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See Obama admit seeking advice from communist

by Bob unruh

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While it’s been widely believed that the “Frank” in President Obama’s “Dreams from My Father” memoir was prominent Communist Party activist Frank Marshall Davis, Obama himself can be heard acknowledging the identity in a 1995 lecture broadcast on municipal TV that now is being spotlighted by an advocacy group.

In “The Author Series” program by Cambridge Municipal Television in Massachusetts, Obama referred to a passage in his book in which Davis “schools” him on race relations.

Significantly, while “Frank” is mentioned 22 times in “Dreams from My Father,” the audio version – released shortly after Obama’s famous 2004 speech at the Democratic National Convention – purged all references to Davis.

In the Sept. 28, 1995, TV program, Obama refers to Davis only as a well-known poet, but Cliff Kincaid, president of American Survival, who highlighted the recently posted video of the broadcast, pointed out Davis was a card-carrying member of the Communist Party USA who was the subject of a 600-page FBI file.

Kincaid argues Obama’s reference to being schooled on race relations is further evidence that Obama was mentored by Davis during his teen years.

Just two months ago, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was widely scorned for stating Obama “was influenced by Frank Marshall Davis, who was a communist.”
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Obama states in the 1995 lecture: “And the conversation finally ends with me having a conversation with a close friend of my maternal grandfather, a close friend of gramps, a black man from Kansas named Frank. Actually at the time a fairly well known poet named Frank Marshall Davis who had moved to Hawaii and lived there. And so I have a discussion with him about the kinds of frustrations I’m having and he sort of schools me that I should get used to these frustrations.”

Kincaid said that along with being a prominent communist propagandist, Davis was a porn photographer and possibly a pedophile.

Read about the communist influences in Barack Obama’s life, in “The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis, the Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mentor.”

Kincaid said the confirmation of the identify of “Frank” doesn’t make much difference politically since Obama is in the last two years of his second term, but he believes it could have made a difference in 2008.

Kincaid said Obama’s comments in 1995 align with the view of him as an “angry young man” who was preoccupied with race relations.

He notes Obama’s comment about being “without father figures around who might guide and steer my anger.”

“It’s clear from the passages that he reads that Davis became that father figure,” Kincaid said.

Significantly, he said, it appears Davis told Obama that blacks “have a reason or even a right to hate.”

Kincaid pointed out that he wrote in 2012 that the Obama administration’s “tactics are to exploit and manipulate racial and ethnic differences for political gain.”

“This is not an accident but a deliberate political strategy that one can find in the mind of Obama’s communist mentor Frank Marshall Davis, who ‘educated Obama during his critical growing up years,” Kincaid wrote. “Black people, Davis told Obama, have ‘reason to hate.’ ‘The evidence shows that Obama has incorporated that hatred in his policies and pronouncements.”

Kincaid said it appears Obama “sees Marxism as the answer or solution to white racism.”

See the video and analysis by Kincaid:

Barack Obama Sr. was absent from Barack Obama Jr.’s life. The senior Obama apparently never even lived with Obama Jr.’s mother, Ann Dunham, who left Hawaii for Seattle to study at the University of Washington only a few weeks after Obama Jr. was born Aug. 4, 1961.

When “Obama Nation,” by WND senior writer Jerome Corsi, was published during the 2008 election reporting Davis’ communist background and links to the presidential candidate, the campaign fought back, denying Davis was anything more than a family friend.

“The key role Frank Marshall Davis plays in the autobiography is not to provide Obama with words from his poems as a voice for Obama’s black rage. Instead Davis is the mentor Obama seeks for wisdom and advice, for instance when he has a crisis with his grandmother that was so traumatic Obama still mentions it today,” the campaign said.

Corsi contended, however, in a rebuttal to the campaign, it is “conceivable Davis was a mentor for Obama whom Obama sought for wisdom in crises, such as that experienced with his grandmother, even if Obama ultimately concluded Frank Marshall Davis ‘fell short’ and his view of race was ‘incurable.’”

Corsi wrote further:

There is nothing contradictory about the two positions. Conceivably, Frank Marshall Davis had his greatest influence upon Obama when Obama first met him, with the influence of the older man diminishing over time. Yet, Obama himself tells us he was listening to Frank Marshall Davis’ advice right up until the time he left Hawaii to attend college in California, ultimately rejecting Davis’ argument that Obama was going to college to be “trained” into a white middle class world of “corner offices” and “fancy dinners.”

When consulting Frank Marshall Davis after the shock over learning his grandmother had been frightened not because a panhandler approached her, but because the panhandler was black, Obama shares with us some of Frank Marshall Davis’ wisdom. “She understands that black people have a reason to hate,” Obama quotes Davis as saying. “For your sake, I wish it were otherwise,” Davis tells Obama that night. “But it’s not. So you might as well get used to it.”

Obama reports that the earth shook under his feet, “ready to crack at any moment.” Then, he wrote, “I stopped, trying to steady myself, and knew for the first time that I was utterly alone.”

This passage confirms the truth of the statement in “The Obama Nation.” Instead of being a lie, it is true – according to Obama himself – that he sought Frank Marshall Davis’ counsel on the day he first heard the grandmother-panhandler story.

‘Move along, nothing to see here’

WND reported in 2012 historian Paul Kengor made a case for the influence of Davis on Obama’s life in his book, “The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis, the Untold Story of Barack Obama’s Mentor.”

In an interview with WND at the time the book was released, Kengor noted establishment media wanted to “avoid Frank Marshall Davis like the plague” because of Davis’ membership in the Communist Party.

In his autobiography, Obama describes Davis as a father figure, with a permanent influence on his life, whose counsel helped him navigate his teen years and guide him into his adulthood.

Kengor said Davis can be heard in Obama’s rhetoric and ideas, including Obama’s vow on the eve of his historic election to bring “fundamental change” to the U.S. – the exact term Davis used to describe a communist revolution in the U.S.

Kengor pointed out that when Davis launched the communist Chicago Star newspaper in 1946 he called for a “new Declaration of Independence” in his first column. Davis wrote that history teaches, alluding to the Marxist dialectic, that “any fundamental change advancing society is spearheaded by strong radicals.”

“It’s mindboggling,” Kengor said of Obama’s use of Davis’ language. “You can’t make this stuff up.”

Kengor said Obama’s decision to not use Davis’ full name in “Dreams” was a “clear indication that he knows how radical Frank was.”

“That was also an indication to his sycophants on the left to also stay away from Frank Marshall Davis,” said Kengor, a professor at Grove City College in Pennsylvania whose scholarship has focused on the Cold War and the communist movement in the U.S.

Davis’ communist activities in Chicago put him on the radar of the FBI and Congress in the 1940s and 1950s before he moved to Hawaii in the 1960s and began frequently receiving Obama in his Honolulu home in the 1970s.

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Liberal Policies Are Turning Upstate New York Into Another Detroit

by rusty
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An incredible piece that appeared in the Deseret News this past week shows how Democrat platforms such as high taxes and over-regulation are turning upstate New York into another debacle like Detroit.

The report focuses on Binghamton, a city once known as a powerhouse of industry but which now shares many similar economic measures as Detroit.

For example, 31% of Binghamton residents live at or below the federal poverty line, a number just shy of the Motor City which has 38% of its residents at that level.

The author of the piece refers to upstate New York as “Detroit with grass.”

Via Deseret News:

Upstate New York is becoming Detroit with grass.

Binghamton, New York — once a powerhouse of industry — is now approaching Detroit in many economic measures, according to the U.S. Census. In Binghamton, more than 31 percent of city residents are at or below the federal poverty level compared to 38 percent in Detroit. Average household income in Binghamton at $30,179 in 2012 barely outpaces Detroit’s $26,955. By some metrics, Binghamton is behind Detroit. Some 45 percent of Binghamton residents own their dwellings while more than 52 percent of Detroit residents are homeowners. Both “Rust Belt” cities have lost more than 2 percent of their populations.

Binghamton is not alone. Upstate New York — that vast 50,000-square mile region north of New York City — seems to be in an economic death spiral.

Upstate New York is losing jobs, dollars, and people at a staggering rate, and the report cites a major reason for that being tethered to uber-liberal New York City, whose residents “overwhelmingly support higher taxes, stricter regulation and bigger spending than the national averages.”

“Those policies are blamed for upstate’s economic woes by many in the region.”

The mindset between upstate New York and the city and Long Island are stark in their differences. Upstate New York overwhelmingly rejected Governor Cuomo and his Democrat policies this past election, with Republican Rob Astorino winning 42 counties to Cuomo’s 8.

The report concludes that upstate New York could flourish if they could only “get out from under New York’s tax-and-regulatory system.”

Read more at http://menrec.com/liberal-policies-are-turning-upstate-new-york-into-another-detroit/

Scientist Confesses: “Global Warming a $22 Billion Scam”

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This is a very comprehensive article. The facts are amazing. Liberals love to control their subjects by any means necessary.
Check it out:

Imagine, for a moment, sitting at a prestigious steakhouse in Palm Beach, Florida, a hot spot for some of the most wealthy and famous — Donald Trump, Tiger Woods, Oprah Winfrey, James Patterson, Rush Limbaugh, and hundreds more.

And, imagine dining with a handful of men you’ve only read about. Some of them are worth millions, others published best-selling books, and some have held prominent positions at the White House.

In essence, you’re sitting at a five-person table of VIPs.

You’re about to take a bite of your New York strip when one of the men, a top U.S. intelligence agent, slams a 164-page document in the middle of the table.

This document, you soon find out, contains damning evidence that a network of politicians, corporations, and scientists have conspired together to promote the fear of “global warming” . . . despite evidence clearly stating no such “global warming” exists.

The motive: $22 billion per year.

To be clear . . . that’s $22 billion of taxpayers’ money . . . the amount that our government pays to stop the “global warming” epidemic.

MAN GETS PRISON FOR COLLECTING HIS OWN RAIN WATER

BY ROYCE CHRISTYN

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Collecting rainwater on your own property can now lead to jail time, as proven by a man from Oregon who was just sentenced to prison for doing just that. Who owns the rain? The US government, apparently, now. Not so long ago, it was common practice across much of the world to collect rainwater into man made wells on your property as a means of farming, irrigation, and having fresh clean water. It was just as common as canning your own food, having knowledge of at least some basic survival skills, and being self-sufficient.

It wasn’t even that many generations ago that all of this was common practice – people born before WWII were pretty adept at these skills, as they were a necessity to survival. One of the main (and easiest) ways to ensure survival? Collecting rainwater on your own property. The practical uses for storing and collecting rainwater are numerous and many people across the world in rural areas still do it today for all of the reasons listed above. However, over the past few years, laws making the collection of rainwater illegal have been causing an uproar across the US.

Now, a man from Grey Point, Oregon has been sentenced to thirty days in prison for storing collected rainwater on his very own property – and the public is outraged.

– See more at: http://yournewswire.com/man-gets-prison-sentence-for-collecting-rainwater-on-his-own-property/#sthash.UhxMfKXD.dpuf

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Congressman demands answers on influx of Syrian refugees

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Republican wants end to secrecy in choosing resettlement sites

by Leo Hohmann
The Syrian civil war has caused 3.5 million refugees, with more than 350,000 being targeted by the United Nations for resettlement outside the region.
The Syrian civil war has caused 3.5 million refugees, with more than 350,000 being targeted by the United Nations for resettlement outside the region.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., has sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry demanding information about the reported pending move of dozens of foreign refugees from Syria, North Africa and elsewhere into South Carolina.

Gowdy is chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee responsible for the refugee resettlement program overseen by the State Department. Yet, he says in the letter, he was kept totally in the dark about the proposed resettlement of refugees into his own district in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Ann Corcoran, a longtime watchdog over the refugee program and author of the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog, says Gowdy is the first member of Congress to demand answers to basic questions about this program since she took up her crusade eight years ago to expose secrecy, fraud and lax oversight in the program.

The program has flown under the radar for more than 25 years but controversy flared in February when a top FBI counter-terrorism official, Michael Steinbach, testified before the House Homeland Security committee and said the U.S. has no way to vet the Syrian refugees for possible connections to the Islamic State, also called ISIS, and other terrorist organizations. As WND reported, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, sent a letter to the White House Jan. 28 citing “serious national security concerns” about the Syrian refugee program and imploring Obama to not let it become a “back door for jihadists.”

In fact, dozens of Islamic refugees from Iraq, Somalia and other countries have already been charged and convicted of providing material support to foreign terrorist organizations while others have left the country to fight for ISIS in Syria and al-Shabaab in Somalia.

Now, Gowdy has taken the fight for information on exactly how this program works to a new level, demanding answers for the Spartanburg resettlement from none other than John Kerry.

But he needs to go one step further, Corcoran said. As chairman of the subcommittee charged with overseeing this program, Gowdy must demand answers for the communities in all 49 states that participate in the U.S. refugee program, not just his own state or district. That would require holding hearings, she said, because this issue affects communities across the U.S., not just Spartanburg.

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Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.
“Maybe due to Gowdy’s swift and decisive action, other communities, which are being kept in the dark, will get some relief,” she said. “This is the first time I’ve ever seen anyone in Congress do this. Trey Gowdy has directed a letter to John Kerry asking all the right questions.”

The U.S. has been taking in an average of about 70,000 refugees per year over the past few years. The refugees are placed in housing and schools and given free healthcare. They are put on a fast track toward full U.S. citizenship, often within five years.

Gowdy has asked Kerry to provide answers on how Spartanburg was selected for the opening of a new resettlement office to be operated by World Relief. He wants to know when the refugees will arrive, how many, and from what countries. He also demanded to know what services will be required, the cost, and how much of the cost will be charged to the federal government.

This is an issue that affects almost every state. The U.S. State Department works with the United Nations to resettle refugees into every state except Wyoming. Charitable organizations such as World Relief, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Church World Services, Episcopal Migration Ministries and the International Rescue Committee operate resettlement offices in 190 communities across the U.S. All of these are private charitable agencies but they receive millions of dollars in federal grants to support their efforts.

WND requested comment from Gowdy Tuesday morning.

“We don’t have any comment at this point beyond our letter sent yesterday,” said Gowdy’s press secretary, Amanda Duvall.

Last week WND reported on the secretive nature of the process in which cities and towns are chosen for the resettlement of foreign refugees, many of them Muslims from areas known to be in upheaval fighting ISIS and other terrorist organizations. Syria, Somalia, Afghanistan and Iraq, for example, all have devolved into civil sectarian strife, causing the displacement of large numbers of people. Many Christians have been driven from their homes in Iraq and Syria, yet the U.S. has been taking in mostly Muslims from these countries.

And the FBI is not the only intelligence operation warning about the strong likelihood that ISIS will send its militants to Western countries posing as “refugees.”

The Norway’s Police Intelligence Service said in November 2014 that its main concern was individuals misusing the refugee system to bring Syria’s violence to Norway, reported the Nordic Page.

Refugee resettlements are conducted in the U.S. by nine private agencies that contract with the U.S. government, and six of the nine have religious affiliations. These nine contractors in turn subcontract with more than 350 other charitable organizations and churches.

The complete text of Gowdy’s letter, dated April 13, is posted below.

The Honorable John Kerry Secretary U.S. Department of State 2201 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20520

Dear Secretary Kerry,

I write regarding the potential resettlement of refugees to the Spartanburg, South Carolina, area. It has been reported by media outlets, and confirmed by staff within your Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM), that a resettlement agency submitted a proposal to open an office in Spartanburg. In addition, it is my understanding that the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) approved the request to resettle a certain number of refugees in Spartanburg.

As the Member of the U.S. House of Representatives representing the Spartanburg area, I am deeply concerned about the lack of notice, information, and consultation afforded to me and my constituents about this issue. As such, please provide the information requested and answers to questions below:

1. Please provide a copy of the proposal submitted by the resettlement agency and any subsequent correspondence between your Department and the resettlement agency.
2. When was the resettlement agency’s proposal submitted? When was it approved by USRAP?
3. How were the claims made in the proposal as to Spartanburg’s readiness to resettle refugees verified for accuracy by USRAP prior to approval?
4. What, if any, steps were taken to notify and consult with local government officials (elected or otherwise) prior to the approval of the resettlement proposal? If so, who was contacted and did they approve the proposal?
5. Which officials/employees of the South Carolina State government reviewed and approved the resettlement agency’s proposal? When was such approval given? Were these officials/employees contacted by USRAP to independently ensure approval was given?
6. What types of, and how much, funding will the resettlement agency receive from the federal government? How much of that amount must be provided to the refugees and how much can be kept by the resettlement agency?
7. When are the first refugees expected to arrive in Spartanburg?
8. What federal, state, and local benefits are the refugees entitled to receive a) upon designation as a refugee and b) upon resettlement in the Spartanburg area?
9. How many refugees will be resettled in the Spartanburg area?
10. How are the refugees chosen to resettle in Spartanburg?
11. What is the country of origin of each of the refugees to be resettled in the Spartanburg area?
12. Who is responsible for ensuring housing, employment, and education services for the resettled refugees?
13. Who is responsible for ensuring resettled refugees maintain employment, as opposed to tracking employment for the first few months after being resettled?
14. How many of the refugees to be resettled in the Spartanburg area are of the age to attend K–12 schools? Of those, how many need the local government to provide interpreters or teachers who speak the native language of the refugee for the students?
15. Do any of the refugees to be resettled in the Spartanburg area have criminal convictions? If so, for what crimes has each been convicted?
16. Please explain the background check process performed on refugees scheduled to be resettled in Spartanburg.
17. Will this be the only time refugees will be resettled to the Spartanburg area pursuant to the agency’s proposal? Or can additional refugees be resettled pursuant to the proposal?

I request that any plans to resettle refugees in the Spartanburg, South Carolina, area be placed on hold until my constituents and I receive your substantive responses to the questions and information requested in this letter.

Additionally, before moving forward, both the Spartanburg community and I should have time to substantively review the information and be comfortable with the information provided.

As previously stated, I am troubled by the lack of notice and coordination with my office and the Spartanburg community, particularly local officials, regarding the plans to resettle refugees in the area. In that vein, I request at least one month’s notice prior to the arrival of the first refugee in the Spartanburg area. Please contact my Chief of Staff, Cindy Crick, with such notice (864-241-0175 or cindy.crick@mail.house.gov).

Thank you in advance for your prompt response and attention to this matter.

Sincerely,
Trey Gowdy

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