What a bright light Tom Cotton is, in obama’s dark world with evil allies…
The robber stopped near the door – like he was looking inside the billfold – then, all of a sudden, he took off running.
We asked what scared the man off, Jandebeur said, “I pulled out my automatic and was getting ready to ventilate him.”
Other than a big bruise on his face, Jandebeur was in pretty good spirits. He said it’s just one more event in his pretty eventful life.
He hopes the guy gets caught and he’s thankful that nearby Video Revolution put up cameras and caught the whole thing on tape, including a shot of the robber’s face.
Footage also shows, earlier in the evening, the guy waited around, hid behind a pillar and waited around some more, until Jandebeur went outside so he could strike, but was caught off guard.
~ Check this 2nd Amendment Warriors:
“Anybody who doesn’t arm themselves is asking for trouble,” Jandebeur said.
If you recognize the man in the video, you can call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS
… ‘How Is That Not Concealment?!’
Megyn Kelly and Juan Williams tonight sparred on “The Five” over whether or not Hillary Clinton broke the law through her use of personal email as secretary of state.
If you think Juan looks stupid, it is because he is. And we stuck up for him, when it turns out NPR was smart to get rid of him! In this blogger’s opinion Megyn decimates Juan and I don’t even wanna give him a sentence here. I believe Megyn is the only worthwhile primetime on FNC. Heck, mostly all 24 hrs. I rarely watch FNC anymore since it became MsM and jock TV.
Kelly argued that the law says it’s a violation to willfully conceal records:
“She’s got all the documents on her computer, FOIA requests are coming in, congressional demands are coming in, litigation requests are coming in, she doesn’t produce any of the documents. How is that not concealment?” Kelly asked.
“We lost credibility from the next fight because of this vote today.” – Gary Palmer
IMHO a Reagan in the making! ~ JP
MUST see Gary on house floor speech after the vote. JUST type Palmer in search and click play.
House Session, Part 2
The House passed H.R. 240. The bill funds the Department of Homeland Security without the policy rider that blocks President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
THIS is what he said: Excuse the caps, its CSpan *The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
ACTUALLY. WE ARE NOT THREE SEPARATE BUT EQUAL BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT. THE ABUSE OF THE EXEC TESTIFY ORDER HAS DIMINISHED CONGRESS AND THE ABUSE OF THE SENATE RULES HAS DIMINISHED THIS HOUSE. WE ARE NOW REDUCED TO PASSING WHAT THE SENATE WILL ALLOW US TO PASS. AND WE ARE — AND THE SENATE’S REDUCED TO PASSING WHAT THE SENATE WILL NOT VETO. THIS IS ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION. WE HAVE THREE MORE DAYS IN WHICH WE CAN CONSIDER LEGISLATION THAT UPHOLDS THE RULE OF LAW, THAT RESTORES THE BALANCE OF POWERS. WE SHOULD TAKE THOSE THREE DAYS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THIS IS A DAY THAT WE WILL REMEMBER FOR THE REST OF OUR LIVES, THAT THE COUNTRY IS LOOKING TO US RIGHT NOW TO MAKE A DECISION WHETHER OR NOT WE WILL UPHOLD OUR OATH OF OFFICE. I CALL UPON EVERY MEMBER OF THIS HOUSE TO BE AN OATH KEEPER. I YIELD THE BALANCE OF MY TIME.
Palmer Votes Against Bill Funding Obama’s Unconstitutional Executive Action
“Netanyahu said we were the most powerful legislative body in the world. And we are until the President says we aren’t.” – Gary Palmer
“The abuse of the executive order and abuse of the Senate rules has diminished this House.” - Gary Palmer
Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) in a statement saying:
“The will of the American people cannot be forever denied. Republicans will have to come to realize that it falls on their shoulders to give voice to the just demands of the American people for a lawful system of immigration that serves their interests, defends their jobs, protects their security.”
Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Gary Palmer voted against a bill that would allow for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funds to go toward President Obama’s unconstitutional executive action concerning immigration, and is deeply disappointed that the bill passed:
“I have no higher priority as a member of Congress than restoring Constitutional governance. When it comes to funding DHS, the focus has been on immigration, but that is really not the issue. The real issue is the separation of powers set up by our Constitution. I believe the President, the Congress and the Courts should have the power given to them by the Constitution but not one power more.
“I am pleased that a court has given an injunction against President Obama’s unconstitutional executive order, and I hope that will result in this illegal order being permanently struck down. However, it is not the sole function of the judiciary to uphold the Constitution. Congressmen also take an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution. This vote was not about politics, but about keeping my oath.
“Congress can and should pass legislation to secure our borders and fix our immigration system, but nothing in the law justifies unilateral action by the executive. The Constitution forbids the executive from unilaterally making law, and that is precisely what the President is attempting to do. I have consistently opposed measures that would legitimize President Obama’s unlawful executive action and I am deeply disappointed that this bill has passed.
“If Congress does not stand up for its own Constitutional role in the process of governance, no one else will. I fear this vote today will lead to further lawless action by the executive branch and further erosion of the powers granted to the Congress by the Constitution.”
January 21, 2015
From today’s Jewish Journal:
Sen. Robert Menendez hands down got the most enthusiastic reception of any speaker so far at AIPAC’s annual conference.
I’d say you could barely hear the New Jersey Democrat on Monday night but for the whoops and shouts, except that Menendez has a preacher’s style and his rich tenor and rolling cadences rode the cheering like a rodeo cowboy. He was in control, and everything he said was crystal clear.
So what happened?
Well, for one thing Menendez is the Democrat who puts the “bi” back in partisanship, a one-man bulwark against the notion that hewing to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s Iran-skeptic precepts makes you a Republican.
His tough talk was just the tonic for a lobby battled by perceptions that it is increasingly identified with the GOP.
“I can tell you one thing,” he said. “As long as I have an ounce of fight left in me, as long as I have a vote and a say and a chance to protect the interest of Israel, the region and the national security interests of the United States — Iran will never have a pathway to a weapon. It will never threaten Israel or its neighbors, and it will never be in a position to start a nuclear arms race in the Middle East. Not on my watch!”
“And, when it comes to defending the U.S.-Israel relationship, I am not intimidated by anyone — not Israel’s political enemies, and not by my political friends when I believe they’re wrong,” he said.
Then he took on Rice.
I take issue with those who say the prime minister’s visit to the United States is ‘destructive to U.S.-Israel relations.’
“And tomorrow I will be proud when I escort Prime Minister Netanyahu to the House chamber to give his speech! To show him the respect he deserves from every American who cares about our relationship with the only true democracy in the Middle East.”
A middle school student in Georgia has become an viral sensation after releasing a YouTube video Saturday that defends former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and argues President Obama’s stance on Islamic extremism is evidence he doesn’t love America.
“If you really did love America, you would call [Islamic State] what it really is: an assault on Christianity, an assault on America and downright hate for the American values that our country holds — freedom of speech, freedom of religion and every single thing that our country stands for,” CJ Pearson said in the clip, which has amassed nearly 300,000 views since Saturday.
“I hope that one day people will get enough guts to speak out against your downright hatred for this nation,” he said.
“I want to applaud Mayor Rudy Giuliani for his comments about President Barack Obama,” CJ said in the clip. “Here the truth of the matter: I don’t want to be politically correct. I don’t care about being politically correct at this point. President Obama, you don’t love America.
“Here’s what you need to realize, that here in America, we don’t back down to terrorists,” he said. “We fight them on their own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end. Here in America, we don’t allow the government to take away what we work for. … President Obama, if you really did indeed love America … you’d fight for our values domestic and abroad.”
So I ask you obama, is CJ a racist? Better yet I betchya put CJ on the ‘Right-Wing Extremist terror watch list! Bah!
Gov. Scott said his Mom was gonna bake them chocolate chip cookies
LOVE this piece from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Today!
A Republican governor from a blue-leaning state that actually practices the conservatism he preaches.
Suppose you were an immigrant who had just landed on America’s shores. If you picked up The New York Times in the past week, you might suspect that you had entered a time machine and catapulted forward to the year 2017. You’d probably ask (in your native language), “Who is this President Scott Walker that the Times keeps talking about?”
There’s an elementary fact that Walker’s opponents are incapable of learning: Every attack he endures simply endears him to more Republican presidential voters. Any time a liberal in Wisconsin pulls out a bullhorn, Fox News buys five new cameras.
When union protesters march on a home inhabited by his septuagenarian parents, it is electoral gold falling from the sky. Want to make fun of his lack of a college degree? Go ahead — Republicans will be happy to be the party that demonstrates you can achieve anything no matter what diploma you hold.
So on behalf of Scott Walker, I would like to welcome the national media to this simple little place we call “Wisconsin.” Just keep in mind — your foray into the world of Wisconsin politics only helps Walker show the nation what he’s achieved here.
See analysis from This YT channel
… ends forced dues! Now THIS is a worthwhile executive order Friends. Do we have another Wonderful Scott Walker in the rising?
Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner struck a first official blow on Monday against the public sector labor unions he has frequently criticized by ordering an end to a requirement that workers pay dues even if they decide not to join a union.
His executive order sets up a fight with the state’s powerful labor unions, a key ally of members of the Democratic-led Legislature, just as Illinois has begun divided government for the first time in more than a decade. Unions immediately lashed back, while top Democrats questioned the legality of Rauner’s action and said their legal teams would review it.
We can now officially celebrate the sheer kindness in the aisle of a Raleigh, North Carolina, Target store, which has gone viral with more than 55,000 likes on Facebook alone.
“I didn’t expect the kindness of strangers,” Audrey Mark, who took the photo, told ABC News. “You don’t expect humanity on aisle 11 of a big-box store.”
The quiet 15-year-old in the black suit was looking for a clip-on tie for his first job interview, but Target only sells regular ties. That’s when Dennis Roberts, Cyndi Moore and Cathy Scott came to his rescue.
And now, after two interviews with the Chick-fil-A restaurant at a mall near his home, ABC News knew something that Moore didn’t. He was going to get that first job.
“I think we are ready to offer you a job at the mall,” Chick-fil-A’s manager, David Langston, told a surprised Moore in the food court.
Out came the cameras and a few special guests from the Target store who were hiding, patiently waiting for him to get the good news.
“You look beautiful,” they told Moore, giving him big hugs.
When asked when he’ll actually start the new job, Langston replied:
“As soon as he is ready!” “I can start tomorrow,” Moore said, smiling ear to ear.
So we in the South prove once again what racists we are (snarky)…
RALEIGH (WTVD) — Do you remember going for your first ever job interview?
A Wake County teenager ran into a roadblock before he even got to his, and what happened next was caught on camera. Now, it’s going viral.
It all started with a picture at the Target store near Triangle Town Center.
Audrey Mark is a loyal target shopper, but Wednesday she noticed something different.
“I see this young teen being hovered over by this Target employee,” said Audrey. “So, as a mom of three teens, I go to ‘What did he do?'”
However, she noticed the employee fixing the teen’s tie, and because it seemed unusual, she snapped a picture.
“I hear him peppering him with all this advice on interview skills and handshakes,” said Audrey.
Target employee Cathy Scott said it all started when she saw a teenage customer looking for something.
“I asked him if he needed help and he told me he needed clip on ties,” said Cathy. “We didn’t have any.”
ABC affiliate in Raleigh:
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