By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Mark Zuckerberg and Marco Rubio have become amnesty’s two indistinguishable amigos. They have morphed into Marco Zuckerberg and Mark Rubio.
You’ve heard the radio spots and seen the television ads featuring Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio talking about the dire need to do something about the “immigration problem” not “illegal immigration” but immigration.
During a minute’s worth of huffing and puffing Rubio tries to bulldoze past any logical objections to erasing our borders with faux tough talk designed to impress us with his credentials as an “insider’ who KNOWS more than we do.
Rubio’s media crusade is funded by liberal Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg.
To impress us Rubio uses buzz phrases like “conservative immigration reform” “Tough border triggers” and “no giveaways for law breakers.” That putting these words in Rubio’s mouth is not only breathtakingly insulting to true conservatives, but simply not true shouldn’t … Continue Reading:Marco Zuckerberg and Mark Rubio: amnesty’s two indistinguishable amigos
by George Spelvin
Obama being born out of an apple pie in the middle of a Kansas wheat field as Toby Keith sings the National Anthem—such are the contents of an amicus brief filed by an Alabama Democrat Party which has resorted to ridicule in responding to the Obama eligibility case McInnish-Goode v Chapman which will be held in front of Judge Roy Moore and the Alabama Supreme Court! In an exclusive story reported by WND reporter Drew Zahn, (1) the flippant nature of this brief indicates that the Obama team will be unable to brush off legitimate questions about how he can serve as a U.S. President without showing legitimate and verifiable evidence of eligibility!
Brought by Virgil Goode and Hugh McInnish, the case seeks to force Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman to verify eligibility of all candidates on the 2012 ballot. Reporter Zahn points out that in 2010 … Continue Reading:Phony birth certificate drives Obama eligibility lawsuits in Alabama and Florida
by Kevin “Coach” Collins
The terrible ten year rape/ kidnapping ordeal suffered by three innocent Cleveland women at the hands of Ariel Castro, a registered Democrat (look it up) may yet put the baby killing crowd at NARAL and NOW in a web of their own evil lies.
Their captivity included daily rapes and the predictable pregnancies that followed. The startling evidence shows Castro’s depravity extended to stomach punching pregnant victims to cause miscarriages thereby murdering at least five innocent babies.
That Castro’s crimes are revolting and demand the death penalty is a widely held sentiment; but what will women’s organizations do or say?
Because women’s organizations are, by definition liberal, calls for such retribution might not come from the likes of NARAL and NOW. Both organizations could end up either saying nothing about these horrific crimes or potentially joining in a fight to keep Castro from being convicted … Continue Reading:Cleveland’s kidnapper/rapist animal will put baby killers at NARAL in a web of their own making
by Doug Book, staff writer
“In the days of the Malleus, if the physician could find no evidence of natural illness, he was expected to find evidence of witchcraft: today, if he cannot diagnose organic illness, he is expected to diagnose mental illness.” (1)
The Malleus Maleficarum was a 15th century text which instructed Inquisitors on the proper method of identifying, trying and burning witches. Though it was many years ago that renowned psychiatrist Thomas Szasz (1920-2012) used the example of the Malleus to comment on the diagnostic practices of his fellow physicians, it seems he might have been on to something as today psychiatrists and educators alike are concerned that the recently completed “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders V” (DSM 5) will be responsible for psychiatrists improperly diagnosing millions of Americans as mentally ill.
Produced exclusively by the American Psychiatric Association, the DSM provides physicians with … Continue Reading:Millions of Americans could be misdiagnosed as mentally ill
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
When South Carolina’s Republican Senator Jim DeMint resigned to head the Heritage Foundation most “outside the Beltway” conservatives were at first apprehensive about the net effect it would cause. The thinking on DeMint’s move slowly evolved to “Jim can do things outside of the system he can’t do/say while in the Senate.” It sounded reasonable – after all this was Jim DeMint.
Since he took over Heritage DeMint has been an irritant to the Gang of Eight as they fight to destroy America by erasing our borders, but time has shown that alas he is not the “all in” warrior for our safety we assumed he would be. The abrupt “resignation” of Jason Richwine, a Harvard trained PhD, from his position as a Heritage Foundation analyst/writer tells us a different story about DeMint.
Richwine HAD to be banished from Heritage for committing the heretical outrage of telling the truth about the … Continue Reading:Maybe Jim DeMint’s resignation wasn’t such a big loss after all