Hillary shares Obama’s class warfare mentality

October 26, 2014

Liberal focus remains on disparagement of job creating businesses

“Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs,” Hillary says.

“You know that old theory? Trickle-down economics. That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly. You know, one of the things my husband says when people say, ‘Well, what did you bring to Washington?’ he said, ‘Well, I brought arithmetic.”

This is Hillary Clinton’s “you didn’t build that” moment. Americans have been forewarned that another four years of Obamanomics could be right around the corner.

Oct. 24, 2013:

July 12, 2012:

Pay attention. As Shakespeare stated so eloquently, “What’s past is prologue.”


Montgomery asks 9th Circuit to keep law denying bond to criminal illegals

October 25, 2014

Next step: Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is asking a federal appeals court to delay the implementation of a recent ruling that allows illegal aliens who are charged with a serious felony to be released on bail. In an emergency motion filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Montgomery requested that the matter be returned to the district court to consider the possible dangers of releasing suspected criminals who pose a flight risk. He also argues that the appeals court ruling in Lopez-Valenzuela v. Arpaio will force Arizona courts to reconsider bail determinations for hundreds of pending criminal trials and overturn a law Arizona voters passed by an overwhelming margin in 2006. Proposition 100 passed 1,170,961 – 332,461 as a Constitutional Amendment.

“In requesting the case to be remanded to the Arizona District Court, we are seeking a fair opportunity to present objective evidence in support of upholding the no bail provision implemented by Proposition 100,” Montgomery said. “Rather than jettison an Arizona Constitutional provision in effect for eight years, the next step should be to resolve the issue of whether Arizona’s interest in detaining without bail serious offenders who are unlawfully present is based on objective data. Respect for federalism, the Tenth Amendment, and the realities of the environment in which Arizona must address public safety concerns call for a full and fair opportunity to present the facts,” he added.

If a stay of the appeals court ruling is not granted, Montgomery will prepare a petition to the U.S. Supreme Court to review the opinion.


Celebrate unity — diversity is nothing to cheer

October 24, 2014

Assimilation binds, separatism divides Americans

In January 1994, speaking in Milwaukee, then-vice president Al Gore gave a speech in which he appeared to have mistakenly translated the Latin-based national motto E Pluribus Unum as “Out of One, Many.”

“E Pluribus Unum,” our nation’s motto—- actually translates to “Out of Many, One,” and celebrates unity. People of various cultures and backgrounds joining together, with common goals, and the glue of a unifying language, uniting as Americans for their mutual benefit as well as that of our country.

The concept is uniquely American and has proven successful for countless generations.

As Michael Barone wrote about Gore in his book The New Americans: How the melting pot can work again, “one might guess that this was an inadvertent error, or evidence that Gore did not take Latin at St. Albans or Harvard. Except that in the words that followed he made it clear that they had come out as intended: “You all share the American belief that there is strength in all our differences,” he said, “that we can build a collective civic space large enough for all our separate identities.

Separate identities.

Here Gore fundamentally aligned himself with a view widely prevalent among his fellow leftist partisans. So it comes as no surprise that the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) would run a front page, mega article titled, “A patchwork of diversity in valley.” It neatly dovetails with its parent Gannett publication, the hotel throwaway USAToday, stuck in the middle of the República to provide heft. That front page is nearly orgasmic in it’s breathless “Special Report” celebrating “The changing face of America.” The headline is “Second immigration wave reshapes nation —- by 2060, a new mosaic.”

Celebrating diversity has thrust us backwards, crushing meaningful reforms. Now, however, the separatism is self-imposed. With the advent of racially based college dorms and separatist race-based studies programs, we have a permanently aggrieved society where status is achieved through victimhood. Minority/majority residents of congressional, state legislative and city council districts have come to believe that only a representative of a specific race can comprehend “their” issues, engaging in ugly, Balkanized battles, fueled by once respected leaders.

Worse is the divisive concept of hyphenated Americans. As an example, people whose families have no familiarity with Africa refer to themselves as African-Americans.

Gore was mocked for what was widely regarded as a mistake. Yet he should have been praised by his allies in the institutional left, because it is precisely how they view the uniquely American idea of the melting pot. They despise the concept of assimilation. Liberals don’t want us all to melt into a common culture and set of ideals, where legal immigrants proudly claim our nation‘s history as their own. Far better, goes their logic, is dividing us along racial, ethnic and class lines because in their minds, far more separates us than unites us. Besides, those of European ancestry have had their day in the sun.

The Arizona Republic is a perfect example of such a corrosive mindset.


Mark Brnovich speaks to voters

October 23, 2014

Mark Brnovich is running as the Republican candidate for Arizona Attorney General.

His most recent campaign ad can be heard here.


Religion of Peace update: Canada addresses home grown terrorism

October 22, 2014

Violence calculated to intimidate Canadians after joining the war against ISIS jihadists meets strong resistance from PM Harper

 Unlike the United States where the word “terrorist” is verboten, Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper swiftly described the perpetrator of a “brutal and violent” attack on the Parliament complex in Ottawa Wednesday as “terrorist,” in his address to the nation.

Michael Joseph Hall, 32, a recent convert to Islam, who changed his name to Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, shot and killed young reservist, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, as he stood guard at the National War Memorial. The gunman then attempted to storm Parliament where he was shot down.

““We will not be intimidated. Canada will never be intimidated,” PM Harper said in his TV address to the nation.

“This will lead us to strengthen our resolve and redouble our efforts and those of our national security agencies to take all necessary steps to identify and counter threats and keep Canada safe here at home, just as it will lead us to strengthen our resolve and redouble our efforts to work with our allies around the world and fight against the terrorist organizations who brutalize those in other countries with a hope” of attacking Canada, the Prime Minister was quoted as saying in the Globe and Mail newspaper. Like Reagan, Harper has made the military and security hallmarks of his administration, rather than slashing them to pre-WWII levels, cutting $ billions in military spending and leaving us vulnerable, as Barack Obama has done.

Prime Minster Harper’s strong resolve showed not a trace of equivocation, or inclination to refer to the crime perpetrated by a radicalized Islamic terrorist as “workplace violence.”

The killer had been on the radar of federal investigators, who feared he had jihadist ambitions. They seized his passport when he tried to travel to Turkey, calling him a “high risk traveler.”


Imperial Obama opens illegal floodgates to alter USA after Nov. 4

October 22, 2014

Unilaterally setting in motion massive scheme to nullify America’s sovereign border

This Washington Times editorial tells of Barack Obama’s ultimate goal of fulfilling his pledge to “fundamentally transform the United States of America” —- making our nation unrecognizable. Undergirding this scheme is his meme to permanently increase the Democrat voter base, while rendering Republicans to history’s political trash heap.

According to the Washington Times, the Obama regime intended to remain silent about its plans to implement these executive amnesty policies, circumventing congress. They know that revealing a scheme of this magnitude —- to brazenly open the floodgates of amnesty —- would be disastrous on the eve of the critical midterm elections, where Democrats are already working double time to back away from the failure of Obamaism and its disastrous policies.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently threw open the door to as many as 100,000 Haitians, who will now move to the United States without a visa. Earlier this month the agency solicited a printer able to handle a “surge” of 9 million green cards “to support possible future immigration-reform initiative requirements.” In an ordinary year, about 1 million green cards are issued, and over the life of this contract the company is expected to produce up to 34 million cards, a figure representing an increase of the population of the United States by 10 percent.

No wonder Obama wants to wait until after the upcoming November elections to impose his egregious scheme that will further depress the U.S. economy and displace American workers. Gallup polling finds fewer than one in four Americans favor increased expanding visas and immigration. In fact, more Americans of both parties think immigration should be decreased rather than increased —- and by a nearly two-to-one margin, 41% vs. 22%.

Barack Obama and his liberal minions, keen on transforming America into an unrecognizable nation, are diligently at work to accomplish this contemptible deed.

American citizen voters can get to work on stopping the transformation on Nov. 4.

 U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) a steadfast voice exposing amnesty schemes  says it best, “Never in recent memory has the divide between the everyday citizen and the political elite been as wide as it is now. A sovereign nation establishes rules about who can enter, work, and live within its borders. In every imaginable way, the President has worked to dismantle these rules -— on the border, in our courts, through our visa system, through our asylum system, through our exit-entry system. And with this planned executive action, the President proposes to scrub away what remains of these rules. And Senate Democrats will have been partners in its commission.”

National Review and Politico have each written substantiating reports on this appalling topic.

Even the left leaning Associated Press-GfK poll released Tuesday, acknowledges that most of the nation’s likely voters now expect the Republican Party to take control of the U.S. Senate with 7 in 10 expressing dissatisfaction with current leadership. Women are also moving sharply into the GOP camp. The still faltering economy remains the top priority for likely voters — 91 percent call it “extremely” or “very” important. The GOP has increased its advantage as the party more trusted to handle the issue.

Flooding our nation with millions of people competing for fewer jobs will lower America’s overall standard of living.

Vote Republican!  It’s our last best hope.


Healthy children dying from illness prevalent in Central America

October 21, 2014

Americans are becoming ever more wary as they watch the Obama regime’s mismanagement of the Ebola crisis. Increasing concerns about the spread of the deadly virus and other disease threats are given basis in fact via this shocking Judicial Watch report detailing that the administration is “actively formulating plans” to admit Ebola infected non-citizens into the U.S. for treatment.

Adding to the potential epidemic distress is the under-reported invasion of Enterovirus (EV-D68) —- a disease with roots in Central America. A medical study conducted last year at the U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit in Lima, Peru corroborates the need for vigilance. Published in Virology Journal, the study is titled “Human rhinoviruses and enteroviruses in influenza-like illness in Latin America.”

The Texas Tribune reports that respiratory illnesses have repeatedly been confirmed among  the “unaccompanied minors” being dispersed throughout the United States. Doctors providing medical care for those illegally entering and subsequently being released by U.S. Border Patrol in advance of their court dates, say those recent detainees were not appropriately screened or treated for illness while in federal custody.

Enterovirus EV-D68 arrived here with the hordes of children carrying Third-World diseases into the U.S.  How many classrooms have been contaminated and once-healthy American children exposed?

The tragic death of Luke Smith, a Peoria, Ariz. first-grader who exhibited symptoms of a severe respiratory condition before succumbing to the disease raises questions. After his death was announced school attendance plummeted as concerned parents kept their children home. KPHO-TV-5 (video) has more.

That horrific news was followed by this KTVK TV-3 report (video) of a healthy Valley infant who died of complications of Enterovirus rhinovirus just days ago. 

Reuters reports the virus strain has infected nearly 700 people, most of them children, in 46 states and the District of Columbia since mid-August, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

H/T azgary

 


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