Monday, April 30, 2012

The Great Chicago Rip-off

Never have so few done so little for so much.

Chicagostan Aldercreatures rape the city.


SEALs Slam Obama

Comrade Obama Forward!

Red Cross plan for leaving Chicagostan

It's so nice of them to set up camps for the city's citizen when the Useful Occupidiots try to destroy Chicagostan.

Our Ally is Our Enemy

Why is the MSM so quiet about this? Why aren't they telling the American people about what is really going on in Afghanistan. They sure told us ad nauseum about what was going on when Bush was POTUS. Could the MSM be trying to protect Obama? They sure are going on non-stop on how he ordered Bin Ladin killed.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Romney's Big Speech

These are excerpts from Mitt Romney's speech today that was ignored by the MSM. It's ok, nobody would have seen it anyways...

After 43 primaries and caucuses, many long days and not a few long nights, I can say with confidence – and gratitude – that you have given me a great honor and solemn responsibility. And, together, we will win on November 6th!

We launched this campaign not far from here on a beautiful June day. It has been long and extraordinarily rewarding.

Americans have always been eternal optimists. But over the last three and a half years, we have seen hopes and dreams diminished by false promises and weak leadership. Everywhere I go, Americans are tired of being tired, and many of those who are fortunate enough to have a job are working harder for less.

For every single mom who feels heartbroken when she has to explain to her kids that she needs to take a second job … for every grandparent who can’t afford the gas to visit his or her grandchildren … for the mom and dad who never thought they’d be on food stamps … for the small business owner desperately cutting back just to keep the doors open one more month – to all of the thousands of good and decent Americans I’ve met who want nothing more than a better chance, a fighting chance, to all of you, I have a simple message: Hold on a little longer. A better America begins tonight.



Four years ago Barack Obama dazzled us in front of Greek columns with sweeping promises of hope and change. But after we came down to earth, after the celebration and parades, what do we have to show for three and a half years of President Obama?

Is it easier to make ends meet? Is it easier to sell your home or buy a new one? Have you saved what you needed for retirement? Are you making more in your job? Do you have a better chance to get a better job? Do you pay less at the pump?

If the answer were “yes” to those questions, then President Obama would be running for re-election based on his achievements…and rightly so. But because he has failed, he will run a campaign of diversions, distractions, and distortions. That kind of campaign may have worked at another place and in a different time. But not here and not now. It’s still about the economy …and we’re not stupid.

I see an America with a growing middle class, with rising standards of living. I see children even more successful than their parents - some successful even beyond their wildest dreams – and others congratulating them for their achievement, not attacking them for it.

This America is fundamentally fair. We will stop the unfairness of urban children being denied access to the good schools of their choice; the unfairness of politicians giving taxpayer money to their friends’ businesses; the unfairness of requiring union workers to contribute to politicians not of their choosing; the unfairness of government workers getting better pay and benefits than the taxpayers they serve; and we will stop the unfairness of one generation passing larger and larger debts on to the next.

In the America I see, character and choices matter. And education, hard work, and living within our means are valued and rewarded. And poverty will be defeated, not with a government check, but with respect and achievement that is taught by parents, learned in school, and practiced in the workplace.

This is the America that was won for us by the nation’s Founders, and earned for us by the Greatest Generation. It is the America that has produced the most innovative, most productive, and most powerful economy in the world, with one of the highest standards of living of any major nation. …

Another Useful Idiot

Spies or Whores?

Monday, April 23, 2012

Progdolytes want US to rid All Volunteer Forces

The Progdolytes want to get rid of the US All Volunteer Armed Services because it is too effective. There has never been a military force as powerful and well trained on this planet and the Left hates it. So what they want is to disband it and start the Draft again.

Catholic Bishops take on Obama

ObamaCare V's the Catholics

Chicago Police Crash Reports are Erroneous

Americans will get the Government that they deserve.

ObamaCares Slush Fund

The Obama corruption machine is in full gear to fleece our nation.

Progressives Poison Catholic Nuns with Social Justice

The Catholic Church in America is waging an internal war with the false teachings of social justice. Click on the title link to read the article and this following article will make a lot more sense with what's happening in our nation and with our faiths. It's not just the Catholic Church but all Christian denominations that have this false and corrupt philosophy trying to poison it from within.

Social Justice: Code for Communism

By Barry Loberfeld
FrontPageMagazine.com |
February 27, 2004

The signature of modern leftist rhetoric is the deployment of terminology that simply cannot fail to command assent. As Orwell himself recognized, even slavery could be sold if labeled "freedom." In this vein, who could ever conscientiously oppose the pursuit of "social justice," -- i.e., a just society?

To understand "social justice," we must contrast it with the earlier view of justice against which it was conceived -- one that arose as a revolt against political absolutism. With a government (e.g., a monarchy) that is granted absolute power, it is impossible to speak of any injustice on its part. If it can do anything, it can't do anything "wrong." Justice as a political/legal term can begin only when limitations are placed upon the sovereign, i.e., when men define what is unjust for government to do. The historical realization traces from the Roman senate to Magna Carta to the U.S. Constitution to the 19th century. It was now a matter of "justice" that government not arrest citizens arbitrarily, sanction their bondage by others, persecute them for their religion or speech, seize their property, or prevent their travel.

This culmination of centuries of ideas and struggles became known as liberalism. And it was precisely in opposition to this liberalism -- not feudalism or theocracy or the ancien régime, much less 20th century fascism -- that Karl Marx formed and detailed the popular concept of "social justice," (which has become a kind of "new and improved" substitute for a storeful of other terms -- Marxism, socialism, collectivism -- that, in the wake of Communism's history and collapse, are now unsellable).

"The history of all existing society," he and Engels declared, "is the history of class struggles. Freeman and slave, patrician and plebian, lord and serf ... oppressor and oppressed, stood in sharp opposition to each other." They were quite right to note the political castes and resulting clashes of the pre-liberal era. The expositors of liberalism (Spencer, Maine) saw their ethic, by establishing the political equality of all (e.g., the abolition of slavery, serfdom, and inequality of rights), as moving mankind from a "society of status" to a "society of contract." Alas, Marx the Prophet could not accept that the classless millenium had arrived before he did. Thus, he revealed to a benighted humanity that liberalism was in fact merely another stage of History's class struggle -- "capitalism" -- with its own combatants: the "proletariat" and the "bourgeoisie." The former were manual laborers, the latter professionals and business owners. Marx's "classes" were not political castes but occupations.

Today the terms have broadened to mean essentially income brackets. If Smith can make a nice living from his writing, he's a bourgeois; if Jones is reciting poetry for coins in a subway terminal, he's a proletarian. But the freedoms of speech and enterprise that they share equally are "nothing but lies and falsehoods so long as" their differences in affluence and influence persist (Luxemburg). The unbroken line from The Communist Manifesto to its contemporary adherents is that economic inequality is the monstrous injustice of the capitalist system, which must be replaced by an ideal of "social justice" -- a "classless" society created by the elimination of all differences in wealth and "power."

Give Marx his due: He was absolutely correct in identifying the political freedom of liberalism -- the right of each man to do as he wishes with his own resources -- as the origin of income disparity under capitalism. If Smith is now earning a fortune while Jones is still stuck in that subway, it's not because of the "class" into which each was born, to say nothing of royal patronage. They are where they are because of how the common man spends his money. That's why some writers sell books in the millions, some sell them in the thousands, and still others can't even get published. It is the choices of the masses ("the market") that create the inequalities of fortune and fame -- and the only way to correct those "injustices" is to control those choices.

Every policy item on the leftist agenda is merely a deduction from this fundamental premise. Private property and the free market of exchange are the most obvious hindrances to the implementation of that agenda, but hardly the only. Also verboten is the choice to emigrate, which removes one and one's wealth from the pool of resources to be redirected by the demands of "social justice" and its enforcers. And crucial to the justification of a "classless" society is the undermining of any notion that individuals are responsible for their behavior and its consequences. To maintain the illusion that classes still exist under capitalism, it cannot be conceded that the "haves" are responsible for what they have or that the "have nots" are responsible for what they have not. Therefore, people are what they are because of where they were born into the social order -- as if this were early 17th century France.

Men of achievement are pointedly referred to as "the priviliged" -- as if they were given everything and earned nothing. Their seeming accomplishments are, at best, really nothing more than the results of the sheer luck of a beneficial social environment (or even -- in the allowance of one egalitarian, John Rawls -- "natural endowment"). Consequently, the "haves" do not deserve what they have. The flip side of this is the insistence that the "have nots" are, in fact, "the underpriviliged," who have been denied their due by an unjust society. If some men wind up behind bars, they are (to borrow from Broadway) depraved only because they are "deprived." Environmental determinism, once an almost sacred doctrine of official Soviet academe, thrives as the "social constructionist" orthodoxy of today's anti-capitalist left. The theory of "behavioral scientists" and their boxed rats serviceably parallels the practice of a Central Planning Board and its closed society.

The imperative of economic equality also generates a striking opposition between "social justice" and its liberal rival. The equality of the latter, we've noted, is the equality of all individuals in the eyes of the law -- the protection of the political rights of each man, irrespective of "class" (or any assigned collective identity, hence the blindfold of Justice personified). However, this political equality, also noted, spawns the difference in "class" between Smith and Jones. All this echoes Nobel laureate F.A. Hayek's observation that if "we treat them equally [politically], the result must be inequality in their actual [i.e., economic] position." The irresistable conclusion is that "the only way to place them in an equal [economic] position would be to treat them differently [politically]" -- precisely the conclusion that the advocates of "social justice" themselves have always reached.

In the nations that had instituted this resolution throughout their legal systems, "different" political treatment came to subsume the extermination or imprisonment of millions because of their "class" origins. In our own American "mixed economy," which mixes differing systems of justice as much as economics, "social justice" finds expression in such policies and propositions as progressive taxation and income redistribution; affirmative action and even "reparations," its logical implication; and selective censorship in the name of "substantive equality," i.e., economic equality disingenuously reconfigured as a Fourteenth Amendment right and touted as the moral superior to "formal equality," the equality of political freedom actually guaranteed by the amendment. This last is the project of a growing number of leftist legal theorists that includes Cass Sunstein and Catherine MacKinnon, the latter opining that the "law of [substantive] equality and the law of freedom of expression [for all] are on a collision course in this country." Interestingly, Hayek had continued, "Equality before the law and material equality are, therefore, not only different, but in conflict with each other" -- a pronouncement that evidently draws no dissent.

Hayek emphasized another conflict between the two conceptions of justice, one we can begin examining simply by asking who the subject of liberal justice is. The answer: a person -- a flesh-and-blood person, who is held accountable for only those actions that constitute specifically defined crimes of violence (robbery, rape, murder) against other citizens. Conversely, who is the subject of "social justice" -- society? Indeed yes, but is society really a "who"? When we speak of "social psychology" (the standard example), no one believes that there is a "social psyche" whose thoughts can be analyzed. And yet the very notion of "social justice" presupposes a volitional Society whose actions can (and must) be held accountable. This jarring bit of Platonism traces all the way back to Marx himself, who, "despite all his anti-Idealistic and anti-Hegelian rhetoric, is really an Idealist and Hegelian ... asserting, at root, that [Society] precedes and determines the characteristics of those who are [its] members" (R.A. Childs, Jr.). Behold leftism's alternative to liberalism's "atomistic individualism": reifying collectivism, what Hayek called "anthropomorphism or personification."

Too obviously, it is not liberalism that atomizes an entity (a concrete), but "social justice" that reifies an aggregate (an abstraction). And exactly what injustice is Society responsible for? Of course: the economic inequality between Smith and Jones -- and Johnson and Brown and all others. But there is no personified Society who planned and perpetrated this alleged inequity, only a society of persons acting upon the many choices made by their individual minds. Eventually, though, everyone recognizes that this Ideal of Society doesn't exist in the real world -- leaving two options. One is to cease holding society accountable as a legal entity, a moral agent. The other is to conclude that the only practicable way to hold society accountable for "its" actions is to police the every action of every individual.

The apologists for applied "social justice" have always explained away its relationship to totalitarianism as nothing more than what we may call (after Orwell's Animal Farm) the "Napoleon scenario": the subversion of earnest revolutions by demented individuals (e.g., Stalin, Mao -- to name just two among too many). What can never be admitted is that authoritarian brutality is the not-merely-possible-but-inevitable realization of the nature of "social justice" itself.

What is "social justice"? The theory that implies and justifies the practice of socialism. And what is "socialism"? Domination by the State. What is "socialized" is state-controlled. So what is "totalitarian" socialism other than total socialism, i.e., state control of everything? And what is that but the absence of a free market in anything, be it goods or ideas? Those who contend that a socialist government need not be totalitarian, that it can allow a free market -- independent choice, the very source of "inequality"! -- in some things (ideas) and not in others (goods -- as if, say, books were one or the other), are saying only that the socialist ethic shouldn't be applied consistently.

This is nothing less than a confession of moral cowardice. It is the explanation for why, from Moscow to Managua, all the rivalries within the different socialist revolutions have been won by, not the "democratic" or "libertarian" socialists, but the totalitarians, i.e., those who don't qualify their socialism with antonyms. "Totalitarian socialism" is not a variation but a redundancy, which is why half-capitalist hypocrites will always lose out to those who have the courage of their socialist convictions. (Likewise, someone whose idea of "social justice" is a moderate welfare state is someone who's willing to tolerate far more "social injustice" than he's willing to eliminate.)

What is "social justice"? The abolition of privacy. Its repudiation of property rights, far from being a fundamental, is merely one derivation of this basic principle. Socialism, declared Marx, advocates "the positive abolition of private property [in order to effect] the return of man himself as a social, i.e., really human, being." It is the private status of property -- meaning: the privacy, not the property -- that stands in opposition to the social (i.e., "socialized," and thus "really human") nature of man. Observe that the premise holds even when we substitute x for property. If private anything denies man's social nature, then so does private everything. And it is the negation of anything and everything private -- from work to worship to even family life -- that has been the social affirmation of the socialist state.

What is "social justice"? The opposite of capitalism. And what is "capitalism"? It is Marx's coinage (minted by his materialist dispensation) for the Western liberalism that diminished state power from absolutism to limited government; that, from John Locke to the American Founders, held that each individual has an inviolable right to his own life, liberty, and property, which government exists solely to secure. Now what would the reverse of this be but a resurrection of Oriental despotism, the reactionary increase of state power from limited government to absolutism, i.e., "totalitarianism," the absolute control of absolutely everything? And what is the opposite -- the violation -- of securing the life, liberty, and property of all men other than mass murder, mass tyranny, and mass plunder? And what is that but the point at which theory ends and history begins?

And yet even before that point -- before the 20th century, before publication of the Manifesto itself -- there were those who did indeed make the connection between what Marxism inherently meant on paper and what it would inevitably mean in practice. In 1844, Arnold Ruge presented the abstract: "a police and slave state." And in 1872, Michael Bakunin provided the specifics:

[T]he People's State of Marx ... will not content itself with administering and governing the masses politically, as all governments do today. It will also administer the masses economically, concentrating in the hands of the State the production and division of wealth, the cultivation of land, the establishment and development of factories, the organization and direction of commerce, and finally the application of capital to production by the only banker -- the State. All that will demand an immense knowledge and many heads "overflowing with brains" in this government. It will be the reign of scientific intelligence, the most aristocratic, despotic, arrogant, and elitist of all regimes. There will be a new class, a new hierarchy of real and counterfeit scientists and scholars, and the world will be divided into a minority ruling in the name of knowledge, and an immense ignorant majority. And then, woe unto the mass of ignorant ones!

It is precisely this "new class" that reflects the defining contradiction of modern leftist reality: The goal of complete economic equality logically enjoins the means of complete state control, yet this means has never practically achieved that end. Yes, Smith and Jones, once "socialized," are equally poor and equally oppressed, but now above them looms an oligarchy of not-to-be-equalized equalizers. The inescapable rise of this "new class" -- privileged economically as well as politically, never quite ready to "wither away" -- forever destroys the possibility of a "classless" society. Here the lesson of socialism teaches what should have been learned from the lesson of pre-liberal despotism -- that state coercion is a means to no end but its own. Far from expanding equality from the political to the economic realm, the pursuit of "social justice" serves only to contract it within both. There will never be any kind of equality -- or real justice -- as long as a socialist elite stands behind the trigger while the rest of us kneel before the barrel.

Further Reading

The contemporary left remains possessed by the spirit of Marx, present even where he's not, and the best overview of his ideology remains Thomas Sowell's Marxism: Philosophy and Economics, which is complemented perfectly by the most accessible refutation of that ideology, David Conway's A Farewell to Marx. Hayek's majestic The Mirage of Social Justice is a challenging yet rewarding effort, while his The Road to Serfdom provides an unparalleled exposition of how freedom falls to tyranny. Moving from theory to practice, Communism: AHistory, Richard Pipes' slim survey, ably says all that is needed.

Cop turns Thief


Seriously Dale, you stole a total of $500.00 in a period of a year and a half? Mathematical calculations would put it around an average of $27.75 a month. WTF Dale? Did your mind turn into puppy shit? Do you think that you live in Chicagostan?

Kids, if you never want your picture on the internet like this...don't steal. Especially, this much? LOL!!! ROFLMAO!!!!

Sarah Palin's Nude Painting


Progdolytes just keep finding new lows. The Tribune has to do something to get some viewers and Sarah Palin is a draw. I wonder if I painted third grade images of Nancy Pelosi, Jan Schakowsky or some other Libturd broad if the Tribune would print it? What a terrible fish wrap it has become. Grow up Bruce Elliot, for a 65 year old libturd, when will you realize that since you progdolytes can't give a valid alternative to Conservatism, then the best that you can do is attack the messenger.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Riots is Chicagostan


These condos are owned by Chicagoans who are mostly Progressive Democrats. Oh well Comrades, you sow what you reap.

Useful Idiots

LENIN is supposed to have referred to blind defenders and apologists for the Soviet Union in the Western democracies as "useful idiots."

Thomas Sowell


Wikipedea

In political jargon, useful idiot is a pejorative term used to describe people perceived as propagandists for a cause whose goals they do not understand, who are used cynically by the leaders of the cause.

The term was originally used to describe Soviet sympathizers in Western countries. The implication was that although the people in question naïvely thought of themselves as an ally of the Soviet Union, they were actually held in contempt and were being cynically used. The use of the term in political discourse has since been extended to other propagandists, especially those who are seen to unwittingly support a malignant cause which they naively believe to be a force for good.[1]

An early usage identified is in a 1948 article in the social-democratic Italian paper L'Umanita - as cited in a New York Times article on Italian politics of the same year.[2] Despite often being attributed to Lenin,[3][4][5] in 1987, Grant Harris, senior reference librarian at the Library of Congress, declared that "We have not been able to identify this phrase among [Lenin's] published works."

Tea Party Insurgency


The Republican Party Establishment is trying to regain it's control of the GOP after a very contentious primary. They were able to get Mitt Romney as their front runner but it was through shrewd political wrangling and not through political popularism. The Tea Party will support whoever is the front runner because the primary process forced Mitt Romney closer to Conservative principles then he originally set out to represent. There is no question that he is not Conservative, his personal life is an example of what Conservatism espouses. He will get the support of the different elements of the Tea Party in the General Election on November 2012.

The Republican Party Establishment Senate and House members will have a much harder time of it come this same election cycle. They will try to avert what has happened to them in the last couple of elections.

Senator Richard Lugar (R-Ind)


Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah)

Dropoff



Obama is not getting the monetary support from the professional left. These useful idiots are so self centered that they feel that by withholding their financial support that they can punish the President for not have changing this nation further to the Left then they had hoped for. The Progressives have caused so much damage that it will take generations to fix their mess. It is humorous to note that they will be lined up against the wall with the rest of us when the true Left takes final control.

May God Bless Mexico

Friday, April 20, 2012

Dog Eater




DOG, it's whats for dinner.

Worker's Comp

Was she worth their jobs?


This is what $800.00 gets you for a date with Dania Suarez. You get to take her out for a night on the town. You dine her, wine her and finally bed her. Dear reader, you decide if she's worth it.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Radical Nuns


The Catholic Church attempts to rid itself of the corrupting progressive infestation of 'social justice'. This is what has been attacking the christian faith from within and has been the root evil of what has brought so much damage to not only the Christian faiths but has been very active in undermining the Catholic Church. Satan has been very busy in his corruption.

Rep. West's claim that dozens of Democratic politicians are communists


MSM propagandist Comrade Rex W. Huppke, a Chicago Tribune reporter, writes a lengthy piece of garbage about facts. His real intent is to attack Florida Representative Allen West's revelation of the communist influence in the Democrats party members in the House. Rex' terrible article doesn't go on to provide any evidence or 'facts' for or against his comments. It is simply a satirical progdolytical attempt at humor with the intent to discredit Allen West. Nice try comrade, but unfortunately this will only work on the ignorant and your fellow travelers. Please progress to your communist party and goose step around your collective. I find it amusing why the owners of these newspaper cannot understand why nobody is buying these fish wraps. Could it be that more people are actually aware of this being a marxist propaganda lies?

John Kass : April 18, 2012

Rebellion in Chicagostan?

Red light Camera lawsuit.

More money for Rahmbo's Chicagostan

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Silver Spoon


Comrade President Obama leads the class warfare fight here in the United States against his Capitalist opponent, Mitt Romney.

Dustoff


I found this on www.blackfive.net. It is a great site.

Why are so many people leaving Illinois?

Chicagostan - Fault lies with Guns or Criminals?

Obama and Emanuel both blame guns and not the criminals that are pulling the triggers. 2012 is going to be a very bad year for Chicagostan.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

MS : The Battle of the First Ladies

Multiple Sclerosis is the weapon that is being wielded by the contender's wives as Mrs. Obama throws down the gauntlet and unleashes with the first attack. Oh well, so much for family being left out of the political fray. MS is a horrible, chronic and degenerative brain disease that affects over 400,000 Americans.

Siege of Chicagostan - April 17, 2012

Friendly Skys of NWO

Sunday, April 15, 2012

India-Pakistan Border Ceremony

Lady Gaga - Bad Romance Video

Pirated Chinese copy.

My Humps

No wonder why the drones always in a hurry, goose stepping to the communist party at their collective.

Mommy, Mommy, OBAMA's A COMMIE!

Communist Monopoly

The State tells us that all comrades love to play, Communist Monopoly!!!


Goose Stepping Babes






You ever wonder why whatever type of socialist there are, they just love to goose step? I figure that since America is heading in that direction anyways, we might as well figure out our own style of goose stepping. The NORK's babes seem to have a penchant for their hotties to goose step around during their many parades. I imagine that they don't want to be late arriving at one of their many communist parties. We'll be seeing this soon coming down Main Street, USA.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

What if the Government rejects the Constitution


What if the government never took the Constitution seriously? What if the same generation -- in some cases the same human beings -- that wrote in the First Amendment, "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech," also enacted the Alien and Sedition Acts, which made it a crime to criticize the government? What if the feds don't regard the Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land?

What if the government regards the Constitution as merely a guideline to be referred to from time to time, or a myth to be foisted upon the voters, but not as a historic delegation of power that lawfully limits the federal government? What if Congress knows that most of what it regulates puts it outside the confines of the Constitution, but it does whatever it can get away with? What if the feds don't think that the Constitution was written to keep them off the people's backs?

What if there's no substantial difference between the two major political parties? What if the same political mentality that gave us the Patriot Act, with its federal agent-written search warrants that permit unconstitutional spying on us, also gave us ObamaCare, with its mandate to buy health insurance, even if we don't want or need it? What if both political parties love power more than freedom? What if both parties have used the Commerce Clause in the Constitution to stretch the power of the federal government far beyond its constitutionally ordained boundaries and well beyond the plain meaning of words?

What if both parties love war because the public is more docile during war and permits higher taxes and more federal theft of freedom from individuals and power from the states? What if none of these recent wars has made us freer or safer, but just poorer?

What if Congress bribed the states with cash in return for their enacting legislation that Congress likes, but cannot lawfully enact? What if Congress went to all states in the union and offered them cash to repave their interstate highways, if the states only lowered their speed limits? What if the states took that deal? What if the Supreme Court approved this bribery and then Congress did it again and again? What if this bribery were a way for Congress to get around the few constitutional limitations that Congress acknowledges?

What if Congress believes that it can spend tax dollars on anything it pleases and tie any strings it wants to that spending? What if Congress uses its taxing and spending power to regulate anything it wants to control, whether authorized by the Constitution or not? What if anyone other than members of Congress offered state legislatures cash in return for favorable legislation? What if Congress wrote laws that let it break laws that ordinary people would be prosecuted for breaking?

What if the Declaration of Independence says that the government derives its powers from the consent of the governed? What if the government claims to derive powers from some other source that it will not -- because it cannot -- name? What if we never gave the government the power to spy on us, to print worthless cash, to kill in our names, to force us to buy health insurance or to waste our money by telling us that exercise is good and sugar is bad?

What if we never gave the government the power to bribe the poor with welfare or the middle class with tax breaks or the rich with bailouts or the states with cash? What if we don't consent to what has become of the government? What if the Constitution has been tacitly amended by the consent of both political parties, whereby instead of ratifying amendments, all three branches of government merely look the other way when the government violates the Constitution? What if the president cannot constitutionally bomb whatever country he wants? What if the Congress cannot constitutionally exempt its members from the laws that govern the rest of us? What if the courts cannot constitutionally invent a right to kill babies in the womb?

What if the federal government is out of control, no matter which party controls it? What if there is only harmony on Capitol Hill when government is growing and personal liberty is shrinking? What if the presidential race this fall will not be between good and evil, between right and left, between free markets and central planning or even between constitutional government and Big Government; but only about how much bigger Big Government should get?

What if enough is enough? What do we do about it? What if it's too late?


Andrew P. Napolitano, a former judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, is the senior judicial analyst at Fox News Channel. Judge Napolitano has written six books on the U.S. Constitution. The most recent is "It Is Dangerous To Be Right When the Government Is Wrong: The Case for Personal Freedom."


Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/04/12/what-if-government-rejects-constitution/#ixzz1s3IotaKG

Friday, April 13, 2012

Commerce Clause

What can't Obama do with it? Let's not find out next term.

Obama's Manufactured Racism Travesty

Choose Life

Dirty Little Secret


President Obama paid taxes at a lower rate then his secretary. Doh!!!

Bikini Skydiving

I wonder why there were over 2 million hits on this video?


Airborne School


Fun Jumps


I remember these the most because you sat there watching everything before the jump. You could actually get a couple in that day sometimes and we did them just to keep our jump status active in case the unit wasn't doing any jumps that month. They were called 'fun jumps' because we didn't have to take all of our gear and equipment on those.

Barry Cunnane Slaying (September 5, 2009 Post)


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2009

Barry Cunnane Slaying


Detective pursues 'random' '03 murder 5-
RAVENSWOOD Detective pursues seemingly random '03 murder of aspiring actor
September 5, 2009
BY Maureen O'Donnell Staff Reporter

All murders are brutal.
But even by Chicago standards, the slaying of Barry Cunnane seemed particularly senseless and vicious.
Cunnane, 27, was murdered six years ago in his Ravenswood neighborhood. An apparent stranger walked past him on the street, uttered a "flippant" phrase --and opened fire.
It was "a random act of obscene violence," said Belmont Area police Detective Robert Clemens.
Despite the years gone by, Clemens hasn't given up on the case.
"It's here someplace," he said, as he recently walked the 1900 block of West Leland, where the shooting took place. "Someone has the answer."
Cunnane was killed May 24, 2003. He and some friends had been at a party to celebrate the marriage of two other friends. When the party broke up, Cunnane and others stopped at Konak, a restaurant in the 5100 block of North Clark.
Then Cunnane and a friend walked through Andersonville toward a neighborhood bar in the 4700 block of North Damen. They headed west on Winnemac, south on Wolcott, and west in the 1900 block of Leland.
There, they saw two men, Cunnane's friend told police, walking eastbound on Leland. The friend described the men as African-American and between the ages of 18 and 25. One was about 6 feet tall; the other was about 5 feet 8 inches tall.
At the time of the slaying, Cunnane's friend reported one of the men said something "flippant" -- in a tone like "What's up?" -- and opened fire.
There was no attempt at robbery, Clemens said. There's no indication Cunnane or his companion exchanged words with anyone.
Cunnane, a native of Sandyford, County Dublin, Ireland, had high hopes for his life in Chicago. By day, he worked as a data specialist at an arm of the American Medical Association.
By night, he followed his dream of becoming a character actor in Chicago's theater scene. Friends say he was on his way with gigs at the St. Sebastian Players Theatre Company. He was also a gifted singer.
"His range was pretty excellent," said former co-worker David Olsen.
Jim Masini directed Cunnane and was impressed by his flair for accents and his generosity with other actors.
"He was an extremely intelligent and thoughtful actor," he said.
The slaying shattered Cunnane's family in Ireland and a close-knit group of friends in Chicago.
"It's bad luck to lose somebody to death," Olsen said. "But to lose somebody in a ... senseless way -- it affected a lot of people."
His friends initially raised $25,000 for reward money but have since disbursed it to local charities with the approval of Cunnane's family, said a former co-worker, Michael O'Malley. Cunnane's mother made sure some of the funds went to a mission for at-risk youth, O'Malley said: "She was adamant that [if] she could spare a mother in the future" from similar heartbreak, she would.
Clemens is asking anyone who remembers anything about that night -- ''no matter how inconsequential" -- to call Belmont Area detectives at (312) 744-8261.

2 COMMENTS:

  1. Barry was as liberal as they come. It's hilarious that you're using my dead friend as some sort of fodder on your site. Fucking jagoff.

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  2. I have to say that it was a surprise to see a comment on this post from so many years ago. It wasn't put on this forum as a political post, my forum is much more then that. I still hold out hope that they find the killer(s) of Barry Cunnane, bring them to justice and that some closure is brought to his family and friends. If anyone has any knowledge of this matter please contact Detective Robert Clemens at Area North Detectives (312)744-8261.

    BTW, I have been called worse.

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Sorry, but this was too funny. What a dumb-ass...LOL

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Why isn't the MSM blasting this all over the airwaves? Oh yeah, these are democrats who are sexually harassing women. So why is this important to the democrats war on women strategy? The Democrat National Convention is going to be held in North Carolina. Ooops...this won't look good will it?

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The Third Eagle of the Apocalypse



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This statute of a demonic blue steed rears outside Denver's Airport.

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Oh, numbnuts, this is the flag that you should be flying.

Lackluster Leadership in Chicagostan


So what happens when you have an incompetent Progdolyte for a mayor and his worthless minions closing police and detective stations down? They said that there would be more cops on the streets, but how can that be if there are over 600 retiring every year? A sixty percent rise in HOMICIDES!!!

It seems that a tiny dancer had visions of grandeur. Chicagostan deserves what they voted for.

Chicagostan continues to bleed.

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