Thursday, January 28, 2016

NASA Day of Remembrance
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on

Today is the 'NASA Day of Remembrance'...30 years since the Challenger disaster. And not to be forgotten is the Columbia and Apollo 1 disasters as well. May they all Rest in Peace amongst the stars...may space exploration continue on for exploring the unknown is indeed man's greatest adventure.

And as our beloved Ronald Reagan said, "We will never forget them nor the last time we saw them ... as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and 'slipped the surly bonds of earth' to 'touch the face of God.'"

Click the link below to hear one of the greatest speeches ever given...Reagan's memorial to the Challenger crew...who indeed touched the face of God.

This Monday, Iowa will kick off the 2016 presidential primary process. Iowans closely guard their station as residents of the first state in the union to voice their choice for the presidential nominee for the Republican and Democratic parties.

Many of us non-Iowans are used to voting in primaries. For us, this means showing up on a certain day at our polling place between certain hours or sending in our absentee ballots before the primary date.

In Iowa, the process works much differently. They caucus rather than vote. What does this mean?

In the state's 99 counties, there exist 1,681 caucus locations. The locations range from schools and civic centers to Thoma's Dairy Bar Cafe in Garnavillo (population 745). Caucuses can even happen in homes!

The caucuses are run by the Democratic and Republican parties rather than by the state of Iowa.

People who want to participate must first figure out where their caucus is located (both parties have a website that provide the information), then show up and get in line to register by 7 pm the night of the caucus.

While you must be registered as a "party member" to caucus, both parties allow you to register on the night of the caucus at your location. Republican caucuses require valid ID; Democratic caucuses require none.

Syrian refugees admitted into US since Paris jihad murders in November: 525 Muslims, 1 Christian
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Syrian refugees admitted into US since Paris jihad murders in November: 525 Muslims, 1 Christian
Relax, kaffir. What could possibly go wrong? Barack Obama and John Kerry have magic powers that shelter them from the consequences of their actions. They need not be concerned about the fact that last February, the Islamic State boasted it would soon flood Europe with as many as 500,000 refugees. And the Lebanese Education Minister […]
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NYC: Uber Muslim Driver REFUSES Pregnant Passenger Because of Service Dog, THEN BEATS SERVICE DOG

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

New Yorkers or any city dweller who relies on car services  would do well to think twice before taking a ride with a devout Muslim driver, especially if you are gay or a single young female in a skirt above the knees, or visibly Jewish.

Muslim cab drivers refusing rides with service dogs (or any dogs) are a problem across the country.
“Uber Driver Slams Service Dog to Ground After Fight with Owner, Police Say,” DNA Info, January 27, 2016:
MIDTOWN — An Uber driver viciously slammed a passenger’s service dog onto the ground after telling her she couldn’t have the pooch in his car — leaving the animal with a dislocated hip and an injured knee that required surgery, police said.
The 30-year-old Manhattan resident had...
O'Reilly Urges Miffed Trump to Reconsider, Join Fox Debate
Image: O'Reilly Urges Miffed Trump to Reconsider, Join Fox Debate By Greg Richter / Newmax
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly scolded Donald Trump on his show Wednesday, telling the GOP presidential front-runner his skipping the Fox News debate is not helpful to the country.

"I don't think not showing up at the debate tomorrow night is good for America," O'Reilly said. "Voters are still assessing you. They need to see you in high-profile situations."

Trump had scheduled the interview on "The O'Reilly Factor" last week and honored his commitment to show up despite his spat with Fox News, which Trump accused of being childish in taunting him with a press release that he would face tougher challenges than debate moderator Megyn Kelly if elected.
Trump told O'Reilly he is wrong and that he was right to walk away from the debate because he was mistreated.

"Frankly, when you are mistreated, as we were with the Iran deal, our country should have walked," he said.

O'Reilly said he believes Trump wants to improve the country, but that by skipping the debate he loses a chance to convince others of that.