It looks like we are about to experience the Barack Obama Climate Change Dictatorship. It’s being reported President Obama is planning to skirt the Constitutional treaty ratification process in order to adopt a United Nations “Climate Change” agreement without Congressional approval.
Here’s how the New York Times puts it: “Obama Pursuing Climate Accord in Lieu of Treaty.”
The Obama administration is working to forge a sweeping international climate change agreement to compel nations to cut their planet-warming fossil fuel emissions, but without ratification from Congress.
In preparation for this agreement, to be signed at a United Nations summit meeting in 2015 in Paris, the negotiators are meeting with diplomats from other countries to broker a deal to commit some of the world’s largest economies to enact laws to reduce their carbon pollution. But under the Constitution, a president may enter into a legally binding treaty only if it is approved by a two-thirds majority of the Senate.
To sidestep that requirement, President Obama’s climate negotiators are devising what they call a “politically binding” deal that would “name and shame” countries into cutting their emissions. The deal is likely to face strong objections from Republicans on Capitol Hill and from poor countries around the world, but negotiators say it may be the only realistic path.
“If you want a deal that includes all the major emitters, including the U.S., you cannot realistically pursue a legally binding treaty at this time,” said Paul Bledsoe, a top climate change official in the Clinton administration who works closely with the Obama White House on international climate change policy.
Two comments and an idea:
1. Barack Obama realizes the only way to avoid electoral disaster at the polls in November is to get Republicans talking about impeachment.
2. If the President does this, he proves we have become a Third World Banana Republic, where the ruler does whatever he pleases, the Law be damned.
Here’s an idea for a political cartoon: Barack Obama running through the streets–burning, looting, pillaging, and destroying–while Congress stands there watching him do it, but not intervening–just like what we saw in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri as the police stood around and watched criminals destroy people’s livelihoods and property.
If I profess with the loudest voice and clearest exposition every portion of the truth of God except precisely that little point which the world and the devil are at that moment attacking, I am not confessing Christ, however boldly I may be professing Christ. Where the battle rages, there the loyalty of the soldier is proved, and to be steady on all the battlefield besides is mere flight and disgrace if he flinches at that point.
The spirit of Christ that was vibrant and alive during the Revolution among the Black Robed Regiment is still very much alive today. In fact, there is one group that is on the front lines of the culture war and they are wielding the Sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God, against the professed church. As we have pointed out, a vast majority of American pastors are not preaching the whole counsel of God and are not teaching their people about what God has to say on major subjects in our culture. So what happens when the Church fails at this task? Godly men stand up and protest against them for failing to do the job they are supposed to. One such organization is called Minutemen United.
For many who don’t know the term “Protestant” was used to identify our forefathers who broke the grip of the Roman Catholic Church during the 17th century by protesting against the corruption in the church. This was the reason for the writing of the 95 Theses by Martin Luther, which he nailed to the church door at Wittenberg.
Today, however, a different sort of corruption has crept not only into the Roman Catholic Church, but also into Protestant Churches. That corruption is fear. It’s the fear of man that keeps pastors from addressing such issues as sodomy, the murder of the unborn, euthanasia, political corruption, the Law of God and a host of other issues.
So where does Minutemen United come in? They protest these churches and call them to repentance and an adherence to the Word of God.
Minutemen United Director Jim Harrison told Freedom Outpost, “If you don’t fix the church first do any of the symptoms really matter?”
“Why are we not reporting on the church, the cause of the problem?” he asked us.
After reviewing what the organization has done in the past, I decided to inform the audience in case many of you had not heard of what they are trying to accomplish.
Last year, Minutemen Unlimited was taken to court by Vineyard Columbus, one of Ohio’s largest churches. I’m guessing this church is considered “successful” by the coward preachers that George Barna referenced in his study. The “church” tried to stop Minutemen United from protesting and picketing outside the Vineyard facility over how the church was handling, or perhaps better stated, how it failed to handle issues like abortion and homosexuality.
The church staff and the members of Minutemen Unlimited had several sit downs together, but ultimately the church decided to take the group to court rather than listen to its message.
While the court postponed the hearing and said that Minutemen Unlimited were to refrain from protesting and stay off of church property, Harrison said that they were not out to “shake the church up,” but to get the senior pastor, Rich Nathan, “to see what is happening in America, stop being passive and convince other pastors.”
“Unfortunately, for the time being, Pastor Nathan, and many pastors like him across the nation, chooses to be more annoyed by signs in his church’s front yard sounding the alarm of moral decline than by the moral decline itself, vividly represented by the abortion clinic just down the street from his church,” read the Minutemen Unlimited’s blog.
The call of Harrison and his group has been in the form of signs that read “Please help us end abortion,” “Please help us defend marriage,” and “Men of God / America needs you now.”
Associate Pastor Bill Christenson said that the church believes in the rights of the group to protest, they just don’t want them doing it on their property.
While I agree with the church here about the property issue, though from the pictures, it appears that the signs are pretty close to what would be considered in my state to be part of the road (notice the distance of the telephone pole compared to the signs), what is most disturbing is the fact that the church will not admit its wrong doing. In fact, Christenson tries to justify the church’s lack of standing on issues by saying, “We do not agree with many of these confusing messages that they have on signs. Our church wants to communicate a message that everyone no matter race, political persuasion, background, we sincerely want you to discover the life that Jesus offers.”
What is confusing about the signs above? The only confusion I can see is if the Vineyard staff are preaching something that is contrary to those messages. One wonders what message Vineyard Columbus is sending if it will not be more outspoken on these serious issues, and that its concern is more about peaceful believers coming on church property to call them to speak out on the issues rather than actually speaking on the issues.
As for Harrison, he said “Our intent is not to harm anybody, intent is to save nation through the church.”
To that, I say “Amen!” So my advice would be for the Minutemen Unlimited to be on public property that joins the Vineyard property and make their protests there and my advice to the Vineyard staff would be the same as the apostle Paul’s to Timothy:
I charge you therefore before God and the Lord Jesus Christ, who will judge the living and the dead at His appearing and His kingdom: Preach the word! Be ready in season and out of season. Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables. But you be watchful in all things, endure afflictions, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry.
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Considering that Yazidis are a small group with far fewer victims at the hands of Islam than Christians in the Middle East, I wondered at the disproportionate interest in their fate by the like of the New York Times, CNN and the White House.
Al-Qaida had originally claimed the Yazidis were up for target practice, rape and other Shariah staples because they were “Satanists” (which is not nearly as damning as “infidel” in Islamaspeak, but you still must die according to the Koran).
Well I have a theory: Yazidis really are Satanists – of a milder sort. Not malignant, baby-blood swilling types, but just enough to qualify as “not Christian.” Currently this is sufficient to earn more pity than a large trough of dead church folk, at least in the West.
None of this excuses atrocities against Yazidis by ISIS butchers, who individually have far more weapons than human attributes. ISIS is also making “Satanists” look good in comparison, by the way.
Some claim Yazidis have roots in ancient Zoroastrianism, but they are markedly different from any other faith. Their peacock god or the Proud One, “Malek Taus,” is also known as the fallen angel and ruler of the earth.
“Neither is it permitted to us to pronounce the name of Shaitan, because it is the name of our god,” reveals the Yazidi “Book of Revelation.”
Yazidis’ Switchfoot is a greatly improved version, though, and a devil in name only at this point, as their harmless behavior reveals. Until recently Yazidis, Assyrians and Christians were holding tea and hookah parties together. Conversely, Islamic Kurds and Arabs have been happily raiding and pillaging Yazidis for at least 500 years.
This has little or nothing to do with art, but a short piece in Alpha Omega Arts News started my train of thought. With a link to the Hindu Times was a photo of some exterior wall art on a Yazidi temple in Iraq. Two small girls lounge innocently against a brightly colored painting, which the authors point out is in the style of Indian calendar art.
Predictably, comments from Hindu Times readers ignore the fate of the kids. Instead they note Yazidis are clearly influenced by Hinduism, as the Hindo Lord Karthikeya is a dead ringer for the “peacock god.”
But the children – are they still living or buried alive? Dying of thirst or forced into some grotesque mock “marriage” with an adult man and his many weapons?
The White House and U.S. intelligentsia have the same problem with Christians – they rarely see, hear, speak or think of them. And while Western media neglects genocide for whatever dark reasons they harbor, civilization withers, and art simply cannot be made in these places.
As usual the majority of the art world squints at minutia while the world flies past in explosive, wrenching screams – tolerable if some art news sites would stop making grand political pronouncements. Pleas to “end the war” in the midst of massive, unilateral genocide is disingenuous and handily serves the only warmongers, who don’t care what artists think.
Ironically, the worse the humanitarian crisis, the more frantically academics and cultural foundations fret about cultural destruction alone – as if culture arose in a complete vacuum, ex-nihilo. They plot complex schemes, enlisting armies and the U.N. to “save the art.” Well and good, but art requires artists and free expression and also living appreciators to give it value.
Recently we learned that ISIS is the wealthiest terror group on earth thanks to systematic plundering and bank robbery to the tune of $ 2.2 billion (at last estimate). Pious always, ISIS first melt down figures, which are forbidden in Islam. Selling antiquities up to 8,000 years old to the highest bidders, Iraqis can wave goodbye to even their own mosques. These are the 21st century’s Beserkers, who can’t stop blowing things up and wallowing in blood once they’ve begun. Satanists are meekly innocuous in comparison.
Similar apathy in the administration and media over Christian victimization is so dense they can’t even see two continents now knee-deep in the debris from churches. Cleverly ignored by the Obama administration and most of Europe, the decimation of art, cathedrals and monasteries has become a very bad habit and is edging closer to places they may care about.
Built at the site of the burning bush and dedicated by the mother of Constatine in 330 A.D., St. Catherine’s Monastery on Mt. Sinai has remained virtually untouched after almost 1,700 years. Until now. Last spring they needed guards after an attack by Islamist militant group, Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, killed and injured tourists there.
Saint Catherine’s Monastery has no equal nor any counterpart in Western Christianity, due to its antiquity and artistic and intellectual traditions. Likely they host more Early Christian icons than are found in the rest of the world, and their library of original, illuminated manuscripts is exceeded in volume only by the Vatican’s.
So why have they been spared from the religion of illiteracy and destruction all these centuries? Plausibly because St. Catherine’s offered Mohammed refuge from his enemies during a slow pillage season, a move they may have greatly pondered in the following centuries.
Created in 626 A.D., the “Achtiname of Muhammad” is signed with an imprint of the Prophet’s hand and seal. To this day the Monastery keeps a copy on the premises, for obvious reasons.
The “Achtiname” is the inspiration for “The Covenants Initiative,” which urges Muslims to abide and honor treaties and covenants that the Prophet Muhammad personally made with Christian communities during his life. In 2009 the Washington Post ran a translation of the entire agreement, hoping it would placate Christians or inspire Muslims to obey it, I suppose. Only one of those things seems to have happened. Guess which.
I’ll admit to bias, but I think Christian art, architecture, music and literature is far superior to Islamic art and culture. With the exception of some extraordinary tile work and calligraphy, Islam has endowed almost nothing of value to the inhabitants of this earth (my personal and long-held opinion).
That continues in spite of 1,400 years of bloody conquests, the assistance of skilled slave labor and more recently, mountains of oil money.
But back to the Yazidis.
Satanists by the way, officially claim the Yazidi sect as their own, although the compliment hasn’t been returned or publicly acknowledged. Perhaps they were once Satanists but forgot. Most are illiterate and can’t even read the “Holy” books. One claim about their rarely seen “Mishaf Resh” (Black Scriptures) is that it is actually the Koran, with words for Satan blacked out in wax.
Close ties between Mishraf Resh (or the Al Jiwah) and Islam are confirmed in “Spiritual Satanism,” an official publication by the Joy of Satan Ministries (if you can believe it).
Rarely do I quote the Joy of Satan Ministries, but from the 4th edition the author informs us: “Satan dictated the Al Jilwah directly … the most important doctrine in Satanism and every Satanist should be familiar with its teachings. I asked Satan if the Al Jilwah was from him and he confirmed it was, but stated that the Muslims altered some of the Yezidi doctrines.”
I wonder about the claim that the blacked-out version is better known as the Koran – that would make so much sense. But I won’t be asking Satan.
SOURCES: ZindaMagazine; Webzoom.freewebs.com; The Hindu; The Guardian online; ThinkProgress.org; goarch.org; Kurt Weitzman, Jan 1964 National Geographic; “Spiritual Satanism” 4th Edition 2012 Joy of Satan Ministries
They’re very busy out there in California:
California Senate votes to urge NFL to change name of Washington Redskins. Sen. Correa calls it a "racial slur."—
Patrick McGreevy (@mcgreevy99) August 27, 2014
Good to know they’ve still got their priorities straight!
If your home is like my home, you have a kitchen where you, among other things, prepare and maybe also eat your meals.
Again, if you are like me, you, of course, stand and walk around on the floor of the kitchen and you don’t try to walk on the ceiling or on any of the walls. And you don’t try to place, say, a bowl of soup on the wall because it would immediately spill to the floor.
The very idea of trying to operate your kitchen (or for that matter, any other room in your home) in this way, seems silly and stupid. Imagine trying to sleep in a bed that was placed vertically on the wall or bolted to the ceiling.
The reason this is such a futile thing to contemplate is that when you try to walk on the wall or the ceiling you are clearly and obviously trying to operate as if one of the physical laws of nature did not apply to you. We call it the law of gravity.
Ignoring the law of gravity or trying to live as if it doesn’t apply to you will only result in injury, chaos and unhappiness. In short – it’s a mess.
But suppose we don’t believe in gravity. Suppose there are a lot of us that reject the traditional idea of gravity. Suppose we all join together and pass a law that says we can walk on the ceiling and live upside down if we choose.
Same result. We fall to the floor. We get hurt.
Despite man’s attempt to defy gravity, it is immutable.
Obviously, we can see clearly that the law of gravity, one of the physical laws of the universe, is not within our power to ignore or to repeal. We really can’t break it without getting broken by it.
This is because gravity is part of God’s creation. It is the way He made the world. It is real. To ignore it is to play “Make-Believe”.
What about the moral laws of the universe? Do they come from the same lawgiver? Are they also immutable?
The Founders of America thought they were, and the American legal system is based on the belief that they are.
In the American View, governments are supposed to recognize and to defend God-given rights to life and to liberty and to property. But when governments try to invent rights, like the “right” to kill your own child, or the “right” to have a job, or the “right” to marry someone of your own sex, isn’t it trying to ignore or repeal the immutable moral law? Isn’t it trying to walk on the ceiling?
As I watch the unfolding chaos and destruction in Ferguson, Missouri, I can’t help but think that this is the result of man’s sinful desire to make up his own moral laws.
At one time in our history, we looked to God’s Word to determine what was right and wrong. This was a fixed and certain standard.
Having jettisoned this fixed, objective standard, government tramples our God-given rights and now pretends to issue what it calls “civil rights”.
But “civil rights” are make-believe. Real rights come from the Creator.
Is it any wonder that we experience chaos and tyranny when we play this dangerous make-believe?
In the Book of Romans, Paul describes a culture that has rejected God’s authority. He says that they “became vain in their imaginations”.
Summarizing their condition Paul says, “Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools”.
In Ferguson, Missouri we have witnessed the folly and the futility of make-believe “civil rights”.
When I see politicians, agenda-driven activists and the talking heads seeking to impose their own agendas on the sad city of Ferguson under the phony rubric of “civil rights”, I see people trying to walk on the walls and the ceiling.
No wonder they fall. No wonder it hurts.
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“Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.”―D.H. Lawrence
No matter what your perspective on the showdown between locals and law enforcement in Ferguson, Missouri, there can be no disputing the fact that “local” police should not be looking or acting like branches of the military.
Unfortunately, in the police state that is America today, we’re going to find ourselves revisiting Ferguson over and over again. Every time an unarmed citizen gets shot by a police officer who is armed to the hilt, or inclined to shoot first and ask questions later, or so concerned about their own safety, to the exclusion of all else, that everything becomes a potential threat, we’ll find ourselves back in Ferguson territory again.
Here’s the thing, though: whether or not it ever gets reported, whether it incites any protests or marches or showdowns of epic proportions, whether it elicits any outrage on the part of the citizenry, Ferguson is already happening over and over again, all around us.
It’s happening in small towns and big cities alike every time a citizen gets stopped and frisked for no better reason than they “look” suspicious. It’s happening on the nation’s highways and byways, where corporate greed disguised as road safety is making a hefty profit off of drivers who have the misfortune of passing a red light camera or a speed camera or a license plate reader. It’s happening in the privately run jails, which are teeming with prisoners doing time for nonviolent crimes that should have landed them with a slap on the wrist and a fine instead of hard time and forced labor.
It’s happening in our airports and train stations and shopping malls, where menacing squads of black-garbed, jack-booted, up-armored soldiers disguised as law enforcement officials are subjecting Americans to roving security checkpoints, allegedly in the pursuit of terrorists. And it’s happening in the schools, where the school-to-prison pipeline is fully operational and busy churning out newly minted citizens of the American police state who have been taught the hard way what it means to comply and march in lockstep with the government’s dictates.
Young Alex Stone didn’t even make it past the first week of school before he became a victim of the police state. Directed by his teacher to do a creative writing assignment involving a series of fictional Facebook statuses, Stone wrote, “I killed my neighbor’s pet dinosaur. I bought the gun to take care of the business.” Despite the fact that dinosaurs are extinct, the status fabricated, and the South Carolina student was merely following orders, his teacher reported him to school administrators, who in turn called the police.
What followed is par for the course in schools today: students were locked down in their classrooms while armed police searched the 16-year-old’s locker and bookbag, handcuffed him, charged him with disorderly conduct disturbing the school, arrested him, detained him, and then he was suspended from school. Stone’s mother was never alerted to the school’s concerns about her son’s creative writing assignment or his subsequent interrogation and arrest.
Keshana Wilson, a 14-year-old student at a Pennsylvania high school, was tasered in the groin by a police officer working as a school resource officer, allegedly because she resisted arrest for cursing, inciting a crowd of students, and walking on the highway. One might be hard pressed to find a teenager not guilty of one or the other at any given time. Nevertheless, the tasering came after the officer grabbed the teenager from behind and pushed her up against a car, without identifying himself as a police officer. “The teenager had to be taken to hospital to have the taser probes removed before she was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on the officer, simple assault, riot, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, failure to disperse and walking on the highway,” noted one reporter.
Rounding out the lesson in compliance, police officers who patrol schools in Compton, Calif., are now authorized to buy semi-automatic AR-15 rifles and carry them in their patrol car trunks while on duty—a practice that is becoming increasingly common, according to Joe Grubbs, president of the California Association of School Resource Officers. A few states away, in Missouri, a new state law actually requires that all school districts participate in live-action school shooting drills, including realistic gunfire, students covered in fake blood, and bodies strewn throughout the hallways.
Now these incidents may seem light years away from the all-too-grim reality of the events that took place in Ferguson, Missouri, but they are, in fact, mere stops along the way to the American police state, and parents with kids returning to school would do well to consider these incidents fair warning, because today’s public schools have become microcosms of the world beyond the schoolhouse gates, and increasingly, it’s a world hostile to freedom.
As I show in my book A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State, within America’s public schools can be found almost every aspect of the American police state that plagues those of us on the “outside”: metal detectors, surveillance cameras, militarized police, drug-sniffing dogs, tasers, cyber-surveillance, random searches, senseless arrests, jail time, the list goes on.
Whether it takes the form of draconian zero tolerance policies, overreaching anti-bullying statutes, police officers charged with tasering and arresting so-called unruly children, standardized testing with its emphasis on rote answers, political correctness, or the extensive surveillance systems cropping up in schools all over the country, young people in America are first in line to be indoctrinated into compliant citizens of the new American police state.
Zero tolerance policies, which punish all offenses severely, no matter how minor, condition young people to steer clear of doing anything that might be considered out of line, whether it’s pointing their fingers like a gun, drawing on their desks, or chewing their gum too loudly.
Surveillance technologies, used by school officials, police, NSA agents, and corporate entities to track the everyday activities of students, accustom young people to life in an electronic concentration camp, with all of their movements monitored, their interactions assessed, and their activities recorded and archived. For example, the Department of Education (DOE) has created a system to track, archive and disseminate data on every single part of a child’s educational career with colleges and state agencies such as the Department of Labor and the offices of Technology and Children and Family Services.
Metal detectors at school entrances and police patrolling school hallways acclimatize young people to being viewed as suspects. Funded in part by federal grants, school districts across the country have “paid local police agencies to provide armed ‘school resource officers’ for high schools, middle schools and sometimes even elementary schools.” As the New York Times reports, “Hundreds of additional districts, including those in Houston, Los Angeles and Philadelphia, have created police forces of their own, employing thousands of sworn officers.” The problem, of course, is that the very presence of these police officers in the schools results in greater numbers of students being arrested or charged with crimes for nonviolent, childish behavior. In Texas, for example, school police officers write more than 100,000 misdemeanor tickets a year, each ticket amounting to hundreds of dollars in court fines—a convenient financial windfall for the states. All too often, these incidents remain on students’ permanent records, impacting college and job applications.
Weapons of compliance, such as tasers which deliver electrical shocks lethal enough to kill, not only teach young people to fear the police, the face of our militarized government, but teach them that torture is an accepted means of controlling the population. It’s a problem that has grown exponentially as the schools have increasingly clamored for—and hired on—their own police forces. One high school student in Texas suffered severe brain damage and nearly died after being tasered. A 15-year-old disabled North Carolina student was tasered three times, resulting in punctured lungs. A New York student was similarly tasered for lying on the floor and crying.
Standardized testing and Common Core programs, which discourage students from thinking for themselves while rewarding them for regurgitating whatever the government, through its so-called educational standards, dictates they should be taught, will not only create a generation of test-takers capable of little else, but it will also constitute massive data collection on virtually every aspect of our children’s lives which will be accessed by government agents and their corporate allies.
Overt censorship, monitoring and political correctness, which manifest themselves in a variety of ways, from Internet filters on school computers to sexual harassment policies, habituate young people to a world in which nonconformist, divergent, politically incorrect ideas and speech are treated as unacceptable or dangerous. In such an environment, a science teacher criticizing evolution can get fired for insubordination, a 9-year-old boy remarking that his teacher is “cute” can be suspended for sexual harassment, students detected using their smart phones during class time can be reported for not paying attention in class, and those accused of engaging in “bullying, cyber-bullying, hate and shaming activities, depression, harm and self-harm, self-hate and suicide, crime, vandalism, substance abuse and truancy” on social media such as Twitter or Facebook, will have their posts and comments analyzed by an outside government contractor.
As problematic as all of these programs are, however, what’s really unnerving are the similarities between the American system of public education and that of totalitarian regimes such as Nazi Germany, with their overt campaigns of educational indoctrination. And while those who run America’s schools may not be deliberately attempting to raise up a generation of Hitler Youth, they are teaching young people to march in lockstep with the all-powerful government—which may be just as dangerous in the end.
You don’t have to take my word for it. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum provides some valuable insight into education in the Nazi state, which was responsible for winning “millions of German young people … over to Nazism in the classroom and through extracurricular activities.” The similarities are startling, ranging from the dismissal of teachers deemed to be “politically unreliable” to the introduction of classroom textbooks that taught students obedience to state authority and militarism. “Board games and toys for children served as another way to spread racial and political propaganda to German youth. Toys were also used as propaganda vehicles to indoctrinate children into militarism.” And then there was the Hitler Youth, a paramilitary youth group intended to train young people for future service in the armed forces and government.
Hitler himself recognized the value of indoctrinating young people. As he noted, “When an opponent declares, ‘I will not come over to your side, and you will not get me on your side,’ I calmly say, ‘Your child belongs to me already. A people lives forever. What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants however now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community.’”
In the face of such a mechanized, bureaucratic school system that demands conformity, indoctrinating and enslaving their minds while punishing anyone who dares step out of line, American school children are indeed powerless. And they will remain helpless, powerless and in bondage to the police state unless “we the people” take the steps to set them free.
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What do the race baiters want for Christmas? The answer might shock you!
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(FOX NEWS) Lois Lerner’s Blackberry was intentionally destroyed after Congress had begun its probe into IRS targeting of conservative groups, a senior IRS lawyer acknowledged in a sworn declaration.
Thomas Kane, Deputy Assistant Chief Counsel for the IRS, wrote in the declaration, part of a lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch against the IRS, that the Blackberry was “removed or wiped clean of any sensitive or proprietary information and removed as scrap for disposal in June 2012.”
That date – June 2012 – is significant because by that time, ex-IRS official Lerner had already been summoned before congressional staffers who interviewed her about reports of the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups.
What it means is that incumbent Florida Gov. Rick Scott, running against two “virtual unknowns,” managed to garner more votes than Democrat Charlie Crist and his opponent, former state senator Nan Rich, combined.
Only county w/worse turnout than Broward? Glades. For Fla Dems, let's hear a collective "eesh."—
John Kennedy (@JKennedyReport) August 27, 2014
The fucking turnout better be better in November. Cannot stand to see Rick Scott win another four year term.—
@MiamiDadeFLA (@MiamiDadeFLA) August 27, 2014