Third year running, Obama cuts military pay from already threadbare Armed Forces

Lance Cpl. Stephen Ferris of Walpole, Mass., left, with India Co., 3rd BN., 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division, advances on the headquarters of the Fedayeen in Baghdad on Wednesday, April 9, 2003.

Lance Cpl. Stephen Ferris of Walpole, Mass., left, with India Co., 3rd Bn., 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division, advances on the headquarters of the Fedayeen in Baghdad on Wednesday, April 9, 2003.

As most Americans are unaware, by federal law those serving in the nation’s military are suppose to receive a yearly pay raise in accordance with a formula utilized by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

The House of Representatives traditionally uses whatever figure the BLS sends them to factor into any given Fiscal Year Budget to be sent to the Commander-in-Chief.

Yet as reported by the Alabama Media Group (The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times, the Mobile Press-Register) on Aug. 31, 2015, members of the Armed Forces will see a barely visible 1.3 percent increase in their proverbial pay envelopes starting New Year’s Day. But as reported by the Heritage Foundation on Aug. 7, 2015, Barack Obama has again decided to use an emergency loophole in the US Code to keep the lawful pay raise of 2.3 percent from the troops. Continue reading

British jihad de-radicalization plan teetering on collapse

579404_525356947524088_141477008_nDespite almost three times as many British Muslims serve in the ranks of ISIS than Her Majesty’s Armed Forces, the central government’s nation-wide plan to de-radicalize homegrown Islamic jihadists is “bursting at the seams” and apparently on the verge of falling apart.

As reported by the Breitbart.com news portal and the Express newspaper (of London, Great Britain) both on Aug. 29, 2015, the island nation’s officially titled “Channel programme” is collapsing under its own weight.

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Politically correct micro-aggression choice of words lead to on-air murders

largePolitical correctness comes home to roost. How the legitimization of “micro-aggression” lead to murder…

The question starting to be asked is if something popularly known as micro-aggression is now legitimizing thin-skinned and perpetually offended individuals to cry foul at every imagined slight.

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Britain; Rapper’s gay slur deemed ‘provoking terrorist acts’

tyler-yellowAs any language nerd will tell you, the likes of Latin and Sanskrit are dead. However, modern languages are live, and like everything else that’s alive, modern tongues often change, morph and mutate.

Case in point; the words faggot (fagot) and fag. Both words still used in common conversation in certain English-speaking nations, yet they are now often looked upon as not only a derogatory word in reference to homosexuals, but the British government now considers the mere utterance of the words in a negative connotation to be a provocation of “terrorist acts” as reported by the Breitbart.com news portal and also ABC Online (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), both on Aug. 27, 2015.

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Liberals Won’t Buy Liberal Pizza Maker’s 30-Dollar Pizza

pizza for 30Vic Gumper, a businessman who owns a small chain of pizza shops in Emeryville, Berkeley, Oakland and Albany, California, has learned something about economics and liberalism and he’s learned it the hard way.

Emeryville is a small city of 10,000 people.  Liberal people.  When the city raised its minimum wage to $14.44 an hour, Gumper did not need to comply yet because he didn’t have enough employees in Emeryville.  He then raised the salaries of his employees to 15 and 25 dollars an hour.  As a consequence, he had to raise the cost of his pizza to thirty dollars. Continue reading

International press agog over grumpy Obama Clan coming home from swanky vacation

Alabama sheriff wants to use his ‘pre-cog’ ability to decide who gets a gun permit

The thought police

The thought police

The sheriff of Russell County Alabama, Heath Taylor, is trying to make an argument about who should be issued a concealed carry permit (CCW), in the state of Alabama.

Taylor’s argument is that those who are going through a “divorce” or other “personal struggles,” should not be issued a CCW.

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Journalist banned from YouTube for chronicling black on white crimes

 Journalist banned from YouTube for chronicling black on white crimes

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American journalist and author, Colin Flaherty, who has been chronicling racially motivated violence by blacks against whites for the last several years, announced on Saturday, August 15, 2015 that YouTube has black-listed his reporting by terminating his account, and declined to provide a reason for the suspension.

Flaherty is the author of “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It”, and his latest, “Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it”. Both books take an inside look at acts of violence unreported by the so-called mainstream media, namely left-leaning liberal media outlets that continue to ignore crimes against whites. Continue reading

Planned Parenthood; techs cut through face to harvest brain, heart still beating

A girl plays at a pro-life rally under the slogan 'Every life matters' on November 22, 2014 in Madrid, Spain. Thousands of people from around the nation gathered in Madrid to protest against abortion.

A girl plays at a pro-life rally under the slogan ‘Every life matters’ on November 22, 2014 in Madrid, Spain. Thousands of people from around the nation gathered in Madrid to protest against abortion.

With a rapidly approaching fiftieth anniversary of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) taking the abortion question away from the 55 state and territorial governments, the battle pro and con still rages on as contentiously as it did in the early 1970s.

As when the SCOTUS initially federalized purposeful termination of pregnancy, the question of abortion is still front and center as one of the prime topics in presidential politics today.

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Marine Major faces the boot on same possible charges against Hillary Clinton

Hillary-Clinton-Concession-Speech-2008-Hands-Up-593x442The plight of Marine Corps Major Jason Brezler could be described at a minimum as everything old is new again. However, on the other side of the coin, the case of Major Brezler could also be one of the premier cases of political hypocrisy in the history of the American Republic.

As reported by the Daily Caller on Aug. 15, 2015, the Marine Reserve officer is still fighting his dismissal from the Corps for sending via his private email account classified information, which in the broadest of terms, is the same situation presidential contender Hillary Clinton finds herself in.

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