Social unrest will occur when food shortages begin, providing excuse for martial law
I’m reblogging this because none of the Bill of Rights can be eliminated, they are unalienable…so more homework needs to be done on this, and since this is the only article on the web about it, we need to find out the bill and see what’s in it.
The MSM wants you to believe that Hillary is far ahead, let’s prove them wrong!
This really is a superb speech, he gets better all the time. Can anyone doubt that what this man says is the absolute truth. Please God, protect him and make him our 45th president.
I guess the folks at The Last Refuge must have read my blog here at mugwumps and seen my post, because now I’m not even getting their posts.
You know, so much of what they publish is just exactly where all of us are and we sooooo agree with them. I am so sorry they have reacted the way they have.
Now I will have to remember to go in and look at what they have up, and will probably forget most of the time.
It was another student that accused the boy of saying something “racist,” but the boy’s mother said he was talking about “snacks, not skin color,” according to Philly.com.
“He said they were talking about brownies. Who exactly did he offend?” the mother, Stacy dos Santos, asked incredulously.
When the boy’s father was contacted later in the day, he was informed that the matter was referred to the New Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency. It is also reported that the boy stayed at home for his last day of third grade.
But lest it appear that this was an overreaction from the school, as the mother described it, this is actual protocol, decided upon at an earlier meeting between the police department, representatives from the county prosecutor’s office and school officials at William P. Tatem Elementary School in Collingswood.
It was decided that any incident that could be deemed criminal should be reported to authorities, even something “as minor as a simple name-calling incident that the school would typically handle internally,” Police Chief Kevin Carey said.
After that meeting, it is noted that officers were called more often than ever to investigate incidents, sometimes as many as five incidents per day in the span of a month.
Dos Santos said this incident has left her son “traumatized” and is looking to enroll in another school next year:
“I’m not comfortable with the administration [at Tatem]. I don’t trust them and neither does my child. He was intimidated, obviously. There was a police officer with a gun in the holster talking to my son, saying, ‘Tell me what you said.’ He didn’t have anybody on his side.”
Other parents are echoing these concerns, calling the increased police involvement “ridiculous” and “harmful.” One teacher from another school who has children in the Collingswood district said, “Some of it is just typical little-kid behavior. Never in my years of teaching have I ever felt uncomfortable handling a situation or felt like I didn’t know how to handle a situation.”
Trump made the comments in an appearance on the O’Reilly factor, in the wake of the latest ISIS attack in Europe, with scores of people being killed by bombs at Istanbul airport in Turkey.
Trump said that Obama and Hillary Clinton had the opportunity to make sure ISIS was “wiped out quickly and effectively,” while it was still in its infancy, but they failed to do so.
“Now it’s a very large group of people and its only getting bigger and if [Clinton] gets in, it will be massive and we won’t even have a country anymore,” Trump said.
“We will be afraid to walk outside.” the nominee added.
“One other thing,” Trump stated, “they are letting tens of thousands of people come in from Syria and nobody knows who these people are and a lot of those people are ISIS.”
Trump also urged that Hillary Clinton is not “tough enough” to take on the terror group.
“She’ll never get tougher,” he said. “It’s not going to happen.”
Following the attack in Turkey on Tuesday, Trump warned that the threat of terrorism is at its highest ever.
“The terrorist threat has never been greater,” Trump wrote in a statement.
“Our enemies are brutal and ruthless and will do anything to murder those who do not bend to their will. We must take steps now to protect America from terrorists, and do everything in our power to improve our security to keep America safe.” the statement concluded.
“I am sympathetic to a lot of the people attracted by Trump’s message, who are feeling really left out and left behind,” Clinton said during a YouTube Creators summit in Los Angeles.
“I’m not sympathetic to the xenophobia, the misogyny, the homophobia, the Islamophobia, and all of the other sort of dog whistles that Trump uses to create that fervor among a lot of his supporters,” she added.
Clinton also suggested that Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan is some sort of “code for ‘Go back to the time when a lot of people were not included, including women, including African Americans, Latinos, and a lot of other people.’”
She also suggested that Trump continues to make a “veiled appeal” to supporters by inciting violence.
“That has to be rejected, that’s contrary to our values,” she said.
Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com
An agent from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) filed a Report of Investigation (ROI), tracking a gun used in the Paris attacks to a Phoenix gun owner who sold it illegally, the source said.
The investigation traced the ownership history of the gun using a 4473 form, which documents, among other things, the gun’s serial number.
The Phoenix gun owner whom the weapon was traced back to had two previous federal firearms violations, one for selling a weapon illegally and another for possessing an unregistered automatic weapon.
Despite the two previous violations, no law enforcement action was taken against the owner. Instead, “ATF leaders went out of their way to keep the information under the radar and ensure that the gun owner’s identity was ‘kept quiet,’” according to law enforcement sources.
“Agents were told, in the process of taking the fully auto, not to anger the seller to prevent him from going public,” a veteran law enforcement official said.
The ATF, under the auspices of Operation Fast and Furious, convinced straw purchasers to sell weapons to arms traffickers, who then sold the guns to Mexican drug cartels. The cartels, in turn, sold many of the weapons to contacts in the Middle East.
United States Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was murdered by two men who used weapons acquired through Fast and Furious.
In an interview on the Alex Jones Show, Lt. Colonel Matt Smith-Meck, working on behalf of Terry’s family, revealed the depth of Fast and Furious.
“Explaining the nexus between Fast and Furious and the Middle East, Smith-Meck claimed Mexican traffickers were already on record meeting with foreign purchasers in 2010, and weapons linked to the operation later showed up in Morocco,” wrote Adan Salazar.
When asked about the ROI report linking the weapon used in the Paris terror attack to the Phoenix gun owner, ATF spokesman Corey Ray said “I’m not familiar with the report you’re referencing.”
Thursday, June 30, 2016
The tables have turned in this week’s White House Watch. After trailing Hillary Clinton by five points for the prior two weeks, Donald Trump has now taken a four-point lead.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey of Likely U.S. Voters finds Trump with 43% of the vote, while Clinton earns 39%. Twelve percent (12%) still like another candidate, and five percent (5%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Last week at this time, it was Clinton 44%, Trump 39%. This is Trump’s highest level of support in Rasmussen Reports’ matchups with Clinton since last October. His support has been hovering around the 40% mark since April, but it remains to be seen whether he’s just having a good week or this actually represents a real move forward among voters.
Trump now earns 75% support among his fellow Republicans and picks up 14% of the Democratic vote. Seventy-six percent (76%) of Democrats like Clinton, as do 10% of GOP voters. Both candidates face a sizable number of potential defections because of unhappiness with them in their own parties.
Clinton appears to have emerged relatively unscathed from the release this week of the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s report on her actions as secretary of State in connection with the murder of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans by Islamic terrorists in September 2012. Rasmussen Reports will be releasing new numbers on Clinton and Benghazi at 10:30 a.m. Eastern today.
Trump made a major speech on jobs and trade on Tuesday that even the New York Times characterized as “perhaps the most forceful case he has made for the crux of his candidacy …. that the days of globalism have passed and that a new approach is necessary.” Some also speculate that last week’s vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union signals a rise of economic nationalism that is good for Trump. Despite the media panic and market swings that have resulted, Americans are not particularly worried that the “Brexit” will hurt them in the pocketbook.
The latest terrorist carnage – this week in Istanbul, Turkey – also may be helping Trump who is arguing for a harsher response to radical Islam than Clinton. Voters remain lukewarm about President Obama’s national security policies and expect more of the same if Clinton moves back into the White House next January. Trump, if elected, will definitely change things, voters say, but not necessarily for the best.
The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on June 28-29, 2016 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.
The U.S. economy historically has had an average annual growth rate of 3.3% but has fallen short of that number in every year of Obama’s presidency. Still, his fellow Democrats give the president positive marks for his economic performance and think Clinton would do more of the same. Trump is expected to make the economy better by all voters – except Democrats.
Trump how holds a 14-point lead among men, while Clinton leads by six among women. The candidates are tied among those under 40, while Trump leads among older voters.
Clinton continues to hold a wide lead among blacks. Trump leads among whites and other minority voters.
Among voters not affiliated with either major party, Trump leads by 18 points, but 28% of these voters like some other candidates or are undecided.
Eighty-nine percent (89%) of voters who Strongly Approve of the job Obama is doing choose Clinton. Trump has 86% support among those who Strongly Disapprove of the president’s job performance.
Events in recent weeks suggest that Trump is already running a third-party candidacy against the establishments of both the Democratic and Republican parties.
Clinton has called for more gun control following the recent terrorist killings in an Orlando, Florida nightclub; Trump disagrees. Support for additional gun control has risen to its highest level ever, but voters are evenly divided over whether more gun buying restrictions will help prevent future shootings like the one in Orlando.
Fewer voters than ever think the government gives the right amount of attention to the threat of Islamic terrorism here at home.
A tie vote in the U.S. Supreme Court last week upheld a lower court ruling that halted Obama’s plan to exempt millions of illegal immigrants from deportation. Clinton has vowed to take the president’s amnesty plan even further. Trump wants to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and deport many of those who are here illegally. Most voters continue to oppose Obama’s plan as they have from the start and believe instead that the U.S. government needs to more aggressively deport illegal immigrants.