June 2015


The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) will participate alongside the Mexican Air Force in a tactical exercise, AMALGAM EAGLE 15, to be conducted June 30 to July 2, 2015.

Mexico and the United States will participate in a strategic response to an illegal flight entering the airspace between the bordering countries.

“AMALGAM EAGLE 15 is designed to enhance air control procedures between both countries and lay the foundation to streamline a bi-national response,” as outlined in a press release from the Directorate of Public Affairs of NORAD press release.

Along with major military participants from both countries, the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) and the Transportation Security Agency (TSA) will play roles in the exercise alongside counterparts from Mexico’s federal government.

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The United States must take aggressive “climate action” to avoid tens of thousands of  deaths annually and prevent economic damages of up to $5 trillion, according to the Obama administration’s latest—and most alarming—assessment on the ills of global warming.

It’s yet another call to action by the administration, which has repeatedly used scare tactics to gain support for its outrageous and disastrous “green” initiatives. In this case the frightening government warning got delivered in an extensive report published by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The document, compiled by a group of expert environmentalists, is being promoted by the bloated agency as “one of the most comprehensive analyses to date on the economic, health and environmental benefits to the United States of global climate action.”

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I find Cornel West, a black professor, complaining of White Supremacy, which he believes our black President needs to remedy. Obama, he says, is “niggerized.”

“A niggerized black person is a black person who is afraid and scared and intimidated when it comes to putting a spotlight on white supremacy and fighting against white supremacy,” West said.

I would like to explain to Professor West a few things about this dread supremacy:

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From the National Academy of Engineering, it appears the ‘White Man’ brought about the greatest engineering achievements of the “20th century that shaped the world”.

This is merely the top 20 list:

Electrification, Automobile, Airplane, Water Supply and Distribution, Electronics, Radio and Television, Agricultural Mechanization, Computers, Telephone, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Highways, Spacecraft, Internet, Imaging, Household Appliances, Heath Technologies, Petroleum and Petrochemical Technologies, Laser and Fiber Optics, Nuclear Technologies, High-performance Materials.

Undocumented “trans and queer leaders” held a “die-in” by the White House Tuesday to demand an end in detention of lesbian, gay, bisxexual, transgendered and queer illegal immigrants.

It was organized by the group United We Dream, a youth immigrant group.

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Colorado Springs police arrested a man Tuesday who told KRDO NewsChannel 13 that he posted racist signs outside of two churches and around the city.

Vincent Broughton, 44, faces charges for a bias motivated crime, disorderly conduct, harassment and littering.

The signs were first posted outside the New Covenant Church of God in Christ near downtown Colorado Springs. Many referenced the KKK. The signs were posted less than two weeks after the deadly mass murder at a historic African-American church in South Carolina.

On Monday morning, three signs were found outside the Relevant World Christian Cultural Center near downtown Colorado Springs.

One sign downtown had Broughton’s phone number.

“I did it. Probably about 100 or so, I’d come downtown everyday and put up the posters,” said Broughton.

He admitted to posting the signs all around town.

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More than 1,000 immigrants have died in the Rio Grande Valley since 2005, the majority of whose bodies remain unidentified, because local authorities lack the resources to investigate their deaths and to extract their DNA.

But a bill signed June 22 by Gov. Greg Abbott tasks the Texas Forensic Science Commission (TFSC) with establishing methods of extracting DNA and other forensic evidence from unidentified bodies found less than 120 miles from the Texas border.


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I am convinced that Barack Obama’s strategy to swamp America with immigrants Muslim and Mexican was inspired by his watching Star Trek: The Next Generation, which was broadcast between 1987 and 1994. What he likely took away from the series was a plan very similar to that of the Borg. As Jean-Luc Picard, commander of the Enterprise, said of the Borg:  “In their collective state, the Borg are utterly without mercy; driven by one will alone: the will to conquer. They are beyond redemption, beyond reason.”

You know what the Borg are, don’t you? That interstellar beehive of conquered worlds, using the enslaved as disposable pawns in that will to power? “Resistance is futile.” Resist, and you die. Submit, and you survive as a numbered cipher in service to the Collective.

That was a good plan, Obama must have thought, while he was “community organizing” in Chicago and teaching – or maligning or mis-teaching with tongue in cheek – constitutional law at the University of Chicago, as a “visiting fellow.”  He was going to “fix” this country. It was too “white.” Too beholden to the “flawed” Constitution. Too European.  He had a plan to swamp the country with Muslims and Mexicans, that is, with any real Mexicans or Central Americans passing through Mexico to enter the U.S.

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Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced Thursday that Simeon Adams, 18, has pleaded guilty for the murder of Nathan Trapuzzano.

In a court hearing, Adams admitted to shooting and killing Trapuzzano on West 16thStreet in the early morning hours of April 1, 2014. Prosecutors believed Adams tried to rob Trapuzzano while he was on his daily morning walk.

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Obama: How is everybody doing today? (Applause.) Well, I want to welcome everybody to the South Lawn. And usually, it’s broiling hot when we have our congressional picnic, so this is one of those days where we actually welcome a little cloud cover.

I’m going to be very brief because I want to shake as many hands as I can — although I want to warn in advance, I can’t do a selfie with everybody. (Laughter.)

AUDIENCE MEMBER: How about a kiss?

THE PRESIDENT: A kiss I can give you. (Laughter.)

My main message, as is always true at this wonderful event, is just to say thank you. America faces enormous challenges. We face the challenge of making sure that the economy works for everybody and everybody has opportunity. We have international challenges from terrorism to climate change. But the thing that always gives me confidence that we’re going to meet these challenges is because the American people are good and they are decent, and we’ve got a democracy that, as frustrating and messy as it can be sometimes, still represents the best hope for freedom and prosperity for any society.

And we are the longest, continuous democracy on Earth. We have set the model and the tone for people around the world who aspire to the values that we cherish so dearly. There’s a reason why, from every corner of the globe, striving, hopeful, talented people still want to come to the United States of America. And our job, together — mine as President, and those of you who are serving in Congress — is to make sure that we are true to that commitment and true to those values.

And obviously, democracy can be contentious. There are times where people have deep, principled disagreements. But I hope that events like today remind us that ultimately we’re all on the same team — and that’s the American team. (Applause.)

I also want to say thank you to the families, because there is enormous burdens that are placed on the spouses and the children of those who serve in Congress. I know — and Michelle knows really well — the nature of those burdens. And for you to sacrifice in your own ways is the only way that we are able to serve. And so we are very, very grateful for your support and your sacrifice.

And for the members of the staffs who are here, we want to say thank you as well, because you make us look good. And you have all the sacrifices but you don’t always get the attention. And we know that you work really, really hard to make this possible as well. So we are grateful to you.

So I want everybody to have fun. (Applause.) Eat up. And I do want to also say how wildly impressed I was at the quality of baseball when I went out to Nat Stadium the other day. (Applause.) You guys actually looked like you knew what you were doing! (Laughter.) Flake, I saw you, man, at bat. You were all right. (Laughter.)


The United States of America is founded as a Constitutional Republic (individual liberties) and NOT a gawd damned democracy (mob rule). The two forms of government are NOT synonymous.

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