Please let me inherit a double share of your spirit. 2 Kings 2:1-15 I woke up late this morning. Whenever that happens I always seem to find my self behind and it takes a while to feel like I am able to rise up to whatever occasion the day brings. As I struggle to get ahead throughout the day, I remember it’s the 40th day of Easter – Ascension, the celebration of Jesus ascent into heaven after having resurrected and appearing before his disciples. Feeling like I could sure use that double share of spirit, I remembered my praise. Ascension – some days, it feels just like that.
IS THIS HOW OBAMA WILL GET HIS THIRD TERM?
As NTEB has stated for the past 5 years, Barack Hussein Obama is following the path of Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, and today’s revelation is proof of the coming police state that his administration has been working so hard to build. Hitler used the Reichstag Fire false flag event to wrest complete power over Germany out of the hands of the German people. Directive 3025.18 gives Obama even more power than that.
Since 2009, the Obama REGIME ( administration ) has placed hundreds of laws, directives and executive orders on the books just waiting for his command to activate them. This Pentagon directive from 2010 is a perfect example of Obama’s tactic of waiting to move until people have forgotten the laws he has passed.
Washington DC – A 2010 Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities…
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Perhaps there is no greater indication of the failure of American education than a video aired on The O’Reilly Factor earlier this week. On Memorial Day, O’Reilly Factor correspondent Jesse Watters headed to a Long Island beach to ask beachgoers basic U.S. history questions like “Who did America fight in the Revolutionary War?” and “What was the Civil War about?” Needless to say, the answers will make your head explode. WATCH
May 28, 2014
He wanted to commit mass murder in the name of Islam and jihad, and now he wants taxpayers to provide him clothing that reflects those same religious beliefs. And when Judge Scriven granted him permission not to stand when she entered, was she aware of the fact that Osmakac’s remaining seated signifies that he doesn’t respect Infidel laws or authorities, but only the law of Allah, and would consider standing for an American judge tantamount to idolatry — showing respect that is due only to Allah. It is, in other words, a statement of complete disrespect for and rejection of the authority of the court and of U.S. law in general. As such, it should never have been permitted in a U.S. court. But the willful ignorance is all-pervasive.
Oh, and Sami Osmakac is not an Arab. It isn’t Arab clothing he wants to wear…
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May 28, 2014
There is such a comic opera feel to all this, it’s a shame that Gilbert and Sullivan aren’t around. The U.S. is forking over another $5 billion to fight against “radical extremists” — that is, $5 billion to fight against a foe that U.S. officials are afraid to name, and officially forbidden to name. Meanwhile, the U.S. has for years now given billions to Pakistan to fight these shadowy “radical extremists,” only for the Pakistani government (which also affected high dudgeon at the killing of Osama bin Laden) to funnel a good bit of that money to those very same “extremists” — with no consequences from the U.S., of course. John Kerry is the very model of a modern Secretary of State.
Also, if al Qaeda is “on the ropes” and all that, why do we need to spend another $5 billion to fight them?
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By Robert Spencer
Terrorism is our “most direct threat.” We just can’t talk about it.
Barack Obama gave the commencement address at the United States Military Academy at West Point on Wednesday, and piled absurdity upon absurdity.
“For the foreseeable future, the most direct threat to America, at home and abroad, remains terrorism,” he said, but steadfastly refrained throughout his speech from explaining the source of that terrorism threat, much less its ideological foundation or goal. This is, of course, the President who in October 2011 placed off-limits any investigation of the beliefs, motives and goals of jihad terrorists, overseeing the scrubbing of all counter-terror training materials of all mention of Islam and jihad in connection with terrorism.
A Truth Revolt video.
In the latest FIREWALL, Bill shows why you don’t have to look very far very back at all to see ugly echoes of an ugly time. See video and transcript below:
By Ben Shapiro
America’s photo-op Commander-in-Chief.
On the day before Memorial Day, President Barack Obama secretly flew into Afghanistan for a surprise visit to the troops. “We’re going to stay strong by taking care of our wounded warriors and our veterans. Because helping our wounded warriors and veterans heal isn’t just a promise, it’s a sacred obligation … I’m here to say that I’m proud of you,” he stated.
But he wasn’t in Afghanistan out of mere pride for the troops. As usual, Obama was using the troops for political purposes. Whether he’s taking credit for their successful missions (“Today, at my direction, the United States launched a targeted operation against that compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan”) or portraying them as victims of brutal, hawkish foreign policy (we “have seen over 3,000 lives of the bravest young Americans wasted” in Iraq), the troops are but implements in Obama’s quest for political…
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By Arnold Ahlert
First Lady Michelle Obama gives us the answer.
On Tuesday, First Lady Michelle Obama took on House Republicans, criticizing their attempt to roll back the current guidelines for school lunches. “It’s unacceptable to me, not just as first lady but also as a mother,” she declared during a White House meeting with school nutrition officials. “The last thing we can afford to do right now is play politics with our kids’ health. Now is not the time to roll back everything we have worked for.”
The current standards took effect in 2010, when President Obama signed the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. Its requirements included more fruits, vegetables and whole grains to be served to students, while setting limits on sugar, sodium and fat. It also set a limit of 850 calories per meal.
While many consider the initiative a laudable goal aimed at reducing childhood obesity…
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