Jan 262015
 

06b5f6bc-bb8d-4a5e-9ef7-eb1f47b6ff33Newsmax: “President Barack Obama will propose protecting 1.4 million acres of Arctic refuge from oil and gas drilling, The Washington Post reported on Sunday. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee chairman Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, called it “a stunning attack on our sovereignty.”

The move is certain to spark yet another fight with Republicans, who have fought for 35 years over how to manage what is known as ANWR, or the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The vast region has huge petroleum reserves but also provides critical habitat for caribou, millions of migrating birds, polar bears and other wildlife.

“What’s coming is a stunning attack on our sovereignty and our ability to develop a strong economy that allows us, our children and our grandchildren to thrive,” said the new Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee chairman, Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, in a statement to the Post.”

Opinion: Have you noticed your electric bill lately?  The Energy Department predicts retail power prices will rise 4 percent on average this year, the biggest increase since 2008.

New and tighter pollution rules and tough competition from cleaner sources such as natural gas, wind and solar will lead to the closings of dozens of coal-burning plants across 20 states over the next three years. And many of those that stay open will need expensive retrofits.

Forty percent of home electricity is coal driven and President Obama does not like coal.

In one of his few truthful statements in the past 7 years, the future president said “So, if somebody wants to build a coal plant, they can — it’s just that it will bankrupt them, because they are going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that’s being emitted.”

The war on oil is much more significant. Without coal we learn to use blankets, without oil the nation stops.

 

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Jan 232015
 

foreignThe New American: “To comply with unconstitutional pseudo-treaties negotiated by the Obama administration without the consent of Congress or any semblance of constitutional authority, the IRS announced that it will be sharing private financial information on U.S. bank account holders with foreign powers. No warrant is needed for foreign governments or tyrants to peruse the sensitive information at will — including brutal communist regimes and possibly even criminals or hackers.

Under the new data-exchange scheme unveiled by the Internal Revenue Service last week, any foreign government that has signed an unconstitutional “Intergovernmental Agreement” (IGA) with the Obama administration has automatic access to the private financial data of its residents with U.S. accounts or assets, including Americans.

On the IRS list of foreign governments that will soon be able to access (and potentially abuse) the private financial information of their subjects and even some Americans are many of the most murderous and corrupt regimes on Earth.”

Opinion: Ok, let’s add 2+2 and see if it equals 4.

President Obama is signing onto the UN Arms Treaty, UN climate protocols, UN internet controls, and now private citizen data-sharing in violation of the 4th Amendment.

Interestingly, Ban Ki Moon’s term as Secretary General of the UN ends on December 31, 2016 while President Obama’s term as President of the United States ends 19 days later on January 20, 2017.

Pardon me while I once again climb out on a limb:

Excerpt from our book Antichrist The Search For Amalek: “President Obama, nearing the end of eight tumultuous years, was ready for a new job, and as fate would have it, one was about to be offered to him.

Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, was ready to announce his retirement to be effective at the end of his term on December 31, 2016. The world was ready for new leadership, and Ban, nearing seventy-two, was exhausted.

The UN vacancy, if accepted, would be a perfect fit for the internationally popular US president. By the end of summer 2016, the upcoming US elections were in full swing …”

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Jan 072015
 

speakerThe Weekly Standard: “The office of House speaker John Boehner announces it’s kicking off the new Congress with a series of jobs bills.

The press release reads:

House Republicans have pledged to continue making the American people’s priorities – jobs and the economy – our priorities and are wasting no time getting started, kicking off the first week of the new American Congress with action on three bipartisan jobs bills. Here’s a look at what they are, and how they’ll help more Americans find work:

Opinion: Way to go, Mr. Speaker.

  • No need to worry about the nation’s borders or the thousands of illegals coming in from Syria
  • No need to worry about the 7,500,000,000,000 in new debt added under the current president
  • No need to worry that ISIS is taking the Middle East by storm

It’s jobs! The one thing that government cannot solve, that’s the ticket!

 

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Dec 312014
 
NYPD Arrests Down 66 Percent amid Safety Concerns, Rift with De Blasio

Breitbart: “New York Police Department arrests were down “66 percent” during the week of Christmas, compared to arrests for the same time period in 2013. This drop comes as “officers feel betrayed by [Mayor Bill de Blasio] and fear for their safety.” According to the New York Post, the “66 percent” drop in arrests is complimented

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Dec 132014
 
Boehner’s Spending Deals Increased Debt $3.8T in 3.8 Years

CNS News: “The federal debt has increased by $3.8 trillion in the 3.8 years that have passed since House Speaker John Boehner cut his first spending deal with Senate Democrats and President Obama. That works out to $32,938.38 for every household in the United States—including those taking federal welfare benefits—and $42,783.20 for every full-time year-round

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Nov 122014
 
Why Obamacare Architect's Admission of Dishonesty Should Matter to Every American

Breitbart: “Five years ago it was already obvious that the Obama administration and congressional Democrats were engaged in an elaborate deception, a series of them really. But back then most of the media and much of the public didn’t seem to believe it. Now things have changed. A list of administration lies might be a

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