Obama’s radical adviser, Dem congressman attack environmental expert

Opinion by Kay B. Day

Rep. Grijalva
Featured Photo: Rep. Grijalva (D-Ariz.) is launching an attack investigation on an environmental expert who largely agrees with the status quo global warming industrial complex. The expert disagrees on approaches to dealing with the impact of warming. (US taxpayer funded photo at US House)

The secretive, militant global warmist complex is attacking an environmental expert, and media are ignoring the assault.

President Barack Obama’s radical science adviser John P. Holdren and Democrat congressman Raul Grijalva (Ariz.) who is as far left as left can go have both criticized Roger A. Pielke, Jr. for his statements about environmental matters. Now Grijalva is launching an “investigation.”  Continue reading Obama’s radical adviser, Dem congressman attack environmental expert

Ivy Leaguers, gang members, and child killers fled US to avoid prosecution

FBI Top Ten Most Wanted as of Feb. 24, 2015
FBI Top Ten Most Wanted as of Feb. 24, 2015

Federal authorities have multiple sites with pages like those ‘Most Wanted’ fliers hanging on Post Office walls.

The FBI’s ‘Ten Most Wanted’ list reads like pulp fiction. Ivy League graduates, gang members, and child killers all fled the US to avoid prosecution.  Continue reading Ivy Leaguers, gang members, and child killers fled US to avoid prosecution

McConnell has every right to go nuclear on DHS funding bill

Sen. McConnell message DHS funding
Featured Image: Snip from Sen. Mitch McConnell’s web page explaining why a federal judge blocked the president’s illicit action on amnesty.

Commentary by Kay B. Day

Republicans in the US House of Representatives passed a bill to fund the Dept. of Homeland Security, even increasing some funding. By now, if you’re not living in the wild without access to news, you know Democrats in the Senate refuse to even debate the bill.

Why the repeated filibusters?   Continue reading McConnell has every right to go nuclear on DHS funding bill

Ten important questions gossipmonger media refused to ask politicians

Solidarity Center funding
The Solidarity Center began to receive federal funding paid by US taxpayers during the administration of President Bill Clinton (D) to organize workers in other countries. (Snip: Solidarity Center annual report)


Analysis by Kay B. Day

Gossip-monger media continue to focus on natter, launching ‘gotcha’ questions at potential presidential contenders:  Does Wisconsin governor Scott Walker think President Barack Obama is a Christian?

As they say in the twit-sphere, you can’t make this stuff up.

DHS video hoodie
A video promoting the DHS ‘See Something, Say Something’ initiative stereotyped the hoodie. (Snip: DHS video)

I’ve written about elections, politics, and government for years, and one thing that frustrates me most is legacy media’s refusal to ask hard questions about policy, legislation, executive actions, and administrative level regulations that often circumvent legal legislation.

Here’s a 10-question sampler of questions that should have been asked. The list could easily top 1,000. These are issues I covered but legacy media mostly ignored. Source links follow each question.   Continue reading Ten important questions gossipmonger media refused to ask politicians

Extremism summit: The problem is white supremacism

Twitter Haroon Moghul tweet
Snip from Twitter feed of Haroon Moghul, a PhD candidate at Columbia University.

Opinion by Kay B. Day

Based on a claim by an attendee at President Barack Obama’s extremism summit, we’d best beware those rightwing extremists: “Most extremism in the US is white supremacism.”

And don’t you know all the world’s ills are because of European colonialism?

From a CNN segment on Friday morning to remarks on Twitter and essays at international media websites, pundits are setting up a propaganda platform asserting Islamophobia is rampant in the U.S. and whatever is wrong in countries is the Mideast and North Africa is not attributable to anything but oil.  Continue reading Extremism summit: The problem is white supremacism

President and politicos hide impact of crime by foreign nationals

Victims of Crime
The Foreign National Crime Information Center [http://www.fncic-voiacm.org/statistics.php] maintains a database of known crimes committed by foreign nationals and a Web page honoring their victims.
Opinion by Kay B. Day

There is a dangerous lack of transparency in the administration of President Barack Obama regarding foreign nationals who commit crimes against citizens and legal immigrants. The transparency has been so thoroughly trashed the government chose not to include details about how a Customs and Border Protection agent died.   Continue reading President and politicos hide impact of crime by foreign nationals

Suspect in Jacksonville “disrespect” shooting designated as ‘Immigration Hold’

Chris Butler, JSO presser 'disrespect' shooting
Featured Image: JSO’s Chris Butler provided information about a “disrespect” shooting in Jacksonville by a suspect who has an immigration hold. (Snip from JSO video)

When officers with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (Fla.) responded to a call on Sunday, they arrived at a residence on the city’s westside to find a victim who was “lying on the ground, unresponsive…suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.” The investigation revealed “disrespect” was the reason for the violence.   Continue reading Suspect in Jacksonville “disrespect” shooting designated as ‘Immigration Hold’

Federal ruling: Legal victory for global warmists helped upend Obama amnesty

Analysis by Kay B. Day

The White House
White House photo/US Government

It is the height of irony when a court case won by the global warmist movement upends another progressive initiative. Such is the case with a ruling on the Department of Homeland Security’s program, Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA).

How the two rulings converge is an interesting tale, but first you have to get the basics.  Continue reading Federal ruling: Legal victory for global warmists helped upend Obama amnesty

Grave of Hitler youth leader in Kroev still draws pilgrims and critics

Hitler Youth
The Nazi regime invested much effort in generating support among youth. This image, taken between 1933 and 1945, is from the German Federal Archives; photographer Hamann, via Wikipedia.

Although the National Socialist German Workers Party suffered an overwhelming loss in World War II, the political movement has sympathizers today. In modern times, there is perhaps no other regime that so successfully rendered the individual to the level of a speck of dust—the state was all powerful and blind faith in the Nazi regime was akin to a religion. Youth were a major force in the movement.

Now a story about the grave of Hitler’s one time youth leader Baldur von Schirach is rippling like a small wave across message boards.  Continue reading Grave of Hitler youth leader in Kroev still draws pilgrims and critics

Nonprofits supporting Democrats’ anti-DHS funding efforts have skin in game

U.S. Capitol; Carol M. Highsmith
U.S. Capitol Building by Carol M. Highsmith/U.S. Library of Congress Digital Collection

The battle continues over H.R. 240, the bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives to fund the Department of Homeland Security. Minority leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) lined up Democrat-allied nonprofits in an effort to kill the bill.

Democrats, perhaps feeling the sting of the loss of absolute power, and progressive leaders in the Senate have successfully blocked the bill, even shutting down any debate. It is obvious Democrats do not want Americans to know why they are blocking a bill that is in many ways liberal.

A number of the nonprofits listed on Pelosi’s page have skin in the game, courtesy of the U.S. taxpayer.   Continue reading Nonprofits supporting Democrats’ anti-DHS funding efforts have skin in game

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