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Published on Aug 28, 2013

FEMA CAMPS To Reeducate You Damit!, Obama is a damn fraud

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‘White Bitch’ Brutally Beaten in Pittsburgh, Paging Eric Holder

Ginger Slepski was driving through Pittsburgh’s North Side when a group of black teens threw things at her car. She got out and asked them “what is your problem?”

Then they proceeded to beat her senseless, calling her a “white bitch” and other racial slurs. WPXI has the video and the story.

So where is Eric Holder? Where is Jocelyn Samuels (jocelyn.samuels@usdoj.gov), the replacement for Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez who could prosecute this crime under federal civil rights laws?

Remember those? Those are the ones Eric Holder made a point to mention at the NAACP convention in Orlando, blustering that he might prosecute the acquitted George Zimmerman.

Well here’s an easy case, Eric. It won’t be too hard to prove a violation of 18 USC 249 or 18 USC 245 in this context. No outrageous self-defense defenses here.

But like in all the other similar cases you refuse to prosecute, the victim here wasn’t one of “your people.” Ginger’s parents didn’t endure the sort of garbage that your wife’s parents did down south. So she isn’t entitled to equal protection of the law, right?

Make no mistake, Ginger isn’t the only victim who won’t get justice from Justice just because of her race. Neither will the parents who were beaten at the Wisconsin State Fair. Nor will the parents in Ohio who saw thugs come on their lawn shouting racial slurs before they beat them.

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It’s An Obama World… Black Teen Rapes 93-Yr-Old White Grandmother

A DIFFERENT WAY OF CONSIDERING THE ISSUE: Is Abortion Women’s Right To Control Their Bodies? — reblogged from With All I Am

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How do we determine the morality of aborting an unborn baby? My own approach has been to say I don’t know when God endows a baby with a soul. I don’t know when God would consider killing an unborn baby murder. So why take the chance of being wrong?
Prayson Daniel  suggests a different approach.

Is Abortion Women’s Right To Control Their Bodies? from With All I Am

Do women’s rights, which include their right to health and to make fully informed decisions regarding their bodies, extend to other beings with future of values like ours inside them? Is it true that the right of women to decide what they can and cannot do with their bodies extend to foetuses existing inside their bodies? Does women’s rights to control their own reproduction include induced abortion?

Granting the notion that our bodies are our own properties; does it follow that…

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The ‘Obama Boyz’ Gang

There are four felony counts of first-degree assault, four felony counts of armed criminal action and two felonies for allegedly firing a gun from a vehicle and hitting people pending against a St. Louis suspect whom police identified as a member of the “Obama Boyz” gang.

Obama Boyz?

Is this related to President Obama’s intervention in the Trayvon Martin case in Florida when he said, “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon?”

Or is there a tie to the recent murder of Australian Chris Lane by black teens? As WND columnist Jack Cashill commented: “The drugs, the racial animosity, the violence, the attachment to the hip hop culture – if Trayvon was the son of Barack Obama, [the suspects] were his brothers. They were on the same track that Trayvon was.”

The facts in the Obama Boyz case are these: Anthony Jamal Lee, then 18, was arrested about a year ago for allegedly firing a gun out of a car and injuring several people. Police, according to local reports, said he was part of the “Obama Boyz” gang but did not elaborate.

St. Louis gang detectives and police officials all declined today to respond to WND requests for comment.

Often, gangs take their names from their neighborhoods, and in East St. Louis, there is a Barack Obama Ave. But the link between the case against Lee and the president is creating a white-hot discussion on the Internet.

According to TheBlackSphere.net: “Can’t blame this one on Bush, who surprisingly doesn’t have any street gangs named after him. Heck, even America’s first black president, Bill Clinton, doesn’t have a street gang named after him. No, that distinction is reserved for the president who has inspired black teens to ‘hope and change.’”

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The Dream is No More

Taking Back America

From American Thinker
August 28, 2013 | By Steve McCann

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Artwork by Hafeez Raji

It was an overcast, albeit relatively mild August day by Washington D.C. standards, fifty years ago today, as I joined the thousands walking along Constitution Avenue toward the Lincoln Memorial.  Many of those in the crowd who had traveled vast distances by busses and cars from all over the nation, but in particular the deep South, had a look of apprehension bordering on fear, not knowing what to expect from the police and those vehemently opposed to unfettered civil rights.  Despite the trepidation and regardless of skin color, nationality or faith all were determined to compel the nation to listen to their voices.   Little did those of us there understand or appreciate that the 28th day of August 1963 would be historic not only because of the electrifying oration delivered by Martin Luther King but…

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