Category Archives: Constitution

Obama: The Genocide President


Genocide is a term that means the extermination of a specific group of people. It doesn’t simply mean murder and other forms of abuse by a government, which may also taking place at the same time. Here are a few identifiable examples that are related to the Obama regime. The links below are from simple Google search results: “Obama and Jihad” etc. I don’t stand behind every word, but show them to demonstrate that the Obama regime’s connections to genocide are increasingly well documented.


Hint: What do you think Obama and Hillary were covering up in Benghazi?

Death Panels

Yes, they exist. But keep in mind the fact that “Progressives” always cover their real plans with euphemistic names like “Independent Payment Advisory Board,” and “The Affordable Healthcare Act.”


Race WAR

Possible hidden agenda for FEMA

Now we on onto a subject that is not as clear, but substantially real enough to raise concerns. I’ll begin with a video segment by Rachael Maddow, somebody who is on the opposite side of the political spectrum from me, who is equally troubled about these developments.

On this subject, we have many strident voices, but few conclusions. However, the structure has been put in place, and is ready to use whenever an American president decides that an entire category of people in America are becoming too troublesome.


The current president of the United States has built up an alarming track record.

Stay informed.
Don’t be fooled.

Quiz time! Guess how many people were shot in Chicago over the weekend

MyFoxChicago: Five people have been killed and at least 23 others wounded in shootings across the city since Friday evening, police said.

A teenage boy was shot and killed early Sunday in the Humboldt Park neighborhood on the West Side. Police found the 16-year-old boy with a gunshot wound to the head on the sidewalk in the 900 block of North Karlov about 1:15 a.m., police said. He was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office could not immediately confirm the fatality. A police source said the teen had gang affiliations.

Two people were killed and a third was wounded in a shooting Saturday night in Logan Square. The three people were in a vehicle in the 2300 block of North Springfield at 11:45 p.m. when someone walked up and opened fire at the vehicle, police said. The vehicle then struck several parked cars.

A 16-year-old boy was shot in the back and cheek and taken to Illinois Masonic, where he was pronounced dead, Greer said. A 21-year-old man was shot in the head and also taken to Masonic, where he was pronounced dead. An 18-year-old man was shot in the finger and taken to Norwegian, where he was listed in good condition. The medical examiner’s office could not immediately confirm the fatalities. A police source said all three victims have gang affiliations.

About 12:50 a.m. Saturday, a 16-year-old girl and another man, 20, were shot in the 7200 block of South Laflin, police said. The girl was dead at the scene, police said. The man was taken to Christ Medical Center where his condition had stabilized.

The medical examiner’s office identified the girl as Shaquise Buckner of the 1400 block of West 72nd Street. An autopsy Saturday determined she died from a gunshot wound to the head, and her death was ruled a homicide.

A 25-year-old man was shot and killed a block east of Chicago Police Headquarters about 11:35 p.m. Friday.

Walter Neely was found shot in the abdomen in the 3400 block of South Indiana, authorities said. Someone had approached on foot and fired at him, police said. Neely was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 11:55 p.m., authorities said. His home address was unknown Saturday afternoon. The shooting happened about one block east of police headquarters at 3510 S. Michigan Ave.

The most recent nonfatal shooting happened early Sunday morning in the Avondale neighborhood on the Northwest Side. A 23-year-old man was in the 2900 block of North Kimball about 4:35 a.m. when he was shot in the foot, possibly by someone in a vehicle driving by, police said. The man was taken to Illinois Masonic in good condition. Police said the man has gang affiliations. (Hmmm, I see a pattern here…)

At least 20 other people have been shot across the city since 6:30 p.m. Friday.


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Despite Michael Bloomberg’s money, pro-gun sheriff wins in Wisconsin

Yesterday, I did a disheartening post about a research study that found ordinary Americans have a near-zero impact on public policy. Instead, government policy is controlled by the monied élite.

Frequent FOTM commenter Seumas proposed that our battle should begin “at the local level, and not try for too big a fish too soon, get the town/city and county governments free of corruption first, including the police departments,” with which I heartily agree. It is at the local level that we truly can effectuate changes.

Below is one encouraging example of voters defeating monied interests.

Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.Sheriff David A. Clark Jr.

Cheryl K. Chumley reports for The Washington Times, Aug. 13, 2014, that pro-gun incumbent sheriff David Clarke in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, beat back the anti-gun money of former New York City Mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg to win his primary contest for re-election by a handy margin, 52% vs. 48%.

100% of precincts have reported, giving Sheriff Clarke a 4,700 vote lead. But his Bloomberg-backed opponent, Chris Moews, has yet to concede, deciding instead to wait for the count on the 6,000 absentee ballots.

Clarke is a Democrat and is now almost sure to win in November because no Republican is challenging him.

Sheriff Clarke made national headlines with a public service ad in 2013 in which he stated, in part: “I’m Sheriff David Clarke and I want to talk to you about something personal: Your safety. It’s no longer a spectator sport. I need you in the game. But are you ready? With officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option. … Consider taking a certified safety course in handling of firearms, so you can defend yourself until we get there. You have a duty to protect yourself and your family. We’re partners now. Can I count on you?”

The sheriff was also a featured speaker at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in Indianapolis — during which he harshly criticized Bloomberg’s anti-gun efforts.

The race took on national tones just last week when Bloomberg — who helps head the Mayors Against Illegal Guns group and has taken up a personal crusade to scale back Second Amendment rights — threw in $150,000 to defeat Sheriff Clarke. That amount was more than what Sheriff Clarke and his opponent had spent on their entire campaigns.

Happily, Bloomberg’s efforts to sway voters down the anti-gun path failed. dancingbanana


Idaho gun road-sign is a photoshop

Idaho sign

Did you receive an email with this pic, or seen it on a blog (here and here)?

If so, please don’t forward the email, because the sign is fake. How do I know? Because:

  1. The governor of Idaho is C. L. “Butch” Otter, not Nick Waite.
  2. Idaho has never had a governor named Nick Waite:

I’d received this as an email. That Idaho’s governor is not Nick Waite is easily verifiable, and yet many people fell for this hoax.

Truth is sacred. Please don’t perpetuate this hoax by forwarding your email to others.


Professor: gun owners not a ‘protected group,’ says people should flee from open carry activists

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Campus Reform: Gun owners are not a “protected group” under the Constitution, according to a philosophy professor at the University of North Dakota (UND).

Jack Russell Weinstein, who is also the director of the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life at UND, claimed that people uncomfortable with open-carry gun owners should simply leave a business or restaurant where the activists are present—even if that means not paying the tab. He refuted the idea that to actively treat gun owners as if one is afraid of them is discriminatory in nature because gun owners are not “traditionally marginalized” and are not a “protected group.”

“First of all, under the Constitution, we have protected groups and traditionally marginalized people—women in this country, African-Americans in this country, gays and lesbians in this country—if you leave because they’re there and they’re no threat to you, than that’s a problem. Gun owners are not a protected group,” Weinstein said in a video. “The right to carry weapons may be, depending on where you are; the right to bear arms certainly is, but of course the right to bear arms doesn’t mean the right to bear every arm, it doesn’t mean the right to bear all the arms. It only means the rights to bear arms.”

“[G]un rights activists do not have a history of institutional discrimination,” Weinstein continued. “They do not have a history of being denied the right to marry, the right to go to school, being denied the right to vote. They haven’t been slaves. They weren’t subject to the Holocaust. They haven’t been beaten in the streets.”

Weinstein said that he addresses the gun rights debate as a “philosopher asking how to solve an intractable problem.” He said the gun carry activists—particularly in Texas—want the ability to openly carry guns, “often high-powered automatic weapons,” making other people uneasy and afraid.

“There really is no legitimate way of determining intent,” Weinstein wrote in an earlier blog post. “Even if the people with guns are carrying a sign claiming to be activists (which they do not do), they could be lying, just setting us all up for slaughter.”


Weinstein then encouraged people who are afraid of a gun carrier to simply leave the restaurant—without paying the bill. “If you’re afraid for your life, you just get up and leave,” he said. “Maybe the restaurant pays the bill themselves, maybe the activists pay the bill.”

Weinstein added that if gun activists “really care about gun rights, they won’t mind paying for the hundreds of meals that they inspired the innocent bystanders to leave behind.”

“Most gun-rights activists describe a world of tremendous dangers,” Weinstein said. “Guns, they repeatedly tell us, are the only thing between home invasion, rape, murder, and government intrusion. Okay, well if that’s true, then we bystanders should be equally afraid, and react instantaneously to keep away the chaos and the violence. We learned to be afraid from the gun-rights supporters. They have gotten everything they wanted.

According to Weinstein, most people who saw his original blog post presenting this idea, saw it as a “rational, calm, safe” approach.

Recently, gun rights activists in Texas garnered national attention by protesting for open carry by bringing guns into stores and restaurants. Only six states, including Texas, do not permit people to openly display handguns. North Dakota is a shall-issue state that issues permits both for concealed and open carry.

This professor should stick to philosophy instead of Constitutional Law. Some of his ratings on

  • This man is the personification of narcissism. Avoid, if possible.”
  • “He rambles on and on and if students don’t agree with him, then you get a bad grade. He hides under the guise of philosophy and thinks he’s amazing, but he just rambles and wants everyone to agree with him and is self-centered.”
  • “Most of your grade is on journals. And if your opinion isn’t the same as his, expect a poor grade.”
  • “He was interesting for awhile, then I realized that what he gives the lofty title of “philosophy” is really just typical liberal talking points. Classes are insufferable.”
  • Self-centered, egotistical, propagandize and preaching rather than teaching and educating; avoid!”

Seems the professor loves to project. From his blog:

“My point: the political and economic realities of running from gun activists is, yet again, founded on classic philosophical issues, and when we take positions on issues of the day, we are really taking positions philosophically. The gun-rights activists think that their intent is obvious and that everyone knows what they hope to do. They believe their minds are transparent. But this is because they are all extreme narcissists. It baffles them that we don’t all know exactly what they are thinking. It shocks them that we don’t know that Jim is a good guy, and that Sally would never murder anyone. But they are wrong. We don’t know them and we don’t know how they think. The only thing that makes us notice them at all is that they have guns and truthfully, that’s why they carry them in the first place. They want to be celebrities, heroes, and the centers of attention.

For someone who claims to not know what open carry advocates think, he claims to know a lot of what they think. Brilliant!


Who Said Bin Laden Is Dead. Try Our Border.

Folks, just watch from :40 – 1:30 and watch your blood pressure spiral.


Patrick Howley

Political Reporter

James O’Keefe Crosses The US-Mexico Border Dressed As Osama Bin Laden

Hey, the camel's cute.  :)

Hey, the camel’s cute. :)

Investigative filmmaker James O’Keefe exposes the U.S.-Mexico border’s vulnerability to terrorism in his latest undercover project, obtained exclusively by The Daily Caller.

O’Keefe’s Project Veritas video reminds viewers of recent statements by the president and Obama administration officials that the southern border is secure. O’Keefe then proceeds to Hudspeth County, Texas, to easily cross back and forth cross the Rio Grande wearing the costume of modern history’s most recognizable terrorist.

“I see no border patrol. I see no security,” O’Keefe said in the video before donning a bin Laden mask. “Thousands of people have stood in my footsteps right now. They’ve come from South America, Honduras, Guatemala, and they’ve all crossed the border. And if they can cross, anybody can cross.”

O’Keefe’s work often distinguishes itself for proving taboo but accurate premises – in this case, that Islamic extremists are able to gain entry to the United States from Mexico, where drug cartels are linked to numerous terrorist organizations including Hezbollah and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), the strongest al-Qaida-like organization in the heart of the Middle East.


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Texas just published a map of gunowners’ location!

The Sandy Hook massacre hoax of December 14, 2012, unleashed a paroxysm of gun control legislation across the United States. (See here, here, and here.)

One response that received relatively scant notice was what a suburban New York City newspaper, The Journal News, did.

As reported by NewsMax, on December 24, 2012 — Christmas Eve! — the paper published an article, “The gun owner next door: What you don’t know about the weapons in your neighborhood,” with an interactive map showing the addresses of thousands of handgun permit holders across Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam Counties, the northern suburbs of New York City where the paper is read.

Not only was the information a violation of gunowners’ privacy, it also provided a map for criminals to use to find homes to rob that have no guns.

Hard to believe, but Texas has followed the example of The Journal News and released a map of the location of all its gun owners.

Their locations are marked by red dots on the map below. :D


Texas gun map

H/t FOTM’s josephbc69


Did you know you only have 3 options when facing a gunman?


They conveniently left out the most important option for some:


Second Amendment self defense is apparently not an option.


NJ cop says police don’t have to follow the Constitution

NJ cop Richard Recine

Fish rots from the head down.

And the United States of America is rotting from President Ebola down.

Example: A police officer actually told a citizen that the police don’t have to follow the United States Constitution.

Special Police Officer Richard Recine, of Helmetta, New Jersey, said:

“Obama has decimated the freakin’ Constitution, so I don’t give a damn. If he doesn’t follow the Constitution, we don’t have to.”

Here’s an account by Sergio Bichao for USA Today, Aug. 6, 2014:

New Jersey police officer was caught on camera telling a resident that police don’t have to follow the Constitution because President Obama doesn’t, either.

Special Police Officer Richard Recine, of the Borough of Helmetta Police Department, is now the subject of an internal affairs investigation after the video was posted online and was seen by Police Director Robert Manney, who called the comments an “embarrassment.”

In the video, taken Monday at the borough municipal building, resident Steve Wronko gets into a verbal confrontation with Recine, who was called to the building because Wronko was seen taking pictures inside.

After Wronko insists he has a constitutional right to record in a public place, Recine responds.

“Obama has decimated the friggin’ constitution, so I don’t give a damn,” said Recine, who is a retired Franklin, N.J., police officer. “Because if he doesn’t follow the Constitution we don’t have to.”

Wronko then turns to the person recording the camera to make sure that was recorded. Recine repeats himself.

“Our president has decimated the constitution, then we don’t have to.”

On Wednesday, Manney said Recine’s words were “uncalled for and unprofessional.”

Manney, who appears in the video but only after Recine had made his comments, said the investigation should be “completed very swiftly” because “the evidence is right there.”

Brandon Stewart of The Conservative Post has provided more background on the incident.

Steve Wronko confronted Officer Recine about the corruption going on in the town of Helmetta, specifically Mayor Nancy Martin’s nepotism.

Martin had appointed her son to head of the Animal Shelter, Animal Cruelty Investigator, Borough Laborer, Water Meter Reader, and Certified Recycling Co-ordinator.

Here’s contact info for the Helmetta City Government:

Robert A Manney, Helmetta Police Director
Phone: 732-521-4946

Nancy Martin, Mayor
Phone: 732-521-2012

H/t FOTM’s Sig94


The fourth estate, the fifth estate, a leftist power grab, and the pulpit


Hint: it’s all about power

The Fourth Estate is the self congratulating term our media wears, aspiring to be an actual branch of government, a power broker. The Fifth Estate is a term used for those who think they will supplant the media with the blogosphere. Today, all manner of media is circling the wagons to protect the current rogue, unconstitutional regime in Washington.

But before either of them came along, there was the pulpit.

Merriam-Webster defines it this way:
fourth estate
noun, often capitalized F&E
: the people and organizations who report the news : journalists as a group

A web page at the University of San Fransisco says the following:
Media as the “Fourth Estate”
Access to information is essential to the health of democracy for at least two reasons. First, it ensures that citizens make responsible, informed choices rather than acting out of ignorance or misinformation. Second, information serves a “checking function” by ensuring that elected representatives uphold their oaths of office and carry out the wishes of those who elected them.
Read the article at


What Is The Fifth Estate, Anyway?
If the fourth estate is mainstream media, the fifth is…

The term “Fifth Estate” explains our collective ability to share information, to create communities, and to organize social movements through online networks. The term originated in an attempt to distinguish the actions and interests of networked societies from those of the mass media, known as the Fourth Estate—a term coined by Scottish philosopher Edmund Burke in the 18th century to describe the press. By acting as a watchdog on other “estates” of the time—clergy, nobility, and secular authorities—the emerging profession that would become known as journalism had elevated itself to the others’ level…

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1,000-member secretive progressive journalist group uncovered

August 6, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A prominent CNN commentator, the top two political reporters for The Huffington Post, a Reuters reporter, the editor of The Nation magazine, a producer for Al Jazeera America television, a U.S. News & World Report columnist, and approximately two dozen Huffington Post contributors are among the more than 1,000 members of Gamechanger Salon.

Founded by leftwing activist Billy Wimsatt, the group is a secretive digital gathering of writers, opinion leaders, activists and political hands who share information, ideas and strategy via a closed Google group.

The group’s existence was discovered by Media Trackers through an open records request filed with a University of Wisconsin professor who happened to be a member of the network…

Read the whole story at

The Library of Congress records the fact that the pulpits of America played a pivotal role in throwing off the rule of England.


Religion and the Founding of the American Republic

Religion and the American Revolution

Religion played a major role in the American Revolution by offering a moral sanction for opposition to the British–an assurance to the average American that revolution was justified in the sight of God. As a recent scholar has observed, “by turning colonial resistance into a righteous cause, and by crying the message to all ranks in all parts of the colonies, ministers did the work of secular radicalism and did it better.”

Ministers served the American cause in many capacities during the Revolution: as military chaplains, as penmen for committees of correspondence, and as members of state legislatures, constitutional conventions and the national Congress. Some even took up arms, leading Continental troops in battle.

The Revolution split some denominations, notably the Church of England, whose ministers were bound by oath to support the King, and the Quakers, who were traditionally pacifists. Religious practice suffered in certain places because of the absence of ministers and the destruction of churches, but in other areas, religion flourished.

The Revolution strengthened millennialist strains in American theology. At the beginning of the war some ministers were persuaded that, with God’s help, America might become “the principal Seat of the glorious Kingdom which Christ shall erect upon Earth in the latter Days.” Victory over the British was taken as a sign of God’s partiality for America and stimulated an outpouring of millennialist expectations–the conviction that Christ would rule on earth for 1,000 years. This attitude combined with a groundswell of secular optimism about the future of America to create the buoyant mood of the new nation that became so evident after Jefferson assumed the presidency in 1801.

So it all comes down to persuasion

When the leftists, the atheists and the muslims tell you to shut up, don’t listen. Continue preaching. The war of our time is fought in the minds of the public. Don’t let President Lucifer or any of his inner circle spread their lies without opposition. Battle them in every conversation. Shout down every Obama bumper sticker. Heckle every ridiculous utterance that comes out of these deceivers. Scald them with humorous disapproval. Laugh them out of  the public square.

“We’re mad as hell, and we’re not gonna take it anymore!”