Saturday, February 13, 2016


Here's today's...February13th...RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS radio show for any who missed it and want to hear what Craig and I said...and as always we stand by every word.

Today we discussed Part 2 of our 2-part series 'Email Scandals and Cover-Ups'; and Craig explains socialism from a snarky point of view.

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OHIO BLOODBATH: Muslim Muhammad Barry Named MACHETE ATTACKER HACKING PEOPLE in Nazareth Restaurant

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

Toppled chairs, bloody towels now in the Nazareth restaurant after machete attack. 4 people hurt.

“There’s blood all over inside the restaurant,” Steven Bass, Karen’s husband, told WSYX.
Patrons called it a “bloodbath.” READ MORE HERE.

Knife jihad in America. Imams across the world and devout Islamic military groups exhort the faithful to wage jihad with knives.

Police shot and killed the jihadi who stormed into a central Ohio restaurant wielding a machete and began hacking people as they sat unsuspectingly at their dinner tables, after inquiring where the owner was from. The owner is an “outspoken Christian” from Israel. “Inside the restaurant, guests are greeted by…a small Israeli flag.”

Today, Saturday, February 13th from 11am to 1pm EST, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig Andresen and Diane Sori will discuss in detail Part 2 of our 2-part series 'Email Scandals and Cover-Ups,' and Craig explains socialism from a snarky point of view.

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Clinton Foundation Board Member Is Ex-EPA Administrator Who Used Fake Email Name ‘Richard Windsor’

Lisa Jackson, the former Environmental Protection Agency administrator who was caught using an email account under the pseudonym “Richard Windsor,” sits on the board of the Clinton Foundation, the charity of Hillary Clinton, of fame.

Jackson’s — or “Windsor’s” — position on the board has not been a secret, but it has received little media attention during the Clinton email scandal, which threatens to derail the Democrat’s White House hopes.

Jackson’s biography on the Clinton Foundation’s website shows that she took her position there in 2013. The bio states that Jackson is currently vice president of environmental initiatives as Apple. It details her career at EPA but makes no mention of her shady email habits.

Jackson’s tactics were not exactly the same as Clinton’s. While the former secretary of state exclusively used a personal email account hosted on a server housed in her basement, Jackson used the account as a secondary email address.

Jackson and the EPA defended the use of the Windsor account at the time, saying that it was a necessary step because Jackson’s regular email address was listed on the EPA’s website and received an enormous amount of correspondence. Officials at the agency said that using two email addresses was not an unusual step for senior government officials. But critics countered that most secondary email account are not set up using aliases. The critics charged that using the Windsor account allowed Jackson to skirt congressional inquiries and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.

Ironically, Jackson’s email chicanery prompted a Freedom of Information Act request filed with the State Department for information about Clinton’s email accounts. But that request, which was filed in Dec. 2012 by the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, was denied by the State Department which falsely claimed that no relevant records existed.
Katie mentioned last December how UnitedHealth Group Inc. was expecting hundreds of million in losses, and the possibility of withdrawing from the Affordable Care Act marketplace by 2017, since Obamacare isn’t becoming more affordable. More Americans are seeing paying the penalty to remain uninsured as the better economic choice than enrolling with insurance programs that have seen nothing but premium hikes.

Guy has written extensively about the unmitigated catastrophe that is the Affordable Care Act, which is a government policy saga dotted with nothing but premium hikes–even hitting plans considered cheap. The exchanges are a mess, and the enrollment projections for this year have been reduced by 8 million. Now, we have Blue Cross’s CEO bracing for financial disaster in North Carolina, of which his company is the state’s largest insurer, who might stop selling Obamacare policies altogether. Blue Cross and Blue Shield is the only insurer who sells ACA plans in all 100 counties (via The News and Observer): See video here:

Yes, I know that there’s no such thing as assault weapons, but let’s just entertain this awful piece of liberal jargon for the sake of argument. Over at Hot Air, Jazz Shaw noted that it might be time for the high court to definitively rule on whether it was a constitutional right for Americans to own AR-15 rifles.

Second Amendment enthusiasts were again hit with disappointment last December when the Court decided to take a pass on whether to hear oral arguments on an assault weapons ban implemented in the Chicago-area city of Highland Park. Now, on the east coast, deep-blue Maryland’s 2013 assault weapons ban is back in the legal crosshairs, with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that a stricter legal standard should have been applied to ascertain its constitutionality. It’s a tremendous decision, though the current ban remains in effect while the legal camps begin arming themselves for the fight ahead.

For starters, as we rehash the legal fight over Maryland’s ban, we’ll have to take another look at the caveats placed by the Supreme Court during the landmark DC v. Heller case, which guaranteed an individual right to own firearms in the defense of one’s life or property that are not associated with a well-regulated militia. This was applied to federal enclaves; it was expanded to the states in the McDonald v. Chicago decision.

Yet, the Court noted that this right was not unlimited, and that certain limitations on weapons considered “dangerous and unusual” could pass constitutional muster. Grenade launchers, rocket-propelled grenades, and atomic weapons fit this category, not AR-15 semiautomatic rifles. Yet, as Dahlia Lithwick wrote in Slate, it’s dubious whether the Supremes will get involved in Kolbe v. Hogan. It’s certainly a possibility, and it offers another legal avenue for Second Amendment supporters to make their case for a broader ruling over the entire country concerning the legality of assault weapons bans. On a side note, Ms. Lithwick, like most left-of-center publications, need to brush up on their firearms nomenclature (of which I sometimes screw up) righ