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Obama Regime Ready to Deport Christian Family

Posted by V the K at 11:02 pm - March 3, 2014.
Filed under: War on Christians

Is it credible that we have room in this country for 12 million illegal border jumpers, but not for one Christian family that just wants to homeschool their kids? Because that is the position of the Obama Administration.

If you want to jump the border and sign up for welfare, housing, free college educations, Obamacare, and Obamaphones, then welcome aboard. But if you’re a Christian family that wants to come to the United State to escape Nazi-Era laws against educating your kids in the manner of your choosing… don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

Obama in Fantasyland

Posted by Jeff (ILoveCapitalism) at 9:13 pm - March 3, 2014.
Filed under: National Security,Obama Incompetence

V picked up on the Obama Fantasy aspect of the Ukraine crisis earlier; consider this part 2.

President Obama thinks he can hit Russia with economic sanctions but, as they did last summer in the Syria crisis, Britain is siding with Russia for practical purposes.

Of course the Telegraph article tries to make it sound nice, in the lede:

Britain is preparing to rule out trade sanctions against Russia amid fears that the Ukraine crisis could derail the global economic recovery.

Further down is the truth:

…the capacity of European leaders to react decisively has been hampered by the dependence of much of the European Union on Russian oil and gas…

On Monday, Mr Obama…said he had warned Russia that if it continued on its “current trajectory”, it would face “a whole series” of economic and diplomatic steps that would leave it isolated.

However, there was little sign that the increased pressure was doing anything to deter Mr Putin…

It is not a foregone conclusion that Russia is the one facing isolation. This is a measure of how much American influence has been lost on Obama’s watch.

And This Is Why Muslim Bakeries Are Never Forced to Bake Cakes for Gay Weddings

 

Yup.

WaPo Is Partially Correct

Posted by V the K at 12:43 pm - March 3, 2014.
Filed under: Obama Incompetence

The Reliably Left-Wing Washington Post*says that Obama’s foreign policy is “based on fantasy.”

FOR FIVE YEARS, President Obama has led a foreign policy based more on how he thinks the world should operate than on reality. It was a world in which “the tide of war is receding” and the United States could, without much risk, radically reduce the size of its armed forces. Other leaders, in this vision, would behave rationally and in the interest of their people and the world. Invasions, brute force, great-power games and shifting alliances — these were things of the past.

They are correct to note that his foreign policy is based on fantasy and executed by middle school girls who think they can taught their adversaries into submission by telling them their actions make them uncool and will lead the cool kids to reject them.

They fail to note that his economic, health care, energy, and national security policies are also based on fantasy. e.g The fantasy that socialism works if it is administered correctly.

*Now a property of Jeff Bezos of Amazon; how convenient to own the newspaper that shapes the opinions of the politicians who regulate your business… and your competition.

UPDATE (from Jeff – ILC): More links.

  • The Reliably Left-Wing New Republic says Mitt Romney Was Right About Russia. Gee. Admitting that you were wrong about someone, long after your admission could make a difference, is…nice?? or?
  • Obama plans financial attacks on Russia. I believe that the extent to which this is real (not just bluster) is the extent to which it will backfire. For years, China and Russia have been building alliances and facilities to kick the U.S. dollar off of its international pedestal. Any success that Obama has in squeezing Russia economically will push them along that road.

Why Do We Need Politicians to Oppose Bigotry?

Posted by V the K at 9:34 am - March 3, 2014.
Filed under: Big Government Follies

A legitimate question:

So why do many people assume that the only remedy for anything bad—including bads that involve no physical force—is state action, which always entails the threat of violence? Are we really so powerless to deal with repulsive but nonviolent conduct unless politicians act on our behalf?

Why should we give up our power and freedom to the State in order to deal with a few isolated cases of “people doing things we don’t agree with?”

I’ll give you an answer: Because leftists get off on using state power to punish people they don’t like.

Mass murder in China

Posted by Jeff (ILoveCapitalism) at 2:58 am - March 3, 2014.
Filed under: Gun Control,Politics abroad,Second Amendment

30+ dead and 130+ injured…done with knives:

How much do you want to bet this tragedy took place in a “gun-free zone”? (That entire left-wing dictatorship of a country being such a zone, of course. Communist China does not permit its citizens’ gun rights.)

And how much hand-wringing do you think the Chinese people will do over what *they* supposedly did to cause the tragedy? (As opposed to punishing the actual perpetrators.)

Hat tip Zero Hedge.

True conspiracies?

It’s healthy to be skeptical of conspiracy theories; especially ones whose truth would require bad science, illogical motives, the implausible silence of thousands of people, etc. For example, the Rosie O’Donnell form of 9-11 Trooferism, in which absurd claims are made that fire somehow can’t melt nor weaken structural steel, that employees spanning vast security agencies of multiple nations conspired in vast deceptions, etc.

But occasionally, a conspiracy might be real, or partly so. I recently web-surfed to this interesting video from the folks at list25.com. They claim to list 25 true conspiracies.

Note: I DO NOT AGREE with, or vouch for, their entire list. For example, their item 18 (the Nayirah al-Sabah war propaganda case) specifically asserts a CIA connection that Wikipedia does not mention at all. Or their item 15 (about polio vaccine containing a cancer-inducing agent) appears to be weakly sourced.

Still, here are three of their items which were new to me – and which did seem to be supported, when I did quick Google searches for them. If true, they would be historically interesting. If untrue, please feel free to say so in the comments (hopefully with links).

25. Did the NSA in the early 1960s propose to foment war with Cuba, by means of false terrorist incidents that would kill Americans? Search for Operation Northwoods. Again, if this story is false, please let us know in the comments. ABC News reported it as true. If it was a real proposal, then President Kennedy deserves kudos for rejecting it.

24. Did technology exist, as early as the 1970s, to assassinate people ‘trace-free’? A senate.gov page says that:

At the first televised hearing [of the 1975 Church Committee]…Chairman Church dramatically displayed a CIA poison dart gun to highlight the committee’s discovery that the CIA directly violated a presidential order by maintaining stocks of shellfish toxin sufficient to kill thousands.

Some say the point was to deliver a tiny dart, and a toxin, that would decay on impact and become undetectable, after having induced a massive heart attack. I (Jeff) would add that, if the CIA had it in the 1970s, then surely others must have it in the 2000s; which must be why some people wonder about the sudden heart attack of Andrew Breitbart. (more…)