Family Security Matters
President Barack Obama said Thursday that despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s tie vote, which essentially blocks his immigration plan, the millions of illegal immigrants that he sought to make legal with his executive action will remain a low priority for deportation by his administration.
“Enforcement priorities developed by my administration are not affected by this ruling. This means that the people who might have benefited from the expanded deferred action policies – long-term residents raising children who are Americans or legal residents – they will remain low priorities for enforcement. As long as you have not committed a crime, our limited immigration enforcement resources are not focused on you,” he said.
Socialism: Around the world, nations that have been foolish enough to adopt socialist policies either collapsed or are well on their way to doing so. Why, then, are so many in the U.S. enthralled with the idea?
A quick look at the world’s countries in direst economic shape reveals that many, if not most, have one thing in common: They rely on top-down socialist control, rather than free markets, to run their economies. The former, history amply shows, are doomed to fail. There are no long-term socialist success stories. None.
The Democrat attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands is now targeting 90 conservative and free market groups in a phony and corrupt racketeering scheme meant to silence all opposition to the climate change movement. They have subpoenaed all their records and communications on climate change, even confidential donor information.
The lawsuit is based on the twisted assumption that denial of climate change constitutes fraud and anyone perpetrating it is liable for prosecution under the law.
It’s to silence opponents, allowing radicals, neo-Fascists and revolutionaries to act freely on this issue.
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The Supreme Court
Very interesting, but scary, view.
A number of republican voters have threatened that they won’t vote for the GOP candidate this November if the eventual nominee was not their personal choice in the primaries. I just want to put something into perspective:
· Justice Scalia’s seat is vacant. · Ginsberg is 82 years old, · Kennedy is 79, · Breyer is 77, and · Thomas is 67.
Nowadays, the data shows that the average age of a Supreme Court retirement or death occurs after the age of 75. There are 5 vacancies that will likely come up over the next 4-8 years. The next President will have the power to potentially create a 7-2 Supreme Court skewed according to his or her ideology. Think about that . . . 7-2. If the next President appoints 5 young justices, those choices will guarantee control of the Supreme Court for an entire generation, and 7-2 decisions will hold up much more over time than 5-4 decisions which will be deemed lacking a mandate.Hillary Clinton has made it clear she will use the Supreme Court to go after the 2nd Amendment. She has literally said that the Supreme Court was wrong in the Heller decision and that the Court should overturn and remove the individual’s right to keep and bear arms . . . . period. Everyone declaring that they won’t vote for a particular candidate, if he turns out to be the GOP nominee, please realize this: If Hillary Clinton wins, and thus gets to make these appointments, voters of my age will surely never see another Conservative victory at the Supreme Court for the rest of our lives.
Between his stays in Havana and Buenos Aires, Grabien Crowdsource News counted at least 15 times Obama talked down his employer, The United States of America. That was when he wasn’t dancing the tango and doing the wave with the commie dictator of Cuba while Brussels burned.
Specifically, he said …
- America must have the “courage to acknowledge” its role in Argentina’s human-rights abuses
- America can’t be slow talking about human-rights violations, as we’ve done in Argentina
- The Constitution’s separation of powers makes it hard for America to adapt to the changing times
- America must do more to promote equality
- America needs to reduce discrimination
- America suffers from “political polarization”
- America was built by slaves
- America has too much money in politics
- America has a problem with racially-biased criminal justice system, a racially-biased society, and a legacy of slavery & segregation
- Many American states would have forbidden his biracial parents to marry — had they tried
- Many American schools in the south were segregated when he was young
- American democracy is imperfect
- America’s political process is not pretty, as evidenced by the current 2016 race
- Cuba’s Castro’s more readily sharing his thoughts on where America is “falling short” will help us improve
- He “doesn’t disagree” with Castro’s view that America should provide “free” health care, education, and social security to all
We’d like to add his insane views on communism to help clarify why he insults the USA throughout the world.
Barack Obama told an audience of Argentinian youth that the differences between communism, socialism and capitalism make interesting conversation but just pick whatever works. The ideological-left US president suddenly doesn’t have an affinity for ideology.
He said in the past there was a sharp division between communists, socialists and capitalists but that is merely an intellectual argument and it’s not so today.
Accuracy in Media
When will socialist Democrat Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) be held accountable by the media for his own revolutionary and hateful rhetoric?
“Not Donald Trump, not anyone else will be successful in dividing us based on race or our country of origin,” says Sanders. Meredith Warren, a Republican political analyst and consultant, counters: “But Sanders should take a long look in the mirror. Both he and many of his Democratic cohort, including Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, are fiercely pushing a campaign message specifically intended to divide America along different lines—economic ones.”
Warren, a graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication, where she majored in broadcast journalism, should be congratulated for drawing attention to the media’s double standard.
On one occasion, during an appearance on Iowa public television, Sanders was asked about promoting class warfare. He turned the question around and insisted that class warfare was being waged by the rich against the middle class and the poor.
The problem for Sanders is that his political philosophy is ultimately based on the notion of the elimination of the bourgeoisie—the middle-class owners of property—as set forth in the Manifesto of the Communist Party, written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. “This person must indeed, be swept out of the way, and made impossible,” it says. This is the theory of class warfare.
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The United States is undergoing a political revolution as Bernie Sanders calls it. It is much more than that. It is a totalitarian fascist movement and its participants are ready to become violent.
We see the colleges, politicians, and radical groups shutting down free speech, attempting to take our gun rights away, and invading our privacy at will. That is fascism.
We are going down a dangerous road.
Too many don’t seem to understand this is an existential threat to our way of life. We already have so many fascists and socialists in this country, many of whom are new Americans and indoctrinated college students that, if they all go to vote, we are already a very left-wing nation.
The most amazing aspect of this is the media is completely ignoring it