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Thursday, December 31, 2015

Trump On Gun Rights. Agree With Him?

Shots Fired! Donald Trump New Statement On Gun Control Will Have MILLIONS FURIOUS!

Donald Trump is not known for being sensitive or beating around the bush. His straight talking is what helped skyrocket him to the top of conservative polls and redefined American politics as we know it. Well, today, the gloves are off and The Donald is telling the world EXACTLY where he stands on the 2nd Amendment.
“The Second Amendment to our Constitution is clear. The right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed upon. Period,” the paper began.
But Donald Trump doesn’t stop there.
  • Right to Bear Arms cannot be infringed upon
  • Enforce current gun control laws with more conviction
  • Protect people who use a gun in self defense legally
  • Increase Prison sentence for violent offenders
  • Interstate concealed carry
  • Allow US military members to carry arms with them on base
According to Conservative Tribune,
Trump went on to explain that the right to keep and bear arms is a right that pre-exists both the government and the Constitution, noting that government didn’t create the right, nor can it take it away.
He also rightly denoted the Second Amendment as “America’s first freedom,” pointing out that it helps protect all of the other rights we hold dear.
In order to protect and defend that right, Trump proposed tougher enforcement of laws that are already on the books, rather than adding new gun control laws.
Citing a successful program in Richmond, Virginia, that sentenced gun criminals to mandatory minimum five-year sentences in federal prison, Trump noted that crime rates will fall dramatically when criminals are taken off the streets for lengthy periods of time.
Trump also proposed strengthening and expanding laws allowing law-abiding gun owners to defend themselves from criminals using their own guns, without fear of repercussion from the government.
Noting that many of the recent high-profile shooters had clear mental problems that should have been addressed, Trump proposed fixing our nation’s broken mental health system by increasing treatment opportunities for the non-violent mentally ill, but removing from the streets those people who pose a danger to themselves and others.
Trump would do away with pointless and ineffective gun and magazine bans and suggested fixing the current background check system already in place, rather than expanding a broken system.
Furthermore, Trump proposed a national right to carry, a national concealed carry reciprocity law that would compel states to recognize the concealed carry permits of any other state, exactly as drivers licenses from anywhere are accepted by all states today.
Finally, Trump would lift the prohibition on military members carrying weapons on military basesand in recruiting centers, allowing trained military members to carry weapons to protect themselves from attacks by terrorists, criminals and the mentally unstable, as we have seen recently.

WOW! Trump usually shies away from specifics but there is no questioning where he stands now! I’ll just sit back and wait for the “social justice warriors” to begin their whining! Maybe that could be another article on its own…

A Good Reason To Be A Good Guy

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Need A Job--ISIS Is Hiring!! Take A Look At Their "Want Ads"

ISIS Recruiting for Chefs, Auto Mechanics, Bomb-Makers, Fitness Trainers

Over the past few days, ISIS supporters have been circulating job openings in the Islamic State ranging from bomb maker to chef and fitness trainer.
The online posting was pulled from the "Message Of A Mujahid" video released this past spring by jihadist Abu Sa'eed Al-Britani -- aka Omar Hussain, a former grocery employee from southern England.
Hussain frequently writes PR, including an appeal for doctors to come to the Islamic State and a detailing of the "culture clash" that Western jihadis experience in the caliphate, including Arabs who walk off with other guys' shoes and Chechens who throw their weight around.
In his listing of 10 jobs in the Islamic State, Hussain acknowledges that not everyone who might want to come join ISIS wants to fight, though "the distinction between a boy and a man is the act of fighting."
Not surprisingly given the priority ISIS places on media, the first job listed is in this realm -- given, he argues, ISIS' need to push back on the mainstream media. "All praise is due to Allah that Dawlah [Islamic State] has a strong foot on the media, but imagine if there was no internal media from us, so many misconceptions would be unanswered, so many arguments would not have been refuted. We would be totally silent in the face of the vicious onslaught from the media."
Hussain then recruits for ISIS' healthcare sector, noting that their hospitals are sometimes "packed" and sometimes "the assistance, care and supervision of many brothers goes unchecked" due to a lack of doctors and assistants, including ISIS members who have been disabled in fighting.
"I do not wish to sound harsh, but my brother please fear Allah, stop treating the Kuffar [disbelievers] and come treat the wounds of your brothers," he says.
Next on the recruitment list: chefs.
The kitchens where cooking is done for the jihadists "are about 30km behind enemy lines so it's safe from all firing," Hussain explains.
To make sure that food, supplies, weapons and fighters are transported to the front lines, ISIS also wants mechanics to keep up their fleet of white pickups. "Vehicles play a big role in the work we do. Indeed it is a vital tool for a mujahid in all aspects of daily life," he notes.
"And many times while driving over rocky terrain or over fields, and the continuous usage, they get damaged and parts get broken. So our own mechanics are very useful. Being a mechanic at the Dawlah garage is very handy and also a very rewardable job. So if you know mechanics, work in the Dawlah garage and assist the mujahidin with your skills."
And then there's the bomb-making department.
"Ever wondered who assembles the cars and trucks that the brothers drive for their martyrdom operations? Ever wondered who makes the explosive belts? Ever wondered who places bombs on the roads between us and the enemy? The brothers in the bomb making department are the core and backbone of nearly every operation," says Hussain. "...Imagine the reward in preparing a car packed with explosives for a brother to go detonate in enemy lines; you would get the same reward as the brother who pushes the button and sends 50 kuffar to hell."
Others are needed just to man checkpoints around ISIS territory "where we mostly catch evil doers trying to smuggle" banned items such as cigarettes. "A fun and rewarding job indeed," promises Hussain.
Next he makes a pitch to teachers: "Imagine the reward in nurturing a child upon tawhid and jihad."
"The mujahidin spilt their blood for the establishment of the state, so the least we can do in appreciation and gratitude for them is to help bring up their kids with the correct Islamic teachings," he notes.
And ISIS wants everybody from jurists to office clerks to work in the Sharia courts. "Oh, and spies get executed on the spot, so good luck to any kafir reading this who thinks he can get in!" Hussain adds.
The ninth job is something Hussain says he tried himself in Raqqa "and it is a very enjoyable task": Islamic police. "They are the ones who carry out the public lashings and beheadings," he says. "They walk the streets with their sticks, punishing all those who break the law."
Finally, Hussain stresses that the Islamic State could use a few good personal trainers.
"Some brothers come in with a lot of extra 'barakah' [blessings] on them which needs to be burnt off, likewise some training camps also teach grappling, knife attacks and defenses, as well as all sorts of other defense tactics," he said. "These are very important for a mujahid to learn and if you are good at any of these, you could train the new brothers in these camps. Fitness is important and if you want you can be every new mujahid’s first personal trainer."

Obama's "Economic Revival" Will Soon Crash.

Unhappy New Year: The U.S. Economy Is Stalling Out

The Fiscal Times 
A big point is being lost in buzz of the holidays, end-of-year excitement and the market’s hubbub over the start of the first Federal Reserve policy tightening campaign in more than a decade: America's economy is stalling.
If the trend continues, stocks could weaken as the calendar flips into 2016.
Just look at the recent data.
The Dallas Fed’s Manufacturing Activity index dropped to its lowest reading since May, dragged down by a decline in new orders. Ongoing weakness in manufacturing underscored a 0.4 percent drop in core capital goods orders in November. Core capital shipments were down 0.5 percent. This was well below expectations and led Capital Economics to reiterate their Q4 GDP growth estimate of just 2.0 percent.
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Last week, the National Association of Realtors showed existing home sales coming in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.76 million in November, a 10.5 percent drop from October and below the 5.40 million consensus estimate. This was the weakest result in 19 months. The NAR blamed the result on sparse inventory and affordability issues resulting from higher prices.
The week before, we learned that U.S. industrial production dropped 0.6 percent in November, a month-over-month decline not seen in three-and-a-half years. While mild weather is playing a role, lessening the demand on utilities, readings were soft overall, reflecting a slowdown in global demand for U.S. products as a result of the dollar's recent strength.
It's likely that financial markets will grow increasingly concerned about the Fed's more aggressive rate hike forecast for 2016, which calls for four 0.25 percent hikes, while futures are pricing in between two and three hikes. A faster rate of Fed tightening could very well result in further economic weakness at a time of vulnerability.
This is the message of the Atlanta Fed's GDPNow real-time tracking estimate of Q4 GDP growth, which has fallen to a low of 1.3 percent as consumer spending is expected to be less robust this holiday shopping season (their "nowcast" for Q4 real consumer spending growth fell from 2.6 percent to 2.1 percent).
The result of the loss of momentum has been a fresh decline in the Citigroup Economic Surprise Index, which tracks where the economic data come in relative to expectations. When the data is better than analysts are estimating, the line rises. When it's weaker, the line falls.
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As you can see, the index (in yellow) has returned to early 2015/late 2014 lows that were, at the time, caused by severe winter weather. Stocks have historically underperformed when this happens — but the relationship has been more or less broken since the Fed launched the QE3 bond-buying stimulus in 2012.
With interest rates moving higher for the first time since 2006, will 2016 be the year the weak stocks/weak economy relationship is restored? We're about to find out.
Technically, stocks are on the precipice, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling back below its 50-day and 200-day moving averages. The stochastic indicator, a measure of momentum strength in the lower pane of the chart below, has flashed a sell signal.
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Don't expect much movement until a few days into 2016, when recent concerns about low commodity prices, stalled corporate earnings growth, rising interest rates, troubles in China and weak economic data eclipse the seasonal strength of the "Santa Claus" tailwinds stocks enjoy this time of year.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

A View Of Israel That No Country Can Duplicate

23 Things You Will Only See in Israel

A perfect parking job….

More Women fly F-16’s in Israel than drive cars in Saudi Arabia.

Hasidic family crossing sign….

Soldiers who bring their kids to work..

Sudoku while swimming..

The reason 7-Elevens are never robbed in Israel…

Israel is the only country where army reservists are commanded by officers younger than their own children.

An entire country comes to a halt

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, a siren goes off at 10 AM in Israel in memory of the 6,000,000 Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust. As the siren wails all activity comes to a halt, including traffic on major highways.

Israel is one of the only countries where the sun sets into the Mediterranean Sea.

Kosher McDonalds

Atheists who believe in God…

Remarkable Diversity

Wedding photos like this...

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Your date brings her M-16…

A hasidic family dressed like this…

Supermodels who serve in the army…

No cars on the road for an entire 24 hours…


Road Signs like this..

Taxi police cars?

A Hasidic Peter Pan

And Spiderman…

Generations Collide