Thursday, July 24, 2014

Neocon at it again

 John Bolton, a former U.N. ambassador, familiar face from the George W. Bush administration, foreign policy hawk and skilled stirrer of self-promoting presidential gossip, has had a very good year so far — at least in the fundraising department.

President George W. Bush listens to John Bolton speak after Bolton was appointed ambassador to the United Nations during an event at the White House on Aug. 1, 2005.
His political action committee and super PAC (PACs can give limited donations to political candidates, while super PACs can collect unlimited donations for independent expenditures such as campaign ads) — formed to support hawkish candidates and make national security an issue on the midterm campaign trail — raised more than $2.3 million during the Federal Election Commission's second filing quarter, from more than 20,000 donations. More important, the groups still have about $3 million in the bank ready to burn. Unlike many super PACs, which have spent big during a primary season defined by intraparty squabbles, Bolton's super PAC has been saving for the big show. Most of the expenditures have been related to consulting and fundraising -- and have been minimal.
How the heck did Bolton raise millions of dollars for foreign policy during a midterm campaign season? And where might he spend it?
He may not have been spending much money, but Bolton has been assembling an impressive list of e-mail addresses, if his Web footprint is any indicator. And as we've learned in recent presidential campaigns, few things are more important to a nascent presidential bid than a long e-mail list of people who have opened their pockets to you before. Hmm, this Bolton super PAC business is starting to make a lot of sense.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Malaysia Flight 17

I will just put the question out there. Is there any possibility that the shooting down of Flight 17 could have been a false flag? It's been known to happen throughout history, what about here? Who would have such a motive?

Muslim Assholes

The “religion of peace” is at it again, this time posting warnings in Chicago that they intend to start attacking Jews in the Windy City.
The Times of Israel reported on Monday that the threatening fliers were left on cars in Pulaski Park neighborhood on Chicago’s near northwest side.
Chicago Police Department News Affairs Officer Jose Estrada confirmed the posting of the fliers left on half a dozen cars in the area.
The Chicago Tribune told its readers, “According to residents in the area, the leaflets made threats to Jewish people in connection with the conflict in Gaza which began on July 8. The leaflets threaten violence if Israel does not pull out of Gaza, according to residents and police.”
The Chicago Police Dept. says it has its hate crimes unit on the case.
These fliers appeared just prior to the “die-in” protest launched in Chicago by terror supporters opposed to the existence of Israel.
The terror supporters began their protest downtown and ended it in front of the Israeli Consulate in Chicago.
Notice that Jews are not parading around the world claiming they are going to attack so-called “Palestinians” in cities like Chicago, New York, Paris, or Berlin. The Israelis are concerned only with the enemy at their gates.
Meanwhile, Muslims are threatening attacks on innocent people all across the world.
Quite a contrast, there.
As always, Muslims illegitimize themselves with their love of death, murder, and terrorism.


Contact: Raul Montes, Jr.

 Activist and residents backlash over erroneous Red-light ticket violations; want a response and accountability from City of Chicago and refunds given to motorists who received tickets erroneously

 What: Press conference and protest

 When: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

 Where: 3100 S King Drive
            Chicago, IL 60616

 Time: 12: 30 p.m.

 Chicago, IL-- There has been a spike in Red-light photo enforced tickets that were given erroneously to thousands of drivers. The question raised is the accuracy and the management of the surveillance of the surveillance system. Red-Flex was a nightmare to many motorists and a debacle and there should be some accountability and a thorough investigation on them.

 The Red-light camera program is the nation largest with 352 cameras at 174 intersections. Activist Raul Montes, Jr. questions the accuracy and calibration of the cameras. On Wednesday, activists and residents will protest at an intersection that is known to give tickets erroneously.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Diversity Defined


 noun \də-ˈvər-sə-tē, dī-\
: the quality or state of having many different forms, types, ideas, etc.
: the state of having people who are different races or who have different cultures in a group or organization
plural di·ver·si·ties

Full Definition of DIVERSITY

:  the condition of having or being composed of differing elements :  varietyespecially :  the inclusion of different types of people (as people of different races or cultures) in a group or organization <programs intended to promote diversity in schools>
:  an instance of being composed of differing elements or qualities :  an instance of being diverse <a diversity of opinion>

Examples of DIVERSITY

  1. The island has more diversity in plant life than other islands nearby.
  2. The city is known for its cultural diversity.
  3. The school aims for diversity in its student population.
  4. Another factor in Burns' rise has been the strength and depth of Xerox's commitment to diversity. One-third of Xerox's 3,819 executives are women and 22% are minorities. —Nanette Byrnes et al., Business Week, 8 June 2009


(see diverse)
First Known Use: 14th century

Monday, July 21, 2014

Are you scared yet?

The POS’s destruction of the U.S. military continues, and Congress will not do a thing to stop it. Why? Because the new commander-nominee is a woman.
If a woman wants to be Commander of USAF Pacific, all she has to do is to be a career combat pilot. But Lori Robinson is not. Her nomination is rank politics — the Left’s ideology of Affirmative Action over competence and training.

I hope the U.S. never has to regret this decision.