Friday, February 12, 2016



Photo of Hillary accepting a check for $500,000 from Pakistanis in Beaumont, Texas Yesterday


Hillary Clinton made a campaign
stop yesterday in Beaumont, Texas.

Only six people were there to greet her. Her security detail outnumbered her supporters by quite a bit.

She wouldn’t talk, wave to or even acknowledge those there to greet her.

As bad as that is, it’s not the real story here.

The real story is who she took a private meeting with. After landing, Clinton headed off to a fundraiser in West Beaumont, where she was greeted by around 150-200 Muslims, most of whom were of Pakistani origin.

The event was held by Pakistani businessman Tahir Javed and Hillary raised approximately
$500,000 by pandering to Muslims, making it “one of the top five private fundraisers Clinton has had in this country.”

She’s bought and paid for by them.  You will not see it on national news but this is what is going on. Shelia Jackson Lee was there as well.



The New York Daily News responded to Donald Trump's win in New Hampshire.
The New York Daily News responded to Donald Trump’s win in New Hampshire.
The cover itself showed Trump with a white-painted face and huge red-painted lips drawn into a smile – akin to the Joker in Batman movies. And its headline, in all caps, blasted “Dawn of the Brain Dead.”
The subtitle read: “Clown comes back to life with N.H. win as mindless zombies turn out in droves.”


Thursday, February 11, 2016



Rachel Alexander

The mostly Islamic refugees fleeing oppressive regimes like Syria and Iraq are increasing, not decreasing, and it is starting to bring out strong opposition in the European countries they are fleeing to.  Considering how progressive European countries are, the situation must be really bad for these countries to start building fences like Americans do to keep illegal immigrants out.
Obama’s bumbling foreign policy in Iraq and Libya helped lead to this situation, creating power vacuums that allowed ISIS to make inroads there and then over to Syria. People began fleeing those countries last year and traveling to the European Union for asylum.
France and Germany have taken in about as many refugees as the U.S. Sweden and the UK have allowed in about half that number, and France about one-third. Over four million of the refugees are from Syria, about half of all the refugees, and about a million and a half are from Iraq. Turkey says it is at full capacity with three million refugees, mainly from Syria. Turkey is helping about 30,000 more on the Syrian side, but has not opened its border for them. Lebanon has taken in 1.2 million. 
The European Union's open-border Schengen agreement allows people to move freely within the EU, but countries are now making exceptions. Austria and Denmark have tightened up border checks, and Austria has built a fence along its border with Slovenia. Hungary built a fence on its border with Serbia, and in September began arresting refugees for criminal trespassing. Croatia has said it cannot take any more refugees and closed its border with Serbia last fall.
Finland blocked two of its border crossings with Russia to keep out any more refugees, and set up repatriation centers to house those who were not granted asylum. Denmark is considering a law that would let the government seize valuables from the refugees. Sweden has instituted border checks, unable to accommodate any more refugees. A homeless refugee camp in Calais, France, that has existed in various forms since 1999 has swollen in numbers to 3,000, despite the government’s attempts to shut it down over the years.
Several European leaders have said if they cannot control the massive migration, it will mean the end of Europe. Glenn Beck visited Europe recently and said it’s too late.
“This is not unique,” he told Megyn Kelly in an interview. “What's happening with Donald Trump is not unique. It is happening all over the West. The people of Sweden know, we are headed towards fascism. Because the government is not listening to the people. They are not doing things that are full of common sense. All of our vetting right now for these refugees that are being jammed down everybody's throat in the west, and I believe is a Trojan horse, is being jammed down the throats by the EU, the United States, and the U.N.”

Demonstrators across Europe are showing up in thousands to protest the refugees. On Saturday, as many as 8,000 rallied in Dresden, Germany, as part of the anti-refugee movement PEGIDA. The German acronym stands for “Patriotic Europeans against the Islamization of the West.” Up to an additional 3,500 counter protesters were also present.
Along with the refugees comes violence. In the Czech capital of Prague, a refugee center was recently set on fire with Molotov cocktails. On New Year’s Eve, there was an outbreak of attacks against women by refugees in Cologne. At least 120 women were robbed or sexually molested by around 1,000 young men. The city police chief Wolfgang Albers called it “a completely new dimension of crime,” and Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker said it was “monstrous.” The BBC reports that the men appeared to have specifically arrived at the area around Cologne Cathedral with the intention of attacking women. Similar attacks were reported in Stuttgart and Hamburg. Breitbart published the full list of 1,049 crimes that took place in Cologne that night.
The leader of Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel, has been reluctant to close the country’s borders to the refugees, no doubt due to concerns about looking xenophobic considering Germany’s Holocaust history. Germany took in 1.1 million refugees last year. Merkel has since backed down slightly, promising to expel the criminals and reduce the number of refugees allowed into the county. Who would have guessed the leader of Germany would sound like a conservative Republican on immigration?
Under Obama, illegal immigrant felons are frequently released right back into the population, or out on bail instead of being deported, where they often commit more crimes.
A teenage girl in Germany posted a video to Facebook expressing how afraid she and her friends have become about going out in public due to the refugees. She said they get viciously criticized by the Islamic refugees simply for wearing T-shirts. She asks, “Why should we, children, have to grow up in such fear?” She says the police won’t do anything, which is likely due to their fear of being labeled a racist.
Many of the protesters now carry signs that say “Keep rapefugees out,” a reference to the large numbers of rapes taking place. According to The Spectator, rapes by foreigners have been increasing in Sweden. However, Sweden has become so politically correct, The Spectator reveals, that police officers don’t dare release the ethnicity or nationality of suspects or risk being accused of being racist. The Swedish Democrats, which have become the main political party in Sweden opposing the refugees, are now the third-largest political party in Sweden.
The U.S. is likely headed in the same direction as Obama has welcomed the refugees here, and called for at least 10,000 more Syrian refugees over the next year. Texas has taken in more refugees than any state over the past three years, at least 7,200 over the last year or so, and last fall Republican Governor Greg Abbott finally told Obama the state would not accept anymore. However, about half of the states that have said they will not accept refugees actually have. Texas is currently embroiled in a lawsuit against the federal government over it.
The protests have begun here. A week ago, protesters gathered on the courthouse steps in Missoula, Mont., to express their opposition to creating an International Rescue Committee field office in the community. On Saturday, a group calling itself America First rallied at the Berks County Courthouse in Reading, Pa., to protest the Syrian refugees. They were confronted by two groups of counter protesters; one wearing black masks and a Latino group.
Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says Europe should reject the refugees. "This means turning boats around, for people coming by sea," he said in a speech last November. "It means denying entry at the border, for people with no legal right to come. And it means establishing camps for people who have nowhere to go." He said the decision "will gnaw at our consciences — yet it is the only way to prevent a tide of humanity surging through Europe and quite possibly changing it forever.” UKIP leader Nigel Farage praised his remarks as “heroic.”
It boils down to this: Society has become so politically correct that even though many of the refugees are radical Islamists, Western governments insist on bending over backward to accommodate them, to the detriment of their own citizens. Radical Islamists interpret the Koran to permit the sexual abuse of women. They insist that society conform its laws to their strict Sharia laws. This sets them up for conflict with the free world — especially when there are millions of them.
Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, a moderate Muslim and the son of Syrian immigrants, said the problem is not vetting the refugees. A resident of Arizona, he backs Governor Doug Ducey’s call to stop refugees from being settled there if they’re not going to be vetted. If the U.S. does not carefully vet the refugees — no easy task because many of them disguise who they are, including saying they are Christians — we can expect to go the way of Europe. Maybe then the border fence will finally be built, but it will be too late.

Monday, February 8, 2016

Texas’ primary election begins with early voting from Tuesday, Feb. 16 through Friday, Feb. 26. Election day is Tuesday, March 1.


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Texans for Fiscal Responsibility
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility today offered its endorsement to Ted Cruz in the 2016 presidential primary.

“Ted Cruz is a principled, commonsense conservative who has done in Washington precisely what he said he was going to do,” said Michael Quinn Sullivan, the president of TFR. “Ted Cruz has taken on the Washington establishment cartel of Democrats and liberal Republicans, unabashedly defending our constitutional liberties and promoting the principles of liberty.”

Texas’ primary election begins with early voting from Tuesday, Feb. 16 through Friday, Feb. 26. Election day is Tuesday, March 1.

"I appreciate the support of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. I'm committed to scrubbing the budget of unconstitutional spending to ensure taxpayer dollars are spent wisely," said Cruz. "No responsible parent would leave their children with hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt; we should not allow the government to do this to our children and grandchildren either. It’s time for Washington to tighten its belt – no more reckless spending or handing out favors to K-Street lobbyists while hard-working Americans are left to foot the bill."

In the open-seat election for the U.S. Senate, Cruz was not predicted to defeat his wealthy opponent in a multi-candidate primary. Yet Cruz won despite being strongly outspent and roundly attacked by the media and establishment pundits.

“Americans are tired of politicians who worm their way up to the seat of crony power in Washington, DC. People are looking for statesmen who will overturn that table and shine a light in the darkness that has engulfed our nation’s Capitol,” added Sullivan. "Ted Cruz and proven time and again that he isn't beholden to, or intimidated by, the paper tigers in the Washington cartel of influence peddlers and crony corporate subsidizers. As his record demonstrates over and over, Americans can trust Ted Cruz to do what he promises."

In considering the presidential candidates, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility compared the public statements and governing records of the candidates, as well as considered input from the grassroots organization’s subscribers. TFR is the largest grassroots organization in the Lone Star State focused on budget and governance issues.

“Republicans have an embarrassment of riches in this field of GOP presidential candidates, but Ted Cruz has demonstrated an unwavering loyalty to the principles of liberty embodied in our constitution. Texas taxpayers are strongly supporting Ted Cruz, and we’re honored to stand alongside them.”


Supreme Court of Texas, Place 3: Michael Massengale
Supreme Court of Texas, Place 9: Eva Guzman

Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2: Ray Wheless
Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5: Brent Webster

Bryan Hughes, SD 1
Brian Birdwell, SD 22
Brent Mayes, SD 24

Bryan Slaton, HD 2
Stuart Spitzer, HD 4
Cole Hefner, HD 5
Matt Schaefer, HD 6
David Watts, HD 7
Thomas McNutt, HD 8
Jess Fields, HD 14
Keith Strahan, HD 18
Terry Wilson, HD 20
John Keating, HD 33
Jay Wiley, HD 47
Larry Smith, HD 54
Molly White, HD 55
Philip Eby, HD 58
Brent Graves, HD 59
Mike Lang, HD 60
Read King, HD 64
Matt Shaheen, HD 66
Jeff Leach, HD 67
Scott Sanford, HD 70
Kyle Biedermann, HD 73
Josh Crawford, HD 81
Dustin Burrows, HD 83
Jim Landtroop, HD 84
Stephanie Klick, HD 91
Jonathan Stickland, HD 92
Matt Krause, HD 93
Tony Tinderholt, HD 94
William Zedler, HD 96
Bo French, HD 99
Rodney Anderson, HD 105
Pat Fallon, HD 106
Jonathan Boos, HD 113
Dan Morenoff, HD 114
Matt Rinaldi, HD 115
Kevin Robert, HD 126
Briscoe Cain, HD 128
Tom Oliverson, HD 130
David Palmer, HD 134
Valoree Swanson, HD 150

Regional Judicial Endorsements
David Schenck – 5th Court of Appeals, Place 7
Bud Wiesedeppe – 14th Court of Appeals, Place 2

Jim Pikl – 401st District Court, Collin County
Andrea Thompson – 416th District Court, Collin County
Wayne Mallia – 56th District Court, Galveston County
Brooke Allen – 348th District Court, Tarrant County
Patricia Bennett – 360th District Court, Tarrant County
Ted Cruz

Empower Texans / Texans for Fiscal Responsibility
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Sunday, February 7, 2016



Marco Rubio’s 7 Top Achievements in U.S. Senate

Following Rick Santorum’s inability to name a single achievement of
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
, the media sought to answer the question for themselves. Yet many reporters appear to have come up empty handed.

As The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza writes, a “major part of the problem is that Rubio doesn’t have all that many accomplishments in the Senate.”
“When Rubio is asked to name his single greatest achievement in the Senate, do you hear crickets?” tweeted the National Journal’s Ron Fournier.
Though Rick Santorum was unable to name the accomplishments of the man he just endorsed, there are indeed several accomplishments that are quite noteworthy. Below are a few of Sen. Rubio’s achievements that Rick Santorum could have identified on MSNBC this morning:
(1) The Rubio-Schumer Gang of Eight Bill

The Washington Examiner’s Byron York has described the 2013 Rubio-Schumer bill as Rubio’s “signature accomplishment.” Although Santorum seemed reluctant to mention it, Rubio’s immigration bill is probably the first accomplishment that comes to mind when anyone thinks of Rubio’s very brief career in the U.S. Senate.
Rubio’s immigration bill would have tripled the issuances of green cards, doubled the dispensation of foreign worker visas, and granted citizenship — and, thereby, welfare access and voting privileges — to illegal immigrants.
Reports ranging from the The National Review, to the Tampa Bay Times, to the Washington Post, to the New Yorker have all suggested that the Gang of Eight bill would have likely not passed the Senate if not for Sen. Rubio’s tireless efforts. Indeed, Rubio was the key salesman of the Obama-backed immigration agenda. As Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker reported at the time, Rubio served as “the Gang’s official ambassador to the right,” and was able to convince prominent conservatives to promote the open borders legislation.

Lizza wrote: “[Democratic Senator Bob] Menendez told me that Rubio’s role was to ‘work over the conservative universe, particularly the conservative opinion-maker universe,’ in order to ‘neutralize them’ and, in some cases, ‘proselytize them.’ Schumer said, ‘He’s the real deal.’”
Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin told Lizza, “[Rubio] has been invaluable… He’s willing to go on the most conservative talk shows, television and radio, Rush Limbaugh and the rest.”
Moreover, Rubio was also able to successfully strike down all conservative amendments to the Gang of Eight’s proposal.

As Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)
pointed out, ““Marco and Schumer" basically had a secret deal to block all amendments.” Indeed, Rubio joined Chuck Schumer in voting down an amendment offered by Sen. Thune, which would have required the completion of a double-layer border fence. He also successfully defeated an amendment offered by Sen. Vitter, which would require the implementation of an exit-entry tracking system in order to prevent foreign nationals from illegally overstaying their visas.
 (2) Obamatrade

Sen. Rubio cast the 60th and deciding vote to fast-track the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. By giving President Obama fast-track powers, Rubio essentially helped to ensure the passage of not only the TPP, but all subsequent trade pacts, which are now liberated from Senate filibuster, amendment process, and constitutional treaty vote.
This represents a significant legislative victory for the young Senator, who previously endorsed TPP and described Obama’s trade deal as the “second pillar” of a President Rubio’s three-pillar foreign policy strategy.
Moreover, Rubio was also successful in promoting foreign currency manipulation by helping to vote down a provision to crack down on the illicit practice that had been proposed by Ohio Republican
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH)
 (3) Blocking Curbs to Muslim Immigration

Rubio told Sean Hannity he’d “hate” to block funding for Obama’s refugees, and suggested that curbs on Muslim migration would be unconstitutional. This pro mass-migration offensive helped give
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI)
the space he needed to wave in a vast new group of Muslim migrants.
.Rubio further lent aid and comfort to Paul Ryan by joining a large group of Senators in voting down a proposal offered by Sen. Rand Paul to curb Muslim migration. Sen. Paul’s  amendment would have suspended visa issuances to more than 30 Muslim countries with active Jihadist populations.
Rubio has been one of the most ardent champions for increasing Muslim migration. The U.S. has admitted roughly 1.5 million migrants from Muslim countries since 9/11 on a permanent lifetime basis. Yet Rubio has sought to grow that number vastly. In 2015, Rubio introduced an immigration bill which would have allowed for an unlimited increase in Muslim migration.
(4) Enabling His Corporate Backers to Replace Americans With Foreign Workers
In 2015, Florida Disney laid off scores of Marco Rubio’s constituents and replaced them with low-wage foreign workers brought in on H-1B visas. However, before terminating their American employees, Disney forced Rubio’s constituents to train their lesser-skilled foreign replacements.
If Rubio had spent his political capital in 2013 trying to reform the H-1B program, instead of massively expanding it, he could have saved these careers of these Disney workers, instead of enabling their termination by leading the charge for more foreign workers. In 2013, Rubio’s aide even told Ryan Lizza that “There are American workers who, for lack of a better term, can’t cut it. There shouldn’t be a presumption that every American worker is a star performer. There are people who just can’t get it, can’t do it, don’t want to do it. And so you can’t obviously discuss that publicly because–.”
At this point another Rubio aide jumped in, asserting, “But the same is true for the high-skilled worker,” to which the first Rubio aide replied, “Yes, and the same is true across every sector, in government, in everything.”
Shortly before the Disney workers got the axe, Rubio introduced legislation in January of 2015 to massively expand the H-1B program. Rubio’s 2015 Immigration Innovation Act would have tripled the number of H-1B visas. Interestingly, the bill was endorsed by Disney’s CEO Bob Iger via his immigration lobbying group, the Partnership for a New American Economy. According to Open Secrets, the Walt Disney Corporation is one of Rubio’s biggest financial backers, having donated more than $2 million.  {Does this meet the definition of a whore?}
Unfortunately, Rubio’s success in protecting his corporate backers’ ability to increase their bottom line has gone virtually unreported in the corporate media. This perhaps explains why so few are able to list his Senatorial achievements.
For instance, Julia Preston of the New York Times has written multiple articles about the Florida Disney’s H-1B scheme. Yet Preston fails to mention the fact that Florida Senator Rubio introduced legislation to triple the H-1B program, nor does Preston like to mention that Disney is one of Rubio’s financial backers. To demonstrate, here are several stories in which Preston writes about Rubio’s corporate backer replacing Rubio’s constituents with H-1Bs, yet makes no mention whatsoever of Rubio nor Rubio’s H-1B legislation:
Pink Slips At Disney, But First Training Foreign Replacements
In Turnabout, Disney Cancels Tech Worker Layoffs
Lawsuits Claim Disney Colluded To Replace U.S. Workers With Immigrants
Disney Has No Comment On The Recent Reversal of Layoffs
Senator Seeks Inquiry Into Visa Program Used At Disney  [The Senator mentioned here in Preston’s story is Florida’s Democratic
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL)
. In contrast to Sen. Rubio — who provided cover to Disney’s cheap-labor practices by pushing to expand H-1Bs — Sen. Nelson joined
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
to propose legislation that would reduce the number of H-1Bs and eliminate visas for low-wage jobs. Preston’s story makes no mention of Sen. Rubio nor his desire to expand H-1Bs.] 
(5) Blocking Food Stamp Reform
In 2011, Marco Rubio voted against a Republican proposal which the Congressional Budget Office projected would save the U.S. government $10 billion by reining in the abuse of the food stamp program. The measure was backed by almost all Republicans and opposed by virtually all Democrats. The measure, as Sen. Jeff Sessions explained when he proposed it, would have eliminated what is known as the “categorical eligibility” for food stamps, which makes people “automatically eligible” to receive government benefits even if that household has “substantial assets.” Rubio was one of only seven Republicans to oppose the measure, but his no vote helped stall momentum for food stamp reform– which remains elusive.
Rubio’s campaign did not respond to Breitbart’s request for explanation as to why Rubio voted against the 2011 food stamp reform.

(6) Benghazi
As George Will pointed out, Sen. Rubio gave his “enthusiastic support of the Barack Obama/Hillary Clinton intervention in Libya.” Indeed, as the Washington Examiner wrote at the time in a piece entitled “Rubio takes the lead to support Obama’s war in Libya.”
“Rubio proposes that the Senate authorize the president’s use of force in Libya, and that the authorization state that the aim of the use of force should be the removal of the Qaddafi regime,” the piece said.
George Will notes that “Rubio supported this third adventure in regime change in the Muslim world since 9/11, perhaps on the principle that practice makes perfect.”
The destabilization and chaos that resulted from the overthrow of Qaddafi not only provided an operating ground for ISIS, but also provided the conditions that led to the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi.
(7) Worst Attendance Record
Reports note that Sen. Rubio has amassed one of the worst attendance records in the Senate, which is quite an achievement. The Washington Post writes, “Since the beginning of the year, Marco Rubio has cast votes about two-thirds of the time he could have — the worst attendance of any senator seeking a presidential nomination.” The Sun Sentinel editorial board noted, “Rubio has missed more votes than any other senator this year. His seat is regularly empty for floor votes, committee meetings and intelligence briefings. He says he’s MIA from his J-O-B because he finds it frustrating and wants to be president, instead…
 But two other candidates — Sens. Rand Paul and
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
— have missed only 10 Senate votes during their campaigns for the White House. You, on the other hand, have missed 59, according to a tally by Politico.” By contrast, Iowa’s Sen. Chuck Grassley set the record for the “longest temporal stretch of perfect attendance in senatorial history,” as Roll Call reported earlier this month. Roll Call notes that the Senator has “not missed a recorded vote in 22 years, six months and six days.”

Given the media’s reluctance to report on the young Senator’s achievements, it is perhaps understandable why Santorum was unable to identify any of Rubio’s achievements when put on the spot.
Although the media seems loath to report it, Sen. Rubio has been one of the most ardent and successful champions of the donor-class’s open borders trade and immigration agenda. While other establishment Republicans such as Jeb Bush,
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
, or
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
have been unsuccessful in promoting the donor-class’s priorities, Rubio has repeatedly demonstrated his adept ability to deliver for his donors — evidenced by his ability to win praise from prominent conservatives like Rush Limbaugh even as he pushes policies that Limbaugh and others have warned would wipe out conservatism.
This perhaps explains why Rubio’s campaign has been enthusiastically embraced by some of the most powerful mass migration advocates, like Paul Singer and Larry Ellison.




NYT Reporter Tweets Photo of Hillary Clinton Campaigning and Starts a Caption Contest. There’s a Reason Hardly Any Entries Are Glowing.

Feb. 6, 2016 8:40pm



  • New York Times political reporter Amy Chozick on Saturday tweeted a photo of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who’s on the New Hampshire campaign trail, and naturally started a caption contest.
    The photo shows Clinton in a restaurant, standing and smiling behind two little girls seated at a table. While one girl appeared cautiously calm as Clinton seemed to pat her head, the other girl was crying a river:
    As you can imagine, after Chozick opened up her caption contest, the vast majority of offerings were less than kind to Clinton:
    Image source: Twitter--

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