Immigration/Socialism Road to Communism

My only comment is, “BARF!” Perhaps, one of the reasons why the enrollment has declined at the U of M is: Parents are sick and tired of their sons’ and daughters’ being indoctrinated as opposed to “EDUCATED,” AND THERE IS A DISTINCT DIFFERENCE.

Trump has the right idea! “America First!!!!!!”

I transported two homeless veterans today from Fort Harrison to the Poverello center, while the Governor and the City Government has agreed to accept ILLEGAL “ALIENS” into the country and provide them with all the necessities of life!

Federal monies go to sanctuary cities, so even though Missoula might embrace the concept, maybe President Elect Trump will act on his idea to defund sanctuary city monies and then watch those who are addicted to all of their entitlements, squirm, while many who enlist in the military do so, to protect those who would destroy the Republic, not to mention the hundreds of thousands of men and women who died on foreign soil to protect Freedom and Liberty, which is taken for granted today! Democrats, progressives, or liberals, or whatever label people put on advocates of a growing and controlling government———fail to realize that, incrementally, as government grows, citizens lose their freedoms and liberties, EXPONENTIALLY! Since the Constitution was signed we have been moving in the direction of a Socialist society. “Freedom is not free.” Karl Marx is alleged to have said, “SOCIALISM IS THE ROAD TO COMMUNISM,” and it appears that we are very close to plunging into that dark abyss of TOTALITARIANISM. Once our freedoms are lost, they are lost forever!

George Orwell was a man ahead of his time when he wrote the book, “NINETEEN EIGHTY FOUR!” He explains how a “totalitarian government,” or the “PARTY” keeps itself in power by “COMPLETE CONTROL OVER MAN’S ACTIONS AND HIS THOUGHTS!” Of course those of us who were raised studying history as it really happened, in the 40’s and 50’s, have a different viewpoint than those who were “indoctrinated” by those who took over our present system of education, from the 1960’s, forward! They forget that there is no FREE LUNCH! SOMEONE ALWAYS HAS TO PAY! THEY ALSO FORGET THAT A GOVERNMENT THAT CAN PROVIDE THE PEOPLE WITH ALL OF THEIR BASIC NEEDS, IS ALSO, AT THAT JUNCTURE, SUFFICENTLY LARGE ENOUGH TO TAKE AWAY EVERYTHING THAT WE HAVE. ONCE THAT HAPPENS, WE LOSE OUR STATUS AS “CITIZEN’S” AND BECOME “SUBJECTS” of the government.

The individual who aspires to make Missoula a sanctuary city and thinks that he is creating a better world for his daughter might take a trip to Cuba, North Korea, or even Russia, to observe the kind of lifestyle we are headed for, if we continue on the present path.

Nikita Kruschev, 3 ½ months, prior to his first visit to the “U.S.” said, “We cannot expect the Americans to jump from Capitalism to Communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving Americans small doses of Socialism, until they suddenly awake to find they have COMMUNISM!” “OH, WHAT A TANGLED WEB WE WEAVE, WHEN FIRST WE PRACTICE TO DECEIVE.” AMERICANS HAVE A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TODAY TO AWAKEN FROM THEIR DEEP SLUMBER AND BEGIN, AGAIN, TO RECALL WHY THIS NATION FOUGHT THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR AND ULTIMATELY ESTABLISHED OUR REPUBLIC.

NO NEW IMMIGRATION LAWS NEED TO BE PASSED! ALL WE NEED TO DO IS ENFORCE THE LAWS THAT ARE ALREADY ON THE BOOKS. THAT DOESN’T DISCOURAGE PEOPLE FROM COMING TO THIS COUNTRY. IT IS ALSO NOT UNREASONABLE TO EXPECT THAT THOSE COMING INTO THIS COUNTRY HAVE A DESIRE TO ASSIMILATE INTO OUR SOCIETY, WHO WANT TO BECOME ENGLISH SPEAKING CITIZENS. AS A NATION, WE CANNOT BECOME THE SAVIOR TO ALL THOSE WHO ARE AFFECTED BY CONFLICTS THAT EXIST THROUGH OUT THE WORLD! TO DO SO WILL DESTROY THIS GREAT EXPERIMENT AS A REPUBLIC!

My thoughts tonight. Wally

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Why Comey Didn’t Charge Hillary

BREAKING NEWS: Reason Why Comey Didn’t Charge Hillary And This SOB Is The Head Of Our FBI….        Everywhere we look, we find more CLINTON      Corruption!   When James Comey decided not to indict Hillary Clinton, the whole American public … Continue reading

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Congress At Work

The Senate will again work on a $9.4 billion water projects bill that includes $200 million for Flint, Michigan. The House will vote on tech-related bills to prohibit ticket-buying bots, and prevent agreements limiting consumers’ right to leave Yelp-like reviews. The House will also vote on bills to prohibit prisoner transfers from Guantanamo Bay, limit the President’s ability to remove countries from the list of state sponsors of terror, and finalizing a military agreement with Israel.

Water Resources | Technology | Israel | Terrorism/Guantanamo | Native Americans | Conservation & Preservation | Veterans | & More

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The Clinton Legacy  

John Birch Society members and friends

Thu Aug 18, 2016 11:15 am (PDT) . Posted by:grayghost1969

—– Original Message —–

Sent: Thu, 18 Aug 2016 07:22:18 -0400

If you’re over 35, you lived through it, so read it and
recollect. Amazing to me how much I had forgotten! For those under
35, read this, verify and don’t forget.
_____
When Bill Clinton was president, he allowed Hillary to assume
authority over an attempt at health care reform. Even after threats
and intimidation, she
couldn’t get a vote in a Democrat controlled US Congress. This
fiasco cost the American taxpayers about $13 million for studies,
promotion, and other
efforts. Then, President Clinton gave Hillary authority over
selecting a female attorney general. Her first two selections were
Zoe Baird and Kimba Wood –
both were forced to withdraw their names from consideration.
Next, she chose Janet Reno – husband Bill described her selection as
“my worst mistake.” Some may not remember that Reno made the
decision to gas David Koresh and the Branch Davidian religious sect
in Waco, Texas resulting in dozens of
deaths of women and children. Husband Bill allowed Hillary to
make recommendations for the head of the Civil Rights Commission. Lani
Guanier was her selection. When a little probing led to the
discovery of Ms. Guanier’s radical views, her name had to be
withdrawn from consideration. Apparently a slow learner,
husband Bill allowed Hillary to make some more recommendations. She
chose former law partners Web Hubbel for the Justice
Department, Vince Foster for the White House staff, and William
Kennedy for the Treasury Department. Her selections went well:
Hubbel went to prison, Foster (presumably) committed suicide, and
Kennedy was forced to resign. Many younger voters will have no
knowledge of “Travelgate.” Hillary wanted to award unfettered travel
contracts to Clinton friend Harry Thompson – and the White House
Travel Office refused to comply She managed to have them reported to
the FBI and fired. This ruined their reputations, cost them their
jobs, and caused a thirty-six month investigation. Only one employee,
Billy Dale was charged with a crime, and that of the enormous crime of
mixing personal and White House funds. A jury acquitted him of any
crime in less than two hours. Still not convinced of her
ineptness, Hillary was allowed to recommend a close Clinton friend,
Craig Livingstone, for the position of Director of White House
security. When Livingstone was investigated for the improper access
of about 900 FBI files of Clinton enemies (Filegate) and the
widespread use of drugs by White House staff, suddenly Hillary and
the
president denied even knowing Livingstone, and of course, denied
knowledge of drug use in the White House. Following this
debacle, the FBI closed its White House Liaison Office after more
than thirty years of service to seven presidents. Next, when
women started coming forward with allegations of sexual harassment
and rape by Bill Clinton, Hillary was put in charge of the “bimbo
eruption” and scandal defense. Some of her more notable decisions in
the debacle were: She urged her husband not to settle the
Paula Jones lawsuit. After the Starr investigation they settled
with Ms. Jones. She refused to release the Whitewater
documents, which led to the appointment of Ken Starr as Special
Prosecutor. After $80 million dollars of taxpayer money was
spent, Starr’s investigation led to Monica Lewinsky, which led to
Bill lying about and later admitting his affairs. Hillary’s
devious game plan resulted in Bill
losing his license to practice law for ‘lying under oath’ to a grand
jury and then his subsequent impeachment by the House of
Representatives. Hillary avoided indictment for perjury and
obstruction of justice during the Starr investigation by repeating,
“I do not recall,” “I have no recollection,” and “I don’t know” a
total of 56 times while under oath. After leaving the White
House, Hillary was forced to return an estimated $200,000 in White
House furniture, china, and artwork that she had stolen. What
a swell person – ready for another four or eight years of this
low-life fool? Now we are exposed to the unsecure keeping and
attempted destruction of beyond Top Secret emails while Hillary was
US Secretary of State and the “pay to play” schemes of the Clinton
Foundation. What “shoe will fall” next? But to her loyal
fans: “What difference does it make?” Electing Hillary
Clinton president would be like granting Satan absolution and giving
him the keys to heaven!
Please pass this on. Our way of life depends upon it.

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Honor, Courage, Commitment, Character

You’ll likely “dig” this account of L.F. Chapman III’s important character-revealing decision. He was son of the Commandant, and tragically killed way too early in his life. He had what Hillary lacks! Honor. Courage. Commitment. Character!

Semper Fi TonyO

By The Book

Phillip Jennings is an investment banker and entrepreneur, former Marine Corps Captain who flew missions in Vietnam and, after leaving the Marine Corps, flew for Air America in Laos. He won the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society short fiction award in 1998. He has a degree in business administration and is the CEO of Mayfair Capital Partners. He is the author of two novels and one non-fiction book.

He authored the following article which appeared in the May 26, 2016 edition of USA Today. It is short and should be required reading for everyone.

Secretary without honor

When I hear people say Clinton emails don’t matter, I remember a young Marine captain who owned up to his career-ruining mistake.

Apologists for Hillary Clinton’s alleged criminal mishandling of classified documents say that it doesn’t matter, that she really did nothing wrong, or nothing significant. But the real question is not so much what she did as how she has responded to being found out.

Once during the mid-1960s when I was on active duty in the Marine Corps, I was the air liaison officer for a battalion of Marines aboard 11 ships in the Mediterranean. As the air officer and a senior captain, I had a rotating responsibility for the nuclear code book, kept in the safe in the operations room of the lead amphibious squadron command ship. I shared that duty with another captain, a squared away young man, liked by all he commanded and the son of a very high-ranking Marine.

On the day our ships were leaving the Mediterranean, we met the new amphibious squadron near Gibraltar and made preparations to transfer security codes and other sensitive material to the incoming Marine battalion. The young captain was on duty and went to the operations office to pick up the code book. He was alone in the office. He removed the code book and placed it on the desk while closing the safe. In a rushed moment, he stepped across the passageway to retrieve something he needed from his quarters. Seconds later, he stepped back into the operations office and found the operations sergeant having just entered, looking down at the code book.

Against all regulations, the code book had been out of the safe and unattended. It mattered not that it was unattended for only seconds, that the ship was 5 miles at sea, or that it was certain no one unauthorized had seen the code. The captain could have explained this to the operations sergeant. He could have told the sergeant that he “would take care of it.” He could have hinted that his high-ranking dad could smooth it over.

But the Marine Corps’ values are honor, courage and commitment. Honor is the bedrock of our character. The young captain could not ask the sergeant to betray his duty to report the infraction, no matter how small. Instead, the captain simply said, “Let’s go see the colonel.”

That captain had wanted to be a Marine officer all of his life. It was the only career he ever wanted. When he reported the incident to the colonel, he knew he was jeopardizing his life’s dream. But he did it.

The results went by the book. The amphibious squadron stood down. Military couriers flew in from NATO. The codes were changed all over Europe. The battalion was a day late in leaving the Mediterranean. The captain, Leonard F. Chapman III, received a letter of reprimand, damaging his career. He stayed in the corps and died in a tragic accident aboard another ship.

I saw some heroic acts in combat in Vietnam, things that made me proud to be an American and a Marine. But that young captain stood for what makes our corps and our country great.

Clinton is the antithesis of that young captain, someone with no honor, little courage and commitment only to her endless ambition. This has nothing to do with gender, party affiliation, ideology or policy. It is a question of character — not just hers, but ours. Electing Clinton would mean abandoning holding people accountable for grievous errors of integrity and responsibility. What we already know about her security infractions should disqualify her for any government position that deals in information critical to mission success, domestic or foreign. But beyond that, her responses to being found out — dismissing its importance, claiming ignorance, blaming others — indict her beyond anything the investigation can reveal. Those elements reveal her character. And the saddest thing is that so many in America seem not to care.

I think that should be enough for today. And yesterday. And tomorrow.

 

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Missoula Call to Action July 20 2016

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New Category, Invasion USA

We all know that this refugee resettlement in US is a Trojan  invasive “horse”. So TVFM is offering this Blog site for all your comments and the updates (from your neck of the Montana woods)

Pass this along. BTW please excuse that theme pix. That black figure is looking more and more like a burqa fashion model.  Will soon be changed!

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Tax Returns vs Emails

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Week Ahead in Congress: 05/24/16

Week Ahead in Congress: Defense bill in the Senate; Energy policy & funding, Toxic Substances modernization in the House – From PopVox

 

IN THE SENATE:
S. 2613 Adam Walsh Reauthorization Act of 2016
Sponsor: Sen. Charles Grassley [R, IA]Reauthorizes the Sex Offender Management Assistance program and the Jessica Lunsford Address Verification Grant program and appropriations for the U.S. Marshals Service to locate and apprehend sex offenders who violate sex offender registration requirements.
S. 2943 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY 2017
Sponsor: Sen. John McCain [R, AZ]The Senate’s 2017 NDAA authorizes $602 billion in funding for the Department of Defense and the national security programs of the Department of Energy. It contains several policy reforms, including:

  • Large-scale procurement and contracting overhaul.
  • 25 % reduction in general and flag officers and DOD Senior Executive Service civilian employees
  • Reforms to the military health system
  • Including women in the requirement to register for selective service
  • Implementing the recommendations of the Department of Defense Military Justice Review Group

READ FULL SUMMARY

IN THE HOUSE:
S. 2012 Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2015
Sponsor: Sen. Lisa Murkowski [R, AK]The House will vote on the bipartisan conference report (combined House and Senate bill) to update a wide range of energy policies. The five-part bill includes:

  • Expedited approval processes for a range of energy projects
  • Conservation efforts, including instructing federal agencies to reduce their building energy intensity by 2.5 percent per year through FY2025
  • Cybersecurity provisions for protection of the electric grid
  • Permanent authorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund and the Historic Preservation Fund

READ FULL COMMITTEE REPORT

H.R. 5055: Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act
Sponsor: Rep. Michael Simpson [R, ID-2]

The legislation provides $37.4 billion funding for national defense nuclear weapons activities, the Army Corps of Engineers, various programs under the Department of Energy (DOE), and other related agencies.

H.R. 897: Zika Vector Control Act
Sponsor: Rep. Bob Gibbs [R, OH-7]

Eliminates the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirement for the application of pesticides authorized under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act.

Intelligence Reauthorization

H.R. 5077: The Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017
Sponsor: Rep. Devin Nunes [R, CA-22]

Authorizes appropriations forfiscal year 2017 for intelligence activities of the U.S. government, the Intelligence Community Management Account (ICMA), the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System (CIARDS), and the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB).

SECTION-BY-SECTION | COMMITTEE REPORT | FACT SHEET

Telecommunication, Emergency AccessH.R. 3998: Securing Access to Networks in Disasters Act
Sponsor: Rep. Frank Pallone [D, NJ-6]Requires a series of preparations for increasing access to communications networks during and after disasters, including:

  • (1) Allowing for mobile service at reasonable rates during emergencies when there is a mobile service outage lasting longer than 24 hours, and (2) no roaming charges during emergencies to or from 911 services.
  • Including all categories of communications service providers (currently, only telecommunications service providers) among the essential service providers that may access a disaster site to restore and repair essential services during a power outage.

H.R. 4167: Kari’s Law Act of 2016
Sponsor: Rep. Louie Gohmert [R, TX-1]
Requires multi-line telephone systems to have a default configuration that allows users to directly initiate a call to 9-1-1 (without dialing any additional digit, code, prefix, or post-fix, including any trunk-access code such as the digit “9”).

H.R. 4889: Kelsey Smith Act
Sponsor: Rep. Kevin Yoder [R, KS-3]
To require providers to provide call location information to an investigative or law enforcement officer in an emergency situation involving risk of death or serious physical injury or in order to respond to the user’s call for emergency services.

H.R. 2589: To require the Federal Communications Commission publish online changes to the rules of the Commission not later than 24 hours after adoption
Sponsor: Rep. Renee Ellmers [R, NC-2]

Veterans’ Health and Caregiving H.R. 5229: Improving Transition Programs for All Veterans Act
Sponsor: Rep. Mark Takano [D, CA-41]
Calling for a study to evaluate the effectiveness of programs, especially in regards to women veterans and minority veterans, in transitioning to civilian life.H.R. 2460: To amend title 38, United States Code, to improve the provision of adult day health care services for veterans
Sponsor: Rep. Lee Zeldin [R, NY-1]
Allowing for payment for adult day health care for a veteran eligible for, but not receiving, nursing home care.

H.R. 3956: VA Health Center Management Stability and Improvement Act
Sponsor: Rep. Mike Bost [R, IL-12]
Directs the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to develop and implement a plan to hire a director for each VA medical center without a permanent director.

H.R. 3989: Support Our Military Caregivers Act
Sponsor: Rep. Elise Stefanik [R, NY-21]
Permits independent external clinical review of a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) denial of an individual’s application to be a caregiver eligible for VA benefits; determination of the level or amount of personal care services that a veteran requires; and a revocation of benefits by the VA. Each external clinical review must be completed and the individual notified of the results within 120 days of the election.

H.R. 3715 Final Farewell Act of 2016
Sponsor: Rep. Corrine Brown [D, FL-5]
Permits funerals and memorial services of a deceased veteran at a national cemetery during weekends, other than federal holiday weekends, upon the request of the veteran’s next-of-kin made for religious or cultural reasons.

H.R. 5286: VA Construction and Lease Authorization, Health, and Benefits Enhancement Act
Sponsor: Rep. Jeff Miller [R, FL-1]
H.R. 5286 would authorize the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to enter into leases for 18 medical facilities and enhanced-use leases to provide supportive housing for veterans. The bill also would modify disability compensation for veterans by rounding payments down to the next lower dollar and authorizing payments to veterans who have lost certain organs.

Also in the House:
H.R. 496: Alabama Hills National Scenic Area Establishment Act
Sponsor: Rep. Paul Cook [R, CA-8]
Establishes the Alabama Hills National Scenic Area, comprised of approximately 18,610 acres of land in Inyo County, California.S. 184: Native American Children’s Safety Act
Sponsor: Sen. John Hoeven [R, ND]
Would expand the background check requirements for people who hold tribal positions related to the foster care of Native American children. The bill would require tribal social services agencies to complete criminal records checks of each individual who resides in or is employed by a foster care institution that serves Native American children. Under current law, those checks are required only if the tribal agency receives federal funds. S. 184 also would require tribal agencies to develop procedures to recertify the safety of foster care institutions.
H.R. 2121: To amend the S.A.F.E. Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 to provide a temporary license for loan originators transitioning between employers
Sponsor: Rep. Steve Stivers [R, OH-15]

H.R. 4139: Fostering Innovation Act of 2015
Sponsor: Rep. Kyrsten Sinema [D, AZ-9]
Amends Sarbanes-Oxley requirement that accounting firms preparing or issuing an audit for an issuer of securities shall attest to, and report on, the internal control assessment made by the management of the issuer.

H.R. 4465: Federal Assets Sale and Transfer Act
Sponsor: Rep. Jeff Denham [R, CA-10]
Establishes the Public Buildings Reform Board to identify opportunities for the federal government to reduce significantly its inventory of civilian real property.

H.R. 4487: Public Buildings Reform and Savings Act
Sponsor: Rep. Lou Barletta [R, PA-11]
Enables the General Services Administration (GSA) to facilitate consolidations, reduce space, and negotiate office space lease deals for federal buildings. The bill also strengthens authorities of the Federal Protective Service (FPS) in order to improve security at Federal buildings.

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Puerto Rico bill released with bipartisan support

On Thursday night, the House Natural Resources Committee released an updated version of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA). The bill gives Puerto Rico tools to restructure to restructure its $70 billion in debt, including the ability to reprioritize creditors. If the committee votes next week on the bill, it will set up a House floor vote in June.

This package of reforms will restore the guardrails of freedom and self-governance in Puerto Rico. It will hold Puerto Rico accountable to its debt, uncover audited financial statements, enforce fiscal responsibility and cut red tape holding down the Island’s economy. It provides tools to redirect Puerto Rico from a path of destitution towards a path of prosperity, preserving freedom and opportunity for the next generation.

Committee Chairman Rob Bishop and bill sponsor Rep. Sean Duffy

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