Yerushalmi on January 6, 2010, and because they arise out of the same facts, the cases were consolidated.
AFLC stated, “The supporting evidence, which was compiled after more than a year and a half of contentious discovery that involved numerous document requests, motions to compel the production of documents that CAIR was concealing, and multiple depositions of high-ranking CAIR officials, shows that Morris Days, the "Resident Attorney" and "Civil Rights Manager" at the now defunct CAIR-MD/VA chapter in Herndon, Virginia, was in fact not an attorney and that he failed to provide legal services for clients who came to CAIR for legal representation.

The evidence also shows that CAIR knew of this fraud and purposefully conspired with Days to keep the CAIR clients from discovering that their legal matters were being mishandled or not handled at all. While Yerushalmi and AFLC represent the five plaintiffs in these two lawsuits, three of whom are Muslim Americans, according to CAIR's internal documents; there were many more victims of the CAIR fraud scheme.”
“As set forth in the court filings, CAIR knew or should have known that Days was not a lawyer when it hired him. But, like many organizations accused of wrongdoing, things got worse when CAIR officials were confronted with clear evidence of Days' fraudulent conduct. Rather than come clean and attempt to rectify past wrongs, CAIR conspired with Days to conceal and further the fraud. To this end, CAIR officials purposefully concealed the truth about Days from the clients, law enforcement, and the media. When CAIR did receive calls from irate clients about Days' failure to provide competent legal services, CAIR fraudulently deceived them about Days' relationship with CAIR, suggesting that he was never actually employed by CAIR.”

Robert Muise, co-counsel in the lawsuit and Co-Founder and Senior Counsel of AFLC, commented, "The overwhelming evidence marshaled in this case will finally put to rest the myth fabricated by CAIR's PR machine and perpetrated by a complicit media that this is a legitimate Muslim-American civil rights organization.”
“This lawsuit strips away CAIR's veil of legitimacy."
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and its sister organization, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), have been controversial over the years and recently were systematically involved in the 2012 presidential elections in getting American Muslims out to vote for President Obama in the swing states of Florida, Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Those states election results became controversial due to voter irregularities and allegations of voter fraud in favor of President Obama.

Benghazi bungle an attempt to advance Islam?

by Taylor Rose 

WASHINGTON – The Obama administration may be trying to use the al-Qaida terror attacks on U.S. operations in Benghazi, Libya, to advance a growing global movement to protect Islam from criticism, according to one expert.
The issue is the “defamation of religions” resolution pending at the United Nations.  It was introduced by Islamic nations and coalitions to criminalize any negative reference to Islam or Muslims.
Clare Lopez, a senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy, as well as a Senior Fellow at the Clarion Fund, said that after the attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others, the Obama administration made an impromptu decision to advance the Islamic agenda item it already had endorsed.
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Dead Men Flying

America's most decorated living veteran is presenting a radical new perspective on the Vietnam War with important lessons for American foreign policy today. by Gen. Patrick Henry Brady and his daughter, Capt. Meghan Brady Smith.
Gen. Brady, a recipient of the Medal of Honor, contends that America's greatest victory in Vietnam was humanitarianism.

As commander of the 54th Medical Detachment, Gen. Brady led his unit as it rescued over 21,000 wounded – enemy and friendly – in 10 months, while sustaining injuries that resulted in 26 Purple Hearts.

It's a story that Gen. Brady says has been all but neglected as many historians and pundits seem determined to view the Vietnam War as a terrible American crime.

By contrast, Brady provides many examples of how American servicemen and medical personnel risked their lives to care for the Vietnamese people. They also brought new technology and technical know-how to win the "hearts and minds" of the Vietnamese civilians, including introducing basic dentistry and solving protein deficiencies among the children.

Brady also tells the forgotten story of America's indigenous allies in Vietnam, including the Montagnards, a fierce warrior society that lost half of its adult male population in support of the American effort in Vietnam.

Most importantly, Brady tells the story of "Dust Off," the helicopter rescue program that achieved legendary status during the Vietnam War because of the willingness of pilots to prioritize rapid reaction time even in the face of extreme danger.
Maj. Charles Kelly, the almost mythical father of "Dust Off," set the example of the heroic creed of the air ambulance program. Kelly had to fight both on and off the battlefield to secure the position of "Dust Off" as an independent and autonomous unit with its own moral code that put patient survival first.

Kelly died in combat after flying into thick enemy fire. His last words, "When I have your wounded," set the example for everyone who was to follow.

Brady and his fellow pilots spent the remainder of the war trying to live up to Kelly's standards. Brady himself personally rescued over 5,000 wounded in over 2,000 combat missions.

He credits his survival in the war to God.

He says, "I cannot emphasize enough the role my faith played in any success I have had."

When flying helicopters into almost zero visibility, with death all around, Brady says "God's good will" was indispensable in coming out alive on the other side.

Unfortunately, Brady's thrilling tale of courage and faith in Vietnam has more troubling modern implications. He contends that the U.S. Army has forgotten lessons that so many died for.

"I am afraid that Charles Kelly is turning over in his gave," writes Brady.

The Army has placed the "Dust Off" mission under the control of Combat Arms Aviation. This means that "Dust Off" operations have lost their autonomy and are subject to a torturous approval process before missions can be launched.

According to Brady, risk analysis is prioritized above reaction time and the "Golden Hour" that is critical to the survival rate of wounded soldiers. Most importantly, the essential creed of "Dust Off" is being compromised. Current pilots see the problems but are afraid of speaking out because of repercussions.

For example, a wounded soldier was left overnight in the cold on a mountain in Afghanistan, even though the enemy was on the other side. Even relatively safe rescue missions are not being approved. "Dust Off" helicopters are also the oldest in the fleet with potentially deadly consequences for troops.

Brady contends that the main problem are "obsessive command and control issues and ignorance among the ASO (Aviation Staff Officers); the lack of a champion and leadership in the Medical Corps are contributing favors."

High ranking officials, including four-star generals and senators, have heard the about problems but seem unwilling to do anything that will actually solve them, he said.

Brady calls for a return to the founding principles of "Dust Off," with air ambulance operations prioritizing saving patients and wounded soldiers above everything else, and with specialized pilots and equipment wholly dedicated to a medical mission.

"Dead Men Flying" is not just a revisionist look at the Vietnam War. It's a combat thriller, a testimony to the power of faith, and a powerful challenge to the political and military leadership of the United States that is repeating the mistakes of the past.

Order your copy of "Dead Men Flying" now.

Oscar Bias Against Conservatives

** Oscar Bias Against Conservatives Nixes Award for Best-Selling Doc ‘2016’
The two conservative filmmakers behind this year’s most popular documentary, 2016: OBAMA’S AMERICA, claim political bias “against anything from a conservative point of view” is behind the Oscar snub of their movie.
2016 was deemed ineligible for the Best Documentary Oscar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, even though it made more money at the box office, $33.4 million, than the combined earnings of the 15 movies deemed Oscar worthy.
“I want to thank the Academy for not nominating our film,” Dinesh D’Souza, the conservative pundit behind the movie version of his new book, joked.
“By ignoring 2016, the top-performing box-office hit of 2012, and pretending that films like SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN and THIS IS NOT A FILM are more deserving of an Oscar, our friends in Hollywood have removed any doubt average Americans may have had that liberal political ideology, not excellence, is the true standard of what receives awards.”
“Dinesh warned me this might happen," Producer Gerald Molen, who produced the Oscar-winning SCHINDLER’S LIST said with a laugh.
“The action confirms my opinion that the bias against anything from a conservative point of view is dead on arrival in Hollywood circles,” he added. “The film’s outstanding success means that America went to see the documentary in spite of how Hollywood feels about it.”
Among the 15 movies deemed eligible by the Academy included movies with liberal, politically correct content like CHASING ICE, HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE, BULLY, and THE WAITING ROOM. 

Like Mr. D’Souza, MOVIEGUIDE® isn’t surprised by the Oscar snub for 2016. Being a liberal in Hollywood is like joining an elite club. So, many people working in the entertainment industry, especially people trying to establish a career in that industry, decide to join that club to get jobs, recognition, partners, and friendships.
Liberal blacklists against conservatives, which go back to the 1930s, have proven to be far more powerful than the specious anti-communist blacklist that had its heyday in the 1950s.
Ironically, when Communist dictator Joseph Stalin signed a pact with National Socialist dictator Adolph Hitler in 1939, many of the strongest leftists in Hollywood went along with it. Significantly, a new documentary on American history by leftist filmmaker Oliver Stone makes excuses for Stalin’s decision, a move that has had a long history among the Left in America and elsewhere.  

Source:  The Hollywood Reporter, 12/04/12

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Hillary Clinton Covered for Obamas UK birth registration!



WHERE LIES GO TO DIE – Evidence discovered shows British Protectorate of East Africa recorded Obama’s birth records before 1963 and sent returns of those events to Britain’s Public Records Office and the Kew branch of British National Archives.The books containing hand written line records of vital events attributed to Obama are contained in Series RG36 of the Family Records section in the Kew branch of the BNA.  The hand written line records first discovered in 2009, indicate several events were registered to the name Barack Obama (appears to be handwritten and spelled “Burack” and “Biraq”) beginning in 1953 and include two births recorded in 1958 and 1960, a marriage license registration in 1954 and a birth in 1961.  Barack Obama is said to have died in 1982 and had married at least once more in Kenya  and had at least one more child in 1968, but no record of these were found in the BNA because, according to the Archives’ desk reference, the events occurred after Kenya achieved independence from British colonial rule in 1963.
To date, Barack Obama II is the only known alleged son of Obama Sr. born after 1960 and before the independence of Kenya became official in 1963.    
To date, Barack Obama II is the only known alleged son of Obama Sr. born after 1960 and before the independence of Kenya became official in 1963.     
A request for information from the BNA on the specification of birth information contained in the series of thousands of logs indicates that only vital events registered in Kenya’s Ministry of Health offices were recorded in the registration returns and were placed in the National Archives care before they reached 30 years old (the law was amended to 20 years after creation in 2010).  
The line records do not specify the identity or names of the children, only gender.  However, the line records are associated with index numbers of actual microfilm copies of certificates, licenses and registration applications filed in the archives.  According to researchers, Obama’s line records were discovered in Series RG36, reference books.  Not surprisingly, when researchers specifically requested access to the relevant microfilm for the Obama birth registrations, they were told that the records were currently held under an outdated “privileged access” status, meaning researchers were denied access under Chapter 52, Sections 3 and 5 of the British Public Records Act of 1958. 
However, evidence shows these records were available for public access before August of 2009, the approximate date of arrival of Hillary Clinton in Great Britain during her trip to Africa that year.
Several sources show that Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton made a sudden visit to the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the British agency which oversees Public Records Archives from colonial protectorates, to speak with the Chief Executive of the Archives in early August of 2009.  African news agency expressed surprise at Clintons arrival since she did not announce her intentions of stopping in Great Britain before embarking on her two week trip to Africa.  

Federal Judges Question Obama’s Recess Appointments

Do you remember when President Obama made appointments to the National Labor Relations Board while the Senate was still technically in session? Well, a lawsuit was filed and the case came before a federal appeals court today. The judges questioned not only the NLRB appointments, but all of Obama’s recess appointments.
The case involves a challenge to Mr. Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board in early January — during a time when the Senate was holding pro forma sessions every three days, specifically for the purposes of denying him the chance to make those appointments.
Mr. Obama argued that since the full Senate wasn’t actually meeting regularly, lawmakers were technically in an intra-session “recess” and he could use his constitutional power to make appointments not needing the chamber’s consent. But two judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit questioned not only that move, but every recess appointment made other than during a traditional inter-session recesses that close out each year.
“Once you remove yourself from the principles set forth in the Constitution — inter-session versus intra-session — you are adrift,” said Judge Thomas B. Griffith.
He was joined in his pointed questioning by Chief Judge David B. Sentelle, who said the clause in the Constitution giving presidents recess appointment powers refers to “the recess,” which he said suggests the one at the end of each year, not the breaks Congress regularly takes for holidays, weekends or other reasons.
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CA Supreme Court To Hear Obama Eligibility Case


Press release from the Law Offices of Dr. Orly Taitz
Breaking news! Supreme Court of CA to rule whether Obama should be declared illegitimate for the U.S. Presidency due to his use of forged IDs and a fraudulently obtained CT Social Security number. Loss of 55 CA electoral votes will certainly mean new elections in the U.S.
After originally refusing to hear the case under the original jurisdiction, Supreme Court of California was persuaded by Attorney and Candidate for the U.S. Senate Dr. Orly Taitz to take on a case Noonan, Judd, MacLaren, Taitz v Bowen under the provisions of the California Constitution, which allow Supreme Court of California to hear special cases under the Original Jurisdiction. Docket excerpt is below. Case number is S 207078 Noonan v Bowen. Attorney Orly Taitz.
This case is brought on behalf of four plaintiffs, all of whom have perfect standing. Edward Noonan won the American Independent Party Presidential Primary   in CA and certificate of his win was submitted to the court. Keith Judd is a Democratic Party candidate for the U.s. Presidency, registered with the FEC, he was a runner up to Barack Obama in West Virginia Democratic Party Primary with 40% of the vote, Thomas Gregory Macleran was a Republican candidate for President, registered with the FEC. Attorney and Doctor Orly Taitz was a candidate for the U.S. Senate in CA.
This case has two premises.
First.  Plaintiffs provided the court with evidence of nearly One and a half million invalid voter registrations in the state of California. Such a large number of invalid votes justifies STAY of certification of the results.
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