Monday, October 5, 2015

Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin shake hands for the cameras HD 9/29/2015

This was filmed just after Obama got the bad news about Syria. Which of them looks confident and which one looks shaken?

Sunday, October 4, 2015

More on Oregon shooting

If Obama had a son he would look like this.

The same politics that appointed Muslim convert John Brennan as chief of the CIA? The same politics that negotiated the Iran deal or is inviting Syrian refugees into the U.S.?

Just 12 days ago, Chris Harper Mercer was identified by electronic intelligence specialists within the Russian Intelligence Service (SVR) as being an Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) adherent after he had attempted to gain passage to Syria via Turkey during the first week of September, 2015.


Netanyahu glares at U.N. for 45 seconds after berating its silence on Iran

This is the bomb thrower that used to give Mike Sheahan a bad time. He is another former BF of Carol Mosely Braun

POS Deadbeat judge — hounded by IRS, making $190,258 a year

Tommy Brewer, now a Cook County judge, at the Dirksen Federal Building in 2005. | Sun-Times file photo 
Cook County Circuit Judge Tommy Brewer is being hounded by the Internal Revenue Service.
The IRS has slapped Brewer with seven liens — two filed as recently as last year — seeking payment of a total of $227,559 in personal income taxes while Brewer was an attorney in private practice between 1997 and 2010, the year the Illinois Supreme Court appointed him to a vacant seat on the Cook County bench.“I’m a good guy,” the judge says. “I’m not trying to cheat anybody out of anything. I’m trying to battle them

Saturday, October 3, 2015

D. Rose will soon be no more

Surgery can't fix what ails Derrick Rose

In this Sept. 28, 2015, file photo, Chicago Bulls' Derrick Rose sits down for an NBA basketball media day news conference in Chicago. The Bulls say the 2011 MVP point guard sustained a left orbital fracture Tuesday, Sept. 29, during the first day of practices. Rose is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday, and a timetable for his return will be determined after the operation. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)

There was a time when Derrick Rose ruled Chicago’s sports world.
But no more.
The dominance started when he was taken by the Bulls as the first overall pick in the 2008 NBA draft, and lasted until late fall of 2011, before injuries started to keep him out of action.
In the first round of the playoffs in 2012, Rose went down with a serious knee injury, and in certain ways, he never got up.
It’s not just because of the physical fragility that curses him — indeed, he’s out now after surgery to repair a fractured orbital bone under his left eye.
No, his falling to earth includes tumbling off the pedestal of integrity and ethical purity we placed him on. We put him there, of course, not necessarily because of his own bidding (although Adidas sure paraded him as some kind of saint). We put him there

Friday, October 2, 2015

Oregon Shooting

Oregon shooter singled out Christians for slaughter

Yesterday, a lone gunman killed 9 and wounded 7 people in Umpqua Community College (UCC), a picturesque campus in Roseburg, Oregon. In a shootout with police, the shooter himself was killed. Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, however, said 13 people died.
Here’s what we are told about the massacre thus far:


Stacy Boylen, whose daughter was one of the wounded, told CNN that the gunman started “asking people one by one what their religion was. ‘Are you a Christian?’ he would ask them, and if you’re a Christian stand up. And they would stand up and he said, ‘Good, because you’re a Christian, you are going to see God in just about one second.’ And then he shot and killed them.”
A twitter user named @bodhilooney tweeted that according to her grandmother, who was at the scene of the carnage, if victims said they were Christian “then they were shot in the head. If they said no, or didn’t answer, they were shot in the legs.”
Student Kort­ney Moore, 18, said she saw the teacher of her Writing 115 class get shot in the head at the college’s Snyder Hall before the gunman started asking people to state their religion and opening fire.
The killer’s disdain for religion was evident in an online profile, in which he became a member of a “doesn’t like organized religion” group on an Internet dating site.


Myspace Chris Harper-Mercer, 26 gunman in the Umpqua Community College in Oregon
His name is Chris Harper-Mercer, 26. He carried 3 pistols and a rifle.
It is believed Harper-Mercer was the anonymous poster on the chat forum, 4chan, who wrote this ominous comment the night before: “Some of you guys are alright. Don’t go to school tomorrow if you are in the northwest. happening thread will be posted tomorrow morning. so long space robots.”
Reportedly, other posters on 4chan cheered him on.
Harper-Mercer’s online profiles indicate he had a fascination with the terror tactics of the Irish Republican Army, and bought Nazi memorabilia. In a blog post, he wrote this about Vester Lee Flanagan, who murdered a Virginia newswoman and cameraman live on air: “Seems like the more people you kill, the more you’re in the limelight.”
Update: Harper-Mercer described his ethnicity as “Mixed Race”; his religion as “Not Religious, Not Religious, but Spiritual”; his ideal woman as “Pagan, Wiccan, Not Religious, but Spiritual” with “vampire, piercings, psychic, tattoos”; his hobbies as including “Killing Zombies”; and his favorite food as “Always Dieting, BRAINS!”. He had “connections” with two people, one of whom is a Muslim named Mahmoud Ali Ehsani who says he loves Allah and the Quran, and has a many photos of Muslim terrorists.


Joe Olson, a former president of Umpqua Community College, said that it has only one unarmed security officer and that the community decided against armed guards last year.


When news came about the shooting, despite the fact that reports that UCC is a gun-free zone and had only one unarmed guard, Obama immediately and illogically called again for gun control, bemoaning that America is “the only advanced country on earth [that] sees these kind of mass shooting every few months.”
Sources: New York PostCNN
Someone really should ask the POS in the White House about Chicago — a gun-control city where every weekend is marked by multiple gun shootings and carnage.
Chicago is the poster child for how gun control does NOTHING to stop gun violence, as chronicled every week by our DCG. See her latest post, “Gun control, Chicago style: More Than 50 People Shot for the Second Weekend in a Row in Chicago.”

Failure to lead.

Rauner closes state museums, shooting range in budget standoff as he tries to inflict pain.


Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner closed state museums and a sport-shooting complex on Wednesday because of Illinois’ budget crisis, even though most staffers will still report to work and the museums’ board chairman said the savings will amount to “peanuts.”
By museum officials’ calculations, the closing of the 138-year-old museum in Springfield and its four satellite facilities will initially save the state less than $400,000, a tiny fraction of Illinois’ projected $5 billion budget gap.

The Republican governor targeted the museums and the World Shooting and Recreational Complex in the southern Illinois

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Something to consider

The Growing Threat From an EMP Attack

A nuclear device detonated above the U.S. could kill millions, and we've done almost nothing to prepare


In a recent letter to investors, billionaire hedge-fund manager Paul Singer warned that an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, is "the most significant threat" to the U.S. and our allies in the world. He's right. Our food and water supplies,

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Martin O'Malley for president?

A couple of major players with deep ties to Emanuel have thrown their support instead to former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, one of Clinton’s rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination.


Former Illinois Comptroller Dan Hynes is O’Malley’s campaign chairman in this state. Hynes endorsed Emanuel in his first campaign for mayor, showing him around his native Southwest Side at a time when the former White House chief of staff and congressman had few good friends in Chicago outside of his old North Side district.

O’Malley’s fundraising chairman in Illinois is Michael Forde, who was part of the high-powered legal team that helped Emanuel fight off a challenge to his residency status and stay on the 2011 mayoral ballot.

Dan Hynes thinks he has a pretty good track record at picking winners at the highest level, since he was the first elected official in the country to publicly urge Obama to run for president, in 2006.

History will prove that being the first to get involved with Obama is nothing to be proud of. 

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Former KGB chief meets a former community organizer and the outcome......

Russia considers joining anti-IS air strikes as the lack of U.S. leadership has created a power vacuum.

The US has been conducting air strikes against IS since August 2014

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Russia is considering whether to follow the US and its allies in conducting air strikes against Islamic State (IS) targets, President Vladimir Putin says.

Mr Putin spoke after meeting Barack Obama on the sidelines