Sunday, June 26, 2011

Mob Boss President

Barrack Obama is the head of a gangster organization that has control of the United States government. This administration has no regard for the rule of law.

One of the first blatant signs of just how contemptuous this administration would act towards law abiding citizens was when tax and bankruptcy laws were openly cast aside to benefit the UAW. The theft of money owed Chrysler’s secured creditors overturned 100 years of bankruptcy law and threatens all Fifth Amendment protections of property rights. That was just the beginning.

In addition to being socialist, many in the administration are racist. Attorney General Eric Holder, who serves at the whim of the President, is a prime example. Anyone who saw the video of the New Black Panther Party members in front of a polling station in 2008 instantly recognized their threat and intimidation. Holder dropped the slam dunk case against these men. Why? According to Justice attorney Christopher Coats in testimony before the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, there exist “a deep-seated opposition to equal enforcement of the Voting Rights Act against racial minorities and for the protection of whites who have been discriminated against.” The rule of law does not apply to unions, (non-conservative) minorities and other influential supporters of The Boss.

Can’t get Cap n Trade passed over the objections of Congress. No problem. Just turn regulation writing and enforcement over to the EPA. Can’t get amnesty for illegal aliens (new Obama voters), no problem. The Obama administration has a plan to grant legal status to illegal aliens without going through the pesky Congressional process. It is commonly referred to as “stealth amnesty.” The Obama Justice Department is on record that it will not enforce current federal immigration laws. In fact, admits that it suspended the deportation of more than 34,000 illegal aliens in 2010 alone.

So many flouts to our Constitution and rules of law and so little space for this blog. Let me conclude with the war in Libya.

With a straight face, the administration claims the President does not have to abide by the 1973 War Powers Act because we are not at war. They claim our military is just involved in a “kinetic military action” or a “limited military action.” We are dropping bombs on Libya destroying property while killing and maiming men, women and children. If a country was doing the same to us, Congress and Obama would declare an act of war immediately. Congressman Tom McClintock had this to say: “The House has just considered whether to authorize war with Libya (HR2278). It has specifically, categorically and decisively rejected it. The President is now on notice that he is in direct defiance of Congress.”

The response to Congress by mob boss Obama has been eerily similar to the famous line, “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.”

Glen A. Amos
Author of American Revolution 2010 – A Tea Party Patriots Call to Arms

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

16th In Line of Succession - Arne Duncan

The Department of Education (DoED) Secretary, Arne Duncan, has made it clear that, with or without Congress passing the Gainful Employment Regulation, he intends to move forward with overhauling the No Child Left Behind law. According to Secretary Duncan, it’s better if Congress acts but he is frustrated with the “slow motion train wreck” and is prepared to take action unilaterally.

Education & Workforce Committee Chairman John Kline (R-MN) issued a statement earlier this month which in part states: “With this regulation, the (Obama) administration has chosen to disregard the concerns of countless Americans and blatantly ignore the bipartisan will of the House of Representatives.”

According to PR Newswire, on May 9, 2011, Harry Alford, president of the National Black Chamber of Commerce, Lanny Davis, former Clinton White House Special Counsel and Mario H. Lopez, president of the Hispanic Leadership Fund, called upon the DoED to stop the potentially harmful Gainful Employment Regulation, at least until potential impacts on minority students has been evaluated.

Members of the Tea Party Patriots expressed the opinion that Mr. Duncan’s stance reflects the current Administration’s goal of neutering the Legislative Branch. They cite the EPA’s conflict with Congress over Cap & Trade and the illegal war in Libya as examples. However, it should be noted that power struggles between the Executive Branch and Legislative Branch did not begin with the election of Barrack Obama.

When asked if Mr. Duncan’s position was yet another attempt by the Obama Administration to circumvent and diminish the authority of Congress, Tom McClintock (R-CA) gave this reply: “The single most important thing the federal government can do to improve our public schools is to get its nose out of classrooms.”

Glen A. Amos
Tea Party Patriots - Citizen Journalist

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The U. S. Department of Energy was formed on August 8, 1977 by President Jimmy Carter. On October 17, 1979 the U. S. Department of Education was formed by President Carter. If anything, we are more dependent on foreign oil now than in 1977. We have no obvious energy policy other than to block the use of our own natural resources. Our public schools are a disaster; education of our children has declined while propagandizing for a one-world order, socialist agenda has permeated every level beginning in elementary and culminating in our nation’s universities.
Just how dangerous is the Department of Education?

In the spring of 2010, it was widely reported that the U. S. Department of Education was purchasing 27 Model 870 police 12-gauge shotguns to be assigned to the Office of the Inspector General (OIG). When numerous queries came in asking why the U. S. Department of Education required, or would even want, 27 shotguns with 14-inch barrels, they published the following:

“The Office of Inspector General is the law enforcement arm of the U.S. Department of Education and is responsible for the detection of waste, fraud, abuse, and other criminal activity involving Federal education funds, programs, and operations. As such, OIG operates with full statutory law enforcement authority, which includes conducting search warrants, making arrests, and carrying firearms.”

On June 7th, federal agents of the OIG served a search warrant on the home of Kenneth Wright in Stockton, CA. If that sounds innocuous, it was anything but.
About 15 federal agents broke down his door at 6AM, put him in handcuffs, grabbed him by the back of the neck and removed him from his home. Mr. Wright, who was only in his undershorts, was forced to the ground in his front yard. While he was held down with a knee in his back, the agents woke up his 3 children, ages 3, 7 and 11. Mr. Wright and his children were placed in a patrol car for 6 hours while the house was searched. The kids were traumatized and Mr. Wright, who has no criminal record, was humiliated.

It is reported that the OIG was looking for Wright’s estranged wife who does not reside at the residence. Justin Hamilton, a spokesman for the U. S. Department of Education refused to say specifically why the raid took place.

It is frightening enough that the Department of Homeland Security can terrorize law abiding citizens with impunity. Now it is the Department of Education!

Is your family next?

Glen A. Amos

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Horns of a Dilemma

Congressman Tom McClintock, CA-04, has long been a critic of the U.S. Forest Service. Now that he is Chairman of the Water and Power Subcommittee of the House Natural Resources Committee, he has the perfect forum to act on his concerns.

In the Water and Power Subcommittee Hearing last week, Chairman McClintock had this to say in connection with H. R. 489, authored by Congressman Paul Gosar: “This bill arises from the bureaucratic intransigence, megalomania and abuse that has become the new hallmark of this rogue agency.” He went on to say, “Having watched the Forest Service’s abusive behavior in my own district, I have no doubt that it is deliberately attempting to create conditions that would ultimately expel these long-established communities from the national forests. This is a pattern of abuse we are watching across the western United States.”

In a letter to USDA Forest Service Chief Thomas Tidwell dated December 22, 2010, McClintock wrote: “In May of 2009 and April of 2010, some of my California colleagues and I sent letters expressing concern with needlessly stringent travel management restrictions across Region 5. I have also had several conversations in my office with you personally in which I expressed the growing perception of my constituents that an attitude now permeates your agency that its principal purpose is to discourage the public’s use of the public’s land.” The Congressman concluded with, “During our discussions, I avowed my intention to seek redress by Congress if the Forest Service continued to drift back to the exclusionary policies of pre-Charter England. I write today to affirm that intention.” The Pacific Southwest Region, commonly referred to as Region 5, consists of 20 million acres and 18 national forests.

In January 2010, Congressman Wally Herger (CA-02) put out a statement regarding the Forest Service proposal to ban off-highway vehicles (OHVs) from its Maintenance Level (ML) 3 roads. “It is difficult to fathom how it continues to maintain its position on ML-3 roads despite the guidance of the CHP and the input of local government and stakeholders.”

Mr. Les Joslin teaches wilderness management for Oregon State University and edits the Pacific Northwest Forest Service Association’s quarterly newsletter. On March 6, 2011, Mr. Joslin posted, The Future of America’s National Forests Depends on Revised Laws and a Restored U.S. Forest Service. In this post he wrote, “Few would dispute the notion that the National Forest System and the U.S. Forest Service are impaled on the horns of a dilemma of dysfunction. On one horn is the lack of a clear-cut role for the national forests. On the other is the lack of an agency staffed by professional forest officers at all levels able to efficiently and effectively manage those lands.”

At a Regional Forest Service Roundtable on August 25, 2010, Congressman McClintock remarked: “For generations, the U.S. Forest Service maintained a balanced approach to the management of our forests …Now, it seems to be following a very different policy of exclusion, expulsion and benign neglect…”

Glen A. Amos