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Napolitano thinks Obama can and should grant fiat amnesty to illegals

 

By Kevin “Coach” Collins

Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet “Jan The Man” Napolitano who helped give hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens a stay of deportation now says she backs Barack Obama’s plans to grant broad, unqualified amnesty by executive action.   

In a recent interview, Napolitano told the Washington Post,  “If Congress refuses to act and perform its duties, then I think it’s appropriate for the executive to step in and use his authorities based on law … to take action in the immigration arena.’’

In her speech titled “Anatomy of a Legal Decision,” given in Georgia in an obvious attempt to stir up Hispanic voters, Napolitano talked about the policy of “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” (DACA) that halted deportations of young undocumented immigrants and gave them work permits.”

The former HSS who is now infecting the University of California with her failed liberal ideas, whined that we need to do something for those who were secretly and illegally brought into America. In a classic example of liberal doctrine which shifts responsibility for everything to those around them she fretted, “They were brought here as kids, not of their own volition. They really are kind of the worst victims of the lack of immigration reform.”

Napolitano proudly allowed that when the DACA failed in the Senate in 2010, she joined with Obama in planning how the Administration could violate the Constitution and thwart the Legislative Branch of government. To that end she said, “And so it came to pass that in the spring of 2012, I assembled a small team of advisers, including our brightest lawyers, and I asked them this: What can we do about the Dreamers? What can we do short of a blanket amnesty? What can we do within the parameters of the law?”

Now we know the answer to her rhetorical question. Obama has no intention of following our Constitution, a document he has often characterized as an impediment and filled with restrictions on the powers of government to control our lives.

With the help of Jeh Johnson the current Homeland Security Secretary, Homeland has now become yet another arm of government that has seen its purpose turned inside out. It was supposed to protect us; but now it threatens us instead.

Will their Election Day successes be used by Republicans to thwart the illegal agenda of the Regime?

Source: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/10/janet-napolitano-immigration-112222.html

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Top Soil may be Blown Away, but Subsoil will Restore it

By Jerry Todd,  staff writer

The fragile topsoil of freedom and enterprise can be clogged with the hardpan of regulations or blown away by the evil winds of “progressivism.” There are simple ways to draw from Subsoil (the combined application of the principles of subsidiarity and solidarity)… See here for more details: http://www.principia-scientific.org/chaos-and-subsoil-where-science-prospers.html

Lawmaking and bureaucracy must incorporate Subsoil into the conception, design and government operations to preserve the American Way of Life as the Founders intended. Sworn Constitutional officers must honor the solemnity of their oaths to protect and defend the Constitution in spite of political agendas.

Five important questions must be asked, truthfully answered and applied with integrity:

1.   Will this new law help or hurt initiative or personal responsibility? Is it an entitlement, or will people be challenged and motivated to exceed the law’s intended goals? Are the people allowed to do their best when challenged?

2.  Does the legislation or the bureaucracy it authorizes benefit the wider community without focusing on special interest groups (selective privilege) save for specific needs of the helpless? (We’re all needy – we’re not all helpless!)

3.  Will this legislation put people or regions in a box? Are individual and community initiative and uniqueness subordinated to a rigid plan for central control through taxes, financial manipulation or bureaucratic overreach in environmental, health, welfare, immigration and energy policies

4.  Will the legislation require major government oversight or will it encourage and maximize private enterprise and employment? Personal involvement with open opportunities leads to the development of individual gifts and talents and from these, new technologies, industries and services.

5.  Is the legislation less than 100 pages in length, devoid of selective privileges and unrelated riders? Draconian bills of great length are by definition “pretended legislation,” filled with poison pills and bureaucratic license that is always abused. No more passing bills to see what’s in them. If a bill is too long, it becomes impossible to analyze and critique.

It took only 13 “Acts” of King George over 11 years to rile the Colonists to the Revolution that gave us a great country – a Constitutional Republic. Today we have 159 new agencies to “eat out the people’s substance” in Obamacare alone – not to mention 75,000 pages of new EPA regulations no one understands and the bureaucrats are hell bent to enforce for power and job security.

Subsoil could be a good tool for vetting candidates and sorting out the public servants from the bureaucrats. No time better than the present.

 

Anchorage TEA Party has endorsed Joe Miller for US Senate from Alaska

By Kevin “Coach” Collins

Earlier today, the TEA Party of Anchorage made its selection among the candidates for US Senate from Alaska and to no one’s surprise they selected Joe Miller.

Joe is the true conservative in the Republican field and those who are the true conservatives in Alaska’s major city have recognized him for the trustworthy man he is.

This Tuesday’s primary will be a tough three way fight. Joe Miller needs your help. Please go to JoeForLiberty.com and lend a hand.

In their endorsement message explaining why they have backed Joe Miller, the Anchorage TEA Party made these comments, “Although all three Republican candidates are saying things we want to hear, ATP believes that Joe Miller is the only one who can be trusted to take action consistent with his promises.

“While all of the three Republican candidates will be more attuned to ATP values and principles than is the incumbent, ATP is not convinced that their values and principles will not “evolve” over time. Mr. Miller, in all respects, has consistently demonstrated that he will not accede to globalist and corporate pressure to go along to get along.

“ATP sincerely believes that Mr. Miller is the best person to represent the State of Alaska in the United States Senate. ATP is convinced that Joe Miller is one of us, the People, who will take his oath of office to defend and support the Constitution very seriously and bear true faith and allegiance to the same to remove the yoke of an overreaching elitist government from the People it was intended to serve.”

In accepting the ATP’s endorsement Miller said, “I am honored by the Anchorage Tea Party’s endorsement of my candidacy and their trust in me to stay true to the principles I espouse. I am committed to going to Washington and joining those reformers in the Senate and the House, who want to restore our nation to its constitutional foundation, and with that, the liberty and opportunity which have been the birthright of all Americans.”

Joe Miller is a husband, father of eight, grandfather, West Point graduate,  combat veteran United States Army Officer who was awarded a Bronze Star, and advocate of Constitutional liberty who believes in individual rights, private property, free markets and the sanctity of human life. 

Pelosi adviser admits college students too dumb to have free speech but not to vote Democrat

 
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
 
Michael Yaki, a Democrat who has worked for Nancy Pelosi and is now a United States Civil Rights Commissioner, believes that college students are too stupid to be allowed to exercise freedom of speech.   
 
His remarks were made in regard to whether there should be campus speech codes. In fact he thinks these codes should be tightened.
 
With breathtaking hubris and not even a single ounce of self-consciousness, this classic Democrat saboteur said, “Certain factors in how the juvenile or adolescent or young adult brain processes information is vastly different from the way that we adults do.”
 
Yaki went on to add, “So when we sit back and talk about what is right or wrong in terms of First Amendment jurisprudence from a reasonable person’s standpoint, we are really not looking into the same referential viewpoint of these people, of an adolescent or young adult, including those in universities.”
 
“Because of the unique nature of a university campus setting, I think that there are very good and compelling reasons why broader policies and prohibitions on conduct in activities and in some instances speech are acceptable on a college campus level that might not be acceptable say in an adult work environment or in an adult situation,” Yaki said, noting that these students “don’t process [information] in the same way that we do when we’re in our late 20s and 30s.”            
 
In making these statements Mister Yaki probably doesn’t realize that he is seriously indicting the very foundation of the “right” to vote being given to 18 year olds.  He let the cat of the bag and admitted that the Democrats know how politically dumb their 18 to 24 year old voters are, but of course that is exactly why they are Democrat voters.  
 
There is, of course, no chance that the Ministry of Information will question this Democrat on whether he is saying college students aren’t smart enough to vote. Nonetheless, it is nice to hear of a Democrat speaking candidly and admitting what we already know.

Those on the Right have always thought giving 18 year olds the right to vote has caused major damage to America; now we know the Democrats agree.  
 
Source:   http://www.nationalreview.com/node/384653/print
 

How did the “Progressives” Empower Themselves at our Expense for Over 140 Years?

By Jerry Todd,  staff writer

A three-legged stool can always stand without wobbling – a solid foundation for good or evil. Addressing the 14th, 16th and 17th Amendments.

The Articles (7) and their clauses, the Bill of Rights (Amendments 1-10) are original to the Founders, Framers, and Ratifiers. The 11th and 12th Amendments serve to States’ protection. The 13th freed the slaves.

The 14th Amendment – This was the first of three Amendments that created the “progressive” three legged stool. The 14th was a mandatory ratification, a required condition before states were allowed reunification after the Civil War. Congress deliberately established federal supremacy. The 14th, 16th and 17th all go together creating a supreme federal “stool” (pun intended), departing from Inspired Design and destroying the sovereignty of the States with 3 words….”No State shall…”

The 13th and 15th freed the black slave and gave him the right to vote. The 14th made slaves of us all.

Our Creator endowed us with unalienable rights – man is not the grantor. The Constitution was designed as a Limiting Document. It was changed by the 14th. What was; The People Free > The States > The Federal goes upside down; The Federal > The States > The People Dependent.

The 16th Amendment through the privately owned Federal Reserve System gives the Federal Government the MONEY to usurp power from the states and the people. This 2nd leg creates money against new debt at arbitrary rates. Money created against debt is “TRIBUTE” paid by each and every man, woman, child and enterprise. It is the protein of federal growth and our meal of ‘bribery through compliance or the heartburn we suffer through behavior modification and social engineering.’ What they take with one hand, they give back only after we comply with their mandates, participate in their programs, or support by agreeing to their policies. It forces societal change without benefit of Constitutional Congressional oversight.
 
The 17th Amendment gives the Federal Government a Senate free of obligation to the States. Today’s Senators, no matter how great, are not obligated to serve the needs of the State that elected them. Once having served to lobby for the needs of the State Legislature, the 17th created a federal guarantee of political party ‘block and tackle.’ What was once a check and balance has become the dysfunction of D.C. Today’s Democrat-controlled Senate has over 140 job and economy bills submitted by the Republican House that Majority Leader Harry Reid has refused to put on the docket for debate, compromise and passage. This is the real reason Congress is held in such low esteem – wrongly blaming the House.
 
These 3 Amendments usurp the entirety of the Constitution. New House Majority Leader, Kevin McCarthy is in a position to save our Country – a very important power – THE POWER OF ONE… few ever realize we all have it, or sadly when they do, they do not use it with integrity. Truth will win, but after how much suffering?