Archive for November 2009

Suspect in Cop Killings Was Out on Street Despite Lengthy Rap Sheet, Sentences

November 30, 2009

From Fox News:

As the suspect in the ambush execution of four police officers remains on the run, questions are swirling as to how and why Maurice Clemmons — an ex-con who at one time faced more than 100 years behind bars — was allowed to live free.

Clemmons, 37, of Tacoma, Wash., has an extensive, violent criminal history marked by volatile and unstable behavior, according to court records and news reports.

His criminal history includes at least five felony convictions in Arkansas and at least eight felony charges in Washington, according to The Seattle Times. He had a lengthy prison sentence commuted in 2000 by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who cited Clemmons’ youth.

This does not bod well for Gov. Huckabee. Cause ya know the Lame Stream Media is going to pounce all over this one. They will take any opportunity to bash Fox News and conservatives. Although Gov. Huckabee is not conservative enough for me by a long shot. And I’m not to happy with Gov. Huckabee’s answer to his decision. But you read it for yourself. I’m not going to “speculate” on this situation until there is more information. I can’t stand when the Lame Stream Media does that.
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2009 first year of global governance

November 26, 2009

Now, my Uncooperative Readers out there, I want you to read this article and find the missing dots, no wait, the News Behind the News. Let me give you a hint. The Lame Stream Media states that “us” conservatives are “fear mongers” and constantly trying to create a “sphere of fear”, when it comes to issues of government control. Read on MacBeth and learn for yourselves, who are the true “fear Mongers”. Hey, how many times did I say “fear” in that paragraph. lol

From World Net Daily:

In accepting his appointment as the first president of the European Union, Belgian Prime Minister Herman Van Rompuy announced that “global governance” is the only way to address the crises that beset the planet.

“We’re living through exceptionally difficult times – the financial crisis and its dramatic impact on employment and budgets, the climate crisis which threatens our very survival, a period of anxiety, uncertainty and lack of confidence,” he said in his maiden press conference. “Yet these problems can be overcome through a joint effort between our countries. 2009 is also the first year of global governance with the establishment of the G20 in the middle of the financial crisis. The climate conference
in Copenhagen is another step toward the global management of our planet.

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Stork Craft to Recall 2.1 Million Cribs

November 23, 2009

I urge you to read the entire article, because it contains links and contact info about the cribs. I have read three different articles and this has the most information. But, not one article states if the parts for the crib were made in China. Show of hands that that is where they came from.

From CBSNews;

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the largest crib recall in United States history, involving cribs with dropdown sides, fearing they may be unsafe, even deadly.

The CPSC, in cooperation with Stork Craft Manufacturing Inc., of British Columbia, Canada, today announced the voluntary recall of more than 2.1 million Stork Craft drop-side cribs, including about 147,000 Stork Craft drop-side cribs with the Fisher-Price logo. The recall involves approximately 1,213,000 units distributed in the United States and 968,000 units distributed in Canada.
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Tough U.N. Critic Tapped to Represent U.S. on Human Rights Council

November 23, 2009

Hope springs eternal. But, given the record of this, “left wing liberal, socialist,commie administration, who the hell knows?

From Fox News:

The California scholar and Obama donor tapped to be the first U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Human Rights Council is a fierce critic of the United Nations’ human rights record who some watchdogs say they hope will roll some heads on the controversial panel boycotted during the Bush administration.

Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe has called the U.N. policy and record toward human rights abuses erratic, inhumane and dysfunctional, and has said its inherently flawed charter leaves human rights violators “immunized” from international interference.

In what would be a drastic shift from current policy, she recommended in her 2006 Ph.D. dissertation that the United Nations condition a country’s sovereignty on its human rights record. In other words, she argued that human rights abuses can justify invasion.

U.N. critics are cautiously optimistic she’ll bring that hard-nosed attitude to the council and be willing to confront the despots and alleged human rights abusers represented there.

Again, one can only hope. Look, you/us, “the peeps” are not getting the “rest of the Story” “the rest of the story” is this: we elected our cockroaches and El Presidente, they appoint people to positions of power, ie; mostly bureaucrats, the bureaucrats want to keep their jobs, so what do they do to keep said jobs? Everything they can to uphold the current administrations agenda. Got it? That goes for Republicans as well as Democrats. All we need is love, no wait: let me reset my brain. What we need is less bureaucrats and more conservatives that believe in the Constitution.
Because after all, the Constitution is the Solution.

Opening a Registered Nurse’s Eyes: A Life-Altering Journey Across North America

November 19, 2009

Susan’s Book has been published!

This novel was written to expose what goes on behind the scenes concerning healthcare in this country, the common problems our nation faces and what it is like to live across North America and work as a travel nurse. Susan hopes to inspire her fellow Americans to stand up for what is right and persevere no matter what difficulties they encounter on the great journey that is called “life.”

The least expensive place I could find it is at Barnes and Noble online special price $16.95 USD

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Obama Gets Delay of Fort Hood Probe

November 19, 2009

Yet again, our President is taking control over something he should not. We now live in the wonderful “Age of King Barakus Obmanaus”.

From NewsMax;

The Obama administration on Tuesday had the president’s National Security Council take control of congressional briefings on the Fort Hood killings and asked Democratic leaders to delay a probe, as top Republicans said intelligence shortcomings blamed for failing to prevent the 9/11 attacks are re-emerging.

Rep. Silvestre Reyes, chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said that the NSC had taken over the briefings “due to the high visibility of the issues surrounding the tragic event at Fort Hood,” and that Democratic leaders agreed to postpone any congressional action on the shootings.

“This is a somewhat complicated case,” the Texas Democrat said of the Nov. 6 rampage, attributed to Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, that left 13 dead and 29 wounded on the country’s largest Army post

I do agree with them waiting. But for how long? The facts are pretty straight forward. He was a Terrorist. How he was allowed to be a Terrorist in our armed forces is the real question. So get on with it, government, find out already. But it seems that the heath care/nightmare bill is more important to this government than doing their actual constitutional duties of protecting “we the people”. Yea, got it. And bye the bye, this “political correctness” has been eroding our Republic for a very long time. And, who, and what is the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence?
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Obama Gets Delay of Fort Hood Probe

November 19, 2009

Yet again, our President is taking control over something he should not. We now live in the wonderful “Age of King Barakus Obmanaus”.

From NewsMax;

The Obama administration on Tuesday had the president’s National Security Council take control of congressional briefings on the Fort Hood killings and asked Democratic leaders to delay a probe, as top Republicans said intelligence shortcomings blamed for failing to prevent the 9/11 attacks are re-emerging.

Rep. Silvestre Reyes, chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said that the NSC had taken over the briefings “due to the high visibility of the issues surrounding the tragic event at Fort Hood,” and that Democratic leaders agreed to postpone any congressional action on the shootings.

“This is a somewhat complicated case,” the Texas Democrat said of the Nov. 6 rampage, attributed to Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, that left 13 dead and 29 wounded on the country’s largest Army post

I do agree with them waiting. But for how long? The facts are pretty straight forward. He was a Terrorist. How he was allowed to be a Terrorist in our armed forces is the real question. So get on with it, government, find out already. But it seems that the heath care/nightmare bill is more important to this government than doing their actual constitutional duties of protecting “we the people”. Yea, got it. And bye the bye, this “political correctness” has been eroding our Republic for a very long time. And, who, and what is the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence?
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