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Ted Cruz Demands John Kerry’s Resignation over Israel Remarks

Isabel Matos:

Senator Ted Cruz Called for John Kerry’s Resignation two months ago over remarks made about Israel becoming an “apartheid state”. America should stand with Israel, but nothing has changed. John Kerry, once again, has not stood with our Ally.

From Kristi Ann’s Haven:

Apartheid’ is inextricably associated with one of the worst examples of state-sponsored discrimination in history: the apartheid system in South Africa that was ultimately brought down by the heroic resistance of Nelson Mandela  inside the country supported by a concerted campaign of diplomatic and economic sanctions by the international community,” Ted Cruz said. 

The notion that Israel would go down that path, and so face the same condemnation that faced South Africa, is unconscionable,” Cruz added.

“The fact that Secretary Kerry sees nothing wrong with making a statement comparing Israel‘s policy to the abhorrent apartheid policies of South Africa, and doing so on the eve of Holocaust remembrance day, demonstrates a shocking lack of sensitivity to the incendiary and damaging nature of his rhetoric.

Mr. President, sadly, it is my belief that Secretary Kerry has proven himself unsuitable for the position he holds, and therefore, before any further harm is done to our national security interests and to our critical alliance with the nation of Israel, that John Kerry should offer President Obama his resignation,” Cruz said.

Cruz was one of three senators to vote against Kerry’s confirmation last year.  Read more Breitbart News

Ted Cruz is RIGHT!! John Kerry is a TRAITOR and GUILTY of TREASON for making these remarks. He is Anti-Israel / Anti-Zionism / Anti-Semitism / Anti-Christian / Anti-Constitution / Anti-Bill of Rights / Anti-Veterans / Anti-USA Military!!

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Senator Ted Cruz is demanding the resignation of Secretary of StateHanoi John Kerry!!

 Please  Stand with Israel ✡

✡“Am Yisrael Chai, Yeshua Adonai”✡

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The Manicured Hands of D.C. and the Calloused Hands of the Forgotten Man

by Whitney Pitcher

Last weekend, Governor Palin gave a measured and thoughtful speech at the Western Conservative Summit, speaking primarily in the tone of the “forgotten man”–“the hard working middle class man who can’t catch a break”. She also used a masterful analogy of the “calloused hand that built America”. What a stark contrast between an open hand calloused from hard work and the clenched fist of socialism. What a stark contrast, too, between Governor Palin’s speech that hit a tone that resonates with middle class America and the tonedeafness and lack of self-awareness of Washington.

Take, for example, the Left’s newest pivot to the economy–raising the minimum wage. On Thursday, Illinois Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky tweeted her menu for the week of “living the wage”:

For the Congresswoman who wines and dines in D.C. and represents an area seen by some as one of Ivy Leagues of the Midwest (Northwestern University is in her district), that may seem like punishment to her palate, but to many of us that looks like a normal menu.  The forgotten man eats such meals with thankfulness, not as a gimmick to raise the minimum wage because of the negative effects of liberalism on the American economy. President Obama also took to Twitter to push to “raise the wage” with these two tweets yesterday:

The price of food has indeed increased since President Obama took office, which is a testament to the destructive policies he supports. In fact, food prices in general have increased 13% since last September. This, in part, is due to a loose monetary policy supported by the president which has led to inflation. Sean Davis at The Federalist wrote a great article earlier this week taking to task even the “conservative” economists and pundits who support the actions of the Federal reserve. Davis writes in part:

Prices are rising, they’re rising faster than wages, and they’re rising for items that comprise a large chunk of the budgets of working American families. Those are facts. The question is what to do about those facts. The subtext to all of the inflation critiques from the likes of Perry, Pethokoukis, and Ponnuru is that we should leave the Federal Reserve alone. Stop blaming the Fed for inflation, you guys. Please ignore that QE, QE2, QE3, and a multi-year zero interest rate policy, etc. were all intentionally designed to increase inflation, you guys. Just ignore all the different goods for which prices are rising really rapidly, you guys. Ignore the fact that higher prices and middling wages are eroding standards of living, you guys.

Unfortunately, the constant Federal Reserve apologetics are seriously clouding these pundits’ collective judgment about an increasingly important political issue: whether America’s current political class has what it takes to make rising standards of living — rather than just rising prices — the norm for American families again. That is why families are so anxious today. They’re worried that the American dream is slipping away, and that only thing people in Washington and New York care about is protecting people in Washington and New York.

As you may recall, Governor Palin warned against quantitative easing in 2010 and predicted how inflation would have a negative impact on American families.

Furthermore, President Obama’s policies on ethanol have negatively affected farmers and all Americans, and not only because they cause an ecological mess. While ethanol subsidies may be a small boost for corn farmers, they have a  negative ripple effect for other farmers. Corn is often used in animal feed, such as for chickens and dairy cows. Ethanol subsidies increase the cost of these animal feeds which in turn increases the cost of eggs and milk for American families.

President Obama’s solution for the problems that he has perpetuated are only indicative of the economic disasters of his administration. You cannot fix a poor economy by raising the minimum wage. You fix a poor economy by maximizing employment mobility and minimizing cronyism and destructive regulation.  President Obama’s home state of Illinois has one of the highest minimum wages in the country, yet it consistently has one of the country’s highest unemployment rates and the poorest economic environments. Liberal policies keep people poor and dependent; free market principles help people become economically mobile and independent. As Governor Palin noted in her speech last week  referencing a comment on her Facebook page:

I grew up poor. My mother was a die-hard FDR Democrat. When I turned eighteen the first president I voted for was Ronald Reagan. My mother was beside herself. When she asked me why I had voted for him, I told her I didn’t plan on staying poor.

The manicured hands of Washington craft out-of-touch, unproductive policies, but the calloused hands of the forgotten man are what make America exceptional and give her promise.

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The Council Has Spoken: The ‘D’ Word Gets Needed Attention. Please Share!

 By Isabel Matos

I am going to toot my own horn today since there are goals I will never attain like the number of views our talented Publisher has. I am only one million, ten thousand five hundred and twenty-seven shy of it (but who is counting?~!!!).

Moral victories come in all shapes and sizes so this one to me is huge because I’m SO vehemently against Amnesty and so much in favor of Deportation, a subject most politicians just do not want to touch. Its stigma is worse than Amnesty.

This is also to send a big shout to writer/blogger Marion Algier who submitted the article to a Council I am not a member of or knew about. The article placed fifth in this weeks list (Sultan Knish, first, Mark Steyn, second) with 2/3 votes. Daniel Hannan placed fourth among Council Members, Ask Marion, sixth.

Thank you to Nice Deb and Council members for motivating me to continue this crusade against the issue that is the hang-up politicians have over the ‘D’ word which they need to get over. (Complete Watcher’s Council Winners list)

Non-Council Winners

First place with 4 votes! – Sultan KnishIt’s Another “Death to the Jews” Weekend submitted by The Noisy Room

Second place with 3 1/3 votes Mark Steyn -Fields Of Blood submitted by Bookworm Room

Third place with 1 1/3 votes -The New RepublicHow The Israel/Palestine Peace Plan Died submitted by The Watcher

Fourth place with 1 vote-Between Jerusalem And Tel Aviv How do you say “Chutzpa” in British? submitted by Simply Jews

Fifth place *t* with 2/3 votes -Sic Semper Tyrannis Did Kiev shoot down MH -17? submitted by The Glittering Eye

Fifth place *t* with 2/3 votes -Tara Servatius /American Thinker -The brutal Obama policy that’s really driving the Border Crisis submitted by Nice Deb

Fifth place *t* with 2/3 votes -Isabel Matos/A Time for Choosing – What in the Heck is Wrong the the “D” Word? JUST Get Over it Already. It’s Exasperation. Readers, Chime in! submitted by Ask Marion

Fifth place *t* with 2/3 votes -To Understand The Present, Remember The Past How Obama & The Democrats Are Repeating The History of Vietnam – And Will Get The Same Resultsubmitted by Rhymes with Right

Fifth place *t* with 2/3 votes -PJ TatlerIs Sen. Elizabeth Warren a Mere Hack or an Out-and-Out Sociopath? submitted by The Watcher

Sixth place *t* with 1/3 vote -The American Interest Anti-GMO Activists Are Harming Hungry Africans submitted by The Razor

Sixth place *t* with 1/3 voteForeign Affairs How Hamas Won submitted by GrEaT sAtAn”S gIrLfRiEnD

Sixth place *t* with 1/3 vote -Doug Ross CHANGE: Since Obama became President, 1.5 MILLION people have been added to secret “suspected terrorist” list submitted by The Independent Sentinel

Thanks again to the Council for shedding much needed attention on this issue.

Isabel

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Dear READERS

You can do two things TODAY to spread the word that

Deportation is NOT a Big Deal:

1. PLEASE SHARE MY ARTICLE with the You Tube clip The ‘D’ Word is not a Big Deal“. It’s important in this view be shared in my opinion by someone who happens to be an immigrant, and Hispanic as well to remove the stigma that this is about bigotry or not having a bleeding heart for children. It’s plain political manipulation to create a Democratic plurality. Like the VA scandal situation, the Deportation is about a cultural mindset, not an un-doable reality. I support Ted Cruz’s measure and thank Jeff Sessions for supporting it (he is a friend of the anti-amnesty effort). The core issue like Cruz says can be avoided by not giving the president the power to pass it;  however, since the ‘D’ word is not addressed in the bill so it doesn’t go far enough. It will take more to get on board and start demanding deportation.

2. PLEASE READ and RT the information below to let everyone you know (sky’s the limit- organizations on Facebook, politician’s pages, other groups and even pages against Amnesty) that Amnesty is not only a communist-driven agenda; it is part of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.  Ask yourself: Why is the GOP pushing an Alinsky agenda and being deceptive about it? This is not about feelings or about helping others. It is about national sovereignty our Reps swore to protect.

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NRO’s Hillyer calls for censure, possible removal of Henry Barbour from RNC for race-baiting ads and attempted cover-up.

Originally posted on Mississippi PEP:

National Review journalist Quinn Hillyer is calling for the censure and possible removal of Henry Barbour from the RNC for funding race-baiting ads in the runoff for the U.S. Senate primary in Mississippi. Hillyer writes that the race-baiting ads pushed by Barbour, followed by lies to other RNC leaders to cover his involvement merit serious punitive action.

Hillyer writes:

I hope to emphasize that censure is merited not because (Henry) Barbour worked against the wishes of many conservatives, not because he tried to attract black Democratic votes in a Republican primary, not just because there was an element of hardball in his tactics, and certainly not because he’s on what many conservatives consider to be the wrong side in intra-RNC disputes. It also has nothing to do with legal questions or allegations of direct vote fraud. Instead, what is specifically at issue and unforgiveable here, and what deserves sanction, is…

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A Mississippian’s Reply to Ann Coulter

Gary P Jackson:

A MUST READ not only as a retort to Ann Coulter’s idiotic attacks on Chris McDaniel, but for background on former DEMOCRAT Thad Cochran’s very racist past.

Originally posted on Mississippi Conservative Daily:

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In recent weeks we have seen two columns by “conservative” columnist Ann Coulter about the current controversy over the Mississippi Senate race.  Allow me to finally reply to this opportunistic, money-grubbing Establishment hack masquerading as a conservative:

Ann, in your first piece on July 9, you condemned Senator Chris McDaniel for fighting against what is massive corruption and you slander his supporters as “clowns and nuts” and the “sore loser brigade” for backing him.  You detailed many campaigns where Republicans had elections outright stolen from them, namely Richard Nixon, John Thune, and Bob Dornan, who took the supposed high road and did not challenge the results.

Yes, you are correct, those Republicans had elections stolen from them, and it’s quite likely that Romney was a victim as well, given some of the numbers in Ohio and elsewhere.  But what happened, Ann?  The Republicans did NOT fight back and, as a result…

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He’s Baaack.. Senator Rubio: Obama Is An Intolerant and Hypocritical Bigot!

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By Isabel Matos

Well, he didn’t say them in exactly that order, but he did frame his argument in such a way that you can put them all in one sentence taken from this context:

Citing a “growing intolerance” against opponents of same-sex marriage, Sen. Marco Rubio argued that those who advocate same-sex marriage need to be more respectful of those who oppose it.

“Supporting the definition of marriage as one man and one woman is not anti-gay. It’s pro-traditional marriage,” the Florida Republican said in a speech at Catholic University. “And if support for traditional marriage is bigotry, then Barack Obama was a bigot until just before the 2012 election.”

The senator, who was giving a speech on family values and morality, indicated he was clearly aware that people don’t accept his views.

“I promise you, before this speech is even over, I’ll be attacked as a hater, a bigot, someone who’s anti-gay,” he said. “This intolerance in the name of tolerance is hypocrisy.”  

He’s right about it all. He also asserted that states should have the right to restrict marriage to heterosexual couples, and denounced judges who have ruled against state laws defining marriage. Right again. But why now? Why this? What for? Is he attempting to ingratiate himself with voters? His views depart from the GOPe’s which we saw in the last article, and that is a good thing, but will anyone care after his betrayal last year? And was taking the fall for Jeb worth it?

This was signature Rubio though: tying two stances on separate issues into one ‘coherent’ argument. Last year he attempted (misguidedly) to tie the rationale for defunding ObamaCare with his support for Immigration Reform. No need for the details, it just made no sense. He justified his support for both by linking each to (his version of) the American Dream. In this case, he calls for morality and values and links them with potential economic prosperity, in that order.

“In America, if you get an education, find a good job, and wait until marriage to have children, your chances of achieving economic security and professional fulfillment are incredibly high. In fact, if everyone in America lived lives that went in this order, in the order I’ve just outlined, some estimates are that the poverty rate would be cut by an estimated 70 percent.”

You can’t say he isn’t clever either.  He is. And he will do what he has to to survive.  But sincere?  Meh..  The world sees him one way, we political junkies know the truth. I am not being facetious, nor am I judging him because I choose to believe that he defends these things. My cynicism does however makes me wonder how much time and money were spent on consultants to came up with this reinvented strategy.  Many, I bet!  If he just stuck to core issues of our party and simple truths that are ageless, he would not go wrong.  But Rubio has a special bullsh*t chromosome and that’s his problem. No one can have faith in what he says because he will fudge whatever he has to fudge to be politically expedient. He doesn’t think long-term.  Even though this was a pretty graceful attempt at a comeback, he still doesn’t get the big picture and I don’t feel sorry for him.  His appeal is to the issues of the group covered in the last article. Rubio on abortion:

Rubio said abortion is a difficult issue because it involves two competing rights — women’s rights to make choices about their bodies versus the rights of the unborn to live.

“In weighing these two options, I know where I stand: An unborn child should be welcomed into life and protected in law,” he said. “It seems to me a decent, humane society will take tangible steps to help women with unwanted pregnancies even as that society defends an unborn child’s right to live.”

Whatever this re-invention cost, it was pretty crafty.  I’ll just end the tirade on that note and let the RELIGIOUS BASE decide whether they believe him or not. Please check this Article link for the full post on his speech. (It’s pretty good.)

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EXPLOSIVE! Rob Portman Distances Himself from Possible Criminality Involved in Cochran’s Race-Baiting Ads

By Isabel Matos

Rick Shaftan is a Senior Analyst at Neighborhood Research Corporation. He has been a campaign consultant for several decades and knows the ins and outs like FEC rules and regulations. He’s in Mississippi doing boots on the ground research on possible irregularities concerning the race-baiting ads that aired on radio stations that tried to knee-cap Chris McDaniel. There are rules and laws about campaigns not being allowed to coordinate with outside groups because of a $2600 contribution limit to the campaign. The campaign can to some extent coordinate with the party committees, but the party committees cannot coordinate with outside groups like Mississippi Conservatives or the shadowy All Citizens for Mississippi that ran these ads. A money trail to these outside groups does not even need to be traced or involved. If there is just coordination and/or collaboration is involved it’s totally illegal. The Senatorial Committee, for example, is considered being on the Cochran campaign’s side, so they can’t have anything to do with these other groups. Mississippi Conservatives could (and did) fund All Citizens for Mississippi, it’s legal. But the Cochran campaign cannot work in unison with All Citizens for Mississippi and it is starting to appear that it happened to some extent. If there was this kind of coordination such as resources, communication, money .. if these lines were crossed, it would be a serious violation of the law.  What is the evidence that this illegality took place? If the NRSC sent $175,000 to All Citizens for Mississippi, that would be coordination with an outside group. Apart from the content of the reprehensible ads, what the NRSC did would be considered criminal. Rob Portman has been trying to cover himself by saying he paid the NRSC but had no idea they would pay for ads attacking Chris McDaniel, painting him as a member of the KKK.  Had he asked for money from an outside group or Pac to pay for these ads, it would have all been legal, but..

H/T William Davis Focal Point video

Please go to Part II of this Interview in the Next Article

 

Update:  The interviewed guest’s last name is Shaftan not Shaft. It has been corrected thanks to Mr. Shaftan himself who contacted me to thank me for sharing his work. Pretty cool, I think.  He was spot on. In both interviews.

 

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Please RT, Chime In or Caption

By Isabel Matos

Friend Ray said this: “a total inept lying jackass…..”

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RAND PAUL Scrubs Anti-Israel Student Reading List from Website

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By Isabel Matos

Let’s keep things simple. Sometimes there is so much to write about a politician’s track record of fooling gullible supporters, that it’s best to let others try do it for us. We don’t bash Rand Paul here. If you read the posts written before this one you will note that although comments may be editorial, each one is fair as those comments are all supported WITH facts.  The list of articles could be longer because foreign policy has not been covered (so many stories so little time), but the latest shows yet again how RAND PAUL’s deviations from Conservatism is where our concern should be.  The Washington Free Beacon titles the piece:

RAND PAUL Scrubs Anti-Israel Student Reading List from Website

~ Books laden with anti-Semitic imagery included on senator’s ‘student reading list ~

July 17, 2014 6:30 pm

Sen. Rand Paul’s (R., Ky.) office deleted a “student reading list” that promoted anti-Israel books from his official Senate website this week, shortly after the Weekly Standard published an article last Friday highlighting the controversial recommendations.

Paul’s Senate website has advertised the list of 17 books as “suggested titles for a student, or anyone else interested in learning more about freedom and the role of government in a free society” under a “students” section since 2011.

While most of the recommended titles focus on economic policy, the list also included books that claim the “Israel Lobby” controls U.S. foreign policy, call for the United States to cut ties with the Jewish state, and argue that support for Israel is anti-Christian and anti-American.

One of the recommended titles,  1) Where the Right Went Wrong: How Neoconservatives Subverted the Reagan Revolution and Hijacked the Bush Presidency by Patrick Buchanan, has been criticized by the Anti-Defamation League for containing “anti-Semitic rhetoric.”  In the book, Buchanan accused “the Beltway Likud” of plotting the war in Iraq “long before 9/11.”

“President Bush no longer sits at the head of the negotiating table, but directly behind [Israeli Prime Minister Ariel] Sharon,” Buchanan wrote.  Buchanan also compared former Bush adviser Richard Perle with “Fagin,” the villainous, anti-Semitic caricature in 2) Oliver Twist.  “Perle’s depiction of his delight at first meeting the future president [George W. Bush] reads like Fagin relating his initial encounter with the young Oliver Twist,” he wrote.

Another book on the list, 3) A Foreign Policy of Freedom by former Rep. Ron Paul (R., Texas), described President George W. Bush’s foreign policy as a “Christian-Zionist-oil crusade against the infidels.”

“It is amazing that the clamor of support for Israel here at home comes from men of deep religious conviction in the Christian faith who are convinced they are doing the Lord’s work,” Ron Paul wrote. “That, quite frankly, is hard for me as a Christian to comprehend.”    …

Also included on the was Michael Scheuer’s 2004 book 4) Imperial Hubris, which suggested that U.S. support for Israel could be explained by “habit, the prowess of Israel’s American lobbyists and spies, the half-true mantra that Israel is a democracy … and a misplaced sense of guilt over the Holocaust.”  Scheuer also described Israel as a “faraway, theocracy-in-all-but-name of only about six million people that ultimately controls the extent and even the occurrence of an important portion of political discourse and national security debate [in the United States].”  “Objectively, al Qaeda does not seem too far off the mark when it describes the U.S.-Israel relationship as a detriment to America,” Scheuer added. Scheuer has more recently come under fire from the ADL for describing the pro-Israel community as an “identifiable fifth column” that has “dropped any pretense of loyalty to the United States.”

Several of the books on Paul’s list also blamed U.S. foreign policy for the Sep. 11 attacks and suggested a moral equivalence between U.S. military action and terrorism.

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I would not be so adamant about Rand Paul’s digressions if his followers were not such apologists for him. I have tried having level-headed discussions but there is little anyone can do if facts are not considered even valid to them.  His supporters need to understand that although we are UNITED against Obama, Rand Paul’s actions have to be questioned and he has to be taken to task. His is a pattern of deception. He is not and never has been what he has said he is. With the war going on in the Middle East, it is important to remember that Rand Paul voted for three Obama appointees who have had beyond dubious support for Israel: John Kerry, Jack Lew and Chuck Hagel. Here’s Kerry explaining away his “it’s a helluva pin-point operation” comment insinuating Israel went too far.

Let’s connect more dots. It’s Ana Navarro week. The Jeb Bush mouthpiece from Nicaragua (thank goodness it is not another Cuban) tweets:  Ran into our next Sec of State. Told him to be vigilant re Latin America & remember women/Hispanics in making hires January 23, 2013.  ana navarro

 to which I just have to say W.O.W.

H/T Lisa Luerssen for Washington Beacon story lead

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Palin Endorsee Barry Loudermilk Wins!

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By Isabel Matos

Just a simple SHOUT OUT to Barry Loudermilk who won the primary in Georgia tonight.  He posted this comment on his timeline just moments ago:

A sincere thank you to our wonderful team for your hard work and dedication to the cause. To those who came out to the polls today; thank you for exercising your freedom and fulfilling your duty to vote.

US4Palin (Facebook page) reported:

Things were not peachy keen for Dr. Bob Johnson. He lost GA-1 getting 46% of the vote as 221 (95%) of the 232 precincts came in Ibatom tonight reportedThe winner, Buddy Carter with 54% of the vote will face tonight’s Democratic winner – Brian Reese – in the general.

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Gov. Palin endorsed both men last week in a Facebook Status She wrote tonight: Barry Loudermilk has a proven record of conservatism in the Georgia General Assembly, one that I hope he can bring to the weak-kneed in the halls of Congress. Barry is an Air Force veteran, small business owner, father, grandfather, and husband who met his beautiful wife in the great state of Alaska many summers ago. Barry will take his strong work ethic, life experiences, and conservative principles to Washington where he will join the fight to restore our great nation and use the Constitution as his guide.

Both told Kevin Scholla, host of the Palin Update on Mama Grizzly Radio, that they want to Repeal ObamaCare.

As of tonight, 16 elections have been held in which Governor Palin endorsed a candidate. With seven out of 16 wins, her current 2014 Endorsement Success Rate is 43.75%. 

For the Complete Story: http://goo.gl/AJPT9n

 

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