Posts Tagged: Janet Napolitano

This has bad written all over it

This has bad written all over it

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Trusted Travelers? Not long after 9-11 I listened to Bernie Keirik speak at a meeting I was attending. He spoke of a “9-12 mentality” and warned against it- warned against forgetting the lessons of the past. His words leaped to the front of my mind as I read this: DHS questioned over decision to let… Read more »

Has Obama released the next Ramon Hernandez?

Has Obama released the next Ramon Hernandez?

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Drunk driving illegal kills baby They are powerful images. One is of an anguished young mother lying in a hospital bed holding her lifeless baby. The other is of the father, saying a prayer over the tiny boy just before handing him over to the Office of the Medical Examiner. It was the only time… Read more »

Billions of rounds of hollow points, black helicopters- what does it all mean?

Billions of rounds of hollow points, black helicopters- what does it all mean?

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At IBD Andrew Malcolm asks the question: Why are the feds loading up on so much ammo? In a puzzling, unexplained development, the Obama administration has been buying and storing vast amounts of ammunition in recent months, with the Department of Homeland Security just placing another order for an additional 21.6 million rounds. Several other… Read more »


Say What? July 9th, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka: “Let’s call this right-wing ‘freedom’ catch phrase what it really is: a grossly political strategy to dupe the public, which holds the word ‘freedom’ as something sacred.” He further warned that people might opt out of social security, out of a union or out of paying union dues.


Say What? June 18, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who recently banned larger than 16 oz. sodas in New York City: “if government’s purpose isn’t to improve the health and longevity of its citizens, I don’t know what its purpose is.”  Classify this under, “I earned my nickname, Nanny Bloomberg.”


Say What? February 6th, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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President Obama, for about the 100th time: “We can’t go back to the policies that led to the recession.”

Nancy Pelosi: ” President Obama was a job creator by, on day one..”


Obama: I can so hold you indefinitely without trial if I want [Reader Post]

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In his latest signing statement Obama said:

“My administration will not authorize the indefinite military detention without trial of American citizens,” Obama said in the signing statement. “Indeed, I believe that doing so would break with our most important traditions and values as a nation.”


Say What? June 13th, 2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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Chris Matthews, after Mitt Romney said he believed in global warming: “”He [Romney] believes in science. Republicans on the right hate science, remember?  Certainly Rush does.  That’s ahead.  The battle between the college guys and the rubes. ”

Chris Matthews, who is becoming almost a parody of himself: “If [Weiner] stays, [Democrats] never get the leadership [in the House] back. They never get the speakership back. Because the people in the rural areas of this country who are Christian, conservative, culturally – you can say `backward’ if you want – they don’t like this stuff.”


Napolitano: The border is not out of control [Reader Post]

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It’s jaw dropping.

“Many of our country’s safest communities are actually at the border….”

Two Americans were gunned down while waiting to cross one of those safest borders


Say What? 3/29/2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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Barbara Boxer, who (eventually) vehemently opposed us going to war in Iraq, recently said of Obama going into Libya: “This is different; you’re facing a dictator who vowed…to destroy his own people.”

Bill Moyers: “{NPR is] independent reporting that toes neither party nor ideological line. We’ve heard no NPR reporter — not a one — advocating on the air for more government spending (or less), for the right of abortion (or against it), for or against gay marriage, or for or against either political party, especially compared to what we hear from Fox News and talk radio on all of these issues and more.