Wednesday, June 11, 2014

U.S. Spy and Military Agencies Heard Benghazi Attackers Using State Dept Cell Phones To Call Terrorist Leaders During Attack

Via Susan

The terrorists who attacked the U.S. consulate and CIA annex in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 used cell phones, seized from State Department personnel during the attacks, and U.S. spy agencies overheard them contacting more senior terrorist leaders to report on the success of the operation, multiple sources confirmed to Fox News.

The disclosure is important because it adds to the body of evidence establishing that senior U.S. officials in the Obama administration knew early on that Benghazi was a terrorist attack, and not a spontaneous protest over an anti-Islam video that had gone awry, as the administration claimed for several weeks after the attacks.

Bikers Enroute to demand release of U.S. Marine In Mexico Prison

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Extermination Considered for Those in the Path of Progress ( Sound familar?)

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The idea of exterminating Americans in the path of progress was not new in 1869 -- Parson Brownlow, later Reconstruction Governor of Tennessee, declared in New York in 1862:  “If I had the power, I would arm every wolf, panther, catamount and bear in the mountains of America, every crocodile in the swamps of Florida, every Negro in the South, every fiend in hell, clothe them all in the uniforms of the Federal army and turn them loose on the rebels of the South and exterminate every man, woman and child south of the Mason Dixon line.  I would like to see especially the Negro troops, marching under Ben Butler, crowd the last rebel into the Gulf of Mexico and drown them as the Devil did the hogs in the Sea of Galilee.”
Bernhard Thuersam, Chairman
North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial Commission
"Unsurpassed Valor, Courage and Devotion to Liberty"
"The Official Website of the North Carolina WBTS Sesquicentennial"

Extermination Considered for Those in the Path of Progress

“After the close of the Civil War the Commissioner of Indian Affairs reported the number of Indians in these figures: civilized, 97,000; semi-civilized, 125,000; wholly barbarous, 78,000. The advancing fronts of [western white migration] suddenly became even more threatening as the Union Pacific Railroad cut across the middle of the Indian Territory in 1869 and as other lines pushed ahead of settlement into the northern plains and the southwest. 

This critical change was noted in a telling passage of his 1869 report by [former Northern general and] Secretary of the Interior Jacob D. Cox:

“The completion of one of the great lines of railway to the Pacific coast has totally changed the conditions under which the civilized population of the country come[s] in contact with the wild tribes . . . the very center of the desert has been pierced.  Daily trains are carrying thousands of our citizens and untold values of merchandise across the continent, and must be protected from the danger of having hostile tribes on either side of the route.  The range of the buffalo is being rapidly restricted, and the chase is becoming an uncertain reliance to the Indian for the sustenance of his family . . . “

The situation of the Indian thus became more desperate and the years from 1865 to 1870 were filled with war and threats of war.  At the opening of Grant’s administration it was obvious that Indian policy had to be reconsidered.  Three possibilities were discussed:  (1.) Extermination; (2.) compulsory location of the tribes on reservations; (3.) eventual civilization, with full absorption into white culture.

The prevailing sentiment on the frontier was in favor of extermination.  The savage tribes were entitled, in this view, to no more consideration than dangerous wild beasts, and like them should be killed off to make way for civilization – and land.  Such sentiments were abhorred in the East and among the religious denominations.

Compulsory settlement . . . on reservations with government rations, clothing, and certain services was by far the dominant opinion . . . [Secretary of the Interior Columbus Delano reported in 1873 that under government supervision that the Indian’s] intellectual, moral and religious culture can be prosecuted, and thus it is hoped than humanity and kindness may take the place of barbarity and cruelty.  

[Should any tribes refuse] then the policy contemplates the treatment of such tribe or band with all needed severity, to punish them for outrages according to their merits, thereby teaching them that it is better to follow the advice of the Government, live upon reservations and become civilized, than to continue their native habits and practices.”

(The Republican Era, 1869-1901, A Study in Administrative History, Leonard D. White, MacMillan Company, 1957, pp. 181-182)

Heads Are Rolling – Tikrit Falls – Next Stop Samarra…. al-Qaeda (ISIS) On The Road To Bagdad…

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Mass beheadings reported in northern Iraq as al-Qaeda forces take Mosul and Tikrit, Saddam Hussein’s home town – LIVE LINK UPDATES HERE


Tikrit, Iraq (AFP) – Militants took control of the Iraqi city of Tikrit and freed hundreds of prisoners on Wednesday, police said, the second provincial capital to fall in two days.

Gun Control, Whats The Worst That Could Happen?

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Trailer for "SEXED: Planned Parenthood's Dangerous Sex Advice for Kids"

Judge Andrew Napolitano: Obama Could Be Facing 10 Years to Life in Prison

Exclusive Navy Seal: ‘We didn’t give up five to get Bergdahl. There’s another deal in play.’

Navy SEAL Thom Shea was part of  Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl’s rescue effort in 2009. Joshua Cook spoke with Shea about Bergdahl and more.

 Cook: Can you really trust this administration?

More @ Ben Swann

“I Cannot Speak of My Dead So Soon”

After his release from imprisonment in 1867, President Jefferson Davis journeyed to Canada where he met several Confederate leaders in exile at today’s Niagara-on-the-Lake, directly across the river from Old Fort Niagara.  Available from the Niagara Historical Society [Canadian] is Nicholas Rescher’s excellent “Niagara-on-the-Lake as a Confederate Refuge.”
Bernhard Thuersam, Chairman
North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial Commission
"Unsurpassed Valor, Courage and Devotion to Liberty"
"The Official Website of the North Carolina WBTS Sesquicentennial"

“I Cannot Speak of My Dead So Soon”

“After Mr. Davis became somewhat stronger he travelled to Niagara and Toronto, to visit Mr. James M. Mason, and a number of other Confederates who had not yet returned home, and with cheerful intercourse among friends he slowly improved.

His friends desired to know something of his life in prison, but he was always disinclined to speak of injuries inflicted upon himself, and had a nervous horror of appearing to be a victim. 

He felt the pressing need there was, while the events were fresh in his mind, to write a history of the Confederacy, and I thought my desire to assist him would overcome any patriotic memory.  Mr. Davis sent for his letter and message books, which had been secretly taken from their place of concealment, sent to Canada in the trunk of our sister, and deposited in the Bank of Montreal.  We looked them over to mark, for copying, such of the contents as would be of use, and I was to copy and arrange them by dates. We came very soon upon this telegram:

“Danville, April 9, 1865.

“General R.E. Lee: You will realize the reluctance I feel to leave the soil of Virginia, and appreciate my anxiety to win success north of the Roanoke . . . I hope soon to hear from you at this point, where offices have been opened to keep up the current business, until more definite knowledge would enable us to form more definite plans.  May God sustain and guide you.

“Jefferson Davis”

All the anguish of that last great struggle came over us, we saw our gaunt, half-clothed, and half-starved men stand vibrating with courage to their finger-tips, their thin ranks a wall of fire about their homes; we saw them mowed down by a countless host of enemies, overcome, broken in health and fortune, moving along the highways to their desolated homes, sustained only by the memory of having vindicated their honor. 

{Mr. Davis] walked up and down distractedly, and then said, “Let us put them down for awhile, I cannot speak of my dead so soon.” 

(Jefferson Davis, A Memoir by His Wife, Varina, Volume II, N&A Company, 1990, (original 1890), pp. 797-799)

Curved Patriot Plates and a great new plate carrier from Condor!

Via WiscoDave

Since we came up with Patriot Plate, customer response has been phenomenal.  We have gotten tons of quality body armor into the hands of Patriots across the country.  (49 states that we know of!  Connecticut doesn’t allow for online purchases of body armor)

One question that we get regularly is whether or not curved plates are available.  To date the answer has been no.  We didn’t curve our plates because it’s been too expensive.

Our steel guy’s solution involved making special dies to put in the five inch middle of the plate and “pressing” down on the two and a half inch side (the part with the shooter’s cut on it).  The down side is that based on our volume of sales, this would almost double the cost of our plates.  Our mission was to produce quality body armor at a reasonable price, so we immediately realized that this method was a non-starter.

We didn’t rest.  Just like the initial challenges of Patriot Plate, we don’t give up at the first challenge.
Our goal in creating curved plates was to somehow keep as much of the plate flat as possible, while curving a small portion to:

Cantor Spent $168,637 on Steak Houses, Brat Spent $122,793 on Entire Campaign


When Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost to his challenger David Brat last night, shock waves were sent across the political world. As Guy already noted, Brat was unheralded, underfunded and many people didn't know who he was until his huge victory last night. In total, Cantor spent $5 million on his campaign while Brat spent just $200,000. Cantor lost by eleven points.

More @ Townhall

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers: Immigrant flood 'orchestrated'


An organization of former Border Patrol agents Wednesday charged that the federal government, under the administration of President Obama, is deliberately arranging for a flood of immigrant children to arrive in America for political purposes.

“This is not a humanitarian crisis. It is a predictable, orchestrated and contrived assault on the compassionate side of Americans by her political leaders that knowingly puts minor illegal alien children at risk for purely political purposes,” said the statement released by officials with the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers.

“Certainly, we are not gullible enough to believe that thousands of unaccompanied minor Central American children came to American without the encouragement, aid and assistance of the United States government.

“Anyone that has taken two six to seven year old children to an amusement park can only imagine the problems associated with bringing thousands of unaccompanied children that age up through Mexico and into the United States.”

More @ WND

NC: Enjoy a Beer Float: "Don't Knock it 'til you try it!"


Free Scoops of ICE CREAM on Sunday for all Dads'. Bring your Dad by to enjoy an afternoon in the Biergarten! 

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Border Sheriff Likens Influx Of Illegal Immigrants To Hurricane Katrina

 U.S. Border Patrol agents (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Officials say that nearly a thousand illegal immigrants a day are crossing into Texas from Mexico, an anomaly that is now being compared to Hurricane Katrina.

“How do you prepare for that?” says Don Ray, the Executive Director of the Texas Border Sheriffs Coalition. “You can’t have an influx of people like that without having an impact; I think we saw that after Katrina. It’s relocation services that are really taking place. In the case of Katrina, most of them were United States citizens or people that were here lawfully, and now you have people that aren’t here lawfully.”


South St. Louis Father Guns Down TWO Hostage Taking Felons Holding His Daughter At Gunpoint

Moms Demand Action From Illegal Mayors in Everytown cult leader Shannon Watts claims that a good guy with a gun has “never” stopped a bad guy with a gun.

Here’s just the latest example of her being dead wrong.
It was about 11pm Monday when a 17 year old girl who lives in the home was getting something from her car. Two men, both with guns, grabbed her. The began to push her back into the home with a gun to her head. Her father, who says he was visiting the girl and her mother, saw the gunmen and pulled his own weapon. He says he had no choice but to fire.
“He was holding her hostage. She was a human shield. So I did what I had to do.”
Asked how he had the confidence to pull the trigger when the man was holding his daughter that way, he said, “It wasn’t like that. It just happened. I didn’t have no choice.
He had my daughter so I did what I had to do.”
The father asked that we not use his name.
The man he shot and killed was Terrell Johnson, 31, of St. Louis. The second suspect, who the father says was wearing a mask, is Cortez McClinton, 33, also of St. Louis.
More @ Bearing Arms

NC: Victory For Mike Adams: Judge: UNCW must pay $700K for prof's legal fees

Via Cousin John


My Two Cent Check Is Returned


A North Carolina public university is being ordered to pay more than $700,000 in legal fees for a professor denied promotion because of his conservative Christian views.

The StarNews of Wilmington reports ( ) that U.S. District Judge Malcolm Howard ruled Tuesday in a case that pit associate criminology professor Mike Adams against the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

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Cantor Loss 'Massive Wake-Up Call' for GOP on Amnesty

Via Mike

 Both Brat and his Democratic opponent teach at Randolph-Macon.


Bourbon, REL IV & Hell Week


Hailing Dave Brat's shocking victory over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) as an "amazing moment for the people," conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham said Cantor's defeat is a wake-up call for Republicans on amnesty.

Appearing on Fox News, Ingraham, who has used her national radio platform to fight for American workers of all backgrounds and ethnicities against amnesty and who campaigned for Brat last week, said Cantor's loss is a "massive wake-up call for the Republican Party – if they choose to actually wake up at this point."

She said if Republicans do not wake up and instead continue to move forward with "immigration reform," which is "a pathway to some type of amnesty at some point," Republican leaders will "put a wedge down the middle of the Republican Party that will prevent Republicans from winning" in 2016, which is "exactly the opposite" of what the GOP leadership is contending.

More with video @ Breitbart

Washington Redskins yield to political pressure

Via Sister Anne

Al Qaeda Militants Capture US Black Hawk Helicopters In Iraq

Via Jonathan


Just when one thought US foreign policy couldn't sink any deeper into the hole of its embarrassment, it takes out a shovel and starts digging. Overnight, in what AP describes as a stunning assault that exposed Iraq's eroding central authority, Al Qaida-inspired militants from ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, overran much of Mosul on Tuesday, seizing government buildings, pushing out security forces and capturing military vehicles as thousands of residents fled the second-largest city.

For those who may have forgotten, Iraq was one of those countries "liberated" by the the United States, which unlike Afghanistan where the opium trade is still important, did pull out its troops two and a half years ago.

Ths shocking takeover of Mosul took place months after Al Qaeda-linked fighers took over another Iraqi town, Fallujah, earlier in the year and which they have successfully defended against government attempts to reclaim it. 

That however, was just the appetizer: Mosul is a much bigger, more strategic prize. The city and surrounding Ninevah province, which is on the doorstep of Iraq's relatively prosperous Kurdish region, are a major export route for Iraqi oil and a gateway to Syria.

More @ Zero Hedge

Furling a flag flap for good

Via Billy

There was never a question whether the Confederate Naval jack was actually allowed in The Citadel's Summerall Chapel, where it has hung for three quarters of a century with 56 other flags. It was hung there with other flags representing the armed conflicts in which the military college's graduates have fought, plus the flags of the 50 states. 

The question answered by the South Carolina attorney general's opinion on Tuesday was whether the flag could be removed despite the protections granted by state Heritage Act. The opinion stated that the flag, like other historic memorials around the state, is protected under the law. So the flag has to stay.

More @ The Post & Courier

Russia and China Are Executing a Plan We Ignore at Our Peril

Via Jonathan

Over two decades ago the Soviet Union collapsed under the weight of failing economic policies and external political pressure. The proverbial Bear went into hibernation and was led by a succession of men who, understanding their newly diminished position on the world stage, attempted to distance Russia from the former authoritarian legacy of the Soviet Union.

Enter Vladimir Putin. A former KGB thug, Putin entered into the office of Prime Minister in 2000 with ambitions to turn Russia into a world power once again.  Over the last fourteen years, Putin has expanded Russia’s military arsenal, nationalized Russia’s oil industry, tightened constraints on the media, and used nefarious measures to silence his political opponents. Yet up until this past year, the international community saw little cause for concern and dismissed Russia as a possible future threat to regional stability. 

That particular sentiment changed overnight as Russian forces capitalized on temporary political instability in Ukraine, citing oppression against ethnic Russians as the justification for getting involved.