Stand Your Ground: Self-Quarantine Soon or Perish

There is something very horribly wrong about having been a “Watchman.”  Do not misunderstand, it has been an honor.  The sadness is in watching these events unfold.  However, it rings with fulfilling a life-long role in going to the aid of others and defending them where necessary.  My career including Army time and state police duty prepared me for almost any crises…….
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by Former Kansas State Trooper, Greg Evensen, Ret.

Stand Your Ground: Self-Quarantine Soon or Perish

Today, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Somali Muslim immigrants, nearing 100,000 in numbers, disrupt normal life in that state. Muslim cab drivers won’t transport anyone carrying beer. They won’t pick up anyone who uses a seeing-eye dog. They won’t pick up anyone carrying pork products. They push for Sharia Law to be implemented in schools. Cashiers at Target stores won’t touch packaged bacon. They demand footbaths be provided and Hilal food…….
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by Frosty Wooldridge

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News Alert for Friday, October 24, 2014 Today at NewsWithViews.TV The Bread of Life: We are told in the book of Isaiah that it is often necessary to meet the physical needs of others before they are open to hearing the answer to their spiritual needs. The natural bread often opens the heart to receive the Bread of life.. http://www.newswithviews.tv Visit NewsWithViews Store to see our selection of DVDs & Books Will Voter Frustration Lead to Republican Victory or Defeat?

Will Voter Frustration Lead to Republican Victory or Defeat?

The 2014 elections present an opportunity for all pro-American voters to strip Obama of all congressional support. This could mean a lot of things after the election, everything from Impeachment of the most impeachable administration in U.S. history to the reversal of ObamaCare and an end to defacto or any other form of amnesty for millions of illegal invaders……

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Watch “Mark Udall Advocates Condone Voter Fraud: “That’s…” on YouTube

Mark Udall Advocates Condone Voter Fraud: “That’s…: http://youtu.be/C_uHDjk3fSc

I seem to remember Mr Burke of Rowan County bragging that there is no evidence of voter fraud.   I wonder what he has to say today?????

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Court sides with IRS in tea-party targeting scandal

A federal judge has sided with the Internal Revenue Service and dismissed lawsuits by tea-party groups seeking redress for the secret targeting of their applications for tax-exempt status, which the groups argued were intentionally delayed for political purposes.

The tea party organizations immediately announced they would appeal the decision by Washington, D.C., District Judge Reggie B. Walton, who was appointed by former President George W. Bush.

Walton ruled that two lawsuits by Texas-based True the Vote and Linchpins of Liberty, along with 41 other conservative groups, were moot because the IRS took steps to address the scandal and “publicly suspended its targeting scheme.”

Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the American Center for Law & Justice, which filed the lawsuit on behalf of the tea party groups, said he plans to appeal the case.

“The decision by the court is disappointing. However, it does not deter our efforts to seek justice for our clients. We are reviewing the decision and plan to appeal,” Sekulow said in an emailed statement.

In its federal lawsuit, the ACLJ represents 41 organizations in 22 states. Of the 41 groups, 28 organizations received tax-exempt status after lengthy delays, seven are still pending, five withdrew applications because of frustration with the IRS process, and one had its file closed by the IRS after refusing to answer the unconstitutional requests for more information, Sekulow said.

“It’s a disappointing ruling because it basically leaves targets of bad behavior by the IRS without a remedy,” Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow at The Heritage Foundation, told The Daily Signal.

Walton decided that because the organizations eventually won tax-exempt status, any wrongdoing they suffered had been remedied.

“We are stunned by today’s judgment,” said Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of True the Vote. “The notion that the IRS can target Americans for years because of their political beliefs is reprehensible.”

Although the tea party groups argued there is no guarantee the IRS would not target conservative groups again, Walton ruled that the “prospect of future harm is speculative.”

Von Spakovsky, the Heritage legal fellow, told the Daily Signal that given the unapologetic behavior of Lois Lerner and other Obama cronies at the IRS, “and their total lack of remorse, I don’t think it’s ‘speculative’ that this could happen again in the future.”

Sekulow said previously that the IRS violated the groups’ constitutional rights to due process and equal protection with its secret targeting of their applications. The lawsuit was initially filed on May 20, 2013, with 25 plaintiffs. But more have come forward.

“The floodgates opened after we filed our initial lawsuit,” Sekulow said after the complaint was amended in June 2013 to reflect the additional groups. “We have been contacted by many additional organizations that have been unlawfully targeted by the IRS — revealing that this unconstitutional scheme was pervasive and damaging.”

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Obama Asserts Fast and Furious Executive Privilege Claim for Holder’s Wife

Originally posted on Paul Revere Media:

Judicial Watch announced today that it received from the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) a “Vaughnindex” detailing records about the Operation Fast and Furious scandal.  The index was forced out of the Obama administration thanks to JW’s June 2012 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and subsequentSeptember 2012 FOIA lawsuit (Judicial Watch v. Department of Justice (No. 1:12-cv-01510)).  A federal court had ordered the production over the objections of the Obama Justice Department.

The document details the Attorney General Holder’s personal involvement in managing the Justice Department’s strategy on media and Congressional investigations into the Fast and Furious scandal.  Notably, the document discloses that emails between Attorney General Holder and his wife Sharon Malone – as well as his mother – are being withheld under an extraordinary claim of executive privilege as well as a dubious claim of deliberative process privilege under the Freedom of Information…

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Watch “What Happened In Ottawa?” on YouTube

What Happened In Ottawa?: http://youtu.be/cBNbh_vEc7k

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Watch “American Voter Guide 2014 (Video 1)” on YouTube

American Voter Guide 2014 (Video 1): http://youtu.be/hYX5G68Uxio

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Criminalizing Innocent Christian Behavior

- by David Limbaugh

Where are all the atheist freedom lovers we always hear about? It’s time for them to start standing up for religious liberty.

The left and militant gay movement are getting bolder and bolder, and too many Christians are stewing in their apathy.

It seems that with each passing month, this senseless tyranny advances. The latest is that two Christian ministers in Idaho, Donald and Evelyn Knapp, have allegedly been ordered to perform same-sex wedding ceremonies at their chapel or face fines or jail sentences.

This nightmare began Oct. 7, when the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals invalidated Idaho’s marriage laws and legalized same-sex marriage in that state, which allowed Idaho county clerks to begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses a week later. On Oct. 17, the Knapps declined a request to perform a same-sex wedding ceremony.

According to a lawsuit filed by the Knapps, the city of Coeur d’Alene is “unconstitutionally coercing” them to perform these weddings at their Hitching Post Wedding Chapel in violation of their religious beliefs, their ordination vows and their consciences. City Ordinance Section 9.56 bars sexual orientation discrimination in public accommodations, which forces the Knapps to choose between betraying their religious convictions and following them and facing up to 180 days in jail and up to $1,000 in fines. According to their complaint, they arguably commit a separate and distinct misdemeanor each day they refuse to perform such ceremonies, with the potential criminal penalties piling up cumulatively.

Let’s not brush over this as if it’s an immaterial matter to the Knapps or other Christians. Their belief in marriage as between one man and one woman is deeply rooted in their biblical faith – and not just in the Old Testament, as some have speciously argued.

When the Pharisees asked Jesus whether it is lawful to divorce one’s wife for any cause, he replied, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female, and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’?” (Matthew 19:4-5). Jesus was quoting Genesis 1:27, lest there be any confusion that there is conflict between the testaments.

The point isn’t whether you or I believe this, though I do. It’s whether the Knapps believe it – and they do. Their attorneys’ complaint clearly states that they “are ordained Christian ministers who believe biblical marriage is good for society. Not only have they been happily married for 47 years, they have married roughly 35,000 couples and seen countless lives blessed through marriage. As ordained ministers, the Knapps believe God called them to promote the welfare of their community by uniting others in marriage. … Because their religious beliefs affect everything they do, the Knapps and Hitching Post, LLC only perform wedding ceremonies consistent with their religious beliefs.”

Is that good enough for you? For our society? For the city of Coeur d’Alene? For the state of Idaho? For the United States of America?

In the old cases involving Jehovah’s Witnesses saluting the flag and young men declaring themselves conscientious objectors to the draft, the question was the sincerity of their beliefs. But increasingly in our society, the sacred and not-so-sacred beliefs of everyone but Christians are protected while Christians are deemed intolerant pariahs who must be forced to conform to behavior repugnant to their beliefs.

Notice who the aggressors are here. Notice who is being intolerant. Why can’t same-sex couples who want to marry under the newly minted law find ministers who have no objection to the procedure? Are they seeking the vindication of their rights or trying to force their beliefs on other people to the point of compelling them to deny their own?

Unless we have lost our collective mind and the state of Idaho and federal government have cashiered their respective constitutions, this can’t conceivably be a close case. As the complaint states, the ordinance is unconstitutional as applied to the Knapps, as it violates their right to free speech, their free exercise of religion, their right to equal protection under the law, their due process rights and the applicable Idaho statute, the Free Exercise of Religion Protected Act.

Do you remember when many of us warned that the same-sex marriage movement wasn’t just about living and letting live, that it would inevitably encroach on the religious liberties of Christians and others who don’t agree with this newly created institution? We also warned that this would involve not just societal pressure but the power of state coercion, and we’re already here. The left’s denials that religious liberty was in jeopardy were as trustworthy as President Obama’s assurances that Obamacare would not violate the conscience rights of religious groups – which is to say, not at all.

The sheer acceleration of the left’s militancy should horrify people. Just last week, these actions seemed like a realistic but distant threat, but today they’re already happening.

Many of us keep warning our fellow Christians (and other freedom lovers) that their apathy and refusal to fight for their rights in the public square is going to bite them where it hurts. Could it be that this, along with other disturbing developments around the country, will wake them up? We shall see.

 

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Obama Says He Skipped Town Without Paying His Bills

The White House is doubling down on its lame effort to hide the president’s mildly embarrassing confession that he left unpaid bills in his Chicago home when he took up residence in the White House.

The White House censored the Monday night transcript of Obama’s speech at a Chicago fundraiser to hide his confession of unpaid bills. Continue reading

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Wastebook 2014: What Washington doesn’t want you to read.

Originally posted on ROWAN OATH KEEPERS:

Voodoo Dolls, Gambling Monkeys, Zombies in Love and Paid Vacations for Misbehaving Bureaucrats Top List of the Most Outlandish Government Spending in Wastebook 2014

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Gambling monkeys, dancing zombies and mountain lions on treadmills are just a few projects exposed in Wastebook 2014 – highlighting $25 billion in Washington’s worst spending of the year.

Wastebook 2014 — the report Washington doesn’t want you to read —reveals the 100 most outlandish government expenditures this year, costing taxpayers billions of dollars.

“With no one watching over the vast bureaucracy, the problem is not just what Washington isn’t doing, but what itis doing.” Dr. Coburn said. “Only someone with too much of someone else’s money and not enough accountability for how it was being spent could come up some of these projects.”

“I have learned from these experiences that Washington will never…

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