Monday, August 3, 2015

Tomorrow...Tuesday, August 4th, 
my Right Side Patriot partner and friend Craig Andresen and I          will post our investigative report  
'The Truth About Planned Parenthood.'  
Hope you give it a read because some of what 
we uncovered will really make you see the evil behind 
this most vile organization.
Growth of Manufacturing Jobs Greatest in Michigan

Industrial employment has seen a surge in the United States over the past five years, with the sector adding around 855,000 new jobs — an increase of 7.5 percent.

The factors driving the increase include rising wages in China, which discourages American manufacturing firms from operating there, and the U.S. energy boom fueled by improved drilling techniques (including fracking), which lowers manufacturing costs.

Using Bureau of Labor Statistics data, compiled rankings of 373 large, medium-sized, and small U.S. cities based on their manufacturing jobs.

The rankings take into account manufacturing growth over specified periods: from 2003 to 2014 (long term), 2009 to 2014 (medium term), and the past two years, plus momentum.

At the top of the list for job growth among large cities — those with at least 450,000 nonfarm jobs — is the Detroit metro area. Since 2009, Detroit has seen 31.3 percent growth to 89,300 industrial jobs, due in large part to a flourishing auto industry, and 9.8 percent growth from 2013 to 2014.

In second place is another Michigan metro, Warren-Troy in the Detroit suburbs, which has seen 38.8 percent growth since 2009 including 5.1 percent in the last two years.

Yet another Michigan metro takes third place — Grand Rapids, which has seen 27.9 percent growth from 2009 to 2014 and now has 104,000 manufacturing jobs, according to

Growth in the auto industry has also fueled employment in the Nashville, Tenn., metro, No. 4 on the list with 23.9 percent growth from 2009 to 2014.

Rounding out the top 10 metros, in order, are: Albany, N.Y.; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Louisville, Ky.; Kansas City, Mo.; Houston, Texas, and Portland, Ore.

America's three largest metros have seen a loss of manufacturing jobs in recent years. Los Angeles ranks No. 59 among the 70 large metros, with a 2.9 percent decline in those jobs from 2009 to 2014; Chicago is No. 60 with a 1.5 percent decline — including a 0.8 percent drop in the last two years; and New York is No. 62 with a 3.3 percent decline.

New Orleans is at the bottom of the list with a 15.3 percent decline since 2009.

Among medium-sized cities — those with 150,000 to 450,000 jobs — Toledo, Ohio, is No. 1 with growth of 27.4 percent from 2009 to 2014, followed by Savannah, Ga., and Baton Rouge, La.

For small cities with less than 150,000 jobs, Madera, Calif., is No. 1 with a 59.8 percent job growth, followed by Naples, Fla., and Sebastian-Vero Beach, Fla.
Lest we forget why cracking down on illegal immigration ought to remain one of the nation's top priorities, here are just a few news stories from this past week to remind you, especially in the wake of Kate Steinle's murder, how frequently these entirely preventable crimes occur. 

- On Monday afternoon Juan Razo murdered a 60-year-old woman, tried to kill another woman, and attempted to rape his teenager niece in Painesville, Ohio. Police had confronted Razo, who was spotted in a suspicious vehicle, earlier this month, during which time he admitted to being in the country illegally. Deputies then called U.S. Border Patrol, but the agency didn’t respond to take him into custody since he had no known criminal record. Thus, the officers could not hold him.

- In North Carolina, police arrested Jose Orlando Garcia for kidnapping a 6-year-old girl with the intention of raping her. According to the report, ‘Garcia grabbed the girl by the arm, opened a window to a vacant apartment and forced her through a window against her will.’ The illegal immigrant was charged with breaking and entering, abduction of a child, first-degree kidnapping and indecent liberties with a child.

- In Texas, a 16-year-old Mexican national who admitted to being in the country illegally was arrested on Saturday after he set a police patrol car on fire, aimed a rifle at an officer, and led them on a 35-minute car chase during which time he swerved at two motorcycle officers who were escorting a funeral, striking one of them. He told officers his actions were retaliation for ‘his people’ and called the incident a ‘war against the government’ “because the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement is always sending Mexicans back to Mexico for no reason, when those immigrants are the ones doing all the work here in the U.S.,” reported. He was charged with aggravated assault on a public servant with a deadly weapon; possession of a controlled substance; evading arrest with a vehicle; and arson.

- For many youths who fled gang violence and poverty in Central America, the future may not be so bright for them here—and it will be even worse for American citizens. According to authorities, in two counties in Long Island, New York, gangs associated with MS-13 are actively recruiting ‘the more than 3,000 migrant children younger than 18 who have recently settled in the area.’ Hear that? Thousands of potential new gang members. Great.
Just when the GOP thought it was in the clear after The Donald told Dana Loesch that he wasn’t considering an independent run, he followed up later by saying he might if the RNC isn’t fair to him.

That, of course, would be disastrous, and RNC Chair Reince Priebus discussed what exactly a third-party run would mean for both parties.

On NBC's "Meet the Press," Priebus said that it would “only make sense" that candidates "wouldn't run as a third party." Doing so, he continued, would be a “death wish” for both parties.

The Hill has more:
"If you're going to run for the nomination of our private organization, which is the Republican Party, that it only makes sense that you would, number one, agree that a Republican would be better than a Democrat running on the other side and that you wouldn't run as a third party," he said.
Donald Trump recently told The Hill in an exclusive interview that the chances he will launch a third party White House run will "absolutely" increase if the RNC is unfair to him during the 2016 primary season.
"I think a third party, at least a serious one, on either side of the aisle, would be a death wish to both parties. So I don't think it's unreasonable to say that candidates ought to support on our side, the Republican nominee, if it's not them, and they ought to pledge not to run as a third party," Priebus added.
On whether he has reached out to candidates, Priebus said he hasn't made phone calls to "every candidate."
Priebus said Trump was not hurting the Republican party's image, but added, "Donald Trump speaks for Donald Trump, and no, I don't think it has anything to do with the Republican Party...None of these candidates speak for the party."
Priebus said the GOP would likely have a Republican nominee by March or early April.
Obama’s $500 million 50-man “moderate” army: half already dead, captured, out of action

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch

Obama’s $500 million 50-man “moderate” army: half already dead, captured, out of action

Last week they were missing. Now they have been found, and it isn’t pretty. Yet no one in the Obama Administration, the State Department, or the mainstream media seems particularly curious as to why it has been so hard to find “moderates” in Syria. This program will continue to waste taxpayer dollars. “US-trained rebels fighting […]
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Khamenei Advisor: “Regardless of how the P5+1 countries interpret the nuclear agreement, their entry into our military sites is absolutely forbidden.”
Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

It just keeps getting worse. What Obama has inflicted upon the world with this nuke deal is an unfolding disaster that will keep punishing the free world for years, if not decades, to come.

“Khamenei’s Advisor Ali Akbar Velayati: Inspectors Will Not Be Allowed into Iranian Military Sites,” MEMRI, July 31, 2015:
In an Al-Jazeera interview, Ali Akbar Velayati, advisor to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, said: “Regardless of how the P5+1 countries interpret the nuclear agreement, their entry into our military sites is absolutely forbidden.” He further said that “the missile issue is not a part of the nuclear agreement with the P5+1.” The interview aired on July 31, 2015.
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