Gov. Jan Brewer Continues Not To Put Up With Any Crap From Anyone

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Go Arizona! This even newer Arizona law is making the usual calls of “racism” along with the same accusations from the recently signed immigration law there, but as you’ll see in the article below the bill isn’t racist at all. It’s common sense as the immigration bill is that was recently signed into law.

Gov. Jan Brewer Continues Not To Put Up With Any Crap From Anyone

Gov. Jan Brewer is quickly falling into my 3rd favorite governor slot.

Earlier this week, she signed another controversial law, which, according to the text of the actual law, aims to exclude from the curriculum of any school district or charter school in AZ, any course or class which:

1. PROMOTES THE OVERTHROW OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
2. PROMOTES RESENTMENT TOWARD A RACE OR CLASS OF PEOPLE.
3. IS DESIGNED PRIMARILY FOR PUPILS OF A PARTICULAR ETHNIC GROUP.
4. ADVOCATES ETHNIC SOLIDARITY INSTEAD OF THE TREATMENT OF PUPILS AS INDIVIDUALS.

I don’t know about you guys, but when I read that, it’s exactly the OPPOSITE of racism, and yet predictably, that’s the criticism of the law. Gov. Brewer is trying to eliminate classes which divide races and pit them against one another, and for that she’s being accused of racism.

Whizzuh Whuzzuh?

Her spokesperson said,Governor Brewer signed the bill because she believes, and the legislation states, that public school students should be taught to treat and value each other as individuals and not be taught to resent or hate other races or classes of people.” Well amen to that, sister. Enough of this multicultural, diversity crap. We’re all AMERICANS. Let’s learn about and celebrate that for a change. You guys should re-read this post, and then everyone should send Gov. Brewer a thank-you note for taking a stand. That woman freaking ROCKS.

A couple of the textbook selections for the classes in question are titled, “Pedagogy of the Oppressed” and “Occupied America: A History of Chicanos.” A guest speaker told a Tucson class that Republicans hate Latinos. And yet, people are having meltdowns over Gov. Brewer signing this HORRIBLY RACIST LAW. What in the holy hell?

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The Goracle Gets a Degree

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Here he is again, in the news, touting his “Global Warming” to the degree that UT has honored this “Native Son”.  Al Gore wasn’t born here, he moved her, and passed through here.  Most Tennesseeans think he is what he is…a blowhard. Let me post this story from WBIR tv…then look at the end for some startling facts.  To see the separation, I will highlight them in RED….

Former Vice President Al Gore received an honorary degree from the University of Tennessee during the College of Arts and Sciences graduation ceremony Friday morning.

Gore told students in a 20-minute speech that addressing climate change is the “biggest item of unfinished business” on the American agenda.

Members of the Knoxville Tea Party, Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow and even an Irish film director and journalist planned to protest the event.

Slightly more than a dozen protesters gathered outside the ceremony Friday morning, a smaller crowd than rallied on Thursday night.

“We’ll be handing out fake diplomas and mock graduation programs to people in attendance that shows facts about what Al Gore promotes, said Evan Flores with Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow.

The three groups feel Gore’s work in climate change is inaccurate.

“Global warming is a fraud. He knows it’s a fraud,” Knoxville Tea Party member Antonio Hinton said.

“I think it’s odd that the University of Tennessee is giving a degree to someone who produced a documentary that the British High Court says has nine significant errors,” film director Phelim McAleer added.

The dean of UT’s College of Arts and Sciences said Gore definitely qualifies as an accomplished Tennessean.

“Mr. Gore is a native son, a senator, a vice president and a nobel laureate,” said Dr. Bruce Bursten with the College of Arts and Sciences.

Bursten also believes Gore sparked a national and international discussion about the world’s climate.

“The scientific process is one that scientist argue all the time about the validity and the interpretation of the data. I don’t think there is any fraud involved. There are different interpretations of what the data is telling us,” the dean added.

Gore will be the third person to receive such an honor from the University of Tennessee.

The school’s previous honorary doctorates were given to former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Howard Baker and singer Dolly Parton.

Simple arithmetic from 2007 IPCC report, the DOE, the EPA, etc. using global warming potential and percentage of component in air.
95% is from water vapor
5% is from 5 green house gasses (GHG)
Only 0.28% is from man-made GHG
Therefore 99.72% of GW is natural
Only 0.117% is from man-made CO2
Only 0.066% is from man-made Methane

(Reducing the 22% of US man-made GHG by 17% by 2020 as called for by HR 2454 would reduce GW by 22% of 17% of 0.28% or by 0.010472%, or about one part in ten thousand.)

If the Kyota treaty were fully implemented it might reduce global temperature by 0.09C by 2050. But the costs to the US are mindblowing, and will only line more of Gore’s green initatives.

Al Gore is NOT a native Tennessean. He was born in Garfield Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C. He was raised in the penthouse of the Fairfax Hotel on Massachusetts Avenue in Washington, D.C. He attend St. Albans School for Boys in Washington, D.C. Al Gore is a native of the District of Columbia.



Obama, the Hypocrite

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This is a great article from the Washington Times on why Obama is such a transparent hypocrite.  Look particularly close at what he said about Harriet Myers.  Then, also look what George Bush did after she was slammed for the same.

By Wesley Pruden

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Once upon a time we could count on lawyers and law school professors to defend the First Amendment, the most important 46 words in the Constitution. Those 46 words make everything else possible. Shut up the people and the government can shut down every other freedom.

The genius of the Founding Fathers was their ability to write the Constitution in the plain English that everybody could understand. Lawyers, who can employ entire boring paragraphs to say “good morning” (many young women have dozed off while their lawyer swains were on their knees with a proposal of marriage) would inflict damage later.

A good lawyer, or even a bad one, can put loopholes in any proposal. To wit, Elena Kagans explanation of the First Amendment. It’s perfectly OK, she wrote in the University of Chicago Law Review, for the government to restrict free speech as long as it means well and calls it something else. The word “restrictions” sounds bad, like a leather restraint, but Mzz Kagan’s “redistribution of speech” can sound benign, like free cheese. Who doesn’t like cheese? She argued that the government can employ Orwellian restrictions on speech if it thinks such speech might “harm” others, either by direct action or inciting someone else to take direct action. Who gets to decide when such restrictions are imposed for the greater good? Why, the government, of course.

Here’s how the Founding Fathers, ever suspicious of ambitious Lilliputians, wrote the guarantee of free speech: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or of the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” Note that the First Amendment does not say that Congress “should” make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or that it would be nice if it didn’t. The operative words are “shall make no law.”

The Constitution has “evolved” since then, of course, and now the liberal left, led by the Warren Court and its bastard progeny, has discovered all manner of “emanations” and “penumbra,” like an embedded Da Vinci code, that the Constitution doesn’t really mean what the words say it means. What part of “shall” can Mzz Kagan not understand?

She does not identify, exactly, what speech the government could regard as inflicting such “harm” as to justify suspending the Constitution, but she offers as examples incitement to violence, “hate speech” and “fighting words.” Since certain friends of the White House have suggested that “tea party” activists may have already been guilty of sedition, we can imagine what some of the violations might one day be.

President Obama’s selection of Mzz Kagan is of a piece with what is emerging as his operating philosophy of government. The president’s thin skin, his irritation with constructive criticism, is well known, and we can all be sympathetic. Who among us relishes criticism? But he’s not content to retire to the cosseting comfort of the Oval Office to sulk. He complained to the Class of ’10 at Hampton University the other day that Internet blogs, certain cable television networks and talk radio make life tough and inconvenient at the White House. Mzz Kagan’s “redistribution of speech” could fix this.

Elena Kagan has no large body of work that makes it easy to see what kind of justice she might be. This is the most important reason the president selected her. The White House is trying to keep her away from even the most polite questions until she has to face softballs from sympathetic senators. He expects quick partisan confirmation. So he can’t object to the despised pundits, bloggers, cable-TV commentators and radio talk-show hosts and guests speculating from whatever meager hints and clues they find in her past. Mr. Obama himself is the model for these speculators.

He was frustrated by the lack of a paper trail for Harriet Miers, the White House lawyer for George W. Bush and a Supreme Court nominee whom Elena Kagan, with her abundant inexperience, resembles in many ways. Mr. Obama, then a very junior U.S. senator, called Mzz Miers “a blank slate” and said that “in the absence of a judicial record” she would have to be more forthcoming, and the White House would have to be more forthcoming, in answering fundamental questions about who she really was. Mr. Bush, properly chastened by the uproar over the Miers nomination, much of it led by conservatives, summoned the grace to withdraw the nomination.

What does a True Conservative Look Like?

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Look for this guy to show up in National Circles! Here’s hoping he sticks to his guns…

3rd Graders Sing about our Soldiers

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I just had to post this…this absolutely says it all!

Get a free copy of the sheet music for this thank you song to soldiers at www.restored.faithweb.com. This is the Tussing Elementary 3rd grade class singing a sincere thank you to our brave and strong soldiers, men and women, past and current, for protecting us in times of war and peace. THANK YOU!

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