Archive for May, 2012

This is a good first step.

We need to keep up the pressure on the Democrat idiots that would willingly hand over our sovereignty and freedoms to a huge bureaucracy with no accountability to the American people.

Sen. Moran Amendment Accepted to Protect Second Amendment Rights of Americans

“America will not be infringed upon by an organization with little respect for gun rights”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS) introduced an amendment today to protect the rights of American gun owners from the effects of a U.N. Arms Trade Treaty in the Senate Appropriations Committee. The Second Amendment Sovereignty Act passed in committee today and would prevent the Obama Administration from negotiating an Arms Trade Treaty that restricts in any way Americans’ Second Amendment rights, or that regulates the domestic manufacture, possession or purchase of firearms and ammunition – therefore restricting the lawful private ownership of firearms in the United States.

“Our freedoms and our country’s sovereignty are in danger of being undermined. This amendment seeks to reinforce that our country’s sovereignty and firearm freedoms will not be infringed upon by an international organization made up of many countries with little respect for gun rights,” Sen. Moran said. “By prohibiting funding for the negotiation of an Arms Trade Treaty, this amendment will help make certain the rights of Americans are protected. America leads the world in export standards to ensure arms are transferred for legitimate purposes and my amendment will make certain that law-abiding Americans are not wrongfully punished.”

“The United Nations must be prevented from interfering with our constitutional freedoms. Equally important, American taxpayers should not be forced to foot the bill for the U.N.’s efforts to restrict our Right to Keep and Bear Arms,” said Chris W. Cox, executive director for NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action. “The NRA would like to thank Senator Moran for his leadership in offering this amendment to protect American freedom.”

via Sen. Moran Amendment Accepted to Protect Second Amendment Rights of Americans – News Releases – Newsroom – United States Senator Jerry Moran.

Posted: 31 May 2012 in Politics

Agenda 21. Coming to a neighborhood near you!
What’s at stake? Your freedom.


Global warming alarmist Redford to attend elite conference

by Paul Joseph Watson

The attendance of Alberta Premier and global warming alarmist Alison Redford at this year’s Bilderberg conference, during which she will discuss “ecological challenges,” confirms that Agenda 21 and the bid to re-brand the stuttering climate change power grab will be core issues at the elitist confab set to take begin tomorrow.

“According to a government news release, Redford will meet with a number of individuals to discuss topics like monetary policy, ecological challenges and responsible development of natural resources,” reports CBC News.

Redford’s attendance at the clandestine meeting of global power brokers is costing Canadian taxpayers $19,000 dollars.

Her appearance represents yet another example of how Bilderberg is not merely a talking shop but an active consensus-making forum for people in positions of power. Redford will be scheming with power brokers from foreign countries in complete secrecy…

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Today”s Rock Fest is from Disturbed;
This is Guarded:

Interesting read. The death of liberalism has given rise to that garbage that Democrats try to pass off as progressivism. Who could possibly be against progress right? What a load of crap that is. Anyway, here’s a good read from The American Spectator.

JFK and the Death of Liberalism

By Jeffrey Lord

John F. Kennedy, the father of the Reagan Democrats, would have been 95 this week.

May 29th of this week marked John F. Kennedy’s 95th birthday.

Had he never gone to Dallas, had he the blessings of long years like his 105 year old mother Rose, the man immutably fixed in the American memory as a vigorous 40-something surely would be seen in an entirely different light.

If JFK were alive today?

Presuming his 1964 re-election, we would know for a fact what he did in Vietnam. We would know for a fact what a second-term Kennedy domestic program produced. And yes, yes, all those torrent of womanizing tales that finally gushed into headlines in the post-Watergate era (and still keep coming, the tale of White House intern Mimi Alford recently added to the long list) would surely have had a more scathing effect on his historical reputation had he been alive to answer them.

But he wasn’t.


Posted: 31 May 2012 in Politics

Bill Whittle skewers the libtard Chris Hayes.
Liberals suck Democrats suck, Progressives suck, but I repeat myself.

That’s what the title should read, but since it’s Yahoo! news, they won’t lay blame directly at the SCOAMF’s feet either.

Numbnuts is doubling down on stupid. I wouldn’t expect more from him. It’s all about him anyway. Can’t be seen making an apology on his own. What a douche bag. This idiot makes Jimmah Cartah look smart. He even raises Biden’s IQ by comparison.

White House shrugs off Polish apology demands

The White House on Wednesday shrugged off Polish demands to express more than mere ‘regret’ after President Barack Obama mistakenly referred to a Nazi Holocaust site as a “Polish death camp.”

“We regret the misstatement, but that is what it was,” said Obama spokesman Jay Carney, reiterating that the president “misspoke” during a ceremony awarding the highest US civilian honor to late Holocaust hero Jan Karski.

“He was referring to Nazi death camps in German-occupied Poland.”

Poland had earlier insisted that Washington must do more than simply express the “regret” offered by another White House spokesman late on Tuesday, hours after Obama’s use of words deemed offensive by Warsaw.

Obama’s verbal slip overshadowed his posthumous award of the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Karski, a Polish underground officer who provided the Allies with early eyewitness accounts of Nazi genocide against European Jews.

Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk said Obama’s words had hurt all Poles and he expected more from Washington than just regret.

via White House shrugs off Polish apology demands – Yahoo! News Canada.

You need to go and watch the video at Ace’s place. Unprecedented.

We Can’t Allow This Tactic To Succeed

Not just the denigration of success, but the virtual criminalization of supporting your preferred political party. By the Commander in Chief himself.

This is insane. Unprecedented, indeed.

via We Can’t Allow This Tactic To Succeed.

Today’s Rock Fest is in honor of all the Vietnam Vets out there. This year is the 50th anniversary of that war. There’s more info on that here: The United States Of America Vietnam War Commemoration
Today’s Rock Fest is brought to you by Alice in Chains. Here’s Rooster:

It’s hump day!


What a moron. This guy is truly not qualified to hold the position he is in. Fire him in November!

Barack Obama has insulted 38 million Poles with his crass and ignorant ‘Polish death camp’ remark

By Nile Gardiner

President Obama has a long track record of insulting the Poles. In 2010 he chose to play golf on the day of the funeral of the Polish President Lech Kaczynski, the Polish First Lady, and 94 senior officials who perished in the Smolensk air disaster. Eight months earlier he humiliated Warsaw by pulling out of the agreement over Third Site missile defence installations in Poland and the Czech Republic. And last night Barack Obama caused huge offence in Poland by referring to a Nazi death camp in Poland as “a Polish death camp” while awarding the Presidential Medal of Freedom to a Polish resistance fighter. As ABC’s Jake Tapper reported:

Poles and Polish-Americans expressed outrage today at President Obama’s reference earlier to “a Polish death camp” — as opposed to a Nazi death camp in German-occupied Poland.

“The White House will apologize for this outrageous error,” Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski tweeted. Sikorski said that Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk “will make a statement in the morning. It’s a pity that this important ceremony was upstaged by ignorance and incompetence.”

The president had been trying to honor a famous Pole, awarding a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Jan Karski, a resistance fighter who sneaked behind enemy lines to bear witness to the atrocities being committed against Jews. President Obama referred to him being smuggled “into the Warsaw ghetto and a Polish death camp to see for himself.”

The Obama administration has tried to downplay the incident. According to ABC:

National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor said in a statement, “The President was referring to Nazi death camps operated in Poland. The President has demonstrated in word and deed his rock-solid commitment to our close alliance with Poland.”



Polish Premier Demands U.S. Response to Obama Death Camp Remark

By Piotr Skolimowski

Poland demanded a “strong and clear response” from the U.S. after President Barack Obama’s mention of a “Polish death camp” while honoring a Pole who told the world about the Holocaust.

“We can’t accept such words in Poland, even if they are spoken by a leader of an allied country,” Prime Minister Donald Tusk told journalists in Warsaw today. “Saying Polish concentration camps is as if there was no German responsibility, no Hitler.”

Since, 2004 Poland has sought clarifications from several news outlets for the use of a phrase “Polish concentration camps” that were run by the Nazis during the country’s occupation in the World War II, according to the Foreign Ministry’s website. The government has convinced publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle to stop using the phrase.



Obama Nazi death camp gaffe ‘hurt all Poles’: PM


US President Barack Obama’s description of a Nazi German Holocaust site as a “Polish death camp” shocked Poland, whose leaders insist the record be set straight 67 years after World War II.

Obama on Tuesday labeled the Nazi facility used to process Jews for extermination as a “Polish death camp.” The White House later said the president “misspoke” and expressed “regret”.

The linguistic faux pas overshadowed Obama’s posthumous award of the highest US civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, to Jan Karski, a former Polish underground officer who provided early eyewitness accounts of Nazi Germany’s genocide of European Jews.