Matthew McConaughey on the Second Amendment: ‘Let’s Forget That Right’

Then he delivered the clincher by saying, “It’s like my feeling about gun control: ‘I get it. You have the right to have guns. But look, let’s forget that right. Let’s forget the pleasure you get safely on your range, because it’s in the wrong hands in other places.'”

via Matthew McConaughey on the Second Amendment: ‘Let’s Forget That Right’.

Nah. Let’s forget you, instead.

I refuse to give up any right because it is misused by others. You and others of your kind say stupid things in public, should we forget about the 1st Amendment to prevent that? Should people with more than three brain cells left be told what they can and cannot say because people like you exist out there?

Hillary Clinton Just Uttered the DUMBEST Words Ever, and She’s Going to Regret Them

Mad World NewsHillary Clinton Just Uttered the DUMBEST Words Ever, and She’s Going to Regret Them.

At this point… where to start?

OK… so, may I ask… why do we keep having to raise the minimum wage if raising it works so well? Could it be because the prices keep going up and eventually the raised minimum wage isn’t enough so we raise it again and it’s fine until the prices go up so we raise it again and it is fine until the prices go up….

Do we see this constant, never ending cycle?

Have we forgotten that things like wages and bills etc. are figured into the price of goods?

Businesses and corporations don’t create jobs?

So, first you didn’t build it, and now businesses don’t create jobs.

What parallel universe is this?

What does create jobs? The constant raising of the minimum wage? The morning after pill? Obamacare? Illegal immigration? Really, I’m curious. How are jobs created if not from businesses and corporations?

Outrage After Teacher Tells Students to Report Contents of Family Medicine Cabinets

Parents of some junior high school students  are outraged after a teacher gave their kids an assignment that seriously invaded their privacy, without even notifying them.

According to Fox 13 Salt Lake City, a “health” teacher at Mapleton Junior High in Utah have student a “homework” assignment to raid the family’s medicine cabinets and report back to her with the contents therein.

The assignment was made public by parent Onika Nugent, who posted it to Facebook and sent a note to both the teacher and principal, in which she said “Although it may be a good idea for parents to do an inventory of their medicine cabinet, I believe it is inappropriate for students to counsel their parents, or report to the school what that inventory is. It is a complete invasion of privacy.”

The administration claims they were “blindsided” and that they had no idea of this assignment. Um, ok.

Many parent were concerned that the assignment was part of the national “Common Core” curriculum that is angering parents nationwide, and on which Top Right News has extensively reported.

The local media and administration said it was not Common Core and just some rogue teacher, and that parent’s “minds were put at rest”.

Don’t believe it. One of the key tenets of Common Core is intrustive data collection — what families eat, what are their parents’ political views, do they own guns — all have been asked of children in Common Core programs across the nation. It seems highly unlikely this teacher could have created this slick form on her own, without outside help, and further investigation is call for:

Outrage After Teacher Tells Students to Report Contents of Family Medicine Cabinets | Top Right News.

Obama Claims Executive Privilege Over 15,000 Fast and Furious Docs

The Obama administration is claiming executive privilege over more than 15,000 documents related to Operation Fast and Furious, including correspondence between Attorney General Eric Holder and his wife, according to records received Wednesday night by the watchdog group Judicial Watch.

Last month, a federal judge ordered the Justice Department to release to Judicial Watch the list of documents, known as a “Vaughn index,” that it is withholding from the public, calling its requests for further delays “unconvincing.”

The 1,307-page Vaughn index lists 15,662 documents related to Operation Fast and Furious that the Obama administration is asserting executive privilege over—the first time that full list and description of the records has been released.

According to Judicial Watch, the withheld documents include communications between top officials at the Justice Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), as well as with the United States Ambassador to Mexico.

The Obama administration is also asserting executive privilege over nearly 20 emails between Holder and his wife Sharon Malone.

“Obama’s executive privilege claims over these records are a fraud and an abuse of his office,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in a statement.  “There is no precedent for President Obama’s Nixonian assertion of executive privilege over these ordinary government agency records. Americans will be astonished that Obama asserted executive privilege over Eric Holder’s emails to his wife about Fast and Furious.”

Judicial Watch also says the Justice Department is asserting privilege over publicly available press clips, letters from Congress, and inter-agency communications that would normally be subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

“Few of the records seem to even implicate presidential decision-making and advice that might be subject to President Obama’s broad and unprecedented executive privilege claim,” Judicial Watch said in a press release.

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Justice Department in September 2012 for documents the department was withholding from Congress related to Operation Fast and Furious, where federal agents allowed thousands of guns to cross the border and fall into the hands of violent drug cartels.

Hundreds of those of those weapons have since turned up at crime scenes, including the 2010 murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry and a 2013 shooting in Phoenix, Arizona.

Obama Claims Executive Privilege Over 15,000 Fast and Furious Docs | Washington Free Beacon.

He Wore a Navy SEAL Trident Without Earning It and Now He’s Running For Congress

James Kimber, a Democratic congressional candidate for California’s 50th district, wore a U.S. Navy SEAL trident for more than a year without ever completing the training for the elite force.

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Kimber served more than 20 years in the Navy, but the “unearned trident” incident nearly cost him his career.

The SEAL Trident is a coveted piece of military insignia that is highly recognizable; it includes a golden eagle holding a Navy anchor, a trident and a flintlock-style pistol. It is only issued to officers and enlisted service members who complete the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training -- a 6-month course held at the Naval Special Warfare Training Center in Coronado, CA. (Image source: Shutterstock)

The Navy SEAL Trident is a highly recognizable and coveted piece of military insignia that includes an eagle holding a Navy anchor, a trident and a flintlock-style pistol. It is issued only to officers and enlisted service members who complete the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training, a six-month course held at the Naval Special Warfare Training Center in Coronado, Calif. (Photo credit: Shutterstock)

The newspaper reported that Kimber started SEAL training at the Naval Special Warfare Training Center in Coronado, California, in 1990, but hurt his back during an obstacle course exercise. According to the Union-Tribune, “He remained at the base for several months, and was eventually assigned to the guided-missile frigate Reid.”

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James Kimber while he was an enlisted Navy member. (Image source: Kimber for Congress)

A source familiar with the case told TheBlaze Kimber didn’t take the trident off until he was “called out” by SEALs who questioned his timeline.

“The SEALs showed up to the ship and started questioning his story and brought it up to the captain,” he said.

Kimber, who now works as a physician’s assistant, acknowledged to the Union-Tribune that the ship’s captain brought him before the crew and reprimanded him.

“I know this is a big thing and I am very sorry,” said Kimber, who was 32 at the time. “I knew what I was doing, and it was a terrible mistake that I hope doesn’t negate everything else I have done in my life and what I am doing now.”

The SEAL trident is a highly recognizable and coveted insignia with a golden eagle holding a Navy anchor, a trident and a flintlock-style pistol; the badge is issued only to officers and enlisted members who complete the six-month Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training.

Despite the incident, Kimber eventually achieved the rank of senior chief before retiring in 2002. He acknowledged that he thought the trident story would emerge during the campaign, and that he planned to address questions about it if it came up.

“I knew when I decided to run that this might come up, and said to myself that I would answer it if it did,” Kimber said. “It was more than 20 years ago and it was a horribly embarrassing and stupid thing to do … fortunately, I was able to finish my Navy career.”

He Wore a Navy SEAL Trident Without Earning It and Now He’s Running For Congress | TheBlaze.com.

The Marysville School Shooter and His Bizarre Twitter Feed

Jaylen Fryberg, the Marysville-Pitchuck High School freshman who walked into his school’s cafeteria this morning and killed at least one of his classmates along with shooting 4 others, was obviously deeply disturbed and troubled if his Twitter feed is any indication.

Jaylen appears to have been going through a break-up with a girl according to his social media account. Two separate tweets read: “Your gonna piss me off… And then some shits gonna go down and I don’t think you’ll like it…” In his very next Tweet he typed, “Your not going to like what happens next.”

Jaylen seemed to be talking to a girl in many of his Tweets. He ranted about heartache, anguish, and sex.

The Marysville School Shooter and His Bizarre Twitter Feed.

So, basically, another one who shot up people because he can’t get laid?

That’s not normal.

But we’ll blame the gun.

New Evidence in Fast and Furious Scandal Reveals Why Eric Holder and Valerie Jarrett Should Both be in Jail

Buried deep in the 1,000-plus pages of records secured by Judicial Watch was the fact that Jarrett, who many have said is as close to Obama as no other person on the planet, was brought into the fray to manage Holder’s lies about the gun-running operation.

From the Judicial Watch report:

The files received by JW include three electronic mails between Holder and Jarrett and one from former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke to Jarrett. The e-mails with Holder are all from October 4, 2011, a significant date because, on the evening of October 3rd, Sheryl Attkisson (then at CBS news) released documents showing that Holder had been sent a briefing paper on Operation Fast and Furious on June 5, 2010. The paper was from the director of the National Drug Intelligence Center, Michael Walther.

This directly contradicted Holder’s May 3, 2011 testimony to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, during which he stated that he, “probably heard about Fast and Furious for the first time over the last few weeks.” The October 4, 2011 date may also be significant because it came shortly after the August 30, 2011 resignation of U.S. Attorney for Arizona Dennis Burke and reassignment of acting ATF director Kenneth Melson to the position of “senior forensics advisor” at DOJ.

In June of 2012, race-baiting Eric Holder became the first sitting U.S. Attorney General to be held in contempt of Congress for his Fast and Furious lies, including when he testified that he denied knowledge of the operation. The vote was 255-67, with 17 Democrats crossing over to condemn Holder’s obvious lies.

New Evidence in Fast and Furious Scandal Reveals Why Eric Holder and Valerie Jarrett Should Both be in Jail.