LT Col North On Foreign Policy Obama Should Be More Like Reagan – America’s News HQ

February 23, 2014 in President Obama, President Ronald Reagan, United State Military, US Military, Veterans

Oliver NorthLT Col North On Foreign Policy Obama Should Be More Like Reagan – America’s News HQ
Libyan leader Col. Moammar Kadafi Threaten The Line Of Death 1986
Ronald Reagan Quietly Told The U.S. Navy You Will Cross The So Call line of death & If They Come After You Shoot The Down

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Obama Admin Masters Of Pain! – Making Shutdown Hurt Americans As Much As Possible – Lou Dobbs

October 5, 2013 in Abuse of Power, America's Collapse, Anarchist, Anarchy, Congress, Debt Crisis, Debt Limit, dictator, DICTATORSHIP, Fiscal Cliff, Freedom, Generational Theft, Government, Homeland Security, Hope and Change, Politics, President Obama, Propaganda, United States Constitution, United States Sovereignty, Veterans

masterObama Admin Masters Of Pain! – Making Shutdown Hurt Americans As Much As Possible – Lou Dobbs
Workers Are Being Order To Make It As Painfull As Possible To Americans

Open Air Memorials, Monuments Remain Close As Government Shutdown Hits Day 4

Obama Admin Is Also Forcing 100 Of Privately Operated Businesses On Federal Land To Close!

Defense Department Violating Military Voter Laws

September 8, 2012 in United State Military, United States Constitution, US Military, Veterans, Voter Fraud

A group of Republican senators is seizing on a new inspector general’s report that criticizes the Defense Department’s voter assistance operations, accusing the Pentagon of disregarding the will of Congress and violating the law.

In a letter to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and five other Republicans wrote that DOD was violating the 2009 Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act, which required troops and their families access to voter assistance on military bases.

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The Defense Department Inspector General’s office released a report this week in which half of its attempts to contact voter assistance offices on military bases failed, and it found not all of the offices had been set up.

“With great disappointment, we have concluded that the Department of Defense stands in clear violation of a central provision of this federal law, which mandated the creation of on-base voter assistance offices,” the senators wrote. “The price of DoD’s failure to follow the law will likely be paid this November by military service members and their families, whose voting rights were to have been safeguarded by this provision.”
The Pentagon pushed back against the report in a press conference Wednesday, saying that the reason DODIG failed to reach many of the offices was that they had outdated contact information.

“I spent 25 years in the Army, and I voted absentee. And I can tell you that I only wish that when I was in uniform, I had access to the tools and resources that are available to our men and women today,” said Pam Mitchell, acting director of the DOD Federal Voting Assistance Program.

The inspector general’s report concluded that one reason not all of the offices had been established was due to lack of funding, but the Republican senators called that claim “disingenuous.”

“DoD has never asked Congress for this funding,” they wrote. “It is sometimes said that the budget is policy and, here, it appears that DoD’s policy was to disregard the clear will of Congress.”

In addition to Cornyn, the letter was signed by Sens. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), Richard Burr (R-N.C.), Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) and James Inhofe (R-Okla.).

Allen West Visit to Lexington Green Sponsored by Gerry Dembrowski for State Senate

August 5, 2012 in America's Heritage, Patriotism, Politics, US Military, Veterans

Gerry Dembrowski Congratulating US Representative Allen West  upon receipt of his “Citizen Patriot” Award

Col. Allen West’s visit to the Lexington Battlefield Green and Dr. Gerry Dembrowski’s Fundraiser in Winchester, was met with tremendous amounts of patriotic enthusiasm and support.  As retired military and an avid history buff, Col. West’s purpose in visiting the Lexington Green was to pay homage to Prince Estabrook in front of the monument erected to commemorate his patriotism and service to our country.

Prince Estabrook was a black slave and Minutemen Private who fought and was wounded at the Battle of Lexington, the first battle of the American Revolutionary War. An undated broadside from the time identified him as “a Negro Man”, spelled his name Easterbrooks, and listed him among the wounded fr a “Citizen Patriot”  Award to om Lexington. Born around 1741, he was a slave belonging to the family of Benjamin Estabrook from whom he most likely took his name.

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Prince Estabrook was honored in 2008 by the city of Lexington with a monument erected in front of Buckman Tavern as being the first black combatant of the American Revolution and for representing the thousands of slaves who fought for their country even though their own freedom was not afforded to their people until almost a hundred years later. The inscription on the marker reads:

In Honor of Prince Estabrook — Prince Estabrook was a slave who lived in Lexington. At dawn on April, 19, 1775, he was one of the Lexington Minute Men awaiting the arrival of the British Regulars at the Buckman Tavern. In the battle which followed, Prince Estabrook was wounded on Lexington Green. Through circumstances and destiny, he thus became the first black soldier to fight in the American Revolution. — This monument is dedicated to the memory of Prince Estabrook and the thousands of other courageous black patriots long denied the recognition they deserve. — Donated by the Alice Hinkle Memorial Fund — April 21, 2008″

After paying his respects at the  Estabrook monument, Col West visited Buckman ‘s Tavern where surprised patrons once again spontaneously displayed their admiration and passion for  Col. West.  From Lexington, Col. West made his way to Lucia’s restaurant in Winchester where he was once again met with an outpouring of enthusiastic support. Gerry Dembrowski’s Campaign then presented the Col with the very appropriate “Citizen Patriot” award. We would like to thank Gerry and his campaign i folks for allowing us to meet  one of our Country’s foremost  “Citizen Patriots.”



Military Groups Up in Arms Over Obama Campaign Ohio Lawsuit

August 5, 2012 in Election, US Military, Veterans

Obama campaign sues Ohio over early voting law for military
Published August 04, 2012

In a move that puts new meaning to the term battleground, President Obama’s re-election campaign and members of some military groups are on a collision course over voting rights in the critical state of Ohio.
The Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee have filed a lawsuit to block a new state law allowing men and women in uniform to vote up until the Monday right before an election, while the cutoff on early voting for the rest of the public is three days earlier.
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Top Obama campaign officials told Fox News in interviews that the lawsuit in no way tries to restrict the voting rights of military members. All they are trying to do is even the playing field for all voters in Ohio by allowing early voting up until Monday for everyone, including members of the military, because they believe a two-tiered, early-voting process is unfair.
“Along with the DNC and Ohio Democratic Party, this campaign filed a lawsuit to reinstate equal, early-voting rights for all Ohioans — rights the Republican-controlled legislature arbitrarily stripped away this past year,” Jim Messina, Obama’s campaign manager, told supporters in an email.
However, the National Guard Association and other military groups have fired back, saying it’s “offensive” for Democrats to suggest in the lawsuit it’s arbitrary for service members to get special consideration.
Men and women in uniform typically get more time than other voters to send in absentee ballots since they may be serving in an overseas or domestic location that is not close to their home polling station.
“I’m just outraged by this,” Mike DeWine, the Republican state attorney general in Ohio, told Fox News. “I can’t believe the Obama campaign and the state Democratic Party are actually saying there’s no rational basis for a distinction between someone who is in the military voting and someone who is not in the military.”
The stakes in this legal battle are huge because Obama is anxious to keep Ohio’s 18 electoral votes in the Democratic column this November. He has already visited the state nine times this year alone.
Since no Republican has won the White House without carrying the Buckeye State, GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is fighting just as hard and on Friday lashed out at the Democrats’ lawsuit.
“President Obama’s lawsuit claiming it is unconstitutional for Ohio to allow servicemen and women extended early voting privileges during the state’s early voting period is an outrage,” he said Saturday. “I stand with the 15 military groups that are defending the rights of military voters, and if I’m entrusted to be the commander-in-chief, I’ll work to protect the voting rights of our military, not undermine them.”
The Obama campaign responded Saturday by saying, “Mitt Romney and his campaign have completely fabricated a claim that the Obama campaign is trying to restrict military voting in Ohio. In fact, the opposite is true. The Obama campaign filed a lawsuit to make sure every Ohioan, including military members and their families, has early voting rights over the last weekend prior to the election.”
While the lawsuit does not restrict the ability of military personnel to cast their ballots early, both sides know how volatile an issue this can be.
When Democrats tried to block some military ballots in Florida during the contentious recount of 2000, it was a political and public relations disaster — until then-Vice Presidential nominee Joe Lieberman intervened.
“Vice President Gore and I would never authorize and (would) not tolerate a strategy that was aimed at disqualifying military ballots,” Lieberman told “Fox News Sunday” shortly before Gore conceded the election to Republican George W. Bush.
Military veterans in Ohio who support Obama stress that this time nobody is trying to prevent service members’ votes from being counted.
“I just find it troubling that the Republicans would use veterans groups as cover fire for their real mission,” former Congressman John Boccieri, D-Ohio, told Fox News in an interview. “Their real mission quite obviously is to restrict people from voting three days before the election.”
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Obama Campaign is Suing Ohio over Military Special Voting Privilege

August 3, 2012 in Election, United State Military, Veterans

Obama campaign sues Ohio over early voting law for our Military

Published July 17, 2012 Associated Press 

President Obama’s re-election campaign is suing Ohio’s top elections official in a dispute over a state law that restricts early, in-person voting during the three days before Election Day.

The lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court in Columbus follows a series of election law changes cleared by the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature and signed by its Republican governor, John Kasich.�
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Obama’s campaign and Democrats argue that the law unfairly ends early, in-person voting for most Ohioans on the Friday evening before the election but gives military personnel and overseas voters until Monday to cast ballots.

Before the changes, local election boards could decide whether to allow in-person voting during those final three days.

In 2008, about 30 percent of Ohio’s total vote came in before Election Day.
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Chick-Fil-​A Appriciation Day Today nationwide – August 1 2012

August 1, 2012 in 1st Amendment, Anarchy, Chick-fil-A, Constitutional, President Obama, Socialist, Veterans

Barack OBama Said The samething Before he For It & Nobody Said Anything!

1st Amendment I guess Only apply if you agree with what they Agree to.

The feeling I have as A Veteran & a Citizen When See Someone Burning Our Flag & Have To tolorate Their Right To Burn That Flag.

Why is It One Sided. God Bless The United States Of America

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Chick-fil-A supporters plan appreciation day Published August 01, 2012 Associated Press

ATLANTA – Supporters of Chick-fil-A are planning to eat at restaurants in the chicken chain as the company continues to be criticized for an executive’s comments about gay marriage.

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a Baptist minister, declared Wednesday national “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.”

Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy told the Baptist Press last month that the Atlanta-based company was “guilty as charged” for backing “the biblical definition of a family.” That unleashed a torrent of criticism from gay rights groups and others, who have called for boycotts and efforts to block the chain from opening new stores.

Opponents of the company’s stance are planning “Kiss Mor Chiks” for Friday, when they are encouraging people of the same sex to show up at Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country and kiss each other.

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Chick-Fil-A caught in political firestorm over gay marriage

Jul 30, 2012 – 5:46 – Cal Thomas talks about the media coverage of Chick-Fil-A political firestor

Obama Administration’s DOJ Teams Up with ACLU to Dispossess Korean War Veterans of their Memorial

July 26, 2012 in Abuse of Power, Congress, Constitutional, DOJ, Politics, President Obama, United State Military, Veterans

The Obama Administration’s Department of Justice and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (The MOST OVERTURNED Appeals Court in America) are colluding to remove La Jolla Korean War Veterans of their War Memorial.
The ACLU has been clandestinely negotiating with the Department of Justice without including the group that actually maintains the cross and memorial site. Let’s call our Senators and Congressmen and tell them to support the War Veterans and their memorial.

Supporters vow to keep cross in California veterans tribute despite court ruling


Published July 25, 2012

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For decades, there has been a First Amendment battle raging over the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial in La Jolla, Calif., where a large cross anchors a tribute to Korean War veterans.

Because it sits on public property, the American Civil Liberties Union has long argued that the cross amounts to an unconstitutional entanglement of government and religion. 

In 2011, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed, triggering an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, but in June, the high court justices declined to hear the case.

Oddly, the 9th Circuit, while ruling the cross illegal, didn’t order it removed. The parties were left to begin negotiations about what to do with it. “We’re going to go back and talk to the district court and talk to the government, and we will work at arriving at an appropriate remedy,” ACLU attorney David Loy said at the time.

But just days ago, attorneys for the Mount Soledad Memorial Association learned that the ACLU has been negotiating with the Department of Justice without including the group that actually maintains the cross and memorial site. That sparked concern on Capitol Hill. 

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., a veteran himself, notes that there is a federal law in place protecting the memorial. Hunter worries that rather than fighting to uphold the law, the Justice Department may be negotiating away the protections outlined in the law.

“If the DOJ is not going to enforce congressional law, they’re going to go off on their own in what appears to be lockstep with the ACLU. That puts the cross in danger,” he said.

Hunter, along with fellow California Republican Rep. Brian Bilbray, sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder requesting more information about the negotiations and demanding that the Memorial Association be included in future talks. The lawmakers also requested an immediate meeting with Justice officials, but Hunter says that was refused.

On Thursday, a federal judge is scheduled to hold a hearing involving the parties, and now it appears that hearing will be focused on the issue of negotiations and which organizations must be included in talks about what to do with the cross.

Attorneys for the Memorial Association say they will take the opportunity to lodge serious objections to the “secret negotiations” between the ACLU and Justice Department and will not agree to any resolution that involves taking the cross down from its current spot.

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