“They use money to buy up politicians, policemen, border agents, and businesses across the (Texas side) border so they can get their drugs, prostitutes, and whatever they want in-and-out quicker and safer,” Carlos continued. “This makes it more easy if someone, like from Pakistan or Syria or wherever wants to come to the United States, they can pay the cartels to do that.”
In the 60 Minutes interview, Comey said that terrorist networks in Syria are a creation of “the metastasis of al Qaeda” and identified their two major groups, al Nusra and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Both have been targets of the recent bombings lead by U.S. forces in the area according to various news sources.
“There are more and more whispers and meetings and Middle Eastern talk in this (South Central Texas) area and within the Islamic community’s leadership about something going down,” claimed Tony. “And I am afraid, very afraid it is not going to be good for America.”
Proposed in 1954 by then-Senator Lyndon B. Johnson in retaliation for churches in Texas exposing the dark side of his candidacy, the Johnson Amendment was adopted with this chilling invasion of First Amendment rights:
Under the Internal Revenue Code, all Section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.
Contributions to political campaign funds for public statements of position (verbal or written) made on behalf of the organization in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for public office clearly violate the prohibition against political campaign activity.
Violating his prohibition may result in denial or revocation of tax-exempt status and the imposition of certain excise taxes.
This is exactly what the Alliance Defending Freedom is hoping will happen: that some erstwhile and opportunistic IRS agent will file suit against Pastor Garlow, or one of his brother pastors, so that the issue can be taken to court and resolved.
FK – Gee, are they finally getting off their asses and not sitting around waiting for the world to end?
And just what was it that caused the entire county attorney’s office to dislike Tim Baldwin and use that personal prejudice to coerce and intimidate a defendant? According to the recorded voice of the drug task force officer, the reason the prosecutor’s office doesn’t like Tim is because he is a “constitutionalist,” his dad (me) ran for President in 2008 as a third party candidate, and Tim doesn’t just “go along” with the prosecutor’s office but actually defends his clients. The police officer referred to my presidential candidacy as some B*** S*** party. Actually, Mr. Drug Task Force Officer, it was the Constitution Party, which, in 2008, was America’s third largest political party.
Imagine if this police officer had said that the reason the county attorney’s office didn’t like Tim and wanted him fired was because he was black, or Hispanic, or Jewish, or Muslim, or Democrat, or liberal? You know what would happen. It would be front page news in national newspapers and a prominent news story on every network and cable television news network in the country. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would descend on Kalispell, Montana. And the county attorney, the deputy county attorney, and the drug task force officer involved would have already been dismissed by now. You know that’s true!
FK – Nothing the shysters do surprises me. Most of them are whores in a corrupt system that only exists to take advantage of the ignorant and the poor. Listen to the whore here.
In the short run, that is having a positive impact on prices at the pump in the United States, which fell to an average of just $3.32 a gallon last week, the lowest price since February. More than half of the states have at least one gas station selling gas at less than three dollars a gallon.
If oil prices drop too far, however, production will be stymied. As Stephen Leeb, a writer at Forbes, put it, “It takes energy to get energy.” In the early 1950s, it took the energy from 20 barrels of oil to harvest 100 barrels. Today, in conventional oil fields, it takes about one barrel to produce nine.
FK – Is there anything to celebrate here? As long as gas is over 3 bucks a gallon, over 2.50 as far as I’m concerned, it’s unaffordable. Too many ‘workers’ are making 8 – 12 bucks an hour or less.
Focused heavily on the standoff with the Bureau of Land Management at the Bundy Ranch and on Las Vegas cop killers Jerad and Amanda Miller, the report continues with a well-documented tradition of conflating those who believe in the right to keep and bear arms with enemies of a Constitutional government of limited and defined powers. Citizen journalist Mike Vanderboegh, who first reported on a “walked” guns connection with the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, dismissed the relevance of a meaningful Miller connection with the Bundy situation in a July post on his Sipsey Street Irregulars blog. The Millers, per credible reports, had been documented creatures of a different ideology.
FK – I can proudly claim that I’ve been on their ‘list’ for a long time.
The apparent spacecraft was photographed by Lunar Orbiter III (frame 3073) that was sent in 1967 to map the moon for future Apollo missions. Prior to its October 2014 “rediscovery,” the UFO in the photo was discovered in October 2007 and discussed on an online forum where the consensus was that it was a spacecraft of some kind.
FK – Are they up there? These pix could be ‘photoshopped’ or Just low resolution but that doesn’t mean ‘they’ aren’t using our moon as a base, vacation spot, industrial site, or for mining operations. Things I’ve watched and read over the years have convinced me that ‘they’ whatever they really are they’ve been here a very long time. We’d better hope they view us as a nature preserve rather than a resource or a farm. Sadly I’ve come to think they or at least some of ‘them’ view us as livestock, kinda like the elites who run our world.
“I’ve been approached by a couple of big independent producers in Hollywood to make it,” Morgan revealed, albeit not naming any names, to media reporter Dylan Byers. “I’ve got a big offer on the table from a big player in Hollywood to fund it. We’re not quite where we both want to be yet, but we’re negotiating hard, and other people might come in.”
It’s big. Real big.
FK – There is only one cure for such arrogance and it comes with lead or hemp or a good solid Louisville slugger.
ICANN has already been under the influence of the United Nations for years, belonging to the UN’s World Intellectual Property Organization, which was created in 1967 allegedly to “encourage creative activity [and] to promote the protection of intellectual property throughout the world.” The World Intellectual Property Organization has already exceeded its own initial purposes, morphing from “protecting” intellectual property to “transferring” those property rights, or their interpretation of those rights, “to developing countries in order to accelerate economic, social and cultural development,” as determined by the UN.
However, the state Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection has intervened, filing an appeal over the permit being returned.
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League, a pro-gun rights group which Lazurek belongs to, now says it is trying to raise money to help him fight the “unprecedented” move. The group claims no direct involvement in the case but argues its importance “should be obvious” to gun owners across the state.
FK – It’s obvious no free person should have to request ‘permission’ or a ‘license’ to exercise the most basic right any creature possesses, the right to fight back.