December 2013


SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Back in October, California Gov. Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown (l) signed into law Assembly Bill 1024, amending Section 6064 of the Business and Professions Code, relating to attorneys.

The bill, drafted by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzales (below), D-San Diego, and the California Latino Legislative Caucus, authorizes the California Supreme Court to “admit an applicant as an attorney at law in all the courts of the state, upon certification by the examining committee of the State Bar of California that the applicant has fulfilled the requirements for admission to practice law, as specified.”

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And: Translators required for invaders applying for driver’s authorization cards

Never mind that Mexican matricula consular cards are notorious for being bogus documentation and usually issued by the Mexican consulate to invaders in the U.S.…

Written road signs are still in English in Nevada; however, invaders are not required to carry a translator with them when driving. What happens if the invader is in an accident? Whether the police have to scramble to find a translator of the invader’s particular language or the invader has to find a translator, the burden (cost) of translation always falls on the U.S. tax paying citizen. So work harder tools, the invaders (and their advocates) are counting you.

And: Thousands of invaders seek ‘driving privilege card’ in Maryland

DENVER – Gov. John Hickenlooper has ordering flags lowered to half-staff Wednesday in honor of Claire Davis, the student slain in the Arapahoe High School shooting.

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Billionaire investor Ken Langone has told New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan that Pope Francis may be hurting fundraising projects for the Roman Catholic Church with his controversial criticism of capitalism.

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Say, that reminds me…

Though the majority of occidental Christians have no idea, Christmas actually starts on the 25th of December and ends the 6th of January (The Epiphany).

Bill Clinton will make a very public display of affection for Bill de Blasio Wednesday when the former president swears in New York City’s incoming mayor at a ceremony outside City Hall — cementing a longstanding relationship that could be a boon for Hillary Clinton if she runs for president.

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Speaking of Wicked Witch of the East Hillary Clinton…

And: PRUDEN: Betrayal that whitewash won’t cover

State officials said Monday they expect the online system for submitting applications for concealed carry permits to be fully operational when it opens to gun owners Sunday.

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Just as the media hysteria over the “knockout game” had started to wane, news out of Texas ratcheted up the anxiety over unprovoked racial attacks.

Or maybe not.

There definitely was a “knockout” attack.
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[For the record, 5:24 p.m. PST, Dec. 30: A previous version of this post incorrectly referred to Marajh as African American.]

Gee Wally, what else did the LA Slimes incorrectly publish?

See Also: Colin Flaherty: A Hate Crime In Texas

Colin Flaherty is an award-winning reporter and author of White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.

And: Charlottesville Newspaper Shuts Down Comments on Knockout Game Report for ‘Hateful Nature’

And: Ithaca woman gets 47 stitches on her face after racially motivated hate crime attack

ALBANY, N.Y. — Nearly a year after passage of New York state’s new gun law, dealer sales of popular AR-15 semi-automatic rifles have ended in New York and arrest data show more than 1,000 gun possession charges in New York City were boosted from misdemeanors to felonies because of the changes.

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Originally posted Feb.13th 2011

Contact for Chindo18Z: Chindo18Z@hotmail.com

The following is the first installment in a series of articles on Emergency Preparedness by our Guest Contributor, Chindo18Z, a 30+ year member of the US Army Special Forces.  Topics are wide-ranging: Preparedness Philosophy … Equipment Selection …Contingency Plans … Food, Water, Shelter, Signals, Medical, Navigation … Eating Your Neighbors … Bugging Out, Bugging In, and Getting Home Alive Ahead of 1,000,000 Hungry Zombies.  Perhaps a smattering of Pronouncements on International Affairs, and Foreign Policy Suggestions that Nobody in Washington will ever Entertain, and Oh Yeah … a Bit of Focus on Weaponry too.

(Note:  This article was originally published in 2011.  Some described prices for firearms and ammunition have increased greatly since then.  As well, ready retail availability of recommended firearms and ammo is more problematic due to drastically increased consumer demand. You probably should have bought yours when first recommended. Lesson learned.)

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An unknown group of people placed two professionally made banners on both sides of an overpass in Knoxville. The banners appear to be part of a growing trend. Similar banners have been hung on overpasses or displayed near highways in other states.

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Stories Here and Here and Here and Here

‘They just come for a better life’ and law abiding citizen tax payers get to pay for it.

And: Corrupt Cameron County Sheriff Omar Lucio wants wetbacks to find a better way to enter the U.S. illegally

And: Will America become a third world country in 2014?

Become? We’re there!

And: LINDER LETTER: IMMIGRATION REFORM WILL BE THE ISSUE OF 2014


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