Faux hate crimes: “sh*t that never happened land”

Language warning, of course.

She’s also a liberal, which makes this great. AND she calls out conservatives who are guilty of this, too! Great stuff!


Tucker Carlson Leaves Millennial Hyperventilating After She Tries Comparing Trump to Hitler…

She actually starts loosing her stuff around the five minute mark.

Source: Tucker Carlson Leaves Millennial Hyperventilating After She Tries Comparing Trump to Hitler…


Obama: Blame Second Amendment, Not Radical Islamic Terror

Obama said:

We are fighting terrorists who claim to fight on behalf of Islam. But they do not speak for over a billion Muslims around the world, and they do not speak for American Muslims, including many who wear the uniform of the United States of America’s military.

If we stigmatize good, patriotic Muslims, that just feeds the terrorists’ narrative. It fuels the same false grievances that they use to motivate people to kill. If we act like this is a war between the United States and Islam, we’re not just going to lose more Americans to terrorist attacks, but we’ll also lose sight of the very principles we claim to defend.

He then rejected the idea of scrutinizing Muslims more closely:

The United States of America is not a country that imposes religious tests as a price for freedom. We’re a country that was founded so that people could practice their faiths as they choose. The United States of America is not a place where some citizens have to withstand greater scrutiny, or carry a special ID card, or prove that they’re not an enemy from within.

Full article: Obama: Blame Second Amendment, Not Radical Islamic Terror

This is getting old, Barry. Seriously.

The countdown to his last day in office is in the sidebar to the right. It’s almost over.

Michigan lawmakers strike back: Jill Stein may be forced to pay for her ‘frivolous’ recount

Michigan lawmakers are considering legislation to discourage futile recount efforts by candidates who lose their election bids by an incontestable amount, forcing the candidate to foot the bill for the recount.

Introduced by Republican state Sen. Lisa Lyons (R-Alto) last week, the bill, H.B. 6097, would make a candidate who lost by more than 5 percent pay for the full cost of the recount for each precinct referred to (there are 6,300 precincts in Michigan) in his or her petition. The bill passed on a 5-3 vote in the House Elections committee Tuesday, and now moves to the state’s full House of Representatives for consideration.

Green Party candidate Jill Stein filed for a hand recount of all 4.8 million votes in Michigan (among others) in the Nov. 8 presidential election, citing unreliable voting machines and supposed irregularities.

According to the Detroit Free Press, current state law requires candidates who lose their race by greater than 0.5 percent to pay $125 per precinct for the recount, while the state pays for the rest. For Jill Stein, that meant a $973,750 check written to the state of Michigan. But the Great Lakes State is by no means coming out in the black on the deal, as the cost is expected to be as much as $12 million.

That leaves Michigan taxpayers on the hook for Stein’s political sideshow — a recount many feel she is not entitled to, given the margin of her defeat. Stein won a meager 1.1 percent of the vote in Michigan, finishing in fourth place — more than 2.2 million behind Donald Trump.

Full article: Michigan lawmakers strike back: Jill Stein’s may be forced to pay for her ‘frivolous’ recount

To be fair, if this passes, I don’t know that they’ll be able to send her a bill. But it should discourage this kind of thing in the future. We all know that she’s doing this for two reasons: first, the money, and second Hillary. Nothing she ever says is going to convince most of the country otherwise. But she got less than 1% of the vote, and wasn’t even on the ballot in many states (she was a write in candidate here in NC).

Of course you should be allowed to request a recount… within reason. Hillary should have the option to request a recount. She was close enough in many states, she was a viable candidate, and a recount could benefit her. Stein? Not so much. Her requests for recounts should have been thrown out. But Hillary made such a big stink about Trump accepting the outcome of the election that she couldn’t request recounts and come out looking clean. Here comes Stein. And it shouldn’t have been allowed.


Memphis, Nashville, Murfreesboro VA centers rank at bottom on VA’s 5-star scale

(Photo: Yalonda M. James, The Commercial Appeal)

Shortly after the latest interim director for the Memphis VA Medical Center arrived this fall, he didn’t hide the fact that Memphis is a “one-star facility,” among the agency’s worst performing centers in the nation.

While the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs does not publicly share its hospital performance ratings,  a list obtained by USA Today shows the Memphis VA center is not alone at the bottom of the ratings. Tennessee is a hot spot for VA medical centers rated only a single star on the five-star ranking used to guide improvements.

The Tennessee Valley Healthcare System with campuses in Nashville and Murfreesboro also rates only one star.

In contrast, the Mountain Home VA Medical Center in Johnson City is a four-star facility, based on more than two dozen measures of quality, ranging from hospital death rates to avoidable complications and patient satisfaction.

Both advocates and critics of the federal health care system for veterans point to leadership as a major factor in medical center performance. The Memphis center assisted more than 68,000 veterans last year while the Tennessee Valley System saw 96,600.

Full article: Memphis, Nashville, Murfreesboro VA centers rank at bottom on VA’s 5-star scale


Obama Says No Foreign-Planned Terror Attacks on U.S. in 8 Years. WATCH How Soldiers Respond

I think I see a slow clap in there.

Full article: Obama Says No Foreign-Planned Terror Attacks on U.S. in 8 Years. WATCH How Soldiers Respond. | Daily Wire

New Bill Would Allow ‘Gun-Free Zone’ Victims to Sue Business Owners

If you are a victim of a crime in a “gun-free zone,” a new bill from a Missouri lawmaker would allow you to sue the business that banned you from carrying a weapon for self-defense.

Rep.-elect Nick Schroer said his intent for this bill is similar to another he filed Thursday that would make it a hate crime to attack a police officer, firefighter or EMT because of their occupation. In both cases, the goal is deterrence.The proposal, known as House Bill 96, which would apply when a person who is authorized to carry a firearm, is prohibited from doing so by a business and is then injured by another person or an animal.

The left has long used the court system as a weapon against the right, suing its way to establish progressive legal precedents. Most recently, progressive anti-gun advocates backed the families in a lawsuit against gun manufacturer Remington for the Sandy Hook school shooting. The suit was dismissed because gun manufacturers are explicitly protected by law from being sued if their product is used in a crime. Do we hold Toyota liable for the damage resulting from a drunk driver behind the wheel of a Prius?

Full article: New Bill Would Allow ‘Gun-Free Zone’ Victims to Sue Business Owners | PJ Media

This might surprise you guys, but I’m not sure I can get behind this one.

The second amendment states that you have a right to bear arms. It doesn’t say you have an obligation to. If you choose to not have a gun, that is also your right. And if you are running a business, you should be allowed to say you don’t want guns in there.

Now, obviously, you have the right to take your business elsewhere. And I think that is where it should stop. If you choose to go someplace that doesn’t allow guns, then you are accepting the risk.

I understand you don’t always have a choice. You have to go to your kids’ schools and all. But it says “business owners.” Your kids’ schools are not a formal business, and I’m sure they would be exempt if this bill were to pass. Same with government buildings. They aren’t going to allow you to sue the government for being a gun free zone.

But I don’t agree with telling business owners how to run their business. They shouldn’t be blackmailed into doing something they don’t agree with. That stands for a lot of things, especially in recent years, but this is just another form of that. Either you want business owners to be allowed to stand up for their beliefs or you don’t.

And again, you have the right to take your business elsewhere if you don’t agree with that business owner. I usually do that now. But I am not going to sue them, either.