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The leader of the NAACP, Benjamin Jealous, is not opaque since his feelings toward newly appointed Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) are hideously transparent. Through the public utterances of Jealous, it is plain to see Black Republicans do not meet the ideological test of the progressive/socialist Democrats AND they do not meet the color test thrown-up by Jealous and the organization he is elected to represent.
Jealous’s test has nothing to do with skin color and everything to do with the color of big government and “entitlements” Jealous believes are owed to NAACP members by other citizens of this nation. Take a look at the link below and any links to related articles after the first link:
- NAACP’s Ben Jealous says ‘infighting among sophisticated Negroes’ will cause a mess
- NAACP’s Benjamin Jealous Attacks Senator Tim Scott
- Ben’s Jealous
- Awful… NAACP President Rips Only Black Senator (A Republican): He “Does Not Believe In Civil Rights” (Video)
- Saturday Night Card Game (Is Ben Jealous jealous of Tim Scott, or just a malicious person?)
- NAACP President Ben Jealous Thinks Sen. Tim Scott is a Cornball Brother
While you are about it, why not check to see how ObamaCare affected your bottom-line. Here is a short video that will help your understanding of political lies. An increase in Social Security withholding accounts for around 2% of your decreased amount. Obama and our deadbeat congress built all of it.
Flap Of The Flat Cap to Laura Carno and Iamcreatedequal.com
- What Americans Are Finding in their Pay Stubs Today
- Anxiety among unemployed concerning fiscal cliff negotiations
- Poll: Obama Won Fiscal Cliff Debate
- Fiscal cliff deal approved by House of Representatives
We (Conservatives and Republicans) have decried the lack of young men and women in the conservative movement. We have (the Republican Party and Conservatives in general) lost track of where we are in the political “scheme of things,” and we have paid for it dearly. Some of our best New Mexico candidates lost during this last go-round and if we don’t get to a point where we can listen and truly observe events around us defeat will follow us around at every election..
The New Mexico Republican Convention did elect some young delegates to our convention this year and they were for the most part, spirited Ron Paul supporters. Reports I have read about how these young people were treated by some in the Republican Party hierarchy once they arrived in Tampa does not speak well for their belief in the process of democracy; nor does it bode well for the future of our Republic.
After the convention, and during the final campaign process, I was fortunate enough to work with young gentlemen and gentlewomen who stood up for conservative principles as they put in countless hours to convince folks to consider the “right,” side of the political equation.
Whenever possible, Bob Steiner and I attend a weekly conflab (Conspiracy Brews) where politics and political parties of all degrees are discussed. This past Saturday we were privileged to hear two Ron Paul advocates who are continuing their fight to get the conservative movement on track with reality. Both gentlemen are running for office in the Republican Party of New Mexico. We wish both of them success with their run and trust that, win or lose, they will keep involved for the future.
We have posted a video of one of the young men’s presentation before Conspiracy Brews just below:
Here are two additional links to Mr. Riali’s facebook pages:
- Ron Paul: “Why I Don’t Run As An Independent” (sgtreport.com)
- US election 2012: It’s time for a big Republican Party clear-out (telegraph.co.uk)
- Ron Paul’s farewell address: Right up there with George’s – Washington, not Bush (nj.com)
- The Ron Paul Religion (patheos.com)
- Will Republicans learn? (hollyonthehill.com)
- Yes, American Politics Is Racial – Bloomberg (bloomberg.com)
- The Republican Leadership Deserves Only Contempt (gratiaetnatura.wordpress.com)
week in review After public criticism of a proposal that would let government agencies warrantlessly access Americans’ e-mail, a prominent senator says he will “not support” such an idea.
Sen. Patrick Leahy has abandoned his controversial proposal that would grant government agencies more surveillance power – including warrantless access to Americans’ e-mail accounts — than they possess under current law. The Vermont Democrat said on Twitter that he would “not support such an exception” for warrantless access, a few hours after a CNET article disclosed the existence of the measure.
Leahy’s about-face comes in response to a deluge of criticism, including the American Civil Liberties Union saying that warrants should be required, and the conservative group FreedomWorks launching a petition to Congress — with more than 2,300 messages sent so far — titled: “Tell Congress: Stay Out of My Email!”
Leahy’s proposal would have allowed over 22 agencies — including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission — to access Americans’ e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant. It also would have given the FBI and Homeland Security more authority, in some circumstances, to gain full access to Internet accounts without notifying either the owner or a judge.
• Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants
- About-face on e-mail surveillance bill
- Fury erupts over Sen. Patrick Leahy’s bill on email privacy; Update: Leahy scraps bill?
- Did Sen. Leahy already flip-flop on his warrantless e-mail surveillance bill?
- Senator Dismisses Report That Proposed Bill Would Allow Warrantless Email Surveillance
- Sen. Patrick Leahy rewrites ECPA to allow Federal Law Enforcement to search Email without warrant
- Sen. Leahy Drops Controversial Warrantless E-mail Surveillance Bill
- Leahy scuttles his warrantless e-mail surveillance bill
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Conservatives have many things for which to be thankful. Ten of those things happen to be people who worked hard to help conservatives understand the sacrifices needed to win conservative battles across our nation. That we were not as successful as we would have liked, the reasons can be seen, and hopefully understood, we will continue the battle to bring this nation back in line with our constitution and away from a form of government alien to freedom loving Americans.
Please follow the link below to read about those who made a difference at some point during the previous four years.
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We’ve thought the thoughts that are in Charlie Daniel’s song since I was a preteen, but especially as they apply to Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. Sometimes it seems our President and Congress aren’t paying attention and have allowed our men and women to be sacrificed in wars they do not intend to win because they (the politicians) have not the courage to fight the wars to win. Since I believe they are more concerned about so-called collateral damage than they are about the lives of our military protectors, here’s the video that Charlie Daniels has made:
We hope you’ll give considered thought to this message from Mr. Daniels and ask our Lord to guide us to real victory instead of the charade we are now executing and to bless each active service member, veteran and Moms and Dads that have lost their brave defenders.
- “Let ‘em Win, or Bring Them Home (brokenpatriot.net)
- ZeroGov: John Boyd and Patterns of Conflict – Post-Modern Strategy Deficit Disorder in the Green-on-Blue Violence in Afghanistan (westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com)
- Charlie Daniels Band Background Information (vividseats.com)
- Charlie Daniels has been married to his wife since 1963 (christianmusicmakers.com)
Yes, the plea for Black Democrats to come in from the darkness provided by the tent of modern-day slavery furnished by the Democratic Party:
It wouldn’t harm the white and yellow Democrats to consider the Bishop’s message.
The youth involved in the video found below should be an inspiration to their peers and the rest of our citizens.
Pass this on when you can. It was submitted to us by Tyler Hornsby.