CNN Reporter @DonLemon Says “About time Obama said N- Word” What?!

Don.Lemon.CNN.Obama.Said.N.word.about time.snip.2
Don.Lemon.CNN.Obama.Said.N.word.about time
During his interview with podcaster/comedian Marc Maron, President Obama said that racism doesn’t just mean someone going around and dropping the n-word. Except he used the actual n-word, not “n-word.”

That really took people aback and set Fox News off, but CNN’s Don Lemon said this afternoon it was “about time he said it.”

Read More
Reluctant H/T to Mediaite

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (1)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (1)

.@realDonaldTrump Announces He is Running 2016 for US President “We will make America great again” [VIDEO]

Here is a quick summary not included in the above Reuters video but heard earlier today on Sean Hannity’s radio show:
Great speech given by Mr. Donald Trump. He hit the topics that matter to Americans: Jobs, military, American Exceptionalism, fair Trade… He promises to repeal Obamacare, build a wall on our southern borders and have Mexico pay for it.

Mr.Trump believes we should rebuild and support our US Military. Donald believes in keeping Social Security intact and demanding foreign governments such as China and others pay up their fair share of taxes when it comes to us not taxing their imported goods since we are unfairly taxed on our goods entering China. We think Donald should do away with Most favored nation status given to China for decades.

DR. Michael Savage radio talk show host, author speaker stated this evening on his show about Donald Trump’s US Presidential announcement on “Savage Nation” “I’ve asked him on my show. He is extremely busy. If I get to have him on my show, I will interview him as my friend, He is my friend…”I hope he does run. He’ll win by a landslide!…Run Donald run!…What a change that would be in the US Presidency if we had him (Donald Trump) in office…What a change that would be if we had Donald Trump in office…I pray to God he runs, he wins. Go Donald go!.” DR. Michael Savage ~SavageNation

Trump also believes our nation deserves the spoils of us winning in the surge in the Iraq war and finances from oil should go first to US Military families who have died serving our country, then to our current wounded warriors.

We’d like to hear more about Donald Trumps strategic long term plans about kicking ISIS butt as well as Donald’s view on faith, life of the unborn and restoring our dwindling Freedoms of Speech currently in the public square, specifically on college campuses where, we believe, lively civil debate should be unbridled.

We have always respected and loved Mr. Donald Trump ~ M. Katherine Orts & husband Pastor David A. Orts founders of USDefenseLeague.com & WorldWideBroadcasters.com

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (1)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (1)
  • Crazy (0)

NRA: Gun blogs, videos, web forums threatened by new Obama regulation

Commonly used and unregulated internet discussions and videos about guns and ammo could be closed down under rules proposed by the State Department, amounting to a “gag order on firearm-related speech,” the National Rifle Association is warning.

In updating regulations governing international arms sales, State is demanding that anyone who puts technical details about arms and ammo on the web first get the OK from the federal government — or face a fine of up to $1 million and 20 years in jail.

According to the NRA, that would include blogs and web forums discussing technical details of common guns and ammunition, the type of info gun owners and ammo reloaders trade all the time.

“Gunsmiths, manufacturers, reloaders, and do-it-yourselfers could all find themselves muzzled under the rule and unable to distribute or obtain the information they rely on to conduct these activities,” said the NRA in a read more

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (1)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (1)
  • Crazy (0)

Bernie Sanders, Socialist Senator Extraordinaire

Printed below is an editorial written by none other than the King of the Vermont Commies, Bernie Sanders.

As you would expect from an avowed and quite public Socialist such as Bernie, he’s going after the Koch Brothers, and by extension of course their company: Koch Industries, Inc.

Socialists and Liberals in general will tell you that it’s important to support the small businesses in your town, because they help growth for that town moreso than a big business such as Wal-Mart does. But in reality, as anyone who’s done the slightest bit of research will tell you, Sam Walton started out rather small, and then grew from there. And as anyone with common sense will tell you, that is the case for every big business currently in operation here in the US, and for that matter in other countries where freedom has spread.

The fact is, Wal-Mart and other big businesses not only makes a great deal of money for themselves, but that money then goes back into various communities not just around the nation, but around the world! How many more unemployed people would there be without Wal-Mart? Sure, it’s not a glamorous job, or one that will net you a glamorous living, but it’s there, and it will always be there. It’s something that you work up from, much like Mr. Walton himself worked up from being a small business owner to establishing Wal-Mart as a national department store force.
read more

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (0)

#BaltimoreRiots Force #Orioles to Play #Unprecedented Private Baseball Game Wednesday to Empty Stadium [VIDEO]

With Baltimore under a nighttime curfew and police and National Guard troops deployed across the city after a night of riots, the Baltimore Orioles canceled a second straight game Tuesday and said their game Wednesday against the Chicago White Sox would be played behind closed doors in an empty stadium.

The Orioles, whose stadium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, isn’t far from where the worst violence occurred Monday night, are clearing town after more than 200 people were arrested and 15 buildings were set on fire as police clashed with crowds protesting the death last week of Freddie Gray in police custody.

Wednesday’s game against the Chicago White Sox will be closed to the public, the team said. Fans will get to watch the game only on television, devoid of cheering, booing and abuse of the umpires.

Read More: NBCNews “Empty Seats: Orioles Close Baseball Game to the Public After Baltimore Riots”

By M. Alex Johnson

Video H/T: CNN

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (0)

[VIDEO] Wal-Mart Stores Close Same Day Wal-Mart wins Gun-sales Case

Nationwide – Several Wal-Mart locations Have Suddenly Shut Down their fully stocked stores. Their respective spokespeople are all giving the same reason of “plumbing issues” as reason for closures, Though to our knowledge, permits for contracting or plumbing work have not yet even been applied for any of the Wal-Mart store locations.

Several Wal-Mart stores closed abruptly today, with just a few hours notice to Wal-Mart staff and the general public. The official close for up to six month shutdowns occurred in at least five Wal-Mart locations across USA. These shocking announcements happened coincidentally, or not, on the same day Wal-Mart won a court case over gun magazines being banned from being sold at its stores. The suit was filed at the request of one of its larger investors, Trinity Church located in NYC. Trinity Church made headlines during the Sandy Hook shooting tragedy in read more

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (0)

RT! Support #SenMikeRounds #SD #KeystoneXL Vetoed On Obama’s Desk RT

USA show your support to Senator Mike Rounds of South Dakota. It’s been six long years to get this bill on Barack Obama’s desk. Senator Rounds did his job. Our executive branch let America and Americans down.

Our CIC, Mr. Barack Obama, just vetoed the KeystoneXL bill.

vetoed.XLpipeline

Tweet @SenatorRounds

Let our US Congress and POTUS know how wrong it is to read more

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (1)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (1)

TedCruz refuses to tow the RINO line or allow Obama to lie and whine. #MakeDCListen Includes The Federalist #69 RT to @BarackObama [VIDEO]

senator-ted-cruz1

 “I’m the president, not a dictator” -BO

“To be clear, the dispute over executive amnesty is not between President Obama and Republicans in Congress; it is a dispute between President Obama and the American people.” –Ted Cruz

Many had a dream for our first Black President, predominantly black Americans, as he or she would be our very first black president, that’s why they turned out with over a 90 percentile vote for Obama (King must be doing somersault in his grave) Maybe these voters, many of whom had never voted, and honestly were uninformed about politics, and  particularly about Obama’s, jaded and quite honestly vile past which has caused deleterious effects  to many people’s lives. What they thought perhaps  was he’s someone like Martin Luther King, Jr., who dreamed of a future nation for his four children, void of race “. . . a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” Enter Obama , smooth, convincing, educated, and he plead a case for unity, not left or right but an all inclusive nation, he spoke a message of healing and truth. He “preached” about transparency in DC, and some, the uninformed in our nation, had hope beyond hope. Youth and minorities wanted a hip  and “caring for the cause” president.  But most of them now know the truth, and it is something far different. What they got in the first black US president (technically bi-racial) was not a dream, but a nightmare.  His “amnesty” order will be hurting minorities the most and they’re already hurting the most. Painfully and deeply in the lack of job opportunities, murder, substance abuse, broken homes, fatherless children, poverty and otherobama_king areas. The truth is Obama doesn’t care for anyone but Obama and his legacy. We’re here on the front lines with you Patriot Brothers and Sisters, and yes we’re waiting, waiting for our lawbreaking President to once again arrest the attention of legal U.S. tax paying citizens, along with those here illegally, those who are invading our country and burdening every aspect of our Federal and States systems. to again, break US Law. Obama’s own words make the best case against his lawless action. We are certainly praying for, and are hopeful that, Speaker Boehner & Senate Elect Majority Leader Mitch McConnell know that the American people have given them, and every member of the right side of the aisle another opportunity to show We The People that they can lead. Mitch  McConnell and John Boehner  would both do well in listening to intellectually honest, well spoken Patriots and colleague, Senators Mike Lee and Ted Cruz, who agree on what Ted Cruz wrote in the excerpt from Politico.

The Constitution designs a system of checks and balances for our nation, and executive amnesty for immigrants here illegally unilaterally decreed from the White House would seriously undermine the rule of law. Our founders repeatedly warned about the dangers of unlimited power within the executive branch; Congress should heed those words as the president threatens to grant amnesty to millions of people who have come to our country illegally. To be clear, the dispute over executive amnesty is not between President Obama and Republicans in Congress; it is a dispute between President Obama and the American people. The Democrats suffered historic losses in the midterm elections largely over the prospect of the president’s executive amnesty. President Obama was correct: His policies were on the ballot across the nation in 2014. The elections were a referendum on amnesty, and the voters soundly rejected it. There was no ambiguity. [read more]

The following is a must read for the POTUSTedCruzExecAmnesty

In Chapter 69, the president would be elected for a term of four years; he would be eligible for re-election. He would not have the life tenure of an hereditary monarch. The president would be liable to impeachment, trial, and removal from office upon being found guilty of treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. He would be accountable at all times to the country at large.

The president was also to be the commander-in-chief of all regular United States military forces and of the state militias when called into national service. The president would have only occasional command of the state militias, and only when authorized by the Congress.

In addition, the president would have the power to pardon all offenders except those found guilty in an impeachment trial. He would regulate foreign relations with the advice and consent of the Senate, and have other extensive powers. But since a president was to be elected every four years, he could not possibly become a “perpetual and hereditary prince” like the despised and “tyrannical” King George III of Britain.

In Chapter 70, there were some who argued that a vigorous executive was inconsistent with republican principles. All men of sense agreed, said Hamilton, about the “necessity of an energetic executive.” That necessary energy would come from unity, duration, adequate provision for its support, and competent powers. The first need was “due dependence on the people”; the second, due responsibility.

As to unity, Hamilton argued (largely to himself), that executive powers should be concentrated in a single chief magistrate, and not in a council or anything of that sort. The history of Rome and the ancient Greek republics proved this, as well as the operations under various state governments. As chief magistrate, the president should bear sole responsibility for his acts. There was no need of a “council to the executive.”

In Chapter 71, this is a prolix essay on why the president’s term in office should be limited and why a new election to the presidency should be held periodically: every four years, as proposed. Four years would be long enough, but not too long. That period would keep the president responsive to the changing views and interests of the people if he hoped for re-election.

In Chapter 72, the president should be eligible for re-election. Otherwise, the chief magistrate might become irresponsible. Knowing that he would not be called to account by the people for whatever he did, he might do whatever he pleased, making himself a fortune while he could.

A man having served four years as president would have more knowledge of statecraft and the inner workings of the government than one who had not. To exclude a president from seeking to succeed himself might well result in the “fatal inconveniences of fluctuating councils and a variable policy.”

In Chapter 73, the vigor of the executive branch depended on adequate provision for its support, to be determined by Congress. It was possible that Congress might decide to “starve” an unpopular president by reducing or abolishing his salary, or “tempt him by largesses” to surrender his judgment and discretion.

No provision in the proposed constitution was more “judicious” than this, said Hamilton: The president would receive for his services a compensation “which shall neither be increased nor diminished, during the period for which he shall have been elected, . . . and shall not receive within that period any other emolument from the United States or any of them.” This would make the president financially independent and free to move as his judgment dictated.

The president should have the power to exercise a qualified negative over the acts of the two legislative bodies. He could return all bills he objected to so that they could not become laws unless subsequently passed again, this time by a two-thirds vote in both houses of Congress. This would protect the president from having his powers whittled away by the legislature, and be a safeguard against hasty and ill-considered legislation. This would tend toward greater stability in government. To avoid a clash with the legislature, the president would be inclined to use his qualified veto cautiously.

In Chapter 74, among other requisite powers, the president was to be commander-in-chief of all regular United States military forces and of the state militias “when called into the actual service of the United States.” The propriety and reasons for this were so obvious, said Hamilton, that there was no need to discuss them.

The president was to have the power to grant pardons and reprieves for offences against the United States, “except in cases of impeachment.” There had been little criticism of this, Hamilton noted, except in relation to treason. Some argued that one or both legislative houses should be brought into proceedings involving the possible pardon of anyone convicted of treason. Hamilton saw some merit in that view, but concluded by saying that the power of granting pardons in treason cases should be left solely in the hands of the president, for “in seasons of insurrection or rebellion” the president could act more decisively and judiciously in granting amnesties. This might prevent the contending groups from coming to a violent and possibly disastrous collision.

[jwplayer mediaid=”194035″]

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (1)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (1)
  • Crazy (0)

A Bowl Full of Reid’s Cherries For The Pickins At Americans Peril & Eternal Expense #MakeDCListen

snipshot.reid.gore.UNLV.mag.cover.2009

There seems to be a stealth master plan of sorts to utilize a variety of Federal Government agencies for nefarious purposes aimed at diminishing or, removing altogether, the rights of the average hard-working, tax paying American citizen. Every State in the union should be on high alert that they might be next for Federal mandated selection by any variety of Federal ‘tools’ such as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)  to selectively pinpoint Americans staying true to the US Constitution and to Liberty within it’s well defined text as stated in The Declaration of Independence. We here at USDefenseLeague challenge all 50 States to immediately re-claim all non-ceded, or previously ceded lands and territories back from the increasing usurper of rights and freedoms the US Federal Government. We, like the Bundy’s believe that every State in our US Republic is sovereign. We are Federalists. That means we believe in State’s rights trumping Federal rights as per the 10th Amendment in our US Constitution.

Related Post: 

So we begin, at the beginning, with environmentally micro-focused and extraordinarily mis-aligned executor of all things Federal, the current US Senate Majority Leader  (D-Nevada) Harry Reid. Senator Reid’s pet projects just can’t get any wilder or should we say carnivorous! Just look here: read more

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (1)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (0)

Hannan & Friedman Correct Obama’s #SOTU Lies

Homework for USA!!! Please watch, take notes even. Share with all whom you know to help them see the truth clearly without the cloud of illusory propaganda which always surrounds the SOTU when Barack Hussein Obama speaks. It’s usually a rerun of his last speech anyway, lets be honest people.

The video is under 5:00 minutes, if you are pressed for time please watch from 1:31 on!

This is the truth about capitalism in society:

“The record of history is absolutely crystal clear that there is no alternative way, so far discovered of improving the lot of the ordinary people that can hold a candle to the productive activities that are unleashed by free enterprise citizens.” Milton Friedman to Phil Donahue -~PBN

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (2)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (3)
  • Crazy (0)

End of Year Must Read – 3 in 10 Americans Trust the Federal Government [Poll Question]

+–

In 2014 will you pushback the lying PC elitist fascist Marxist minority & take back the USA?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

ObamaAndCompany

About 70% percent of Americans called 2013 a bad or very bad year about 27% said a good year and just 3 percent calling it a very good year.

Our PBN staff have strong faith muscles and believe we have to do our best daily to walk the Lovewalk, we also know that capital “T” Truth preveils every time. For far too long now, the PC left have been trying to steal our nation and our Joy. Now Americans are finally standing up to the freedom gleaning fascists and telling them NO!! read more

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (1)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (0)

Wage Strikes Planned at Fast-Food Outlets

What ever happened to the burger flipper being an entry-level job? Regardless of how you feel about these fast food strikes, President Obama and the Democrats certainly aren’t helping with their policies that drive inflation to ridiculous heights. –PBN

Seeking to increase pressure on McDonald’s, Wendy’s and other fast-food restaurants, organizers of a movement demanding a $15-an-hour wage for fast-food workers say they will sponsor one-day strikes in 100 cities on Thursday and protest activities in 100 additional cities.

As the movement struggles to find pressure points in its quest for substantially higher wages for workers, organizers said strikes were planned for the first time in cities like Charleston, S.C.; Providence, R.I.; and Pittsburgh.

The protests have expanded greatly since November 2012, when 200 fast-food workers engaged in a one-day strike at more than 20 restaurants in New York City, the first such walkout in the history of the nation’s fast-food industry.

“There’s been pretty huge growth in one year,” said Kendall Fells, one of the movement’s main organizers. “People understand that a one-day strike is not going to get them there. They understand that this needs to continue to grow.” read more

What do you think of this post?
  • Offensive (0)
  • Funny (0)
  • Cool (0)
  • Obnoxious (0)
  • Scary (0)
  • Inspiring (0)
  • Crazy (0)