Thursday, April 4, 2013

Old Jarhead's Political SitRep for April 5, 2013

Old Jarhead's Political SitRep for April 5, 2013
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Robert A. Hall
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The Coming Collapse of the American Republic
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Important: N. Korea approves nuclear strike on United States
Excerpt: North Korea dramatically escalated its warlike rhetoric on Thursday, warning that it had authorised plans for nuclear strikes on targets in the United States.
"The moment of explosion is approaching fast," the North Korean military said, warning that war could break out "today or tomorrow". (This is getting a bit beyond saber rattling. ~Bob.)

Worth Reading: Krugman’s California Dreaming: He sees a renaissance attributable to the decline of the state’s Republican party. By Victor Davis Hanson
Excerpt: It is rare, even in the case of Paul Krugman, to read a column in which almost everything that is stated is either wrong or deliberately misleading. But his recent take on California’s renaissance is pure fantasy. I wish it weren’t. (Krugman is a Progressive Polemicist masquerading as an economist. ~Bob.)

Stockton’s Racket — And Ours: Now that cities are going bankrupt, the scam of government finances is being revealed. By Kevin D. Williamson
Excerpt: Pension-obligation bonds fall under a special class of idiocy. Municipalities with large unfunded liabilities for employee pensions wipe those obligations off the books by selling municipal bonds, investing the proceeds in stocks or other investments in hopes of earning a spread that will make the whole thing work out for them. Noted bond speculator Jon Corzine once called the maneuver “the dumbest idea I ever heard.” Make a note: Too stupid for Jon Corzine is a rarified kind of stupid.

Excerpt: People who ask how it is possible that a convicted killer — a participant in a failed plot to blow up a social dance attended by 18-year-old draftees and their dates; a murderess who abetted the cold-blooded massacre of three law-enforcement officers, including the first African-American on the Nyack police force; a woman whose actions left nine children fatherless and who has shown no genuine remorse for that — should be hired as an adjunct professor at an elite school like Columbia University haven’t been paying attention to what’s happened to our educational system from kindergarten to the university level, which has long been under the academic thumb of a Left that is comfortable supporting Islamic supremacists and anti-American terrorists both at home and abroad.

Chris Matthews:Only White Supremacists Are Guilty Of Racism
Excerpt: On his radio show, Rush Limbaugh was talking about Obama’s Easter Sunday pastor who called out the “captains of the religious right.” The preacher claimed that the (white) Conservative Christians want all the blacks to go to the back of the bus again, for wives to be relegated to the kitchen like they used to be and for the homosexuals to go back in the closet. He complained that those on the religious right are standing in the way of “progress.”(Perhaps he should look in the mirror. --JB)

Tension spikes over assaults on law enforcement officials
Excerpt: Law enforcement officials already on edge after the killings of two Texas prosecutors and a Colorado prison director got more reasons to worry Wednesday, as a West Virginia sheriff was fatally shot, and authorities in this northeastern Texas community said they arrested a local man for threatening another county official.

Intruder shot dead at home of rural Colorado prosecutor
Excerpt: An intruder who forced his way into the mountain home of a Colorado deputy district attorney was shot dead by either the prosecutor or her police officer husband, authorities said on Tuesday. (I don't know why they shot the poor guy. After all, they had already called 911. Liberals claim that's all you're supposed to do in situations like this, just call 911 and wait for the police to come and save you. And what were they doing with guns in the house? Don't they know those things are dangerous? – LLW)

Federal Prosecutor Withdraws From Texas D.A. Case Over Fears
An assistant U.S. Attorney is Houston has withdrawn from a major prosecution against the Aryan Brotherhood. The prosecutor, Jay Hileman, sent an email to one of the Brotherhood's defense attorneys, informing him that he was no longer on the case. It is widely believed that Hileman withdrew due to concerns and his and his family's security. 

Obama presses donors to help return Pelosi to Speakership
Excerpt: President Obama returned to the fundraising trail Wednesday night with an eye on winning a House majority next year, telling donors in California it would be a “whole lot easier to govern” if Democrats controlled both chambers of Congress. (Because then you could pass bills before finding out what was in them. ~Bob.) … “My intention here is to try to get as much done with the Republican Party over the next two years as I can, because we can’t have perpetual campaigns,” Obama said to about 100 supporters in the home of Kat Taylor and Tom Steyer. (On yet another fund raising tour of the Obama perpetual campaign. ~Bob.)
The Case for Across-the-Board Spending Cuts
Excerpt: America's fiscal problems are best addressed by a combination of tax reform and spending cuts to encourage economic growth.[1] The idea of cutting federal spending across-the-board is much maligned in Washington. Such cuts are often referred to as using a “meat ax,” as opposed to more carefully targeted cuts, which are compared to using a “scalpel.” Interest group pressure will weigh in against targeted cuts, however, and especially in our current divided government, across-the-board cuts are the only realistic way to cut spending.

Recasting Conservative Economics. By James C. Capretta
Excerpt: Americans overwhelmingly assign the political blame for the recession and its aftermath to former president George W. Bush and, with some help from the Democratic Party and the media, to "Republican economic policies." The danger for the GOP is that this perception will harden into a conventional wisdom that will be nearly impossible to reverse for many years. It is not hard to imagine a Democratic presidential nominee in 2024 or 2028 staking his candidacy in large part on the proposition that "my opponent wants to turn back the clock to the policies of George W. Bushpolicies that crippled our economy." If the popular understanding of what transpired from 2007 to 2009 continues to align with liberal talking points, such an argument could well prove effective. (I fear Progressive policies will make things so dire that by 2024 that the candidates will be local warlords with militarized gangs. ~Bob.)

Judges For Lax Border Security: The Ninth Circuit ignores 127 years of precedent allowing U.S. agents to search those trying to enter the country. By Roy K. Altman
Excerpt: On March 8, a federal appeals court stripped U.S. border agents of one of their most effective tools—the power to search, at random and indiscriminately, the thousands of computers that people bring into the country every single day.

Mayors for Illegal Activities: Another member of Bloomberg anti-gun group gets arrested. By Alana Goodman 
Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG) member and Spring Valley Mayor Noramie Jasmin was arrested yesterday for allegedly accepting bribes from an undercover FBI agent, as part of a wide-ranging federal corruption probe that netted six New York state politicians. (It’s “Demophobic” to criticize Democrats for what is a cultural thing with them. Of course, I’m guessing that most of these folks are Democrats. There are corrupt Republicans too. Fee in the cities, though. ~Bob.)

Rahm's Latest Union Beating
Excerpt: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel may have thought he bought labor peace when he agreed to a fat increase in teacher pay to settle a strike last year. Instead the Chicago Teachers Union is throwing massive resistance against his plan to close 54 under-used public schools. The closings are part of the city's attempt to address a budget gap projected to be $1 billion next year thanks to years of fiscal mismanagement. 

Obama’s Pay Cut from Morning Jolt By Jim Geraghty
President Obama has a net worth estimated between $2.6 million and $11.8 million; he makes $400,000 per year before taxes, lives rent free at the White House, pays absolutely nothing in official travel costs, and gets $169,000 to cover expenses, personal travel, and entertainment. The government pays for state dinners and other official functions, but the president pays for personal services like dry cleaning and food that he, his family, and personal guests consume. But he's giving up about $1,666 per month, so, hey. Shared sacrifice!

Graphic illustrating Obama’s pay cut

Capitalism's Corruptions: By Dan Henninger
Excerpt: Public relations for capitalists hasn't been so hard since Thomas Nast was caricaturing them in 19th-century America. The back wash of the 2008 financial crisis has put capitalist baiting back in vogue. The president of the United States got himself elected to a second term with a four-year assault on "the wealthiest" and the "well off." French President Nicolas Sarkozy attacked the "free-wheeling Anglo-Saxon model" of capitalism, so the French dumped him to elect an aggressive anti-capitalist. (Capitalism has given far more, many millions more, average people long, healthy and prosperous lives, compared to any other system. Naturally, Progressives hate it. ~Bob.)

Afghan Taliban kill 44 in suicide attack on courtroom
Excerpt: Nine Taliban suicide bombers killed themselves and 44 others on Wednesday in an attack on a courtroom in western Afghanistan where 10 of their comrades were on trial, a local official said.

Italy seizes record assets from wind farm tycoon
Excerpt: The Italian authorities have seized assets worth 1.3bn euros ($1.7bn: £1.1bn) from a Sicilian businessman involved in renewable energy.

Paging Lawrence Summers. By Jack Dunphy
Excerpt: “Absolutely it makes a difference,” says Laura Chick, formerly the city controller and a member of the city council. “Our brains are different. We have different perspectives.... There's something terribly wrong with this.” Ms. Chick’s assertion that women’s brains are different is well-grounded in science, but isn’t this the kind of talk that got Lawrence Summers neck-deep in the soup at Harvard back in 2005?

Excerpt: The screeching coming from CNBS and elsewhere this morning is amusing.
There’s only one chart that matters, and it will, when recognized, blow up the stock market — sending it down 50% or more. … And the ADP report this morning is showing the pathway to recognition, as construction has stalled and the destruction of job creation in small and mid-sized businesses exposed to Obamacare will finish it off. (America is coming off the rails. --Don Hank. Whenever I pass something like this to my investment advisor, I get a ton of projections and data I don’t understand or have time to read. But my gut tells me the future looks bleak. ~Bob.)

Excerpt: Authorities say the suspect, 25-year-old Jose Zarate, went to 31-year-old Maria Saucedo’s home around 9:30 p.m. Zarate reportedly wanted to take Saucedo’s 13-year old daughter to his home, presumably for sex. When she refused, an argument ensued and Zarate pulled out a rifle and shot her in the chest at close range — in the presence of the teen. (Notice that the victim had a Hispanic name. Most of the victims of black, Muslim and Hispanic murderers are their own people. ~Bob.)

Excerpt: As Senate Democrats struggle to build support for new gun control legislation, the American Civil Liberties Union now says it’s among those who have “serious concerns” about the bill.

Students Refuse To Be Victims. By Amanda Horne
Excerpt: Thirteen colleges in the United States comprising over thirty campuses permit concealed carry. Combined, these colleges have allowed concealed carry for a total of one hundred semesters. Since passing these measures, none have had a single incident of gun violence, gun accident or gun theft according to the website, Students for Concealed Carry. It should be noted that the definition of gun violence even includes threats made with a gun and suicides.

Rick From “Pawn Stars” Rants: Government is Destroying Us
Excerpt: “I truly believe that if government just stepped out of the way, we’d have a trade surplus, we’d be energy independent, we would have full employment, and there’d be so much money out there that basically like it used to be in this country, there would be charitable hospitals all over this country… I’m a total libertarian.”

After Obama: Republican or Democrat, our next president will be a budget hawk. By Victor Davis Hanson
Excerpt: We can imagine what lies ahead in 2017 — no matter the result of either the 2014 midterm elections or the 2016 presidential contest. There will be no more $1 trillion deficits. About $10 trillion will have been added to the national debt during the Obama administration, on top of the more than $4 trillion from the eight-year George W. Bush administration. That staggering sum will force the next president to be a deficit hawk, both fiscally and politically. (But probably too late to save the Republic. ~Bob.)

Excerpted from Police Commissioner Kelly’s remarks yesterday to the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network. By Raymond W. Kelly
Excerpt: African-Americans, 25 percent of the city’s population, made up 64 percent of the murder victims and 71 percent of the shooting victims last year.
African-American men aged 16 to 37, just 4 percent of the city’s population, comprised 40 percent of those murdered citywide; 82 percent of these young men were killed with a firearm. (Didn’t mention that the vast majority of the murderers were also black. The truth is racist, thus non-PC. ~Bob.)
Excerpt: The Nazi Aryan movement of the 30's and 40's was falsely based on the idea that the only hope for the world was for a "superior race" to take control of the world. This plague was based on the false assumption that one class of people are superior and need not prove it for it to be so. Sadly, for a century, many Americans also held this view about their fellow African Americans. In an ironic and strange twist of fate a huge swath of the American Black population seems to have adopted the Aryan philosophy. It seems that millions of Blacks today now believe that, just for the fact of being born Black, they are somehow immune from living within the rules of a modern civilized society. While 25% of Whites and Hispanics are one--parent families, we find that an astounding 75% of Blacks are one-parent families. These one parent families are almost certainly in poverty because two incomes will far more likely pull families from the depths of poverty to middle class status. (Race matters not at all, culture is everything. Unfortunately, the left has foisted a self-destructive, entitlement culture on inner city Americans, black, white and Hispanic, that is destroying them, the cities and the country. See Detroit. ~Bob.)

Excerpt: If you're a bright kid who wants to prepare for the 21st century workforce (PDF) by studying engineering at Purdue, the government will help your parents pay the $100,000 or so tuition tab with a 7.9% interest loan (plus 4% fees) that's likely to be non-dischargeable in bankruptcy and paid back with after-tax money. If, on the other hand, you want to buy a tricked-out $100,000 Model S, Tesla has teamed up with the government, Wells Fargo, and U.S. Bank on what it calls a 'Revolutionary New Finance Product' that enables those who play the game right to avoid paying sales tax, get the government to pick up the first $15,000 (no down payment needed!), and also receive a 2.95% bankruptcy-dischargeable loan for the balance, the payments for which could be tax-deductible. (It now appears that banks and gov are more interested in supporting green roadsters for the rich than higher education for our kids... You can also get an entire IT tech education for the $15,000 cash rebate they give away for "Green" cars. Green indeed. –Chris)

Toxic Government by Democrats: Minneapolis. By John Perazzo 
Excerpt: The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota—whose population is composed of 63.8% whites, 10.5% Hispanics, and 18.6% African Americans—has been governed exclusively by mayors from the Democratic Farmer Labor Party, the state affiliate of the Democratic Party, since 1978. As of 2011, the poverty rate in Minneapolis was 23.5%, more than one-and-a-half times the national figure of 15%. This differential is consistent with a longstanding, well-documented trend: Virtually all of America’s poorest cities have been led politically by Democrats for many years, even decades.

Chicago Running Out of Euphemisms. By Colin Flaherty
Excerpt: Pity the poor Chicago reporter. She is running out of ways to describe black mob violence without using the words “black mob violence.” Reporting on race is usually not a problem. Every day she writes about black caucuses, black churches, black police, black firemen, black schools, black teachers, black universities, black history, black music, black literature, black art, black television, and black radio. (Black mob violence drives away business and tourists, making life much tougher for the majority of decent black folks in the city. But trying to deal with it would be racist, so they have to suffer. ~Bob.)

Muslims mob attacks Francis Colony destroying Christian shops and Churches
Excerpt: Five Christians were injured with firing, more than dozen shops of Christians were destroyed and Churches were vandalized in Francis Colony in city of Gujranwala when Muslim mob attacked after calls from loudspeakers… (If Christians destroyed a mosque, there would be world wide riots over the Islamophobia. ~Bob.)

Surely the best way to meet the enemy is head on in the field and not wait till they plunder our very homes. –Oliver Goldsmith

ICE Council President: Administration and Congress Doing Nothing to Address Cartels, Criminal Aliens in Immigration Debate
Excerpt: "We aren't even scratching the surface on the criminal illegal alien problem in the United States," Crane said. "That part [cartels] is absent from this discussion as are many parts of this....we know that the drug cartels, that the lieutenants and the troops, the soldiers, they're all within the interior of United States and they're all conducting business as are many other criminal elements and criminal individuals. 

Obama pushes the housing market into full blown socialism
Excerpt: Barack Obama is no stranger to hypocrisy and he clearly knows how stupid his base is. …They certainly won’t remember what he said last year, so Obama zombies, pay attention. Last year the Obama regime basically extorted a settlement from large banks in a mortgage deal. As noted by Investors, Obama blamed everyone except for the real culprits.

'Fast And Furious' Called False Flag Against Gun Dealers: Author says government's actions are 'comparable to U.S. funding al-Qaida'
Excerpt: In an interview with WND, she asserted that the Obama administration intentionally orchestrated a “false flag” against lawful gun dealers, the U.S. Border Patrol and Mexican citizens to give cause for more gun regulation. “This is a situation where the government was creating a situation where they could blame law-abiding citizens, turn them into criminals and creat[e] this false problem that they could solve through gun regulation,” Pavlich said. Pavlich compares drug cartels to terrorist groups like Hezbollah, and new reports say the groups actually are linked.

Cost Of Food Stamp Fraud More Than Doubled In Obama’s First Term
Food stamp fraud has more than doubled since Barack Obama took office in 2009. In 2011, according to the USDA, food stamp fraud was approximately $750 million. The type of fraud noted was derived from selling Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to food retailers for cents on the dollar.

'They stole our dreams': blogger reveals cost of reporting Mexico's drug wars. Exclusive: Anonymous author of celebrated Blog del Narco speaks for first time about the risks – and reveals she is a woman
Excerpt: Blog del Narco, an internet sensation dubbed a "front-row seat" to Mexico's agony over drugs, has become a must-read for authorities, drug gangs and ordinary people because it lays bare, day after day, the horrific violence censored by the mainstream media. The anonymous author has been a source of mystery, with Mexico wondering who he is and his motivation for such risky reporting. Now in their first major interview since launching the blog, the author has spoken to the Guardian and the Texas Observer – and has revealed that she is, in fact, a young woman.

Dementia Care Cost Is Projected to Double by 2040
Excerpt: The most rigorous study to date of how much it costs to care for Americans with dementia found that the financial burden is at least as high as that of heart disease or cancer, and is probably higher. And both the costs and the number of people with dementia will more than double within 30 years, skyrocketing at a rate that rarely occurs with a chronic disease.

Identities of the rich who hide cash offshore; Offshore financial industry leak exposes identities of thousands of holders of anonymous wealth from around the world
Excerpt: Millions of internal records have leaked from Britain's offshore financial industry, exposing for the first time the identities of thousands of holders of anonymous wealth from around the world, from presidents to plutocrats, the daughter of a notorious dictator and a British millionaire accused of concealing assets from his ex-wife. The leak of 2m emails and other documents, mainly from the offshore haven of the British Virgin Islands (BVI), has the potential to cause a seismic shock worldwide to the booming offshore trade, with a former chief economist at McKinsey estimating that wealthy individuals may have as much as $32tn (£21tn) stashed in overseas havens. (The rich can always hide from the tax man, and the poor collect from the government. Increased spending comes out of the chumbolones in the middle. Likely that includes you. ~Bob.)

Flights to cost more for overweight passengers
Excerpt: Overweight passengers flying with Samoa Air will be charged more for their seats. Samoa Air is the first airline to start a “pay as you weigh” plan, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. The chief executive of Samoa Air, Chris Langston, called his company’s plan the “fairest way of traveling.” (Flight costs go up by weight. Should the skinny pay more than it costs to fly them subsidize the obese? ~Bob.)

While far too late, the Obama administration may be adopting a sensible policy on Syria. The strategy, however, is unlikely to succeed. Oh, and there is also a very important clue—I think the key to the puzzle—about what really happened in Benghazi.

Welcome to 2013. … A tiny totalitarian regime is threatening the United States with nuclear attack, and the president has barely spoken on the matter since the threats were made. It isn’t hard to imagine how other presidents would have reacted differently.

Obama Admin: No Clue If Border Secure: Lawmaker slaps DHS: 'I'm sorry it's difficult, but that's their job'
Excerpt: Shortly after taking office, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced that the old “operational control” method of evaluating border security was “archaic” and that the Department of Homeland Security was developing a much more accurate system known as the Border Condition Index, or BCI. The House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security recently held hearings to learn about the BCI, but was stunned by the testimony of DHS official Mark Borkowski.

To Ta-Nehisi Coates, Dr. Carson Is Just Another Sambo Doll
Excerpt: Note that Coates does not dare compare Carson to those whom liberals have chosen to speak for black voters, few of whom could survive politically without gerrymandering.…That Coates would mount this attack on April 4th, the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., is offensive but not shocking. … To them, Dr. Carson is to be condemned for the color of his skin, not by the content of his character or the power of his words.

FBI Documents Connect Aryan Brotherhood With Mexican Cartels
Excerpt: News coverage of the assassinations of Kaufman County, TX Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse, District Attorney Mike McLelland, and McLelland's wife Cynthia has turned to the alleged involvement of a group named the Aryan Brotherhood … The AB, even if involved at all, however, may have been motivated not by a "white supremacist” philosophy, but rather by something more mundane. Evidence suggests that the Aryan Brotherhood has morphed into what is primarily a drug-trafficking gang,…

Illegal Immigrant’ No Longer an Acceptable Term—It’s Hurtful
Excerpt: Sometimes, I feel as though I’m in an episode of The Twilight Zone, mixed with a twisted Groundhog Day, being forced to suffer some kind of eternal punishment. I wake up, I turn on my computer, and I read some news story about some supposedly amazing social project upon which Liberals are working; or some new rule dictated by the leaders of the Left; or even a surprise attack on someone in the Conservative community for saying something that runs afoul of Liberal constitutions–by which I mean their sensibilities, not the actual Constitution; because we know they don’t have any regard for that. (I prefer “Free Range Democrats.” And murderers are offended by that term. The PC term is “Very Late Term Family Abortion Providers.” ~Bob.)

Obama: Constitution ‘Constrains’ Me
Excerpt: But on Wednesday, President Obama took his gun control push a step further: He admitted that only the Constitution stands between him and full gun confiscation.

Anti-missile batteries being sent to Guam
This is extremely disturbing news. Without even conducting environmental impact studies, the Obama administration is recklessly sending anti-missile batteries to Guam, completely ignoring the concerns Congressman Hank Johnson (D-Ga) has about the island tipping over. - LLW
He said that Guam was like a three legged stool made of coral. ... he truly believed the island could tip over (because it's happened so many times ...

Human flesh included in health capsules
The Korea Customs Service has found, among others, human flesh capsules making their way through the customs office of Incheon International Airport. As much as 468 kilograms of such illegal products were found in 1,715 instances. Aside from the human flesh capsules, there were products containing items from scarecrows and toads, not to mention those from dogs. The human flesh capsules are believed to have been made from dead infants. (Yup! Mustangs and now humans….Barb.)

North Korea moves missile with 'considerable range' to coast, says Seoul
Excerpt: South Korea's defence minister has confirmed that Pyongyang has moved a missile with "considerable range" to its east coast, but said there were no signs that North Korea was preparing for a full-scale conflict despite the continuing standoff. The confirmation from Kim Kwan-jin came hours after North Korea's military announced it had been authorised to attack the US using "smaller, lighter and diversified" nuclear weapons.

Tension climbing to unprecedented level: USFK chief
Excerpt: Gen. James Thurman, commander of the United States Forces Korea (USFK), said Wednesday that the current situation on the Korean Peninsula is unprecedentedly volatile and dangerous. Thurman, concurrently the commander of the United Nations Command here, said he worries about a worst-case scenario in which the North’s elite, including its leader Kim Jong-un, could make erroneous calculations and ill-fated provocations.

Cancer clinics are turning away thousands of Medicare patients. Blame the sequester.
Excerpt: Cancer clinics across the country have begun turning away thousands of Medicare patients, blaming the sequester budget cuts. Oncologists say the reduced funding, which took effect for Medicare on April 1, makes it impossible to administer expensive chemotherapy drugs while staying afloat financially. … After an emergency meeting Tuesday, Vacirca’s clinics decided that they would no longer see one-third of their 16,000 Medicare patients. (We’ve got money for Hamas, money for jets for the Muslim Brotherhood, and money so the Obama kids can take back to back luxury vacations beyond the pockets of the 99%, but none for cancer patients. ~Bob.)

Chaffetz: Children crossing border after school ‘worst thing I’ve seen’
Excerpt: According to Chaffetz, the “worst thing” he saw was young children leaving school and crossing the border back into Mexico to return home.

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