Saturday, January 26, 2013

"THE TERRORIST" A SUNDAY FULL MOVIE FROM FREE ZONE MEDIA TV (FZTV)

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AMNESTY IS STILL AMNESTY, EVEN IF IT'S FROM GOP

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Amnesty still amnesty, even if it's from GOP

Immigration-reform group says Rubio plan just a rerun


WASHINGTON – An advocate for legal immigration, contending an unrestricted flow of illegal aliens into the U.S. isn’t in the country’s national interest, is blasting a GOP “amnesty” plan by Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
As the White House presses for immigration “reform” that would create a pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens, Rubio has begun introducing parts of his plan incrementally.

In a recent Wall Street Journal article,he elaborated on his plan for a pathway to citizenship that would screen out criminals, increase worksite enforcement provisions, boost the number of seasonal work visas for agricultural workers and tighten border security.
Bob Dane, the communications director of Federation of Americans for Immigration Reform, told WND that Rubio is just recycling old ideas.
“There literally is nothing novel to his proposals. Rubio is trying to triangulate all of these competing special interests that want to be at the table,” he said. “It really is just Groundhog Day, it is a sequel of 2007″
The organization’s statement on Rubio’s plan said the senator “described the exact same eligibility requirements found in the 2006 and 2007 amnesty bills.”
Dane said Rubio is getting pressured from “the business lobby and the Chamber of Commerce” to support an amnesty plan, because those groups are leading the charge for cheap labor.
Additionally, he said, “The Republicans are operating under this false premise that they need to capture the Hispanic [vote] via amnesty.”
The Rubio plan, however, has been drawing some support from conservatives, with radio and TV host Sean Hannity saying, “I got to be honest. I think it’s probably the most thoughtful bill that I have heard heretofore.”
Additionally, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said on his Facebook page, “Senator Rubio is exactly right on the need to fix our broken immigration system. I support the principles he’s outlined.”
Dane is baffled.
“The Republicans have an opportunity to revitalize their core constituency by demonstrating that they understand the people’s concern with mass immigration and its impact on the jobs market,” he said.
He also noted the growing skepticism from many conservatives over the Republican fixation with reaching out to Hispanic voters.
“If they pander to Hispanics they will wind up empty-handed, by never getting the support of Hispanics and losing support from conservatives,” Dane said.
“The Republicans are setting the stage of their own destruction,” Dane warned.
He said if Republicans support Rubio’s plan, it will do four things.
“Firstly, it will split the party between the more conservative elements and the more establishment elements. Secondly, it will alienate the working class away from the Republican Party. Thirdly, the Republican Party will never get any credit for granting amnesty, and it will not endear Hispanics to them. The Democrats will steal the credit, claim victory and it will be a victory for them and the Republicans will look like they caved to the Democrats.”
And finally, he said, the Republicans will be “importing” themselves out of office, because “the overwhelming majority of illegals are government-dependent,” hence, according to Dane, they have no connection with the message or platform of the Republican Party and will vote for the Democrats all the time to keep their government benefits coming.
Dane said it appears April is when the debate over amnesty will start, and he hopes Republicans and Democrats will move away from supporting amnesty.
He said it’s possbile the plan “could ironically be that the bill gets loaded down with so much enforcement that the Democrats vote against it.”
Additionally, Dane said, “With this high unemployment it is going to be difficult to convince the working class why they should support candidates that favor the importation of cheap labor” that will displace their jobs.”
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., recently said he expects the Senate Judiciary Committee for the 113th Congress to be working this spring on “comprehensive immigration reform.”
Dane said the actual solution is rather simple.
“All we really need to do is just enforce our current laws and give a mandatory e-verify,” he said.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/amnesty-still-amnesty-even-if-its-from-gop/#VQPFZ3XW1IKutveP.99

WILL 'EQUALITY' MEAN LOWER STANDARDS??

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Will 'equality' now mean lower standards?

Military support organization blasts 'lame-duck' Panetta over combat decision

TWO SHORT STORIES BOTH CALLED "ADVISE AND DISSENT" - ONE HUMAN ONE POLITICAL, QUITE DIFFERENT ?

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GOD IS GOOD AND HE KNOWS ?
ADVISE AND DISSENT WITH ELLIE WALLAC
ADVICE AND DISSENT ARLAN SPECTER
THIS STORY IS NOT OVER YET - HOPE IT TURNS OUT WELL- GOD HELP US ? JUDGE RIGHT, LEAST YE BE JUDGED ?

RUSH LIMBAUGH SHREDS PIERS MORGAN

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Rush Limbaugh says it’s comical to listen to the abject ignorance of people like Piers Morgan.

WHEELCHAIR - BOUND VET PULLS GUN ON ROBBER ?

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Citizens To Demand Pennsylvania Town Take Action On NDAA

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LOCAL ACTION MAKE'S A BIG DIFFERENCE ?
START WITH YOUR SHERIFF AND CITY COUNCIL AND MAYOR !
PANDASealBlueBlack Citizens to Demand Pennsylvania Town Take Action on NDAA
On Monday, January 28th, citizens, including members from groups such as the Susquehanna Valley Liberty Alliance, the Sunbury chapter of PANDA (People Against the NDAA), Oath Keepers, and the ACLU, along with the Constable of Sunbury’s 9th Ward will be presenting the Sunbury City Council and Mayor with an ordinance to uphold the Bill of Rights and interpose against the unconstitutional indefinite detention provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, also known as NDAA. 
In March 2012, Pennsylvania State Constable Ed Quiggle, Jr., the elected Constable for Sunbury’s 9th Ward, signed a resolution opposing, and requiring non-cooperation with enforcement of, the NDAA and PATRIOT Act. Also in Pennsylvania, two counties, Fulton County and Elk County, have signed legislation opposing the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA.
After signing his resolution, Constable Quiggle delivered copies of the resolution to the City Council and urged them to act on NDAA, but no action was taken by the City Council. Sunbury Councilmen Eister and Troup have been asked if they would consider such legislation during appearances on local radio shows. Both councilmen have stated they would consider supporting such legislation. During a recent appearance on WKOK, Sunbury Mayor David Persing said he didn’t know enough about the NDAA and asked for more information. So far, Councilman Joe Bartello is the only member of the council to show strong support for passing an ordinance to oppose the NDAA.
Outside of Pennsylvania states such as Virginia and Utah have passed legislation expressing opposition to the the NDAA’s indefinite detention provisions, and many more states are currently considering similar legislation. States such as Arizona and Rhode Island are among some of the states whose legislatures had passed legislation against NDAA during last year’s sessions, but were not fully passed and enacted. Anti-NDAA legislation is expected to be introduced in Pennsylvania’s General Assembly during the current legislative session. Cities, counties, and even Sheriffs across the country have taken action to interpose against the unconstitutional provisions of the NDAA.
The Susquehanna Valley Liberty Alliance and the Sunbury chapter of PANDA is urging all citizens to come to the City Council meeting on Monday the 28th at 6pm and urge the council to pass the proposed ordinance as soon as possible. They are also urging citizens to contact the members of the City Council and the Mayor to ask for their support of the proposed ordinance.

Contact:
Constable Ed Quiggle, Jr.
PANDA Pennsylvania
ward9@SunburyPAStateConstable.us

DEBT, DEBT, AND MORE DEBT AND DIGGING WITH A SPOON ?

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NO PLAN PRESENTED SOLVES THE DEBT OF THE U.S.A.
 Paul, who has not been coy about his interest in running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, perked up when the interviewer framed a question by saying, “let’s say you become President Paul at some point in the future.”

Rand Paul Stands With Israel

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Paul, who has not been coy about his interest in running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, perked up when the interviewer framed a question by saying, “let’s say you become President Paul at some point in the future.”

HOW TO ASSURE YOUR RIGHTS AT STATE AND FEDERAL LEVELS ?

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KEEPING THE PRESSURE ON FOR YOUR RIGHTS


ARE YOU ON OBAMA'S ENEMIES LIST ?

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Obama birth control mandate loosens lawsuits

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Feb. 10, 2012: In this file photo, President Barack Obama and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius leave the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, after the president announced the revamp of his contraception policy requiring religious institutions to fully pay for birth control. (AP)
The legal challenges over religious freedom and the birth control coverage requirement in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul appear to be moving toward the U.S. Supreme Court.
Faith-affiliated charities, hospitals and universities have filed dozens of lawsuits against the mandate, which requires employers to provide insurance that covers contraception for free. However, many for-profit business owners are also suing, claiming a violation of their religious beliefs.
The religious lawsuits have largely stalled, as the Department of Health and Human Services tries to develop an accommodation for faith groups. However, no such offer will be made to individual business owners. And their lawsuits are yielding conflicting rulings in appeals courts around the country.
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Social Security's disability trust fund could fail to cover all benefits early as 2016

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 Social Security's disability trust fund could fail to cover all benefits early as 2016
As President Obama faces pressure on the left to defend federal entitlement programs from the benefit cuts that the Republicans say are necessary to keep the programs solvent decades down the road, one part of Social Security could fall short of paying out full benefits within a few years -- even while Obama is still president.
Over the long term, Social Security and Medicare have promised tens of trillions of dollars more in benefits than the nation can pay for under current policies. But Social Security's disability trust fund is in even worse shape, and current estimates say by 2016 it won't have enough money to pay full benefits.
"That's three years from now," Jim Capretta of the Ethics and Public Policy Center said. “And given the president's rhetoric and his posture, it's quite clear that he has no intention of doing anything about it."
The fiscal security of the disability trust fund got rapidly worse as the unemployment rate rose. The number of applications has almost doubled in the last 10 years, from 1.5 million a year in 2001 to more than 2.8 million a year in 2012.
Obama has said little about how he would fix the fund's finances.
"President Clinton talked about 'mend it, don’t end it,'" Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute said. "To judge by (Obama's) remarks, there's nothing that needs mending in our entitlement systems."
In his first term, Obama took steps to make it easier for people to apply for disability payments, but nothing was changed to help the program pay even bigger bills as it accommodated more beneficiaries.
Even so, Obama took a swipe at Republicans in his inaugural address by saying, "the commitments we make to each other -- through Medicare, and Medicaid, and Social Security -- these things do not sap our initiative; they has strengthen us."
Republicans have proposed reining in federal entitlement spending as a necessary step toward cutting the federal deficit, but Obama's critics note that no one is opposing the programs themselves.
"It was sort of a straw man argument," Eberstadt said. "I mean, I don’t know who wants to scrap Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid."
Because the programs are funded through payroll taxes, money will continue to pour in as long as the country has workers. But with the country's large aging population expected to collect more and more from the programs than younger workers are contributing, analysts are worried that at some point the programs will no longer be able to pay full benefits as promised -- unless changes are made, presumably either raising taxes or cutting benefits.
"If we don't work together to strengthen our entitlement programs, they will go bankrupt," Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said in a floor speech. "Automatic cuts will be forced on seniors already receiving benefits, rendering worthless the promises that they built their retirements around."
Capretta faults Obama.
"Ironically, the president's course, which is to essentially ignore the problem, is the course that will endanger these programs rather than protect them," Capretta said.
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, however, has argued that entitlement programs are much stronger than Republicans portray them to be, partly because of measures contained in Obama's health care law.
Under that law, "savings from cutting wasteful spending and fraud will extend the solvency of the Medicare trust fund by an additional eight years," Reid said in October in a Washington Post op-ed.

50 PLUS AFRICAN CHILDREN PARALYZED AFTER RECEIVING BILL GATES BACKED MENINGITIS VACCINE

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EZEKIAL 22:30

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                                         EZEKIAL   22: 30




Susanne Diaz  "◄ New International Version (©1984) "I looked for a man among them who would build up the wall and stand before me in the gap on behalf of the land so I would not have to destroy it, but I found none. New Living Translation (©2007) "I looked for someone who might rebuild the wall of righteousness that guards the land. I searched for someone to stand in the gap in the wall so I wouldn't have to destroy the land, but I found no one. English Standard Version (©2001) And I sought for a man among them who should build up the wall and stand in the breach before me for the land, that I should not destroy it, but I found none. New American Standard Bible (©1995) "I searched for a man among them who would build up the wall and stand in the gap before Me for the land, so that I would not destroy it; but I found no one. Holman Christian Standard Bible (©2009) I searched for a man among them who would repair the wall and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land so that I might not destroy it, but I found no one. International Standard Version (©2012) I sought for a man among them to build the wall and stand in the breach in my presence on behalf of the land so that it won't be destroyed, but I found no one, King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.) And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none."   
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