Gun Stuff…Home Alone..War..Bump..Ban..

Home alone, with child, 3 intruders…She had a gun…What would the anti freedom/anti life crowd have had her do? Think of England??

Mother Home Alone with 6-Year Old Child Stops Three Burglars with Pistol

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This would be a really stupid proposition for the Government. Go they realize how big and diverse America is? How many in rural America can be fairly self sufficient? Know how to use guns and know how to shoot them? How many grew up ‘using’ guns? How many know the lay of their land, their countryside? If it came to push, the shove back would be significant?

What the hell is this all about?

Government prepares for war with the people, and mass media approves

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Ban Chicago style working. As well as Buck Ofama’s recovery ext Bullcrap..

Chicago reaches 40 homicides in January

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Poll: Two-thirds of American voters with household guns would ‘defy’ gun laws

DAILY CALLER — As anti-gun lawmakers push for a government ban of more than 150 types of firearms, a new Fox News poll shows that two-thirds of American voters who have guns in their household would “defy” any law requiring them to give up the guns… (more)

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Like the author states.full retard..Feinstein probably pissed herself also…Damn it would be a shame if politicians took the time to actually research stuff and read. Oh wait…we know how well that works!!

Feinstein saw a Slidefire stock ZOMG

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He jokes about Benghazi!! What the heck kind of person is he??

Obama Cracks Joke When Asked About Four Dead Americans In Benghazi

Laughs

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Suppressor? Expensive! ATF Tax!! Cannot afford such things…Oh wait…

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Clips or magazine…Learn the difference…Here..

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Killer Fawn…

Michael Barone – Obama hits opponents with Chicago brass knuckles

Washington Examiner Political Digest

Michael Barone – Obama hits opponents with Chicago brass knuckles

Maybe Obama thought everyone in Washington would be his great friend. Having encountered un-Chicago-like dissent and disagreement, he has responded with classic Chicago brass knuckles. We’ll see how far this kind of thuggery gets him.

Susan Ferrechio – Post poll does little to lift public option

“We’re leaning toward talking about a public option,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid joked.

Timothy P. Carney – The Chamber fights Obama’s regulatory robbery

Chamber lobbyist Bruce Josten told me that White House is picking a high-profile fight with his group because, given Democratic supermajorities, Obama “needs an enemy” to blame for the difficulty he’s having in getting his policies approved.

But there’s another reason Obama is running low on enemies: He’s already bought off many of the most powerful industries and businesses.

Mark Tapscott – Jake Tapper challenges Obama White House to justify Fox News gambit

“Tapper: I’m not talking about their opinion programming or issues you have with certain reports. I’m talking about saying thousands of individuals who work for a media organization, do not work for a “news organization” — why is that appropriate for the White House to say?

Julie Mason – Ouch: Majority in poll say Nobel undeserved

A new poll by USA Today and Gallup finds 61 percent of Americans believe President Obama did not deserve the Nobel Peace Prize. Thirty-five percent said he did.

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Morning Must Reads — When will the Post get a real pollster?

New York Times — Afghan Leader Said to Accept Runoff After Election Audit

The Obama administration is waiting to see how things shake out in the Afghan elections before announcing what to do with U.S. troop levels. That gives the U.S. leverage over President Hamid Karzai, as does news that at least a quarter of his votes were fraudulent.

Today, Karzai will accept a runoff election with rival Abdullah Abdullah, the first step in the Obama team’s effort to develop a coalition government between the two men.

Writers Sabrina Taverise and Helene Cooper explain how the U.S. team, including Sen. John Kerry, is working hard to keep the veneer of autonomy for the Afghan government. We’re not telling them what they can do, just what they can’t.

“‘If you jam it, it has no legitimacy and you’re further behind,’ the official said. So instead, the administration is ‘creating conditions’ so that the Afghans come to see a negotiated deal as in their own interests. ‘If they want an election, an election it will be,’ the official said.

A panel of experts appointed by the United Nations issued findings for the first time on Monday that showed that fraud was so pervasive that nearly a quarter of all votes were thrown out, and that Mr. Karzai had not won the Aug. 20 election outright, according to an analysis of the findings by The New York Times.

The findings are a defining moment for Mr. Karzai, who initially received 54 percent of the vote and who says he believes that he is the rightful winner. Mr. Karzai initially indicated that he might reject the findings, a Western official said.”

Washington Post — Public option gains support

It’s true that more Americans support the public option than support the Democratic health care proposal overall, but don’t try to figure out what that means for the future of the legislation from the new Post poll.

The Post/ABC poll is the weak sister of major news polls (ranking behind WSJ/NBC, CNN, NYT/CBS, and Fox News) – no information on sample composition and muddled questions written Posties instead of pollsters.

This explains why the survey has consistently shown stronger support for President Obama and his initiatives than its competitors (5 points heavy on Obama job approval over the WSJ/NBC poll over the span of his presidency).

On health care, the poll has also been a consistent outlier (7 points ahead of the average of the other major news outlets).

Rather than trying to extrapolate the significance of the numbers drawn from what must be a Democrat-rich sample myself, I will let writers Dan Balz and Jon Cohen do it for themselves.

“Among Democrats, strong approval of his handling of the [Health] issue has dropped 15 percentage points since mid-September.
These numbers underscore the challenges ahead for the president and Democratic leaders in Congress as they attempt to maintain support among liberals and moderates in their own party while continuing to win over at least a few Republican lawmakers.”

New York Times — Basic Medicare Premium to Rise 15% Next Year

Writer Robert Pear thinks that the sharp increase in Medicare premiums next year (crossing the $100 per month threshold for the first time) brings to light the need to control costs overall, as the president has suggested in his health-care proposal.

Perhaps, but the fact that the administration is scrambling to prevent the increase from going into effect suggests President Obama is insincere about cutting Medicare by a half-a-billion dollars. It also reveals how absurd it is to suggest that a future Congress will have more courage on the point.

That aside, the administration knows that a big rate hike for seniors combined with the president’s proposed cuts would be a political nightmare.

“Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, urged the Senate to approve a bill, already passed by the House, to block the scheduled increase in Medicare premiums.

‘We are in tremendously difficult economic times, and seniors are being hit particularly hard,’ Ms. Sebelius said. ‘The last thing seniors need right now is a substantial increase in their Medicare premiums, and many seniors will see such an increase if no action is taken.’

Among those who face higher premiums next year are new Medicare beneficiaries, high-income people and those whose Medicare premiums are paid by Medicaid. Premiums can be as high as $353.60 a month, or more than $4,200 a year, for Medicare beneficiaries who file tax returns with adjusted gross income greater than $214,000 for an individual or $428,000 for a couple.”

New York Times — Financial Giants Donating Little to Obama Party

The president is on a big campaign and fundraising swing this week, but writer David Kirkpatrick points out that even as Obama courts them, Wall Streeters are not coming across with the kid of campaign cash the president and his party need.

In part, it’s because the investment crowd is leery of getting caught by the Journal or, humbly, The Examiner for kicking back bailout bonus dough in the form of campaign contributions.

It may also be that the administration is still looking for scapegoats for the lousy job market and weak recovery.

“And as in recent years, Democrats are raising far more from Wall Street executives than Republicans, according to campaign finance data sorted by the Center for Responsive Politics.

The Democrats, including House and Senate party committees and the party itself, raised about $5.4 million in the first eight months of the year, while the Republicans took in just $2.7 million.

So far in the current election cycle, though, Wall Street accounts for less than half as much of the Democratic Party’s fund-raising as it did in 2008: 3 percent, or about $1.5 million out of a total $53.6 million in the eight-month period, compared with about 6 percent, or $15.3 million out of $260.1 million during the last election. (Republicans relied more heavily on their party to support their presidential candidate in 2008, and the party’s Wall Street fund-raising has fallen even further.) “

Ruth Marcus — Obama’s dumb war with Fox News

A tip to politicians – if you are going to pick an attack dog for the media, do better than Anita Dunn. Aside from her weird lines about Chairman Mao (when you claim plagiarism of Lee Atwater as your defense, you’ve got problems), she manages to seem very small and very partisan as she attacks the largest cable news channel. It’s bad to be in a fight with a media outlet you deem unworthy. It’s worse to be losing it.

Liberal Marcus explains the basics to the administration’s ham-fisted press shop:

“The Obama administration’s war on Fox News is dumb on multiple levels. It makes the White House look weak, unable to take Harry Truman’s advice and just deal with the heat. It makes the White House look small, dragged down to the level of Glenn Beck. It makes the White House look childish and petty at best, and it has a distinct Nixonian — Agnewesque? — aroma at worst.

It is a self-defeating trifecta: it distracts attention from the Obama administration’s substantive message; it serves to help Fox, not punish it, by driving up ratings; and it deprives the White House, to the extent it refuses to provide administration officials to appear on the cable network, of access to an audience that is, in fact, broader than hard-core Obama haters.”

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President Obama to Address Nation’s Schoolchildren on Tuesday, September 8

Action Alert!
President ObamaOn Tuesday, September 8th, most of America’s children begin another school year. President Obama has prepared a special lesson for them on the first day of school. Broadcasting live from the White House via the internet, the president will speak directly to classrooms across the nation. The federal Department of Education has prepared a special lesson plan to accompany the speech.The lesson plans are available for viewing at the Department of Education’s website. Some of the contents have education professionals and parents concerned (see Fox News story). One exercise in the lesson plan for elementary students asks students to write letters to themselves about what they can do to help the president. The letters would be returned to students at a later date “to make students accountable to their goals.” What goals? The president’s goals? Since content of the president’s speech has not yet been made public, it’s hard to say what the Education Department has in mind.

Before the live broadcast, the lesson plan for Jr. High and High School students calls for students to hear excerpts from Obama’s past speeches on education (political speeches) and then asked how they think Obama will inspire or challenge them.

A letter to school principals says the President will challenge students to work hard, set educational goals, and take responsibility for their learning. A laudable message and no apparent cause for concern, but the lesson plans prepared by the Department of Education suggest there may be more to the message.

The fight against political indoctrination in schools is nothing new. For example, just last year, some public schools played students a video called “,” wherein a number of celebrities pledge to take certain actions and to assist and support Barack Obama. It’s no wonder some parents and educators are concerned about how the president will use this unprecedented platform of a live broadcast to every classroom. To date, the contents of his presentation have not been made public.

TAKE ACTION

1. As the new school year begins, this is an excellent opportunity for parents to talk to their kids about what to be on-guard for in school and how to tell when teachers may be pushing a political ideology. Arm your children with questions they can ask after the president’s speech. If topics other than education come-up, tell your kids to ask what that has to do with education achievement.

2. Send a message to President Obama and the Department of Education requesting that the publish the text of the president’s speech in advance of Tuesday’s address:
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