Obama Complains About USA's Racism To U.N. Human Rights Council

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Celebrating the Martin Luther King anniversary in his own special way.

AP- "In its first-ever report to the U.N. Human Rights Council on conditions in the United States, the State Department said some minorities are still victims of discrimination. Despite progress in reforming past unfair policies and practices, the report said "work remains to meet our goal of ensuring equality before the law for all.""

Bush ignored the Human Rights Council because of their history of opposing human rights. Is it surprising Obama takes this chance to apologize about Americans to the world?

Compare Garbage After Glenn Beck Rally Vs. Obama Inauguration

About as dirty as the last Tea Party:

Garbage left from Obama inauguration:

h/t gateway pundit

600,000 Attend Glenn Beck's Restoring Honor Rally at the Lincoln Memorial

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Despite predictable bias from the media painting the gathering as insignificant and racist, Glenn Beck's rally on the importance of American heroes drew approximately 600,000 spectators, in addition to the millions more watching it live on CSPAN, Facebook and other sites.

Watch the entire speech here.

Speaking, along with Sarah Palin, Dr. Alveda King (the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr) and others, Glenn Beck spoke of our nation's need to return to integrity, truth and honor, some of the principles upon which our nation was founded. He honored the sacrifices of the armed forces and raised more than $5-million dollars for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.

In related news, race identity-politics activist Al Sharpton held a small counter-rally saying Beck's rally went against Martin Luther King's Dream (which speech was held at the same location as Beck's rally exactly 47 years ago) and leading about 2,000 people in a 3 mile march. The 600,000 Americans at Beck's rally (of all races, creeds and political affiliations, and including the late Rev. King's own niece) strongly disagreed.

I Still Have a Dream

Friday, August 27, 2010

47 years ago Dr. Martin Luther King gave possibly the most influential speech ever given on American soil. Calling America out for its deliberate double racial standard, he demanded that it live up to its most cherished credo: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

We would do well to follow Rev. King's example. Our country is not living up to many more of principles upon which it was founded. Our founders guaranteed us freedom from an oppressive government that seized our property to waste it on political machinations, or to give it to those who do not work. They guaranteed us the right to determine our own laws and regulations, and not have them forced upon us by executive orders and judicial decrees. They guaranteed us protection from foreign and domestic terrorism. They guaranteed us that every life would be protected, whether the mother considered it one or not. Our current government is bouncing each of these checks.

Our government is now spending more money then it has ever in it's history combined and leaving we the people and our children the oppressive bill. These horrendously expensive programs are not by our consent and not for our benefit, but to solidify and increase the power of the ruling government. Judges and politicians are overruling the will of the American people with regards to gay marriage, illegal immigration and socialized medicine, shoving it down our throats, "Whether we like it or not." We have increasingly alarming instances of Muslim-extremist and Mexican druglord terrorism on American soil because the government refuses to take the necessary steps to stop it. Nearly 50,000 innocent children have been denied the right to live, often murdered in procedures that caused them great pain, all in the name of convenience.

America needs another new birth of freedom. The 1960s were the fight for racial equality. The 2010s will be the fight for reclaiming all Americans' rights back from the government that took them away. We must all awaken to our state of enslavement, cast aside our shackles and demand that our voices be heard. Starting November we will not allow America to be "remade" according to some radical Washington politicians. We will keep the progress we the people have made in racial and gender equality and restore the moral values and principles upon which this country was founded. We will create the nation that our founding fathers wanted to creat but couldn't, and the nation that our current government won't allow. Liberty. Equality of opportunity. Justice. Industry. Decency.

Meg Whitman Promises To Defend Proposition 8

Tuesday, August 24, 2010


examiner.com- "California Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman has all but assured that she will receive very little open support from Hollywood.

Unlike California’s current GOP governor and Dem attorney general, the former eBay executive announced that when elected she will defend Proposition 8, the initiative voted in by Golden State citizens to maintain the traditional definition of marriage.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown have both refused to carry out their sworn duties and defend the constitutional amendment from court challenges. Brown is Whitman's Democrat opponent in the upcoming governor’s race."

Gay 'Marriage' Proponents Seek Legal Fees From Prop 8 Supporters

Thursday, August 19, 2010


Our vote no longer matters. Marriage is dead. We aren't allowed to appeal. Our state constitution is overthrown- And now we may have to pay for the lawyers who fight against traditional marriage!

Advocate.com- "Attorneys representing two California gay couples in the federal Proposition 8 case may seek to recoup mounting legal fees from their opponents if an appeals court upholds U.S. district judge Vaughn Walker's landmark decision.

In court filings this week, the attorneys requested extended time to consider fees and court costs but have also asked Prop. 8 supporters for an expedited response in the matter — which they opposed in a Wednesday filing."

Democrats Push 9/11 Victory Mosque, Greek Church Blocked

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Nancy Pelosi called for an investigation of anyone who disagrees with the building of a victory mosque near the World Trade Center site in New York City. Obama likewise fiercly supports the Islamic Center. So does mayor Bloomberg, he has been pushing this project through as quickly as possible.

The U.N. funded mosque will replace a historic building which the city illegally refuses to protect.

Not only that, the city refuses to allow the reconstruction of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. Unlike the mosque, this Christian church previously stood there and was destroyed by the Muslim attack on America. Yet the Port Authority has blocked its reconstruction for 8 years.

Now I don't actually think we should block the construction of any Muslim mosque. It's their constitutional right. Callous and offensive, yes, but it doesn't infringe any zoning restrictions.

But the media is not reporting the illegal activity swirling around this mosque construction. The city is railroading this through and circumventing the normal construction checks. They refuse to protect the historic landmark already there, which it is their job to do. They refuse to let a Christian church be rebuilt, which proves that this is all about making 9/11 a victory site for radical Muslims.

Liberal Court Blocks Gay Marriages in California

Monday, August 16, 2010

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, notorious for it's liberal, judicial activism stepped in today to block rogue Judge Walker's decision to legalize gay marriage in California until they can review the case in December. The federal appeals court's actions echos the actions earlier this year when the U.S. Supreme Court stepped in to overrule Judge Walker's order that traditional marriage activists release their internal memos. Judge Walker claimed he was looking for evidence of anti-gay bias in the campaign, but the highest court (along with gay marriage-supporting the ACLU) found that his order (which he did also not give to pro-gay groups) violated privacy and free speech rights and was merely a tactic to scare away the defense's expert witnesses.

A federal appeals court put same-sex weddings in California on hold indefinitely Monday while it considers the constitutionality of the state's gay marriage ban.

The decision, issued by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, trumps a lower court judge's order that would have allowed county clerks to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples on Wednesday.

Chief U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker decided last week to allow gay marriages to go forward after ruling that the ban, known as Proposition 8, violated equal protection and due process rights of gays and lesbians guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.

The Proposition 8 legal team quickly appealed Walker's ruling in a case that many believe will end up before the Supreme Court.

(Read more)

Calif. Union Deny Life-Saving Seisure Training For Teachers

Sunday, August 15, 2010


Revealing the source of California's woes. The big liberal unions came together to deny lifesaving medication for children in schools in order to ensure open jobs for nurses and doctors.

Judge Walker Infringes State Law As He Denies Right To Appeal Prop 8 Decision

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Update: A commenter gives supposedly the e-mail address for Judge Walker: VRWpo@cand.uscourts.gov

AP reported that gay Judge Vaughn Walker gave Proposition 8 proponents until Wednesday to file an appeal. AP lamented that Walker won't force open gay marriages until then. But AP covers up the true story- Walker is denying Prop 8 proponents their right to appeal the ridiculous decision that overturns the voter-approved state constitution. A few days is obviously not enough time.

AP quotes gay marriage proponents who "just want equal rights" and doesn't interview any opponents. Naturally.

State law gives the proposition's proponents authority to defend the proposition in court, in case government officials refuse to do their job. Which is exactly what happened- Attorney General Jerry Brown and Arnold Schwarzenaeggro refused to do what they swore an oath to do (and they should both be jailed.) Why did the Gay Tyrant judge allow Prop 8 proponents to defend it in court if they aren't allowed to appeal it?

Walker argues in his opinion that there is no warranting an appeal because the defendants haven't shown any injury possible by the implementation of gay marriage. That is the reason he gives for denying them their constitutional right to appeal the Gay Tyrant's decision.

Not only are votes now irrelevant, we aren't allowed to appeal court decisions!

This isn't the first time Judge Walker infringed laws in this case. The Gay Tyrant tried to release the list of everyone who donated to the private organization which tried to protect marriage in all this. An appalling infringement of state and federal constitution, which the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes to censure his totalitarian actions.

Atlas Shrugged Movie Set to Release 2011

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

The virtual bible of independents, libertarians and many Tea Party conservatives is set to be released as a movie in the next year. Ayn (rhymes with "sign") Rand's modern epic novel of how one man stopped the engine of the world has inspired millions of readers since it was first published in 1957, a manifesto against controlling governments and institutions of all kinds: communist, euro-socialist, fascist, religious and yes, even American bureaucratic. To any organization that feels they have the right to confiscate your wealth and work without your approval, millions of people join in with the fictional hero John Galt in saying, "Get the hell out of my way!"

Will the movie live up to the power and legacy of the original book? Probably not. Rand fans are not hopeful upon seeing that the producers passed up a list of interested celebrities including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie for a cast of B-list TV actors. The set budget of $5 million is further thought to dampen its chances of replicating the richness of Ayn's work. Indeed, a "behind the scenes" video on youtube features directors and actors defensively posturing the movie as something fans may not like due to their unrealistic expectations.

I would encourage those wishing to get a sneak peak at the world of Atlas Shrugged to go for it before a mediocre movie dims their enthusiasm. If you're not ready to read the 1200 page book, here is a (very superficial) summary that will catch you up on the plot. Go ahead and read the chapter summaries there or on Free Cliff Notes to learn more.

Florida to Pass Immigration Bill Modeled After Arizona's

The Obama administration's unwillingness to enforce existing federal law to keep Americas safe from dangerous illegal immigrants has prompted yet another state to take matters into their own hands.

Florida's attorney general and a group of state lawmakers moved Wednesday to push the Sunshine State into the forefront of the national illegal immigration debate with a bill modeled after Arizona's controversial law -- only, they claim, with a better shot of withstanding a court challenge.

State Attorney General Bill McCollum, following the lead of Virginia's top prosecutor, also issued an opinion saying state law enforcement already have the right to ask about immigration status in the course of their duties.

"This legislation will provide new enforcement tools for protecting our citizens and will help our state fight the ongoing problems created by illegal immigration," McCollum, a Republican, said in a written statement. "Florida will not be a sanctuary state for illegal aliens."

(Read more)

A Muslim Gay Bar Next to Ground Zero Mosque?

Monday, August 9, 2010

I do have to admit I am curious what our bleeding-heart liberal friends have to say about this. Do they value gay rights or anti-American rights more? Oh the dilemma...

Redeye's Greg Gutfeld:

So, the Muslim investors championing the construction of the new mosque near Ground Zero claim it’s all about strengthening the relationship between the Muslim and non-Muslim world.

As an American, I believe they have every right to build the mosque – after all, if they buy the land and they follow the law – who can stop them?

Which is, why, in the spirit of outreach, I’ve decided to do the same thing.

I’m announcing tonight, that I am planning to build and open the first gay bar that caters not only to the west, but also Islamic gay men. To best express my sincere desire for dialogue, the bar will be situated next to the mosque Park51, in an available commercial space.

This is not a joke. I’ve already spoken to a number of investors, who have pledged their support in this bipartisan bid for understanding and tolerance.

As you know, the Muslim faith doesn’t look kindly upon homosexuality, which is why I’m building this bar. It is an effort to break down barriers and reduce deadly homophobia in the Islamic world.

The goal, however, is not simply to open a typical gay bar, but one friendly to men of Islamic faith. An entire floor, for example, will feature non-alcoholic drinks, since booze is forbidden by the faith. The bar will be open all day and night, to accommodate men who would rather keep their sexuality under wraps – but still want to dance.

Bottom line: I hope that the mosque owners will be as open to the bar, as I am to the new mosque. After all, the belief driving them to open up their center near Ground Zero, is no different than mine.

My place, however, will have better music.

Update: Greg received a tweet from the Muslim Mosque group asking him to "consider the sensibilities of Muslims" to "build dialogue"! And they're considering the sensibilities of 9/11 victims, New Yorkers and Americans?!!!

He also shares some possible names for the bar as well as some facts: such as they will offer 72 virgin drinks.

Gay Prop 8 Judge's Insanity: Children do not need mothers or fathers

"Children do not need to be raised by a male parent and a female parent to be well-adjusted, and having both a male and a female parent does not increase the likelihood that a child will be well-adjusted..."

"The gender of a child's parent is not a factor in a child's adjustment. The sexual orientation of an individual does not determine whether that individual can be a good parent. Children raised by gay or lesbian parents are as likely as children raised by heterosexual parents to be healthy, successful and well-adjusted. The research supporting this conclusion is accepted beyond serious debate in the field of developmental psychology."

Walker's evidence for this is from American Psychological Association which actually states: "Few studies are available regarding children of gay fathers." He doesn't cite this, but does cite a Q&A snippet from a side-bar of the brief brochure: "[S]ocial science has shown that the concerns often raised about children of lesbian and gay parents--concerns that are generally grounded in prejudice against and stereotypes about gay people--are unfounded."

Judge Vaughn Walker continues his insanity: "California law permits and encourages gays and lesbians to become parents through adoption, foster parenting or assistive reproductive technology."

Attorney General Jerry Brown "admits that the laws of California recognize no relationship between a person's sexual orientation and his or her ability to raise children."

"Attorney General admits that California law protects the right of gay men and lesbians in same-sex relationships to be foster parents and to adopt children by forbidding discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation."

"The evidence at trial regarding the campaign to pass Proposition 8 uncloaks the most likely explanation for its passage: a desire to advance the belief that opposite-sex couples are morally superior to same-sex couples. The campaign relied heavily on negative stereotypes about gays and lesbians..."

Judge Vaughn Walker is gay and close friend to San Francisco gay politicians. Judge Walker ruled in favor of "gay rights" in previous cases.

In 2005, gay judge Walker ruled against Oakland city employees who posted fliers promoting "natural family, marriage and family values." Walker wrote in his decision that the government should push "significant interests in restricting discriminatory speech about homosexuals. . . . a duty under state law to prevent workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation."

In 1999, he threw out a case against a boy whose teacher made "pro-gay comments" in the classroom (I can't find anywhere exactly what those comments were.)

via newsbusters

Supreme Court Upholding Gay "Marriage" Is 'Enormous Stretch'

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Update: The LA Times agrees that given the Supreme Court's actions on striking down Judge Walker's attempts to humiliate traditional marriage supporters, they are likely to rule against the invented constitutional right of gay people to revise the definition of marriage.

Interesting conversation on Face the Nation, CBS:


Michael Savage:

Federal Tyranny Proven By Proposition 8 Overthrow

Thursday, August 5, 2010

A liberal judge overthrew DOMA because, he said, federal government can't define marriage as excluding gays. It is up to the states. Not because it is discriminatory but because it is up to the states.

Well, now radical gay federal judge Vaughn Walker overthrows a state constitution that defines the word marriage while affording equal rights to gays. So the message here is that ANYTHING is up to the states.... unless the judge doesn't like how the states handle it.

Judge Vaughn Walker, is gay and close friend to San Francisco gay politicians. Judge Walker ruled in favor of "gay rights" in previous cases.

In 2005, gay judge Walker ruled against Oakland city employees who posted fliers promoting "natural family, marriage and family values." Walker wrote in his decision that the government should push "significant interests in restricting discriminatory speech about homosexuals. . . . a duty under state law to prevent workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation."

In 1999, he threw out a case against a boy whose teacher made "pro-gay comments" in the classroom (I can't find anywhere exactly what those comments were.)

But this isn't really about gay rights when it comes down to it. This whole thing was about a word- marriage. Civil unions were equal, but the gays (more like the liberals who instigated them) wanted the word marriage, which has previously been religious and sacred. Now it is secular. This is the federal government overthrowing our constitution and the vote of the people. Naturally they first target the family and religious freedoms. With the stroke of his pen, this gay tyrant overthrew the vote of 7 million people, and it will soon spread to all 320 million people in this country.

As we pointed out earlier, the Gay Tyrant even tried to release the list of everyone who donated to the private organization which tried to protect marriage in all this.

Gay Judge Overrrules Prop 8, Voter Definition of Marriage

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Who gets to decide if the traditional definition of marriage, in place since the dawn of humanity, will now be changed to accommodate the feelings of a troubled minority who don't fit the description. The government? The people? Judges and lawyers? We live in what kind of republic again? What's the purpose of marriage again?

No one who knew anything about this case didn't see this coming. The openly gay judge Vaughn Walker ruling on Prop 8 harassed lawyers defending the voters of California during the whole trial, and at one point tried to force them to release the names of the citizens who donated to the National Organization for Marriage so that they could be harassed and intimidated as we saw around the time Prop 8 passed in California, by about the same margin as Obama was elected president. He only backed down when the liberal ACLU (who is helping fund the fight for gay marriage) no less said he was violating the rights of traditional marriage activists and the U.S. Supreme Court censured his illegal actions!

Judge Vaughn Walker's court has been a sham from the beginning. Now, on to the Supreme Court!

A federal judge on Wednesday overturned a California ban on same-sex marriage, ruling that the Proposition 8 ballot initiative was unconstitutional.

The ruling by U.S. District Judge Vaugh Walker, one of three openly gay federal judges in the country, gave opponents of the controversial Proposition 8 ballot a major victory.[...]

Defense lawyers called just two witnesses, claiming they did not need to present expert testimony because U.S. Supreme Court precedent was on their side. The attorneys also said gay marriage was an experiment with unknown social consequences that should be left to voters to accept or reject.

Former U.S. Justice Department lawyer Charles Cooper, who represented the religious and conservative groups that sponsored the ban, said cultures around the world, previous courts and Congress all accepted the "common sense belief that children do best when they are raised by their own mother and father."

In an unusual move, the original defendants, California Attorney General Jerry Brown and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, refused to support Proposition 8 in court.

That left the work of defending the law to Protect Marriage, the group that successfully sponsored the ballot measure that passed with 52 percent of the vote after the most expensive political campaign on a social issue in U.S. history.

[Fox News]

On the day of Chelsea Clinton's wedding...

Sunday, August 1, 2010


Save the Constitution

Declaration of Liberty

In memory of our God, our Nation, our Religions, our Freedom, our Peace, our Families and our Fallen Dead;

WE THE PEOPLE declare that We will Never Yield to those who would place us in bondage. We will live for the Constitution and we will die for the Constitution, for we know that it was inspired of God for all of his Children.

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