Obama Reelection Insurrection Imminent

Disarming America
Doug Hagmann Full Story

“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” Those are the words directly from the mouth of Rahm Emmanuel, uttered in 2009 while he was Barack Hussein Obama’s Chief of Staff. Although Emmanuel is gone from the White House, that sentiment, or perhaps more accurately described as a tactic, remains.
Obama Reelection Insurrection Imminent
Sher Zieve Full Story

Recently, I read Doug Hagmann’s column “The planned re-election of Obama, revolutionary style” in which Doug cited a “deep-throat” DHS source.  The following interview is a continuation of that column and it is bone-chilling.
Don’t Call It McCarthyism
Joy Tiz Full Story

Liberals have been embarrassing themselves for decades with this McCarthy business.  Point out an unsavory association, and they squeal like stuck pigs about the scourge of McCarthyism.  In the mind of the liberal, Senator McCarthy was a deranged conservative finding imaginary communists under every rock and creating the fiction of the Red Menace.  Note: they have the same attitude today about radical Islam.
Suicide as a Jewish Value
Daniel Greenfield Full Story

A month ago, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz sat down with the host of a Jewish television channel and could not name any reason for Jews to vote for Obama except for his support for abortion. Which is to say that the favorite muppet of the Democratic Party could not think of any reason to support B.O. except a mutual commitment that fewer Jews be born.
Che Guevara Idolator “Feels Pain” of Pinochet’s Victims
Humberto Fontova Full StoryIn the Robert Redford production The Motorcycle Diaries Mexican-born actor Gael Garcia Bernal reveled in the role of Ernesto Guevara “I cannot remember when I didn’t know about Che,” he sighed during an interview in 2004. “Che has so much to do with your ideals as a young man. His mythification, Che the icon, is not three-dimensional. To have the T-shirt doesn’t mean much. With the film, we wanted to bring that character closer to ourselves.

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