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ILLEGAL HEALTH CARE WORKER MURDERS 12 PATIENTS

Rev. Austin Miles
Did you know that Democrat-Communists accuse anyone as being a racist who inquires about someone’s legal status?  Yes, this is the latest, despite the fact that intruders from Central America are mostly connected with the cruel murderous gang, MS-13.  Gang-style murders committed by illegal aliens have become common both on the Maryland and Virginia sides of Washington, D.C.


Yet nobody in the George Soros “main stream” media has reported on the immigration status of these roaming killers. The ‘press’ has been silent on that point. And of real concern is the close proximity to Washington, D.C., the most important area of The United States.  It would not take much for them to show up to interrupt and cause havoc in the houses of Congress and Senate.
Last week, three teens, including two confirmed illegal aliens from El Salvador, were charged with first degree murder in Prince George County, Maryland for literally butchering to death a 14 year old with a bat and machete.  So when was the last time this happened? It did not until now.
This grisly crime has taken place now as the Democrats feel it is their duty to open the borders and overwhelm America with illegal hoodlums, for the purpose of weakening America. The Democrats are an evil party who want this evil to infect our country. Their obvious connection to Satan is compelling.
Here is the full story with embedded links documenting that this is COMMON:
The Soros owned media has refused to inform the public that an illegal, who had barged into this country and obtained employment as a health care worker murdered at least 12 elderly women in Texas.  Billy Chemimir (the name he gave), a 46 year old healthcare worker, had already been charged with capital murder in March of 2018 in the death of Lu Thi Harris, 81, according to One News Now, but was indicted on Tuesday for 11 additional deaths.
Chemimir, a citizen of Kenya (like Obama) was living illegally in the United States and smothered his victims with a pillow and then robbed them.  This illegal savage killed them to rob them. So the government benefits are not enough for them.
 Here is another brutal attack on citizens by illegals to steal their money, unreported by the so-called ‘mainstream media.’
A group of 8-10 Somali teenagers armed with hammers attacked and injured several people at a rail station in Minnesota on Friday night, May 17th. This took place at the East Bank Light Rail Station near the University of Minnesota and, now get this, the infamous Little Mogadishu neighborhood. Yep, the robbers own neighborhood. There were several injuries.
One witness stated that it was a group of Somalis who were attacking anyone who looked like they had money or were white. Remember it was a Somali who threw the little boy off a balcony in a mall. It would seem that profiling would be in order.
The district where the attack happened is run by, Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar and has been labeled as “the terrorists recruitment capital of the U.S.” by Fox News.
In 2016, investigative journalist Ami Horowitz exposed the radical ideology of citizens who live in little Mogadishu as they openly admit they would prefer Sharia Law over the U.S. Constitution.
For God’s sake people, WAKE UP!!  Never EVER vote for a Satanic Democrat Communist.  Vote them all out of office in this next election.
There was a time when every country had a border that was impenetrable. Going into another country one was met with a guard house with armed soldiers. A barrier was lowered so one could not go forward. You were to show your papers, your passport and any other identification, and declare who you were going to see and why. When the guards were satisfied with your ID, the gate would open. Every country was secure.
To simply throw open the borders so anyone from anywhere can waltz in and out as they please has caused nothing but chaos and given every criminal open territory. This does not work and must be stopped.
As for these misled clergy who chirp how we must be hospitable and show love and caring, this minister would like to stuff their mouths full of Mr. Whipple’s product. Preachers, there comes a time when WISDOM is required for the sake of all.
ANALYZING TODAY’S NEWS FOR TOMORROW’S HISTORY

Mother Whose Son Murdered by DREAMer Illegal Alien Breaks Down in Rally Speech

SHITS
by Matthew Boyle for BREITBART.COM
RICHMOND, Va. — Laura Wilkerson, a Texan whose son Josh was murdered by an illegal alien who would have qualified for amnesty under a DREAM Act-like law, emotionally broke down and cried during her speech here at Jefferson Park in downtown Richmond on Monday night at the first stop of the “Stop Amnesty Tour.”
“My name is Laura Wilkerson,” she said. “My husband George and I live just outside Houston, Texas. We’ve been married 25 years and we’ve raised three children. Our youngest son, Joshua, was brutally murdered on Nov. 16, 2010, by a kid who was a classmate of him. We found out later he was from Belize, brought here illegally by his parents when he was about 10 years old. I’m just going to tell you the story. It’s sad story. If I cry, don’t let it bug you. It’s part of my daily routine at this point. I hope that it makes you mad, because I think Josh deserved to live if only because he was an American citizen.”
After Mrs. Wilkerson warned the audience of the likely coming outpouring of emotion, she trudged forward with the details about what happened to her son. “It was a typical Tuesday,” she said. “Joshua was in his senior year of high school and he was 18 years old. It was November and he would have graduated in May. He came in in the morning when I was getting ready for work and said ‘bye, Mom. I’m leaving to go to school.’ I said, ‘okay, I love you Josh. I’ll be home early today. I’ll be home around 1 o’clock.’ He said ‘I love you too, Mom.’ I said, ‘see ya.’ I stood there at the glass door and watched him get in his truck and he got to the end of the street and turn. I shut the door and went on and proceeded to get ready for work, never knowing it would be the last time I see him.”
Around 1:30 p.m., after she had not heard from Josh, she said “mother’s instinct” or perhaps God, made her think something was not right. “Josh was the kind of kid that he’d never been in trouble over a traffic ticket,” she said. “He always let me know where he was. I texted him and said ‘just let me know you’re okay.’”
After Josh did not respond to that text message, Mrs. Wilkerson said she “became frantic.”
“I just started to drive around and look,” she said, fighting off tears by this point in her speech. “I drove by a couple of his friends’ houses that I thought maybe he would go to and by the gym that he went to. Nothing. I looked around for about an hour or two and by the police station, no wrecks, no one in the hospital. Then I happened to look to the left and I saw his truck parked in a parking lot, a strip center by a dumpster. I stopped at it and looked at it. I could tell something was wrong; it had been driven through a field. There were seeds and grass, which was out of the ordinary. So, I called my husband to come. He came, and we called the police. They came, and in just a few minutes they asked me over and they slid open the dumpster next to the truck.”
Through sobs, Mrs. Wilkerson said the police then said to her: “Mom, are these his things?”
“Yeah,” she responded, as police pulled Josh’s shoes, backpack and other belongings out of the dumpster his truck was parked next to.
“I knew then he was dead, not coming home,” Mrs. Wilkerson said. “I just didn’t know how or why. None of it made sense to me. At any rate, we were finally told to go home from that parking lot at 11 at night. So we went home, just shocked and stunned, not knowing anything.”
Around 3 a.m., she said, police came back to see her and her husband at their home and informed them they had a suspect in custody. Police told them to be back at that parking lot at 6 a.m. because Texas Equusearch, a mounted search, recovery and rescue team in the state, was going to look for Josh. “We think he’s hurt and we think he needs help,” she said the police told her. “And we need to find him.”
“Now, when you hear the words, none of it makes sense,” she said. “It doesn’t make sense. The word ‘suspect’? You hear that every day, I thought. Nothing makes sense to me. At any rate we went to the parking lot the next day and Texas Equusearch looked for Josh with ATVs, boats, sonar, horses. They walked a grid. The community just poured out for Josh. It was incredible. It was just unbelievable. We stayed in that parking lot until dark and then we went home.”
About 20 minutes later, police visited their home again. “The detectives, they came in and I just looked at them,” Mrs. Wilkerson said. “I said, ‘you found him.’ They said ‘yes.’ I said, ‘what did he look like?’ He said ‘I didn’t see him.’ I should have known that he did, but he didn’t want to tell me about it.”
Wilkerson said she will always remember the look on the detective’s face when he told her the suspect in custody, Hermilio Moralez, was not in America legally.
“I’ll never forget looking in that detective’s eyes as he was telling me, ‘yeah this kid is in the country illegally,’” Mrs. Wilkerson told the crowd in Richmond. “I said ‘where are his parents?’ He said, ‘we can’t ask him.’ He couldn’t ask them because it was a sanctuary city at that time. I thought, ‘really? You could pull me over and ask me any question under the sun, legally, but you can’t ask that?’ It just made no sense to me. It stuck in my head forever.”
After two years of waiting for a trial, the Wilkersons finally got more answers and saw Moralez convicted in January of this year. At the trial, she said, “the horror was just incredible.”
“We found out later that what he [Hermilio Moralez] did was he asked Josh for a ride home from school and Josh said, ‘sure,’” Mrs. Wilkerson said. “I think he’d given him a ride home two or three times before. He took him actually to his parents’ house. For some reason, we found out later why, what he did to Josh was he hit him in the nose, and this is what the kid tells from the stand, he hit him in the nose so hard that it would blind him so that he couldn’t fight back. Then he kicked him so hard in the stomach. Josh was about this big around and he weighed about 100 pounds in the body bag. He kicked him so hard in the stomach that his liver sliced in two and his spine sliced in two. He ruptured his spleen. He took a closet rod and beat Josh over the head so hard with it that it broke in four pieces. He strangled him, then let him go. Strangled him, let him go. Per the medical examiner, it was just torturous. After he murdered him, as he said, when Josh quit having bloody bubbles come out of his nose, he knew he was gone, he tied him up like an animal with about 13 ropes from his the back of his neck to the back of his hands, to the back of his feet. He covered his head with his school shirt. Then he put him in the back of my son’s truck and he drove around and he took two dollars out of Josh’s wallet and he stopped and bought gas. Then he took him to a field and he took his wallet and school ID out and just placed it by the body. Then he doused him with gas and set him on fire. It was just incredible. You just don’t even believe something like this will happen to your family, let alone to just your kid. What we saw in the beginning of the trial, in the opening, was the police going out to this itty bitty trail and there you saw, when they finally got to Josh, you finally saw him in the fetal position, barefooted, charred, bound up. The policeman said he looked like a doll. He didn’t even look real. He looked so tiny. Then after that in the trial the next picture was of his face after they removed his shirt. It was horribly disfigured by the closet rod. So one of the last pictures I saw of Josh was one where his face is just — one of his eyebrows is here, and the other is very low. It’s something you don’t want to be reminded of.”
Mrs. Wilkerson said that during the trial, Moralez “was proud on the stand.”
“He got up there and said he was trained to kill and that Josh had kicked his dog and that his killing skills took over,” she said. “From the stand, his said his culture was very different than ours. And he really was excited about what he had done. He never once showed any amount of remorse or sorrow for what he did to Josh.”
She told those at the rally that, “I assure you this was my 9-11. This was my terrorist attack.”
“It was as if a bomb went off in my family,” she said. “And we will forever be picking the pieces up. Forever. We’ll never be the same. Ever. To have to stand up here and think about this Gang of Eight and it makes no sense to me. Why aren’t they mad that they allowed someone to just walk across a border and kill an American citizen? I want you to be mad about it more than I want you to be sad for me.”
Wilkerson said she had to call her oldest son home from serving the U.S. Air Force so he could learn what happened.
“It’s ironic that I had to call the American Red Cross to get a hold of my oldest son Adam, who is serving in the United States Air Force defending this country, to bring him home for two weeks to bury his little brother,” she said. “No one in this country was defending him or us because the borders are wide open. It’s not just about missing Josh. The fallout from this is just forever for my family. I’ve seen this. We’re broken. That’s why you don’t see a lot of families testifying. It takes everything you can do to get up and still earn a living and to breathe and to start over. So you don’t see a lot of people who can do it. It’s tough. It will just never, ever be the same. I want people to be mad. I want people to be mad you can just come across this border.”
Wilkerson thanked

Rep. Steve King (R-IA)

77%
Liberty Score
Voting Record
C
77%
Rep. Steve King (R-IA)

for being one of the few members of Congress willing to stand up for Americans on this issue, and berated those who are will not fight for justice as being part of the problem.
 
 

Is Sharia law in Texas such a bad thing?

My comments:  If the author of this piece doesn’t feel threatened by Shariah Law in America, he’s not done his homework.  Their goal is total and complete takeover of America.
By Rodger Jones for DALLASMORNINGVIEWS

MUZZIES

Students take part in a Texas Muslim Capitol Day rally at the Texas Capitol, Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015, in Austin, Texas. Hundreds of Muslims gathered for the rally as part of their biennial Texas Capitol lobbying day. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

I was so much hoping to get a Q&A lined up with Rep. Jeff Leach of Plano on the subject of Sharia Law in Texas. He’s got a bill that would prohibit family court rulings based on foreign legal codes if that violated our own constitutional protections.
These kinds of bills and state constitutional amendments have popped in several states and have been adopted in a bunch. They’re widely accepted as trying to keep the Islamic legal code at bay.
A story in the Houston Chronicle mentioned Leach’s bill in its coverage of the anti-Muslim furor at the Capitol last week. Excerpt, referencing Mustafaa Carroll, the executive director of the Houston chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations commenting on Leach’s bill:
“We feel it’s a red herring and it’s just meant to mar the community,” Carroll said of House Bill 562 by Rep. Jeff Leach, R- Plano.
Leach, however, welcomed the group to the Capitol on Thursday when tweeted, “All Texans are welcome at YOUR Capitol – and all Texans are always welcome in my office. Come one. Come all!”
I did my reading on the anti-Sharia movement, including a profile of its intellectual progenitor, a Hasidic Jew from New York. Fabulously interesting how Jews and evangelical Christians buddy up on these things. The latest state to ban intrusion of foreign legal codes was Alabama, in November. Some critics there thought it was pointless and political grandstanding to get Christian votes.
One take on the anti-Sharia movement, from the Wall Street Journal:
The movement is motivated largely by a handful of organizations that claim Islamic Sharia law and, to a lesser degree, laws of other nations, are creeping into courtrooms and American life, especially in divorces and child-custody disputes. Sharia, loosely defined as a set of moral and religious principles in Islam, is woven into the legal systems of many Muslim nations. It covers issues ranging from what to eat and drink to structuring a loan to setting up an inheritance and divorce, among other things.
I so much was interested in Leach’s assessment, because of the demographics of his district, in Collin County. The Religion Census estimated the county’s Muslim population at more than 23,000 in 2010 — one of the top 20 concentrations in the U.S.
Alas, Leach’s office says things are too busy this week for him to pull away for the Q&A I was trying to line up. Darn. I wanted to hear what his constituents say about his bill — Muslims and Christians both. And I wanted his take on some of the wild stuff I saw on the Internet, like the depiction of a “Lone Star Mecca” taking shape right under our noses.
Should we be concerned?
Then I saw a piece on Sharia put together by Breitbart Texas, the website that will cover what mainstreamers are often reluctant to touch. The headline:
ISLAMIC TRIBUNAL CONFIRMED IN TEXAS;
ATTORNEY CLAIMS ‘ITS VOLUNTARY’
OK, I’ll bite.
The less sensational (compared to the headline) account of this Sharia Law tribunal (see its website here) makes it sound like a panel of church elders imparting judgment according to the faith. The Breitbart story offers this, quoting one of the tribunal judges:
In matters of divorce, El-badawi said that “while participation in the tribunal is voluntary, a married couple cannot be considered divorced by the Islamic community unless it is granted by the tribunal.” He compared their divorce, known as “Talaq,” as something similar to the Catholic practice of annulment in that the church does not recognize civil divorce proceedings as ending a marriage.
You know, I don’t feel threatened by this, maybe because the judge offered a comparison to rulings from the Catholic Church, my church. Here’s more:
Breitbart Texas asked what happens when there is a conflict between Sharia law and Texas law. El-badawi said most of the time, the laws are in agreement. When pushed further he admitted that, “we follow Sharia law.” However, he explained, “If the parties are not satisfied with the tribunal’s decision, they do not have to accept it and they can take the matter to Texas civil courts.” He did not say what the social ramifications of rejecting the “judge’s” decision would be.
This seems similar to the way people of other faiths might seek mediation from church wise men. Don’t mainstream Jewish and Christian congregations offer those kinds of services?
Consider, too, that the New Testament includes an injunction against taking a Christian brother to court. The church is a better place to solve disputes, according to some interpretations. From Corinthians 6:1-8 (pretty snappy for a Catholic guy, eh?):
Can it be that there is no one among you wise enough to settle a dispute between the brothers, 6 but brother goes to law against brother, and that before unbelievers?
This year’s legislative session is not the first shot for an anti-Sharia bill. Leach was a joint author of one two years ago, but it didn’t get a hearing. I was going to ask Leach if things have changed politically on the issue, if he expected a hearing this time.
I wonder, too, if this is the kind of bill that a member will file, to just say he’d done so for certain constituents, while hoping at the same time that it doesn’t come up for a hearing.
The GOP has enough trouble looking like bullies. It’s got the college tuition bills that look punitive against Hispanic kids. It’s got the inevitable anti-”sanctuary city” bills that chase mythology of officials harboring illegal immigrants. And now Muslims, with that blowup at the Capitol last week and the backhand from tea party freshman Rep. Molly White.
Could a Sharia bill be bad politics? It depends. Maybe I’m naive and don’t know what insidious Islamic conspiracies lurk right under my nose in Richardson. Does the Halal meat served by my favorite hamburger joint mean something more?
On the other hand, I could envision articulate, highly educated, reasoned Muslim witnesses before a House committee effectively explaining Sharia tribunals for members. It might make it hard for Leach to press the case for his bill and also look like a person who’s focused on the state’s real problems.
Leach is getting his footing on transportation issues, having held public meetings on the subject in his district. Leach also put together a coalition of officeholders to fight toll expansion in Collin County. Today, he filed two bills on roadway funding.
He’s going to make headway on these issues and grow his House profile only if he’s a problem-solver and not a problem-maker for the Republican Party.
Chasing Muslims might not help him get where he wants to go.

He Saved Her Through An Open Window. But When they Tow the Car He Can’t Believe What He Sees

By FOR LIFEBUMP.COM

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=pIBo_B6Wy8c

In Texas and Oklahoma, May 2015 was marked by massive rainstorms and flooding. In Houston alone, firefighters were required to perform 500 water rescues.

And from a pup named Zeva, who saved her humans by waking them when the floodwaters started permeating their house, to a drone pilot that helped locate and rescue a couple from their home, remarkable stories of rescues have come out from all over.

But the mysterious details surrounding this story, which was originally reported in 2012, may defy all others.

As Charlene was driving home from work in a terrible rainstorm, her SUV slipped into ten foot deep flood waters. Unfortunately, she didn’t know how to swim.

Many tried to rescue her from her vehicle— a doctor even banged on the windows with a stick to try and break the glass — but they were unsuccessful, and Charlene’s car began to sink underwater.

Howard Absetz, however, was able to reach through a car window and grab hold of the frantic woman. He then pulled her out of the car and with the help of the fellow rescuers, she was safely taken to shore.

When investigators towed her car out of the water, they found something perplexing— all four windows of the car were closed, including the front window that Absetz reached through to grab Charlene.

How he was able to get her out, no one can explain.

“There was something there, I can’t explain it,” said Absetz. “But something happened for her to be able to be alive today and me be able to pull her out.”

It’s miraculous moments like these that remind us that someone is truly watching over us…

Defeat of Con-Con in Texas Will Spur Other State Efforts

Written by  for THE NEW AMERICAN MAGAZINE

In Texas, we’ve affectionately dubbed the state’s biennial legislative meeting the “Lege.” But by Lege’s end, one group wasn’t feeling the love. A highly contentious issue over, of all things, the U.S. Constitution was responsible.

Of all the important measures considered this year, the proposal of an Article V constitutional convention (or “con-con”) was perhaps the least understood among Lege watchers.

The effort calls for a national convention to propose new amendments to the U.S. Constitution. But by the June 1 adjournment of the Texas legislature, proponents of the effort were fuming over the measure’s failure, while those in opposition were preparing to saddle up for the real work: educating more folks on the dangers of such a convention.

One well-placed legislative aide quipped that he was bumfuzzled by the sheer number of bills filed this session, particularly those dealing with an Article V convention, given the make-up of this year’s body. Why? This year’s crop is believed to be more conservative than ever, wanting less government and fewer regulations, so one would think the body would reflect that, right? But this batch filed more bills than previous legislatures of a more liberal bent. Go figure. State Representative David Simpson called it “an avalanche of bills,” this year’s total clocking in at 6,276.

As to the article V convention, supporters and critics agree that Americans face grinding national debt, a combative executive branch, spineless congressional members, and government gone off the rails. So the solution offered by a con-con seems at first glance a quick fix for an urgent problem.

But opponents point out that such a convention could put at risk the solid tenets of the nation’s founding document.

Article V of the U.S. Constitution, and the ensuing debate surrounding a call for another constitutional convention have been extensively examined by The New American for over three decades. While the idea’s not new, this latest round of activity exposes an unprecedented level of organization by national groups to garner sufficient support for a convention. Indeed, it could now be called a movement.

So what happened in Texas? The state has long been considered critical for the con-con movement’s success. A bellwether state, it has a biennial legislature, so it was more than a little important to proponents of the measure that it pass Lone Star muster this year — that is, if national momentum wasn’t to be lost.

Well-organized national groups such as WolfPac, Americans for Congressional Reform, the Madison Coalition, and Compact for America, all had a presence in the Texas capital of Austin this year, but none had the high profile exhibited by the additionally well-funded Convention of the States (CoS, a project of Citizens for Self-Governance), which had been lobbying lawmakers for 18 months preparing for 2015’s opening day.

Despite the pro-con-con pressure, T.J. Scott, a well-known state Republican activist, Travis County precinct chair, and former member of the State Platform Committee, doesn’t see Congress abiding by any new amendments resulting from an Article V convention. He declared,

They don’t live by the document as it is! One of the goals of Article V convention folks is a Balanced Budget Amendment. Well, we have that in Texas, but we have the third largest debt in the nation. How does that happen if you have a law requiring a balanced budget? Off-budget items is how! The federal government will use smoke and mirrors to circumvent a balanced budget, just like happens in Texas.

I don’t think these reps [authors of Article V bills] really believe a convention will solve the problem, but they’ll be able to say they tried. I’ve questioned Paul Workman (R) [author of HJR 79, a bill calling for a convention for the purpose of proposing a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution] about the Balanced Budget Amendment, and how it doesn’t work in Texas. He waffles and can’t answer how it will be any better at the federal level.

Eight (depending on your count) different bills relating to an Article V convention were filed and entered the legislative pipeline. But as the initial committee hearings got underway, critics say some interesting things began to happen.

The first hearing in the House State and Federal Power and Responsibility Committee, limited to invited “expert” testimony (not the public), involved speeches from five witnesses, four of whom were in favor of an Article V convention, and were also from states other than Texas. Of those four, three witnesses didn’t get the measure passed in their own states, and the fourth voted for TARP — hardly something you’d want on your curriculum vitae when advocating the goal of fiscal responsibility in someone else’s state.

The presence of out-of-state witnesses (added to contacts in representatives’ offices from out-of-state volunteers) was a puzzler — until one considers the fact that a concerted national effort is needed to achieve simultaneous passage of con-con bills in the required 34 states.

Left unanswered is why state representatives should be influenced by anyone other than their own constituents.

And more than a few eyebrows were raised about the fact that the committee chairman, Representative Phil King, is also a national chair of ALEC (the American Legislative Exchange Council), which advocates a constitutional convention. And so the fact that King was hearing his own bill in a committee he chairs, for the very goals pushed by ALEC, had some pundits observing that it was simply too close to a conflict of interest for comfort.

Be it noted also, that while CoS decidedly claims a “convention of the states” is not the same thing as a constitutional convention, Representative King himself used the terms interchangeably in the authorship of his con-con bill — one of those being considered.

About mid-session, a different late-night committee hearing was cancelled for lack of a quorum. That left representatives from WolfPac, who had flown from the East Coast to testify, seething. Understandably, if you fly that far, you want to be heard. The Texas state director acted quickly to calm the situation. None of WolfPac’s supporters opted to talk with The New American. The group has its own Article V agenda, one to promote free and fair elections, with a goal of “starting the conversation.” WolfPac’s policy, however, is not to engage other media, and the East Coasters were left to try another day. But the possibility the committee would be influenced by even more outsiders began to irk attendees.

Supporters of the effort for a constitutional convention claim to be largely conservative Republicans, but the issue divided both chambers regardless of party or ideology. One weary Democrat had the most practical objection we heard all session: “If these well-organized groups put all the effort they’ve spent in organizing this toward actually electing good representatives, we wouldn’t need this thing.”

The general tenor of Article V cheerleaders is one of urgency driven by a “last, best hope” theme, but it falls short under serious examination. Opponent Barbara Harless of North Texas Citizens Lobby attended multiple hearings and discovered that many CoS supporters were unfamiliar with the Constitution they claimed to be there to defend. She observed,

If people would read and understand our Constitution, I can’t help but think they’d be surprised that the answers for the nation’s problems are already in the document! It’s frustrating to find that so much energy and effort has been expended by folks who haven’t even read it!

Indeed, we found across the board an unwillingness to entertain any invocation of the 10th Amendment, nullification, or interposition — all constitutional remedies — by con-con proponents.

And an even more dangerous situation exists that went largely unheeded by the House. Texas carries an unlimited call for a constitutional convention, it having remained open since 1899. Should a modern convention be called, there’s nothing to restrain delegates from invoking the unrestricted feature of this previous call, rendering promises of a limited convention meaningless. A bill to close this loophole died in committee.

And in the final Senate hearing, another out-of-stater, former Georgia state Rep. Delvis Dutton, appeared to testify in favor of HJR 77 in what would be the last shot for the most substantive of the convention bills. The hearing proved the death knell for the bill, especially after committee member Senator Craig Estes (R) addressed the committee, expressing, in no uncertain terms (at the seven-minute mark) that he had no intention of supporting the bill, and every intention of filibustering it if necessary on the Senate floor. After which Dutton told a group that the Texas Senate “is disgusting,” citing his inability to get an audience with senators. It was uncertain why he expected one, but disgusted he was, and accused some activists of being closed-minded about the whole question.

Senator Estes’ remarks were so unfavorable to Article V fans, and prompted such outrage among them, that national CoS director Mark Meckler penned a vitriolic national response on the CoS website, and radio personality Mark Levin resorted to his signature name-calling.

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=1m0gm1a3Llc

The invective delivered about the Senate was unnecessary, and strategically unfortunate. Texans in opposition to an Article V convention don’t understand how these folks hope to gain ground by insulting members of the Lege. CoS agreed to talk with The New American about the bills, but had not returned our call by publication time.

While CoS claims to have pounded the Texas Senate with more than 22,000 e-mails in one week, supplied thousands of petition signatures, and more thousands of phone calls to lawmakers, the group had its nose out of joint that its “majority constituency” was ignored. However, as many supporters as the bills had, there were that many more Texans who are against this effort. Maybe lawmakers did listen to their constituents.

In Dutton’s railing against the Texas Senate, he told his listeners that Americans should be trusted to do the right thing in forcing a convention to restrict itself to limited amendments. But these same Americans are the ones who elected the current, hopeless batch we call Congress.

After running the gauntlet of this year’s legislature, Ms. Harless opined that an informed electorate would go a long way. “If people understood a 34-page Constitution as well as they understand a 200-page NFL Rule Book, the government would be self-restraining. There’s no need for this,” she explained.

Many Americans have depended on The New American for solid research about an Article V convention. The John Birch Society, its parent organization, has unwaveringly scrutinized this issue for three decades, and always advocates for an informed electorate. We say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

Expect more activity on the Article V front in the next legislative session in your state.

 

The New American Veteran – Chris Kyle Funeral

GallantFew’s mission is to connect new veterans with hometown veteran mentors, thereby facilitating a peaceful, successful transition from military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose.

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I just wanted to share with you all that out of a horrible tragedy we were blessed by so many people. Chris was (my son’s) teammate through 10 years of training and battle. They both suffer/suffered from PTSD to some extent and took great care of each other because of it.

 

2006 in Ramadi was horrible for young men that never had any more aggressive physical contact with another human than on a Texas football field. They lost many friends. Chris became the armed services number #1 sniper of all time. Not something he was happy about other than the fact that in doing so he saved a lot of American lives. Three years ago, his wife Taya asked him to leave the SEAL teams as he had a huge bounty on his head by Al Qaeda. He did and wrote the book The American Sniper. 100% of the proceeds from the book went to two of the SEAL families who had lost their son in Iraq. That was the guy Chris was.

 

He formed a company in Dallas to train military, police and I think firemen as far as protecting themselves in difficult situations. He also formed a foundation to work with military people suffering from PTSD. Chris was a giver not a taker. He along with a friend and neighbor, Chad Littlefield, were murdered trying to help a young man that had served 6 months in Iraq and claiming to have PTSD.

 

Now I need to tell you about all of the blessings. Southwest Airlines flew in any SEAL and their family from any airport they flew into free of charge. The employees donated buddy passes and one lady worked for 4 days without much of a break to see that it happened. Volunteers were at both airports in Dallas to drive them to the hotel. The Marriott reduced their rates to $45 a night and cleared the hotel for only SEALs and family.

 

The Midlothian, Tx. police department paid the $45 a night for each room. I would guess there were about 200 people staying at the hotel. 100 of them SEALs. Two large buses were chartered to transport people to the different events and they also had a few rent cars. The police and secret service were on duty 24 hours during the stay at our hotel.

 

At the house the Texas DPS parked a large motor home in front to block the view from reporters. It remained there the entire 5 days for the SEALs to congregate in and all to use the restroom so as not to have to go in the house. Taya, their two small children and both sets of parents were staying in the home. Only a hand full of SEALs went into the home as they had different duties and meetings were held sometimes on a hourly basis.

 

It was a huge coordination of many different events and security. (My son) was assigned to be a pall bearer, to escort Chris’ body when it was transferred from Midlothian Funeral Home to Arlington Funeral Home and to be with Taya. Tough job. Taya seldom came out of her bedroom.

 

The home was full with people from the church and other family members that would come each day to help. I spent one morning in a bedroom with Chris’ mom and the next morning with Chad Littlefield’s parents (the other man murdered with Chris). Tough job.

 

Nolan Ryan sent his cooking team, a huge grill and lots of steaks, chicken and hamburgers. They set up in the front yard and fed people all day long. The 200 SEALs and their family. The next day a BBQ restaurant set up a buffet in front of the house and fed all once again. Food was plentiful and all were taken care of. The church kept those inside the house well fed.

 

Jerry Jones, the man everyone loves to hate, was a rock star. He donated use of Cowboy Stadium for the services as it was determined that so many wanted to attend. The charter buses transported us to the stadium on Monday at 10:30. Every car, bus, motorcycle was searched with bomb dogs and police. I am not sure if kooks were making threats trying to make a name for themselves or if so many SEALs in one place was a security risk…I don’t know. We willing obliged. No purses into stadium!

 

We were taken to The Legends room high up and a large buffet was available. That was about 300 people. We were growing. A Medal of Honor recipient was there, lots of secret service and police and Sarah Palin and her husband. She did not impress me. She was taking the opportunity to be interviewed for TV and dressed in high clog shoes and corduroy jeans. She looked nice, but this was a very formal military service. She was not dressed appropriately. The service started at 1:00 and when we were escorted onto the field I was shocked. We heard about 10,000 people had come to attend also. They were seated in the stadium seats behind us. It was a beautiful and emotional service. Bagpipe and drum corps was wonderful and the A&M men’s choir stood through the entire service and sang right at the end. We were all in tears.

 

The next day was the 200 miles procession from Midlothian, Tx. to Austin for burial. It was a cold, drizzly, windy day, but the people were out. We had dozens of police motorcycles riders, freedom riders 5 chartered buses and lots of cars. You had to have a pass to be in the procession and still it was huge. Two helicopters circled the procession with snipers sitting out the side door for protection.

 

It was the longest funeral procession ever in the state of Texas. People were everywhere. The entire route was shut down ahead of us and people were lined up on the side of the road the entire way. Firemen down on one knee, police officers holding their hats over their hearts, children waving flags, veterans saluting as we went by.. Every bridge had fire trucks with large flags displayed from their tall ladders….people all along the entire 200 miles standing in the cold weather. It was so heartwarming. Taya rode in the hearse with Chris’ body so (my son) rode the route with us. I was so grateful to have that time with him.

 

The services were at Texas National Cemetery. Very few are buried there and you have to apply to get in. It is like people from Civil War, Medal of Honor winners a few from the Alamo and all the historical people of Texas. It was a nice service and the Freedom Riders surrounded the outside of the entire cemetery to keep the crazy church from Kansas that protests at military funerals away from us.

 

Each SEAL put his Trident (metal SEAL badge) on the top of Chris’ casket one at a time. A lot hit it in with one blow, (my son) was the only one to take 4 taps to put his in and it was almost like he was caressing it as he did it. Another tearful moment.

 

After the service the governor’s wife, Anita Perry, invited us to the governor’s mansion. She stood at the door and greeted each of us individually and gave the SEALs a coin of Texas. We were able to tour the ground floor and then went into the garden for beer and BBQ. So many of the team guys said that after they get out they are moving to Texas. That they had never felt so much love and hospitality. The charter buses then took the guys to the airport to catch their returning flights. (my son) just now called and after a 20 hours flight he is back in his spot.

 

Quite an emotional, but blessed week.

 

– received from a mutual friend, reprinted as received with her son’s name removed. RIP Chris Kyle.

RLTW Karl

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Texas Governor Calls Obama a Liar and Has Texas National Guard Monitoring Jade Helm

by VOICE OF REASON from REDFLAGNEWS

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I was greatly disappointed a few days ago when I first heard Governor Abbott was being made fun of as some type of a conspiracy theorist because he gave direct orders to the Texas National Guard to keep a close eye on Operation Jade Helm. The same media pinheads pointing fingers and laughing at the mere thought that Obama would be less than truthful about Jade Helm, are the same group of Obama clapping seals that were lied to about Obamacare “because they were stupid enough to believe the twisted language of the bill,” were lied to about Benghazi, lied to about the IRS, and on and on and on.

I find it fascinating that these loons on the Left are so disconnected with reality, that even in a week when Governor Abbott calls out Obama and his dishonesty in public, these fools STILL have no problem looking down their noses at anyone who would even suggest Obama is being less than truthful about Jade Helm. Abbott said, “After months of obfuscation and stall tactics by the Obama administration, the president’s lawyers have been forced to admit that they acted outside the law by implementing president’s executive amnesty — even after a federal judge had ordered them to stop,”

I don’t have ANY idea what the TRUE nature of Jade Helm is, but I know this much: Obama is a lying dirtbag who is drunk on Power and has a Presidency ending in the near future (theoretically anyway). I KNOW that OBAMA HAS DECIMATED OUR MILITARY IN ORDER TO BEEF UP FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS. One would have to be a FOOL to think Obama bought BILLIONS OF BULLETS for domestic use, has allowed over 500,000 FOREIGN TROOPS TO BE ON U.S. SOIL, and has MILITARIZED EVERY AGENCY ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, and that he did all that expecting a peaceful future. PLEASE!

IF YOU TAKE THE TIME TO READ THESE, GOOD LUCK CONVINCING YOURSELF OBAMA ISN’T DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN WHATEVER IS GOING ON:

Like Ferguson, Team Obama Is Orchestrating the Baltimore Chaos Deliberate

Deputy on Tape Saying MRAP Vehicles To Fight Legal Gun Owners

NEW ARMY MANUAL: LETHAL FORCE ON U.S. CITIZENS

Obama Already Has d Over 500,000 Troops Stationed Here For Martial Law

Military is Transitioning From Drills (Jade Helm) to MARTIAL LAW…

Civil Unrest Has Begun In Baltimore: The Start Of Something Much Bigger

96% Of Americans Expect More Civil Unrest In U.S. Cities This Summer

THERE IS PLENTY OUT THERE TO SUPPORT IDEAS THAT THERE IS SOME EXTERNAL FORCE, PERHAPS EVEN NATURAL, THAT GOVERNMENT IS EXPECTING:

MARTIAL LAW, JADE HELM, WALMARTS, TUNNELS, & FEMA CAMPS

Contractors Who Built Massive Underground Military Facilities & Tunnels

Jade Helm Drills in Exact Locations Russian Media Leaked They Would Hit Us

Pentagon Issues Response to Texas Move Against “Martial Law” Exercises

GOVERNMENT DECLARES MARTIAL LAW DURING COMMERCIAL..

Dead Bodies In Tunnels? – “Operation Jade Helm” Just Got Worse

EMP ATTACK WOULD KILL 90% OF US BECAUSE OF OUR POWER GRID

AND WHO CAN FORGET ABOUT THE PINK ELEPHANT IN ROOM – THE ECONOMY:

You STILL Don’t Believe the Economy Will Collapse? Think Again!

19 Signs That American Families Are Being Economically Destroyed

U.S. Dollar is Going DOWN! Financiers Rush to Flee the Doomed West!

THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP: OBAMA’S HIROSHIMA TO THE ECONOMY!

DOLLAR DOMINATION IS OVER!!!! – OMFIF Discusses Alternatives

How Will the Dollar Crash Affect ME PERSONALLY?

WE ARE NOW IN THE FINAL STAGES OF THE COLLAPSE

We Just Broke 2008′s Record For The Fastest Economic Unraveling!

Trouble Ahead: ‘Within One Year 9 Out of 10 Americans Would Be Dead’

TEXANS ARE LUCKY TO HAVE A GOVERNOR LOOKING OUT FOR THEM…

TO BAD WE DON’T HAVE A PRESIDENT WE CAN SAY THE SAME ABOUT!

After ordering the Texas State Guard to monitor the activities of the military training exercise known as Jade Helm 15 and exposing President Barack Obama and his lawyers for lying to the entire country, it’s safe to assume that Texas Gov. Greg Abbott won’t be invited to any White House barbecues this summer.

U.S. District Judge Andrew Hannen halted Obama’s executive amnesty program while its constitutionality was determined, but according to Gov. Abbott, that didn’t stop Obama and his people from granting 2,000 improper work permits to illegal aliens.

“After months of obfuscation and stall tactics by the Obama administration, the president’s lawyers have been forced to admit that they acted outside the law by implementing president’s executive amnesty — even after a federal judge had ordered them to stop,” Abbott said in a recent statement.

On Thursday, a group of attorneys from the Department of Justice were forced to admit to Judge Hannen that instead of abiding by the law, Obama’s Department of Homeland Security granted the permits to the large group of illegal aliens — a clear violation of Hannen’s injunction, as the extended permits gave the illegal workers protection from deportation for three years.

The DOJ lawyers issued a statement saying, “The government sincerely regrets these circumstances and is taking immediate steps to remedy these erroneous three-year terms.”

Only two-year work permits were authorized prior to Obama’s November executive action to reform immigration policy.

But Gov. Abbott certainly isn’t satisfied, as he believes Obama’s camp is blatantly violating the rulesand assuming they’re above the law.

“Not only did President Obama’s executive action violate the U.S. Constitution; his lawyers’ actions show a blatant disregard for the rule of law that has become typical of this administration and directly violates one of the fundamental principles upon which our nation was founded,” Abbott said in a statement (H/T The Blaze).

As long as Gov. Abbott’s around, it doesn’t look like Obama and his agencies are going to get away with much that concerns the great state of Texas.

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UN Medic Units Photographed On Truck On ‘Due Course’ To Texas As Gun Confiscation Plan Ramps Up!

By Stefan Stanford for ALL NEWS PIPELINE

While the story on Patriot News Wire tells us that United Nations medical vehicles have been spotted all across the southern portion of America in recent days, a reader of the website got a picture of one of these ‘transportations’ on I-10 in Mississippi, a highway that runs east to west and according to the photographer, on a due course to Texas. Texas is one of the states listed as hostile in the upcoming Jade Helm 15 US Army ‘exercise‘ that many are concerned will ‘turn hot’ and result in gun-confiscation and/or martial law.

Why is the UN seemingly headed towards Texas and is now being seen all across the south ‘en masse’? Does this have anything at all to do with what the UN is planning on doing to confiscate guns here in America?

With government paid trolls and the ignorant lashing out on comment boards trying to downplay Jade Helm 15, such as several trolls outed here on ANP, they are largely striking out as US patriots drown out the trolls overused spewing of phrases such as ‘time to take your meds’. These trolls haven’t yet realized that Americans who have largely ‘awoken’ to what is REALLY going on here choose to believe what they are seeing with their own eyes rather than to believe more government lies and ‘troll droppings’.

From Patriot News Wire: Breaking Jade Helm Update! United Nations Medical Vehicles Spotted Traveling Throughout The South!

While the Government continues to deny that ANYTHING out of the ordinary is going on in regard to Operation Jade Helm 15, and the laimstream media continues to mock anyone who is genuinely concerned, watchful citizens across the nation have been keeping their eyes and ears open, like true patriots and minutemen.

For the past week, people have been reporting seeing United Nations medical vehicles traveling throughout the Southern U.S. Finally, one curious and concerned citizen was able to get an actual picture of one.

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=n8l9rkmxKHw

In this video, Dahboo77 looks at claims that phase 2 of Jade Helm 15 is emerging and that the UN is preparing for gun confiscation in America.

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pJ6Y4gdjAc&feature=player_embedded
The build-up of military vehicles in the southern regions is now undeniable and as we can see in the video and image below from Dahboo77, a military train has just been photographed in southern California with heavy duty military equipment that stretches as far as the eye can see.

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http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa9UC_Jqhtk&feature=player_embedded

 

 

 

 

UN Medic Units Photographed On Truck On 'Due Course' To Texas As Gun Confiscation Plan Ramps Up!

By Stefan Stanford for ALL NEWS PIPELINE
While the story on Patriot News Wire tells us that United Nations medical vehicles have been spotted all across the southern portion of America in recent days, a reader of the website got a picture of one of these ‘transportations’ on I-10 in Mississippi, a highway that runs east to west and according to the photographer, on a due course to Texas. Texas is one of the states listed as hostile in the upcoming Jade Helm 15 US Army ‘exercise‘ that many are concerned will ‘turn hot’ and result in gun-confiscation and/or martial law.
Why is the UN seemingly headed towards Texas and is now being seen all across the south ‘en masse’? Does this have anything at all to do with what the UN is planning on doing to confiscate guns here in America?
With government paid trolls and the ignorant lashing out on comment boards trying to downplay Jade Helm 15, such as several trolls outed here on ANP, they are largely striking out as US patriots drown out the trolls overused spewing of phrases such as ‘time to take your meds’. These trolls haven’t yet realized that Americans who have largely ‘awoken’ to what is REALLY going on here choose to believe what they are seeing with their own eyes rather than to believe more government lies and ‘troll droppings’.
From Patriot News Wire: Breaking Jade Helm Update! United Nations Medical Vehicles Spotted Traveling Throughout The South!
While the Government continues to deny that ANYTHING out of the ordinary is going on in regard to Operation Jade Helm 15, and the laimstream media continues to mock anyone who is genuinely concerned, watchful citizens across the nation have been keeping their eyes and ears open, like true patriots and minutemen.
For the past week, people have been reporting seeing United Nations medical vehicles traveling throughout the Southern U.S. Finally, one curious and concerned citizen was able to get an actual picture of one.
http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=n8l9rkmxKHw
In this video, Dahboo77 looks at claims that phase 2 of Jade Helm 15 is emerging and that the UN is preparing for gun confiscation in America.
http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pJ6Y4gdjAc&feature=player_embedded
The build-up of military vehicles in the southern regions is now undeniable and as we can see in the video and image below from Dahboo77, a military train has just been photographed in southern California with heavy duty military equipment that stretches as far as the eye can see.
BUILDUP
http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa9UC_Jqhtk&feature=player_embedded