The Two Faces of Jodell Nauert – Country Singer by Night, Child Killing Vampire by Day ... It sounds a little like the premise for a horror film ... But it's true! Here she is jamming with Charlie Daniels, who is an outspoken conservative Christian. Does he know she owns three abortion mills? I doubt it.
I have to admit, when I first saw this, I thought there must be two Jodell Nauerts – the daughter of the late abortionist George Michael Nauert – and the country music singer of JoDell and the Mountain Road Band. Then I found that the home of the country singer is in town of Tarpon Springs, Florida. To my amazement, it turns out they are the same person.
I still find it hard to believe, but it is true.
Here’s the story. Abortion clinic chain owner George Michael Nauert died on April 27, 2007. The last time he appears on the Women’s Health Center corporation papers is November 2007. His wife, Marsha Nauert, also appeared on his corporation papers from 1977 until the time of their divorce on November 14th, 1984. Jodell Nauert was listed as the only other officer at the time of her father’s death.
Jodell Nauert is now the president of three abortion mill corporations (the Sarasota mill closed a few years back.) She’s not a medical doctor like her father, but simply the owner of abortuaries in North Tampa, St. Pete and Clearwater.
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By James Wesley, Rawles on October 2, 2011 6:28 PM
I'm a country kid who never knew other people were hopelessly dependent on "the system". I got interested in being prepared while serving as a US Marine during a Mountain Warfare and Survival course in Bridgeport, California. I now live in Wyoming which has just opened up concealed carry to responsible citizens without having to have permit.
While reading your books you've talked about employment near a retreat in the American Redoubt. I work for the Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC). They pay very well and offer a retirement following 20 years of service. New officers start out at about $17 an hour with no state income tax. The two main facilities work four days-on and four-off, on twelve hour shifts. If you research the locations of our facilities all of them offer immediate access to remote areas that are defensible and offer year round hunting and fishing with water sources. I recommend Wyoming. It's reasonably affordable to live here. [Some deleted, for OPSEC.] The WDOC is always hiring.
Thanks, - W.K.
These two photos say it all. Just look at the paraphernalia this egocentric, pompous carries into a school to speak to small children!
Still needs t have the podium, the teleprompters, the lights, the black boxes, and the secret service guy in back to be on the look-out for any terrorist type 8-year-olds with Tea Partying parents.
What about the other President:Here’s what the last guy needed.
You remember… the dumb one…
They came for the Confederate flags but I had none, so I did nothing. Then they came for the Confederate statues, but I had never even seen one, so I did nothing. Next they came for the state songs, but I didn’t even know what my state song was, so I did nothing. Now they’ve come for me, and there are no Southerners left. . . .--Florence King
They Came For The Confederate Flags......
The White House now admits, "Yeah, we knew about it. Yeah, we talked about it. Yeah, we briefed our superiors about it. But we didn't KNOW guns were being walked." Of course, we cannot know that until we get all the internal emails, now can we?
I have only one other comment on this ridiculous "defense":
When Hitler ordered the blitzkrieg on Poland, he didn't ask his generals what tactics they were going to use.
- Fort Myers FL cop investigated after witness claims he fatally shot suspect in back after he dropped gun & was laying face-down from being shot in the chest.  http://t.co/pmQp7w3Z
- Culpepper Co VA deputy charged w/assault for beating restrained detainee in incident that cost 4 others their jobs  http://t.co/wN9OqKg0
- Hall Co GA deputy subject of suit by man alleging deputy erased audio tapes after beating & falsely arresting him  http://t.co/F445Aeb8
- 2 Texas DPS officers indicted for official oppression for allegedly mistreating 2 detained men while off duty  http://t.co/4OYswBbd
- 3 Albuquerque NM cops investigated after accused of performing cavity searches on suspect in front of kids in public http://t.co/dfaxwJQ4
- Clovis NM settles suit for $1.05mil to family of woman who died in crash w/cop facing trial for vehicular homicide  http://t.co/yLUh2dyK
- Boulder CO settles suit for $80k to mentally ill woman tasered thru screen door in home after throwing wine on cop  http://t.co/5sNFMv1w
- 2 Powder Springs GA cops investigated after choking, beating & tasering man on dashcam when he reacted to grope  http://t.co/Yi8rQA8d
- Shelby Co OH sheriff already charged w/sexual battery now indicted on 5 counts misuse of police database  http://t.co/1wSJSmjO
- Gaitlinburg TN cop gets judicial diversion to clear record after probation in plea to assaulting couple at bar  http://t.co/RK7B2NKw
- Ottawa ON cop demoted over inappropriate relationship with domestic assault victim in case he investigated  http://t.co/GyUgDn8q
- Fair Oaks TX cop sentenced to 2yrs prison in fed stalking case for sending explicit pics of woman to her coworkers  http://t.co/NDze943u
- Easton PA cop charged w/theft after resigning for stealing $375 from lost wallet then throwing wallet in dumpster  http://t.co/YaLVEEzg
- Houston TX Baptist Univ police officer arrested on possession of cocaine with intent to deliver charges  http://t.co/tHV2on2u
- Levy Co FL deputy arrested for possession & selling controlled substances after state investigation  http://t.co/v22tCJAk
- US Border Patrol agent still on leave for attempt to smuggle 745lbs of pot arrested for possession at traffic stop  http://t.co/58J3T9kM
- Concord CA ex-cop sentenced to 18mo prison for role in marijuana grow op, dept won’t say if he was cop at time  http://t.co/Pp6S79AU
- New Orleans LA cop in charge of red light cam program accused of using device that makes plates invisible to cams  http://t.co/YYrDdW0R
- Tarentum PA cop who also works for East Deer PA PD arrested on DUI charges after crashing into parked truck  http://t.co/riMPIP6z
- Pennsylvania state liquor control officer arrested on DUI charges w/.117 BAC after crashing state-owned vehicle  http://t.co/TjM4z7DR
- Norwich CT cop on paid leave resigns to end investigation into allegations of unspecified “improper activity”  http://t.co/wQRvYfPk
I long for the days when men were men. I long for the days when this nation meant more to people than just a residence, just a job, just a position within their community. I long for a day when the promises of liberty were more than just words on marble monuments.TL In Exile
I don't think I am alone in this, but it vexes me that when I stand I stand largely alone. That when I lay down my life and treasure that only a few are willing to stand next to me and do the same with theirs. I can recount several over the Guardians of Liberty time, but where have they gone, what have they done since I have been surveilled, harassed by the IRS and lost my business? Have they moved the ball? I question not their willingness, nor their devotion to liberty, only their effectiveness. There are those, Kerodin and Pete and if you know those individuals you know that I hold them in great regard, that they are brothers in liberty. I have seen Mike pursue and take Gunwalker, along with the other Mike, to the very brink of catastrophic scandal that the Obama Administration so greatly deserves. I have seen others like Brock continue to beat the drum. There are many in the Second Amendment movement who do as much as they can to raise awareness and demand liberty, RTC (either one), Dudley from Rocky Mountain, Arctic Patriot, Alvie, Green Mountains Homesteading, etc, etc.
Do I have to name them all? We know who the action folks are, but where are the others? For so long we have hammered away at the wall of government, we have paid the dues of those who risk everything for liberty and yet there is little being accomplished. I am no better. After beating the drum with Guardians and the lack of accomplishment that organization produced I burrowed in and worked to make my world safe for my family. I ventured out and was distracted by my own pursuits. I will come back when needed, I tell myself.
I hear of Van Jones raising the stakes. The minorities will rattle the cages this election, which is code for intimidate white voters so Obama can be re-elected. Is this ultimately America? Is fear the true enemy of liberty? Do we sacrifice everything to save our skins, or do we pony up? Do we know what that means? Is it time for the racial minorities to overcome the largely white-dominated culture and if so, is that only possible through threats of violence? Look, if minorities seek to band together to accomplish something politically, what could be more American? But, if the implied threat is to another race, is that somehow noble? Minorities are often trampled in a popular election, that is just how it works, it is not racially motivated, it is a numbers game, it is a motivation game, but like so many Cinco de Mayo parades, it is a "sticking it to the man" mentality that pervades.
Were America the racially antagonistic place some minorities would like to project, there never could have been a President Obama. I like the fact that a black man has been president. I like the fact that as a nation we are capable of choosing our president based on eloquence, even, rather than race, that the Obama Administration has largely been a failure, even to his most ardent supporters tells one more about the man and his ideology than the color of his skin. The fact that he enjoys making his race a bigger factor than it has ever been shows the shallowness of his soul, not the legitimacy of his claim.
We are Americans and part of us are from a different race, that is a fact. But, we are all Americans. We select from Americans to lead us, regardless of race, or of ethnicity. I like Herman Cain, but blacks will call him every name they can to suggest that he is not "right," that somehow his views make him less black. I don't like Herman Cain because he is black, I like him because he is conservative and that most of his views are my views. Liberal blacks hate him because he intimates the unspoken truth that his color has nothing to do with his popularity among whites. It destroys the narrative that they have so carefully nurtured. He is proof that the racial factor is truly no factor in our decisions or our support.
I would like to see every race embrace the values and principles of the Constitution and I think blacks are being poorly served when they are asked to support Democrats on the idea that somehow they will deliver the spoils to them based on race. That is a cynical view of America that only liberals would advance, only those among us who do not see value in all that we have been through as a nation struggling with the evil of slavery over these many decades and now closing in on centuries. We cannot change the past, we can only seek to overcome the mistakes of our forebears and forgive me for believing we have come a long damn way from those policies and practices that ever allowed it. The truth of history is that America never wanted slavery, that is was imposed upon us by the British, who reaped great financial rewards in its employ by shipping and delivering those souls into bondage. I have read enough wills in my time to recognize that most (many?) slaves were given freedom. I know that at the time of the Civil War there were more free blacks in the South than in the North. But these are lost facts to those determined to keep the myth of racism alive.
There are racists. I do not mean to imply that there are not, but the ratio is minuscule. Obama is proof that we have put that issue aside and were he conservative, his policies would have worked and he would have already been hailed as one of our greatest presidents, not the successor to the Carter legacy. It is liberalism that has failed the blacks, not America.
Were this not true liberty would be on the minds of all races. Were this not true we would be brothers in arms to demand our rights and to stand aside one another as brothers against tyranny and oppression. The spoils of a great nation cannot be delivered unto one race or another, it must be earned by diligence in the pursuit of happiness, i.e. liberty. The label of racism is granted to anyone struggling against the power of the federal government as a reflex. But, even to proffer that insinuation is to admit that minorities are dependent upon the government and unable to stand apart from it, a racist declaration if ever I heard one.
Let not Van Jones be right, let us all seek liberty and aid those who are engaged in the fight this very day. Together we can reap the rewards of ambition, divided we are but a weak and unworthy people.
Posted by T.L. Davis
It was first reported in January of last year that the Obama administration had compiled a hit list of American citizens whom the President had ordered assassinated without any due process, and one of those Americans was Anwar al-Awlaki. No effort was made to indict him for any crimes (despite a report last October that the Obama administration was “considering” indicting him). Despite substantial doubt among Yemen experts about whether he even had any operational role in Al Qaeda, no evidence (as opposed to unverified government accusations) was presented of his guilt. When Awlaki’s father sought a court order barring Obama from killing his son, the DOJ argued, among other things, that such decisions were “state secrets” and thus beyond the scrutiny of the courts. He was simply ordered killed by the President: his judge, jury and executioner. When Awlaki’s inclusion on President Obama’s hit list was confirmed, The New York Times noted that “it is extremely rare, if not unprecedented, for an American to be approved for targeted killing.”
After several unsuccessful efforts to assassinate its own citizen, the U.S. succeeded today (and it was the U.S.). It almost certainly was able to find and kill Awlaki with the help of its long-time close friend President Saleh, who took a little time off from murdering his own citizens to help the U.S. murder its. The U.S. thus transformed someone who was, at best, a marginal figure into a martyr, and again showed its true face to the world. The government and media search for The Next bin Laden has undoubtedly already commenced.
By Russell D. Longcore
International: The German Parliament voted overwhelmingly to authorize more bailouts for European Union members. What the hell are they thinking? Germany’s economy is just about the only one of the 17-member EU whose economy isn’t in the toilet. But that won’t last long at this rate. Remember…16 leeches…1 host.
International II: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was rushed to a hospital with reported kidney failure. Hugo’s also been battling cancer lately, and it looks like he might be assuming room temperature soon. What will happen to communism in Venezuela without Chavez?
The Nation: Alabama’s strict immigration law was upheld in the court of Chief U.S. District Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn. Her ruling will begin requiring public schools to determine the legal residency of children. She also gave authorization for police to detain people, stopped for any reason, if they are suspected of being in the USA illegally and can’t produce proper documentation. The Obama Administration’s collective panties are in a wad. They certainly don’t want to handle immigration, but they can’t stand anyone else doing it. Kind of like a girl with a stalker boyfriend.
The Nation II: Anwar al Awlaki, an American citizen and Muslim cleric, was assassinated IN YEMEN by a CIA drone. Barack Obama personally ordered this murder. Three others were killed in the attack. Awlaki was afforded no due process as any American citizen deserves. No effort to arrest this man was made. Barry became this man’s judge, jury and executioner. Children, can you count all the ways that this is wrong? Last time I checked, ordering a hit on another person is First Degree Murder. But I guess when you’re in the DC government, it’s OK. By the way, just exactly when is it OK for military personnel to disobey an unlawful order? If this incident doesn’t qualify, nothing does. Are there any Oath Keepers in the military?
Religion: Next Wednesday, the US Supreme Court will hear an argument about a religious organization’s exemption from “anti-discrimination” laws. It started when a teacher at a Lutheran school fell ill and was out of work for seven months. The school hired a replacement and asked the sick teacher to resign. She sued. The religious school holds that it should not be held to the terms of the American With Disabilities Act. Why should THEY get a special break? ALL of us should get to ignore DC more.
Economy: For the first time in over five months, this week’s new unemployment claims DROPPED to only 391,000. Whew!! The recession must be over now. Oh wait…391,000 people lost their jobs and filed new jobless claims since last Thursday. Guess they don’t think the recession is over. For them, it’s just beginning.
Business: In a stunning display of cowardice, Ford Motor Company pulled an ad at the suggestion of the White House. In the ad, customer Chris states that one big reason he bought the F150 pickup is that Ford had not accepted TARP money like the other American carmakers. The White House wants the TARP bailouts to be perceived as good public policy, not a move worthy of shame and criticism. So Ford bent over the couch and took one for Barry…maybe FROM Barry.
Sports: In late August, the Atlanta Braves were 8 ½ games out in front in the quest for the National League wild card berth for the MLB playoffs. Since then, the Braves lost 13 of 18 games and their season is over. This was a collapse of mythic proportions. If I didn’t know better, I’d say that the Braves lost this on purpose…and I don’t know better. By the way, the Boston Red Sox also collapsed just like the Braves. With the socialist way that the MLB owners run their businesses, nothing would surprise me.
Entertainment: Dr. Conrad Murray, physician to dead pop star Michael Jackson, goes on trial this week in LA on charges of Jackson’s “murder.” Don’t expect justice in this trial, no matter what you think that means. But the trial is serving as a boon for DC, since the trial diverts the attention of the American sheeple away from the criminal activity of the president and Congress.
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