Hollywood icon Clinton Eastwood appears to be shrugging off an attempted ban by some Hollywood elites against the state of Georgia following that state’s “heartbeat law” meant to help save the lives of the unborn. A cadre of D-list celebrities, hoping to garner some attention for themselves, demanded Hollywood stop producing films and television shows in the southern state. Mr. Eastwood clearly has little interest in supporting their cause. Presently, none of those D-list celebrities appear willing to criticize the entertainment legend for his decision to ignore their attempted war on Georgia.
ATLANTA — Clint Eastwood is making his way back to Atlanta for another production.
The legendary actor is no stranger to these parts of town, Eastwood filmed his action-packed film about a Mexican drug cartel, “The Mule” in several parts of Atlanta during summer 2018.
Eastwood will direct “The Ballad Of Richard Jewell,” and has been in discussions with Disney and Fox about distribution.
It’s a drama based on the life of a security guard whose life was turned upside down in a moment after it was leaked by law enforcement to a reporter that Jewell was a possible suspect in the Olympic Park bombing during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
He went from hero to one of the most hated men in America.
Kathy Bates, Olivia Wilde, Jon Hamm, and Sam Rockwell are all expected to star in the movie.
The news comes on the heels of Georgia’s controversial heartbeat law that is impacting the booming film and television industry.
Alyssa Milano joined over 40 celebrities and dozens of film production representatives from across Georgia signed an open letter to Kemp trying to stop the measure from becoming law — threatening to pull film and TV production out of Georgia.
Eastwood will start production on “The Ballad of Richard Jewell” this summer.
Data Show Counties in 11 States Have More Registered Voters than
Eligible Adult Citizens
(Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch today announced it has sent notice-of-violation letters threatening to sue 11 states having counties in which the number of registered voters exceeds the number of voting-age citizens, as calculated by the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2011-2015 American Community Survey. According to the letters, this is “strong circumstantial evidence that these … counties are not conducting reasonable voter registration record maintenance as mandated under the [National Voter Registration Act] NVRA.” Both the NVRA and the federal Help America Vote Act require states to take reasonable steps to maintain accurate voting rolls.
The 11 states are: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee. The states have 90 days after receiving the letters to address the problem and provide Judicial Watch documentation showing that they have conducted a “statewide effort to conduct a program that reasonably ensures the lists of eligible voters are accurate.” Judicial Watch informed the states that should they fail to take action to correct violations of Section 8 of the NVRA, it would file suit.
Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act requires states to make a reasonable effort to remove the names of ineligible voters from official lists due to “the death of the registrant” or “a change in the residence of the registrant,” and requires states to ensure noncitizens are not registered to vote.
Based on its review of Election Assistance Commission (EAC) data, and more recent U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey and the states’ voter registration records, Judicial Watch found the following counties have more total registered voters than the citizen voting age (18) population:
- Alabama: Choctaw, Conecuh, Greene, Hale, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Perry, Washington, Wilcox.
- Florida: Clay, Flagler, Okaloosa, Osceola, Santa Rosa, St. Johns.
- Georgia: Bryan, Columbia, DeKalb, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Lee, Marion, McIntosh, Oconee.
- Illinois: Alexander, Bureau, Cass, Clark, Crawford, DuPage, Franklin, Grundy, Hardin, Henderson, Jefferson, Jersey, Massac, McHenry, Mercer, Monroe, Pulaski, Rock Island, Sangamon, Scott, Union, Wabash, Washington, White.
- Iowa: Scott, Johnson.
- Kentucky: Anderson, Bath, Boone, Breathitt, Caldwell, Carlisle, Cumberland, Fulton, Gallatin, Greenup, Hancock, Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Kenton, Livingston, Magoffin, McCracken, Menifee, Mercer, Monroe, Oldham, Powell, Russell, Scott, Spencer, Trigg, Trimble, Wolfe, Woodford.
- Maryland: Montgomery.
- New Jersey: Essex, Somerset.
- New York: Nassau.
- North Carolina: Buncombe, Camden, Chatham, Cherokee, Clay, Dare, Durham, Guilford, Madison, Mecklenburg, New Hanover, Orange, Union, Watauga, Yancey.
- Tennessee: Williamson.
In its notice-of-violation letters, Judicial Watch warns that the failure to maintain accurate, up-to-date voter registration lists “required by federal law and by the expectations of [state] citizens” will “undermine public confidence in the electoral process.”
Judicial Watch asked the states to “conduct or implement a systematic, uniform, nondiscriminatory program to remove from the list of eligible voters the names of persons who have become ineligible to vote by reason of a change of residence, death or a disqualifying criminal conviction.” The states are also asked to remove from voter registration lists “noncitizens who have registered to vote unlawfully.”
“Dirty election rolls can mean dirty elections,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “These 11 states face possible Judicial Watch lawsuits unless they follow the law and take reasonable steps to clean up their voting rolls of dead, moved, and non-citizen voters.”
As part of its commitment to the enforcement of the NVRA, Judicial Watch struck a legal victory for clean voter rolls in Indiana, forcing the state to clean up its voter registration lists and overhaul its list-maintenance procedures. Judicial Watch also filed an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of its existing agreement with Ohio to ensure that its voter rolls are up to date. This case is still under way.
Robert Popper is director of Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project. Popper was formerly Deputy Chief of the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department.
Lately, there have been a lot of stories concerning the Islamic State (IS) having training facilities all over the United States, some of the stories say twenty two, some say thirty five. I have come to the conclusion that they are both right, because there is more than one faction of Islamic terrorists here. There are the Muslims of the Americas (MOA), a Pakistani terrorist group led by Sheikh Mubarack Ali Gilani. The Muslim Brotherhood, Muslim Advocates, Council on American Islamic Relations, Sikh Coalition, and Women in Islam, Inc. are a few of the other covert groups. There is one interesting detail that every American needs to be aware of: these people are not creative. They give Muslim-based names to their compounds or the street the compound is on, Aliville, Mecca Center, Holy Islamville, Madinah Village, Islamville Way. There are at least two and as many as four training centers in the state of Georgia. There are another twenty ‘Islamic Centers’ throughout the State. Just to satisfy my curiosity, I googled ‘Islamic State of Middle Georgia.’ Several results showed up—two in Macon, Georgia and one in Centerville, Georgia, that was the one I wanted.
The website was common enough, until you tried to navigate passed HOME. Titles like Child Care, Building Continues, Calendar, and several others titles were blocked unless you were a member. Why would they block ‘Child Care’ or ‘Sunday School’ from someone who wanted to join, but wanted more information, first. Churches do not block any of their ‘public’ website information, they want people to learn everything about their church and hopefully join. The only real information, concerned the cleric’s background and beliefs. This was so politically correctly written that it nauseated me. The hair on the back of my neck tingled and I broke out in a cold sweat. Before I ever entered a church of any kind, I would want to know about their child care. This website was like the front of the building, a facade.
There was a wealth of information on the two training camps that all of the previous stories referenced. The first being Aliville, Odum, Georgia. I could not get a response on mapquest that Aliville even existed. This camp is supposedly located between Odum and Jessup, Georgia. I saw several areas that fit the appearance of what the camps look like from satellite imagery. There is not much in that area, farmland, forests, and swamps, exactly the terrain that these camps are set in. The thing that makes this camp so interesting, is it is centrally located between two nuclear power plants.
The second camp is in Commerce, Georgia, Madinah Village. This is a rather large area with several buildings and trailers, they even boast of a school that must take place around a pine tree, mapquest could not find the building. This ‘commune’, ‘village’, ‘training camp’ is directly linked to Muslims of the Americas also known as Jamaat ul Fuqra. There are videos of Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani at this camp teaching the recruits. One of the key ideas that he preaches is “get close to them, then kill them.” Daniel Pearl found this out the hard way, at the hands of Gilani. Security at this camp is evident everywhere. The recruits are being well trained at this facility. An interesting detail that was revealed, is the mosques, also called Islamic Centers, are multifunctional as religious centers, religious learning centers or schools of some form, and also as recruiting centers.
The FBI and the Regional Organized Crime Information Center know that these are paramilitary training facilities, but cannot do anything about it. There are three major problems. The first, Jamaat ul Fuqru has been linked to over fifty attacks right here, including firebombing a power station in Leesdale, Colorado, but it is not designated as a terror organization, so they cannot move on them. Even though Muslims of the Americas is the English translation for Jamaat ul Fuqru, the U.S. government consider them to be two separate entities. Therefore, law enforcement once again, cannot move on them. And finally, they have First Amendment protection, freedom of Religion. I wonder why the atheists haven’t attacked this religious group like they do Christians.
I do not know what group the Islamic Center of Middle Georgia is affiliated with, but the most likely candidate is Muslims of the Americas. But to be perfectly honest, I do not care what group they are affiliated with and I don’t care what they do in that building. What I do care about is the fact that it is 1.7 miles from my house. They are literally in my backyard. Even more frightening, they are 5.09 miles from a massive Air Force Base that is known to work on top secret, new flight systems.
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/09/islamists-backyard/#kKFF3kYo5mBG7eFD.99
The Daily Sheeple
Four state representatives announced today that they are introducing legislation to block Obamacare in Georgia.
State representative Jason Spencer (R-Woodbine), with three other representatives, will hold a press conference on Monday, Dec. 16 to discuss the proposal.
In a press release, Rep. Spencer explained the bill’s goal:
On Friday, February 3, 2012 the death knell of America the Beautiful tolled across the fifty states and around the world. An administrative judge in the state of Georgia rewrote the Constitution and ruled in favor of putative president Barack Hussein Obama declaring him a Natural Born Citizen and eligible to be on their state ballot.
The entire private sector has been forced to adopt this de facto policy to some extent, but U.S. Cranes, LLC has made it official:
A west Georgia business owner is stirring up controversy with signs he posted on his company’s trucks, for all to see as the trucks roll up and down roads, highways and interstates:
“New Company Policy: We are not hiring until Obama is gone.”
“Can’t afford it,” explained the employer, Bill Looman, Tuesday evening. “I’ve got people that I want to hire now, but I just can’t afford it. And I don’t foresee that I’ll be able to afford it unless some things change in D.C.”
Ruling that the ObamaCare insurance mandate is unconstitutional is like saying that water is wet. Of course it’s an unconstitutional abuse of federal power. If the feds can force people to buy health insurance, there is virtually no limit to the reach of federal meddling into the affairs of life.
In a sense, it’s fortunate that the unmitigated arrogance of Obama, Reid, and Pelosi — as witnessed in the health care “reform” debacle — is pushing even postmodern constitutional jurisprudence to its very limits.
Rapidly growing support for the “Repeal Amendment” – a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow a vote by two-thirds of the states to repeal an act of Congress — symbolizes the intense level of anger Americans have with Washington, according to observers.
In September, Virginia stood alone as the only state where leaders in the state legislature had shown an interest in passing the amendment, but that number has now grown to nine states.