Forget Executive Orders On Amnesty. It’s Happening Via Loophole

The Conservative Hill Billy:

I don’t care if they if they are victims of domestic violence… amnesty

Originally posted on Rat Nation:


Finding every little exception to the rule of law

From Allen West:

As reported by The Daily Caller, “The Department of Justice’s board of immigration appeals has decided to let Guatemalan women win asylum in the United States if they claim to be victims of domestic violence. The decision was announced in an Aug. 26 decision from the Board of Immigration Appeals at President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice. It creates a huge new incentive for Guatemalan women to cross the U.S. border, because if their asylum claim is accepted, their children get U.S. citizenship, plus the use of federal health, education and retirement programs, regardless of their initial education and work skills. The new decision also means that many of the Guatemalan women who have already crossed the border this year have a new claim for asylum.”

Col. West lays out the trap that this move has…

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At Least It Ain’t The Plague!

16 days into the work year and I get the flu. This has not happened in years. I have been watching a couple of new programs on the boob tube: The Last Ship and The Strain. Both story lines revolve around a virus. One just flat kills you and the other turns you into a quasi zombie/vampire. Well the flu I got just turns you into a heap of achy joints and a gullet full of snot. I am going on four days, but at least I am back at work today not burning through my sick days. While I will never take a flu shot, can you say government conspiracy juice, I will say make sure to  washing hands, and not rubbing your eyes.





New Ferguson Twist: Brown Family And The Pastors Tell Malik Zulu Shabazz To Scram

Originally posted on Rat Nation:

Leisa Zigman you may have just redeemed your station.  Not really, but good job.

There’s trouble in the Ferguson paradise narrative:

Church leaders are demanding that Malik Shabazz, president of the Black Lawyers for Justice and former chairman of the New Black Panther Party, leave Ferguson because he is escalating violence. According to the pastors, Shabazz says he is in town as a peacekeeper, but he’s actually ratcheting up tensions.

“I am upset with a certain group of them that are rebel rousers. We know them by name. Last night was the scariest night of my life,” said Pastor Mike Robinson.

He added: “I literally watched him cause chaos within a large group of people and prepare to send them to the front line, then he shifts and says ‘let’s keep the peace.’ We’re calling him out. We want him out of our city, we don’t need his help…

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Joe Piscopo’s confessions of a disillusioned Democrat

The Conservative Hill Billy:

Just proves low information voters can be rich!

Originally posted on Give Me Liberty:

This is from The Washington Times.

Joe you do not know a thing about history.

Lyndon Johnson was a racist and did not favor civil rights, but used civil rights as a way to keep blacks on the DemocRat Plantation. 

‎”These Negroes, they‘re getting pretty uppity these days and that‘s a problem for us since they‘ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we‘ve got to do something about this, we‘ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.”

“I’ll have them niggers voting Democratic for the next two hundred years.”

~Lyndon B. Johnson (Democrat).

Franklin Roosevelt was an unabashed socialist and never gave a damn about anything but more power.

I am not a member of any organized political party. I am a Democrat.

Will Rogers

- – Thursday, August 14, 2014

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Is Racial Diversity Good For Canada?

Originally posted on ELLIOT LAKE News:

By Jared Taylor

English: Picture of Jared Taylor.

Jared Taylor

 Prof. David Divine (a Black man) of DalhousieUniversity in Halifax, Canada, agreed to meet Jared Taylor in a debate on whether racial diversity is a strength or a weakness. Later, he backed out of his agreement, claiming he had been unaware of Mr. Taylor’s background, and was now unwilling to let him speak.

These are [some of] the remarks Mr. Taylor had planned to give.


And I submit to you, ladies and gentlemen, that an assertion — a belief — is all it is.

How, exactly, is racial diversity a strength for Canada, or any other country? Does it raise per capita GNP? Does it improve crop yields? Does it lower crime rates? Does it reduce green house gases? Does it lower taxes?

No, it doesn’t do any of those things. I’m not sure I have ever heard its boosters say…

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Still More Details That The MSM Is Not Reporting In Ferguson

Originally posted on Rat Nation:

mo nat

“This $#@! just got real”

Now that Dr. Death’s preliminary autopsy report says that one Michael Brown was shot in the front – not the back – and a leak from the St. Louis County Medical Examiner’s Office says there was marijuana in his system, it’s time to spread yet more details that St. Louis media is reporting and it isn’t getting the national attention warranted:

  • At this point, Dorian Johnson, Michael Brown’s friend/cohort/accomplice, is not being charged with anything.  It would be way too much of a circus.
  • Johnson’s lawyer, Freeman Bosley, Jr., is a former mayor of the City of St. Louis.  He served one term and was summarily bounced out of office by another black man.  Not going to elaborate on the local opinion of Brother Freeman.
  • The good, peaceful people of Ferguson are spending their days cleaning up after the rioters and looters – who are…

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Ferguson Missouri: The moral of the story (lessons)

Originally posted on Trutherator's Weblog:

The Gateway Pundit is a blog that emanates from the St. Louis area, and they had a post about the guy that was shot in Ferguson, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. They posted some pictures of Michael Brown that his family released to the public:

One commenter who self-indentified as “angryblackman” replied to the posting and the commenters like this:

Yes. Brown attempted to take the gun from the police officer. The police officer overpowered Brown, fired a shot, and Brown attempted to run away. The police officer fired at Brown again while Brown was fleeing. Brown stopped and put his hands in the air. The police officer kept firing, ultimately hitting and killing Brown.

Again, Brown being a thug and the police officer’s unlawful use of force are two separate things. Yes, I do know that the police officer was reacting to the realization of the horrible…

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