Monday, October 31, 2016

Don't let Obama expand the death tax

From Freedom Works:

While the country prepares for a night filled with fright, Obama and his cronies are proposing a regulation scary enough to reawaken the dead. If enacted, this new IRS regulation to strengthen the already oppressive death tax, forcing your children and grandchildren to pay more taxes to receive the inheritance you’ve worked so hard to give them.

Please don’t let that happen. Contact the Obama Administration right now. Tell them to stop this terrible regulation. Tell them to stop Obama’s death tax expansion today.

We’ve only got until Wednesday, November 2nd to stop this terrible regulation. And if you stay silent now, it will happen, forcing grieving families to pay more taxes to inherit their family’s farm or small business. So please, take 30 seconds and contact the Obama Administration right now. Tell them to stop Obama’s death tax expansion today.
For Freedom,
Adam Brandon
President, FreedomWorks Foundation

Bernie Sanders endorses marijuana legalization

Looking good

I was listening to Rush Limbaugh today and he said that in one area Trump is up by 11 points but I don't remember where. So if anyone knows where feel free to leave a comment.

A message from NORML

Hi, I'm Rick Steves, TV travel show host and a proud member of NORML's Board of Directors. I've just returned from doing a barnstorming speaking tour in both Maine and Massachusetts to help build support for their legalization initiatives. It was an exhilarating week, meeting and talking with the good folks in those states, getting lots of great press, and feeling the excitement build in advance of what we expect will be victories in both states.

I'm investing my time and money in these latest state initiatives because I've seen first-hand the damage done to so many good, hard-working Americans because of a marijuana arrest. And we've got such a powerful message to share now that we have a solid legalization track record in my home state of Washington, and in Colorado and Oregon: teen use does not go up, crime does not go up, and DUIs do not go up. The only thing that goes up is tax revenue and citizens exercising their civil liberty to smoke marijuana recreationally.

I'm doing my part to help end prohibition and all the damage it does to our society, will you stand with me in this fight?

Our political opponents and the big money special interests they represent, including both the alcohol and the pharmaceutical industries, are investing millions of dollars to stop us:
$3.5 million from Casino Magnate Sheldon Adelson to oppose legalization in Arizona, Nevada and Massachusetts.

$500,000 from opioid producer Insys to fight legalization in Arizona.
$75,000 from the Beer Distributors of Massachusetts and the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of Massachusetts to oppose legalization in Massachusetts.
$10,000 from the Arizona Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association to oppose legalization in Arizona.

And that's just to name a few.

We don't have deep pocketed special interests funding our work, but we do have something more important and powerful ... YOU!

So please, match my support and make a donation to NORML today and help us ensure that we not only win these current battles, but that we continue to expand the list of legalization states all across this country in 2017 and beyond.

Together, we have the power to end marijuana prohibition once and for all.
Let's do it. Thanks!
Rick Steves

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Marijuana prohibitionists turn up the heat

Californians for Responsible Marijuana Reform:

Adelson, Schauer, Sabet...
Help us counter these big donors with your own contribution. Any amount helps.
These three are fiercely fighting against marijuana legalization and have personally given millions or have worked to raise millions against our efforts across the country.
Sheldon Adelson is the 12th richest person in America, Julie Schauer is a Pennsylvanian millionaire, and Kevin Sabet is the cofounder of the biggest anti-marijuana organization in the country. They are standing between us and victory on November 8th..
In 2010, legalization efforts failed in California because big opposition donors funded a flurry of negative and false advertisements right before the election. This year you can be sure they are mobilizing to do the same. We have to be prepared.
Do not let Prop 64 fail. Please contribute (or contribute again) to help support our outreach efforts in these final weeks.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Californians for Responsible Marijuana Reform host live forum

From Californians for Responsible Marijuana Reform:

Do you have questions about Prop 64, or just want to learn more?
With less than two weeks before the election, it’s important that you know all the facts. That’s why we'll be streaming a powerful speech by Ethan Nadelmann, Executive Director of Drug Policy Action, 10-27-16 at 5PM PST.

Register now for this important live-stream hosted by Green Flower.
You’ll see Ethan give a compelling keynote about the state of legal marijuana today, and then you can participate in a live Q&A.

Even if you can’t make the live-stream, go ahead and register and we’ll send you the recordings after.

This will also benefit other states that have recreational and/or medical propositions or measures on the ballot. Here is a list of states that have these measures.

Don't let the Federal government bailout insurance companies

From Freedom Works:

Health insurance companies are running from ObamaCare as fast as they can. And the more that do, only hastens ObamaCare’s eminent demise. But the Democrats are trying to keep them on board long enough to transform ObamaCare into a European-styled single payer system. That’s why they’re fighting tooth and nail to keep bribing these insurance companies with taxpayer funded bailouts. Don’t let them get away with it. Contact these Senate Republicans right now. Tell them to end the ObamaCare bailouts today.
Marco Rubio’s already introduced S. 123, a bill to stop these bailouts permanently. But liberal hacks like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are preventing it from receiving a vote. And until it’s passed, these insurance companies will continue to receive more of your money. Don’t let that happen. Contact these Senate Republicans right now. Tell them to stop the ObamaCare bailouts today.

Newt Gingrich owns Megyn Kelly

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Donald Trump discusses his first 100 days in office

Florida real estate mogul tortures troubled youth

To friends and political allies, Mel Sembler is a real estate developer with integrity.

A former ambassador and shopping center magnate, he remains a giant of Tampa Bay politics. His influence stretches from his $3.4 million St. Petersburg penthouse to a network of insiders cultivated from the last three Republican presidencies.

To others, Sembler is known as the founder of Straight Inc., a controversial drug treatment program that operated from 1976 to 1993. He and his wife Betty started the residential program to help troubled teens. Yet after opening in about a dozen states, it was shut down amid allegations of abuse and excessive force. Some subjected to the program’s get-tough therapy now say years were stolen from their lives.

Now 86, Sembler is using his clout as one of the most powerful figures in Florida politics and the anti-drug movement to defeat a constitutional amendment aimed at expanding medical marijuana in Florida. If passed by 60 percent of voters, Amendment 2 would let doctors recommend marijuana to patients with conditions like cancer, epilepsy and HIV/AIDS.

Sembler has so far donated $1 million to defeat the constitutional amendment. A former national Republican finance chairman, he’s tapped his cadre of wealthy donors, too. He says he’ll raise $10 million for Drug Free Florida, the political committee opposing the ballot measure.

But as Sembler leads the fight, the controversy surrounding Straight continues to haunt his anti-drug legacy.

“This was the first and only controversy I’ve ever known having to do with Mel Sembler, and it’s regrettable,” said Pat Neal, a Sarasota homebuilder and former state senator, who gave $10,000 to the effort. “He only wanted to do the right thing.”
Nothing to say

For a man with such an outsized role in shaping a public policy like medical marijuana, Sembler doesn’t reveal much.
He declined a Herald/Times interview and does not publicly talk about why he got involved in the anti-drug movement.

News reports from 20 years ago say his interest started in the 1970s, when he and Betty, parents of three sons, learned that one them was smoking marijuana.

The couple started Straight, which was modeled after a previous anti-drug program called The Seed. Its ambitious goal: end teenage drug use.
“I knew young people who really got straightened out at Straight,” Neal said. “It was very controversial but it was also very effective.”
The idea caught fire, gaining traction in the upper reaches of President Ronald Reagan’s administration.

Sembler was one of the people who suggested that First Lady Nancy Reagan lead the anti-drug movement, said Maia Szalavitz, author of a 2006 book on the troubled-teen industry, “Help at Any Cost.”

The White House entrée led to the Bush family. George H.W. Bush later named Sembler ambassador to Australia and Nauru.

“He is someone that local elected officials go to for advice, but he is approachable by heads of state as well,” said state Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, the first state senator to endorse Amendment 2. “He’s a legendary figure.”

One offender’s story

Marcus Chatfield never met Mel Sembler.

But he was forever changed by him.

As a teen, Chatfield had shoplifted, run away from home and smoked pot a few times. He was never addicted to drugs, he says.

But he told people he was addicted in hopes of avoiding juvenile detention. Instead, Chatfield was sent to Straight’s Springfield, Virginia, facility, where he spent more than a year, most of it on a judge’s order.

He spent hours of every day in what Straight called “raps” — group meetings where other teens were expected and sometimes bullied into confessing harrowing stories about drugs and alcohol use. Chatfield said they were encouraged to yell at and shame one other.
Many participants had only a few stories to share, but they were under constant pressure, Chatfield said. So he started to lie.

“And after some time, I started to believe it,” he told the Herald/Times.

He said some of the worst abuses were at the hands of other students. After Chatfield had been in the program for several months, he was allowed to start going to school and was placed in charge of other children. He said he followed orders and deprived children of sleep. Sometimes, he said, he and others were told to pin someone on the ground for an entire rap session for acting out.

“That stuff haunts me,” he said. “That stuff will always haunt me.”

Now 47, Chatfield lives in Micanopy, where he’s a family, youth and community sciences graduate student at the University of Florida. He wants to conduct research into the lasting effects of Straight-style treatment programs.

Straight ultimately came under fire for holding people against their will. Court rulings led to policy changes, and ultimately Straight shut down.

Friends give little credence to claims of abuse and say the Semblers were not aware.

“I know Mel and Betty. I know where there heart was,” said Susan Latvala, a former Pinellas County commissioner. “I think it’s inappropriate to keep dragging that up.”

A 1993 Florida Inspector General audit suggested Sembler was aware. The report said that despite “a propensity for abuse or excessive force,” Straight kept getting licensed.

“It appears that pressure may have been generated by Ambassador Sembler and other state senators,” the report stated.
A year later, Straight had dissolved.

A long fight

To Mel Sembler, fighting medical marijuana is a continuation of his and Betty’s life’s work.
“We’re trying to save lives and people’s brains,” he told the Herald/Times in April. “It’s not a medicine.”

In 1995, Straight’s name was legally changed to Drug Free America Foundation, state documents show. The organization no longer provides treatment.

Its work continues in financing campaigns opposing marijuana, both recreational and medical use, which many opponents say could lead to full legalization. Latvala and Neal have served on its board of directors.

With marijuana on ballots across the country, the group is considering more public awareness campaigns, Latvala said.
Yet given Straight’s history, Szalavitz was dismayed that the Semblers were shaping public drug policy. After spending five years researching adolescent centers for her book, she confirmed numerous allegations of abuse at Straight.
“They should have no sway over drug policy in any way,” she said.


Thursday, October 20, 2016

Help support marijuana legalization in California

From Californians for Responsible Marijuana Reform:

The latest public poll by Survey USA has put support for Prop. 64 at only 51% with 9% undecided.

Help us fight to keep our lead in these last three weeks by donating.

We've been saying for a while, we can't let our guard down.  As races often do in California, this one is becoming extremely close in the last weeks. 

They're spending millions against us and it's showing. We need to come together and fight back.

Do not let Prop 64 fail. Please contribute (or contribute again) to help support our outreach efforts in these final weeks.

California is just one state that has marijuana measures on the ballot. There are Several that are for legalizing marijuana for medical or recreational use. Who are these prohibitions? Well,we have Patrick J. Kennedy who gets drunk and crashes his car into a barricade in Washington DC. Not only is Patrick J. Kennedy not arrested they don't even give him a breathalyzer. What did they give him? A ride home. He has also bragged that he has never worked hard in his life and is proud of it. I'm sure he views working people as peons. Prohibitionists are also lawbreakers themselves.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Let's do the math

This is what an alcoholic looks like.

This is what a tobacco smoker looks like.

This is what a crystal meth user looks like.

This is what a marijuana smoker looks like.

Any questions?

Prohibitionists spread lies about Prop. 64

From Californians for Responsible Marijuana Reform:

"You just have to put a little bit of doubt in people's minds, and they are movable."

That is what Kevin Sabet, one of the fiercest opponents of marijuana legalization in California and the country, said recently about his strategy to try and stop Prop 64 from passing this November.

Please help us counter their false advertisements by donating. Any amount you can send is tremendously beneficial to our campaign efforts.

If just 500 of our donors contribute $10 apiece, we will have enough for some major publicity or outreach. We hope you can help out.

So far, opposition groups led by Sabet have already succeeded in raising millions of dollars against us by spreading a variety of false claims about Prop 64 in order to scare voters. These claims that Prop 64 would allow companies to market cannabis to children or that the industry is trying to hook kids on pot lollipops and weed candy are downright lies and are tactics that should be beneath any campaign.

We must get the word out to stop the misinformation against us. Kevin Sabat and his millionaire friends will not cease until they torpedo all chances for marijuana reform.
Click here to give in support of Prop 64. We need to reach as many people as possible in the next few weeks before it is too late!
Thank you for your support.

First of all if you are a California resident here is the truth about Prop. 64 and children. Who are these prohibitionists you may ask? I'll be more than happy to answer your question. Here are great examples of prohibitionists. Whom they truly are.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

BOMBSHELL! Democrat voter fraud revealed

If anyone still thinks that mass voter fraud isn’t real, they need to see this.

Alan Schulkin, the Manhattan Commissioner of the Board of Elections in New York City, was just caught on tape admitting that election fraud is widespread — and is knowingly done by the Democratic party.

In the shocking video, Schulkin admits the party buses minorities from district to district, and that voter ID laws are a smart idea – because liberals know it would hurt their ability to rig elections.

“It’s absurd,” Shulkin tells the investigative reporter, a member of Project Veritas posing as a representative of the United Federation of Teachers at a holiday party last year. “There is a lot of fraud. Not just voter fraud, all kinds of fraud.”

When asked point black if there should be a national voter ID law, Schulkin — a Democrat — bluntly responds, “Voters? Yeah, they should ask for your ID. I think there’s a lot of voter fraud.”

This isn’t the first time Democrats have been accused of busing minority voters from district to district. Just Monday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump warned of potential voter fraud in heavily African-American Philadelphia.
With less than 30 days until the general election, Schulkin’s confession demands answers from Democrats.


James Comey and Loretta Lynch Should Be Impeached for Whitewashing Clinton’s Crimes

Former federal prosecutor says that Hillary obstructed justice and destroyed evidence—with the support of the president himself
By Sidney Powell • 10/11/16 8:30am

Just when one thinks the cavalier cabal of Clinton and her cronies has exhausted all manner of corruption, yet another outrage surfaces, implicating even more people.

The bombshell this week is that Loretta Lynch and James Comey not only gave immunity to Hillary’s closest co-conspirators Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson—who, despite being attorneys, destroyed evidence right and left—but, in a secret side deal, agreed to limit the FBI’s review of the Clinton team laptops to pre-January 2015 and to destroy the laptops when the FBI review was complete.

Congress and every law-abiding citizen in this country should be outraged. This blatant destruction of evidence is obstruction of justice itself.

We no longer have a Department of Justice: We have a Department of Obstructing and Corrupting Justice to protect the power elite of the chosen side.

It’s easy to see now why Lynch secretly met Bill Clinton on an airport tarmac on June 27. Only a few days later, the FBI had its little chat with Hillary—neither under oath nor with a rights warning—in the presence of her coconspirators. Then, Hillary announced she would keep Lynch as Attorney General if she is elected president. Surely by coincidence, the very next day Comey does his song and dance ending the “investigation.”

Comey’s “investigation” was a farce. Any former prosecutor worth a flip would have convened a grand jury, issued subpoenas, gotten search warrants, seized computers, run wire taps, indicted the Clinton cabal, and squeezed the underlings to plead guilty and cooperate. This business of friendly chats, immunity agreements handed out like party favors, and side deals that include the Attorney General approving the destruction of evidence to keep it from Congress doesn’t happen for others targeted by the feds.

Just ask any number of Wall Street executives who for various reasons found themselves on the opposite side of the Department of “Justice.” In fact, my former client, Jim Brown, served a year in prison convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice for testifying about his personal understanding of a telephone call to which he was not even a party. Yes, you read that correctly. Read Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice. It becomes more relevant every day.

How did we get here?

Thanks to the work of Judicial Watch and others, we learned over a year ago now that Hillary Clinton ran the most important and confidential of world affairs and the United States Department of State through an unsecured computer server assembled by her minions and ensconced in the basement of her New York home. She did so despite repeated warnings of security risks, against protocol, and contrary to her own memo to all of her underlings. That posed no problem simply because the rules don’t apply to Clinton.

Conveniently, her server also handled Clinton Foundation correspondence that facilitated the personal enrichment of Hillary and Bill by hundreds of millions of dollars. That money came from Bill’s remarkable “speaking fees” at hundreds of events around the world—each of which was quickly approved as requested by Clinton crony Cheryl Mills at the State Department—as if there were no conflict of interest. Simultaneously, foreign entities made “donations” of hundreds of millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation to obtain the immediate attention of and curry favor with the secretary of state—and it worked.

The conflict of interest inherent in that entire scenario is palpable. It’s the Clintonian equivalent of the scheme former Enron CFO Andrew Fastow conceived that destroyed Enron—a large side-slush fund that operated as his own piggy bank. The Clintons boldly went where no one has gone before: They privatized the State Department for their massive personal gain, creating a net worth for each of over $100 million dollars in a few short years. Ironically enough, lead counsel for the Clinton Foundation now was President Obama’s longest-serving White House counsel. A former prosecutor on the Enron Task Force, Kathryn Ruemmler was implicated in various forms of prosecutorial misconduct and its cover-up.

The personal home server allowed Hillary Clinton to send and receive all of her emails and run the State Department free from protected, secure, and required government channels. It was established deliberately to circumvent the Federal Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act—both of which applied to her work-related correspondence.

That was no problem for Clinton however, as she simply “didn’t know how to use a computer,” apparently was incapable of learning to do so (unlike most toddlers in the country), and she liked her Blackberry—which was reason enough for her highness to ignore the national security interests of the entire country.

One of our favorite Clinton lies is: ‘My staff and I will cooperate completely with the investigation.’

Clinton’s insistence on operating outside the government security protocols demonstrated at best deliberate disregard for the law and national security—and, at worst, conduct that was treasonous. That is why 18 USC 793 (d) and (f) make it a crime punishable by imprisonment for 10 years to even move any information relating to the national defense from secure conditions or to fail to return it upon demand. Clinton did both—repeatedly.

The unsecure server also facilitated the clearly conflicting roles of Clinton confidant and protégé Huma Abedin, who was paid simultaneously by the Clinton Foundation and the taxpayers through the State Department. That made it easier for the double-dipping Abedin to schedule meetings quickly for Clinton with those who had paid to play—substantial donors to the Foundation, such as the Crown Prince of Bahrain, who had been denied a face-to-face through those pesky State Department protocols in place for mere mortals. His millions in contributions to the Foundation got him an appointment with Clinton through Abedin in a matter of hours.

We wrote more than a year ago—as soon as we heard one Clinton server was “wiped”—about the Countless Crimes of Hillary Clinton. We foresaw the need for a special prosecutor and predicted that if emails could be found, they would likely implicate high ranking people across the government, including the president.

Lo and behold, President Obama, who told the country he heard of Clinton’s private email from news reports, was in reality emailing her at and using an alias. He must have forgotten. But, wait—just this week, we get more emails, and there’s now evidence that the White House and the State Department coordinated an attempt to minimize the problem.

Now we have a candidate for president of the United States who has committed lie after lie, obstructed justice, and destroyed evidence with the support of the president himself—conduct for which many people are in prison. Sometimes it’s called False Statements to federal officials, punishable by up to five years in prison under 18 USC 1001. Under other circumstances, such as in sworn statements to federal judges or testimony to Congress, it can be perjury under 18 USC 1621 or 1623.

And let’s not forget obstruction of justice under 18 USC 1519. That statute was tailor-made to fit the facts of the Clinton cabal’s destruction of evidence. It reads:

Whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.

Remember the man relentlessly prosecuted by the feds for throwing a few fish overboard? That case had to go all the way to the Supreme Court for them to decide that fish weren’t the kind of tangible objects/evidence to which Congress intended the new obstruction statute to apply. But emails, computers, and servers are. Senator Clinton voted for that new statute—but it doesn’t apply to her. Well, it would, but Loretta Lynch and James Comey just agreed to destroy evidence of it themselves.

These false statement and obstruction offenses are so easy to prove that prosecutors often tack them on to already multi-count indictments just for good measure when they want to hammer Wall Street bankers or other citizens and business people who actually work for a living.

How many of these federal criminal offenses are established by the limited evidence that has been pried out of the Clintons’ hands or resurrected from unsuccessful although mighty attempts to destroy it? They are truly countless, as each email would be a separate charge but, for the sake of brevity, we’ll just pick three or four—that don’t even include all the conspiracy charge options routinely used by “reasonable” prosecutors.

First, Clinton testified to Congress that she “turned over all of her work-related emails.” Second, she “only wanted to use one device.” Later, she chose her words carefully, claiming “nothing was marked classified when it was sent or received.” That sounds good to people who are not lawyers, but it’s Clintonese and not the law.

She “turned over all her work emails”?

First, her friend Sidney Blumenthal found a number of emails he exchanged with her about confidential matters of State that she didn’t produce. Next, that pesky Pentagon found over 1,000 emails between Hillary and General Petraeus alone. Most recently, the FBI found roughly 15,000 Clinton thought had been erased completely when she had her servers “wiped” professionally with BleachBit. We’ll never know how many were deliberately destroyed to protect her incompetence and corruption. Mills, Samuelson, and others at Platte River Networks destroyed whatever they wanted.

As both secretary of state and an attorney who had long been paid by the taxpayers, Clinton should know that information “relating to the national defense” is what is protected under 18 USC 793(f). It doesn’t have to be “classified”—marked or unmarked—even though much of it was.

Sure, let’s give her the presidency and the nuclear codes and access to every national secret—ISIS can just hack her and use our own missiles to destroy us. They won’t have to worry about trying to bring nukes into the country.

In any event, according to the FBI’s perfunctory investigation, more than 2,000 of the emails available are classified as Confidential or Secret or higher.

Clinton may have only wanted “one device,” but the truth is that she had 13 “personal mobile devices that were lost, discarded, or destroyed.” Reporter Sharyl Attkisson has an excellent timeline of irrefutable, no-spin facts derived from the part of the FBI’s file that has been made public. The timeline of events alone is damning.

Not surprisingly, Attkisson reports that “[a]fter the State Dept. notified Hillary Clinton her records would be sought by the House Benghazi Committee, copies of her email on the laptops of her attorneys Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson were wiped with Bleachbit, and the FBI couldn’t review them. After her emails were subpoenaed, Hillary Clinton’s email archive was also permanently deleted from her then-server ‘PRN’ with BleachBit, and the FBI couldn’t review it.”

One of our favorite Clinton lies is: “My staff and I will cooperate completely with the investigation.”

I guess that’s why they invoked their Fifth Amendment privileges against self-incrimination, had hard-drives wiped, destroyed devices with hammers, put the selected emails in the hands of her attorney and refused to produce them for weeks, while her staff all refused to speak without grants of immunity or took the Fifth. I guess it just depends on how you define “cooperation.”

Enter stage left James Comey, Director of the FBI, who fills himself with righteous indignation to tell Congress what a great job the FBI did in this “investigation.” As Congressman Trey Gowdy said, and I concur, “This isn’t the FBI I used to work with.”

Clinton ran her shenanigans without an Inspector General in the State Department. An Inspector General is appointed by the President, but his or her job is to serve as a watchdog on behalf of the taxpayers. As The Wall Street Journal reported, Clinton declined to allow an Inspector General at the State Department during her entire tenure—so there was no internal oversight, and President Obama allowed that. More than a year ago, the Inspector Generals for State and for the Intelligence Community conducted a limited review of only 40 of Clinton’s emails. They quickly found several containing classified information which they immediately reported to the executive branch and advised Congress. They wrote: “This classified information should never have been transmitted via an unclassified personal system.”

Remember Richard Nixon? Remember Attorney General John Mitchell? Remember White House Counsel John Dean? Nixon White House cronies Haldeman and Erlichman? They all went to prison.

It’s not just the private server. It’s not about personal emails or even a few business emails sent from a personal account.

It is about the fair administration of justice and trust in our justice system. It is about the accountability of our highest officials. It is about destroying evidence in the face of a serious investigation. It is about national security breaches of the highest order, and it’s about the privatization and sale of our State Department for personal enrichment. The conduct of the Clintons, their cronies, their Foundation, and now our highest law enforcement officials make the entire Watergate scandal look like an insignificant computer hack.

Where is the Congress? Where are what used to be our great newspapers? The sounds of silence are terrifying indicators of how government-controlled our mainstream media has become. I guess that’s why Reporters Without Borders has dropped our Freedom of Press rank to 46th world-wide.

FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch should be impeached for their roles in whitewashing Clinton’s crimes and their own participation in the destruction of evidence. They facilitated and participated in the obstruction of justice—spitting in the face of the Congressional investigation. Congress should be able to name a special prosecutor when the Attorney General has a clear conflict—such as meeting secretly with Bill Clinton during the “investigation” and receiving a promise of continuing as Attorney General if Hillary is elected President. The timeline of events and their conduct reek of corruption.

Stay tuned. Clinton’s answers under oath to D.C. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan are due October 13. Remember, he’s the judge who appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the Department of Justice following the Bush administration’s corrupted prosecution of former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens. And it was Judge John Sirica—combined with what was then the great Washington Post—who exposed the Nixon corruption.

With more and more government intrusion in every aspect of our individual businesses and lives, we are quickly losing the land of the free, and we now must wonder if any of the brave are home. Who has the chutzpah to stand up to the Clintons? Where are the real Americans? Hopefully, on election day, they will pour out in droves and resoundingly demand real change. The election and Judge Sullivan are our only chances for justice at all.


Saturday, October 1, 2016

Support Joe Heck to oust Harry Reid

From Congressman Trey Gowdy:

I've got a reputation in Washington for holding people accountable and getting straight to the point.

So I'll do just that -- I'm emailing you because I need your help.

As you may know, my fellow conservative, Joe Heck, is running to replace Harry Reid and win his Senate seat for Republicans.

But what you may not know is this... in less than 24 hours, Joe Heck faces the biggest and most important fundraising deadline of his campaign AND right now he's short of his must-hit fundraising goal by more than $10,000.

To do my part, I've promised Joe I'd help him secure the $10,000 he needs in the next 24 hours.

So to deliver on my promise, I'm personally emailing you to ask that you would make a special one-time donation of at least $25 to his campaign.

You need to know -- if you've been waiting to help -- now is the time that will make or break Joe's campaign.

I promised to give Joe an update by tomorrow and I would love to be able to give him the good news.

As a personal favor to me, will you click here and make a donation of $25 or more -- and I'll be sure that your name is on the list?

This is one Senate race where we have a chance to take a Senate seat back from the Democrats and make sure that Republicans don't lose control of the Senate.

That's why it's so important that I have your help to elect Joe Heck.

The election is right around the corner. So please, don't wait -- Joe needs our help now.


Trey Gowdy

I hate Harry Reid so anyone unseating him is cool with me. If Joe Heck wins we are rid of Harry Reid,who was one of Obama's biggest defenders.