According to the latest DHS report, “the new ‘terrorists’ in this country are the Americans who love liberty, hate unconstitutional government edicts and fear the bureaucrats running Washington, D.C.,” writes Pat Shannan. “Second Amendment advocates are at the top of this ‘terrorist’ list, but a mere ‘pro-life’ bumper sticker might be enough to make one suspect in the eyes of a dumbed-down cop who forgot his oath.”

  • THE TALIBAN have claimed responsibility for killing three US contractors one day after a White House spokesman called them an ‘armed insurgency’, despite their presence on an official terror list since 2002. Click here for the White House double speak B.S. Any American will wonder why Obama is still in office. Most of all he is America’s number one terrorist; solely responsible for the diminution of the United States during his tenure. Arrest and imprisonment are the only justice to be leveled out.

  • icebadge
  • We remind Americans of past terrorists such as John Hancock, Sam Adams and John Adams, not to mention the iconic ride of Paul Revere. It it were not for those terrorists the United States of America would not be here today. To put it bluntly we rather stand in the shoes of past terrorists than the scum running our government today. If they can call us terrorists we call them Criminals and they can be found in Washington D.C. walking the halls of Congress.


Jimmy Carter is responsible for the pullout from Iran; it was he who ignited the Iranian revolution back in 1978. Failure to back Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, America’s friend in the Middle East, Carter pulled up stakes which allowed the self exiled  Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to seize power. Prior to Khomeini’s return, mass protests erupted, many deaths resulted, shocking the country and damaged any attempt at reconciliation between the Shah and the opposition. Khomeini immediately declared that “4,000 innocent protesters were massacred by Zionists“, and gave him a pretext to reject any further compromise with the government.Add in the taking of American hostages under the watch of Jimmy Carter allowed the Iranian Mullah power grab to cement the theocratic rule by the Supreme Ruler.  Additionally, the American embassy was seized and 52 hostages taken which united the country. Not until Ronald Reagan rode into office did Khomeini take heed. After 444 days the hostages were released. From then on Iran became a soviet type state in the hands of the Revolutionary Guards.

Today we Barack Hussein Obama bowing to, subservient to, supporting, guiding, patronizing, cheering for and most of all lobbying for the Iranian theocracy. For the past two years the Iranians have played the North Korean card; negotiate in bad faith while developing the nuclear weapons you swear on Allah not to develop. Obama is another Jimmy Carter by allowing the Iranians to enter the nuclear club.

Israel will not allow this to happen  negotiations fail this is obvious; even if there is a deal only to save face. Iran will continue to centrifuge its way into the nuclear age.  Don’t expect Israel to sit idly by while all this happens. Expect an Israel missile to take out Iranians capability by leveling the Arak heavy water plant and the Fordow underground uranium enrichment facility. In essence the blame will lie with Obama for increasing the possibility of a nuclear confrontation.

A flashback to Jimmy Carter and the election of his friend in Venezuela, Hugo Chavez. By now everyone knows that the election which brought Chavez to a third term was a bygone conclusion – the fix was in.  Jimmy Carter saw to it; with a warped mind bent on the destruction of capitalism Carter sanctioned the massive fraud.  Did any freedom loving American believe that Chavez would cede power?

The Carter Center, founded by former U.S. president Jimmy Carter in 1982, is a non-profit human rights organization with a self-described emphasis on “seeking to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health” around the world. Founder and former President Jimmy Carter recently stated “As a matter of fact, of the 92 elections that we’ve monitored, I would say the election process in Venezuela is the best in the world.” Hector Vanolli, director of the Carter Center in Venezuela, says that the automization (is this a word?) of every step of the process, from pre-election voter registration, to election day voting, to post ballot tallying, along with its auditability, is what sets the Venezuelan electoral system apart from other countries.

As reported by independent media before the election;  polls diverge widely, with some predicting a victory for Mr. Chávez and others showing a race that is too close to call, there is wide agreement that Mr. Chávez is vulnerable as never before. Handicapping the election is complicated by the angst felt by many Venezuelans that a vote for the opposition could bring retaliation. Adding to that anxiety, the government recently introduced a new electronic voting system that many Venezuelans fear might be used by the government to track those who vote against the president. Electoral officials and opposition leaders defend the integrity of the system, but there is significant distrust, and a big part of Mr. Capriles’s campaign has been to reassure voters that their votes will remain secret.hugoobama

When the Venezuelan tyrant Hugo Chavez passed away back in March, one notably unctuous commemorative tribute came from former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. “Although we have not agreed with all of the methods followed by his government, we have never doubted Hugo Chavez’s commitment to improving the lives of millions of his fellow countrymen,” the statement,carried on the website of the Carter Center, intoned. Carter then praised the “positive legacies” of a man famous for embracing genocidal dictators like Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, before ending with a vague plea to Chavez’s successors to forge a “new consensus” in taking the country forward.

“Venezuela probably has the most excellent voting system that I have ever known,” Carter began, referring to the electronic voting machines that require voters to select their favored candidate on a touch screen, before collecting a paper receipt which is then deposited in a ballot box. Well, yes, we can all agree that technology is great. But it’s what you do with it that matters.

CARACAS— April 2013.  Ruling party candidate Nicolas Maduro narrowly won Venezuela’s presidential election on Sunday, the electoral authority said, allowing him to continue the socialist policies of the late Hugo Chavez.

The National Electoral Council said Maduro won 50.7 per cent of the votes, compared to 49.1 per cent for his young rival, Miranda state Governor Henrique Capriles. It said more than 99 percent of the votes had been counted and that the result was “irreversible.”

Chavez, who ruled for 14 years, anointed Maduro as his political heir in his last speech to the country before succumbing to cancer on March 5.

That gave his former vice-president and foreign minister a huge advantage but Capriles narrowed the gap in the final days of the campaign and the result was much closer than many had expected.

Then there was this gem: “So far as I know, Maduro did get 1.5 percent more votes than his opponent, [Henrique] Capriles,” Carter told Oppenheimer, “and that has been substantiated by the recount of paper ballots.” And finally, the clincher: “Asked… whether Venezuela’s election process was clean, Carter asserted that ‘the voting part’ of it was ‘free and fair.’”

Actually, it was anything but. On election day, opposition monitors recorded around 6,000 violations, including red-shirted Chavista activists shepherding voters into polling booths, threats both physical and verbal against voters deemed to have opposition loyalties, and, most ludicrously, several polling stations in which Maduro’s vote was astronomically higher than that achieved by Chavez in the previous, October 2012, election, which the ruling United Socialist Party won by a comfortable margin of 11 points.

Contrary to Carter’s claim, there was never a comprehensive matching of the ballot papers to the votes registered electronically. There was, earlier this month, a cursory, partial recount whose sole purpose was to validate the original announcement of a Maduro victory.

“the Venezuelan government did not allow independent international election observers for the elections. It only allowed electoral tourists from friendly regional groups who arrived shortly before the voting.”

There are those who will say that however outrageous Carter’s views are, they don’t really matter. In fact, they do. Much of the Carter Center’s work involves international election monitoring, since, as the Center itself says, “more governments than ever recognize democratic elections as essential to establishing their legitimate authority.”What’s therefore shocking in the Venezuelan context is that Carter, whose organization didn’t monitor the April election, has now issued Maduro with a clean bill of health.

As a result, the chavistas now have even less incentive to admit observers to monitor the forthcoming municipal elections, currently scheduled for December. Given the likelihood that the opposition will attempt to turn this next contest into a referendum on Maduro’s rule, we can confidently expect a repeat of the violations of this past April. And we can be just as confident that Jimmy Carter will emerge, once the dust has settled, to assure us that the ballot was “fair,” “legitimate,” “free” and all the other words that give succor to those autocrats who decide what the result of an election will be before they hold one.


“Savage, despicable evil. That’s what we were fighting in Iraq. That’s why a lot of people, myself included, called the enemy “savages”. There was no other way to describe what we encountered there. People ask me all the time, “How many people have you killed?” My standard response is, “Does the answer make me less, or more of a man?”

The number is not important to me. I only wish I had killed more. Not for bragging rights, but because the world is a better place without savages out there taking American lives. Everyone one I shot in Iraq was trying to harm Americans or Iraqis loyal to the new government.

I had a job to do as a SEAL. I killed the enemy – an enemy I saw day in and day out plotting to kill my fellow Americans. I’m haunted by the enemy successes. There were few, but even a single American life is one too many lost.

I don’t worry about what other people think of me. It’s the one of the thing I most admire about my dad growing up. He didn’t give a hoot what others thought. He was who he was. It’s one of the qualities that has kept me most sane.


The Greeks have cast their vote in favor of Syriza who hailed the exit polls as “a return of social dignity and social justice.” Their socialist campaign message centered on the hardship imposed by the European Central Bank and IMF; austerity was a necessary evil to bring the country back from the abyss, but with Greek unemployment reaching toward 30%  the citizens felt that the suffering must end.

The government of Greece employs 41% of the working populations. They enjoy benefits only a CEO could dream of. The root of the problem is the condoning of deficits by political liberals who enjoyed the good life at the top of government year after year; , winning elections as long as they kept the spigots open. Sounds similar to politicians here in the United States.

So now we can look forward to tumultuous days ahead, the possibility of them leaving of the EURO, inflation, reneging on their debt and ultimately bankruptcy. It appears that Greece cooking the books is one recipe that may ultimately payoff – DEBTORBEWARE!



blackcoud Islamic wars tarp the Middle East, instigated by long ago hatred between Sunnis and Shias; a never ending saga that has killed hundreds of millions in its wake. Now a eponymous Muslim gang called ISIS is carving up Syria and Iraq, fueled by the vacuum left by the U.S. pullout.

Iran licking its chops as Mohammad is close to securing the weapon to end all. Nigeria, the target of the rampant Boko Haram, France and the continent overwhelmed by the Muslim onslaught that they helped create; nothing standing in the path of Allah.

Politically correct politicians greased the skid to destruction of Western Civilization. And we find the Pope, (click here) kneeling to Islam in his latest take on insulting the religion of Muslims and others.

However, the Pope is misguided here. For the most part believers in Buddhism, Sikhism, Judaism, Hinduism don’t kill, rape, murder, behead when their religious icons are demonized. Only Muslims go on the war path thirsting for blood of innocents.

The Pope has not learned from the history that Islam’s call to Muslims is to rule the world – then there will be no press, no liberty, no women’s rights.  Just one example, in the 9th century Turkey was 99.8% Christian, today it is .2% – 120,000 Christians among 80 million Muslims. Over the years those who believed in Christianity were either killed or chased out of the country. 

Click here for a brief history of the Arab invaders. Christianity cannot escape Islam’s political geography. A part of the world will remain off limits for Christian witness, and the future is bleak for Christians living in Muslim countries. In the Middle East (with the exception of such countries as Egypt and Lebanon, where Christians are still numerous), Christians will have difficulty existing even as minorities. And in countries on the edge of the Muslim world, such as Nigeria, where Christians make up a large and growing part of the population, they will find themselves on the defensive as Muslims seek to implement Muslim law in society. And, of course, as their numbers mount in Europe, Muslims will be increasingly assertive in claiming public space for the practice of Islam.


Congress is preparing the groundwork for the all important vote on the pipeline from Canada, based on preliminary observations it does appear that President Obama will be hit hard by a key-stone . With the Senate expected to vote soon on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline, the State Department is now giving eight federal agencies two weeks to weigh in on it.

From the White House mouthing the President, “he will make the decision that is best for the United States, that process is not finished yet. When it is done, a decision will come. Congress is trying to front run the process for politics.”

More of the same coming from the President. We expected that type of reply for we know that in the end POTUS will veto the legislation. Way to go Mr. Prez. Americans will never forget your expected veto. Still not finished with the process? How long will it take, another six years?  Apparently you have not received the news; Reid is gone, Pelosi is finished.

If it were to go to vote today, there are 54 Republicans in favor, 9 Democrats totaling 63.  To over ride the veto McConnell needs to round up 4 votes.  We shall see who on the Democratic side has the guts to send Obama a message as he starts his second term.


King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia is deadKing Abduallah has reached his final resting place, no pyramids to memorialize the 90 year old Abullah. The new King, his half brother Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, will carry on. The world is different from when Abdullah first mounted the thrown, regional enemies are biting at the Saudi border, best manifested in the Yemen President resigning office under the threat of regional Shiite insurgents.

Soon, Saudi Arabia will have to defend itself with a more intense posture because the killers have a huge appetite that includes regional hegemony. We wish the King well, not only for his sake, but ours as well. Allahu Akbar. May the King rest in peace – Long Live the King.


So much bull crap gushed out of the anointed one’s mouth last night that an emergency call was made to the EPA. Clean up in aisle “hope for change.” For our President to not understand the word “no” is telling. In 2010 the Republicans took the House, in 2014 they took both the House and Senate; in between BO emerged the victor securing a second term. In Obama’s mind this is a winning hand, the implosion of the Democrats (can’t blame it on Bush this time)  in both years is meaningless, but what makes it more remarkable is the fact that Obama still believes in his ascendancy, when in fact his star is crashing to earth;  or we can put it another way, he has flown to close to the son.

In his 6 years in office Obama has pissed off one group after another – his campaign style is divisive,  a divide and conquer mentality where hard working Americans, those who have succeeded without a government handout are to be demonized. Never  will POTUS accept the conclusion that some people don’t have a job  for a reason. Taking from the rich and giving to the parasite is Obama’s modus operandi, starting a cultural war is his cup of tea. Class warfare the coin of the realm. “We are the victim and the rich are to blame.”

One of the main issues pitting Republicans and a handful, possibly more, Republicans is the ongoing negotiations with Iran. One deadline was not met, another is set to expire in June. The Senate is adamant on passing legislation which would once again punish Iran with more sanctions if the negotiations fail. However, Obama says no, do this and Iran will be mad enough to walk away from the table,  they will not negotiate with a hammer over their head.  Why is Obama is in Iran’s corner touting their position?  Why is he  their advocate; for what reason?  It is still fresh in our mind,  Obama’s vigorous and unwavering support for the Muslim Brotherhood. That too is very suspicious.

Taxes, Obama loves that word more than any other in the English language; without them his socialist utopia collapse. So he must tax more in order to spend more, a financial nuclear reaction. And we can go on and on, but what is the use. Perhaps the Senate will give him a good kick in the butt with his first override. Humble pie is hard to digest – can’t wait to see the snake lash out and Democrats after that happens. Stay tune!

In passing, the price of gold has not responded the way many pundits have prognosticated. On the way to $700 the gold has surged to $1300. What has inspired many to hop on the gold wagon is the continued debasement of world currencies. Venezuela and Russia have seen their currencies lose 50% of their value in short order. their citizens have learned their lessons well, many have purchased gold as insurance for just sort an event. But Europe is  approaching the abyss, printing fiat money like it is going out of style – we have to believe that many of the EU’s citizens are buying as well, for the Euro has dropped 15% too. What is surprising is that the dollar run up vs these currencies, typically not good for gold, has not had the usual effect. One other item worth mentioning, deflation is not good for gold too, then why is it going up? Our guess, “somebody big knows something.”

Through out history gold has been the medium of exchange; the store of value. Paper money displaced gold early in the 17th century; first used in Massachusetts then by the states during the Civil War. The banking industry’s genesis was initiated early on by warehouses which issued a receipt – thus a warehouse receipt – entitling the holder to redeem the receipt for the said amount of gold as defined in the receipt. As the industry blossomed it became apparent that the holders of receipts very rarely requested the physical gold; they only transferred the receipts. Thus the warehouses evolved into lenders realizing that a call for 100 percent of the gold at any one time was not a probability.

The 18th through the 21st century became the glory days of gold. Banks became behemoths lending more gold than they had in inventory. When a run on a bank occurred, which it ultimately did, culminating in bankruptcy and ruin. As the United States entered the 20th century as the world’s big money player the world treated the dollar as if it was good as gold.

This was true up until 1971.  Not dismissing the illegal taking of individuals gold by FDR back in 1933 (see executive order 6102).  The world was on the path of becoming a dynamic and risky adventure from 1971 on; the dollar was no longer convertible to gold, the dream of El Dorado became a reality by inventing paper gold on a scale never seen before. The physical gold window had closed, the dollar pyramid scheme began.  Hence the printing of paper money on a scale never seen before. Economies were on financial cocaine, a euphoria that is still manifested by governments gone wild. More printing enabled the exalted to exert control of economies, countries and world politics. But good times don’t last forever.

Entering the 21st century has proved that the dollar panacea has a long reach, but things can changes in a quant moment. Across the globe one country after another has defaulted; Greece and Argentina head the list. Is it possible that the United States is next?  A probability that cannot be counted out. What brings us to that conclusion is the loss of faith in the United States. We are no longer control world events – Obama saw to it.

Future obligations are the tail wagging the dog and that is about to become the albatross under our neck for the next two decades. Obligations are coming due. And the question remains, who will be responsible to pay them. for sure you can’t count on today’s youth to hand over their hard earned cash.   17 Trillion and counting is a gargantua number, that is just debt, counting social security, medicate obligations and interest on the debt we are looking at a google type number closer to 100 trillion. $100,000,000,0000,0000.

Another relevant question to ask a politician of the goldbrick variety is:  Will we ever be able to pay back the money we owe?   Don’t expect a straight answer.  The next question is, Will gold provide a solution to political largesse?


The Governor of the Cajun state of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal=told it like it is. What provoked the liberal press to excoriate the Governor was the term he used in defining the Muslim ghettos of Europe – no go zones. They asked him to name one, he didn’t, but continued to tell it like it is. The reporter interviewing him tried to trap him into a reply. Jindal was having none of it.

However, Jindal stood his ground and called on Muslims to integrate – assimilate into society. Three cheers for Mr. Jindal.  The interview is not only eye opening, but reveals something else. One look at Governor Jindal,  he is of Indian descent, does not give us pause, but gives us proof that a southern state, once the heart of plantation country is colorblind. His assent to the highest position in Louisiana attests to the philosophy of  Assimilation – don’t and you become a persona non-grata.

“And I’m also making a bigger and maybe even more controversial point that radical Islam is a grave threat, we need Muslim leaders to denounce the individuals, not just the acts of violence,” he said, adding that “it is absolutely correct to insist on assimilation” of immigrants in the United States.”


Click here for preview of London Speech.