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thumbJoan Rivers Video: Obama is Gay, Michelle is a Tranny (Funny as Hell!)

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Published on: July 3, 2014

Principal Who Banned Student for “Poptart Gun” CLEARED by School Board (Pussification)

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Published on: July 2, 2014

 

Unacceptable? This is a recreation of the so-called 'Pop Tart gun' Josh Welch created and which eventually had him suspended. A new report says the school acted properly

An investigation has found that an elementary school principal in Baltimore who suspended a seven-year-old boy for chewing a Pop Tart into the shape of a gun acted properly in her decision.

However the boy’s family has lawyered up, and are threatening to take the case further.
Josh Welch, a second-grader at Park Elementary School, said he was trying to nibble his strawberry breakfast snack into a mountain in March 2013.

But when it started to take shape he reportedly told his classmates: ‘Look, I made a gun.’

Principal Sandra Blondell then removed Josh from school for two days.

Andrew Nussbaum, a lawyer who serves as a hearing examiner for several school systems surrounding Washington, submitted a 30-page report on Monday agreeing that Blondell was within her rights.

‘As much as the parents want this case to be about a ‘gun,’ it is, rather, a case about classroom disruption from a student who has had a long history of disruptive behavior,’ Nussbaum wrote in his opinion, according to CBS News.

‘Had the student chewed his cereal bar into the shape of a cat and ran around the room, disrupting the classroom and making ‘meow’ cat sounds, the result would have been exactly the same.

Robin Ficker, an attorney for the Welch family, said that Josh may have had ‘minor’ disciplinary problems, but suspending him was taking the issue too far.
‘It seems to me that schools need, with all their expertise and experience, they need to know how to deal with seven-year-old second-graders without putting them out of the educational setting,’ Ficker told CBS.

‘They need to deal with them rather than just throwing in the towel.

‘If they can’t deal with 7-year-olds, how can they deal with 17-year-olds?’

Ficker said that he intends to file exceptions to Nussbaum’s report to the local school asking them to rescind the suspension.

If they don’t, he will file to the state school board.

If that fails, they will take the case to court.

‘I don’t see why this child should be branded in this way,’ Ficker said.

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New Jersey: Magazine Capacity Restriction Vetoed by Christie

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Published on: July 2, 2014

Today, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) vetoed A.2006/S.993, sponsored by Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald (D-6) and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37). This legislation sought to arbitrarily lower New Jersey’s magazine restriction from fifteen rounds to ten. New Jersey is one of only a handful of states that already has a restriction on the number of rounds permitted. Of course, criminals ignore the law, making such measures completely ineffective at addressing public safety and violent crime. Cities like Camden, Jersey City, Patterson, Newark and Trenton continue to experience high crime rates despite New Jersey having some of the toughest gun control laws in the nation. The state has had a fifteen-round magazine limit for about two decades and it has had zero impact on crime during that time. Yet, New Jersey’s anti-gun legislators were poised to enact more of the same failed policies and continue their attack on law-abiding gun owners in the Garden State.

The NRA actively worked against these bills during this legislative session and testified in opposition to these anti-gun bills in both Senate and Assembly committee hearings at the Statehouse. We thank the hundreds of New Jersey NRA members who also traveled to Trenton to testify against these bills. Also, thank you to those NRA members who were unable to attend committee hearings and instead made phone calls to legislators and the Governor. Our unified effort made the difference!

Using the contact information provided below, please call and e-mail Governor Chris Christie to thank him for vetoing this anti-gun legislation and defending the Second Amendment.

 

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George Zimmerman, Media Malpractice, and NBC

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Published on: July 2, 2014

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Life in modern America does not get more cruelly perverse than this: one major reason Judge Debra Nelson threw out George Zimmerman’s libel suit against NBC on Monday was because of Zimmerman’s public pursuit of racial justice. Yes, that George Zimmerman, the same “child killer” who shot black teen Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida, in February 2012.

In the way of background, Zimmerman had sued NBC for manipulating the substance of his famous call to a police dispatcher to make him sound like a racist. In firing two employees and apologizing publicly, NBC all but admitted its guilt. What saved NBC a major payout was Nelson’s ruling that Zimmerman was a “public figure.”

According to Nelson, Zimmerman made himself a public figure by “voluntarily injecting his views into the public controversy surrounding race relations and public safety in Sanford.” He did this a year before the shooting. At the time, Zimmerman worked with the NAACP to launch a public protest over the failure of the Sanford Police Department to arrest the son of a white officer who had beaten a homeless black man

Unfortunately for Zimmerman, his work on behalf of the homeless man, Sherman Ware, was not nearly “public” enough. I could find no mention of this character-defining event in any NBC report, not even in the book NBC’s legal analyst Lisa Bloom wrote about the case, Suspicion Nation.

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Joe Mantegna defends the Second Amendment, talks gun history

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Published on: July 2, 2014

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Joe Mantegna may be best-known in Hollywood for starring in everything from “Godfather Part lll” to “Criminal Minds,” but even before he was a big shot on the silver screen the 66-year-old was competing in both pistol and shotgun competitions.

The devout firearms enthusiast is now loading up for his fourth season hosting the Outdoor Channel’s “MidwayUSA’s Gun Stories,” which takes viewers through gun history – exploring classics like the Mauser bolt-action to top-notch firearms like the Adaptive Combat Rifle.

“We will be profiling what we consider fire arms that have an impact on the world – newsworthy historical significance. We do things from looking at the Walther PPK (‘James Bond’ gun) to the Teddy Roosevelt guns that he used in Africa. We cover sniper rifles and the cold pipe bomb,” Mantegna told FOX411. “It’s like wine. There is such a variance in firearms – different manufacturers, different models and different types. Even vintages if you want to call it that.”

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Target asks customers to leave firearms at home (Shop at Walmart)

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Published on: July 2, 2014

Target is “respectfully” asking its customers to not bring firearms into its stores, even where it is allowed by law.

In a statement posted Wednesday on the retailer’s corporate blog, interim CEO John Mulligan said that Target wants a “safe and inviting” atmosphere for its shoppers and employees.

“This is a complicated issue, but it boils down to a simple belief: Bringing firearms to Target creates an environment that is at odds with the family-friendly shopping and work experience we strive to create,” he said.

In many states, carrying unconcealed guns in public is legal.

Molly Snyder, a Target spokeswoman, said that Target’s move is a “request and not a prohibition.”

“We don’t have any plans for proactive communication to guests beyond what Target leadership shared today,” she added.

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Official Warns Patriot Protests Likely ‘Every Time’ Illegal Alien Buses Arrive (It Has Started!)

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Published on: July 2, 2014

A Murrieta official said standoffs similar to the one pictured above could be repeated in coming days. (credit: Tom Wait/CBS)

A dramatic scene in Murrieta that saw American flag-waving protesters prevent Homeland Security buses carrying undocumented migrant children and families from reaching a suburban processing center is likely to be repeated in the coming days, a city official said Wednesday.

Mayor Pro-Tem Harry Ramos told KNX 1070′s Dick Helton that the standoff Tuesday – which included several protesters holding U.S. flags and signs reading “stop illegal immigration,” and “illegals out!” – may occur every 72 hours as a new busload of immigrants are processed through Border Patrol.

“I believe that there will be protests every time there are buses on track,” he said.

The standoff came after Mayor Alan Long urged residents to complain to elected officials about the plan to transfer the Central American migrants to California to ease overcrowding of facilities along the Texas-Mexico border.

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Anti-Gun CO Gov Hinkenlooper TIED With Newly Named Republican Challenger (We Can Beat Him!)

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Published on: July 2, 2014

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, faces Republican Bob Beauprez this fall.

After his worst two weeks of press this year, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is polling at just 44 percent and running neck and neck with his newly-minted Republican challenger Bob Beauprez, who won last week’s four-way GOP gubernatorial primary.

The survey of 750 likely voters from Rasmussen Reports out Tuesday was conducted by phone last Wednesday and Thursday, immediately following the Tuesday night primary in which Beauprez finished ahead of Tom Tancredo and two other challengers.

Eight percent of respondents in the poll are undecided, while four percent prefer another candidate.

Rasmussen is regarded as a conservative polling firm that often favors Republicans, but consider: Rasmussen’s poll Monday of Colorado’s U.S. Senate race had Democrat Mark Udall a point ahead of Republican Cory Gardner.

Hickenlooper, widely thought to be a safe bet for reelection after recovering politically this year after a rough 2013, has already locked up more than $1.3 million in fall TV ad time and has raised close to $3 million for the campaign.

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Adios Bammy: Americans Think Reagan Best Preisident & Obama Worst President in New Poll

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Published on: July 2, 2014

A plurality of voters think Barack Obama is the worst president since World War II, a new poll says.

According to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, 33 percent of voters think the current president is the worst since 1945.

Obama’s predecessor, former President George W. Bush, came in at second-worst with 28 percent, and Richard Nixon was in third place with 13 percent of the vote. After Jimmy Carter, who 8 percent of voters said was the worst president in the time period, no other president received more than 3 percent.

Thirty-five percent of voters said Ronald Reagan was the best president since World War II, receiving nearly twice as many votes as any other former president. Bill Clinton came in second place at 18 percent, while John F. Kennedy came in third with 15 percent of the vote and Obama came in fourth with 8 percent saying he was the best.

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NYCG Radio Episode #74 – 7/1/14 “In The Kingdom of Crooks”

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Published on: July 2, 2014

New York City Guns Radio Episode
#74

IN THIS EPISODE:
Police cracking down on subway acrobats, N.Y. top court says cyberbullying law violates free speech, UN to Set Up a U.S.-based Disarmament Specialist, Assemblywoman Gabriela Rosa pleads guilty to marriage fraud charges, must resign immediately, CuHomo’s Republican Ally Charged With Lying to the FBI (Birds of a Feather), The Media Promotes Bloomturd Propaganda – Especially When It Is False, NY DA Employs 381 Secret Orders to Gather Complete Digital Dossiers from Facebook, Former NYPD: I Used To Come For Your Guns – Now I Support Your Right to Defend Yourself, NYPD Analyzing Consequences Of Decline In Stop-And-Frisk, Comrade DeBlasio Inc. Removed New York “Stop and Frisk” Policy – Last Night At Least 13 Shot In 5 Boroughs, Drink up, NYC: Ban on big sodas canned, The PA Attorney General is seeking to void reciprocity for non-resident CCWs (Please Use This Form to Overturn!), 6 Reasons Liberals are Incapable of Governing, This Family-Run Restaurant Is the Opposite of a Gun-Free Zone, 4 Things You Need to Know If the Police Try To Search Your Phone, Relatives of criminal shot trying to hold up Waffle House demand ‘gun control’ (Pussification), The face of ‘gun control’: Murderer of own parents wants more guns banned (Pussification), 5 Year-Old Bullying VICTIM Forced to Sign ‘Sexual Misconduct’ Confession (Pussification), We’re All Infants Now (Pussification), ATF Backs Down on Gun Sale Reports, Google Should Have Googled It First, What Does Noel Canning Have To Do With The Second Amendment?

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CuHomo’s Republican Ally Charged With Lying to the FBI (Birds of a Feather)

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Published on: July 1, 2014

It took just four days after the resignation of State Assemblywoman Gabriela Rosa for another New York lawmaker to be accused of corruption. This time, it’s Thomas Libous, the State Senate’s second-highest-ranking Republican and a close ally of Governor Cuomo. The New York Times reports that Libous and his lawyer son, Matthew, were charged in separate indictments on Tuesday.

Senator Libous, who represents Broome, Chenango, Delaware, and Tioga Counties, allegedly lied to the FBI about promising to direct business to a law firm in exchange for the firm giving Matthew a job. He also allegedly instructed a lobbying firm to give the law firm $50,000 a year to cover his son’s “inflated salary.” Meanwhile, the younger Libous allegedly failed to report $50,000 in income on three years’ worth of federal tax returns. He’s also charged with failing to report as income $122,784 in personal expenses that he charged to a company where he was a partner. According to the Times, the indictments came as “a surprise” to the senator, even though he was well aware of the federal investigation into his affairs.

Cuomo, who, the Times notes, is close enough to the Libouses to have attended Matthew’s wedding, recently publicly praised the senator as “a great mentor and a great friend” who represented “the difference between the old Albany and the new Albany.” Though Cuomo was talking about Libous’s willingness to work with Democrats, it still probably wasn’t the best choice of words.

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UN to Set Up a U.S.-based Disarmament Specialist in NYC! (Bloomturd, CuHomo Smile)

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Published on: July 1, 2014

It’s no secret that President Obama and the would-be global governors at the United Nations are anxious to disarm the American people. Now they’re looking to hire some help in getting it done.

From the UN’s Programme of Action and Arms Trade Treaty, to his own executive orders, Obama is pursuing every available avenue toward de facto repeal of the Second Amendment and the God-given right to keep and bear arms that it protects.

Over the next few weeks, though, the UN is looking to add personnel to its gun grabbing gestapo. In a job advertisement open until July 26, the UN is looking for a “Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Officer.”

What will this bureaucrat’s bailiwick be? Here’s a summary of the job description as posted by the UN:

Act as a Focal Point for DDR [Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration] components for 2-3 missions, responsible for planning, support to implementation and evaluation;

Advise, develop and review (as appropriate) initial DDR functional strategy and concept of operations for further development into a full programme by the DDR component and the National DDR Commission;

Provide Headquarters support in planning the civilian and military logistics support for DDR;

Continually review DDR programme strategy and implementation through relevant documents, reports and code cables;

Conduct field missions to assess implementation of established DDR programmes;

Identify potential problems and issues to be addressed and suggest remedies to DDR units in the field; and

Liaise with others (UN, regional organizations [sic] and Member States) providing DDR training.

As if the list of tasks assigned to the disarmament specialist isn’t enough to fire up patriots who own firearms and refuse to have them seized by the UN or the Obama administration, the UN wants to base this office in New York City!

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The US Spy Agency Logo Boasting That ‘Nothing Is Beyond Our Reach’ Has A ‘Sinister’ Backstory

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Published on: July 1, 2014

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The National Reconnaissance Office came under fire in December when its logo for a new satellite boasted “nothing is beyond our reach” along with the image of an octopus taking over the world, but new documents obtained by Business Insider through a Freedom of Information Act request show even the agency itself believed the logo was “sinister” and was apparently excited about this.

The NRO coordination sheet, a document passed along with information about the logo meant for signatures up the chain of command contains an interesting handwritten note with the NRO Director’s approval: “Ok,” it reads, “A little sinister!!”

While the agency came under fire for its choice of logo at a time of increased scrutiny on U.S. intelligence services, the documents show the logo was approved on Feb. 13, 2012, long before Snowden’s disclosures.

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N.Y. top court says cyberbullying law violates free speech

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Published on: July 1, 2014

New York’s highest court said on Tuesday that a law designed to criminalize cyberbullying was so broad that it violated the First Amendment, marking the first time a U.S. court weighed the constitutionality of such a law.

The 2011 Albany County law banned electronic communication intended to “harass, annoy, threaten…or otherwise inflict significant emotional harm on another person.”

The law was challenged on First Amendment grounds by Marquan Mackey-Meggs, who at age 15 in 2011 pleaded guilty under the law to creating a Facebook page that included graphic sexual comments alongside photos of classmates at his Albany-area high school.

The Court of Appeals in a 5-2 decision said it was possible to pass a law outlawing bullying via social media or text message that respected free speech rights, but the county’s statute went too far.

“It appears that the provision would criminalize a broad spectrum of speech outside the popular understanding of cyberbullying,” Judge Victoria Graffeo wrote for the court, “including, for example, an email disclosing private information about a corporation or a telephone conversation meant to annoy an adult.”

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6 Reasons Liberals are Incapable of Governing

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Published on: July 1, 2014

When you think poor governance, you think liberalism. Barack Obama could fairly be called the worst President in history and one of his biggest competitors for that crown is Jimmy Carter, whose name primarily brings to mind the words “malaise,” “hostage crisis,” and “liberal peanut farmer.” Lyndon Johnson? Other than the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which more Republicans voted for percentage-wise than Democrats, his presidency was a complete disaster.

Some Democrats might point out John F. Kennedy’s time in the White House, but in all fairness, he’d probably have more in common with Republicans like Scott Brown or Chris Christie than he would with liberals today. Bill Clinton could fairly be called a liberal, but after the Republican Revolution of 1994 that came as a reaction to his liberalism, he was so chastened that he spent the last 6 years in the White House banging chicks and trying to fight off impeachment instead of pushing an agenda.

Of course, liberal incompetence isn’t just confined to the White House. Who botched the hurricane preparation for New Orleans so badly that tens of thousands of people were stuck in a city built inside of a geological soup bowl when Hurricane Katrina rolled in? Liberals. Who bankrupted Detroit? Liberals. Why are states like Illinois, Michigan, and California on track to default on their debts in the next few years? Liberals.

Why are liberals so bad at governing?

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