Wednesday, May 29, 2013

World's number one Nazi Beach: Deputies boot man from Siesta Beach over parrots.

Well I guess the oppressive Obamunist government is trickling down to the world's number one most beautiful beach:  Siesta Key in Sarasota, FL.  Are you seriously kidding me?  You cant brutalize an animal anymore but how dare you bring your pets on a PUBLIC BEACH.  What?  are you going to ban the gulls from flying in too?  Arrest a pelican for eating a fish on the beach?  SARASOTA COUNTY ORDINANCE!!  This government at all levels needs a serious dose of Patrick Henry.  I vote idiots and I do opposition research.  I hope your records' are clean Sarasota County commissioners whether your Republican or Democrat.


A video posted on YouTube by a Siesta Key resident seems like something a visitors bureau would love.

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Former Sarasota resident Wade Pitzer walks with one of his parrots and his daughter on Siesta Key Beach recently.
It is about John Lieurance's love for the beach there, the kind of place, he says and demonstrates, where you can ride your bike on the wet sand and "you can take your parrot!"
The video shows him pedaling casually at the water's edge with his parrot perched happily on a backpack.
I'd say he needs to run a correction now. He's wrong about Siesta Key. It is not at all a place where you can bring a parrot to the beach, thanks to rigid enforcement by the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office.
On Memorial Day, a middle-age visitor from Land O'Lakes — former Sarasota resident Wade Pitzer — had just arrived on the beach with his wife and young daughter. Pitzer had their two small monk parrots on his shoulder.
It was, once again, a scene any visitors' bureau should pay to have flashed around the world. A couple of people had already asked to have their picture taken with him and the birds, Pitzer says.
Then Deputy Christian McGregor approached Pitzer on an ATV and told Pitzer the parrots had to go. A county ordinance bans pets at the beach, the deputy said.
That's true. The ordinance bans dogs and cats "and other pets."
Of course, the beach is much frequented by birds. Gulls, herons, pelicans, egrets, and numerous other wild bird species are all over. Signs advise people to enjoy the birds. And so, I'm guessing parrots were not what county commissioners were worried about when they passed that ordinance.
"I didn't bring my llama or my pig," Pitzer told me.

Wow Barry you've done so well as President.

Every day I work hard, provide for my kids, and keep a positive mental attitude.  But I read stats and again, I'm beside myself why anyone in this country would think this Moron has done anything to help even the poorest.  You want to help people teach them how to make money.  My God this Prepuce of a President believes spoon feeding sheep actually will make them as wealthy as he will be when he makes $100,000 a speech and $10,000,000 when he writes his biography after he is impeach..oops retires.

THIS IS A MUST READ: Obama Must Know All

By FLOYD BROWN, Chief Political Analyst 

It's been over 1,000 years since Pope Gregory V was poisoned at just 27 years old.

But even that invasion of privacy can't compare to what Congress has in store for us.

You see, buried deep within the 800-page immigration bill facing Congress right now is a sinister plot. And it doesn't just affect immigrants - it affects everyone.

"It starts to change the relationship between the citizen and state... fundamentally, it could be the start of keeping a record of all things," said Chris Calabrese, a congressional lobbyist.

What does Mr. Calabrese mean by "a record of all things"?

Well, for starters, the government wants to know the shape of your smile.

They want to record the measurements of your facial structure.

They want to know the details of your iris.

And that's just the beginning.

Under the new immigration bill, the government is seeking the power to make a biometric database of every single adult in the United States, all controlled by the Department of Homeland Security.

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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Your union Boss hard at work

'Like clockwork, he goes to sleep with a cup of soda on the table'

Just go ahead and try to fire won't happen. He's got friends in high places...he's protected by the union.... you know, the Democrats best friend.

Union fat cat Mark Rosenthal spends more time sleeping at his desk than organizing labor, a series of damning photos reveals.

The 400-pound president of Local 983 of District Council 37 — the city’s largest blue-collar municipal-workers union — often downs a huge meal, then drops into dreamland in the early afternoon, members of the union’s executive board told The Post.

IT'S A DREAM JOB: Mark Rosenthal, who pulls in $156,000 a year as head of Local 983 of District Council 37, nods off at his desk during one of a series of postlunch naps that have outraged members of the union’s executive board.
“He eats lunch when he arrives at work at 2 p.m. Then, like clockwork, he goes to sleep with a cup of soda on the table and the straw in it,” said Marvin Robbins, a union vice president.

“Then he wakes up, looks at his watch and says, ‘I have to get out before the traffic gets bad.’ He’s usually out by 4 p.m. after being at the office two hours.”

Rosenthal is a former Parks Department employee who rose to power campaigning to rid the union of corruption in the late 1990s.

He last made embarrassing headlines in 2009, when he inspired a City Council bill requiring jumbo-size ambulances for morbidly obese patients after he had a stroke at City Hall.

Since then, he hasn’t been making much of an effort to give the city’s ambulances a break and slim down. Union officials say he racks up $1,400 in monthly food bills on the union dime.

Much of the 5-foot-7, 400-plus-pound Rosenthal’s food tabs are for catered union events and meals he writes off as “union business,” board members claim.

They say he significantly overorders at eateries like Dallas BBQ, the Stage Door Deli and Pine Restaurant in The Bronx, a hangout for local politicians, and takes the extra food back to his Bronxdale apartment.

“He’s always walking off with a doggie bag or extra boxes of food,” said another executive board member.

Rosenthal, who earns $156,000 annually, yesterday denied being a free spender— and insisted he works “12-to-14-hour days.”

He says the allegations are “part of a smear campaign” by a faction trying to get another Local 983 vice president, Joseph Puleo, elected president in a June 5 showdown.

He said it’s normal for executives to take “power naps.”

He also blamed his meetings with the sandman on the effects of pain medication he takes for backaches he has suffered since he fell through a chair at a McDonald’s last year.

“The chair broke because I’m big,” Rosenthal said.

“I’m 60 years old, so if I eat during my lunch hour and take a little medication, can’t I close my eyes?” he said outside his apartment complex. “Is it so outrageous?”

Rosenthal is also under fire from the union’s executive board for allowing lawyer Arthur Schwartz to allegedly rack up an average of $12,000 a month in union legal fees for years despite being on a $5,500 monthly retainer, board members said.

But Schwartz claims he has submitted only one monthly bill over $10,000 in 15 years representing the union and averages about $7,000 per month in fees.

Puleo called Rosenthal’s allegations “absurd,” adding, “He’s the one using the union’s resources to sue members in good standing.”

The case has since been moved to a federal court in Manhattan with a hearing set for today.

The union represents 3,000 workers — mostly Parks Department peace officers and maintenance workers and NYPD tow-truck operators and other traffic agents that are among the lowest-paid city workers.

But they still fork over $1,080 in annual union dues that help fund Rosenthal’s salary and perks.

Rosenthal has headed the union since 1998, when he won an election under the platform of ridding the union of corruption and alleged mob ties. At the time, he called the union a “cesspool.”

Some members say he was a strong labor advocate for the union in his early years, but his questionable spending and sleeping habits — and alleged lack of attention to union issues — in recent years led to Puleo’s campaign.

He has also ruled the union with little opposition in part because he and Schwartz have strong political connections at City Hall, so members say they were afraid to go up against them until now.

“There was always the fear that he’d use his power to retaliate against anyone who spoke up,” Puleo said.

“He always likes to say he’s a big supporter of Mayor Bloomberg and the fact that the mayor called him to thank him for his support when he was elected.

“I would love to see the mayor’s face if he saw the big sodas that he likes to drink. It’s kind of ironic.”

Obamunist out of control: 6,534 New Govt. Regulations Proposed In Past 90 Days

We all know the Obama Administration loves to create rules and regulations, but this is just ridiculous. In the past 90 days, 6,534 new government regulations have been proposed. Talk about a nanny state…
This statistic demonstrates how bloated and overreaching our federal government has become. The proposed rules aim to control many aspects of our lives, from planting to solicitation of comments.
The economy currently suffers from the number of regulation already in place. Adding more will only make problems worse.



The Hill reports that a panel for the House Judiciary Committeeis investigating whether Attorney General Eric Holder lied under oath during his May 15 Congressional testimony about the Justice Department's surveillance of reporters. When asked about prosecuting reporters, Holder told Congress, "In regard to potential prosecution of the press for the disclosure of material -- that is not something I’ve ever been involved in, heard of, or would think would be wise policy.”


Photo of the Day!!

Saturday, May 25, 2013

You want to impeach Obama????

Hell call for a referendum all .000001 percent of you that actively participates in politics outside of voting. Never happen until you actually know who the hell your state rep is.


Friday, May 24, 2013

VIDEO: Al Franken And Chuck Schumer Haul Ass When Asked About IRS Scandal

Aleister at American Glob sums it up:
“You’ve gotta hand it to Jason Mattera, he certainly has more guts than anyone in the MSM.
Watch below as he confronts Senators Al Franken and Chuck Schumer over the allegation that both of them urged the IRS to investigate conservatives. For once, neither one of them has anything to say.”

I decided to just be fake sick every day

How do I feel about Gun Control?

Shocking!! Since I was a kid I always had a suspicion about LBJ: Former Nixon aide says LBJ arranged JFK’s assassination (Video)

Audio Recordings Capture Moments After JFK Assassination
Newly discovered audio recordings of radio transmissions between White House officials captures the moments just after U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Lyndon B. Johnson, having just been sworn-in as president, calls Rose Kennedy,... Credit:

Former Nixon aide says LBJ arranged JFK’s assassination (Video)

Damian Ghigliotty reported for the MailOnline on May 11, 2013, Former Nixon aide claims he has evidence Lyndon B. Johnson arranged John F. Kennedy's assassination in new book. It is claimed by a renowned Republican strategist and lobbyist...
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Government employee observation

Government employees feel contempt for those who fear them and a deep resentment for those who don't.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Free Download: Life, Correspondence & Speeches of Patrick Henry – Volume One

The Life of PAtrick Henry - Volume One - Book CoverGet a FREE copy of the “Life, Correspondence & Speeches of Patrick Henry – Volume One” by William Wirt Henry
This is the epic story of Patrick Henry, who roused Americans to fight government tyranny—both British and American. Remembered largely for his cry for “liberty or death,” Henry was one of the first (and most colorful) of America’s Founding Fathers—first to call Americans to arms against Britain, first to demand a bill of rights, and first to fight the growth of big government after the Revolution.
As quick with a rifle as he was with his tongue, Henry was America’s greatest orator and courtroom lawyer, who mixed histrionics and hilarity to provoke tears or laughter from judges and jurors alike.

Great paper: The Dangers of Surveillance



From the Fourth Amendment to George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, and from the Electronic Communications Privacy Act to films likeMinority Report and The Lives of Others, our law and culture are full of warnings about state scrutiny of our lives. These warnings are commonplace, but they are rarely very specific. Other than the vague threat of an Orwellian dystopia, as a society we don’t really know why surveillance is bad and why we should be wary of it. To the extent that the answer has something to do with “privacy,” we lack an understanding of what “privacy” means in this context and why it matters. We’ve been able to live with this state of affairs largely because the threat of constant surveillance has been relegated to the realms of science fiction and failed totalitarian states. 

But these warnings are no longer science fiction. The digital technologies that have revolutionized our daily lives have also created minutely detailed records of those lives. In an age of terror, our government has shown a keen willingness to acquire this data and use it for unknown purposes. We know that governments have been buying and borrowing private-sector databases, and we recently learned that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been building a massive data and supercomputing center in Utah, apparently with the goal of intercepting and storing much of the world’s Internet communications for decryption and analysis. 

Although we have laws that protect us against government surveillance, secret government programs cannot be challenged until they are discovered. And even when they are, our law of surveillance provides only minimal protections. Courts frequently dismiss challenges to such programs for lack of standing, under the theory that mere surveillance creates no harms. The Supreme Court recently reversed the only major case to hold to the contrary, in Clapper v. Amnesty International USA, finding that the respondents’ claim that their communications were likely being monitored was “too speculative.” 

But the important point is that our society lacks an understanding of why (and when) government surveillance is harmful. Existing attempts to identify the dangers of surveillance are often unconvincing, and they generally fail to speak in terms that are likely to influence the law. In this Article, I try to explain the harms of government surveillance. Drawing on law, history, literature, and the work of scholars in the emerging interdisciplinary field of “surveillance studies,” I offer an account of what those harms are and why they matter. I will move beyond the vagueness of current theories of surveillance to articulate a more coherent understanding and a more workable approach. 

At the level of theory, I will explain why and when surveillance is particularly dangerous and when it is not. First, surveillance is harmful because it can chill the exercise of our civil liberties. With respect to civil liberties, consider surveillance of people when they are thinking, reading, and communicating with others in order to make up their minds about political and social issues. Such intellectual surveillance is especially dangerous because it can cause people not to experiment with new, controversial, or deviant ideas. To protect our intellectual freedom to think without state over-sight or interference, we need what I have elsewhere called “intellectual privacy.” A second special harm that surveillance poses is its effect on the power dynamic between the watcher and the watched. This disparity creates the risk of a variety of harms, such as discrimination, coercion, and the threat of selective enforcement, where critics of the government can be prosecuted or blackmailed for wrongdoing unrelated to the purpose of the surveillance. 

At a practical level, I propose a set of four principles that should guide the future development of surveillance law, allowing for a more appropriate balance between the costs and benefits of government surveillance. First, we must recognize that surveillance transcends the public/private divide. Public and private surveillance are simply related parts of the same problem, rather than wholly discrete. Even if we are ultimately more concerned with government surveillance, any solution must grapple with the complex relationships between government and corporate watchers. Second, we must recognize that secret surveillance is illegitimate and prohibit the creation of any domestic-surveillance programs whose existence is secret. Third, we should recognize thattotal surveillance is illegitimate and reject the idea that it is acceptable for the government to record all Internet activity without authorization. Government surveillance of the Internet is a power with the potential for massive abuse. Like its precursor of telephone wiretapping, it must be subjected to meaningful judicial process before it is authorized. We should carefully scrutinize any surveillance that threatens our intellectual privacy. Fourth, we must recognize that surveillance is harmful. Surveillance menaces intellectual privacy and increases the risk of blackmail, coercion, and discrimination; accordingly, we must recognize surveillance as a harm in constitutional standing doctrine. Explaining the harms of surveillance in a doctrinally sensitive way is essential if we want to avoid sacrificing our vital civil liberties. 

I develop this argument in four steps. In Part I, I show the scope of the problem of modern “surveillance societies,” in which individuals are increasingly monitored by an overlapping and entangled assemblage of government and corporate watchers. I then develop an account of why this kind of watching is problematic. Part II shows how surveillance menaces our intellectual privacy and threatens the development of individual beliefs in ways that are inconsistent with the basic commitments of democratic societies. Part III explores how surveillance distorts the power relationships between the watcher and the watched, enhancing the watcher’s ability to blackmail, coerce, and discriminate against the people under its scrutiny. Part IV explores the four principles that I argue should guide the development of surveillance law, to protect us from the substantial harms of surveillance.

126 Harv. L. Rev. 1934 (2013) | DOWNLOAD PDF | WESTLAW 

IRS' Lerner: ‘I have not done anything wrong,’ then pleads Fifth

So if the IRS targets you, plead the fifth.

WASHINGTON – Lois Lerner, head of the IRS tax exempt organizations division, told the House Oversight Committee that she had done nothing wrong before invoking her Fifth Amendment right to remain silent and not testify.
“I have not done anything wrong,” Lerner said in a brief opening statement. “I have not broken any laws, I have not violated any IRS rules and regulations, and I have not provided false information to this or any other congressional committee.”

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Monday, May 20, 2013


Fox News reports that three Fox staffers, two reporters and one producer, were targeted by Barack Obama's Justice Department. Fox doesn't have all the details yet on reporter William La Jeunesse and producer Mike Levine, but their emails showed up in a IG report regarding Fast and Furious. Either their emails were leaked by the Justice Department officials they were sent to, or the email accounts of both were subpoenaed and invaded by government investigators.

Strange: Official Behind IRS Scandal Met With Obama the Day Before

There’s a good chance that we’ll never have an actual paper trail to Obama linking him to the IRS attempt to rig the election in his favor. The reason is that there might not be a paper trail — it might have been arranged verbally.
As we’ve talked about before, Obama had publicly sent dozens of “nudges” to the IRS, suggesting that certain Romney donors were committing financial crimes and should be investigated. They ended up being just that — investigated.
Now we know that the day before the IRS began targeting the Tea Party for 2 years before the 2012 election, Obama met with the union leader of the IRS. This leader is an outspoken, long-time critic of the Tea Party. Remember, there are no coincidences in Washington.

And you want the FED to control your healthcare??

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Researchers Create “Hate Map” of the U.S. With Twitter Data

This is interesting:

Mencken Quote of the day

“Under democracy one party always devotes its chief energies to trying to prove that the other party is unfit to rule—and both commonly succeed, and are right.” 
― H.L. Mencken, Minority Report

On Political Risk & Terrorism, U.S. Riskier Than Botswana

The Middle East and major oil producing nations in that part of the world remain the worst places for terrorism on Earth. But when it comes to political risk and social unrest, the United States isn’t much better than Botswana, says risk management consulting firm Aon Plc of the U.K.
When it comes to civilian unrest and the likelihood of being injurred in a terrorist attack, the United States still ranks as one of the safest around, but not as safe as — believe it or not — Botswana.  Even Namibia is considered safer in terms of political risk, civilian unrest and acts of terrorism.  So saysthe latest political risk map by U.K. based Aon Plc, a risk management firm.
Businesses often use political risk in assessing whether or not to invest in a country.  On a scale from 1 to 5, with 5 being the most risky, the U.S ranks like most of Western Europe, at No. 2.  While that number is low, it is not as safe as other countries, namely Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Switzerland and Finland.

Saturday, May 18, 2013

James Dobson: IRS Stonewalled Christian Family Org for Being 'Critical of the President'


Dr. James Dobson was a guest on the Hannity show Friday night to talk about the treatment his Christian, pro-family, group, Family Talk Action got from the IRS when they applied for a 501(c)(4), a process he said “went on and on and on” for 19 months.

When his lawyer called the IRS to find out what the problem was, an IRS rep named Medley told him, “we don’t think we’re going to approve your application.” When he asked, why, she answered, "because you’re a right wing organization, and you’re political, and you’ve been critical of the President and we don’t think you give other people an opportunity to express their views, and besides that – you’re not educational.” An answer Dr. Dobson took great umbrage at.
“Do you want to rewrite your application and resubmit it?” she asked Dobson's lawyer.  He answered, “no, we’ll just have to litigate”, and about eight days later they got their 501(c)(4).

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Friday, May 17, 2013

Bombshell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!: White House Knew of IRS Scandal 5 Months Before Election

The New York Times is now reporting that the Obama administration did in fact know of the IRS targeting of Tea Party groups a full 5 months before the election. Linking this to Obama himself will likely be more difficult, but it’s pretty clear at this point that his administration knew exactly what was going on, and they covered it up for until after the election.
Remember, the low-level workers busted for the scandal point-blank say they were just following orders from up above. We already knew this led to somewhere in Washington. The fact that it actually leads to the Obama administration itself is proof that this isn’t just a small-time scandal — this should end Obama’s presidency. He should resign or be impeached, immediately.

Quote of the Day

“The very best thing you can do for the whole world is to make the most of yourself.” 
― Wallace D. Wattles

Thursday, May 16, 2013



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The Benghazi lies/scandal should alone be enough to initiate significant pressure on Congress to deal with Obama via their constitutional process of impeachment. The IRS scandal, however, should seal the deal. Especially if the following is true.
Trey Hardin: “I will tell you this on the IRS front. I’ve worked in this town for over 20 years in the White House and on Capitol Hill and I can say with a very strong sense of certainty that there are people very close to this president that not only knew what the IRS were doing but authorized it. It simply just does not happen at an agency level like that without political advisers likely in the West Wing certainly connected to the president’s ongoing campaign organization.”
Hardin didn’t say it was the President specifically, but if this is the office of the President directly involved in the IRS political enemy scandal then we have serious problems that need serious punishment.


IRS: Toilet of the day!!



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