Thursday, December 31, 2015

Hillary Clinton Says Rape Victims Must Be Believed (Except When They Are Accusing Her Husband Bill)



Hillary Clinton says that we should hear and believe woman that say that they have been a victim of a sexual crime.

Does this also apply then to Hillary Clinton's husband who has been repeatedly accused of sexual misconduct?  Besides having an admitted affair with Monica Lewinsky, Bill Clinton’s accusers include:

Paula Jones: A former Arkansas state employee, Jones sued Bill Clinton in 1994 for sexual harassment. Jones claims that in 1991 then Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton propositioned and exposed himself to her in a Little Rock hotel. Clinton eventually settled with Jones out of court for $850,000, but never admitted to any wrongdoing.

Juanita Broaddrick: Broaddrick, a former nursing home administrator, alleges that Bill Clinton, who was running for Arkansas governor at the time, raped her in an Arkansas hotel room in the spring of 1978.

Kathleen Willey: Willey was a White House volunteer aide who, in March of 1998, alleged on the TV news program 60 Minutes that Bill Clinton had sexually assaulted her during his first term as President.

Eileen Wellstone: Wellstone, an English woman, alleges that Clinton sexually assaulted her after she met him at a pub near Oxford University where Clinton was a student in 1969.

Carolyn Moffet: Moffet was a legal secretary in Little Rock in 1979, said she met Governor Clinton at a political fundraiser and was invited to his hotel room. Moffet alleges that she fled the hotel room after Clinton demanded she perform sex acts on him.

Elizabeth Ward Gracen: A Miss Arkansas who would go on to win the Miss America contest in 1982, Gracen alleges that she was forced by Clinton to have sex with him shortly after she won the Miss Arkansas competition.

Becky Brown: Becky Brown was Chelsea Clinton’s nanny. L.D. Brown, an Arkansas State Trooper and Becky’s husband, claims that Clinton attempted to seduce her in while the two were in governor’s mansion.

Helen Dowdy: Dowdy, the wife of one of Hillary’s cousins, alleges that in 1986 Bill Clinton groped her on the dance floor of a wedding.


Cristy Zercher: Zercher was a flight attendant aboard Clinton’s campaign jet from 1991-1992. Zercher told the Star magazine that Clinton groped her for over 40 minutes.

Monday, December 28, 2015

Wow Democrat Party Pays Black Staffers 30% Less Than Whites



If you’re a person of color hoping to get hired by a political campaign, here’s the ugly truth: You’ll probably get paid less than your white counterparts, if you’re even hired at all.

On both sides of the aisle, there is a racial pay gap in campaign politics. Asian, Black and Latino staffers are paid less than their white counterparts, according to an analysis by the New Organizing Institute.


For example, African-American staffers on Democratic campaigns were paid 70 cents for each dollar their white counterparts made. For Hispanic staffers in Democratic campaigns, the figure was 68 cents on the dollar.

And a recent study by PowerPAC+, funded by a major Democratic donor, revealed that less than 2 percent of spending by Democratic campaign committees during the past two election cycles went to firms owned by minorities.

Political operative Michael Gomez Daly worked on two congressional campaigns in 2012 with similar budgets. On one campaign, Daly, who describes himself as “a very light-skinned Hispanic,” was brought in as a field director, primarily for his skills as a Latino operative who could reach out to the Hispanic community. On the second campaign, where they did not know he was Hispanic, “I just came in as ‘Michael Daly,’ instead of ‘that Latino operative,’” he said. “Right off the bat they offered me twice the amount for the same job.”

Most of the operatives interviewed for this article, all of whom have years of experience in campaign politics, said they had to make an early, conscious decision to avoid being pigeonholed as a specialist in minority outreach. For minority campaign staffers, they said, the path to enduring success lies in saying “no” to jobs like that early on in your career.

“It was pretty clear to me early on that you can get put in a box pretty quickly. You get offers for jobs: African-American outreach, Asian-American outreach. Oftentimes when you start doing that work, it’s hard to get out of it,” said Sujata Tejwani, president of Sujata Strategies, a Democratic firm.

Added Rodell Mollineau, a past president of the progressive tracking organization American Bridge, “As a person of color [at the start of your career], you’re always put in situations where a primary part of your job is communicating with or working with other people of color.”

The NOI statistics on the campaign race pay gap compare all staffers of each race, and average out the salaries. One of the explanations for lower minority wages could be that they tend to be represented in lower-paying campaign roles.

“Most minority staffers get hired in campaigns in field jobs, and field jobs pay less,” explained Jamal Simmons, a Democratic political operative. “The problem is: they don’t hire African Americans, Latinos in the parts of the campaigns where they spend the most money. The most money in campaigns is spent in communications, polling and data. In those parts of the campaign, it’s very much mostly white.”

Conventional campaign wisdom is that voters best respond to pitches made by those who are similar to them. But this limits the roles that minority campaign staffers are able to play.

“There’s a presumption that minorities can’t manage ‘white’ issues. There’s a presumption that white voters won’t like to see a black press secretary, or that white voters won’t want to see an African-American or Latino political director,” Simmons said. “There’s just a general prejudice factor,” he said, that’s based in an antiquated understanding of race relations.

The issue of race can sometimes create doubts even in the minds of the most experienced operatives. “If the swing population [in an election] are white, you do wonder if you’re going to get hired,” said Tejwani, an Indian-American with decades of experience on campaigns.

The hidden prejudices present in broader American society are part of the problem. One operative compared campaigns to business startups that are constantly shutting down and restarting. With deadlines looming, top campaign staff may lean subconsciously on stereotypes about minorities.

Said one operative with experience in Virginia and Georgia: “The structural racism that happens in the United States, and how it is reinforced by a lot of presumptions, don’t get dropped because you’re working on a campaign.”


Source: The Daily Beast

Why Gallup's Most Admired Means Absolutely Nothing


The results of Gallup's "Most Admired" poll are the result of telephone interviews conducted Dec. 2-6 using a random sample of 824 adults from all U.S. states and the District of Columbia. There was a minimum quota of 40 percent landline participants and 60 percent cellphone participants.

Now keep in mind that Gallup is supplying the interviewees with a list of names as well.

Hillary For PrisonSo out of  the 824 adults that choose the most admired woman and man in our country, only 17% or 140 people chose Obama as the most admired man and only 13% or 107 choose Hillary Clinton as the most admired woman.   

These numbers hardly depict reality. In reality one should be embarrassed by such small numbers.

So when you see the liberals boasting about Obama being the most admired man and Hillary as the most admired woman, it is really a desperate attempt to fool the masses that really think otherwise of the so called "most admired".

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Is Trey Gowdy Actually A Fraud?

Trey Gowdy / Marco Rubio


First Gowdy said all confederate flags should come down.

Then Gowdy voted for Boehner as Speaker of the House.

Followed by Gowdy’s Benghazi hearings that were a complete failure as nothing has come out of them.

After voting for Boehner, Gowdy introduced the nomination of Paul Ryan as the new Speaker of the House.

Now Gowdy is backing the gang of 8 Amnesty Sponsor Rubio for president. The gang of 8 was McCain, Lindsey Graham and Rubio pushing to give blanket welfare checks, and grant citizenship to, an estimated 30 million illegal alien lawbreakers.  Rubio’s voter absenteeism is the worst in the Senate.


Is he being threatened or is he showing his true colors?

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

The History Of Schlonged



Here is what Donald Trump said Monday in Grand Rapids Michigan that has the Liberal Media up in arms, "Hillary, that's not a president.  She's not taking us to the --  Everything that's been involved in Hillary has been lawsuits.  You take a look.  Even a race to Obama, she was gonna beat Obama.  I don't know who'd be worse.  I don't know.  How does it get worse?  But she was gonna beat, she was favored to win, and she got schlonged.  She lost.  I mean, she lost.  But I watched her the other night.  It was hard.  It was really hard.  'Cause there were a lot of other things on better, including reading books and reading financial papers, which I actually enjoy reading."

Anybody with even one brain cell could tell that Trump was meaning she got beat and she got beat bad in that election.

When Donald Trump said that Hillary Clinton got schlonged by Barack Obama in 2008, it wasn't the first time it was used the term was used in politics.  

In 2011 Neal Conan, host of NPR’s Talk of the Nation, said in said during the broadcast of the show that the 1984 Democratic ticket of Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro “went on to get schlonged at the polls.” 

Then in 2006 during a segment on Fox News, Dick Morris warned that President George W. Bush was “going to get schlonged” in the midterm elections.

Going even further back, the phrase made an appearance in New York City collegiate politics. The Daily Mail uncovered a 1967 article in the student newspaper of the City College of New York in which Ellen Turkish, a candidate on the losing slate for student council, said, “We got schlonged.” (As Ellen T. Comisso, she would go on to a distinguished career as a political scientist.)



Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Rubio Staffers Lie About Ted Cruz's Views on Amnesty


Marco Rubio's staffers seem to understand that this race is likely to boil down to a race between their employer and Ted Cruz, the senator from Texas. As a result, they apparently feel the need to smear their guy's main rival.
 

They do that by spreading a video in which Ted Cruz appears to support amnesty -- at least in some cases and for some people.

Shocking, right? Ted Cruz attacks Rubio for being a pro-amnesty guy, but he shared that opinion only a few years ago! Oh no, what a liar! What a hack!

There's just one minor problem: as former Cruz staffer Amanda Carpenter explains, Ted didn't actually support amnesty. He only put this amendment forward in order to show to voters that the Gang of 8 wasn't telling the truth about whether or not their amnesty plans would eventually result in a path to citizenship for illegal aliens:




In 2013 Cruz offered Amendment 1322 to S.744. The amendment specifically prevents legal status.

In other words, Rubio's staffers are using a trick Cruz used to expose their boss' secret plans to give illegal aliens a path of citizenship against him. They're turning it upside down, inside out, and deceiving conservatives in order to destroy a candidate who is and has always been against amnesty.

This is how the Rubio folks roll: it could've come straight out of Karl Rove's playbook. I guess that proves that Rubio did indeed learn a lot from Jeb Bush; more than he's willing to admit.

Friday, December 11, 2015

More Than 20 Islamic Attacks Since 2014 Against U.S. By Refugees / Visa Holders

The Islamic terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California was not the first terror attack on U.S. soil since 9/11.  There have
San Bernardino Islamic Terrorists
Sayed Farooq and Tashfeen Malik
been many terrorists plots since then.

WND.com produced a small sampling of more than 20 cases of terrorist plots against the U.S. by Muslim immigrants that received little to no national media coverage between 2014 and this year (2015). Each of the below terrorists and those who are suspects “would have passed through the federal government’s vaunted ‘vetting’ process for refugees, asylum seekers and other types of immigrants”:
  • An immigrant from Muslim-dominated Bangladesh, who applied for and received U.S. citizenship,‎ tried to incite people to travel to Somalia and conduct violent jihad against the United States. He was arrested in Texas in 2014.
  • In July 2015, a Cuban immigrant inspired by Islamic extremists plotted to explode a backpack bomb filled with nails on a beach in Key West.
  • An immigrant from Ghana, who applied for and received U.S. citizenship, pledged allegiance to ISIS and plotted a terrorist attack on U.S. soil. He attacked an FBI agent with a large kitchen knife when the agent was searching his home in June in Staten Island, New York. The search was connected to an investigation stemming from the weekend arrest of Munther Omar Saleh, a 20-year-old U.S. citizen charged with conspiring to provide material support to ISIS, CNN reported.
  • An immigrant from Sudan living in northern Virginia, who applied for and received U.S. citizenship, tried to join ISIS and wage jihad on its behalf after having been recruited online. He pleaded guilty in federal court in June 2015 to providing material support to ISIS and his friend, according to court records, is now a member of the Islamic State fighting force in Syria.
  • A Muslim refugee couple from Bosnia, along with their five relatives living in Missouri, Illinois and New York, were charged in February 2015 with sending money, supplies and smuggled arms to ISIS and other terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq.
  • A Muslim immigrant from Yemen, who applied for and received U.S. citizenship, along with six other men living in Minnesota as members of refugee families, were charged in April 2015 with conspiracy to travel to Syria and to provide material support to ISIS.
  • A Somali refugee with lawful permanent resident status, along with four other Somali nationals, were charged July 23, 2014, with leading an al-Shabaab terrorist fundraising conspiracy in the United States, with monthly payments directed to the Somali terrorist organization.
  • A Kazakhstani immigrant with lawful permanent resident status conspired to purchase a machine gun to shoot FBI and other law enforcement agents if they prevented him from traveling to Syria to join ISIS. He and two others from Uzbekistan, both living in Brooklyn, were charged in February 2015 with providing material support a foreign terrorist organization.
  • Two female immigrants, one from Saudi Arabia and one from Yemen, one of whom applied for and received U.S. citizenship, allegedly swore allegiance to ISIS and pledged to explode a propane tank bomb on U.S. soil. They were arrested in April 2015 during an FBI undercover raid on their house in Queens, New York.
  • A Uzbek man in Brooklyn allegedly encouraged other Uzbek nationals to wage jihad on behalf of ISIS, and raised $1,600 for the terror organization. The arrests were announced in February and April 2015.
  • The Boston Bombers were invited in as asylum seekers. The younger brother applied for citizenship and was naturalized on Sept. 11, 2012. The older brother had a pending application for citizenship.
  • A Moroccan Muslim who came to the U.S. on a student visa was arrested and charged in April 2014with plotting to blow up a university and a federal courthouse.
  • Six members of Minnesota’s Somali-American refugee community have recently been charged with trying to join ISIS. The Washington Times reported that “the effort [to resettle large groups of Somali refugees in Minnesota] is having the unintended consequence of creating an enclave of immigrants with high unemployment that is both stressing the state’s safety net and creating a rich pool of potential recruiting targets for Islamist terror groups.”
  • An Uzbek refugee living in Boise, Idaho, was arrested in 2013 and charged with providing support to a terrorist organization, in the form of teaching terror recruits how to build bombs to blow up U.S. military installations. He was convicted in August 2015.
  • A teenage American citizen living in York, South Carolina, whose family emigrated from Syria, was sentenced in April 2015 for plotting to support ISIS and rob a gun store to kill members of the American military.
  • A Muslim immigrant from Syria living in Ohio, who later applied for and received U.S. citizenship, was accused by federal prosecutors of planning to “go to a military base in Texas and kill three or four American soldiers execution style.”
  • A college student, who came to America as a refugee from Somalia and later applied for and received U.S. citizenship, attempted to blow up a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Oregon. He was sentenced in October 2014 to 30 years in prison.
  • An immigrant from Afghanistan, who later applied for and received U.S. citizenship, and a legal permanent resident from the Philippines, were convicted Sept. 25, 2014, for trying to “join Al Qaeda and the Taliban in order to kill Americans.”
  • An Iraqi immigrant, who later applied for and received U.S. citizenship, was arrested in May 2015 for lying to federal agents about pledging allegiance to ISIS and his travels to Syria.
  • Two Pakistani-American brothers living in New York, who later applied for and received U.S citizenship, were sentenced in June 2015 to decades-long prison sentences for plotting to detonate a bomb in New York City.
  • An immigrant from Muslim-dominated Yemen, who later applied for and received U.S. citizenship, was arrested in September 2014 in Rochester, New York, for allegedly trying to join ISIS. He was also charged with attempting to illegally buy firearms to try to shoot American military personnel.

  • An immigrant brought here by his family from Kuwait at age 6, and who was later approved for U.S. citizenship, carried out the jihadist attack that recently killed four U.S. Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga on July 16, 2015, using an AK-47 semi-automatic weapon against unarmed military men.

Turns out Donald Trump is right again. According to legal experts, it is Constitutional to ban any person or group of any nationality, religion, political doctrine, etc, The Constitution does not offer protectional guarantees to non-citizens. There is historical precedence as of June of this year of this fact.




CHAIRMEN OF APPROPRIATIONS, JUDICIARY SUBCOMMITTEES: CONGRESS MUST USE APPROPRIATIONS TO REVOKE ‘BLANK CHECK’ FOR OBAMA REFUGEE PLANS


U.S. Senators Richard Shelby (R-AL) and
Jeff Session (R-AL)
Jeff Sessions (R-AL), chairmen of the Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations and Immigration and the National Interest subcommittees respectively, issued the following joint statement regarding refugees:

“As Chairmen of Subcommittees on both the Appropriations and Judiciary Committees, we believe it is essential that any government funding bill cancel the President’s blank check for refugee resettlement.  Long before the barbaric attacks in Paris, government officials and investigators have stated that we do not have the capacity to effectively screen Syrian refugees.  The bloody assaults on the streets of France add new urgency to an already dangerous situation.  Right now, our refugee program – like all of our visa programs – runs on autopilot.  Each year, millions of visas go out the door without any input or action from Congress.  We would not accept this policy for the federal budget, and we should not accept it for immigration.  We therefore urge the inclusion of a provision in any omnibus spending bill that makes it absolutely clear that no refugee resettlement will take place without a separate, affirmative Congressional vote to authorize any resettlement and offset its huge costs.

In order to carry out his plans, the President needs the annual appropriation for the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement and other budget items.  Congress therefore, through its spending power, can block the President’s plans.  Absent such restrictions, the omnibus spending bill will give the President all the funds he needs to carry out the resettlement of nearly 100,000 refugees this year alone.  First and foremost, this is a question of appropriations.

Under our nation’s current policy, the President simply brings in as many refugees as he wants.  Refugees are entitled to access all major welfare programs, and they can also draw benefits directly from the Medicare and Social Security disability and retirement trust funds – taking those funds straight from the pockets of American retirees who paid into these troubled funds all of their lives.


Our immigration and refugee policies must serve the interests of our nation and protect the security of the American people.  After admitting 1.5 million migrants from Muslim countries on lifetime visas since 9/11, it is time to assist in relocating Muslim migrants within their home region rather than relocating large numbers to the United States.  It simply cannot be our policy to encourage a mass migration of entire populations from their homelands, a strategy that will only further destabilize the region and bring threats of terrorism deep inside our shores.”