Category Archives: Supreme Court

For Google Maps, Obama is a racist, traitor and usurper

My friend Mark S. McGrew alerted me to a FASCINATING phenomenon on Google Maps.

If you go to Google Maps and type in the following words in the search bar, you’ll get the White House as the result each time:

  • racist Washington D. C.
  • traitor Washington D.C.
  • treason Washington D.C.
  • usurper Washington D.C.
  • Muslim nigger Washington D.C.

It is noteworthy that in the case of the search words “traitor Washington, D.C.,” “treason Washington D.C.” and usurper Washington D.C.,” the Supreme Court is below the White House in search results.

Here are screenshots I took of each search result, with the time and date when I took the screenshot in the lower right corner. I painted red rectangles around the search words. I also painted over my personal information.

↓ Click images to enlarge ↓

Google Maps1Google Maps3Google Maps treasonGoogle Maps usurperGoogle Maps muslim

The explanation can’t be that Google Maps has a glitch and shows the White House for any and all “Washington D.C.” searches because I tested it by typing in “dogs Washington D.C.” and “cars Washington D.C.,” but the search results are not the White House, as you can in the screen shots I took below:

Google Maps dogsGoogle Maps cars

Try it yourself before Google Maps discovers the programmer and disables the program: https://www.google.com/maps/

~Éowyn

The 379 Companies Pushing Homo Marriage on the Supreme Court

image

Per the Huffington Post:

Big business has come out in favor of same-sex marriage.

Exactly 379 corporations and employer organizations urged the Supreme Court to strike down state bans on gay marriage, according to a friend-of-the-court brief obtained by The Huffington Post. The document was expected to be filed late Thursday morning.

“Employers are better served by a uniform marriage rule that gives equal dignity to employee relationships,” reads the brief, filed by global law firm Morgan Lewis. “Allowing same-sex couples to marry improves employee morale and productivity, reduces uncertainty, and removes the wasteful administrative burdens imposed by the current disparity of state law treatment.”

The list, provided in full below, includes corporate behemoths such as Coca-Cola Company, Goldman Sachs, Google and Morgan Stanley. It also includes brands like Ben & Jerry’s, a division of Unilever, and sports teams such as the New England Patriots, the San Francisco Giants and the Tampa Bay Rays.

Here is the full list of companies that have signed the amicus brief:

  1. A.L. Nella & Company, LLP, CPAs
  2. A.T. Kearney
  3. Aardema Whitelaw, PLLC
  4. Acacia Home LLC*
  5. Accenture
  6. Aetna Inc.
  7. Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
  8. AJ Leo Electric and Solar
  9. Akamai Technologies, Inc.
  10. Alaska Airlines
  11. Alcoa Inc.
  12. Amazon Services Inc. *
  13. Amazon.com, Inc.
  14. American Airlines Group Inc.
  15. American Apparel*
  16. American Express Company
  17. American International Group, Inc.*
  18. Aparicio-Mercado Law, L.C.*
  19. Apple Inc.
  20. AppNexus Inc.*
  21. Aramark
  22. Arbor Brewing Company, LLC
  23. Arnold & Porter LLP
  24. Aspen Skiing Company
  25. Assemble Sound LLC
  26. AT&T Inc.
  27. Atlas Cut Stone
  28. Atticus Circle
  29. The Austin Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  30. Avanade Inc.
  31. Bain & Company, Inc.*
  32. Bakehouse Art Complex*
  33. Baker & McKenzie LLP
  34. Bank of America
  35. The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
  36. Barclays
  37. Barnes & Noble, Inc.
  38. bebe stores, inc.
  39. Becton, Dickinson and Company
  40. Belcampo Inc.
  41. Ben & Jerry’s
  42. Big Duck Studio, Inc.
  43. Bigelow Villa LLC
  44. Billy’s Farm*
  45. BlackRock, Inc.
  46. Bloomberg L.P.
  47. Blue Apron, Inc.
  48. Blue Heron Ventures
  49. Blue Moon Hotel / Winter Haven Hotel*
  50. Blume, Faulkner & Skeen, PLLC*
  51. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.*
  52. Boston Community Capital, Inc.
  53. Boston Consulting Group
  54. The Boston Foundation*
  55. Boston Medical Center Corporation*
  56. Boston Scientific Corporation
  57. Brady Mills LLC
  58. BrandQuery LLC
  59. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
  60. Broadcom Corporation
  61. Brocade
  62. Cablevision Systems Corporation
  63. Capital One Financial Corporation
  64. Captain Wendell’s Marine Services LLC
  65. Cardinal Health, Inc.*
  66. Care Resource
  67. CBS Corporation
  68. CEB
  69. Central Physical Therapy and Fitness, PSC
  70. CGI
  71. Charlotte Business Guild
  72. The Chubb Corporation
  73. CIGNA Corporation
  74. Cisco Systems, Inc.
  75. Citigroup Inc.
  76. City Catering Company
  77. City Lites Neon, Inc.
  78. The City of Ann Arbor, Michigan
  79. Civitas Public Affairs Group
  80. Clean Yield Asset Management
  81. CloudFlare, Inc.
  82. CMIT Solutions of Seattle Downtown
  83. The Coca-Cola Company
  84. Cohen & Associates
  85. Colgate-Palmolive Company
  86. Columbia FunMap, Inc. *
  87. Comcast Corporation
  88. The Computer Butler
  89. ConAgra Foods, Inc.*
  90. The Corcoran Group
  91. Corner Brewery, LLC*
  92. Corning Incorporated*
  93. Cox Enterprises, Inc.
  94. Crazy Misfits Pet Services
  95. Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC
  96. Cummins Inc.
  97. Cupcake Royale*
  98. CVS Health Corporation
  99. Dallas Voice
  100. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc.*
  101. Danaher Corporation
  102. David J. Jarrett, P.C.
  103. David Kosar Insurance Agency
  104. David Mack Henderson Income Tax Preparation
  105. DCI Group AZ, L.L.C.*
  106. Deloitte LLP
  107. Delta Air Lines, Inc.
  108. Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation*
  109. The Desert Business Association*
  110. Deutsche Bank AG
  111. Diageo North America, Inc.
  112. DIRECTV
  113. DocuSign
  114. Domini Social Investments LLC
  115. The Dow Chemical Company
  116. Dreamcatcher Arts and Publishing Ltd. *
  117. Dropbox, Inc.
  118. DuPont
  119. eBay Inc.
  120. Edelman
  121. Eldercare Consulting
  122. Electronic Arts Inc.
  123. EnduringHydro, LLC
  124. Ernst & Young LLP
  125. The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.
  126. Event Rents*
  127. Everything Real Estate LLC
  128. Express Movers Inc.
  129. Facebook, Inc.
  130. Farella Braun + Martel, LLP
  131. Fastsigns*
  132. Fenwick & West LLP
  133. First Data Corporation*
  134. 1st Security Bank
  135. 1stdibs.Com, Inc.
  136. FIT Technologies
  137. Flanery CPA
  138. Full Court Press Communications
  139. G.A.W., Inc. *
  140. The Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Nevada*
  141. General Electric Company
  142. General Mills, Inc.
  143. Gensler
  144. Gilt Groupe Holdings, Inc.
  145. GlaxoSmithKline LLC
  146. Gleason & Associates Claims Services
  147. Go Factory, Inc.
  148. Goethel Engelhardt, PLLC
  149. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
  150. Google Inc.
  151. Goulston & Storrs, P.C.*
  152. Great Officiants LLC
  153. The Greater Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  154. Greater San Diego Business Association*
  155. Greater Seattle Business Association
  156. Greensulate
  157. Grossman Marketing Group
  158. Group Health Cooperative*
  159. Groupon*
  160. Growing Hope
  161. Harrell Remodeling
  162. The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.*
  163. Healthline
  164. Hewlett-Packard Company
  165. Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.*
  166. Holdredge Wines
  167. Homeward Pet Adoption Center
  168. Horizon Air Industries, Inc.
  169. House Packard LLC
  170. HSBC
  171. Ikard Wynne LLP
  172. The Independence Business Alliance
  173. The Inland Northwest Business Alliance
  174. Insala, Ltd
  175. Inspirato, LLC
  176. Integrated Archive Systems, Inc.
  177. Integrity Law Group*
  178. Intel Corporation
  179. Intuit Inc.
  180. INUS Group, LLC
  181. Jackson Hole Group LLC
  182. Jagod Designs
  183. Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  184. Jenn T. Grace International LLC
  185. Jennifer Brown Consulting
  186. JetBlue Airways Corporation
  187. The Jim Henson Company
  188. Johnson & Johnson
  189. Johnston, Kinney and Zulaica LLP
  190. Jonathan L. Bowman, Attorney at Law, PS
  191. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  192. Julian Chang Consulting, Inc.
  193. kapchur.us photography
  194. The Kathy A. Janssen Foundation
  195. Kazan, McClain, Satterley, & Greenwood, PLC
  196. Keir Jones Agency – State Farm
  197. Keker & Van Nest LLP*
  198. KEO Marketing Inc.
  199. Kimberly-Clark Corp.
  200. Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, LLC
  201. Kollmar Sheet Metal Works, Inc.
  202. Kotzan Chiropractic*
  203. KPMG LLP
  204. Lambda Business Association
  205. Laparoscopic Institute for Gynecologic Oncology
  206. Larson Marketing & Communications LLC
  207. Laughton Properties*
  208. Law Offices of Joel L. Sogol
  209. Law Office of Lisa E. Schuchman
  210. Law Office of Lorie L. Burch, PC
  211. Law Offices of Robin L. Bodiford, P.A.*
  212. The Law Office of Susan K. Fuller, PLLC
  213. Levi Strauss & Co.
  214. Liberty Burger*
  215. Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP
  216. Life & Love Celebrations*
  217. Link in the Chain Foundation, Inc.
  218. Littler Mendelson, P.C.
  219. LNT, Inc.
  220. The Long Beach Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  221. Lori Karbal et al*
  222. Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge Trust, LLC
  223. The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce*
  224. Main Street Hair Shoppe Ltd.
  225. Marriott International, Inc.
  226. Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
  227. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
  228. McGraw Hill Financial, Inc.*
  229. McKesson Corporation*
  230. McKinsey & Company, Inc.*
  231. Merca Property Management
  232. The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  233. Microsoft Corporation*
  234. The Mid-America Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  235. Miller & Olson, LLP
  236. Miller Shelton Group, LLC*
  237. MillerCoors LLC
  238. Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
  239. Mona Smith PLLC
  240. Moody’s Corporation
  241. Morgan Miller Plumbing
  242. Morgan Stanley
  243. MWW Public Relations
  244. NAMI Dallas, Inc. *
  245. The Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce
  246. The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  247. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
  248. Neumann Capital Management, LLC
  249. The New England Patriots
  250. New Leaf Columbus
  251. New York Life Insurance Company
  252. Nifty Hoops, LLC
  253. NIKE, Inc.*
  254. Nixon Peabody LLP*
  255. North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce*
  256. Northrop Grumman Corporation
  257. OBOX Solutions
  258. Office Depot, Inc.
  259. The Ogilvy Group, Inc.
  260. Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
  261. ONE Community Media, LLC
  262. 1 Source Consulting Solutions*
  263. Oracle America, Inc.
  264. Orbitz Worldwide, Inc.*
  265. Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
  266. Outerwall Inc.
  267. Pakmode Publications, LLC
  268. d/b/a Pakmode Media + Marketing
  269. Pandora Media, Inc.
  270. PATH
  271. Peabody & Arnold LLP*
  272. Pepper Hamilton LLP
  273. PepsiCo
  274. Pfizer Inc.
  275. Pixelligent Technologies LLC
  276. Plexus Education Foundation
  277. Plexus LGBT and Allied Chamber of Commerce
  278. Portland Area Business Association*
  279. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  280. PrideFest
  281. The PrintingWorks
  282. Pro-Tec Data, Inc.
  283. Procter & Gamble
  284. ProTrials Research, Inc. *
  285. Prudential Financial, Inc.
  286. Puma Spring Vineyards
  287. Qualcomm Incorporated
  288. Quorum
  289. RAFI Architecture and Design*
  290. Rainbow Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley
  291. Ralph’s Regal Weddings
  292. Ray Holley Communications*
  293. RBC Capital Markets, LLC
  294. Replacements, Ltd. *
  295. Restaurant Management Concepts
  296. Reverberate! Marketing Communications, Inc.
  297. Rising Tide Brewing Company*
  298. RJR Photography
  299. Robert H Stutz Jr CPA*
  300. Rockwell Automation, Inc.
  301. Rotella & Hernandez, LLC
  302. The Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce*
  303. Sadek Bonahoom PLC
  304. The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
  305. The San Francisco Giants
  306. The Seattle Lesbian, LLC
  307. Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce*
  308. Sempra Energy*
  309. Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  310. Shingles Roofing LLC*
  311. Sidetrack, Inc. *
  312. Simon, Schindler & Sandberg LLP
  313. Skellenger Bender, P.S.
  314. Skyworks Solutions, Inc.*
  315. Sleeves Up Productions, LLC*
  316. Sōw
  317. Spectra Law PS
  318. Spry Vision, Inc.
  319. St. Jude Medical, Inc.
  320. Staples, Inc.*
  321. Starbucks Corporation
  322. Starrtek LLC*
  323. State Street Corporation
  324. Steven Graves Insurance Agency*
  325. Stonewall Behavioral Health
  326. Stonewall Columbus
  327. Stuffed Cakes, LLC*
  328. Sun Life Financial (U.S.) Services Company, Inc.
  329. SunDaily
  330. Support.com, Inc.
  331. Sweet Dixie Kitchen*
  332. Symantec Corporation
  333. Taber Food Services, Inc.
  334. dba Hobee’s California Restaurants
  335. The Tampa Bay Rays
  336. Target Corporation
  337. TD Bank, N.A.
  338. TD Securities (USA) LLC
  339. Tech Data Corporation*
  340. TestTracks
  341. Thinking Cap Communications & Design
  342. Third Point LLC
  343. Thomson Reuters*
  344. Tiwary Entertainment Group LLC
  345. TNT Promotions, LLC*
  346. TOCA Events, LLC*
  347. TravelOut, Inc.
  348. Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria
  349. Twitter, Inc.
  350. 206 Inc. *
  351. UBS AG
  352. The Ultimate Software Group, Inc.
  353. United Air Lines, Inc.
  354. United Therapeutics Corporation
  355. Uptown Physicians Group*
  356. VCB Consulting & Accounting Services*
  357. Verizon Communications Inc.
  358. Viacom Inc.
  359. Visa Inc.
  360. VitaPerk*
  361. VMware, Inc. *
  362. W. M. Martin Advertising
  363. W.W. Grainger, Inc.*
  364. W/S Development Associates LLC*
  365. Walsh Wellness Center*
  366. The Walt Disney Company*
  367. Wasserman Media Group
  368. Wells Fargo & Company
  369. Whey Natural! USA LLC
  370. Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce
  371. Witeck Communications, Inc.
  372. The Workplace Equality Index
  373. Wyndham Worldwide Corporation
  374. Xerox Corporation
  375. Xfund
  376. YES DESIGN GROUP
  377. Ypsilanti Downtown Development Authority
  378. Zausmer, Kaufman, August & Caldwell, P.C.
  379. Zingerman’s Community of Businesses
  380. ZoomSystems
  381. Zynga Inc.

Companies with an asterisk listed after the name are represented by WG+R Law Group, a California-based law firm, rather than the Washington, D.C.-based Morgan Lewis.

Wiccan warlock gave invocation at Alabama city council

Huntsville, a historically Christian city in Alabama, with a population of 180,105, has gone Wiccan.

On November 6, 2014, the City Council of Huntsville, Alabama, had a warlock — a Wiccan priest named Blake Kirk — give the invocation at the start of its public meeting.

Warlock Blake Kirk gave invocation at Huntsville City Council meeting

Warlock Blake Kirk gave invocation at Huntsville City Council meeting

Brian Fraga reports for Aleteia that Kirk approached the podium to offer this prayer:

“O gentle goddess and loving god, we thank you for the beauties and the wonders of the day that you have given to us, and for the opportunity we have this evening to assemble here and work together to make Huntsville a better city for all its residents.”

The Huntsville City Council originally had asked warlock Kirk to give an invocation earlier in the summer, but rescinded the invitation after City Call received phone calls from alarmed citizens. Then, the city council changed course and re-invited the warlock because to exclude him would be “discriminatory.”

Although Huntsville, Alabama, historically has been a majority Christian town, like the rest of America, Huntsville residents are becoming less Christian. Recent surveys show that 25% of its residents adhere to non-Christian faiths, including paganism, or no religion.

Beginning in 2012, the the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) threatend to sue Huntsville if its City Council continued to have invocations that were predominantly given by Christian clergy. FFRF attorney Andrew Seidel said the U.S. Supreme Court has authorized public prayer at government meetings as long as they are open to members of all faiths — “That means they can’t deny atheists the right to come give a message, or satanists. They can’t deny a Wiccan to come give a prayer. Those are important things to us.”

So the Huntsville City Council, in order to ward off accusations of discrimination, asked the local Interfaith Mission Service (IMS) to assemble a rotating schedule of invocation speakers that include Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, even pagans and atheists.

Since when is atheism a religion?

Jeannie Robison, an Episcopal deacon and executive minister of the IMS, said the Huntsville City Council “asked IMS because we are a cooperative of congregations and individuals, and we keep tabs on the community’s religious landscape.”

See also “U.S. Episcopal Church is vicious toward its orthodox believers” and “What those Muslims were chanting at Washington National Cathedral” on America’s premier Episcopal church inviting Muslims to desecrate the Washington National Cathedral.

On Sept. 25, Kelly McCauley, a Huntsville resident and atheist who serves as a board member of the North Alabama Freethought Association, opened the Huntsville City Council’s meeting — the first atheist-led invocation at a government meeting in Alabama. McCauley quoted Thomas Jefferson and highlighted the virtues of wisdom, courage, justice and moderation. Despite his high-minded words, McCauley prefers that public prayers and invocations be done away with altogether: “My belief is that it doesn’t do any good. It doesn’t actually improve anything. And it does actually introduce a sense of divisiveness in the community.”

Seidel echoed McCauley’s position: “We think prayers are entirely unnecessary and divisive at city council chambers. There is absolutely no need for government to be engaging in these prayers.”

In recent months, the Freedom From Religion Foundation has called upon congressional leaders to withdraw their invitation to Pope Francis to address Congress when the Pope visits the United States in 2015. The foundation has also asked two mayors to cancel public plans to welcome the Pontiff, and has requested that congressional leaders hold public hearings into severing the United States’ ambassadorial ties with the Holy See.

Seidel actually mis-cited the U.S. Supreme Court. The court’s decisions on prayer at public government meetings did not impose mandatory diversity schemes where municipalities have to abide by quotas of Christian and non-Christian prayers as the Huntsville City Council is doing.

Brett Harvey, an attorney with the Christian public interest law firm Alliance Defending Freedom, explains: “The government identifies a neutral selection process, and the chips then fall where they fall. If you live in a community dominated by a particular religious perspective, the fact that most prayers would be consistent with that perspective doesn’t indicate that the town is favoring one over anybody else. It just reflects the demographics of the community.”

Harvey was a member of the legal team that defended the town of Greece, N.Y., against a lawsuit from two women who objected to the town’s practice of beginning legislative sessions with Christian prayers.  The case reached the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled 5-4 in May 2014 that the public prayers did not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Justice Anthony Kennedy said the prayers did not coerce participation by nonadherents, “By inviting ministers to serve as chaplains for the month, and welcoming them to the front of the room alongside civic leaders, the town is acknowledging the central place that religion, and religious institutions, hold in the lives of those present.”

Harvey also points to the fact that the courts have recognized the centuries-long tradition in the United States of invoking God at public government meetings. Congress has had a chaplain open its legislative sessions for more than 230 years. God is also invoked when the Supreme Court is called to order.

“It’s part of the tradition because it’s proven to be a benefit for public leaders to humble themselves and ask for divine guidance because they recognize that they may not have all the answers themselves,” said Harvey, who accused groups like the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, and the American Civil Liberties Union of waging a campaign to silence public prayers. “If they can’t do that, then they want to impose some sort of obligation to censor public prayer,” Harvey said, adding that the Supreme Court’s rulings prohibit government leaders from censoring prayers or forcing people to give invocations from a perspective apart from their own religious understanding. “So the demands that prayers be purged of any sort of Christian content, or the argument that the government has an obligation to open up meetings to allow anyone and everyone the opportunity to take over the microphone, is simply not true. The Constitution nowhere requires that in any context.

John Buhler, the director of Mission Huntsville, a collaboration of local evangelical churches, said that whether people feel included or not can be a consideration when choosing who will give the invocation. He argued that the issue is not a constitutional matter in that that the Constitution does not require government bodies to seek out all possible religious perspectives for invocations. “If the Council believes it would be best to invite the wisdom, help and blessing of God, it has the right to include an invocation to whomever or whatever the Council believes can provide such. So for me the bigger issue here, and across the land, is whether what has led to this is really the Council’s choice, or if they have been forced to do this by some who say this is what’s required to be constitutional, which is absolutely not the case,” Buhler said.

Here’s contact info for the Huntsville City Council:

256-427-5011 Tel
256-427-5024 FAX

Address:
308 Fountain Circle
7th Floor
Huntsville, Alabama 35801
Pearlie.Stamper@huntsvilleal.gov

Members:
District 1Richard Showers, Sr.
District 2Mark Russell, President
District 3Dr. Jennie Robinson
District 4Bill Kling, Jr.
District 5Will Culver

So when will the Huntsville City Council invite a satanist to give the invocation? Isn’t satanism a religion too?

You members of the City Council make me ill. svomit_100-121

~Eowyn

City Officials Order Black Couple to Perform KKK Wedding

Now All I can say is this is a beautiful thing. In the “Immortal” words of That trailblazer of Racial Harmony , Rodney King…

Can’t We All Get Along?

—————————————————————————————————-

Posted on October 20, 2014 by
http://godfatherpolitics.com/

A black couple that owns a wedding chapel has been offering their facility to couples for years. People from around the country visit the charming chapel set in a beautiful wilderness area to get hitched.

But a few months ago, a couple came in wanting to do a KKK-themed wedding. At first, the couple, Roy and Esther Black, thought it was a joke, something from a David Chappelle comedy routine. They wondered where the hidden cameras were.

To their surprise and shock, however, they found out that the couple was serious. They wanted to dress in their KKK garb and have the Blacks perform the ceremony. The best man and maid of honor would also be dressed in KKK attire but, like the couple, without hoods.

Very Charming Chapel.

Very Charming Chapel.

How Dare you discriminate against me?

How Dare you discriminate against me?

As nicely as they could, the Blacks said they couldn’t do it. They were opposed to the beliefs of the KKK. They suggested that if they really wanted a KKK-themed wedding that they should go elsewhere.

The couple was irate and decided to file an anti-discrimination lawsuit against the Blacks.

“The chapel was open to the public,” Blake Atkinson told a reporter for KLKA TV, “and since the chapel is advertised for weddings, the Blacks should be forced to perform our wedding. Public accommodation laws demand it”

“City officials told the Blacks, both ordained ministers who run The Chapel in the Pines, are required to perform such ceremonies or face months in jail and/or thousands of dollars in fines. The city claims its ‘non-discrimination’ ordinance requires the Blacks to perform wedding ceremonies for anybody that asks no matter what their beliefs are regarding the people who are asking to be married.”

Civil rights groups around the country are outraged over the decision of city officials. How is it possible for a couple like the Blacks to be forced to perform a wedding for a couple whose lifestyle and belief system they abhor?

Good question. The same can be asked of people who oppose same-sex marriage.

The above story is fictional but based on a true account related to same-sex marriage.

It is designed to show the absurdity of new laws being passed and enforced to mandate that the owners of places like the Hitching Post Wedding Chapel in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, perform weddings for same-sex couples or go to jail or face stiff fines.

Coeur d’Alene officials told the Knapps privately and also publicly stated that the couple would violate the city’s public accommodations statute once same-sex marriage became legal in Idaho if they declined to perform a same-sex ceremony at their chapel. On Friday, the Knapps respectfully declined such a ceremony and now face up to 180 days in jail and up to $1,000 in fines for each day they decline to perform that ceremony.

“‘The city somehow expects ordained pastors to flip a switch and turn off all faithfulness to their God and their vows,’ explained ADF Legal Counsel Jonathan Scruggs. ‘The U.S. Constitution as well as federal and state law clearly stand against that. The city cannot mandate across-the-board conformity to its interpretation of a city ordinance in utter disregard for the guaranteed freedoms Americans treasure in our society.’”

What’s next? How will the tyranny be expanded? Look what’s happening in Houston, Texas. If the government can force the Knapps to go against their beliefs, then they can force others to do the same.

Homosexuals and the civil officials of Coeur d’Alene will argue that there’s no law protecting the KKK, and that’s the point. If the government can make up laws protecting one class, it can make laws to protect any class or any belief or nay group and make us pay dearly for any opposition.

~Steve~
Read more at http://godfatherpolitics.com/

 

Former CIA spy: Sandy Hook and Boston Bombing were false flags

Robert David Steele, 62, is a former CIA clandestine services case officer known for his promotion of open source intelligence. He was a candidate for the Reform Party‘s nomination for President of the United States in the 2012 presidential election. (Click here for his bibliography and media appearances.)

Steele is the founder and publisher of Public Intelligence Blog.

In a recent interview with Alex Jones of InfoWars, Steele confirms everything FOTM has said about the Sandy Hook school massacre on December 14, 2012, and the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013 — that they were false flag events.

A “false flag” event is some traumatic public incident that is:

  • False: The public are given an untruthful version of the event by the government and the media. The falsity can range from no one actually had been killed or hurt (it was all theater); to some of the alleged victims are real; to all the alleged victims are real but the alleged perpetrator(s) is a fall guy who was set up by the “real” conspirators behind the scenes.
  • Results in a “rallying around the flag” effect: Whatever the true nature of the “false flag” event, the objective is to arouse and manipulate the emotions (fear, anger, outrage, indignation) of the American people so that they’ll “rally around the flag” in an outburst of patriotism, supplying the current White House occupant and his (and his party’s) policies with their support and loyalty.

Below is the video of the interview, followed by the transcript of Steele’s words, interspersed with links to the relevant FOTM posts.

Beginning at the 6:03 mark, Steele said:

“From where I sit, both the [Sandy Hook Elementary] school in Connecticut and the Boston Bombing were false flag operations.

“The school in Connecticut had been closed for years. There were no students, no teachers, no parent-teacher associations. The paramedics were not allowed into the school. From where I sit, that was a complete false flag. It was a drill. But … others have exposed the actors who were involved, financial relations with the families that were allegedly victimized, who had their homes bought and were then given exit pass. All of that is on the record, but you don’t see the media covering that.”

See:

Steele continues: “Boston bombing, for me, the truthteller was when the rabbis and the priests rushed to comfort the wounded and they were not allowed to get near any of the wounded. That, in intelligence, we call an indicator. And then you add to that the fact there were no, I mean no, wounded people taken to hospitals. And finally, you add to that the big to-do about the amputee. He turned out to be a hired actor for a company that specializes at putting amputees into battle field simulations. False flag. Boston was a practice attempt to lock down an entire city.”

See:

Beg. at the 8:44 mark, Steele said: “the actual bomb was a theatrical device. You don’t buy gun powder at a fireworks store to create a bomb. It just is not done. I had my explosive ordinance people look at this. Everybody laughed at this. This was school kids stuff. THERE WAS NO BOMB. There were no injuries. This was a false flag.”

See “Were Boston Marathon bombings a false flag? – Part 2: The bomb drill

Steele continues: “And now we’re seeing 9/11 unravel, and Richard Gates getting on CSPAN. Basically, the American public is starting to wake up, and all of these little things that they could have gotten away with are now starting to collapse because of the Internet, because of guys like you, because of people like me and my contributing editors. And so I think we’re coming to the end of the road here. I do believe, and I really want to stress here, I think 95% of the people in the U.S. government are good people trapped in a bad system. But the last 5% are doing some evil, pathologically sick things, including murdering U.S. citizens. And that’s the part that I’m starting to see signs of encouragement. For example … the court has finally just refused to accept [Eric Holder] Attorney General’s assurances about secret state documents, and for the first time in modern history the court is saying to the executive, ‘You have to show us these secret documents. We will not make you make claims without showing us the documents.’ I believe the tide is turning, legally, against government misbehavior.”

See:

H/t FOTM’s Maziel

See also FOTM’s Sandy Hook Massacre and Boston Marathon Bombings pages for links to all the other posts we’ve published on those two false flag events.

~Eowyn

Here’s What You Thought You Knew. 10 Things You Didn’t Know.

OK friends let’s see how much history we know. I’ve been watching this show on the “History” channel called

“10 things you may not know about”, and I’ve got to tell you I’ve  come across some surprising things. Let’s take this one on Civil Rights today.  

 

 

 

 

 

On the afternoon of December 1, 1955, 42-year-old African American Rosa Parks, returning home from her job as an assistant tailor at a Montgomery, Alabama, department store, boarded bus 2857 on the Cleveland Avenue line. When told to give up her seat for a white man, she refused and was arrested for violating the city’s racial segregation laws. Her act of civil disobedience precipitated the 13-month Montgomery Bus Boycott, which was led by Martin Luther King, Jr. On the 100th anniversary of the February 4, 1913, birth of Parks, explore 10 surprising facts about the civil rights activist.

Getty Images- Rosa Parks

Getty Images- Rosa Parks

 

1. Parks was not the first African-American woman to be arrested for refusing to yield her seat on a Montgomery bus.
Nine months before Parks was jailed, 15-year-old Claudette Colvin was the first Montgomery bus passenger to be arrested for refusing to give up her seat for a white passenger

(The reason Miss Colvin was not used for the boycott and lawsuit is when she was arrested she did not play nice.  LOL . According to police report she was fighting and cussing. So the powers that be did not think she would be best to lead the charge).-   Steve~

. (Parks was involved in raising defense funds for Colvin.) Three other African-American women—Aurelia Browder, Mary Louise Smith and Susie McDonald—also ran afoul of the bus segregation law prior to Parks. The four were plaintiffs in the Browder v. Gayle case that resulted in the Supreme Court ruling bus segregation unconstitutional.

2. Parks was a civil rights activist before her arrest.
Parks was a long-time member of the Montgomery chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), which she joined in 1943. At the time of her arrest, she was a secretary of the local NAACP chapter, and the previous summer she had attended a workshop for social and economic justice at Tennessee’s Highlander Folk School. Her political activism continued through the boycott and the rest of her life.

3. Parks had a prior encounter with James Blake, the bus driver who demanded she vacate her seat.
In 1943, Blake had ejected Parks from his bus after she refused to re-enter the vehicle through the back door after paying her fare at the front. “I never wanted to be on that man’s bus again,” she wrote in her autobiography. “After that, I made a point of looking at who was driving the bus before I got on. I didn’t want any more run-ins with that mean one.” After the written order from the Supreme Court outlawing bus segregation arrived and the Montgomery Bus Boycott ended on December 21, 1956, one of the newly integrated buses that Parks boarded to pose for press photographs happened to be driven by Blake.

4. Her act of civil disobedience was not pre-meditated.
Although Parks knew that the NAACP was looking for a lead plaintiff in a case to test the constitutionality of the Jim Crow law, she did not set out to be arrested on bus 2857. Parks wrote in her autobiography that she was so preoccupied that day that she failed to notice that Blake was driving the bus. “If I had been paying attention,” she wrote, “I wouldn’t even have gotten on that bus.”

5. Parks was not sitting in a whites-only section.
Parks was sitting in the front row of a middle section of the bus open to African Americans if seats were vacant. After the “whites-only” section filled on subsequent stops and a white man was left standing, the driver demanded that Parks and three others in the row leave their seats. While the other three eventually moved, Parks did not.

6-10 HERE

~Steve~

“Being a liberal is the best thing on earth you can be”

Narcissist: Inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love; vanity. Synonyms: self-centeredness, smugness, ecocentrism.

Grandiose: Affectedly grand or important; pompous.

Hyperbole: A figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis or effect; an extravagant statement.

lauren bacall

After Lauren Bacall’s death, Daily Beast had an article describing her as “as a smart and sharp liberal and anti-communist” and “she was a worldview person”. They said she told Larry King in 2005 that she was “anti-Republican…A liberal. The L-word.”  Let’s examine some of that “total, total, total” best thing on earth shall we?

“You are welcoming to everyone when you’re a liberal (and anti-Republican)

tolerance2

palin2

  • Unless you are a woman who chooses to keep her baby with Potter’s Syndrome.
  • Unless you are a conservative woman (Playboy’s list of conservative women to hate f*ck).
  • Unless you are a conservative Asian woman.

Vile Palin t-shirt

palin3

  • Unless you are a conservative man.
  • Unless you are a former republican vice president.

cheney

  • Unless you are a republican governor who wants to protect his state’s borders.
  • Unless you are a rich republican who donates money for a new ambulatory care center.
  • Unless you are a conservative black man.
  • Unless you are a conservative black man on the SCOTUS.

thomas

  • Unless you are a black man who chaired the RNC.
  • Unless you are a conservative black man who runs for president.

cain

“Liberals gave more to the population of the United States than any other group”

  • Liberals haven’t done much for the population of Chicago.
  • Liberals haven’t done much for the population of Detroit.

detroit

hopeandchange3

california

  • Liberals haven’t done much for the population of Boston, who will be paying for the “Big Dig” through 2038 (at a cost overrun of 190%).
  • Liberals haven’t done much for the population of Multnomah County (OR) stuck in poverty (one in three Multnomah County residents earn less money than needed to meet their basic needs).
  • Liberals haven’t done much for the US student population when it comes to math, reading and science.
  • Liberals haven’t done much for the student population of Washington (Nearly every school in Washington is failing, at least according to the No Child Left Behind federal proficiency standards).
  • Liberals haven’t done much for the future US population (unless you think record debt is a good thing).
  • And lasty, liberals sure haven’t given us more of a population (Margaret Sanger would be proud).

proud liberal

DCG