Dear Wild Bill sounds good to me. Go!!! Andrew
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Earlier this afternoon, the House held its 50th Obamacare repeal vote, voting 250 to 160 in favor of a one-year delay on the individual mandate penalty. And that really, really stuck in Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s craw:
The nerve of those Republicans (and 27 Democrats), trying to “undermine” a law as pure and solid as Obamacare! Don’t they know it’s “working”?
This is a good Interview with Judge Andrew Napolitano on Freedom of the Press and Ed Snowden. My first question on the whole issue is how could Snodwen done such extensive damage to the NSA since some of the information disclosed by Snowden was already known. In my opinion, Snoweden just elaborated on what had been disclosed by William Binney and Thomas Drake.
I have included two examples of interviews with William Binney and Thomas Drake that were filmed in 2012.<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/68196371″>Look at What They did to Mr Drake</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user14423120″>Andrew Hagle</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
We seriously need to change the way we classify information in the US Government. We need to protect our journalists including but not limited to Domestic Main Line Journalists, Bloggers, and Foreign Journalists including bloggers. We also need to only prosecute persons for espionage when classified information is disclosed to a journalist if there was an actual loss of life (proven to very high standard). And that the only way that the enemy could have obtained the damaging information was though that particular leak.
Please let me know what you think. Blessings Andrew
The Senate filibustered President Obama’s nominee to lead the Justice Department’s civil rights division, with seven Democrats joining Republicans Wednesday in arguing his past history defending a convicted cop-killer made him the wrong man for the job.
The defeat of Debo P. Adegbile, who as a lawyer for the NAACP filed a brief arguing that former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal’s murder trial was tainted by racism, is a major blow to Mr. Obama. It comes even after Democrats changed the rules last year to overcome filibusters with just 50 votes — but on Wednesday Majority Leader Harry Reid couldn’t even muster all of his own troops.
A furious Mr. Reid hinted that Republicans’ opposition was based on racism, pointing to to several other black nominees that GOP senators had opposed earlier. But in the case of Mr. Adegbile, his defense of Abu-Jamal was too much for even some Democrats.
The Senate blocked Mr. Adegbile on a 52-47 vote, with eight Democrats voting along with Republicans for the filibuster. One of those was Mr. Reid, who had to change to vote for the filibuster in order to be able to ask for an eventual re-vote — which he did.
“Maybe it’s time that America had a good discussion on civil rights,” Mr. Reid fumed.
But Mr. Obama seemed resigned to defeat, calling the vote “a travesty based on wildly unfair character attacks.”
“As a lawyer, Mr. Adgebile has played by the rules. And now, Washington politics have used the rules against him,” the president said in a statement. “The fact that his nomination was defeated solely based on his legal representation of a defendant runs contrary to a fundamental principle of our system of justice — and those who voted against his nomination denied the American people an outstanding public servant.”
Signifying the heft of the vote, Vice President Joseph R. Biden was in the chair, prepared to break a tie vote if it had come to that. Instead, he had to announce the defeat.
Please check out this video. It will shock you. This is credible as best I can tell. If you have any more information on John McCain and the POW/MIA issue. I would love to hear from you. I did not personally serve in the Military, but I do thank all those who did. I also will stand up always for the fair and proper treatment of our veterans.
Please let me know what you think. Blessings Andrew
Below is an excerpt from Patriot Action.
I, Bill Bissell am not a military veteran; I have never been in the military. The only thing I have done on a military base is deliver pizza, however, my dad and grand dad were in the military.
My grand dad was a WWI veteran; he was critically wounded in or near Germany by a mustard gas shell exploding near him. While in the military hospital he woke up on Nov.11, 1918 from a coma, he was first believed to be dead. The concussion from the exploding shell only knocked him out, however, his face had to be reconstructed and his breathing would never be the same due to the mustard gas. When he returned home from WWI, he was told his mother had died; she died thinking her son was killed in combat because she had already received the official letter. My dad was a WWII navy veteran; he was in navy boot camp, when Hiroshima was vaporizing. He lost a good part of his hearing while in the Philippines; a jammed 45 caliber pistol fired to close to his ears.
Between Senator McCain and me I don’t compare, however, McCain doesn’t compare with my dad, grand dad, the other POW s from Vietnam, in my opinion.
This is the story of Julie Boonstra a mom from Dexter MI who is being bullied by Rep Gary Peters (D-MI) who is her Congressman. Peters wants to now run for the US Senate. He has written TV stations in MI threatening to take theri licence under the guise of misleading advertising. Please watch and let me know what you think. Andrew
Who are they representing?…. Not us and not small business. Please let me know what you think. Andrew
Saying the political landscape will not be more conducive to amnesty legislation in two or four years, U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue wrote on Monday that immigration reform must happen now.
Donohue has previously said that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce would “pull out all the stops” to get immigration reform this year. The group reportedly plans to spend $50 million to blunt the influence of the Tea Party, largely because it opposes amnesty, and millions more to push for immigration reform legislation that the Congressional Budget Office has said would lower the wages of American workers.
Donohue wrote that “a system in which more than 11 million undocumented immigrants are living and working in our communities in de facto amnesty is indefensible” and claimed that “immigrants do not typically compete with Americans for jobs” and “serve as a complement to U.S.-born workers and can help fill labor shortages across the skill spectrum and in key sectors.”
He claims that “support for reform has never been stronger” even though Gallup found that only three percent of Americans view it as a top issue. He also said amnesty proponents “include lawmakers from both sides of the aisle, as well as labor, business, law enforcement, ethnic organizations, religious groups, and the high-tech industry” without mentioning that many of these groups are front-groups supported by left-wing donors like George Soros.
Read more at Bretbart