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  • Obama Surgeon General Nominee Wants Doctors to Ask Patients About Guns in Home

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    Another radical activist is rewarded for his organizing skills.

     

    Barack Obama picked far left 36 year-old organizer Vivek Murthy as the next Surgeon General. Not for his medical expertise but for his activism.

    Vivek was the co-founder and president of “Doctors for America,” which began as “Doctors for Obama in 2008.”

    Vivek also wants doctors to ask patients, including children, if there are any firearms in their home. This would be included on their file that would be shared with several government agencies under Obamacare.

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  • Brooklyn Assemblyman William Boyland Jr. tossed in jail after conviction on bribe charges

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    Assemblyman William Boyland Jr. was convicted of extortion and soliciting bribes by a federal jury Thursday and immediately tossed in jail.

    The corrupt Brooklyn Democrat closed his eyes and held his head with both hands as the jury foreman pronounced him guilty of all 21 counts in the indictment.

    Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Capers then told the judge that Boyland, 43, broke the law even while on trial. FBI agents surveilled him driving in Brooklyn and Manhattan recently despite the suspensions of his license, registration and auto insurance.

    “I have a concern about Mr. Boyland claiming to be one place when he is actually in another,” U.S. District Judge Sandra Townes said before revoking his $100,000 bail.

    There’s no doubt where federal inmate No. 18913-076 is now. He faces up to 30 years in prison.


  • Video: CT Cop to Gun Owning Patriot John Cinque: “I Cannot Wait to Get the Order to Kick Your Door In”

    Then he delivered the bombshell. “I can speak from my own experience, that the video that was posted….in which I said ‘I’m not going to comply’… and I stand by my words… I’ve had contact with a police officer in my home town…I live in Branford, and his words straight out were ‘I Cannot Wait to Get the Order to Kick Your Door In.'”

    A call to the Branford, Connecticut Police Department simply led to me calling on Monday, which I will do, to speak to the Police Chief. Also, an email to John Cinque has not been returned at the time of publishing. The article will be updated with any new information.

    John is among hundreds of thousands of Connecticut citizens who are exercising mass civil disobedience against not only a violation of their rights expressed in the Second Amendment, but also in the Connecticut State Constitution. They are not registering their weapons and they aren’t surrendering them as instructed. As has been pointed out by a Cuban immigrant to America, gun registration is the step immediately before gun confiscation. In fact, the man I’m referencing, Manuel Martinez‘s son, contacted Freedom Outpost to reiterate that we should refer to all “gun control” legislation as a form of “gun confiscation,” which Cinque indicates that is exactly what is on the progressives mind, both Democrat and Republican.

    This is what that people of Connecticut are up against. They are up against tyrants; tyrants that believe they are the master of the citizens, not the other way around.

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  • Obama to Dems: It’s time to worry

    The election is coming, the election is coming!

    That’s the message coming from President Obama as he tries desperately to rouse Democrats out of a midterm election stupor that could cost his party control of the Senate — and bury his agenda once and for all.

    Obama has increasingly sounded like the nerdy kid in a bad horror movie constantly warning his friends to stay out of danger as he’s called on the Democratic base to not be complacent in 2014.

    “You’ve got to pay attention to the states,” he begged at a recent fundraiser for the Democratic Governors Association. Obama lamented that Democrats don’t think state-level races in the 2014 midterms are “sexy enough.”

    Raising cash for Senate Democrats in Virginia, Obama said Democrats tend to get “a little sleepy” and “distracted.”

    “We’re good at Senate and House elections during presidential years — it’s something about midterms,” Obama said. “I don’t know what it is about us.”

    And at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Boston, Obama said poor turnout could lead the party’s candidates to get “walloped.”


  • War on Boys Attempt to ‘Create Society of Frightened People’ (Pussification of the USA)

    On March 8th, Breitbart News was able to sit down with author and radio host Tammy Bruce to discuss the ongoing war against boys–especially as seen via zero tolerance school policies that result in suspensions for young students who pretend to point their finger like a gun.

    We asked her, “So many times we hear about ‘the war on boys’–of a boy fashioning his hand or breakfast pastry into the shape of gun, then being suspended. What are we to think of this?”

    Bruce responded:

    Look, there is a culture through the left that wants to emasculate the nation as a whole. It’s through the military, of course, you see Obama trying to do that, as well. We see it through what’s happening in education. Political correctness itself was meant to end the notion that we could have direct conversations, that we could be ambitious, that we could be our own people.Men are seen, of course, by the feminist movement and by the left who are led by the same individuals as those with the feminist-movement mentality. And they see the best way to emasculate the nation–certainly to cut it off at its knees–is to start with the children. And the biggest threat there are little boys.

    If you can change the mentality of little boys, train them from an early age to not be who they are–and that’s, of course, what the left’s general attitude is for everyone in this country… Ironically, I think the most difficult people to train in that way are little boys.

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  • How to Disappear from the Internet in 9 Steps!

     

    The infographic, pictured, from London-based WhoIsHostingThis, details the nine steps needed to remove yourself from the web. It includes deactivating accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+

    THE NINE-STEP VANISHING ACT

    1. Close your Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn accounts.

    2. Search for yourself online and close any accounts you’d forgotten about.

    3. Falsify information on accounts that can’t be closed or deleted.

    4. Unsubscribe from mailing lists.

    5. Delete search engine results.

    6. Contact websites directly and ask them to remove details about yourself.

    7. Ask data clearing houses – companies that collect and sell data to other firms – to remove your records.

    8. Ask to be unlisted in phone books and online directories.

    9. Delete your email accounts.


  • Obama Surgeon General Pick Anti-2nd Amendment Radical

    Debo Adegbile testifies at his confirmation hearing on Jan. 8, 2014. -- Getty Images

    The administration’s choice to be the nation’s doctor in chief views gun ownership as a public health issue and not a constitutional right, and wants doctors to query patients about guns in their homes.

    Cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal’s champion, Debo Adegbile, President Obama’s defeated pick to be assistant attorney general for the civil rights division at the Department of Justice, is not the only radical on President Obama’s wish list.

    That list includes gun-grabbing advocate Dr. Vivek Hallegere Murthy, Obama’s nominee to be U.S. Surgeon General.

    Murthy is the 36-year-old president and co-founder of the anti-gun group Doctors for America, which advocates ObamaCare and gun control laws.

    His group, which has been dubbed “Docs vs. Glocks,” has pushed Congress to ban “assault” weapons and “high-capacity” magazines.

    He also wants to spend more tax dollars on more research to prove that fewer guns mean a lower crime rate, despite the fact that a number of reputable studies prove the opposite.


  • Idaho House Passes Campus Carry 50-19

    On March 6th, the Idaho Legislature passed legislation allowing campus carry by a 50-19 vote. In February the state Senate “overwhelmingly” passed the measure, which “now heads to Governor C.L. ‘Butch’ Otter (R) for his signature.”

    According to Reuters, Otter is expected to sign the bill which will make Idaho “the seventh U.S. state that allows guns on campus.”

    Once signed, Idaho citizens with an “enhanced concealed-carry permit” will be able to “carry firearms on campus except in such places as residence halls and public entertainment facilities like football stadiums.”

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  • Libs Shut Down Gun Show Because George Zimmerman Wanted to Attend (Florida LibScums)

    A local gun show with about 100 vendors may be canceled after the event space learned the organizers had invited George Zimmerman to be a featured guest.

    The sign outside The Majestic at 801 North John Young Parkway implies this weekend’s gun show is still on. Organizers for “The New Orlando Gun Show” told Local 6 The Majestic canceled their event late Thursday.

    “We’ve had discussions with The Majestic and they decided to cancel the event because George Zimmerman was making an appearance,” said Mike Piwowarski, who organized the gun show.

    The gun show organizers recently posted on their Facebook page a picture posing with Zimmerman, but the online comments that followed the picture sparked a controversial debate. It’s exactly that kind of polarizing debate that caused The Majestic to shy away from allowing Zimmerman at the event.

    A Twitter account that Zimmerman has used before tweeted, “another company bowing to threats of being labeled racist. Americans, give them your opinion.”

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    New Orlando Gun Show

    Saturday March 8, 2014 and Sunday March 9, 2014

    CANCELED – CANCELED – CANCELED

    Currently, the Majestic Event Center has canceled the show for this weekend. They requested our special guest, Mr. George Zimmerman, not be allowed entry and we complied for the sake of our vendors. Later, the Majestic “caved” over threats from anti-Zimmerman individuals and completely shut down the event. We recommend you contact the Majestic directly at 407-300-9124, Vikash.MajesticOrlando@gmail.com and Neil.MajesticOrlando@gmail.com to voice your opinion. Vendors, we will be contacting you immediately. Please contact us if you have not heard from us by the time you read this.


  • New NYC Assault Victim: “I’m A Victim Of Knockout Game”

    Kyle Rogers woke up in an ambulance Sunday morning, completely unaware of the random attack that put him there.

    The 23-year-old man and his parents then investigated, eventually tracking down surveillance video showing a man running up to Rogers and sucker-punching him before walking off.

    Rogers, who broke his jaw and suffered facial lacerations, told CBS 2′s Jessica Schneider he’s positive he was a victim of a “knockout game” attack.

    “I’m defenseless,” said Rogers, whose mouth is wired shut. “It’s one thing if he was looking me in the face, like squaring up, but, come on, from behind? It’s like a coward move.”

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  • Seattle teen kills man for cellphone — then complains the device is too cheap!

    Byron White, 17, apparently enjoyed taking photos of himself with cellphones. He even shot and killed a man for a  cellphone, police say. White was arrested March 1 as he tried to fly to Atlanta from Seattle.

    A Seattle teen shot and killed a man for his cellphone — then went to a friend’s house and complained the stolen gizmo wasn’t nice enough, police say.

    Byron White, 17, now faces charges as an adult for killing David Peterson last month in the Washington city’s Greenwood neighborhood.

    White was on the lam for a week after the shooting until cops caught up to him at the airport last weekend as the boy tried to board a flight to Atlanta, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported.

    “David Peterson went out for a walk around the neighborhood after dinner and never returned, ” King County prosecuting attorney Dan Satterberg said in a statement. “He was a random victim from a chance encounter with a dangerous young man. That the evidence shows he was murdered for his cellphone by a teenager with a gun makes this all the more tragic and senseless.”


  • Democrat NYC Mayor De Blasio Tumbles in Polls to 39% Approval (From High of 73% a Month Ago!)

    Only 39 percent of registered New York City voters believe Mayor Bill de Blasio’s has done a “good” or “excellent” job during his first two months in City Hall, according to a poll released Thursday.

    More than half of the voters polled rated his performance “fair” or “poor,” according to the Marist College/The Wall Street Journal/WNBC poll. Just ten percent of voters gave de Blasio the highest “excellent” mark while 29 percent categorized his performance as good.

    De Blasio, the city’s first Democratic mayor in 20 years, took office January 1 after capturing 73 percent of the vote in a landslide victory in November.

    The poll, which is the first of de Blasio’s mayoralty, comes in the wake of a series of missteps.

    He drew criticism for calling the NYPD after the arrest of political ally; a video showed his SUV caravan breaking several traffic laws just two days after he unveiled his traffic safety plan; and his signature proposal, a tax hike on the wealthy to fund universal pre-kindergarten, appears stalled in Albany.

    Voters also gave him a middling grade on his handling of the harsh winter weather: 56 percent believe he has successfully handled the series of snowstorms that have blanketed the region.


  • Senator Mitch McConnell Brings a Gun to CPAC!

    Mitch McConnell strode out onto the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday morning, packing heat.

    The Senate Minority Leader finds himself in an odd position at CPAC. For one, he’s the Republican leader in the Senate and stands to take over as the majority leader next year if some of the audience’s favored candidates win control of blue seats in November.

    But McConnell is also a five-term senator whose career has largely been characterized by the kind of earmarking that conservatives did away with following the tea-party wave of 2010. And he’s facing a challenge from a tea party acolyte, albeit an underfunded one, in his home state of Kentucky this year.

    It’s almost no wonder that McConnell walked onto the stage this morning with a rifle in hand, which he quickly passed to Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, a hero among fiscal hawks. That moment marked the only time that the audience cheered loudly during McConnell’s five minutes on stage.

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  • NY Pastor’s AR-15 assault rifle giveaway creates “controversy” For Libs (Protest of the NY Safe Act)

    The pastor of a Lansingburgh Baptist church plans to give away an AR-15 assault rifle to the winner of a free raffle at an upcoming Sunday service.

    A provocative flier he distributed rallied supporters of gun rights and stirred controversy among anti-gun advocates and some who considered it un-Christian.

    The Rev. John Koletas, pastor of Grace Baptist Church, said the service and gun raffle are aimed at “honoring hunters and gun owners who have been so viciously attacked by the antichristian socialist media and antichristian socialist politicians the last few years,” according to a letter he posted on the church website.

    Koletas, who works as a Rensselaer County court reporter, said he wanted to show support for Second Amendment rights.

    “I’m just trying to be a blessing and a help to the gun owners and the hunters and give away a free AR-15,” he said. “It’s the right thing to do.”

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  • IL Victim who fought concealed carry ban gets permit

    In this Feb. 19, 2013 file photo, Valinda Rowe, spokesperson for Illinois Carry, holds a photograph of Mary Shepard during a committee hearing on concealed carry at the State Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Shepard, from Union County, was beaten in 2009 by a paroled felon in an Anna church along with another woman, (AP Photo/The Pantagraph, Steve Smedley, File)

    A southern Illinois retiree whose legal fight helped bring about an end to the state’s last-in-the-nation ban on concealed carry has become among the state’s first to get her permit to have a handgun in public.

    Mary Shepard, 74, considered the mail she received Tuesday from Illinois State Police a reward – partly for slogging through ice and snow to her mailbox at the end of a long, rural driveway, and partly because of her legal push that followed a 2009 church attack that left her severely beaten while unarmed. “I flipped through the mail, and there it was,” Shepard told The Associated Press by telephone from her home near Cobden. “I was just so over-the-top thrilled and unbelievably happy. I had waited so long for this, and I felt like I accomplished something. And here it was, making everything just worthwhile. I couldn’t wait to tell everyone.”