Saturday, September 24, 2016

Hillary Clinton, International Arms Dealer
Hillary Clinton as secretary of state approved of selling  $316 billion of our most powerful American weapons and war planes to foreign countries, many of which throw homosexuals off buildings, murder their political enemies, force women to live in black cocoons, don’t let them drive or attend school, and fund terrorism against us and Israel.  In turn, these dozens of foreign nations and the American weapons manufacturers forked over tens of millions of dollars to the Clinton-controlled slush fund called the Clinton Foundation.

The most stunning example uncovered in a 2015 International Business Times (IBT) investigative article : a sweet deal cut by Clinton along with a group of American defense contractors led by Boeing to sell $29 billion worth of advanced fighter jets to Saudi Arabia.

Israeli officials told the Obama administration the Saudis’ new air dominance would disrupt the area’s balance of power. They were ignored. Still, it was a mystery why the Clinton-led State Department, repeatedly voicing disapproval of the Muslim kingdom’s anti-woman, anti-gay, anti-human rights policies, would approve the deal.

It was a mystery unless you knew that the Saudis contributed at least $10 million to the Clinton Foundation before Mrs. C became secretary. And unless you knew that Boeing had tossed $900,000 into the Foundation coffers weeks before the deal was finalized. No wonder, as Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Shapiro declared at a press conference announcing the approval, the deal had been “a top priority” for Clinton personally.

The War On Guns: Your Guide To Fighting False Media Narratives And Anti-Second Amendment Rhetoric
Dr. John Lott is the go-to expert when it comes to crime data and Second Amendment rights. His studies from the Crime Prevention Center have been cited in numerous pieces, including ones published here on Townhall, about the Left’s incessant, and often ridiculous, efforts to strip Americans of their Second Amendment rights. His studies have proven that contrary to what the anti-gun Left says about concealed carry holders, they’re actually more law-abiding than law enforcement. It proved to be useful data when the Violence Policy Center, an anti-gun outfit, decided to push the narrative that concealed carry holders were killers by fudging the data between convictions and trials pending. The VPC combined the two to cook the books. As any lawyer would know, there’s an explicit difference between a conviction and a pending trial. He’s also taken a stab at the whole myth about background checks, which isn’t the magic bullet to creating safer communities.

In Oregon, Christopher Harper-Mercer was able to kill nine people at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg last year. Oregon has a universal background check law for all gun purchases. Yet, Lott took this talking point to task in 2013, when Congress was mulling a universal background check bill by Sens. Pat Toomey (R-PA) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) post-Newtown. For starters, the media was blitzing the scene, rehashing the 40 percent myth—the false claim that 40 percent of all gun sales are performed without a background check—and delved into the realm of private purchases. Lott noted that the 40 percent myth is based on very old data, with a sample size that isn’t worth considering for any serious academic review. Also, the sales in the 251-person survey from which the 40 percent myth is derived were based on sales before the Brady bill mandated background checks on gun sales.

Second, most private sales where background checks aren’t performed are mostly relegated to family purchases and fall within the low single digits overall. Other than that, there’s really no hard data on private sales.

Obama vetoes bill allowing families to sue foreign governments linked to terror attacks
By Robert Spencer /  Jihad Watch


Obama vetoes bill allowing families to sue foreign governments linked to terror attacks
Always ready to go to bat for the Saudis. “Obama Vetoes Terrorism Bill as Override Votes Loom,” by John T. Bennett, Roll Call, September 23, 2016: President Barack Obama on Friday vetoed a bill that would allow families of the victims of terrorist attacks in the United States to sue foreign governments believed to be […]
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Rush to Confirm New Citizens Before Election Puts National Security at Risk

Pamela Geller / THE GELLER  REPORT
grassleyThe Obama administration is at war against America.

Obama Admitted Nearly 1 Million from Muslim-majority Countries from 2009-2014 The data doesn’t include illegals or other categories of so-called immigrants so the number is … significantly more.

A friend of mine who recently took her citizenship oath in NYC said there was a table registering all the new citizens as Democrats (many of the new Americans didn’t speak English and didn’t even know what they were signing). When my friend balked, the Democrat thugs were very aggressive and insistent that she signed. She refused. But I am sure most don’t — they may even think it is required.

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Friday, September 23, 2016

What Happens to the Democratic Party if Clinton Loses?
Certainly there's reason to think -- or fear -- that the Republican Party will change. Republicans likely won't supply the bulk of support for free trade agreements as they increasingly have for 40 years. Prominent Republicans probably won't press for mass legalization of illegal immigrants, as they did in 2006, 2007 and 2013.

If Trump loses, the Republican electorate will have become more downscale and elderly -- a continuation of a process that's been in train since the middle 1990s. The long-term migration of voters southward along Interstate 95 will have made the East Coast just about as solidly Democratic as the West Coast, leaving a Republican rump in the interior South and the Great Plains.

Anti-Trump Republicans hope the Trump effect will just go away, and will note that a defeated Trump will not leave behind much in the nature of an institutional apparatus, as the defeated Barry Goldwater arguably did in 1964. But the argument for going back to pre-Trump positions is weakened by the fact that Republicans have lost four of the six presidential elections between 1992 and 2012.

NYC jihad bomber was flagged twice in 2014, but passed scrutiny
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


NYC jihad bomber was flagged twice in 2014, but passed scrutiny
He passed scrutiny because the FBI and other agencies have no idea what they’re looking for. And that is because on October 19, 2011, Farhana Khera of Muslim Advocates delivered a letter to John Brennan, who was then the assistant to the president on National Security for Homeland Security and Counter Terrorism. The letter was signed by […]

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Israeli Acting National Security Advisor Jacob Nagel (L) and U.S. Undersecretary of State Tom Shannon are seen signing a new ten-year pact on security assistance between the two nations at the State Department in Washington, Sept. 14, 2016.
New US-Israel Agreement Comes with Tough Conditions
Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC)
The US and Israel have agreed to a new 10-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which will provide Israel with $38 billion in foreign aid for Israel for defense spending. (Non-military aid to Israel ended in 2007.) There are two big changes in this MOU, one having to do with Israel’s defense sector and one having to do with missile defense.

In the previous MOU, Israel could spend just over a quarter of American defense aid at home. That is being phased out in the new agreement and Israel will eventually have to spend all of the US aid in the US. This will cost Israeli defense companies up to $10 billion in sales of drones, missiles, tanks, and other equipment, according to Reuters.