Politics: North Carolina Shows the Way: 1. Honest Elections 2. anti-sharia law

August 28, 2013

North Carolina Shows the Way for Honest Elections
North Carolina is showing the way for conservatives to rise above their post-2012 depression and regain the political initiative. Governor Pat McCrory just signed a law requiring voters to show a valid photo ID for voting, prohibiting same-day registration, and reducing the number of days for early voting from 17 to 10. 8-21-13

WOO HOO! North Carolina

Governor allows

anti-sharia bill to become law

North Carolina became the seventh state to prohibit its judges from considering Islamic law after Gov. Pat McCrory, a Republican, allowed the bill to become law without formally signing it.  The bill became law on Sunday, August 25th.


Religion News The state joins Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Tennessee.  The North Carolina ban is limited to family law; bans in other states are broader, applying to commercial law, contract law and other types of laws.

Supporters hailed the bill as an important safeguard that protects the American legal system from foreign laws that are incompatible with the U.S. Constitution, while critics argued that the bill’s only purpose is to whip-up anti Muslim hatred because the Constitution already overrides foreign laws.

“The intent behind this law is bigoted and it is intended to alienate the Muslim community,” said Jibril Hough, a spokesman for the Islamic Center of Charlotte.



Judges Who Want to be Supremacists
Redefining the First Amendment is a core aim of Barack Obama’s plan to “fundamentally transform the United States.” He is steadily changing the First Amendment’s words, “free exercise” of religion, to the much more restricted notion of freedom of worship. 8-07-13

House Immigration Bill Just As Bad
The Gang of Eight pro-amnesty Senators are trying to con the House of Representatives into passing parts of an anti-American amnesty bill so they can get a Chuck Schumer-dominated conference committee and bamboozle Representatives into going along with their sellout plans. The few pro-amnesty Republican Senators had Marco Rubio as the salesman for the unpopular amnesty bill, and the few pro-amnesty Republicans in the House have Paul Ryan to play the same un-Republican role. 7-31-13

Lies about Trade Agreements
When will Republicans wake up to the way U.S. jobs are betrayed by Barack Obama and the corporate interests that hide under the moniker “free trade”? It’s an embarrassment that Republican powers-that-be have joined with the Obama Democrats to push the new Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. 7-24-13

Government Shutdown Fight Simmers

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  • Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, left, warns House Speaker John Boehner that a deal to increase the federal debt ceiling must be done soon, as Congress and the White House also try to reach a spending deal to avoid a shutdown.
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Common Core Won’t Make Kids Smarter
The new education standards called Common Core won’t make U.S. kids any smarter. The overall Common Core strategy is to raise middle-scoring students a point or two but do nothing to motivate or help the smarter kids or the dumber kids. CC’s goal is to achieve a result like Lake Wobegon, the fictional Minnesota town where “all kids are above average.” 7-17-13

Why I Love Marriage, But Hate Homosexuality

By on August 28, 2013 in General

Why I love marriage, but hate homosexuality, by Theodore Shoebat. Follow me on Facebook Twitter Get the latest book, For God or For Tyranny

Who says they can't agree on anything?

Obama’s surprising ally on Syria: Republicans

Why Republicans Didn’t Win in 2012
At last Republicans can read a coherent explanation of why they didn’t win in 2012, despite high unemployment and a dismal economy, the unpopularity of ObamaCare, and many scandals such as Fast and Furious. 8-14-13

Ann Coulter grades Washington’s stance against



22 House lawmakers demand say in approving Syria military strike

Rebecca Shabad - 08/27/13 03:43 PM ET

The letter from Rep. Scott Rigell said President Obama must get authorization for a strike from Congress. …

Crisis in Syria escalating

Kucinich: Syria strike would turn US into ‘al Qaeda’s air force’

Julian Pecquet - 08/27/13 04:53 PM ET

Airstrikes on Syria would turn the U.S. military into “al Qaeda’s air force,” Kucinich told The Hill.…

Are long-term military strikes on Syria part of US plan?

Evidence: Syrian Rebels used Chemical Weapons (not Assad)

By on August 27, 2013 in Blog, General

By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack Recent news of a chemical weapons attack in Syria smacks of desperation. The question comes down to who is most desperate right now, the Assad regime or the Muslim Brotherhood rebels? Consider that since June, Assad’s forces have been winning. According to a CBS News report from last month,

Did the Saudi Harlot Proposition Putin over Syria?

By on August 27, 2013 in Blog, General

Harlots are emotional wrecks. They are very irrational and borderline schizophrenic. When one takes a look at Saudi Arabia, that country has many of the same characteristics, to be sure. For example, it supports Muslim Brotherhood expansion all over the world financially but is siding with the Egyptian military’s effort to defeat the Brotherhood. In […]

Sen. Cruz: U.S. needs to focus on protecting national security

Syria – Been There Done That, and We’re Going To Do It Again…

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The current, 2013, political discussion about U.S. intervention in Syria is exactly the same conversation from February 2011 about Libya.   Same argument (R2P), same players (Obama, Power, Rice, Jarrett) and same ideology – The only difference is ignoring the anticipated outcome.

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When the Freedom Green Party in Iran stood up in 2009, President Obama said he preferred to “reach out” – The Islamists killed the Freedom Criers.

In Egypt, 2010, Obama played golf, then stood behind al-Qaeda affiliate Mohammed al Zawahiri and Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Morsi – The Islamists killed the Freedom Criers.

In Libya, 2011, Obama played golf, then stood behind “the rebels” led by Mustafa Abdel Jalil, who held the place card for al-Qaeda Benghazi Division -  The Islamists drove the Freedom Criers to Tripoli and now control Eastern Libya, Benghazi, Darna et al.


In Syria, 2011, Obama played golf, then played golf, then played more golf, and then finally played even more golf.

Leading to Syria, 2013.

When Saddam Hussein’s family fled Iraq, where did they go?   Syria.   When Hussein was playing hide-and-seek with the WMD used to kill the Kurds, where did the convoys go?  Syria.

When the Afghanistan fighting season ended in 2011 where did the Ayman al Zawahiri al-Qaeda go?   Egypt and Libya.   When Benghazi started to work on overthrowing Quackdaffy, where did the “rebels” come from?   Egypt, Iraq and Afghanistan.

You see, this is, essentially, a mobile al-Qaeda force compromised of hardline Salafist Islamists, who flow to where the freedom conflict lies, and when they get there they mount their efforts. Continue reading →

“This Country Is No Place For Young Black Men”…. (I mean white men…)

Posted on August 27, 2013 by


msNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry went on a ridiculous diatribe December 3rd 2012, about America not being a safe place for “young black men” because non-black people are refusing to be attacked by them. Same insufferable logic surrounding “The Safari Principle” best identified in the mantra of George Zimmerman should not have gotten out of his car.

THE SAFARI PRINCIPLE - George Zimmerman left his vehicle, oh my!

The hidden subtext could be construed as the following… In modern America, a prudent citizen should know to remain in their vehicle, doors locked, windows up, when there are young black males known to be in the vicinity.

What does this say about our society?

Are we living in a drive through Safari Park?

If we get out of our vehicles we deserve what we get and shouldn’t blame the animals, much less shoot them in self-defense?

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