Friday, July 1, 2016

Happy 240th Birthday America
 By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on

As we head into the July 4th weekend...and while we enjoy the beach, 
 bar'b'ques, and fireworks galore...
let's NOT forget all our Forefathers fought for to make sure that 
“these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent states.” 

And while Barack HUSSEIN Obama has forgotten this...if he ever knew this that is...
we current day patriots have not forgotten it and will continue to fight on 
to assure that these United States remain the greatest and freest nation the world 
has ever known. 

And may God Bless America always, and may 'He the Most Holy' keep our troops safe 
as they continue their fight overseas to keep us safe and free at home.

No, Hillary, It Is Not Time to Move On

David Limbaugh
No, Hillary, It Is Not Time to Move OnAm I fantasizing even to hope that Hillary Clinton will finally be held accountable for her lies and corruption -- to say nothing of her actions in her role as bimbo-slayer for her libidinous husband?

Perhaps so, but to borrow an underused cliche, hope springs eternal.

Hillary has operated above the law for so many years that her disinclination toward humility has ripened into unbounded hubris, which was particularly on display in her comments about the recently released House Select Committee on Benghazi report on the tragedy in Libya.

Clinton said the committee found nothing new and it is time to move on. Among her many liberal apologists, the panelists on "The View" united in outrage over the Republicans spending $7 million and "finding nothing new" against Clinton.

Joy Behar, after proclaiming that The New York Times "is the paper of record in this country, no matter what they tell you," indignantly noted that the cover of that paper reported, "Benghazi Panel Finds No Misdeeds by Clinton." She said, "So, I mean, that should be the last word."

Oh? To quote The Church Lady, "Isn't that special?"

Rubio Up 64 Points Over Senate Challenger In Latest Poll

Rubio Up 64 Points Over Senate Challenger In Latest PollAbout a week after Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida reversed his vow to return to private life and announced he would be running for reelection, new polls show he is steamrolling his competition.

A poll by the Associated Industries of Florida indicates voters would mark Rubio’s name on the primary ballot over real estate developer Carlos Beruff 71-7, a remarkable 64-point lead. Undecided voters come in at 18 percent, with the remaining four percent split up by little-known candidates Ernie Rivera, an entrepreneur and pastor, and Dwight Young, a law enforcement official.

Local news outlets reported that despite the millions of dollars Beruff has poured into TV advertisements, 76 percent of Floridians do not know who he is. Last week Beruff pledged to put another $15 to $20 million of his own money into his campaign.

The AIF poll showed Rubio is also viewed positively by a significant margin of voters. With 71-21 percent favorable-unfavorable ratings, he is doing better than presidential candidate Donald Trump, who clocks in at 62-32.

DHS top dog Jeh Johnson refuses to answer Senate on scrubbing terror docs of all mention of jihad and Islam
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


DHS top dog Jeh Johnson refuses to answer Senate on scrubbing terror docs of all mention of jihad and Islam
Throughout this questioning by Ted Cruz, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson maintains that how the enemy is identified is unimportant, and that he and other intelligence and law enforcement top dogs know full well who the enemy is, and are busy foiling his plots. Cruz, in response, shreds Johnson, pointing to numerous ways in which the […]
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Bill Clinton Meeting With Lynch Reignites Republican Critics of Email Probe

A private conversation between Bill Clinton and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday, amid an ongoing FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private e-mail server, sparked rebukes from Republicans and concern among some Democrats about the perceptions it created.

Late Thursday, the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch requested that the U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General investigate the meeting.

"Attorney General Lynch’s meeting with President Clinton creates the appearance of a violation of law, ethical standards and good judgment," the group said in a statement. "Attorney General Lynch’s decision to breach the well-defined ethical standards of the Department of Justice and the American legal profession is an outrageous abuse of the public’s trust.

"Her conduct and statements undermine confidence in her ability to objectively investigate and prosecute possible violations of law associated with President Clinton and Secretary Clinton. This incident undermines the public’s faith in the fair administration of justice. Simply stated, Attorney General Lynch’s June 29, 2016 meeting with former President Clinton creates the broad public impression that 'the fix is in.'"

Japan Supreme Court Upholds Government’s Blanket Surveillance of Muslims

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

Here is a country that is dealing with reality. There is a problem in Islam, and the reason the West is losing this war is that we will not recognize or acknowledge that problem. Japan does.

This is war, and Japan is taking appropriate measures. If you are a Muslim who rejects the Islamic texts and teachings that call for holy war, creed apartheid, gender apartheid, Islamic Jew-hatred and domination over the unbeliever, then I am sure Japan will welcome you. If not, you should not be welcome in any Western country. This is what is required when a country is at war. Any nation targeted by devout Muslims needs to adopt this measure.

A group of Japanese Muslims sued the government for invasion of privacy etc. They lost but they were ...