The Gay-in-Chief “Exposes” Himself Once Again: Excited About Knocking Down DOMA, Makes Time To Call Gay Couple. Why? Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

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“…Bringing down America is not only Obama Inc’s mission, but the goal of every anti-American regime, red and green….”

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Adina Kutnicki

One has to understand some basic constructs to discern what lies beneath the transformation of America. This week’s castration of DOMA is less about the interpretation of the law, as opposed to – once again – tearing down the edifice of traditional America. As such, internal anti-American putsches are not disparate events. They are invariably linked, even if seemingly disjointed. The gutting of DOMA was deeply in play, even if it seems that the Supreme Court was merely rendering a judicial verdict. But in order to see past the surface, a few basic ingredients are necessary to recognize what’s what. Root by root.

Basically, over many decades, a disinformation campaign has been imported from communist infiltrators into America’s power centers. But its revolutionary core came to fruition…

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NFL Has ‘No Plans’ to Work With Obama Administration to Help Promote Obamacare

Despite being encouraged by the federal government to help promote President Barack Obama’s health care law, an NFL spokesman on Friday said the league has “no plans” to work with the White House regarding the implementation of “Obamacare.”

The Department of Health and Human Services has reportedly reached out to the NFL — as well as the NBA and MLB — to help pitch the health care overhaul to its audience, particularly younger Americans. Earlier this week, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the NFL and a “variety of sports affiliates” had been “enthusiastically engaged” with the administration regarding the idea.

On Friday, Brian McCarthy, vice president of communications at the NFL, said in an email that the league has responded to letters from members of Congress.

“We currently have no plans to engage in this area and have had no substantive contact with the administration about (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s) implementation,” McCarthy wrote.

Sens. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and John Cornyn (R-Texas) recently warned the NFL that teaming up with the Obama administration to help promote Obamacare would “risk damaging” its nonpartisan reputation.

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Today in history: June 28

Sheeple: People unable to think for themselves

In 1965, President Johnson authorized the first U.S. ground combat forces in Vietnam

Members of an American army combat platoon survey the situation from a watery rice paddy as they prepare to advance on a Viet Cong sniper position.
Members of an American army combat platoon survey the situation from a watery rice paddy as they prepare to advance on a Viet Cong sniper position.
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June 28

On this day. 1836: James Madison died. He was the fourth president, serving between 1809-17. Madison is known as “Father of the Constitution,” because he was its principal author; in 1788, he wrote more than a third of the Federalist Papers, still the most influential commentary on the Constitution itself.

Madison helped bring the capital to what is now Washington, saying it needed to be secure after citizens attacked Congress in Philadelphia in 1783. But Washington wasn’t secure. After vowing to defend “every inch” against the British in the War of 1812, Madison fled; the city was torched.

On this day. 1965: President Lyndon Johnson…

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Bert and Ernie Come Out in New Yorker Magazine

The New Yorker magazine has gone where almost no one has dared to go before. The new cover depicts Bert and Ernie from “Sesame Street” lovingly watching the Supreme Court on TV rule in favor of gay marriage.

Bert and Ernie gay? When director Peter Spears went there in his 2002 short film “Ernest and Bertram,” Childrens’ Television Workshop shut him down instantly.

Now Obama watching Americans’ credit cards

No warrants and no probable cause have been no problem for the Obama administration in its work to collect detailed financial information on millions of Americans, according to a new report.

Wait, you say, wasn’t the Obama administration already collecting details about phone calls? Yup. And the content of prayers of Christian groups? Affirmative. And how about the phone records of reporters? Yes, again.

But none of that has slowed the administration’s strategy to collect – without warrants – detailed data about how Americans spend their money, use their credit and pay their bills.

The documents confirming the effort were released today by Judicial Watch, the Washington watchdog organization that tracks down, investigates and presses for prosecution of federal crimes.

“The Obama administration’s warrantless collection of the private financial information of millions of Americans is mind-blowing. Is there anything that this administration thinks it can’t do?” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

“These documents show that the Consumer Financial Protection Board is an out-of-control government agency that threatens the fundamental privacy and financial security of Americans. This is every bit as serious as the controversy over the NSA’s activities.”

It was the National Security Agency that was revealed to have been collecting data without warrants on the phone calls of millions of Americans.

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