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Benghazi… Obama’s 10PM Call to Clinton Was About Crafting a “Cover Story” While 2 Victims Were Still Alive

August 20, 2014

Originally posted on The Central KY Patriot:

Benghazi… Obama’s 10PM Call to Clinton Was About Crafting a “Cover Story” While 2 Victims Were Still Alive

Posted on May 30, 2013 by Dean Garrison

Obama_Benghazi“On Tuesday Night Charles Krauthammer dropped another Benghazi bombshell on The O’Reilly Factor. He claims that the President’s phone call to Hillary Clinton was made so that they could develop their “cover story” shortly before she released this statement at approximately 10 PM:

I condemn in the strongest terms the attack on our mission in Benghazi today. As we work to secure our personnel and facilities, we have confirmed that one of our State Department officers was killed. We are heartbroken by this terrible loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and those who have suffered in this attack.

This evening, I called Libyan President Magariaf to coordinate additional support…

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Obama to Cops: Lay off reporters. Reporters to Obama: Practice What You Preach

August 19, 2014

Press activists rally against the possible jailing of a Pulitzer Prize winner.

President Barack Obama speaks to reporters Thursday about developments in Ferguson, Mo.

By Steven NelsonAug. 14, 2014 | 5:06 p.m. EDT+ More

President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder asked police on Thursday not to jail reporters doing their jobs in Missouri as press advocates asked them not to jail Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter James Risen for doing his job.

“Here in the United States of America, police should not be bullying or arresting journalists who are just trying to do their jobs and report to the American people on what they see on the ground,” Obama said in a televised press conference around noon.

“Journalists must not be harassed or prevented from covering a story that needs to be told,” Holder added in a statement.

On Wednesday, reporters from The Huffington Post and The Washington Post were arrested inside a McDonald’s restaurant while covering protests against the Saturday shooting death of Michael Brown, 18, by police in Ferguson, Missouri. They were released without charges.

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Ironically, a large coalition of press freedom organizations gathered at about the same time as Obama’s statement for a preplanned National Press Club rally asking the Obama administration to drop its pursuit of Risen’s testimony about a confidential source.

Risen says he would rather go to jail than comply. The fight has dragged on for years, and in June the Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from Risen’s lawyers seeking a constitutional or common law reporter’s privilege.

Obama’s request that police in Missouri not harass reporters “certainly is hypocritical,” vintage TV personality Phil Donahue, who appeared on a panel of Risen supporters, tells U.S. News.

Supporters of James Risen, right, want Attorney General Eric Holder, left, to back off.

“It’s very bewildering,” Donahue says. “I just don’t get it, especially from a constitutional lawyer.”

Representatives of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, Reporters Without Borders, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, the Government Accountability Project and the Committee to Protect Journalists took turns asking Holder and Obama to back off Risen.

“The Democratic Party has given hope a bad name,” said RootsAction co-founder Norman Solomon, whose group delivered to the Department of Justice a pro-Risen petition with more than 125,000 signatures. “This is inherently a political case.”



Violence Erupts After Missouri Shooting

The CIA operation – detailed in Risen’s 2006 book, “State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration” – fell apart when the Russian scientist hired to deliver the bomb blueprints noticed the flaws and tipped off the Iranians.

It’s unclear what the Department of Justice has in mind for Risen. Earlier this year, Holder and one of his deputies hinted they would not seek jail time, but they have not explicitly ruled out the option.

The Obama administration protecting the Bush administration?

August 19, 2014

Here’s how Obama protects the Bush administration.. Good stuff gets full swing about 4 minutes 30 seconds.. The guy has read those 28 pages apparently…

H-Resolution 428 for declassifying some 28 pages of the 9/11 report. The families of fallen occupants of that day are asking for this too..

It’s like the NSA tells us: What are they hiding?

Case law v Plain English

August 16, 2014

Forget the totally twisted Supreme Court “case law” that has overturned previous “case law” and other “precedent” a thousand times already.

Contrary to the labyrinth of mazes they teach in law school (“How to Torture Legalese 101″), if the Constitution is the “Supreme Law of The Land”, not the interpretations of men in robes. Case law interpretation says confiscating private property by force for a private developers’ shopping mall plans is a “public purpose”??? Up is down?

Thank God that the U.S. Constitution is written in plain ENGLISH. I disagree sharply with it, and as a radical advocate of liberty disagree with much of it, but I cannot stand the arrogance of law professors telling people it means what

“Unsung heroes of freedom”

August 16, 2014

Marc J. Victor wrote about the “unsung heroes of freedom”:

After promising to change course from his Republican predecessors, Attorney General Holder then endeavored to become the worst Attorney General in American history with no regard whatsoever or even total disdain for civil liberties and due process. Attorney General Holder apparently supports indefinite military detention of Americans, Presidential kill lists, unjustified seizures, warrantless surveillance of Americans, extrajudicial “national security letter” subpoenas of personal information, harassment or worse for government whistleblowers, and nullification of Miranda Rights.

However, all the aforementioned disgusting transgressions against civil liberties and due process pale in comparison to arguably the most un-American and egregious statement ever uttered by any lawyer. During a speech given at Northwestern University School of Law on March 5, 2012, Attorney General Eric Holder declared, “The Constitution guarantees due process not judicial due process.”

“Without judicial due process, there is no process.” Administrative (executive) “due process” simply means autocracy. They have a list of suspects, they go down the list and decide who’s guilty and who’s not guilty. (That’s a process, isn’t it?)

Later, Marc writes:

Many of our fellow Americans seem content or even pleased with the ever encroaching police state. Too many people only support freedom when others use their freedoms in ways they personally approve. I refer to those people as “freedom wimps.” To me, supporting freedom includes the requirement of tolerating the fact that competent adults have a right to use their freedoms in any way they choose so long as they are peaceful. It matters not that I personally disagree with their peaceful choices.

It has been said that people get the government they deserve. I think that is appropriate and fair. The only problem is the rest of us who advocate for a free society will also be stuck with the government “they” deserve too. Unless and until we succeed at winning hearts and minds for freedom, we will not ever again be able to honestly refer to ourselves as the “land of the free.” I wonder what John Adams and Thomas Jefferson would think about America not being the land of the free.

Ferguson Missouri: The moral of the story (lessons)

August 16, 2014

The Gateway Pundit is a blog that emanates from the St. Louis area, and they had a post about the guy that was shot in Ferguson, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. They posted some pictures of Michael Brown that his family released to the public:

One commenter who self-indentified as “angryblackman” replied to the posting and the commenters like this:

Yes. Brown attempted to take the gun from the police officer. The police officer overpowered Brown, fired a shot, and Brown attempted to run away. The police officer fired at Brown again while Brown was fleeing. Brown stopped and put his hands in the air. The police officer kept firing, ultimately hitting and killing Brown.

Again, Brown being a thug and the police officer’s unlawful use of force are two separate things. Yes, I do know that the police officer was reacting to the realization of the horrible outcome that would have occurred had Brown won the struggle for the gun instead of him, but the law is still the law.

I think he’s right. That scenario makes the most sense to me.

The moral of the story is, maybe, be nice to cops because you know they can be mean and unlawful and they’re the biggest gang in the country. Especially, don’t try to take the cop’s gun.

It’s like I’d tell anybody who proposes a foray into territory controlled by the Bloods, or the Crips, or MS-13, or some of the bad-ass tough white neighborhoods like the one I grew up in, west central St. Louis: Only do it under special circumstances. And avoid confrontations. Even Jesus Christ avoided direct provocation until close to the end when he was ready to fulfill his mission on Earth and blasted away at religious hypocrites in Matthew 23.

A police Lieutenant told me that once, long story.

Also, though, the moral for cops is that when you use brute force it only provokes the community even if your “suspect” is a really bad guy. It works like throwing drones all over the place to kill bad guys. They already know that such tactics have killed many, many innocent people, so the anger turns at the meddler, not the real bad guy.

Another moral is for black (AND white) ministers to stop yelling at white man and start telling men to man up and be good fathers to their children. Chuck Colson’s Prison Ministries does just that, but it trusts government money too much.

An unspoken truth here for blacks is that white citizens are getting the abuse too.

One more thing. A sensible policy on drugs like Ron Paul advocates would go a long way to removing gang membership incentives and giving peace a chance. The drug wars are killing us, many of us, and they are the worst thing for countries south of the border (and north of the southern border too!)

And the drug wars bring out one of the last and worst corners of racism too. (The cop in Ferguson would have shot a white guy all the same). Ron Paul said his first day as president in office he would pardon every non-violent drug offenders in the country. Best move for black folks.

Help them do business by killing the regulations and taxes that are murder for the ones trying to own their own business. The only reason there is such a demand for jobs is that government won’t let us compete with the big guys. Regulations are for the Mom and Pop and the black girl that knows Afro styles, not for Big Pharma, Big Agro, Big Media, Big Military-Industrial Complex. s

The beginning of strife is as when one letteth out water: therefore leave off contention, before it be meddled with.-Proverbs 17:14

The beginning of strife is as when one letteth out water: therefore leave off contention, before it be meddled with.-Prov 15:1

Jesse’s side in his own words

August 16, 2014

Is this Obama’s “civilian national security force” he said he would build up to rival the military?

August 15, 2014

Ferguson police got military-grade equipment from the Pentagon in a program apparently coordinated by DHS. Even police departments in peaceful tiny bedroom communities got fully military-level armaments. One tiny town in Washington state even got a tank, an armored tank!

Of course he couldn’t just announce one day he was doubling the size of the DHS, so it looks like he’s following the Bush administration plan of subsuming the local cops into this new national force.

We could take a note from the gun control freaks and ask what need does any local police force have for arming up like an occupying Army? Are they planning on provoking some big nationwide confrontations?

Shadows of Soviets: “Conspiracy theory syndrome”?

August 15, 2014

New cure for conspiracy theorists and whistleblowers: forced mental health “checkups”.

It’s a good “cure” for troubled soldiers, especially those disillusioned with the never-ending wars, sometimes. Good for disarming returning veterans, good for soldiers doped up with drugs after injuries:

The news splashed the line from the Army that they were giving Bergdahl a “mental health checkup”. Good play, since they didn’t know what kind of ideas this very famous soldier would have to offer the press:

It’s a trick the Inner Party learned from the Soviets:

Before you think you’re safe, check to see if you’re on the DHS “enemies of the state” list leaked out by a whistleblower from the “Fusion Center” in Missouri. Note the use of the word “ranted” in this low-monotone rant against dissidents:

Heller also was “accused” of planning to buy a fourth firearm. How many do you have? More to the point, how many does your local police have? How many do all the armies in all the various federal agencies have?

Before you think you’re safe, check to see if you’re on the DHS “enemies of the state” list leaked out by a whistleblower from the “Fusion Center” in Missouri:

The ACLU doesn’t care about Second Amendment rights, but their list of individuals that are on the DHS “watch list” shows that governments cannot ever be trusted:

Even Ted Kennedy had to demand a conversation with the head of DHS to get off the airline watch list. How’s it feel, Senator? Hung on your own Command Government petard?

Not even getting elected president of Bolivia got Evo Morales off the watch list.

I worked with a guy once whose name is on that list.

Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice

August 13, 2014

Saw some of her presentation at Cato Institute on C-Span:

Who shall enforce the law upon the law enforcers?
Prosecutors exposed in the Enron Task Force.

Apparently citizens have to be the ones who enforce justice upon the Justice Department.


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