Thursday, December 11, 2014

Obama Spits In Face Of Every Foreigner Coming To America Legally

Senator: Obama's Amnesty Gives Illegals A Fast-Track To Voting Booth | The Daily Caller

Once they have legally returned under “advanced parole,” they can be immediately sponsored for a green card and citizenship by their adult child, he said.

That process bypasses U.S. law that requires illegals to leave the country for 10 years before their U.S.-born adult children can sponsor them for citizenship, Lee said.

Lee spoke shortly before Republican House Speaker John Boehner tried to muscle through a 2015 budget that doesn’t bar federal spending to implement Obama’s amnesty.

The budget’s support for Obama’s amnesty is opposed by numerous GOP legislators and a significant slice of the GOP base.

Obama’s amnesty offers work permits, drivers’ licenses, Medicare and Social Security to five million illegals who have children with citizenship or green cards.

The five million could get citizenship via Obama’s new parole technique.

“The president claims that he is not changing this rule, but that’s exactly what he’s doing,” Lee said.

“So long as you have a business meeting in Toronto. you can get permission to leave and be paroled back into the country on your return … [and] once you do that. … You can get a green card and get citizenship,” Lee said.

The method is illegal, said Lee, because Congress has narrowly defined when the administration can offer “advanced parole” to foreigners, he said.

Parole can only be offered to people “only on a case-by-case basis for urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit.”

These reasons include allowing a person without a visa to attend the imminent funeral of a relative, or to act as a witness in a trial, he said.

Obama’s plan to provide parole to many returning illegals “clearly violate U.S. law,” he said.

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Get Ready America; The Obamacare Virus Is Just Starting

Cynthia Lummis let's her emotions fly in the hearing on Obamacare today. Her husband died as a result of Obamacare. Soon we will all have stories like this.. The death panels are hard at work denying access to basic health services. Just watch below....

Monday, December 08, 2014

The World's Dumbest Bird

Home Remedies

* For mosquito bites -- Scratch them till they bleed.

* For upset stomach -- eat at Arby's, this will induce vomiting thereby relieveing the stomach of pressure.

* For Muscle twitching -- Put leaches on the skin.

* For Leaches on the skin -- Take them off.

* For Insomnia -- Try watching European Football. 

Friday, December 05, 2014

College Students Hold 'Die-In' for Michael Brown; Can't Stop Checking Their Phones

College Students Hold 'Die-In' for Michael Brown, Complain of 'Sensationalism of the Protests' |  MRCTV

Fairly recently, protesters came up with the idea of holding "die-ins" to protest perceived injustices throughout the world.
They were held frequently by opponents of the Iraq War and, these days, are a common tactic used by Anti-Israel groups.
At a die-in, participants simply lie on the ground and pretend to be dead.
MRCTV visited a die-in at George Washington University, where several dedicated activists laid out in the cold and drizzle to protest what they view as the unjust decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson.
All of the typical activist chants were heard. “No Justice, No Peace.  No Racist Police,” etc.  The group also did its rendition of "We Shall Overcome" which is typically sung at some point at every liberal rally, no matter what the cause. 

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

You Are Too Stupid To Understand Your Need For Obamacare

New video of ObamaCare architect calling Americans stupid
ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber apparently doesn't think much of the intelligence of the American people.

A new tape has surfaced showing Gruber, once again, claiming the health care law's authors took advantage of the "stupid" American public.

The tape, played on Fox News' "The Kelley File," showed Gruber speaking at an October 2013 event at Washington University in St. Louis.

Referring to the so-called "Cadillac tax" on high-end health plans, he said: "They proposed it and that passed, because the American people are too stupid to understand the difference."

Gruber specifically was referring to the way the "Cadillac tax" was designed -- he touted their plan to, instead of taxing policy holders, tax the insurance companies that offered them. He suggested that taxing individuals would have been politically unpalatable but taxing the companies worked because Americans didn't understand the difference.

This is similar to remarks he made at a separate event around the same time in 2013. In a clip of that event, Gruber said the "lack of transparency" in the way the law was crafted was critical. "Basically, call it the stupidity of the American voter or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical for the thing to pass," he said.

After the first tape surfaced -- prompting Republican outrage -- Gruber went on MSNBC to express regret. On Tuesday, he said: "I was speaking off the cuff and I basically spoke inappropriately, and I regret having made those comments."

But after Fox News played the second tape, GOP lawmakers said it proves what they've been saying all along.

"It confirms people's greatest fear about the government," Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., told Fox News on Wednesday. "Remember, it was Nancy Pelosi said first you have to pass it before you get to find out what's in it.


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Documentary Review: Farmland

Available For Streaming
On Hulu Plus as of
Short and sweet. Farmland is a film that is just a surface look at the ins and outs of 6 farmers and the struggles they are currently facing. There is nothing deep about this documentary and with the exception of a brief bit about Genetically Modified Crops, there is very little political opinion shared.

I have always had a secret fantasy about being a farmer since I was a very little boy. I love the idea of vast, wide open spaces and working the soil. I never pursued it and no one in my family is a farmer so I wouldn't have known where to start anyway. But I still get the tingles when I'm driving in the Kansas Flint Hills or Western Kansas and I see a lone 3 story house sitting among a golden wheatfield off in the distance. What a life!

So unless the idea of that kind of lifestyle has any thrill to you then you probably wouldn't enjoy this film. But the beautiful HD cinematography and well suited orchestral musical score sold me alone.

There is heart and emotion in there as well. So I recommend this documentary if you care anything about where your food comes from.. Or if you are like me, and just love beautiful scenes of sunsets in a field that you cannot see the end of.

I give this documentary... 4 stars

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Documentary Review: Please Subscribe

Available for streaming
on Netflix as of 10/1/14
Finally, a documentary about the incredible phenomenon of "YouTubers". I am just on the fringe of being young enough to be able to embrace this world without being considered to be in a mid-life crisis, or a creep. Please Subscribe is a film that follows around a few of these small-small screen stars and takes a look at how they got started and what they actually do on YouTube that makes millions of viewers tune in, often daily, to watch them speak, or display a talent.

I was excited to see this documentary pop up as available on Netflix.  I have a couple of YouTube channels I check out daily and/or weekly to be entertained away from anything else I could be doing with my time. Not everyone's idea of fun. But I find joy in it.

What I did not find joy in was this documentary. It was like someone turned in half an assignment and assumed it was good enough. It wasn't compelling. The world of YouTube and YouTubers is very compelling. People have made their career off making a fluke video that went viral, and then were able to repeat that success until they had a following of loyal viewers who turn out in droves and treat them like they are every bit a celebrity as they would a movie star. That is amazing.

So why couldn't the film maker capture the curiosity of that phenomenon? Maybe it was the subjects he chose. Dan Dobi picked 8 YouTubers to chronical. (9 if count the feature after the credits) But unless one of those is your preferred YouTube personality or your favorite subscription then you had no other reason to watch. He didn't delve into the culture. He didn't mention other YouTubers other than the 8 he chose. Are they the only 8 that exist? How would a casual documentary viewer know? He gave very few statistics on just how much YouTube is watched by viewers. He didn't show us ANY actual subscribers and what makes them watch on a regular basis. He just talked to 8 people who shoot videos on YouTube and get paid to do it.

In other words he only gave us the Who. He forgot about the What and the Why. A skilled documentarian can take a subject like this and either find the deeper story, or hit us with a wave of facts and figures that make us say "Wow!"

Mostly he just showed us that YouTubers like making videos on YouTube... and... duh.

I give this documentary... 2 stars