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Friday, November 7, 2014

Air Force Fires 2 Nuclear Commanders, Disciplines Another

That's around 300 senior military leaders Obama has replaced since he's been in office. What is going on with senior leadership in the military? Are they worse now than they've ever been? Do you suppose the nations snooping network has anything to do with this? No one is squeaky clean and that's a well known fact but most people are able to keep their skeletons in their closets. That was before the government began listening to our phone calls, reading our emails, looking into our bank accounts, seeing what purchases we make on our credit cards, etc., etc., etc.. Turns out we no longer have closets!

If someone in the government has an enemies list all they have to do is check out what the spy net has on them, then use that information against them. I believe that's what's been going on here. Obama is getting rid of leaders that don't conform to his world view. Leaders that he's not sure he can control. This is a very troubling development. We've had left wing presidents in the past but nothing close to what Obama is. He has very often made his disdain for this nation crystal clear. What is he up to? What have his czar's been up to? Nobody's heard hardy a peep out of them since they were appointed. I don't believe it's because they haven't been busy. But, what have they been busy at, why don't we know? They are effectively invisible, the secret czars!

This is also in the news today: Fort Bliss Garrison Commander Relieved of Duty


Air Force Fires 2 Nuclear Commanders, Disciplines Another

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This June 24, 2014 file photo, shows an ICBM launch site located among fields and farms in the countryside outside Minot, N.D. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
WASHINGTON — Adding to signs of distress in the nuclear force, the Air Force fired two commanders and disciplined a third in response to internal investigations of leadership lapses and misbehavior at two of its three intercontinental ballistic missile bases.
The most senior officer to be relieved was Col. Carl Jones, the No. 2 commander of the 90th Missile Wing at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, in charge of 150 of the Air Force's 450 Minuteman 3 nuclear ICBMs. He was dismissed "for a loss of trust and confidence in his leadership abilities," and has been reassigned as a special assistant to the wing commander.
The actions Monday were confirmed to The Associated Press in response to an AP inquiry about an internal Air Force investigation of two commanders at the 91st Missile Wing at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, which also is responsible for 150 Minuteman 3 missiles. A separate investigation was conducted at F.E. Warren.
The Air Force nuclear missile corps has suffered a rash of recent setbacks, including the firing last year of its top commander.

Former Marine Banned from Daughter’s School

“We cannot discuss our Ten Commandments in school, but they can discuss Islam’s Five Pillars?”

This kind of thing has got to change if we are to restore American ideals and values, and remain a free nation!

Former Marine Banned from Daughter’s School

On October 28th, Kevin Wood received an unexpected no-trespass order from La Plata High School where his daughter is currently in the 11th grade. A former Marine Corporal with eight years of service, Wood felt wronged and claims the order is unjust. Before receiving the order, Wood had appeared at La Plata High school to contest his daughter’s latest assignment: writing a three-page paper about the five pillars of Islam.
According to the Daily Caller, the school felt that Wood had made threatening remarks and the order is warranted. School district spokeswoman Katie O’Malley-Simpson claimed that Wood openly promised to cause problems for the school if they did not allow his daughter to complete an alternate assignment. However, O’Malley-Simpson did not specify what the threats entailed. “Safety comes first,” she said. “We don’t allow disruptions at the schools, especially if we’re forewarned of them.”
Wood has since contested the order and claims that he never used threatening language.  According to Fox News, Wood said: “I have witnesses that have said I did not threaten anybody in any way shape or form.” However, he has openly admitted that his original conversation included some harsh language. “I told her straight up ‘you could take that Muslim-loving piece of paper and shove it up your white ass,’” Wood said. According to Gazette​.net, he also told the school that he would “bring a [expletive]storm down on them like they’ve never seen.”
His original issue stemmed from his daughter’s assignment, which he felt unfairly overemphasized Islam. The assignment was administered in a world history class where multiple cultures and their impact on shaping world events are studied. According to O’Malley-Simpson, religion is only a part of a multi-cultural focus, and that the curriculum includes lessons on Hinduism and Buddhism while South and East Asia are studied. “We’re not teaching religion, we’re teaching world history,” she said.
The school’s administration refused to cut or tweak the curriculum in relation to content relating to Islam. Rather than capitulate, Wood’s daughter has refused to participate in any assignments related to Islam, and may receive no alternative work. Despite the family’s objections, the administration stands by the idea that a well-rounded education about world events includes studying multiple cultures and their religions, Islam included.
Jennifer Abell, a board of education member, posted on Facebook a short statement regarding the situation. She claims that misinformation has spread, and “students should be able to analyze the customs and beliefs of world religions and their expansion, as well as how their establishment has impacted other areas of culture, and in certain times and regions, even caused conflict.”
Both the family and the school are discussing ways to resolve the dispute, but neither side seems to be open to relenting. “I don’t force my religious views on them, so don’t force your religious views on me,” Wood said.
His wife, Melissa Wood, has taken the news fairly hard. “We cannot discuss our Ten Commandments in school, but they can discuss Islam’s Five Pillars?” she said. “They’re making him sound like he’s some bad person. He’s not a bad person. He fought for your country.” 

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Billionaire Gun Grabbers Get Their Way

Taking our guns away one step at a time!

Bllionaire Gun Grabbers Get Their Way 

Gates, Bloomberg help pass nation’s toughest background-check law

( – The Washington measure requiring background checks on all purchases or transfers of guns passed by almost 60 percent during the state’s general elections Tuesday evening. Though proponents of Initiative 594 called the race early, the last precinct, Whitman County, didn’t report its results until about 9:14 p.m. The New York Times called a victory for 594 at about 9:05 p.m.
The competing initiative, 591, was rejected by about 55 percent of voters.

Washington Initiative 591
In a state of almost 7 million people, Washington has about 3.9 million active voters. Some 2.4 million voted on Tuesday.
Every town for Gun Safety in America backed the initiative, spending more than $4 million there. The group said it will set its sights on Nevada next.
“When it comes to guns, the only Washington that mattered this election was Washington State and the victory for I-594, the background check ballot initiative there, proved the polls right – when Americans vote on public safety measures to prevent gun violence, gun safety wins,” said John Feinblatt, president of Everytown for Gun Safety. “The NRA might be able to intimidate Washington DC and state legislators, but they don’t intimidate American voters – and we expect to prove this again in Nevada where signatures are currently being gathered to put background checks on the ballot there too.”
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WATCH: Prince Charles Calls on Muslim Leaders to End Persecution of Christians

What took you so long? It probably won't result in any change in the muslim barbarians but it brings into focus what has been going on for years. Where is the leader of the free world? Why is he not speaking out? He only acts when called out, when his hand is forced! Could it be because he is a muslim?


The Prince of Wales has condemned the persecution of Christians in the Middle East and called on Muslim leaders to help end the "indescribable tragedy" in Syria and Iraq. He called on leaders of all faiths to ensure their followers respect people of other religions rather than "remaining silent".

Speaking in a video played at the House of Lords ahead of the publication of a new report that claims that Christians are the "most persecuted religious minority" in the world and that freedom of religion is most under threat in Muslim nations.
The Prince added that religion is essential to "our future as a free society", adding that "horrendous and heart-breaking" events in Syria and Iraq had brought persecution "to the forefront of the world's news".
He said: "We have learnt with mounting despair of the expulsion of Christians, Muslims and Yazidis from towns and cities that their ancestors have occupied for centuries.
"Sadly, incidents of violence in Iraq and Syria are not isolated. They are found throughout some, though not all, of the Middle East; in some African nations; and in many countries across Asia."
He also said that it was an "indescribable tragedy" that Christianity is now threatened in an area where Christians have lived for 2,000 years, especially as they had previously live in peace alongside Muslims.
The Prince added that people of faith play a "crucial role" in ensuring a free society in Britain and around the world.
Quoting Pope Francis, the future king said that dialogue with other faiths was not only crucial to peace in the world, but was also a "duty" for Christians. "My own Christian faith has enabled me to speak to, and to listen to, people from other traditions, including Islam," he added.
"It is essential that governments honour their duty to uphold the right of people to practise their faith. Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is clear in stating that this right includes the freedom to change one’s religion or belief. Yet even in the West this right is often challenged.
"Sadly, in many other countries, an absence of freedom to determine one’s own faith is woven into the laws and customs of the nation."
Holocaust survivor Dr Martin Stern told the Telegraph: "After World War Two, after the Nazis' failed attempt to murder my one-year-old sister and myself and I was trying to come to terms with the murder of my father in Buchenwald and his brother in Auschwitz, the thought that Christians might one day be a major persecuted group in the world never entered my head.
"And so it has turned out."