Tuesday, July 31, 2012

There is No Colusion Between Executive and Judicial... Right?

 Federal Court Finds Obama Appointees Interfered With New Black Panther Prosecution

Wow... Imagine that?

Obama’s DOJ had claimed Judicial Watch was not entitled to attorney’s fees since “none of the records produced in this litigation evidenced any political interference whatsoever in” how the DOJ handled the New Black Panther Party case. But United States District Court Judge Reggie Walton disagreed. Citing a “series of emails” between Obama political appointees and career Justice lawyers, Walton writes:
The documents reveal that political appointees within DOJ were conferring about the status and resolution of the New Black Panther Party case in the days preceding the DOJ’s dismissal of claims in that case, which would appear to contradict Assistant Attorney General Perez’s testimony that political leadership was not involved in that decision. Surely the public has an interest in documents that cast doubt on the accuracy of government officials’ representations regarding the possible politicization of agency decision-making.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

The Raptor takes down Al Qaeda websites

Watching out for his child and the rest of the Americans currently in harms way, this Grandpa is doing his part in the war on terror. #military #hactivism #hacker

Read more: Grandpa, patriot who goes by 'The Raptor,' claims credit for taking down Al Qaeda websites

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Medicare Reform Plan

Medicare Reform Plan will allow all Medicare recipients the same Healthcare Plan as Congress. Sen. Rand Paul sponsors a previous John Kerry plan.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Final Decision - Georgia Ballot Challenge - 2/3/2012

An ill prepared case killed the opportunity to prove if Obama is actually ineligible to hold the office of POTUS.

A wasted opportunity...

Excerpt from the full Court Ruling below:

The Court finds the testimony of the witnesses, as well as the exhibits tendered, to be of little, if any, probative value, and thus wholly insufficient to support Plaintiffs' allegations.

Ms. Taitz attempted to solicit expert testimony from several of the witnesses without qualifying or tendering the witnesses as experts. See Stephens v. State, 219 Ga. App. 881 (1996) (the unqualified testimony of the witness was not competent evidence). For example, two of Plaintiffs' witnesses testified that Mr. Obama's birth certificate was forged, but neither witness was properly qualified or tendered as an expert in birth records, forged documents or document manipulation. Another witness testified that she has concluded that the social security number Mr. Obama uses is fraudulent;however, her investigatory methods and her sources of information were not properly presented, and she was never qualified or tendered as an expert in social security fraud, or fraud investigations in general. Accordingly, the Court cannot make an objective threshold determination of these witnesses' testimony without adequate knowledge of their qualifications. See Knudsen v. Duffee-Freeman, Inc., 95 Ga. App. 872 (1957) (forthe testimony of an expert witness to be received, his or her qualifications as such must
be first proved).

None of the testifying witnesses provided persuasive testimony. Moreover, theCourt finds that none of the written submissions tendered by Plaintiffs have probative value. Given the unsatisfactory evidence presented by the Plaintiffs, the Court concludes that Plaintiffs' claims are not persuasive.

Friday, January 20, 2012

70% of American Voters Disagree With Obama – Favor Increased Access to Oil and Gas Resources

It would seem Americans want some domestic drilling... Open domestic resources up to the American consumers. American Resources belong to the American people... Not to the federal government.

The people of the United States are tired of having to suffer because of corporate cronyism and government collusion all in the name of the almighty dollar. Or should I say fascism...

Gas Buddy

70% of American voters disagree with Barack Obama and favor increased access to oil and gas resources.
API.org reported:

Seventy percent of American voters favor increased access to U.S. oil and natural gas resources, and similar numbers believe more oil and natural gas development would provide major benefits to the nation, including more U.S. jobs, according to a new poll released today.

“Voters know developing more of America’s homegrown energy makes sense for our economy and our energy security,” said API President and CEO Jack Gerard. “Our economy will demand large amounts of oil and natural gas for at least several more decades even as the role of alternative energy increases. Common sense says we should have Americans producing that oil and gas here at home as much as possible.”

The recent API telephone poll, conducted by Harris Interactive, among 1,005 registered voters found that large majorities believe that more U.S. oil and natural gas development could lead to more American jobs (87 percent), help the U.S. economy and reduce consumer energy costs (83 percent), increase the nation’s energy security (82 percent), and deliver more revenue to the government (72 percent). Over two-thirds (70 percent) believe that some in Washington are intentionally delaying domestic oil and natural gas development, potentially hurting the economy and leading to higher energy costs for consumers.

Nebraska’s Republican Gov. Dave Heineman told The Politico Obama made a mistake by rejecting the Keystone Pipeline.

Monday, January 16, 2012

SOPA stalls in the face of White House opposition

(January 16 2012) The Stop Online Piracy Act hit a wall over the weekend after The White House came out against the bill. The Hill reports on comments from house oversight chairman Darrell Issa, who was assured by majority leader Eric Cantor that more work was needed “to address outstanding concerns and work to build consensus prior to any anti-piracy legislation coming before the House for a vote.”

Shortly before that statement, SOPA sponsor chairman Lamar Smith offered to make significant concessions to the section of the bill that would require ISPs to block offending sites, but it wasn’t enough. SOPA’s Senate counterpart, the Protect IP Act, is still on the table, however.

Read More: SOPA stalls in the face of White House opposition