Thursday, April 17, 2014

In 2014, There's Only One Issue That Should Matter to Republican Voters

I have to say it feels good to finally see leading conservative talking heads finally getting the point.  We've been warning about these issues since before 2006 and others who were at one-time considered fringe have been doing so even longer.

Today we have to tip our hat to Ann Coulter for once again telling it like it is:
Anyone opposing an incumbent Republican for any reason other than amnesty is a fraud or an idiot. Right now, immigration and Obamacare are the only things that matter. Since every Republican voted against Obamacare, that leaves only immigration.
Her reasoning, and the reasons I have been shouting from the mountain tops are clear:
Conservatives who ignore amnesty while carping about the debt ceiling, TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program), the Internet tax bill or Benghazi are too stupid to help their country. 
Suppose the Senate had passed a bill that would cut Texas out of the Union? Would that get your attention, fake tea partiers? Without Texas, Republicans would immediately lose 38 electoral votes, two senators and 24 members of Congress. (Democrats would lose only 12 House members.)
How would you rate the prospect of repealing Obamacare if Republicans could: never win another presidential election; never win another majority in the House; and never again win a Senate majority? Oh, and how does the expression "President Nancy Pelosi" grab you? 
Would that bill be slightly more important to you than the Internet tax bill?
Well, guess what? Amnesty will produce the exact same result as losing the entire state of Texas. In fact, merely continuing our current immigration policies will achieve the same result; it will just take a little longer.
Coulter is 100% correct.  

We've already told you how the Democrats' single strategy for electoral victory is about inciting fear and hate against those who produce and value America's unique culture of liberty and economic freedom.  We've told you how the immigration policies championed by Ted Kennedy in the 60's were specifically designed to transform the American populous by replacing it's independent citizenry with low-skilled, uneducated third-worlders more open to centralized control.


We've told you how the GOP's pandering to illegal immigration in the past has not only been bad for the country, but has resulted in Republican support among Hispanics to actually decline, a reality that runs counter to the propaganda being spouted by today's crony GOP leadership.  We've even pointed out how peer reviewed academic studies have revealed the GOP's support for amnesty would not only not get them more support among Hispanics, but it would be devastating to their support among their base.  


We've even given marketing advice to the GOP leadership that has been time tested, tried and true.


We've told you about the concerns of one of the world's leading economic minds who warns the United States is destroying its future by allowing mass immigration of the world's poor.  We've shown you how those mass immigration policies are are causing demographic shifts that are distorting the true state of America's educational system, they even distort the measures of quality of education between the states.


We've even dug into how the social engineering behind these mass immigration policies is directly responsible for the 2008 housing crisis and recession.


Finally those with a voice in the national media like Ann Coulter, Mark Levin, and others are starting to get the picture, unable to ignore the enormity of evidence that keeps building before their eyes.


If you are still not convinced, consider this simple fact.  The Republican party has only one the majority of popular vote in the Presidential race 1 time in the past 32 years (2004 Bush vs Kerry).


Once reliable Republican states like Ohio, Virginia, and Florida are now blue.  Texas is projected to become a toss up in 2016 and be totally blue by 2020 if a sound immigration policy is not enacted immediately.


Once that tipping point is reached, the GOP will never win another national election and will be virtually incapable of winning a majority in either house of congress.  President Pelosi is very much a likelihood in our lifetimes.

Republicans aren't at much risk of losing any of these seats, with or without primary fights. But we'll lose them all within a decade if Republicans like Tillis, Ellmers and Cantor aren't stopped.
In 2014, Immigration reform is the only issue that should matter to Republican voters

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Rumors of Sebelius Return to KS Politics Makes Her the Butt of the Joke

I heard Kathleen Sebelius tried to file to run for Senate in Kansas but the website was down.


The KC Star is reporting that KS Secretary of State Kris Kobach has extended the filing dead line to run for US Senate for 3 months.

President Obama has granted a waiver to Kansas Democrat candidates for US Senate.  They now will not be required to comply with Kansas election laws until 2015.

Senate candidates from Kansas have received news from the election board that their 2014 filings have been cancelled and they must refile through the new federal election exchange website that is expected to be online and in working order sometime around 2017.

Rumor is Kathleen Sebelius will run for the Senate in Kansas.  However, she will have lots of competition as the federal government now mandates all Kansans run for Senate as part of the president's signature legislation, the Available Candidate Act (ACA).

Kathleen Sebelius new Senate campaign slogan: Vote for Sebelius and Get a Free Abortion.

The CBO is reporting the cost of Kathleen Sebelius's campaign website has reached just over $600 billion.

The Kansas Secretary of State's office is reporting they will change the way votes are tabulated in 2014.  The results of the change is expected to increase the number of votes cast by dead voters by 2 to 3% or whatever Kathleen Sebelius needs to win.

Is This Why the NY Times Called Out Sen Roberts on His Lack of KS Residency?

It was curious to many observers that the nation's leading paper of record would take such an interest in what state Sen. Roberts called home.  The issue was made all the more strange when it was revealed Sen. Roberts hasn't lived in Kansas since he was in his mid-twenties, some 15 years before being elected to congress to represent the sunflower state, which left the paper with more than 50 years to uncover the scandal.

Today the NY Times may have just tipped its cards:  Sebelius Said to Weigh Run for Kansas Senate Seat
"Several Democrats said this week that Ms. Sebelius had been mentioned with growing frequency as someone who could wage a serious challenge to Mr. Roberts, 77, who is running for a fourth term and is considered vulnerable. One person who spoke directly to Ms. Sebelius said that she was thinking about it."

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

I'll Ask Again, "Who Isn't Paying Their Fair Share?"

Hat tip CNS News:
Taxpayers earning $100,000 or more a year pay 71.6% of the nation’s share in individual federal income taxes, according to the latest data from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from 2011.
You might wonder what percentage of tax payers fall into that $100,000 plus bracket...
In 2011, according to the IRS, there were 145,370,240 individual income tax returns filed. Among those returns, 125,914,418 or 86.6%, belonged to taxpayers earning a salary less than $100,000. The remaining 19,455,822 returns belonged to those taxpayers earning more than $100,000, or 13.4% of the total. 
While those top earners, earning six figures or more, represented only 13.4% of the total number of individual income tax returns reported to the IRS, they contributed nearly three-fourths of the total amount of federal  tax revenue from individual filers reported for that year.
So, 13.4% of taxpayers pay 71.6% of all income taxes.

I'll ask again for our "progressive" friends, who is it exactly that isn't paying their fair share?

When more than 47% of Americans pay no income taxes at all, it's obvious to see who isn't paying their fair share and it isn't the folks paying three quarters of the taxes in this country.

Oh yes, let me stop you loons now, "nearly have those 47% work and pay social security and other taxes."  It's funny how social security is only considered a tax by the left when they use it to excuse the parasites in our society.

The fact is those making $100k or more salaries also pay those taxes and many others.  They pay capital gains taxes, sales taxes, property taxes, taxes on their phones and energy uses, taxes, taxes, every where there is taxes.

Even worse, of those 13.7% who are bearing the brunt of income taxation in this country that happen to also be employers, guess what, they are also paying the other half of the social security and medicare taxes the small percentage of workers in the 47% claim excuses them from income taxes.

The simple fact is that the federal government's spending has gotten so out of hand they can't seem to find enough money to steal from productive people.  They've even taken to going after the children of social security recipients that the federal government was so incompetent in paying that they paid them too much.

Meanwhile, the IRS continues to shell out billions per year in child tax credits to illegal immigrants.

Don't expect the left to change their tune on redistributive taxation anytime soon... with only 13.7% of taxpayers footing the majority of the bill, they will be able to find plenty of parasite voters lining up to get their "fair share" of other people's hard work.

Sen. Roberts Becomes Champion of Fair Tax

In an email to supporters, Senator Pat Roberts took tax day as and opportunity to Re-affirm his undying support for the Fair Tax:

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April 14, 2014
Dear << First Name >>,
Tax day is fast approaching. While it's in the news and fresh on the minds of most Americans, I want to reinvigorate the fight to gut the IRS and establish a system that is fair to everyone and that puts more money back in your pockets and less in the pockets of Reid and Obama!
If you are with me in this fight, take the following steps now:
1. Respond below and automatically add your name to our open letter to Senator Reid calling on him to allow debate on a fair tax system before the November elections!
2. Contribute any amount you can today. I promise to invest it immediately in our efforts to elect a Senate that will implement a fair tax code that respects taxpayers and encourages economic growth.
3. Forward this email to as many friends and neighbors as possible and impress upon them the importance of being engaged.
We need all hands on deck this week!
Thanks for being an active part of our team!

The announcement is not only timely, but is likely targeted specifically at Milton Wolf's base of support which is largely made up of Fair Tax supporters.  But, KC area Fair Tax supporters aren't buying into his devotion to the cause.

"Republican Senator Pat Roberts is trying to look all Conservative now by appealing to the FairTaxKC board for our support and by becoming a Fair Tax Co-Sponsor after thumbing his nose at us for a decade," wrote one Fair Tax board member on his blog.

To be fair (see what I did there?), Senator Roberts did sign on as a co-sponsor to Fair Tax legislation in September of 2013, making Kansas the only state where their entire congressional delegation has signed on to the plan.

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For those who are unaware, the Fair Tax plan would replace federal income taxes with a consumption or sales tax.  Many argue the plan is regressive, resulting in the poor paying a higher percentage of their income on taxes.  However, the Fair Tax plan calls for an annual prebate payment to the poor to alleviate the taxes on food and clothing.

Unfortunately the plan is pretty much unattainable at the federal level because it requires the repeal of the 16th amendment, something Democrats, to say nothing of the fear mongering media, will ever allow to happen.  So, it is difficult to see just how many votes Roberts or Wolf wins for their side by latching on to the plan.

Sen. Harry Reid Demands Justice


Sen. Harry Reid told a local news station in Nevada on Monday, "We can’t have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it."

Seems Harry Reid didn't care too much about not letting the illegal aliens "just walk away" a few weeks ago when he called on President Obama to issue executive order halting deportations.

Seems Harry Reid wasn't too concerned about letting President Obama "just walk away" after Obama illegally issued for "recess" appointments when the Senate wasn't in recess.

Seems Harry Reid wasn't too concerned about letting himself "just walk away" after he accepted illegal campaign donations from Harvey Whittemore who was found guilty of illegally funneling $150,000 in pay-to-play campaign donations to the Senate Majority Leader.

Seems Harry Reid only cares about the rule of law when it suits him, like when he can bring the awesome might of the federal government's domestic military force down upon the heads of some lowly rancher and the frustrated Americans who have been forced to sit by helplessly and watch as the lawless regime he is an integral part of has its way with the Constitution and the American legal system.

Monday, April 14, 2014

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, Communist Sympathizer or Bad Interior Decorator?


White House Press Secretary Jay Carney and wife Claire Shipman, who just happens to be an ABC News contributor (Conflict of interest?), have hit it big in the aristocrat world and now been featured in Washington's most influential, high society rag of record, the Washington MOM.

What may have gone unnoticed by many, are the strange choice of decor the Carney's have selected for their home.  In their kitchen, one can find two Soviet-era propaganda posters book-ending a set of large picture windows.

Why do two such esteemed liberal Democrats find the propaganda of ruthless regimes so appealing?

A look into their highly Photoshopped library, reveals more USSR memorabilia:


No, I am not talking about the severed finger of Carney's son that can be seen embedded in the books several times, but the miniature bust of Mikhail Gorbachev sitting on the second to the bottom shelf on the lower right.

I know the two met in Moscow during the 90's.  Can't help but wonder if it wasn't at a Communist singles club.

Flashback: Glenn Miller's Racist Ad for US Senate, Airing on KMBZ 980 AM

Nearly 4 years ago to the day we brought you the racist and anti-Semitic radio ads created by Missouri Senate candidate Glenn Miller that were airing on local talk radio stations.  Now in his mid-70's, we can't help but wonder what finally sent this deranged man over the edge.

Today our thoughts and prayers go out to the 3 people Glenn Miller murdered in Johnson County.

As Glenn Miller sat in the back of a police cruiser yelling, "Heil Hitler," to local TV news cameras, did he even know that his hate filled targeting of Jews ended up killing two Christians?

Friday, April 11, 2014

If you read nothing else today, this should be it.

Ann Coulter writes:
COMPETITION FOR THEE, BUT NOT FOR ME
by Ann Coulter 
Between having Republican presidential candidates fly to Las Vegas to kiss his ring, billionaire Sheldon Adelson has managed to fit in time to talk Sen. Lindsey Graham into sponsoring a bill banning Internet gambling. 
As you may know, Sheldon Adelson is a CASINO OWNER. Internet gambling would compete with his casino business. 
On the other hand, when it comes to the services Adelson isn’t selling, but buying – low-skilled workers – he’s for unbridled competition, preferring not to limit the supply even to people who are legally in the United States. (Weirdly, so is Lindsey Graham!) 
Adelson is a big backer of amnesty, telling the Wall Street Journal: “It would be inhumane to send those people back, to send 12 million people out of this country. … So we’ve got to find a way, find a route for those people to get legal citizenship.” 
As Milton Friedman said, “With some notable exceptions, businessmen favor free enterprise in general but are opposed to it when it comes to themselves.”  
Adelson is an especially telling example of the self-interest of businessmen on immigration. His newspaper, Israel Today, the largest newspaper in Israel, is wildly patriotic on immigration (and everything else). 
Israel Today has trumpeted the success of the 15-foot razor-wire fence along Israel’s 140-mile border with Egypt, triumphantly noting last August that, for the first time, “no infiltrations were recorded from the Egyptian border, compared to 193 from the same month last year.” 
Adelson himself had suggested just such a policy to the Los Angeles Times last year, saying he wanted to “Put a big fence around our country.”
By “our country,” he, of course, meant Israel. In America, he wants illegal immigrants pouring across the border to provide him with an endless supply of cheap labor. Recently, Israel has been “rounding up” African refugees, giving them $3,500 and plane tickets to Uganda, to encourage them to “self-deport.” Welcome to El Al Airlines. We’re about to begin pre-boarding for Flight 259, offering non-stop, one-way service to Kampala, Uganda. At this time we’d like to invite our premium-plus illegal immigrants to board. 
Wait! I thought we couldn’t “round up” any illegal immigrants! I thought “self-deportation” was a laughable idea!  Say, could Adelson buy the New York Times and start pushing those policies here?
For years, the cheap-labor lobby has told us: Immigrants are doing the work Americans simply will not do! We’re tired of people who know nothing about our business telling us to pay our workers more. Where are they when beds are unmade? Where are they when crops are rotting in the field? It’s not about how much we pay them per hour! Americans don’t want these jobs. 
But in last week’s New York Times story about multimillionaire farmers who need taxpayer-subsidized cheap labor, the Times lost focus and forgot to lie. In one blockbuster sentence, the paper admitted that, last year, “the diminished supply of workers led average farm wages in the region to increase by roughly $1 an hour.”
I believe we have an Earth-shattering revelation there! In other words, people were willing to do the work – as soon as wages were raised. So, apparently, employers were not exploring every option to get workers, such as, for example, paying their employees ONE DOLLAR MORE. 
In a catastrophic blunder of epic proportions, the New York Times had inadvertently stumbled across the laws of supply and demand. 
Adelson might want to hang onto that Israeli citizenship, in case his preferred policy of amnesty ever does go through: His low-wage workers don’t have especially enlightened views of the Jewish people.

Pat Roberts' Residency Issues Worse Than First Believed

When news broke earlier this year that Senator Roberts has not called Kansas his home in recent years, having famously rented a lazy boy from a campaign donor, his supporters excused the action, proclaiming it unreasonable to expect a Senator to live away from his family or fly home every weekend to be with them.  But apparently the story goes much deeper and it will be tough to see how they explain these latest revelations away.

Apparently Senator Roberts hasn't been able to legally call Kansas his home since sometime in 1962, more than 18 years before he was elected to the US Congress to represent Kansas.

According to information uncovered by the Wolf campaign, Roberts left Kansas when he was 25 or 26 for the western state of Arizona.  There he lived for 5 years before moving to DC.  Eight years later, in 1975, Roberts bought his home in Alexandria, Virginia, where he resides today and a full 5 years before being elected to congress.

Senator Roberts hasn't lived in Kansas in more than half a century, 52 years to be exact.  His children have never called Kansas their home.  In addition, Roberts married his wife Franki Fann in 1969, so it is unclear if she has ever called Kansas her home either.

Based on this new information, Senator Roberts seems to have been illegally representing the state of Kansas in both the Congress and the Senate under Article I, Sections 2, Clause 2 and 3, Clause 3.
Art I, Sec 2, Cls 2: 
No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the Age of twenty five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.
Art I, Sec 3, Cls 3:  
No Person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty Years, and been nine Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State for which he shall be chosen.
At least when carpetbaggers of the past had the nerve to perform such a politically motivated stunt they had the common decency to move to the state first.  Even Hillary moved to New York before being elected to the Senate, a move that I recall drew much criticism from conservatives who seem to be willing to ignore Roberts' misdeeds.


In interest of full disclosure I will say I have not made up my mind in the Roberts versus Wolf Senate primary in Kansas largely because Wolf has failed to make a compelling argument of why him.  However, his point that Roberts is an absentee Senator does touch a nerve, which makes this latest revelation even more disconcerting.