Just a Thought...
Shame on the Fresno Police
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor
What in hell is wrong with the Fresno CA police...a muslim man with a
history of making terrorist threats...with a history of white hatred and
threats against whites...a man suspected of murdering a white man last
week...cold-bloodily murdered three random white man yesterday on
Fresno's streets while yelling 'allahu-akbar' and the Fresno police say they will NOT
investigate the murders as an act of terrorism. I say they and all who think and act...or should I say refuse to act against the terrorists amongst us...will get us
all killed by their inactions.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
In January 2013, the state of Missouri denied Trinity Lutheran Church access to a program that provides recycled tires for playgrounds, on the grounds that it would violate the separation of church and state. More specifically, the state argued it would violate the Blaine Amendment, which states that no state taxpayer money should be intended for religious entities.
Townhall sat down with the Judicial Crisis Network’s Carrie Severino Tuesday, who discussed the Blaine Amendment, stating that it was an attempt by Speaker of the House James G. Blaine in 1875 to prevent the direct and indirect aid to religious institutions. It failed in Congress, though various state legislatures passed versions of it. In all, 37 states have Blaine Amendments in their constitutions. The language is so overarching that Severino said that, in theory, emergency services couldn't even respond to 9-1-1 calls from these groups. Besides this playground issue, the amendment also impacts education as well, with school voucher programs being obstructed by opponents who cite this law—even though taxpayers aren't funding religious education. The voucher money goes to parents who then choose whether to send their kids to private, parochial, or charter schools.
The Missouri version of the Blaine Amendment is the one of the most stringent in the country, Severino explained. It's also pretty questionable - especially when you consider the groups that support it. It has the thumbs up, for instance, from The Freedom from Religion Foundation, the ACLU, and the Satanic Temple.
No Longer Stifled, Obama Energy Department Official Admits We Should've Built Keystone
"One opinion I don't have to stifle anymore is that I think the Keystone XL pipeline should have been built," Sieminski told the news outlet Axios at a Brookings Institution event.
Judging by his remarks it appears not every member of the Obama White House wanted to capitulate to the environmental movement's demands. TransCanada applied for construction of the pipeline in the U.S. in 2008. Yet, Obama let climate activists dismantle the deal with their warnings that the pipeline would prompt the use of tar sands oil and in effect speed global warming.
After years of Obama stalling on the pipeline, Trump officially gave the green light for its construction in March. TransCanada CEO Russ Girling predicted Keystone XL will create thousands of jobs.
FBI investigating jihadis in all 50 states, jihadis plotting to strike in US “every single day”
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch
Yet the refusal to confront and assess their motivating ideology, and the misapprehension of what they’re all about, continues, despite President Trump’s repeated castigating of Obama and Hillary for refusing to name the enemy. Kelly says: “We are under attack from terrorists both within and outside of our borders. They are without conscience, and they […]
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This might put her over the top — if the French have any sense left. Although with a Muslim population of 10%, it may very well be too late.
French election: Le Pen pledges to suspend immigration
BBC, 18 April 2017:
One of the frontrunners in the French presidential election, far-right leader Marine Le Pen, says she would suspend all legal immigration to France.
The National Front (FN) leader told a rally that she wanted to stop “a mad, uncontrolled situation”.
Polls suggest she is neck and neck with centrist Emmanuel Macron, ahead of Sunday’s first round of voting.
Mr Macron warned voters that choosing far-left candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon would be like Cuba without the sun.
Opinion polls predict that Mr Macron and Ms Le Pen will reach the second round on 7 May. But it looks like a very tight race.
According to an Elabe poll for news channel BFMTV, Mr Macron is on course to get 24% of the vote in the first round, Marine Le Pen 23%, conservative Francois Fillon 19.5% and Mr Mélenchon 18%.Read entire article here: http://pamelageller.com/2017/04/french-election-le-pen-pledges-suspend-immigration.html/