CDC Official Calls Obama ‘Worst President,’ ‘Amateur,’ ‘Marxist’

obama-stock-market-posterFollowing the influx of illegal immigrant minors from Central America, an official at the federal agency charged with protecting public health describes Barack Obama as “the worst pres we have ever had,” an “amateur” and “Marxist,” according to internal emails obtained by Judicial Watch.

JW got the records as part of an investigation into the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) activation of an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to deal with the barrage of illegal alien minors last summer. Tens of thousands of Central Americans came into the United States through the Mexican border and contagious diseases—many considered to be eradicated in the U.S.—became a tremendous concern. The CDC, which operates under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), responded by opening an emergency facility designed to monitor and coordinate response activities to imminent public health threats.

This special emergency division was created after the 2001 terrorist attacks and has responded to more than 50 public health threats, including hurricanes, food borne disease outbreaks, the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic and the Haiti cholera outbreak. Scientists from across the CDC are brought together to analyze, validate, and efficiently exchange information during a public health emergency and connect with response partners. The EOC also coordinates the deployment of CDC staff and the procurement and management of all equipment and supplies that agency responders may need during their deployment.

It’s a major and costly operation that can stick American taxpayers with a huge tab. That’s why JW launched a probe when the Obama administration took in the illegal immigrants, initially coined Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC), with open arms last summer. JW has sued the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for planning records involving the border crisis as well as information relating to the solicitation of “on-demand escort services” for the 65,000 UACs that remain in the U.S. Last year JW also reported that the illegal immigrant minors have brought in serious diseases, including swine flu, dengue fever, possibly Ebola virus and tuberculosis.

The CDC records obtained by JW this week include email exchanges between agency officials directly involved in the activation of the EOC to handle the health threats created by the influx of illegal alien minors last summer. In an email dated June 9, 2014, CDC Logistics Management Specialist George Roark wrote to CDC Public Health Advisor William Adams that “no country in the world would allow” the influx. Adams replies that “in ten years or less, they’ll all be voting…Commander’s intent…” Roark fires back by describing Obama as “the worst pres we have ever had…he truly is ‘the amateur’ but a Marxist too.”

Interesting -Can’t Predict a Hurricane but Global Warming is a Certainty?

Weather and climate are not the same. According to NASA, weather represents atmospheric conditions over a short period of time compared to climate which is measured over relatively long periods of time. Both however use computer models attempting to predict the future.

As NOAA’s website explains, “Models help us to work through complicated problems and understand complex systems.” Indeed. Weather and climate are incredibly complex, influenced by sea, air, land, and the sun.

It is therefore no surprise that predicting the track of a hurricane, considered weather as it is short-term, is quite challenging. Below is a composite picture of multiple computer model predictions for tropical storm Joaquim, shortly before converting to a hurricane. This is from the Tropical Tidbits website, a well organized repository of storm information

Each line represents a different prediction based on a particular computer model.


Ben Carson Is Vindicated As Muslims Are Asked If Sharia Law Should Supersede US Constitution

Sharia Law should supersede the U.S. Constitution, said some Muslims when surveyed by Fox News this week. “The U.S. Constitution comes from people. Sharia Law comes from Allah,” said one man responding to Fox News’ David Webb. “The Constitution governs this country. Sharia Law governs the whole world. Of course it is above.” Webb asked members of a New York City-based Islamic cultural center whether Sharia Law was above the Constitution. Many men replied simply, “Yes.” A smaller number disagreed without further elaboration. One answered, “No, but I think the Sharia law is made by God, by Allah. And the Constitution is made by people, so it’s not the same.” “Sharia law is completely different than the United States Constitution,” said another man. “As a Muslim, you practice Islamic law, as a Muslim. The United States Constitution, as a citizen, I respect the Constitution, nothing to do with Sharia law. In Muslim countries, Sharia Law is allowed. Other countries? No, you have to respect the Constitution.”

Communicators Phasers Replicators Cloaking Device Impulse Drive and the Borg

In many ways I have always been a dystopian believing that the inevitable rise of a future technology enhanced totalitarian state will regiment and control a society that is as dehumanizing and as unpleasant as possible.  I was influenced by early and repeated readings of such works as 1984, The Brave New World, A Clockwork Orange, and the Iron Heel.  I was also influenced by the History of the Twentieth Century and the steady erosion of freedom in America that marks the evolution of the Progressive agenda.  In spite of all that I also believe that technology has the potential to change the game and deliver us to an unexpected future.

Back in 2005 there appeared a two-hour television documentary, commissioned by Discovery Channel Canada and co-produced for History Channel in the United States and Channel Five in the United Kingdom., How William Shatner Changed the World.  In this well-done and very interesting film William Shatner presents a light-hearted look at how the “Star Trek” TV series has influenced and inspired today’s technologies including: cell phones, medical imaging, computers and software, SETI, MP3 players and iPods, virtual reality, and spaceship propulsion.

Ever since, I have been recommending that people watch this as a way to inform them of how much science fiction is becoming science fact.  Several recent announcements have spurred me to devote this week’s column to a more public pronouncement about where technology is leading us.

Think about the Star Trek franchise where  there was the original Star Trek, then the Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, the movies, and even an animated series.  For decades these imaginative shows have tantalized us about a future where humanity has left the death cage of a world that has been repeatedly almost wiped clean of life by meteors, volcanoes, and ice ages.  It is only by spreading beyond the womb of our home world that humanity can ensure its survival.

Technology also offers the prospect of transforming our societies and cultures in ways we need to examine unless we intend to fly into the future blind.

Wikipedia, the much maligned open user source that is much more accurate than it is generally believed has a good synopsis of what the documentary covers:

First hour

The first hour focuses on the original Star Trek series and the ideas that Gene Roddenberry had about the future of space travel.

It begins with the life of Dr. Marc D. Rayman, the chief propulsion engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and shows how Dr. Rayman became interested in propulsion through Star Trek. It also discusses how NASA’s newest deep space probe’s ion propulsion was inspired by the Star Trek episode Spock’s Brain. Shatner also states that “those pesky trekkies are everywhere in the space program,” hence the name for the first Space Shuttle: Enterprise.

The show then examines the life of Martin Cooper, the chief engineer at Motorola, who invented the cell phone. Cooper states that Star Trek was his inspiration for the cell phone, and discusses the similarities between the modern day cell phone and a Star Trek communicator. He also discusses how Star Trek introduced the concept of computer voice recognition dialing.

Next, Mae C. Jemison describes how Star Trek inspired her to become the first African-American in space, and Seth Shostak, of SETI (Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence), tells how it led him to astronomy.

The show also explores how Star Trek popularized the notion of the user-friendly personal computer, and how Trek fan Ed Roberts, invented the first home computer, the Altair 8800, named after the solar system Altair (Altair 6) in the Star Trek episode Amok Time. This led to Bill Gates writing the computer programming language BASIC for the Altair and forming Microsoft.

Medical technologies are discussed, in particular the inspiration for non-invasive Star-Trek-style imaging technology.

Warp drive and faster-than-light interstellar travel with theoretical physicist Miguel Alcubierre‘s theories are mentioned. Lawrence M. Krauss, physicist and author of The Physics of Star Trek, is also featured.

The show then investigates the research work of Kevin Warwick at the University of Reading and considers its links with the Borg. Warwick’s cyborg implants, linking his own nervous system into the internet, are featured.

Second hour The second hour focuses on further programs in Star Trek franchise: Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise and their impact and how they differed from the original series.

Next up is Steve Perlman, at the time principal scientist at Apple Computer, who was inspired to invent the QuickTime media player by watching an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

As eye-opening as this documentary was it first saw the light of day back in 2005.  That was ten years ago, and according to Moore’s Law, based on the observation made in 1965 by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since the integrated circuit was invented and his prediction that this trend would continue for the foreseeable future, there has been an exponential rise in computing power every year since.  With rising computing power comes acceleration in the speed of innovation based upon the research and design enhancement that computing power provides.  So where are we today?

Communicators: Remember the two way links provided by those handy little medallions the Star Trek crew wore?  They could speak to the ship and each other.  Never more than a click away everyone was in constant communication.  When we first saw these most of us still had rotary dial phones and only the rich and powerful had something we called a car phone.  Today more people on Earth, six out of seven billion, have access to cell phones than have access to toilets.  And on those cell phones we not only have audio communication on mobile devices we have video, face-time, pocket computers, calculators, and cameras.

Phasers: In the real world we call these lasers, and they have been real for a long time.  Used in many ways lasers have become a part of everyday world with laser pointers and laser cutting.  Today after decades of development and testing they are moving into the world of weapons.  The U.S. Navy has already mounted them on ships and they are being tested on jet fighters, drones, drone killers, and rifles.

Replicators: In the real world we call them 3-D printers and they are already being used to:

  • Print organs used in medical procedures, and to create prototypes for manufacturing speeding up the time needed to develop new products. Dr. Anthony Atala at Wake Forest’s Regenerative Medicine department was able to create artificial scaffolds in the shape of an organ with living cells. First the scaffold is printed and then it is coated with living cells. Now the Regenerative Department is working on building 3D printers that can print artificial scaffolds and living cells at the exact same time.
  • Ford Motor Company uses 3D printing to make prototypes of many parts in their vehicles, such as cylinder heads, brake rotors, shift knobs and vents.  3D printing was used at Ford’s Torrence Avenue Assembly Plant for the production of the Explorer and EcoBoost engines.  Jim Kor and his team of engineers are building a whole vehicle with 3D printers called the Urbee 2. The body of the original Urbee was made through the use 3D printing. However, the Urbee 2 as a whole will be mostly 3D printed. The Urbee 2 will also look more like a production-ready car compared to the original.
  • NASA has fabricated rocket engine injectors. NASA is also going to send a 3D printer into outer space as part of a plan to set up a “mini factory” at the International Space Station (ISS). If astronauts run out of tools, they would simply be able to print out more. Astronauts would no longer have to carry spare parts for each mission.
  • Defense Distributed a high tech gunsmith group created a fully open-sourced 3D printed gun. Fifteen of the gun’s sixteen parts were made out of 3D printed plastic and the body can be etched overnight.
  • Tariq Rahman of the Nemours Biomedical Research facility at the Alfred DuPoint Hospital For Children worked with engineers at the hospital to build a durable exoskeleton that is helping those who cannot walk do so.
  • In Japan, Yahoo! is working with a creative agency called Hakuhodo Kettle to help a school for the blind.  Yahoo! is teaching blind children to search the web using a machine called Hands On Search.  The Hands On Search is shaped like a cloud and it combines voice recognition technology with a MakerBot 3D printer to turn voice queries into physical objects.

It may be a few years before we all have 3-D printers in our homes or before we can merely say, “Earl Grey Tea – Hot” and have it appear in a cup ready and waiting; however, at this rate it may not be long.

Cloaking Device: In the Star Trek universe the Romulans were always popping in and out of view with their cloaking device.  This was a stealth technology so advanced that it not only made their war ships invisible to enemy technology it made them invisible to the naked eye.

Today scientists are hot on the trail of invisibility.  Step by step and inch by inch we are coming closer and knowing the way the military has what we think is impossible long before we know it is reality many believe it is already in use.  In a reversal of the old saying, “What you don’t know can’t hurt you,” invisible war ships, planes, tanks, and men will be extremely difficult to counter.  Except by blind luck you can’t hit what you can’t see

Impulse Power:  This is the slower than light drive used in Star Trek.  It may be slower than light speed but it is way faster than the primitive solid and liquid propulsion systems we have been using to dip our toe into the space faring sea.  The ships of the Federation in the Star Trek universe used it to zoom around inside solar systems and that may be a close approximation of what is looming on our horizon.

The no longer secret development of the Electromagnetic Drive (EM Drive) is about to take human space exploration to a whole new level.  Imagine going to the Moon in four hours or to Mars in ten weeks.  This is what scientist are telling us is the potential for the EM or Electromagnetic Drive being called an impossibility that works because it violates Newton’s Third law of Physics “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” It produces thrust by using solar power to generate multiple microwaves that move back and forth in an enclosed chamber. This means that until something fails or wears down, theoretically the engine could keep running forever without the need for rocket fuel.  Once it starts it is that holy grail of pseudoscience: perpetual motion.  Everyone knows perpetual motion is impossible.  The only problem is that it works.

This is being called a reactionless drive.  Reactionless drives lack the “reaction” defined in Newton’s Third Law so for this to work there must be an as-yet-undefined phenomenon taking place or our current understanding of physics is completely wrong.

With this technology it becomes feasible for humanity to make a real beginning of mass exploration and one day migration to the stars.  We are poised to leave the womb of the world and be re-born as a star faring race.  One day soon we may have cousins on Mars and brothers on the Moon.  One day soon we may leave ourselves and help secure the survival of humanity in this cosmic pinball machine where eventually a meteor will punctuate our equilibrium.

And there is the Borg. Which, according to Memory Alpha, “were a pseudo-species of cybernetic beings, or cyborgs, from the Delta Quadrant. No single individual truly existed within the Borg Collective (with the possible sole exception of the Borg Queen), as all Borg were linked into a hive mind. Their ultimate goal was the attainment of ‘perfection’ through the forcible assimilation of diverse sentient species, technologies, and knowledge. As a result, the Borg were among the most powerful and feared entities in the galaxy, without really being a true species at all.”

Is there any possibility that we are the seed of the Borg?  According to Ray Kurzweil, arguably one of the most intelligent men to have ever lived and demonstrably one of the most prescient futurists of all time in his seminal book The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology it is not only possible it is coming soon to a reality near you.  According to About the Book in this book Kurzweil examines,

The next step in this inexorable evolutionary process: the union of human and machine, in which the knowledge and skills embedded in our brains will be combined with the vastly greater capacity, speed, and knowledge-sharing ability of our own creations.

That merging is the essence of the Singularity, an era in which our intelligence will become increasingly nonbiological and trillions of times more powerful than it is today—the dawning of a new civilization that will enable us to transcend our biological limitations and amplify our creativity. In this new world, there will be no clear distinction between human and machine, real reality and virtual reality. We will be able to assume different bodies and take on a range of personae at will. In practical terms, human aging and illness will be reversed; pollution will be stopped; world hunger and poverty will be solved. Nanotechnology will make it possible to create virtually any physical product using inexpensive information processes and will ultimately turn even death into a soluble problem.

If this sounds too farfetched consider these recent headlines:

  • DARPA is testing implanting chips in soldiers’ brains
  • The Age of Enhancement: Technology is starting to give us superpowers once reserved for comic-book heroes.
  • Building the Real Iron Man
  • The Real Cyborgs
  • Plugging In Your Brain and Body – The Future Of Implanted Computers
  • Brown University creates first wireless, implanted brain-computer interface
  • Intel: Chips in brains will control computers by 2020
  • Will Microchip Implants in Humans Become Mandatory?

After even a cursory search of the Net, just a few clicks and these types of stories begin to appear endless.   This isn’t pie-in–the-sky sometime off in the future somewhere, this is today.  This is happening now.  There is a mad dash to enhance and improve upon God’s creation: man.  In our infinite wisdom we have decided that it is time to take control of evolution and kick it up a notch.

When I speak to people about this aspect of the near future I am often told, “I’ll never get any of that implanted in me.”  I always answer with this question, “If someone invents a chip that is implanted with a simple shot that makes you 1000 times more intelligent and you don’t get it, how do you compete with those who have?”

I have yet to receive a satisfactory answer.

As the Historian of the Future I am compelled to point out that the current events of today are the History of tomorrow, and just as the past is always the past the future is yet to be.  We live in a constant present where, as the future slides into the present the present slides into the past and our lives are the History of the future.  So live your life as if it matters. Face the future with a consciousness of the past so that the present can be used to shape what the future will be. Because it is coming whether we want it or not, and resistance is futile.

Dr. Owens teaches History, Political Science, and Religion. He is the Historian of the Future @ © 2015 Contact Dr. Owens Follow Dr. Robert Owens on Facebook or Twitter @ Drrobertowens / Edited by Dr. Rosalie Owens




While the US Congress welcomed the socialist Pope Francis to speak before them, the Obama administration was quietly betraying the American people (again) and acting treasonously against the US Constitution.

Mad World News reports:
The Pope has been rubbing elbows with American leaders, schmoozing with Washington’s elite, and espousing traditionally liberal talking points during highly politicized speeches, which has kept the media plenty busy covering his every move. As this has been happening, the Obama administration quietly released a man named Abdul Shalabi without anybody taking notice, until now.
Shalabi was being held at the infamous Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba, so you know that he’s probably not the best person on the planet. That much is confirmed after you find out why he was put there to begin with.
Shalabi has a long resume in the world of terror, reports Derrick Wilburn for Allen West. Just how deep are his ties to terror? Well, you don’t get much more terroristic than Osama bin Laden, who Shalabi served as a bodyguard for, but it goes even deeper than that.
Shalabi was also a bodyguard for Kalid Sheik Mohammed, one of the masterminds behind the 9-11 attacks.

The Bush administration said that Shalabi was “too dangerous to release.” Well, if so, then the Bush administration should have proved their assertions, assertions I believe would have been clear and then removed Shalabi from the face of the earth.
Derrick Wilburn points out, “The very idea that this man who worked side-by-side with Osama bin Laden can somehow be “rehabilitated” to no longer want to kill infidels, and, be rehabbed by the Muslim government of an Islamic nation – is beyond laughable. What does Obama think he’s going to do there now, train to become a valet? Take up needlepoint? Oh, I know, maybe open a bakery and make cakes for gay weddings.”
Exactly right. However, instead of dealing with Salabi justly, finding him guilty of his crimes and administering proper justice, the criminal Obama administration has set him free, and you can be sure he will re-engage the jihad, just as the five jihadis did that Obama illegally released in a swap for deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
So, once again Barack Hussein Obama puts America in jeopardy so he can side with the Muslims, and at the same time, House Speaker John Boehner, who has engaged the fight at all since he’s been in office, retreats to a life of retirement at tax expense. I say good riddance to Boehner, but when is Congress going to impeach the traitor-in-chief for giving aid and comfort to the enemy, including setting free a known jihadist, who will sure as the devil engage in the fight against the united States of America.


BREAKING: U.S. Army General Launches BOMBSHELL Claim Against Obama


by Scott McKay
The critic in question is not some crank. He’s a retired two-star general who held a variety of high-level command positions, including commanding the 2nd Infantry Division, which mans the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, and the US-Israeli Combined Task Force for Missile Defense. And he’s disgusted with what the president has done to military morale by spending more time on whether gays are in foxholes and whether soldiers can get sex-change operations than actually being ready to fight and win the nation’s military confrontations.
Taking part in a panel at the Values Voters Summit in Washington, Army Maj. Gen. Robert Dees said the Obama administration is using the U.S. military for “social engineering” and the end result is damaging the nation’s ability to defend itself, according to CNS News.

“Not only are we losing physical readiness to fight, we have to fix the problem of moral readiness,” Dees said.

Since Obama was first elected to office, restrictions have been lifted on women in combat, homosexuals now serve openly and there’s an effort currently underway to remove a ban on transgender soldiers. And the president announced on Friday the nomination of Army Acting Under Secretary Eric Fanning as the first openly gay secretary of the Army.

“I think the moral readiness of our forces is even more important than the physical readiness, which is very low,” Dees told CNS News. “The moral readiness is degraded by social experimentation within our military.”


by Cheryl Chumley


Wall Street wonder Carl Icahn, 79, who’s made a name for himself in business, investing and philanthropy, had nothing but praise for the man he’s just endorsed for president, Donald Trump, saying his fellow billionaire businessman is the only candidate out there who can save America.

“I would say it’s an endorsement. I think at this moment in time, he’s the only candidate that speaks out about the country’s problems,” Icahn told Bloomberg on Tuesday. “I’m behind Trump.”

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Icahn first announced his support and outlined his views in a short video titled “Danger Ahead.”

Icahn says that while he disagrees with Trump on “certain issues,” he believes America “needs somebody to wake it up.”

“Maybe he’s brash, but he’s willing to say what he believes and he’s willing to say, ‘Hey, this is complete bulls—,’” Icahn said in the video, which is posted on his website.

“The middle class guy who’s making $50,000 a year realizes ‘I’m being taken advantage of.’ He can read, he can understand. Ya know, in czarist Russia, they had to have a revolution. And then the czars would bring out the machine guns and mow them down. All these guys have to do is vote.”

Trump had publicly courted Icahn since launching his campaign, repeatedly naming him to his wish-list of Treasury secretaries – something Icahn at first seemed reluctant to embrace. But he’s since come around to the idea.

As CNN reported, Icahn sent out a tweet in early August that read: “After last night’s debate, I decided to accept @realDonaldTrump offer for Secretary of Treasury.”

Icahn added “we are in dire need of a breath of fresh air,” but later rescinded the offer to serve in a Trump administration while still singing Trump’s praises.

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“His ego permits him to – where a lot of these other presidents don’t – surround himself with really good people,” Icahn told Reuters. “Not just me, but others.”

Icahn, to Reuters, said one of Trump’s characteristics that sets him apart from the other candidates, and makes him the best man for the White House job, is his willingness and skill to hand pick excellent advisers with reputations as the best of the best.

“He needs as many good people as he can get in this environment today,” Icahn said. “We certainly don’t see that in many of these presidents.”

Like Trump, Icahn is known for his outspoken views and has similar roots in New York City.

“I want to speak out now because, I know this may sound corny but I grew up in the streets of Queens,” Icahn said in his video. “I love this country and I feel so strongly abut the dysfunction that is going on both in Washington and the boardrooms of corporate America.”

Icahn said one problem facing the country is the carried interest loophole, which allows earnings of hedge-fund managers and other private-equity firms to be taxed at a lower rate than normal income. Trump said he wants to eliminate the tax break.

“People on Wall Street, they’re good friends of mine,” Icahn said. “I like them. But not having to pay full taxes on money that you’re earning is an absurdity.”

The Wall Street guru also said U.S. companies have been doing a great disservice to the economy by camping profits in overseas’ ventures, via complicated tax schemes.

“If we don’t really allow these companies to bring the money back that they are making [overseas], they are just going to move out of this country,” he said. “It’s going to happen more quickly than they think. While Congress is sort of fiddling around, this thing is being done. The country is burning and they’re fiddling.”

Trump’s just-released tax plan shows his intent to bring companies back to domestic soil. He has campaigned on the idea that China takes too much advantage of America’s economy and U.S. businesses ought to have a restructured tax code to allow them to better compete and grow.


Don’t Attack Donald Trump for Refusing to Kiss Muslim Butts

by Eric Rush

Republican contender Donald Trump is now being excoriated by establishment elites in the GOP and Democrat Party for “failing to correct” a questioner at a town hall event in Rochester, N.H. who stated that President Obama is Muslim, and referenced U.S.-based jihadi training camps.

An article on even stated that the questioner in question “incorrectly stated President Obama is Muslim” (emphasis mine).

And does Fox News know with certainty that Obama is not Muslim? Has the news organization decided to reside among the fools who continue to contend that Obama is a Christian simply because the putrescent serial liar says so?

Angry-Donald-Trump-300x170Although I doubt it is the case, one might argue that Trump may not have corrected the person at the town hall event because Trump himself – like many of us – doesn’t know one way or the other if Obama is or is not Muslim.

In any case, it was gratifying to actually hear a town hall meeting participant speak to these issues without getting shut down, even if Obama’s religion – assuming he has one at all – remains in question. It was very gratifying to finally hear one of the candidates address the fact that “Obama is waging a war against Christians in this country,” which Trump said in a statement today. “Christians need support in this country. Their religious liberty is at stake.”

Angry Donald TrumpMoving right along, the aforementioned GOP and Democrat elites wasted no time in scrambling like a litter of piglets going for momma sow’s teat to exploit the alleged gaffe. The shrill, perennial hag Hillary Clinton took to Twitter and accused Trump of supporting “false statements” about Obama and “hateful rhetoric” about Muslims. Not too surprising I suppose, coming from someone who has been rolling around in bed with Bill and the Muslim Brotherhood for decades.

The morbidly obese New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a GOP candidate who has been known to lavish smooches upon Obama’s august buttocks when it suited his purposes, said on NBC’s “Today” show that he would have corrected anyone saying something like that at his town hall meetings.

Well, nya-nya-nya, nya-nya-nyaaaaah, Chris. Does Trump have cooties as well?

I am not a Trump supporter, but I will admit that it’s hard not to be when he continues to aggressively articulate some of the things that most need to be said regarding this administration, the corruption of the establishment elites in both parties and how they are destroying this nation via their sick ideology and greed, respectively.

In the current climate, wherein we do indeed have jihadi training camps in the U.S. that are effectively being protected by the Obama administration, Obama-appointed Muslim Brotherhood operatives in our national security and defense infrastructure, the White House funding and arming ISIS, “refugees” from war-torn nations destabilized by Obama being secretly imported to our shores by the Obama administration, and the spectre of even more potential jihadis being diverted here from the Muslim “refugee” invasion occurring in Europe, the fact that we have politicians from both parties defending Obama and Muslims is deeply chilling.

There is little doubt that some of the politicians defending Obama and Muslims are doing so out of spineless, craven political correctness, and some – like Hillary Clinton – are doing so out of a desire to help Obama’s treasonous agenda handily along.

I for one am sick and tired of seeing our so-called leaders – particularly those who pretend at being conservatives – kissing Muslim ass, and admonishing the rest of us to do so. Islam is incompatible with American society and culture, and is currently operating in a militant modality that should only be responded to in kind.


BYE< BYE< JOHN -BOEHNER THE ORANGE RINO: Slams His Conservative Critics And Calls Ted Cruz A …..

Boehner isn’t gone quite yet – and he’s sticking around to run his mouth.

Just two days after announcing he was quitting Congress, House Speaker John Boehner yelled and cried through an interview – focusing his ire on the ‘false prophets’ in the right-wing of the Republican Party.
Boehner ticked off the biggest legislative victories he had in the House ‘all voted against by my most conservative members’ because, as the Speaker put it, the bills weren’t ‘good enough.’
‘Really? This is the part that I really don’t understand,’ he said, shaking his head.
Continuing the tirade against the right flank of his party Boehner said, ‘absolutely they’re unrealistic,’ his voice booming, telling Face the Nation host John Dickerson that change on Capitol Hill comes slowly.
‘The Bible says beware of false prophets. Now there are people out there, you know, spreading noise about how much can get done,’ Boehner continued, reminding Dickerson what a disaster it was to shut down the government in 2013.
‘But over the course of the August recess in 2013 and the course of September a lot of my Republican colleagues who knew it was a fool’s errand, they were getting all this pressure from home to do this, we have groups here in town – members of the House and Senate here in town – who whipped people into a frenzy believing they can accomplish things that they know, they know, are never going to happen.’

‘I’ll refer you to my remark at a fund-raiser I made in August in Steamboat Springs, Colorado,’ Boehner said. Boehner had called Cruz a ‘jackass’ at that specific event.

RAUL IS OBAMA’S NEW FRIEND -Raul Castro’s First UN Speech Offers Little Goodwill Toward US

Any expectation that the Obama administration’s historic outreach to Cuba would bring a different tone from President Raul Castro was quickly dispelled when, in his first-ever speech at the United Nations, the communist leader criticized U.S. and Western policies from Latin America to Eastern Europe to the Middle East.

When he eventually got around to the restoration of relations with the United States – more than halfway through his 17-minute speech – Castro expressed no goodwill, but simply underlined Cuba’s conditions for normalization, including an end to the 55-year-old embargo.

“After 56 years in which the Cuban people put up a heroic and selfless resistance, diplomatic relations have been re-established between Cuba and the United States of America,” he said. “Now a long and complex process begins towards the normalization of relations.”

“But this will only be achieved with the end of the economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba; the return to our country of the territory illegally occupied by the Guantanamo naval base; the cessation of radio and TV broadcasts and of subversive and destabilizing programs against the island; and when our people are compensation for the human and economic damages they still endure.”

As long as the embargo endures, Castro added, Cuba will continue to present an annual draft resolution at the U.N. condemning it.

(The resolution each year passes by an overwhelming margin – last year’s vote was 188-2, with only the U.S. and Israel voting no. Obama has called on Congress to lift the embargo, and the Associated Press reported last week that the administration was considering an unprecedented abstention rather than voting against the measure this year.)

Earlier in the speech Castro did a tour around the region, voicing “solidarity” with the leftist leaders in Venezuela and Ecuador in the face of “destabilization” efforts (he did not accuse the U.S. by name, but the implication was clear); calling for Puerto Rico’s independence from the U.S. “after more than a century of colonial domination”; supporting slavery reparation for Caribbean nations; and backing Argentina in its sovereignty dispute with Britain over the Falkland (Malvinas) islands.

Looking further afield, he slammed NATO for its eastward expansion in Europe and for Western sanctions against Russia. The measures were imposed after Moscow’s intervention in Ukraine and annexation of Crimea, which went unmentioned by Castro.

He also “demand[ed] the end of external interference” in Syria – although without saying whether that demand extended to the involvement of Russia and Iran, both allies of Cuba.

As for the refugees from warzones and other migrants flooding Europe, Castro blamed the crisis on Western interference in the Middle East, along with poverty in Africa.

“This is a direct result of the destabilization actions promoted and executed by NATO in countries of the Middle East and North Africa, as well as of poverty and underdevelopment prevailing in countries of the African continent,” he said.

Castro also voiced “strong support” for Palestinian claims to eastern Jerusalem and an independent state, and welcomed the nuclear deal with Iran as evidence “that engagement and negotiations are the only effective tools to settle disputes.”

More broadly, he criticized colonialism and imperialism, called for an end to “unilateralism” at the United Nations, and said the world body must be reformed and democratized, “to bring it closer to the peoples.”

Castro concluded by saying Cuba could always be depended upon to “raise its voice against injustice, inequality, underdevelopment, discrimination and manipulation, and for the establishment of a more equitable and fair international order.”

The end of the speech brought sustained applause, and a standing ovation from several Latin American delegations.

In his address to the U.N. earlier in the day, President Obama said the U.S. continues to have differences with the Cuban government, and “will continue to stand up for human rights.”

“But we address these issues through diplomatic relations, and increased commerce, and people-to-people ties,” he continued.

“As these contacts yield progress, I’m confident that our Congress will inevitably lift an embargo that should not be in place anymore,” Obama said, drawing applause.

“Change won’t come overnight to Cuba, but I’m confident that openness, not coercion, will support the reforms and better the life the Cuban people deserve, just as I believe that Cuba will find its success if it pursues cooperation with other nations.”

Obama and Castro are due to meet in New York on Tuesday, for what will be only their second substantive meeting.