Saturday, January 31, 2015

FREE ZONE WEEKEND MOVIE"The Blue and the Gray, Part 1 and 2 & 3"

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One of the most compelling, thoughtful and comprehensive Civil War films ever produced, and.based on the works of Pulitzer Prize winner Bruce Catton, The Blue & The Gray is recognized for its historic accuracy, dramatic intensity and spectacular battle sequences. Filmed entirely on location in Arkansas with over 160 characters and 6,300 extras, this searing saga contains all the stirring conflict and narrative lyricism of such cinematic masterpieces as Gone with the Wind and Glory. The film reconstructs an eternally fascinating and controversial era in American history when families and nation were divided between the black and the white, the North and the South and The Blue & The Gray. A remarkable ensemble of screen legends, including Gregory Peck, Stacy Keach, Lloyd Bridges, Geraldine Page and Colleen Dewhurst star in this memorable miniseries.
Part 1 of 3

PART 2
PART 3

Thursday, January 29, 2015

DOING THE "BIRD"

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CAN YOU TALK THE TALK, AND WALK THE WALK ?

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YOU GOTTA HAVE A CAT TO LOVE THIS ?

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 A firefighter was working on the engine outside the Station, when he noticed a little girl nearby in a little red wagon with little ladders hung off the sides and a garden hose tightly coiled in the middle.
The girl was wearing a firefighter's helmet.
The wagon was being pulled by her dog and her cat.
The firefighter walked over to take a closer look.

'That sure is a nice fire truck,' the firefighter said with admiration.
'Thanks,' the girl replied.
 The firefighter looked a little closer. The girl had tied the wagon to her dog's collar and to the cat's testicles.
'Little partner,' the firefighter said, 'I don't want to tell you how to run your rig, but if you were to tie that rope around the cat's collar, I think you could go faster.

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The little girl replied thoughtfully, 'You're probably right, but then I wouldn't have a siren.'

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Imam Choudary ON THE HOT SEAT WITH LOUDER WITH CROWDER SHOW

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ABSOLUTE TRUTHS ...

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AS ONE WANDERS THROUGH LIFE, ONE COLLECTS KNOWLEDGE OF CERTAIN ETERNAL VERITIES. HERE'S A FEW...

 
 
 
ABSOLUTE TRUTHS ...


Now I understand how it all works

 
 
 

 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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LIVE HEARING OF LORETTA LYNCH TO BE FAST AND FURIOUS ATTORNEY GENERAL ?

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ONE OF THE BEST BULL SHITTERS I HAVE EVER HEARD! SHE IS BIG TIME ?
SHE COULD DO A JOB ON US AND WE NEVER EVEN KNOW IT !
THIS LADY IS "FAST" AND DAMM "FURIOUS"  WATCH OUT FOLKS ?
I WOULD NOT BUY A USED CAR FROM HER ?

SHE IS SLICK - SLICKER THAN HER BOSS LIVE HEARING KEEPS DROPING OUT FROM FOX BUT WE WILL PUT IT BACK UP AND HOPE IT STAY'S UP....
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Islamists Establish Sharia Tribunal in Texas

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BACK TO THE MIDDLE EAST FOR BOWING AND KISSING ! 

America, you can't say you have not been warned. The very ideology and law that is prevalent in the Middle East and that condemned Mariam Ibrahim to death for marrying a Christian man is being established in the State of Texas! Keep in mind that this is exactly where Obama's former Homeland Security adviser and Muslim Brotherhood supporter Mohammed Elibiary went to after he left Washington 
An Islamic Tribunal that uses Sharia as the basis for law, not the US Constitution, the Bible nor the Texas State Constitution has been set up as a non-profit organization in Dallas. But don't worry, one of the attorneys for the tribunal says that both participation and the acceptance of the tribunal's decision are strictly "voluntary."
Bob Price at Brietbart writes:
(Dr. Taher El-badawi) said the tribunal follows Sharia law to resolve civil disputes in family and business matters. He said they also resolve workplace disputes.

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.

He also said there is a difference between how a man and a woman can request a divorce under their system. "The husband can request the divorce directly from the tribunal," El-badawi stated. "The wife must go to an Imam who will request the divorce for her." He called it "two paths to the same result." The practice of Khula is the process where a wife can initiate a divorce proceeding and where the husband can agree to the divorce in exchange for a financial compensation. It appears the wife must agree to give up any claim to the "dower" that was not already paid or to return it if it has already been paid. Once the financial issues are resolved the husband can then proclaim the Talaq (divorce).

El-badawi said they follow Texas family law when it comes to child support, visitation, and custody. He said that in most cases, custody of children is awarded to the mother.

The tribunal claims that, for the most part, Sharia is in agreement with the laws of Texas. Price was told by El-badawi that if the tribunal ruled in a way in which the parties disagreed, then they could go to the Texas courts, which makes you wonder why one would have this tribunal in the first place.
But what about other issues? What about issues of adultery? What about theft and other crimes? How will the tribunal handle those things, which are a part of criminal law under Sharia?
The tribunal's website explains various forms of law and their origins. The site claims,
"The entire text deals with transactions, Mu'amalat in general, which has the same principles and articles used in all transactional laws found throughout the world and are similar to existing laws with the United States.  Stoning adulterers, cutting of the hands, polyandry and the like (all can be traced in the relevant literature and can be explained in their Islamic legal mentality and rational context in fairness and justice), are mainly a part of Islamic Criminal Law.  In fact, criminal law within Islam only makes up a fraction of the Shari'ah.  It is unscholarly and unfair to generalize that type of understanding that is Criminal Law, to compromise the whole of Islamic law if we stick to speaking in technical terms."

While it may be "unscholarly" and "unfair," it would also be a wise thing to keep in mind because these things are not denied as part of what Islam brings in Sharia.
As far as technical terms go, nothing was said about these explicit Koran commands:
5:33- "The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution (by beheading) or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, or exile from the land: that is their disgrace in this world, and a heavy punishment is theirs in the Hereafter."

47:4- "Therefore, when ye meet the Unbelievers strike off their heads; at length; then when you have made wide Slaughter among them, carefully tie up the remaining captives"…

8:12- "I will instill terror into the hearts of the unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their finger-tips off."

The Bible lays out criminal law too and to some it causes them to revile God's punishments, yet they are holy and just. I cannot say as much for Islam, as the things we have seen pushed forward in the name of Sharia are often corrupt and unjust.
So far, this tribunal has four judges: Imam Yusuf Z.Kavakci, Imam Moujahed Bakhach, Imam Zia ul Haque Sheikh and Dr. Taher El-badawi.

The Foxhole comments, "They take advantage of Homeland Security's lax approach to foreign threats and Obama's sympathetic pro-Islam policies. We're saddled with a Dhimmi  in the White House. As I've said, there are reasons why they are confident enough to create a min-Islamic state in this country.  They've been given the green light."
The Foxhole then concludes:
Al Qaeda holds Death To The West conferences in  Chicago, there's a substantial radical muzzie enclave in Dearborn, Michigan,  and Jamaat Al Fuqra terrorists have established training centers across the United States. The Muslim Brotherhood, the Arab-American Action Network, and CAIR, three major facilitators of Islamic terrorism, operate freely in America. A government report concluded that Hezbollah has been forming sleeper cells throughout the United States that could become operational.

Islam is diametrically opposed to every Constitutional principle on which this country was founded. Under the muzzie point of view, Sharia Law trumps all other laws. It's meant to overtake and replace all Western civil, criminal, and government jurisdiction. The founding principles of this country did not hinge on a violent, ideological theocracy that advocated the deaths of those who didn't hold the same religious beliefs.

Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2015/01/islamists-establish-sharia-tribunal-texas/#PXMDvi51kwBdJI50.99

WE ARE NOT THE SMARTEST BUNCH IN THE WORLD ? MISTAKES WE MADE !

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Invasion of Iraq: How the British and Americans got it wrong





FREE ZONE MOVIE: SECOND SHOWING: "THE CROSSING" WORTH THE ADIMMISION HERE: FREE ?

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EDITORS NOTE: I HAVE STOOD ON THE SPOT WHERE THE BOATS WERE LOADED: WHEN YOU STAND THERE, YOU UNDERSTAND THE FEELINGS OF THOSE WHO CROSSED:  THIS IS THE SECOND SHOWING OF THIS MOVIE ON FREE ZONE:  WATCH, LEARN, ENJOY: WASHINGTON DC HAS A RIVER: MAY WE NOT HAVE TO CROSS THAT RIVER AS THE EARLY AMERICANS DID IN NEW JERSEY ?

YOU GOT ONE CHANCE TO EXPLAIN THIS TO GEORGE AND OUR FOUNDING FATHERS ! START NOW ?

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HANDS BEHIND YOUR BACK SIR, PLEASE ?



THE PAST ? THE FUTURE ? PAY ATTENTION ?

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ARE WE PAYING ATTENTION ?
HARRY TRUMAN WAS A DEMOCRAT - WHERE ARE ALL THE DEMOCRAT'S THAT RESPECT WHAT HE SAID ? THAY ARE ALL OUT IN LEFT FIELD - LOST ?


GOVERNER WALKER IN 2016 ? HE JUST DON'T LOOSE - ANYTHING ?

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Tuesday that he was "very interested" in a possible run for president on 2016, hours after he announced the launch of a new political committee. 
In an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity, Walker said he was considering a run for the same reason he initially ran for governor of Wisconsin in 2010.
"[My wife and I] were afraid that our sons were growing up in a state that wasn't as great as the one we grew up in," Walker, 47, said." I have the same worries about this country for my sons today that I had for my state many years ago."
Walker, who gave a well-received speech to a forum of conservative voters in Des Moines, Iowa, on Saturday, set up the committee “Our American Revival” on Jan. 16. A new website for the so-called 527 organization, which will help him get his message out as he works toward building his political clout, went live Tuesday morning.
"Our American Revival encompasses the shared values that make our country great," Walker said in a written statement. He called for "limiting the powers of the federal government to those defined in the Constitution while creating a leaner, more efficient, more effective and more accountable government to the American people."
Walker echoed that refrain on "Hannity" and played up his status as a Washington outsider. 
"I think we need new bold leadership from outside of Washington that's proven to take on the challenges that we face in this country right now," Walker said. "The ideas that are going to transform America aren't coming from people in Washington. They're coming from our state leaders ... I think there's a sense out there, which I heard on Saturday, that people don't just want dynamic speakers. They want people who've got a proven record, who've actually done something, not just talked about it." 
"If we're going to take [former Secretary of State and presumptive Democratic nominee] Hillary Clinton on," Walker added," we've got to have a name from the future, not one from the past, in an apparent shot at 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
Walker’s steps are in stride with other prospective candidates, like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who earlier this week launched a political action committee. 
During his speech Saturday in Iowa, home of the first-in-the-country caucus, Walker drew on his highly publicized battle with unions in his home state and told an emotional story of how he and his family received death threats for speaking out against the groups.
“If you are not afraid to go big and bold, you can actually get results,” he told the crowd.
Following his speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit, Walker went west – attending an event in California hosted by the billionaire Koch brothers.

China doesn’t mess around with Islamic terrorists…

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….they just execute them.

I'M NOT SUGGESTING THIS BUT, FOLKS WE GOT TO GET REAL:  CALL A SPADE A SPADE, ISLAM IS A NON RELIGION, MUSLIM'S ARE UN AMERICAN - DEPORT THEM : LOCK DOWN THE BORDER !

OH, AND LAST BUT NOT LEASE:

WHERE WAS OBAMA BORN ?

IMPEACH HIM !


From JewsNews (hat tip:  Judy):

The Chinese government recently executed eight Uighur Muslims for terrorism, and planning a major terrorist attack. We read from a Chinese report:

Eight terrorists have been executed with the approval of the Supreme People’s Court in Xinjiang, according to the publicity department of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Saturday.

Their crimes involved five cases including the terrorist attack in the Tian’anmen Square in Beijing, the gun-seizing and police-assaulting case in Aksu, the illegal manufacturing of explosives and intentional killing case in Kashgar, and the establishment of terrorist organization, murder of government officials and incineration of checkpoint in Hotan.
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WATCH YOUR GAS PRICES GO CRAZY: HE'S PISSED OFF THE SAUDI'S, STOPPED ALL DRILLING , FRACKING ...

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New Saudi King Snubs Obama? SORRY: NO TIME FOR OUR KING ?



They point to the video clip below.  In it, Obama and first lady Michelle are standing by the king as the U.S. president shakes hands with various people.
Then a Saudi man approaches them and Obama raises hands to shake, but the man completely ignores him, addressing the king. Obama quickly brings his arm down.
The king says a word to Obama and immediately turns his back and takes his leave, followed by his entire entourage — leaving Obama and Michele just standing there and looking on before Obama quickly turns to a nearby American or European diplomat and strikes up a conversation.
Let the viewer decide if this is a snub.  Based on Obama’s deep bow to the previous Saudi king in 2009, could this abrupt leave be indicative of the Arabian kingdom’s belief that treating the American president with total disregard — if not disdain — is totally acceptable for his majesty?

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

"THE DOCTOR IS IN" 88 YEAR OLD DOCTOR FACING TROUBLE ?

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DR WAITING FOR MORNING SICK CALL FROM RESIDENTS OF HIS COMMUNITY TO SHOW UP AND BE TREATED, MANY TIMES AT NO COST TO THE LOCALS...




Carrol Frazier Landrum's newer-model, black Toyota Camry is beaten up and striped with dust and mud speckles. At a glance, it would not stick out from any other car on the roadway.
But for many in the town of Edwards' 1,034 residents and others in the metro area, that car has become a lifeline – it's the makeshift office of the 88-year-old Dr. Landrum, who is the only practicing physician in the town.
He parks in front of his old office space, which is now a completely abandoned shopping center adjacent to the Dollar General on Jackson Street. When he left his old office two years ago because of a couple instances of crime nearby, he could not find another space that suited his practice in town.
"I had my car, and I realized I could do most everything out of it that I needed to be doing," Landrum said.
His patients – around two or three a day from as far as 50 miles in every direction – will call ahead or sometimes even just park their cars beside his and explain their symptoms to him.
He assesses the symptoms and writes prescriptions, most of the time for less-serious cases like respiratory illnesses or rashes. If his patients have needs that go beyond the basic medical tools he keeps in his backseat, he refers them to more equipped doctors.
"I do this because I enjoy helping people," Landrum said while he leaned on his car. "It's basically like a house call, except in a parking lot. It's something I enjoy doing. Helping people is why I became a doctor in the first place."
A licensed Mississippi physician of 55 years, Landrum has become an establishment in Edwards, but his practice is being threatened.
The Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure has pressured Landrum recently to give up his medical license, the doctor said. Landrum said he was contacted by the board because they heard he was writing prescriptions at different businesses in Hinds County.
"I met a couple people in Clinton to make their drives a bit easier," Landrum said. "After that, I got a call from the board. They want me to surrender my medical license on my own, and if I don't, I'll have to have a public hearing. They told me it would harm my reputation if it got that far."
The board's executive director, H. Vann Craig, said Thursday the board's investigations are confidential "until official action is taken," and he would not comment on a possible investigation of Landrum.
"You'll have to talk to Dr. Landrum about that," Craig said.
Landrum said the board gave him until Thursday to make the decision between surrendering the license on his own or being called in for the hearing.
"I'm not the kind of person to give up very easily, especially if I know I'm right," Landrum said. "I want to continue helping these people who need me, and I plan to fight this. I'm going to tell them I don't intend to resign."
In rural Mississippi, adequate healthcare is unaffordable for many people, and Landrum understands that. Growing up near rural Taylorsville, his own family was poor.
The 2010 census showed that the income per person in Edwards is just $12,308 a year.
The most he charges his patients is $45 a visit. If his patients cannot afford the fee, he will often waive it completely or tell them to pay him later.
"I've lived (in Edwards) all my life, and Dr. Landrum has always been my doctor," 62-year-old Leroy Mitchell said. "Edwards is a poor town. Us poor folks cannot afford to drive to Jackson or Vicksburg to go to the doctor. He isn't out for money. He's doing this because he truly loves helping us."
Beyond the financial easement of Landrum's services, his patients swear by his medical advice. Many of Landrum's patients said he treats everyone with compassion and his medical expertise is second to none.
Mitchell said that he once paid a Jackson doctor $248 for a visit in which he was prescribed medicine for a stomach problem. After that doctor's advice did not pan out, he went to Landrum.
"If it wasn't for him, I'd probably be dead," Mitchell said. "It was a regular thing, but I haven't had that stomach problem since Dr. Landrum told me what to do. He's a great doctor and we're very fortunate to have him here."
Media coverage of the medical board's pressure has captured the attention of people across the world.
An online petition has been launched to defend Landrum from the board. As of Thursday afternoon, 402 people had signed the petition to keep Landrum in business.
One man in Washington state left this comment on the petition's webpage: "What, exactly, does the state board believe this remarkable man is doing wrong? A physician's job is to treat the patient in front of them. It doesn't matter if it is in a modern office or the back of a pickup. The members of the state board should be ashamed. I believe they are nothing but cowards."
The doctor said he is trying not to think about the attention from the media or even what the board is thinking. On Thursday, the deadline he said the board gave him to decide how to handle his situation, he was parked in his usual spot waiting on patients.
"I really am hoping this gets worked out and I can continue helping the people I've come to love," Landrum said. "I'm worried about the hearing, but I hope it all works out."
Contact Adam Ganucheau at (769) 257-2995 or aganucheau@jackson.gannett.com. Follow @GanucheauAdam on Twitter.

  1. Dr. Carrol F. Landrum, MD

  2. Family Practice Physician

  3. Address: 102 Withers Street, Edwards, MS 39066
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