The media…is it fair?

CcmKujIWEAAScEQPlease let’s not all go battsh!t at once! Within the last obnoxious seven plus years the media has been so bad that new names have been accredited to it. How about the mainstream media? The drive by media? How about the lying media? Or simply just the overwhelming misrepresenting media or the misleading media?

Today I was at my Twitter account (public) to answer questions and the like insofar as I have some AWESOME followers at the site. And these people deserve an answers to their questions. So humbly I try.

That is when I noticed a question from a New York Times reporter that wiggles her way into the current campaign. Get this one: 3 million fewer Democrats have voted in the first 15 states compared to 2008, while the GOP turnout has surged. What role has media played in fueling GOP turnout, tamping down Dems’? Signs of Turnout Trouble.

As for me gang, I almost puked right on the spot! Consider if you will how CNN got its name as the Clinton News Network. Furthermore, let’s just look at the 2008 debate between Romney and Obama where Romney made tremendous strides in the need for a smaller government, tax rates, and the immigration problem. So in fact, much to the chagrin of those listening and watching the esteemed moderator cut him off!

Then when Obama in fact was misrepresenting the costs turned into taxes or subsidies she let him continue until Obama outright lied for the 20th something time when he again made law without conferring with Congress.

So, so sorry friends I am just flabbergasted right now. Lord knows that we try and use journalistic integrity here but when matters get so fouled up then it is my service to say something about it. Here are some of the collective responses:
• From a employee at MSMBC — Even MSNBC covered long stretches of his speeches
• From Politico — Donald Trump’s campaign reached out to Speaker Paul Ryan’s operation to chat
• From the NYT They have stirred the pot for sure! Trump got tons of free media for 6 months! But GOP will help: party crumbling & SCOTUS
• Media gave Trump a free platform & now he has emerged as a 21st century Birth of a Nation (Politico)

This is typical liberal bull squat! It certainly was not the media who cherished the notion that at least 17 GOP members along with many debates to cover. As I understand liberals they form (somehow) into these elitist individuals and through their blame and discontent cry, beg, filibuster, ad nauseumuntil the right leaning people just give in.

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Reform immigration and Visa Statutes

Reform immigration and Visa Statutes

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The San Bernardino shooters — Tashfeen Malik and her husband Syed Farook — emailed for several weeks before deciding to meet each other for the first time, according to Malik’s immigration file, portions of which were released today by the House Judiciary Committee.

Given the overall amount of terroristic attacks in this nation, how long and when is our government going to do something about this constant and reckless disregard of factual information?

The House Judiciary Committee investigates whether Malik’s visa was issued improperly. Chairman Bob Goodlatte says immigration officials did not do enough to screen Malik’s application and alleges that the passport stamps on Malik’s Saudi visa don’t prove she and Farook were in Saudi Arabia at the same time.

Malik, who was from Pakistan but had lived in Saudi Arabia, came to the U.S. last summer on a “fiancé” visa and later obtained a Green Card, U.S. officials have said. Malik married Farook, an American of Pakistani descent, in August 2014 and the couple had a baby six months before the Dec. 2 massacre that killed 14. Both died in a shootout with police afterwards.

dhs sealJust revealing this little portion of the released documents and information that is well-known to a majority of Americans — this entire notion of Malik, came to the U.S. last summer on a “fiancé” visa and later obtained a Green Card. This has set up a series of red flags that cannot be ignored by the following agencies: Department of Homeland Security, (DHS) United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement, (USCIS) always the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosive Devices (ATF), there are far more agencies but what does it matter ($$) if a person can obtain these credentials so easily.

Allow me to ask a question: How many of us were aware of a “Fiancé” visa when the term itself leads one to believe that these people were not married!

Please be advised that this writer has written about the costs of Visa lotteries (giveaways), and to be completely within the law, partners of same-sex marriage people are lined up and ready to get their papers, the same with illegal aliens, and any refugee or asylum seekers the world over.

Please if anyone from the named agencies happen to be reading, let’s cut to the chase and make you folks as safe as possible.

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Jose Diaz-Barajas, 49, was arrested at Rio de Janeiro’s Tom Jobim airport

Think..then thrice!

Think..then thrice!

Brazil arrested a suspected Mexican drug trafficker on his way to watch his national soccer team play in the World Cup. He bought a ticket under his name.

Jose Diaz-Barajas, 49, was arrested at Rio de Janeiro’s Tom Jobim airport last night as he boarded a plane to Fortaleza, where Mexico plays Brazil today, Luiz Cravo Dorea, head of international cooperation at the Federal Police, said. The world soccer governing body, FIFA, had informed police that Diaz-Barajas, who was accompanied by his wife and two children, held tickets, Dorea said. FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer declined to comment when asked by e-mail about its cooperation with the police.

“Barajas was one of the most sought traffickers in the United States,” Dorea told reporters in Brasilia. “He will remain imprisoned in Rio until his extradition to the U.S. is determined.”
Since taking office in 2012, President Enrique Pena Nieto has succeeded in rounding up leaders of Mexico’s top drug cartels after drug-related violence left more than 90,000 dead or missing since 2006. They include Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, the world’s most-wanted criminal, and Miguel Angel Trevino, the head of the Zetas Cartel.

U.S. and international security agencies often beef up their presence in cities with large sporting events such as boxing and World Cup matches to nab kingpins who attend competitions, said Mike Vigil, a retired former head of international operations for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

“A lot of them are big sports fanatics,” Vigil said by telephone from Washington. “It’s a great time to apprehend these individuals.”

The Drug Enforcement Agency assisted in the arrest of Diaz-Barajas, said agent Joseph Moses, an agency spokesman.
Diaz-Barajas entered Brazil by land from Paraguay on June 11, according to the federal police. His arrest warrant was issued by Supreme Court Justice Marco Aurelio Mello, the police said in a statement.

Guzman, who gained fame after escaping from a high-security prison, built up the Sinaloa cartel, named after his home state, and is known for beheading enemies or hanging their bodies in public places.

Mexico’s government is also waiting for results of DNA tests that would confirm the death of Juan Jose Esparragoza, known as “El Azul,” the second-most-wanted leader of the Sinaloa cartel at large, according to a Mexican official who requested not to be named because the information is not public.

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Obama-era scandals litter the D.C. political landscape

While health care has dominated center stage, other Obama-era scandals litter the D.C. political landscape like wreckage from a 50-car pile-up.

According to top retired generals and other senior officers, the current commander in chief is waging a war of sorts against the U.S. military. The attack is playing out on multiple battle fronts, including the firing of close to 200 senior officers during Obama’s first five years in office – nine generals in 2013 alone.

Obama Oh pleaseSome retired generals are openly calling it a “purge.” Add to that the promotion of open homosexuality, women in front-line combat, suicidal rules of engagement, unwinnable counterinsurgency strategies, and, to top it off, increasing official antipathy toward God and Christianity, and you have a military in serious crisis. All manufactured in Washington – by Democrats.

coc_2There’s much more: America under Obama has no coherent foreign policy, resulting in this nation’s precipitous loss of power, influence and respect worldwide. Likewise, our national economy is being so abused by government borrowing and ill-considered Federal Reserve monetary intervention that the world is close to abandoning the dollar as its reserve currency – a huge loss to America with grave, if yet unseen, ramifications.

And of course, many government agencies are drowning in their own Obama-era scandals – from the Justice Department to the Internal Revenue Service to the National Security Agency to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

The good news is that the great illusion is evaporating. Nobody gets a “thrill up their leg” anymore when Obama speaks. Few Obama “true believers” remain. Mistrust is high. Just as in “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” America’s would-be monarch is now widely seen as he really is – a charismatic but immature, narcissistic and shockingly deceitful far-left agitator who somehow ended up in the White House.

It is heartbreaking for this proud American veteran to see what has been going on. Michelle Malkin was so unequivocally true with her best-selling book Culture of Corruption Obama and his Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies. Indeed what it is that makes the book and research so overwhelmingly incredible is when she wrote the book Obama would have been in his last months of campaigning.

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I’ve got a pen…and I’ve got a phone…

President Barack Obama predicts Congress will be busy this year debating a renewal of jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed and an immigration overhaul. But he says he wants his Cabinet also to focus on executive actions that do not require legislation.

“We are not just going to be waiting for legislation in order to make sure that we are providing Americans the kind of help that they need. I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone,” Obama said.

“And I can use that pen to sign executive orders and take executive actions … and I’ve got a phone that allows me to convene Americans from every walk of life,” Obama stated, according to Reuters.
He says he is “very pleased” that Congress has agreed on a $1 trillion budget measure and urges lawmakers to pass it promptly.

Calling for “all hands on deck” to assist the economy, President Barack Obama is urging his Cabinet to identify ways to keep his administration relevant to people struggling in the up-and-down recovery.

With two weeks left before delivering an economy-focused State of the Union address to Congress, Obama is picking up the pace of his jobs message and demonstrating how he can advance his economic agenda administratively and through his ability to coax action from important interest groups.

Please assure me that you are reading this stuff. What does he mean, “of his jobs message.” All we have ever heard and seen from this mental midget is a report ontimthumbo jobs, and of course his action of going against data and experts whilst reforming and/or disorganizing a welfare system used by preceding presidents and actually working.

“We’re not just going to be waiting for legislation in order to make sure that we’re providing Americans the kind of help they need. I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone,” Obama said Tuesday as he convened his first Cabinet meeting of the year. (In other words he is saying “my way or the highway” to Congress.)

In plain words this man is illustrating disrespect for Congress; the sooner Barack Obama is out of office is the sooner our job market will begin to turn around. Ask yourself a question or two: What has this conceited and egotistical person done with regarding the coal industry? (Over 67 percent have been laid off with no expectation of ever returning.)

We still wonder how (legally, or otherwise) how this arrogant person won his bid for re-election. This is another attempt to get people to look at the horror of politics; moreover, how stupid this country is in re-electing him.

This individual, Barack Obama, has to have the highest “father issues” ever rated by a public official. Again he is using his politics over people strategies that like ObamaCare, energy policies, and immigration reform simply does not think in terms of “what if” or until the end of his presidency.

What else could he possibly mean, “providing Americans the kind of help they need…”

Obama continued: “And I can use that pen to sign executive orders and take executive actions and administrative actions that move the ball forward in helping to make sure our kids are getting the best education possible. We need making sure that our businesses are getting the kind of support and help they need to grow and advance, to make sure that people are getting the skills that they need to get those jobs that our businesses are creating.”

We feel that Barack Obama should remove himself from trying to secure various remedies. Seriously look at the plans that have materialized since he took office.

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Tell me…How does it feel…

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Do you feel any different?

Last night on Anderson Cooper they showed a drawing of what Trayvon and Zimmerman would have looked like if they swapped races. I couldn’t find that picture, but I found a similar one from another blog. Would this have made a difference in the verdict?

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Well, I’ll admit when I saw the image I had an immediate reaction. So yes I have my biases, we all do. You would be kidding yourself to say you have no biases whatsoever. The point is if whether one is letting those biases influence your decision making.

And the media’s reaction:

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That’s a little extreme…

But I want to hear from you guys; so do you feel any different?

We wish to thank the folks over at “The Reporter and the Girl” who is responsible for the majority of this post. What I really like and admire about this post is that 1. It conveys a message; 2. It is brief, yet contains everything

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one needs to put coherent writing together; 3. As for me it is just out right fun  — suggest you go over to the site to see the comments.  A well-deserved hat tip award!

It’s like we owe you something..!

It’s like we owe you something..!

I am writing this aside from American Age insofar as a few of my associates and colleagues that I work with daily do not feel the same manipulative bashing that we receive from time to time. In an attempt at full self-discloser I write this piece from my own will and cognizance.

This document needs to clarify that I don’t have anything against any illegal immigrant. I will not sit here and bash, bruise, or belittle anyone for the sake of wanting to have a better life. However, I do have trepidations which an individual seeks to obtain that better life.

la raza fistHowever, I am very compelled to write about special interest groups such as La Raza, MALDEF, as well as some of those representatives in both houses of Congress. As well as the despicable – outright deplorable nonsense that comes from Barack Obama’s insidious ways and other members of the executive branch of government that would have certainly called for impeachment of the bozo during the Founding Fathers’ time.

Please understand, or try to understand if this is possible for you. I am an American male, honorably discharged from our military during a time of war, and have since earned two Master’s degrees; one in which I fully intend on making it a Ph.D. I have spent more time in Central America including from El Salvador to Panama. Some of my greatest years have almost been spent in Mexico.

As a child my parents purchased land and a modest camper deluxe with endorsements from our landlord as well as many, many members of our community just south of Mazatlan. We applied for the appropriate documents (which all of our friends referred to as “papers.”) The thing I remember most about these times was how long it took corresponding with the Mexican maldef_wallauthorities to finally first receive our provisional visas then our residency clearance came through.

We, as a family, never, ever dreamt of becoming citizens of Mexico. As for me I thought that that notion was completely out of the question. So like any other kid I learned Spanish (Mexican style) primarily for asking about produce whilst at the markets as well as the surf in some of the most exquisite waters on earth.

Once I entered my teens my language skills didn’t draw as many laughs insofar as there were other matters to prime one for – ladies. Although we entertained the idea of perhaps dating a Latina; however, to be more on the respectful side of the culture, and the country’s bias against Caucasians at the time, we gringos primarily stayed to the local tourist hang outs and tried to meet ladies there.

This was how I was brought into the world. My parents taught us early to respect another’s home, domicile, and above all their country, including but not limited to eating with the hands (big one right?) most of all when at the bull fights we learned how to respect even the bulls not to mention the bull fighters or Matadors.

Whose problem is this...really.

Whose problem is this…really.

So with that introduction I would like every member of a special interest group and especially any advocacy group to please just read and listen. Comments will always be open. Yet for the life of me, to witness La Raza storming the White House or Capitol Hill to discuss their grievances; moreover, what they want, how it should be implemented, and furthermore what the United States did wrong in 1986 with the way of implanting full amnesty. I’d like to remind everyone reading this to stand quietly – when has a government bureaucracy ever get things totally right? And I hasten to remind Ms.Cecilia Muñoz that hindsight is always 20/20.

As far as I am concerned the brouhaha over Voter Identification cards sure as anything ripped into the integrity of my nation. Saying such things as “ask me for my papers” or somehow that this sovereign country called the United States of America owes you something – for me – is just plain absurd.

Like it or not over 12 million people gained access and many privileges by sojourning across the U.S.A. border and in doing so completely lost sight of our “Rule of law” and hitherto just helped themselves to a better way of life and standard of living.

I can apologize for the “caca-cabezas” in Washington D.C., although it is not my duty. However, for the condition that the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) is currently in, and to those “loco” absent declaration-of-independence3minded politicians who swore to be our stewards if we elected them – goodness gracious–have they ever failed!

It is probably the way you feel about now regarding your amnesty. Don’t worry amigos; these are people without a conscience. We should still work our butts off with proper immigration reform – however, that should not come at any expense to this nation; yet rather let’s build real Reform, Reform that lasts.

And lastly please do not teach your children that they are entitled to anything. The right that Americans have to education has been bought with a price — lives. Just because you managed your way across the border does not mean that any member of your family should expect a pathway to citizenship, medical care, or a house to live in. Please, please remember that it was you or someone in your family who broke our laws. It sickens me to hear the mierda de toro coming out of Washington D.C.

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