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Category Archives: Conservative Bloggers
By now I am sure that just about every American is fed up with the Key Stone Cops we elected to represent us in Washington. Over the last ten or fifteen years we have watched our political leaders play out their greedy games and childish attacks on one another all the while ignoring the wants and needs of their constituents. We have watched them in their march to grab as much power as they can from We the People all the while lining their pockets with the fruits of our labor.
I say Enough is Enough already because the time has come for us to put into power a 3rd Party that will insure our constitutional rights and put an end to the stalemate we have been seeing in our nations capitol.
The time has come and is long overdo for the Tea Party to pull itself up by its Grass Roots and become a real contender in our nations political arena.
We are a Nation of Laws and are being Governed by a Lawless President.
The American People must stand up and get involved now in further exposing the evil deeds and designs this man and his Motley Crew have for our Republic.
Our Freedom is in Serious Danger and time is of the essence.
The Mid Term Election of 2014 will be upon us before we know it and now is the time to rally the troops and get your friends and family educated and Registered to Vote in that Crucial Election.
The future of our Republic hangs in the balance.
- War Is Raging In The Hearts Of Men (govtslaves.info)
- By Our Readiness To Call Evil Good, 50 Years Later (crooksandliars.com)
- Wake up! There are NO 50 states. Not any more. (lunaticoutpost.com)
- America $17 Trillion in Debt and 47 Million on Food Stamps – The Lessons of the Wal-Mart Food Riots (forextv.com)
Big Brother? US linked to new wave of Censorship, Surveillance on Web
Even the most open, democratic governments have sought laws and new forms of surveillance that many see as a new wave of censorship — and that includes the United States.
The U.S. government asked Google for data on its users more than 31,000 times in 2012 alone, for example. And the government rarely obtained a search warrant first, Google recently revealed; in nearly all cases, the company ended up turning over at least some data.
Some argue that heightened surveillance, restrictions on Internet freedom and even censorship are necessary to protect intellectual property rights, prevent cyber-espionage, fight child pornography, and protect national interests such as nuclear power plants from hackers. And here the U.S. is far from alone.
“A number of democratic states have considered or implemented various restrictions in response to the potential legal, economic, and security challenges raised by new media,” notes the Freedom House report “Freedom on the Net 2012.”
Anxiety over online theft and cyber-attacks is not unwarranted. Virtually every major U.S. company and media outlet has been a victim. Google was attacked back in 2009. Facebook, Apple and Microsoft revealed this month that hackers had breached their defenses. And The New York Times and Wall Street Journal have fought off Chinese hackers for months. Indeed, dozens of countries have their own online hacking groups — so-called cyber or asymmetrical warfare divisions.
“It’s been going on in China since at least at least May 2002,” said Alan Paller, founder of the SANS Institute, an information security and training firm.
Consequently, lawmakers — even President Obama in his State of the Union speech — have been motivated to take steps to stem the hacking tide. However, the road to better security could also stifle free speech.
When the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) met in Dubai in December, some 89 member countries including Russia, China, Cuba, and Iran, supported a treaty that would give individual governments more control over the Internet’s infrastructure.
Sensing a thinly veiled attempt to suppress dissent, 55 countries — including Canada and the U.S. — said no.
While the agreement has failed (for the time being), individual governments — including Canada and the U.S. — continue to introduce their own legislation to control what’s online.
North of the border, for example, the Canadian government proposed Bill C-30, known as the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act. Proponents claimed the measure was designed to combat the exploitation of children, but it required Internet service providers to create monitoring systems that would allow the police to intercept and track all online communications — without a warrant. The public reaction was so fiercely opposed to Bill C-30 that Canadian authorities were forced to withdraw it this month.
Far from leading to the spread of democracy and freedom online, the events of the 2011 Arab spring led many authoritarian countries to clamp down more tightly, fearful of rebellious citizens inciting and organizing online.
Here’s the latest from three groups monitoring Internet freedom:
Reporters Without Borders
A 2012 list of countries that are “Enemies of the Internet” notes that more than ever before, online freedom of expression is now a major foreign and domestic policy issue.
According to Freedom on the Net 2012, a survey by the independent watchdog group, of the 47 countries covered “20 have experienced a negative trajectory since January 2011.
The Web giant has been using its reach to monitor Internet openness. The Transparency Report visualizes disruptions in the free flow of information, whether it’s a government blocking information or a cable being cut.
On this side of the border, the U.S. government continues to conduct warrant-less online searches. Thanks to outdated laws such as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 and other regulations protecting copyrighted materials, U.S. authorities are increasingly looking at private online communications, often without any oversight by a judge.
Google says it has seen a 70 percent increase in requests from authorities for information about its users, information which includes private e-mails and search data. The biggest requester? The U.S. government, which sought information 8,438 times in the last six months of 2012. Google complied with those requests in roughly 88 percent of the cases.
While Google states it is against such broad government access to personal information — dealing with such requests costs Google time and money — where it stands on strict Internet freedoms is mutable.
Shortly before his State of the Union speech, President Obama signed an executive order designed to let federal government agencies share critical cyber-threat information with private companies to protect companies involved in supporting the nation’s critical infrastructure.
“We know hackers steal people’s identities and infiltrate private e-mail,” the President said in his speech. “We cannot look back years from now and wonder why we did nothing in the face of real threats to our security and our economy.”
Even though the data shared by the government could include personal information, in this case companies have been in favor of the executive order. The reason: private firms don’t have to in turn share data their data about their users with the government.
However, that may be about to change. As the President implied, Congress is working on reintroducing the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). It would enable companies to divulge private information to government authorities if the companies perceived some form of “cyber threats.” Any personal information — Facebook jokes, Twitter tussles, errant Web searches — could be handed over to a variety of government agencies if that information has anything to do with the potential vulnerability of a computer network.
“CISPA offers broad immunities to companies who choose to share data with government agencies,” the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Mark M. Jaycox explained in a blog post. “It also creates avenues for companies to share data with any federal agencies, including military intelligence agencies like the National Security Agency.”
While congress has yet to hammer out new, possibly more precise, language for a reintroduced CISPA bill, the powers it grants to both private companies and government authorities could end up making them partners in nationwide surveillance — the same complaint often levied against countries like China.
I am an ” American ” free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country.
This Heritage of Freedom I Pledge to Uphold
I will fight this fight with all that is within me and I hope that many of you will join with me in preserving the wonderful Heritage of Freedom given to us all by God and our Founding Fathers and all those Brave Souls who fought to keep us Free.
We must never forget those who made America the Greatest Nation the World has ever known. We must never forget all those who paid the ultimate price for our Freedom both at home and abroad. I Salute all of our Veterans and those Serving today.
I honor those who gave their Lives that we might be Free.
Thank you for your Service
Hat tip to Short Little Rebel for this Article
The Big Joke
Oh, this is just rich (no pun intended…ok, I admit it, pun intended)! Only the O’s have increased their wealth by TEN TIMES in the last four years!!!! They stared as millionaires and are now millionaires ten times over. And they lambast RICH people? Wanna know why? Because their wealth doesn’t come from being a BUSINESS OWNER, it comes from their POLITICS. Victim politics. Race politics. Hate politics. And politics of DIVISION- ALL of it made them rich- even Obama’s victim biographies were about politics. They don’t hate rich people (au contraire!) They just hate business people. The medium & little ones. From the very wealthy ones, they will soak up every penny.
So they have zero appreciation for the way the nation NEEDS to make money. At least if the nation actually wants to have a prosperous People as well as a prosperous upper crust. We need BUSINESS, Innovation and SELF SUFFICIENCY. There is NO BETTER or more EFFICIENT way to distribute resources than via the family unit. If each family can take care of the resources it needs, the government’s job got a ton easier. The day the family is broken, the day the best, most efficient resource distribution system known to man is broken. Families are under attack in the Dem. National Platform- the most blatant attack being the homosexual revolution, divorce and children out of wedlock. All of which is being encouraged by the DEM platform. One must truly ask why?
Ah, there IS an answer and we have seen it played out over and over again via socialism & communism the world over. Observe.
“It’s ALL good,” right? That is about my most hated phrase in pop culture today. It’s NOT all good! If it were, we sure wouldn’t need the Bible, God or Jesus, now would we? Divorce is NOT good. Abortion is NOT good. Homosexuality is NOT good. Children out of wedlock is NOT good. And complete sexual immorality is NOT good. It all goes against what God would have us do. Therefore, none of it is good. By definition.
The most pragmatic way to put it is that when we disobey God in our cultural lives, we get disaster. Very real disaster. Sexual immorality in a culture leads to broken families. Broken families lead to poor families and completely dysfunctional families. You get not only financial ruin or hardship, but huge emotional and mental hardship as well. And this dysfunction is passed onto the next generation. And again and again. Only each time, the problem grows exponentially. Cause the dysfunctional are pumping out the kids in an ever degrading situation. Until the dysfunction permeates the culture. And you end up with a People who can’t take care of themselves. And they need….who? They need… what?
Oh, you guessed it. THE GOVERNMENT. Or, at least they are vulnerable to that idea. Freedom looks pretty frightening to a 16 year old with a baby. Freedom to starve. Freedom to feel like a loser? Freedom to be homeless? Despised? Who wants THAT kind of freedom, People? No one! The crop is ready for picking!
So here comes the BIG GOVERNMENT in the form of Big Daddy. With a fistful of dollars and a promise for more. AND with a nice, convenient way out for you- you don’t need to recognize that you made a mistake. That you should have KNOWN the man more before you allowed him such access to your body. Or even better, made sure he loved you by waiting for that ring before you slept with him. NO, declares the Progressive Platform, you did nothing wrong and have nothing to regret. In fact, it’s the opposite. It’s RICH PEOPLE’S fault. It’s CHRISTIANS’ fault. It’s WHITE people’s fault. So, here’s their money (that they owed you) and please join us in condemning them and their disgusting judgment. Their moralizing. Their lecturing. In fact, we HATE them, don’t we? So let’s get rid of them and we will all be much happier…
Now, my friends, THAT is a powerful temptation, is it not? Why do you think evil people like Hugo Chavez could win his first democratic election? Because he tempted the poor in his country in this very way. Since then, he has suspended all free elections and has installed a pure sham- unsurprisingly, the guys wins every time now…. And the people are still as poor as they were when he got there. Only now, the ENTIRE country’s businesses are destroyed, along with their infrastructure. But Chavez? Like Obama, HE and his friends are filthy rich.
I can just see the two of them smoking cigars in their Panama Hats. I can see their wives with them, with their tropical drinks getting their toenails done by the local peasants. And what do I see they are talking about? I see them laughing. Big, hearty laughter. About how they got rich making everyone else hate rich people.
- The Big Joke (shortlittlerebel.wordpress.com)
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May God Bless you and the United States of America
- Film: Obama Hiding Stuff (foxnews.com)
- ‘You didn’t build that’: Anti-colonialist rage? (wnd.com)
- ’2016: Obama’s America’ Review: D’Souza Connects President’s Past to Present (rubinoworld.com)
- See This Movie (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
- Obama’s America 2016: Love Him, Hate Him, You Don’t Know Him (rushlimbaugh.com)
- Anti-Obama Documentary May Not Be Screened in D.C. Despite Big Opening (usnews.com)
So who am I ?
I am every American who holds a deep and abiding love for these
and for all those who so
laid down their lives that
might live on
I am every American who holds a deep and abiding love of the
afforded US by our
I am every American who holds a deep and abiding love for our
who gave US this
and then Challenged US to try and keep it
I am every American who holds a deep and abiding love for our
who Graced US with the
Freedom to Worship
by our own Free Will
I am every American who is willing to follow in the
Foot Steps of our
in Preserving this,
The Last Best Hope for all of Mankind
- The Most Important Election in the History of the United States is coming November 6th (votingamerican.wordpress.com)
- Almost 10% of Obama ’08 Voters Switching to Romney (votingamerican.wordpress.com)
Hat tip to The Blaze for this story
‘Just a Blogger’: Watch Michelle Malkin Assert the Power of Conservative Media at
Following her tense segment on Hannity with Juan Williams this week, where she was insulted as just a “blogger on the blogosphere” and “not a real journalist,“ Michelle Malkin is firing back at the ”snotty condescension from liberal elite journalists” like Williams.
At the “Right Online” convention this weekend, Malkin began her speech, “My name is Michelle Malkin and I am just a blogger,” to roars of applause.
She continued: “You’re blogging in your spare time when these ‘real reporters’ can‘t do their jobs when they’re on the clock! ‘Just a blogger…’ I want it on a t-shirt.”
Watch her entire speech below, via Right Online:
A few quotes from the speech include:
“Journalism is not something you are, it’s something you do.”
“There are real reporters who won‘t even say the name ’Brett Kimberlin’ out of fear…The kind of harassment that I’ve gone through over the past twenty years pales in comparison to what these individuals bloggers [have gone through]…and we owe them so much for standing up, for telling the truth. Thank them, get their backs.”
“A lot of progressives…always ask me, ‘Why are you so mad?’ Why the hell shouldn’t I be mad? You’re trying to flush our country down the toilet! I‘m not going to tell you that you’re a nice person. And I think we need more people in Washington…not to concede that these people are ‘nice’ people.”
“Once you un-mask the Occupy movement, the next step is taking the future generation of wealth-creators and job-creators in this country and immunizing them against the progressive virus. So we can‘t wait until they’re in college…”
“We fight for our freedom, for our faith, and for our families, and that’s what distinguishes us from these miserable enemies…You know, if I had to be the crusader and a cheerleader for a culture of dependency and entitlement, and coercion, and a massive welfare state that crushed religious liberty, and individual liberty, and the free market, and innovation– I’d be pretty darn miserable, too.”
- Michelle Malkin encourages fellow “right media” activists at Right Online 2012 (illinoisreview.typepad.com)
- Michelle Malkin’s Online Revolution Frustrates Juan Williams (johnmalcolm.me)
- Heated Juan Williams/Michelle Malkin Shoutfest Gets Personal With Eyerolls, ‘Snotty’ Accusations (mediaite.com)
- ‘Real journalist’ Juan Williams pwned by ‘just a blogger’ Michelle Malkin (twitchy.com)
- OUCH: Epic: Michelle Malkin Destroys Juan Williams After He Snidely Calls Her ‘Just a Blogger.’… (pjmedia.com)
- Video: Boss Emeritus rips Juan Williams for blogger remark (hotair.com)