Hillary Clinton: Her overwhelming dishonesty

Hillary Clinton: Her law breaking ways, cover ups, and overwhelming dishonesty

HillsyThe State Department will miss another court-ordered due date to release another round of Hillary Clinton’s emails at the end of August, the Washington Examiner reported.

A federal judge previously issued a schedule for the State Department to release a certain amount of emails each month; officials already came up short at the end of July because of trouble screening the records for classified information.

Hillary’s campaign will implode in a few months. The reason I can say this is simple and has to do with her emails. As we all know, when we send an email it ends up in our “sent” folder and when someone sends us an email in goes into our “in box” and those emails stay there unless deleted. So around the time of the Benghazi attack people were sending the Secretary of State emails and she was sending them emails. So just because Hillary deleted the emails from her server does not mean the emails she sent are not on other servers, and the emails that were sent to her could be in the “sent” folders on other servers.

That is why it is significant that Cheryl Mills announced Aug 7, that she was going to delete her emails – the ones Judge Sullivan wanted to be delivered to him. I wouldn’t be surprised if eventually there is a subpoena for Obama’s emails around that time but he would just declare “executive privilege.” But no matter, his emails would just be invites to White House celebrity parties or be all about how much money he raised at a fund raiser.

John Hackett, the State Department official in charge of Freedom of Information Act responses, said the delay is because of recommendations from the Office of the Intelligence Community Inspector General. Hackett anticipated the State Department would increase its pace on the emails.

The State Department is set to publish another 6,106 pages of emails by August 31, near the 25 percent of the emails ordered to have been published by that date.

By the end of September, the State Department is scheduled to release 7,156 pages of emails. If the department meets that goal, it will catch up to the court order for the rate of email production, or 37 percent by the end of next month.

At the end of July, the department released 2,206 pages of emails — 1,721 pages of emails behind the threshold. I don’t think anyone is dragging this process out it just takes time. Someone like Trey Gowdy goes to a judge and gets a subpoena but he then has to wait and give them time to respond. When they don’t respond, which has been the pattern for Hillary, he has the Judge demand they produce the emails.

Clinton has provided about 55,000 pages of emails in December of last year.

This particular FOIA lawsuit was brought by Vice. There are also other outstanding FOIA lawsuits from other media organizations and government watchdog groups against the State Department seeking Clinton’s emails.

So right before the election Hillary’s campaign will implode hopefully because people will start going to jail. I really doubt any of this will actually materialize, so this is not to say that it shouldn’t! Lastly, what gives Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama the right to make up video stories, lie to the American people, then promote the one person who spilled from the lowly position of Ambassador to United Nations, USA, to National Security Advisor?

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Understanding “The War on Women” or just what it is…

Understanding “The War on Women” or just what it is…

american eagle with flagGOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says that Democrats are playing politics with women’s issues, especially when it comes to abortion.

“The Democrats have used this issue to scare women to death, and sometimes when men talk about this issue it seems a little scary to women because it seems judgmental.”

Fiorina’s presidential run will be marked by her attempt to hold Democrats feet to the fire when it comes to what she says is a false narrative on the so-called, “war on women.”

“I find it insulting as a woman that the Democrats continue to talk about women’s issues. We’re half the nation. We’re 53 percent of voters. In other words, we’re not a special interest group. We’re the majority. Every issue is a women’s issue.” I firmly believe that what Ms. Fiorina is stating is true and really quite logical — as one considers all things. However what we are saying is that she has taken the notion of judgmental and intimidating out of the mix here insofar as she uses facts predicated upon numbers.

Fiorina is determined to make sure women engage more in the political process. “I think women in particular turn off of the political process a lot because they don’t like the tone, they don’t like the vitriol, and they don’t like the sound bites.”

Health care continues to top the charts of important issues among American voters, with a large majority calling it very influential or one of the most influential issues in motivating their political participation (70%). However, the importance of this issue does not translate to related issues such as access to free birth control. The importance of free birth control is considered much less compelling, with less than half as many saying it is at least very influential (31%). In fact, more say it is not at all influential (40%) in motivating them.

Ah ha! Now with further research and the Heritage Foundation I believe we are beginningOffice_on_Violence_Against_Women_Seal to sort out what is the basis for this alleged “War on Women”; therefore let’s have a look at some of the issues. It appears that health care is the most pronounced among the voting participation which is at 70 percent. However, and indeed interesting is the notion of the importance of this issue does not translate to related issues such as access to free birth control, a whopping 31 percent of the voting participation weighed in on that aspect of health care which we feel is very antiquated…almost as if there was an unreported mistake in the polling data.

Up to this point we have been able to identify just two of the factors in the “War on Women.” By consensus here we also added the spectrum of equality. It is quite apparent that the initial stages of this phenomenon was extremely hot as I was growing up and was fostering equal pay for equal work.

Having stated health care, government financial assistance in birth control, taxpayer funded abortions, equality in jobs and the rest of life, as being significant factors for this particular “War” I speak for myself and NOT for the company in which employees me, it is overwhelmingly obvious to me that Ms. Carly Fiorina is an individual in which every woman should be carrying a banner for as well as supporting.

heritage-foundationIt very much disappoints me when I hear that of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign staff ladies are still making on average less that women; especially when women’s rights is a tenant of her political platform.

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The Obama administration makes Pell Grants eligable for Prisoners

prisonerPellgrant-385x200The Obama administration announced Friday that certain federal and state prisoners will be eligible for federal Pell grants to pay for college classes while they serve out their time behind bars; simply in a word does anyone think “think” that one may construe these as incentives to being behind bars?

The U.S. Department of Education revealed the pilot program with the aim to keep convicts from returning to incarceration by giving them the opportunity to secure jobs and “turn their lives around.”

The program lifts a 20-year ban on inmates receiving Pell grants following multiple studies that found education programs reduce recidivism rates, breaking the cycle of criminal relapses and in turn saving taxpayer money. Ah-ha! There it is — whenever the government offers anything to anyone there will always be a monetary attachment.

“We know from research that incarcerated individuals who participate in correctional education — including remedial, vocational and postsecondary programs — are more likely to stay out of prison; more likely to seek, gain and maintain employment; and substantially more likely to remain crime-free,” Attorney General Loretta Lynch said. Awesome! says the devout academic on the side; what will you bet me to prove that new inmates will be incarcerated? By the way, does anyone know where I might procure said “research.”

Pell grants were created in 1965 as federal financial aid for low-income college students that do not need to be repaid. This upcoming school year, students can receive up to $5,775 to help pay for tuition and other educational expenses.

Congress banned prisoners from Pell grants in 1994 after lawmakers argued it was unfair for prisoners to receive financial aid when many law-abiding citizens were not.

Education Secretary Arne Duncan joined Lynch in the announcement at Goucher College’s Prison Education Partnership at the Maryland Correctional Institute. She said the program will create “experimental sites” for inmate’s to receive Pell grants to “help them get job training and secure a productive life” once they leave prison, the Associated Press reports.

More than 70 students from two separate prisons are enrolled in the Goucher College partnership. It is among many schools that offer degrees to people in prison as part of the Consortium for the Liberal Arts in Prison, which formed in 2009 and does not receive government funding.

In its press release, the Department of Education cited a 2013 RAND Corporation study that found incarcerated people who participated in education programs were 43 percent less likely to return to prison than prisoners who did not participate. The study also found the programs would cost-effectively save the government money because the recidivism rates would be lower. We want to be clear that this “RAND Corporation study” should be off limits.

The program is a piece of a broader Obama administration push to overhaul the U.S.’s criminal justice system. President Obama commuted the sentences of 46 inmates earlier this month, traveling to a federal prison in Oklahoma days later, becoming the first sitting president to make such a visit. This person and all of his FIRST’s — First Jewish President, First Boat Load of Amnesty, Refugee, and Asylum seeking President, First Magic President, and of course I use this one so as NOT to offend others — America’s First African American President.

The U.S. federal government does not belong in what is a state’s job; specifically, everything that the federal government touches turns to utter ruin. Why should we allow education to be placed in that abysmal rubbish.

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The Overcriminalization; is it a problem in the United States..?

The Overcriminalization; is it a problem in the United States..?

imagesLM5PG9J1Buzzwords such as overcriminalization, does a person’s crime equal the amount of time they are supposed to receive. Well one notion is in the headlines on a weekly basis — when it comes to illegal immigrants it seems the more people they kill the lesser time in U.S. prisons they seem to be doing. Therefore, an extremely interesting article has been picked up by the think tank, The Heritage Foundation, as well as their research departments writers, yet most importantly, my effort with this writing is based on John Malcolm. Mr. Malcolm is the Director and the Ed Gilbertson and Sherry Lindberg Gilbertson Senior Legal Fellow in the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at The Heritage Foundation.

In addition, his reporting is based on the testimony he proffered before The Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, U.S. House of Representatives, Malcolm starts his findings before the Committee:

“I would like to stress at the outset that sentencing reform is a difficult issue. Some believe that our current sentencing regime is unfair, that too much discretion has been removed from judges, that the pendulum has swung too far in terms of imposing harsh sentences, and that increased incarceration has led to other inequities in our society. Others believe that increased incarceration and harsh sentences have taken some very dangerous people off of the streets and have resulted in dramatic decreases in crime, and that if such sentences are cut, crime may well increase to the detriment of society. I understand both of these perspectives and understand why people of good will passionately disagree about this issue.

Okay it is hoped that all readers understand Mr. Malcolm’s opening to his address as

Think she's got a clue?

Think she’s got a clue?

stated above. However, one point is not made and that is the depth and breadth of sentencing is not equally in tack. In other words where I am heading is in the notion of sentencing: Does it exist for all; or, are certain sections of society immune from the legal activity and sentencing and thus, giving them the advantage of double standards?

When crime rates soared in the 1960s, the idea of putting more people in prison for longer periods of time made a lot of sense, and, at least to some extent, it worked. Crime rates eventually leveled off and, since the 1990s, have dropped rather precipitously. While there are certainly places in this country where crime rates remain staggeringly and persistently high, we are, for the most part, much safer.

CaponeAccording to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, from 1993 to 2013, violent crime rates fell from 80 to 23 victimizations per 1,000 people, and property crimes fell from 352 to 131 victimizations per 1,000 households. Increased incarceration, especially of violent offenders, certainly deserves some of the credit for this steep drop in crime rates, along with other factors like advances in policing techniques such as hot-spot policing in high-crime areas and greater attention by homeowners to self-protection through the installation of locks, burglar alarms, and other measures. How much credit these factors deserve, though, is a matter of some debate among criminologists.

While hardly insignificant, this means that there are other factors that would account for the remaining 65 percent or more of the reduction in violent crime. Moreover, incarceration, while certainly necessary, is a very expensive option. As for me this is where some of the trouble begins. Anything that is going to cost the federal government outlaying funds is going to cause some idiosyncrasies in all forms of subsidies.

The cost of incarcerating a single federal prisoner has steadily risen over the past 15 years. In fiscal year 2000, the per capita cost of incarceration for federal prisoners was $21,603. Today, it costs $30,620 per year to incarcerate each federal prisoner. It costs even more to incarcerate a prisoner in the state system. As of fiscal year 2010, the average annual cost of incarcerating a state prisoner was $31,286, with the costs ranging from $14,603 in Kentucky to $60,076 in New York.

imagesC083B7C4We have a counter for this problem as well. Consider how the name “Club Fed” received its name. Furthermore, when one considers the amount of funding proffered by the Internal Revenue Service, and other primarily executive branch decisions one can see all to clear the posh environments that many of these “prisoner’s” have.

In addition to budgetary expenditures, increased incarceration comes with a human cost that we should not ignore. There are now over two million adults behind bars in this country. As of March 2009, roughly one out of every 31 adults was under some form of correctional control, either through incarceration or supervision; this compares to one out of every 77 adults during the presidency of Ronald Reagan.

This is a good point to stop for now. Up to this point the acquired information has been invaluable. Therefore, tomorrow we will put forth the ending of the discussion.

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The Obama Administration has argued there is no better alternative

The Obama Administration has argued there is no better alternative

Iran's Nuc SitesThe Obama Administration has argued that there is no better alternative to its controversial nuclear agreement with Iran. But rather than cutting off all paths to a nuclear weapon, as the Administration initially promised, the so-called Vienna Agreement only temporarily slows down Iran’s progress toward a nuclear weapons capability and, in fact, protects the regime’s nuclear infrastructure and research and development, potentially allowing Iran to become a more robust threshold nuclear breakout state.

The Vienna Agreement represents a Faustian bargain in which the Obama Administration agreed to dismantle sanctions and legitimize Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for temporary restrictions on uranium enrichment, greater (but still limited) access for U.N. inspectors and promises to comply with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)—promises that Tehran has repeatedly broken in the past. If Iran reneges on the agreement, as it could easily do since most of its concessions are quickly reversible, the international sanctions regime will be almost impossible to put back in place.

After 15 years, limitations on Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium are ended, and enrichment activities can be moved outside the Natanz facility and scaled up massively, making it easier and faster to stage a nuclear breakout. If Tehran bides its time it will be in a much better position to make a final sprint to a nuclear arsenal.

600x338_iran-nuclear-sites-mapIran’s nuclear expansion will be paid for with the huge financial windfall, estimated at up to $150 billion, which the regime will pocket in sanctions relief when its frozen assets are released, with tens of billions more dollars coming from expanded oil revenues after sanctions are ended. This enormous signing bonus also will be used to strengthen the ayatollahs’ brutal police state, build up its conventional military and ballistic missile forces, and escalate its export of terrorism and subversion.

The dangers posed by Iran’s enhanced ability to finance global terrorism will be compounded by the Administration’s last-minute capitulation on the U.N. arms embargo, which will be lifted in five years. This would allow Iran to upgrade its conventional weapons through imports from foreign suppliers and enable it to more easily arm its foreign allies and surrogates.

The reckless nuclear deal with Iran could lead nervous countries in the region to hedge980 their bets and seek their own nuclear weapons, fueling a cascade of nuclear proliferation that will undermine U.S. security interests in the volatile Middle East. Saudi Arabia has already let it be known that it will demand the same overly generous concessions on uranium enrichment that Iran received, and has begun negotiations to buy French, Russian, and South Korean nuclear reactors. Other Arab states, and Turkey, are likely to tee up their own nuclear programs as a prudent counterweight to offset Iran’s expanding nuclear potential, after some of the restrictions on its uranium-enrichment program automatically sunset.

The bottom line is that the Obama Administration has signed an agreement that will expand Iran’s power and influence, undermine confidence in the U.S. as an ally, strain U.S. relations with its regional friends, weaken long-standing nonproliferation goals on restricting access to sensitive nuclear technologies, and contribute to the evolution of a multipolar nuclear Middle East.

What we are saying is, President Barack Obama, the forerunner of “arms to Mexico” that eventuality the same weapons ended up killing Border Officers and referred to as Operation Fast & Furious, is the same individual that made agreements with Solyndra for some solar power, a company investigated by the FBI and shut down, is the same man who has allowed an uncontrollable influx of Central and South Americans to glide over our border and has generated NOT by public demand, but executive fiat an amnesty and forgiveness to well over 10 million illegal immigrants
By the way this is the same man who has tried to “fool” the American public into believing that an ambassador and his protection were annihilated in Benghazi, Libya, is the same man who illegally shipped military ordnance to assist the Libyan’s in over throwing the regime that was in power, as well as drew the red line in the sand regarding chemical weapons at use in Syria. So hell, why not change a talking points memo for your new ambassador to the United Nations then after the heat comes down on her, why not promote her to National Security Advisor?

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So many similarities — one must think Critically

So many similarities — one must think Critically

21MR9Z6EKNL__AA160_Can you name the greatest mass murderer of the 20th century? No, it wasn’t Hitler or Stalin. It was Mao Zedong.

According to the authoritative “Black Book of Communism,” an estimated 65 million Chinese died as a result of Mao’s repeated, merciless attempts to create a new “socialist” China. Anyone who got in his way was done away with — by execution, imprisonment or forced famine.

For Mao, the No. 1 enemy was the intellectual. The so-called Great Helmsman reveled in his blood-letting, boasting, “What’s so unusual about Emperor Shih Huang of the China Dynasty? He had buried alive 460 scholars only, but we have buried alive 46,000 scholars.” Mao was referring to a major “accomplishment” of the Great Cultural Revolution, which from 1966-1976 transformed China into a great House of Fear.

The most inhumane example of Mao’s contempt for human life came when he ordered the collectivization of China’s agriculture under the ironic slogan, the “Great Leap Forward.” A deadly combination of lies about grain production, disastrous farming methods (profitable tea plantations, for example, were turned into rice fields), and misdistribution of food produced the worse famine in human history.

Deaths from hunger reached more than 50 percent in some Chinese villages. The total number of dead from 1959 to 1961 was between 30 million and 40 million — the population of California.

Only five years later, when he sensed that revolutionary fervor in China was waning, Mao cultural revolutionproclaimed the Cultural Revolution. Gangs of Red Guards — young men and women between 14 and 21 — roamed the cities targeting revisionists and other enemies of the state, especially teachers, and believe it or not — parents and relatives of the adolescent guards.

Professors were dressed in grotesque clothes and dunce caps, their faces smeared with ink. They were then forced to get down on all fours and bark like dogs. Some were beaten to death, some even eaten — all for the promulgation of Maoism. A reluctant Mao finally called in the Red Army to put down the marauding Red Guards when they began attacking Communist Party members, but not before 1 million Chinese died.

Such calculated cruelty exemplified his Al Capone philosophy: “Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.”

And yet Mao Zedong remains the most honored figure in the Chinese Communist Party. At one end of historic Tiananmen Square is Mao’s mausoleum, visited daily by large, respectful crowds. At the other end of the square is a giant portrait of Mao above the entrance to the Forbidden City, the favorite site of visitors, Chinese and foreign. Repression continues…

In the spirit of Mao, China’s present rulers continue to oppress intellectuals and other dissidents such as human-rights activist Liu Xiaobo. He was sentenced last month to 11 years in prison for “inciting subversion of state power.” His offense: signing Charter 08, which calls on the government to respect basic civil and human rights within a democratic framework.

China presents itself as a vast market for U.S. companies and investors. But some U.S. companies are taking a second look at doing business in a country which considers Mao Zedong its patron saint. Google has said it is reconsidering its operations in China after discovering a sophisticated cyber attack on its e-mail which the government must have initiated or approved.

Google has revealed what many in the Internet world have known for some time — China routinely hacks into U.S. and Western Web sites for national security and other valuable information. Mao would have enthusiastically applauded this intellectual rape.

I wonder: would President Obama be so ready to kowtow (act of kneeling, ultimate respect) to China if in the middle of Beijing there was a mausoleum of Hitler and, hanging from the gate to the Forbidden City, a giant swastika?

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Legislation to cut off Federal Funding for Planned Parenthood failed

Protesters gather outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Vista, California August 3, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Protesters gather outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Vista, California August 3, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Blake

I remain a person who does not profess to know everything. Mind you, it is without question a mystery to me as to why this “non-funding” bill did not make it through the senate. I want to scream, “Who has the lead position here.” Mitch McConnell that’s who.

Before I totally launch into this minor tirade, one should be made aware that Obama’s ACORN and SEIU organizations are running tip top. Just a suggestion — check on how your senator’s voted. You know, the quantum antics of Sen. Marco Rubio as well as Sen. Lindsey Graham or John McCain for that matter will not escape me. A person can “join” the side of the other party; but be careful, it may come back to haunt one.

Republican legislation to cut off federal funding for Planned Parenthood failed to gather enough support in the U.S. Senate on Monday, halting at least for now moves to punish the women’s health group for its role in gathering fetal tissue from abortions for medical research.

Senate Democrats succeeded in stopping the bill on a procedural vote. Sixty votes were needed to advance it in the 100-person chamber. It received 53 votes, with 46 senators opposing it.

Planned Parenthood, which provides healthcare services to millions of women at hundreds of centers nationwide, has come under attack with the online posting of hidden-camera videos produced by an anti-abortion group, Center for Medical Progress.

The group has said the videos show Planned Parenthood officials negotiating prices for fetal tissue from abortions it performs. Planned Parenthood has denied any wrongdoing and has said it does not profit from fetal tissue donation.

Under U.S. law, donated human fetal tissue may be used for research, but profiting from its sale is prohibited.
Republicans are likely to try again in September to stop Planned Parenthood from getting federal funds, which currently amount to more than $500 million a year.

After a congressional recess in August, conservative Republicans could try to attach their defunding measure to a bill to fund the government, raising the prospect of a possible government shutdown over the issue.

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Collected Hodgepodge regarding the Iran Nuclear Deal

Collected Hodgepodge regarding the Iran Nuclear Deal

images2NI1D3YWSen. Chuck Schumer will be the key to defeating the Iran nuclear deal, the New York Democrat’s longtime friend and colleague Joe Lieberman said Sunday. If you will pardon me for just a moment this is precisely what most people use as their grievance toward American foreign policy right now in today’s history.

I believe if one reads paragraph by paragraph about what Democrat senators are saying about the structure of the “Deal” from its very inception until now considering the promises made by congressional people as well as administration officials there can be no doubt that someone is not telling the truth regarding the Iranian Nuclear Deal.

“I think in his heart and head he knows this is a bad deal,” Lieberman, who represented Connecticut in the Senate as a Democrat and later as an Independent for 24 years, told John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable” on AM 970 in New York.

A large rally outside Schumer’s office in New York City last week was attended not only byimagesEJS7RLR4 Republican opponents, but also by several liberals and Democrats including Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz and New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind.

“I think [Schumer] knows his constituents in New York don’t want the deal,” Lieberman said.

Schumer has not yet announced how he plans to vote on ratifying the agreement, but Lieberman said that if he does vote against it he will give other Democrats the freedom to vote for what is best for the country over party loyalty.

This comment will definitely not take rocket science to figure out. I believe that in the original founding and framing days of our Founding Fathers the definition of a republican democracy was basically (1) people have the power which is relinquished, only in part, to the representatives — that vote for and on behalf of what the members of their constituency wanted. Now having stated that, (2) why then is there an active amnesty going on; I made a chart earlier this week to show just how many people exist in the sexual orientation different USA versus the otherwise non LGBTQ USA. The results are stunning!

imagesP0CGCG0MCiting the continued chants of “Death to America” inside Iran, some joined in by Iranian leaders, Lieberman asked, “How can you make a deal with someone who says they want to kill you?” Concessions on what were once promised “anytime/anywhere inspections” have turned the deal into “joke,” Lieberman told several reporters. “The inspections provision, which is really a no-inspections provision, is reason enough to vote against the agreement,” he said.

As the White House campaign to persuade Congress about the wisdom of its Iran nuclear deal moves into its second week, important components of the complex agreement are emerging that will be shrouded from the public and in some cases from the U.S. government itself.

The existence of these secret clauses and interpretations could undermine the public’s trust in the Barack Obama administration’s presentations about the nuclear pact. Already Republicans and other critics of the deal have seized on the side agreements between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency as a weakness in the deal closed last week in Vienna.

images96QOR025The controversy began on Wednesday when Secretary of State John Kerry told House lawmakers behind closed doors that he neither possessed nor had read a copy of two secret side deals between the IAEA and Iran, according to Representative Mike Pompeo, a Republican member of the House Intelligence Committee who was inside the session. Congress hasn’t seen those side agreements either. Sound familiar?

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This Rubbish of “Protected Status” is way out of Control

This is getting way out of control…

eagle with flag design on wingsI make nothing but nonsense out of some of the information I listened to today. Actually the precise situation was called upon and featured on Fox News’ program, The Five. During one of the regular segments (the time where an actual newsperson espouses news) Mr. Greg Gutfeld brought forth some settled cases dealing with antidiscriminatory and discrimination laws that are now being used as a means of gathering money.

What Greg Gutfeld painstakingly pointed out was how those within this category are notified with a general publication of the fines that business owners are being fined. So let’s take your average family or individual from India for this example. Sidebar: We have quasi-leaders who campaign and overly blow their whistles about how in order to assist the nation revive itself to economic prosperity, then we must encourage people and families to become “start up” company’s and become real Americans.

Obama's Constitution breaking_No RespectBut as I have altruistically learned how most politicians just love to hear their own voices and promise the people everything only when rubber hits the road, they do everything within their lying, contemptuousness, and fabricate everything to fit inside of their promises. We literally have heads of state trouncing on the country’s Constitution or — law of the land — why do you suppose? It is not a matter of not knowing; furthermore, it is very much the matter of “catch me if you can” or more aptly, “I’ll do it because I can…no one is going to challenge me on this action…” Therefore, every single time I hear Barack Obama make mention of his integrity, or better still, his pride — swollen pride when something goes his way. Back to my original story….

So up in New York using something akin to Craig’s List or EBay, generally as a means of advertising it is not uncommon to see:

Wanted: One who either knows the culture or a person from India to serve as the wait staff in our new family orientated business — an Indian restaurant. How many other ways can a conscientious person say or state, “Hey we own a very authentic and cultural Indian restaurant. We need our catering service personnel to be knowledgeable, thorough, vigilant and careful. In other words we need people who desire to do a task well and fit into our family’s new business.”

The hilarity behind the issue is what these keen advertiser’s found along with their printedanimated_candle_short  [copy ready] advertisements. First finding, discriminatory advertising and violations of EEOC hiring practices; second finding: for each individual needed (waiter, waitress, chef) carried with it an automatic fine of $5000.

This is the kind of shee-it people could have been presented with along with someone’s hand (palm up) out. As for me gang truthfully now — as long as there is “protected status” given freely by our government then the current situation is Ad Ridiculitis. One person, or a culture can be sensitive but the real issue behind this matter is allegedly political correctness; consequently, the more one is protected the lesser they will become assimilated.


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Federal Judge Gives Obama 1 Week to Release Immigrant Children Held

Federal Judge Gives Obama 1 Week to Release Immigrant Children Held in Border Prisons in Deplorable Conditions

88760-full-300x158A large number of women and children who entered the U.S. illegally in 2014 are being held at private prisons in deplorable conditions in violation of a 1997 settlement on the issue. U.S. District Court Judge Dolly Gee has issued an order, giving the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) until August 3rd to either release the families or file an explanation as to why they should remain in custody.

This decision no matter where I went for further verification simply did not quantify for me regarding the issue “giving the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) until August 3rd to either release the families or file an explanation as to why they should remain in custody.” On the prima facie level it appears as though these illegals will just be released into the mainstream population.

The Honorable Judge Gee’s order stems from the case known as Flores v. Reno et. al. It was the culmination of more than ten years of litigation over Immigration and Naturalization Service policy on immigrant children (under the age of 18) arriving in the U.S. without their parents or other guardians. With specific exceptions for juvenile delinquents, special-needs children, and those with chemical dependency issues, the settlement requires that “all homes and facilities by licensed programs…shall be non-secure” – in other words, not correctional institutions.

Children with special needs or dealing with drug or alcohol dependency are to be provided with appropriate services and access to treatment programs. In all cases, such minor children are to be placed in the least restrictive environment appropriate to their age and circumstances. They are to have access to water, sanitary facilities, food and medical care as well as reasonably comfortable quarters. The INS is obliged to provide adequate supervision and protection for these children and allow them contact with family members. Under no circumstances are such children to be placed among juvenile offenders – even if the INS must contract with a correctional facility in order to provide them with housing, food and water (in this case, the facility must have separate living quarters available).

In short, immigrant children are to be treated as refugees and asylum seekers, not criminals. The terms of the Flores settlement have not been followed at two privately-run detention centers in Texas. The two facilities are located south of San Antonio, approximately 95 miles apart, in Dilley and Karnes City. A third facility is being operated in Berks County, Pennsylvania, 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia.

B9k48e0IAAARvkhLast year, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), acting under the authority of the Department of Homeland Security, instituted a “blanket policy” of detaining all women with children arriving from Central America. Most of these families are fleeing dangerous, life-threatening conditions in their countries of origin – including domestic abuse. According to court documents, detainees were denied the opportunity for “release on bond, recognizance, supervision or parole if [the ICE] believes that those families arrived in the United States as part of the ‘surge’ of unauthorized entrants – mostly children – that purportedly began in the summer of 2014.”

Judge Gee found DHS policy to be in violation of several provisions of the Flores settlement. She also agreed with the plaintiffs who alleged that the ICE had subjected children to “harsh, substandard conditions and treatment.” According to ACLU lawyers, who represented plaintiffs in an earlier lawsuit, the DHS instituted the policies in order to send a warning message to other would-be asylum seekers.

The defendant in this case – the Federal Government – has claimed that “detention was necessary to protect national security,” according to a professor at the New York University Law School. A press secretary for the DHS told the Los Angeles Times that the agency was “disappointed with the court’s decision and are reviewing it in consultation with the Department of Justice.”

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