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Sometimes we need to remember we are a community of individuals and the police are not the enemy …

by Stephen Levine on Friday, May 31st, 2013

This is article 41 of 54 in the topic Police/Fire

With the news concentrated on the horrors of Obamacare and the scandals swirling around the toilet bowl that is the Obama Administration, this video should serve as a reminder that we are all Americans – and cannot be divided by those who are pursuing their own personal or political agenda. Good news is hard to find in the mainstream media where bizarre behavior is the norm and the rule of the day is “if it bleeds, it leads.”

This little girl’s father, 29-year old Iraq war veteran and Phoenix Police Officer Daryl Raetz,  was struck and killed by a hit-and-run SUV while he was conducting a DUI stop.

Watch as Tatum Raetz graduates kindergarten three days after he father’s death …

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Homosexuals Support Gay Soldier in Treason Trial

by Cliff Kincaid on Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

This is article 20 of 64 in the topic Gay Rights

Homosexual Army soldier Bradley Manning’s bizarre behavior, which included calling himself “Breanna” and dressing in women’s clothes, might be expected to lead some in the media to question whether Congress should have repealed the policy banning open homosexuality in the military. Instead, however, many stories about Manning’s preliminary hearing are focusing on charges from his attorneys that his confusion about his own “gender identity” means that he is somehow the victim.

Soldier’s gender identity issues are raised in WikiLeaks case” was the headline over a Washington Post article.

But one homosexual website is worried about these stories and headlines. “This could play out very poorly in the court of public opinion: Just as we’ve closed the door on Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and are getting Americans to see gays and lesbians can serve proudly in the Armed Forces, we have someone at the center of the biggest security leak in U.S. history claiming his gender confusion and sexuality factored into his rationale for putting national interests at risk,” it said.

President Obama had promised during the 2008 campaign to repeal the anti-homosexual policy and in office has championed the appointments of homosexual and “transgendered” people to high-level federal positions. Obama’s proposed repeal was vigorously supported by media personalities such as MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, a lesbian activist.

In another major embarrassment to the homosexual cause, homosexual activist Dan Choi, who has also appeared on the Rachel Maddow show, is actively supporting Manning. Discharged from the Army for publicly announcing his own homosexuality, Choi calls Manning “an excellent solider” and said at a demonstration in support of him that “We see the situation where our comrade is in shackles and chains, he is on trial. But I remind all of us gathered here today because Bradley Manning stood up for the truth, he is the most free among all of us. He is not the one on trial, the United States of America is on trial today. Our reputation, and what our country stands for.”

Choi, treated as a hero by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, had given Reid his West Point graduation ring in July of 2000 at a meeting of liberal activists and asked the senator to keep it until the military’s homosexual exclusion policy was repealed. Reid then gave the ring back in celebration of the repeal. “Choi joined Reid on stage and gave the majority leader a hug,” one report said. “The next time I get a ring from a man,” Choi tweeted later, “I expect it to be for full, equal, American marriage.”

Reid himself posted the photo of him giving Choi his ring back.

But when it appeared that Reid wouldn’t be able to pass a repeal of the homosexual exclusion policy, Choi had ripped Reid, saying, “Harry Reid is a pussy and he’ll be bleeding once a month.” He later apologized for the comments.

Asked why the major gay rights groups are not supporting Manning, Choi told Accuracy in Media that “their strategy focuses on getting politicians to like us, and re-elect those politicians who pretend to like us every election cycle. National lobby groups do not want to upset President Obama, who has already pronounced the soldier’s guilt without trial. This hero, PFC Manning, told the truth despite the consequences, and valued integrity over rank.

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Report: Democrat Rep. David Wu admits sexual encounter with donor’s young daughter

by Michelle Malkin on Saturday, July 23rd, 2011

Wu-hoo! Hey, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Nancy Pelosi, I’m over here!

When last I wrote about the bizarre behavior of Democrat Rep. David Wu of Oregon, it was February of this year.

I said he needed a Democrat leadership intervention after he freaked out his staff, posed in the above costume obtained by Willamette Week, and engaged in other inexplicable antics. As I noted, Wu’s behavior has caused Capitol Hill concern dating back to 2003. But none of the swamp-draining Democrat leaders bothered to do anything about it. And Wu went on a national media tour asserting he can continue to hold office.

Now, this from the Oregonian:

Sources: Young woman accuses Oregon Rep. David Wu of aggressive, unwanted sexual encounter

A distraught young woman called U.S. Rep. David Wu’s Portland office this spring, accusing him of an unwanted sexual encounter, according to multiple sources.

When confronted, the Oregon Democrat acknowledged a sexual encounter to his senior aides but insisted it was consensual, the sources said.

The woman is the daughter of a longtime friend and campaign donor. She apparently did not contact police at the time.

One person who heard the voice mail described the woman as upset, breathing heavily and “distraught.”

In the voice mail, the young woman accused Wu of aggressive and unwanted sexual behavior, according to sources with direct knowledge of the message and its contents.

Reporters could not verify the young woman’s age. Notes on Facebook over the past 18 months indicate she graduated from high school in 2010. California records show she registered to vote in August.

RedState reviewed Wu’s unseemly history here, including this:

Allegation of assault on woman in 1970s in college shadow U.S. Rep. David Wu

This is an actual headline from an article in The Oregonian in October, 2004, on the eve of his reelection to a fourth term in Congress.

From the article:

David Wu, future Oregon congressman, and the woman later dated in their junior year. But that spring, in 1976, she broke things off. A few months later, an encounter occurred that neither wants to discuss.

That summer, the 21-year-old Wu was brought to the campus police annex after his ex-girlfriend said he tried to force her to have sex, according to Raoul K. Niemeyer, then a patrol commander who questioned him.

Wu had scratches on his face and neck, and his T-shirt was stretched out of shape, Niemeyer said.

Earlier, someone had interrupted a scuffle in the woman’s dorm room. A Stanford professor said the woman told him the next day that Wu had angrily attacked her. An assistant dean who counseled the woman for two months said that the woman called it attempted rape and that Wu used a pillow to muffle her screams.

Wu told police that what happened was consensual. “He said, ‘We just, I was with my girlfriend, and we just got a little carried away,’ ” Niemeyer remembered. After that, he said, Wu “clammed up.”

The woman declined to press charges. However, this episode has apparently been well known for a long while…

Geez. Does he need to get caught Tweeting lurid photos of his un-costumed package before Democrat leaders — in particular, Democrat women — step up and do something?

Hello, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz? Nancy Pelosi? Bueller? Bueller?


Update….You won’t believe this. Never mind. You will.

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Crack in the world: Geomagnetic pole shift triggering massive superquakes

by Terrence Aym on Saturday, March 12th, 2011

Like the conductor of some mad orchestra, the twisting magnetic field is creating a perfect harmony of catastrophe, death and destruction.

As massive earthquakes rip the earth’s crust, destroy cities and kill many thousands, scientists that have warned of the relationship between the ongoing magnetic polar shift, the planet’s molten cores and tectonic plates are scrambling to recheck their calculations.

The titanic 9.1 superquake that destroyed much of northeastern Japan is a symptom of the growing devastation reverberating around the globe as the geomagnetic field continues to relentlessly warp, fluctuate and mutate.

Both the superquake and super-tsunami were generated by a gigantic tear in the earth’s crust: the North American plate snapped upward. The mammoth fissure—150 miles long and 50 miles wide—gapes like a deadly wound in the seabed, plunging downwards into the depths of the crumbling, unstable mantle.

Changes in the geomagnetosphere affect plate tectonics

Most people are unaware that magnetic field fluctuations can precipitate earthquakes and initiate strange mass animal behavior—bizarre behavior like that reported since the final months of 2010.

Yet it’s been demonstrated that changes in the geomagnetosphere affect the Earth’s plate tectonics. The reason why tectonics are affected has to do with how the Earth is built geologically. The planet’s primarily a core of superheated, dense viscous liquid with a relatively thin crust floating on the surface. That segmented crust—like a cracked pie crust—is what comprises the tectonic plates. They are in constant movement chiefly due to massive currents deep within the planet’s mantle and molten core.

The edges where two plates meet are called faults. Faults relieve the titanic internal pressure of the planet. The faults buckle and create mountains, rifts, and volcanic conduits. Some faults are structured different than others and exhibit different qualities.

Geodynamo creates earth’s magnetic field

The mighty currents of molten rock, under intense pressure, boil beneath the crust creating earthquakes, volcanoes and continental drift. It is also the geodynamo that creates the earth’s magnetic field and the interaction with the solar magnetosphere can initiate plate drift, tensions and the massive buckling and shearing between the plates called faults. The movement along the fault lines is called an earthquake.

Geomagnetic flux, often a precursor to mighty quakes, is sometimes accompanied by strange harmonics: people see colors dancing in the sky or hear what sounds like discordant music.

The growing abberations of the magnetic field—and the increasing level activity of the sun—is symptomatic of the change in the earth’s core. A dangerous change. An uncontrollable change. A change that is leading to the possibility of greater and greater disasters.

Volcanic activity will also increase. The evidence is there.

Japan’s superquake was followed by dozens of severe aftershocks and then an entirely new quake on a separate fault in central Japan measuring 6.6 magnitude.

Hours later a volcano in Indonesia along the famous Pacific Rim ‘ring of fire” exploded into an intense eruption.

Like the conductor of some mad orchestra, the twisting field creates a perfect harmony of catastrophe, death and destruction.

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Trials and Errors

by Burt Prelutsky on Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

This is article 33 of 144 in the topic Democratic Party

Radio talk show host Dennis Prager posed the following question: What’s the difference between the voters in California and the passengers on the Titanic? The obvious answer was that the poor souls on the doomed ship didn’t vote to hit the iceberg.

That’s a very funny line, unless you happen to be a conservative living in California.

The problem with liberals is that they never learn from their mistakes. What’s worse is that they never stop making mistakes. Instead of changing their awful ways, the only lesson they derive from their endless failures is to double their efforts. Thus, when they find themselves in a hole, instead of climbing out, they merely dig faster.

When you consider their recent setbacks, you’d think liberals would finally conclude they don’t know squat about decision-making. For instance, Obama makes a highly publicized trip to Asia and comes back with nothing to show for it except an aversion to shrimp and another 20,000 frequent flier miles.

He got back in time to see a New York jury acquit Muslim terrorist Ahmed Ghailani on 284 charges. Inasmuch as Obama and Holder had pretty much guaranteed that Ghailani would be found guilty of everything, including jaywalking and neglecting to separate his trash, this left their decision to try him in a civilian court looking not only naïve, but down right criminal.

During the same time frame, after spending two years and millions of dollars, a congressional ethics committee found Charles Rangel guilty on all counts. His punishment was cruel and but not unusual; he had to sit and listen to his equally corrupt colleagues pretend they existed on a higher moral plane. It made Charley cry. It made me cringe.

I have always found it odd that the folks of West Virginia keep electing Jay Rockefeller to the U.S. Senate. I can see electing him once, hoping he’ll use his own money to bail out the state. But once that didn’t happen, there’s no explaining such bizarre behavior.

Recently, Rockefeller urged the FCC to knock Fox and MSNBC off the air. Aside from the fact that this senator didn’t know that cable stations don’t come under the purview of the FCC, we once again have a liberal politician exhibiting his fascistic tendencies by voicing his displeasure with that pesky 1st amendment.

The mere idea that Rockefeller would attempt to pass off this bit of verbal excretion as balanced by adding MSNBC as an after-thought shows how inept the left is even when it comes to propaganda. Is anyone really supposed to believe that this limousine lib is offended by the likes of Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews or that MSNBC comes anywhere close to having the power and influence of Fox?

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