Give me liberty or give me death… Patrick Henry
The Internal Revenue Service is being investigated over claims that it denied tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code to Tea Party and other conservative organizations because of their political views and beliefs. Lawsuits are pending over the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive donor and tax information by the IRS. On Nov. 29, 2013, the IRS issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that would broadly widen the definition of “candidate-related political activity” for 501(c)(4) nonprofit organizations, restricting the ability of groups like the NRA and the Sierra Club to engage in political advocacy. Does this proposed regulation violate the First Amendment rights of nonprofits and their members? What is the status of the litigation and the investigations being conducted by Congress and the Justice Department? Are the IRS scandal and the current regulatory proposal a coordinated effort to stifle criticism of the government? Two campaign finance experts, including a lawyer representing conservative organizations and a former chairman of the Federal Election Commission, along with two journalists who have extensively covered the IRS scandal, will discuss these issues. The panel will be moderated by a former FEC commissioner.
Elliot Rodger went on a shooting rampage in Santa Barbara, California. He is son of Peter Rodger The Hunger Games assistant director. He was raised in the movie culture of Hollywood. His writings say so much about the values he learned from movies and violent video games.
Here are a few quotes from writings.
- Sex Obsessed: ‘I’m 22 years old and I’m still a virgin. I’ve never even kissed a girl,’ he says in the video.
- Sex Obsessed: ‘College is the time when everyone experiences those things such as sex and fun and pleasure. But in those years I’ve had to rot in loneliness. It’s not fair. You girls have never been attracted to me.
- Sex Obsessed: ‘I don’t know why you girls aren’t attracted to me. But I will punish you all for it,’ he says in the video, which runs to almost seven minutes. He promises to ‘punish’ women and lays out a ‘retribution’ plan.
- Violent & Sex Obsessed: ‘I’m going to enter the hottest sorority house of UCSB and I will slaughter every single spoilt, stuck-up, blonde s*** that I see inside there,’ he says.
- Sex Obsessed: ‘All those girls that I’ve desired so much, they would have all rejected me and looked down on me as an inferior man if I ever made a sexual advance towards them.
- Violent & Sex Obsessed: ‘I’ll take great pleasure in slaughtering all of you. You will finally see that I am, in truth, the superior one. The true alpha male.
- The 22-year-old wrote that “the ultimate evil behind sexuality is the human female.” He added that they “think like beasts” and “should not have the right to choose who to mate and breed with.”
- In his perfect society, Rodger would be the Earth’s “divine ruler,” where he would quarantine all women in concentration camps and then starve them to death.
- Rodger plotted his “Day of Retribution” and set it for April 26, 2014, but later delayed it because of an illness.
- He planned to kill people by first luring them into his apartment and then wrote he would sneak into a sorority house and “slaughter every single one of them with my guns and knives” before driving to his father’s house to kill his little brother and stepmom.
- Police visited him after he uploaded a series of disturbing YouTube videos. They left and he said he was thankful “all suspicion” of him was later “dropped.”
- Rodger details throughout his manifesto that he filled a void in his life with violent video games starting at a young age.
Elliot Rodgers was a victim of Hollywood’s value system. Hollywood’s Elliot Rodgers got the message from the movie and television culture that he should have sex as often as he feel the urge to have sex. If he could not have his primal urges satisfied, he should use violence to get what he wanted. The entertainment industry has taught him unless he had multiple sexual encounters before leaving high school or college, then he was a total looser.
Elliot Rodger was taught murder was an except-able form of entertainment through violent video games. Video games add an enhanced reality to educating people on how to kill. When virtual violence will no longer satisfy the blood lust then young men take killing into the real world. They find the easiest gun free zone, and start killing people for real.
Isn’t it amazing. Liberals think nothing of banning cigarettes and big gulp drinks but can’t bring themselves to ban violent video games. Progressives think nothing of teaching kindergarteners how to put condoms on cucumbers, then wonder why their little darlings are need abortions while still children.
Hollywood’s culture promotes both sexual promiscuity and violence and has led to another mass murder.
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Alone Yet Not Alone (Song) Performed by Joni Eareckson Tada
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — In an exceedingly rare move, an Oscar nomination has been rescinded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
On Tuesday evening the Academy’s Board of Governors voted to disqualify the Best Original Song nomination for “Alone Yet Not Alone,” by composer Bruce Broughton and lyricist Dennis Spiegel. Read More …
Published on Nov 21, 2013
This song is featured in the movie Alone Yet Not Alone, ready for release June 13th, 2014. For more information, please visit www.aloneyetnotalone.com.
This beautiful rendition of the song Alone Yet Not Alone is performed by Joni Eareckson Tada (www.joniandfriends.org). Quadriplegic, Joni Eareckson Tada with limited lung capacity due to her disability, had her husband, Ken, pushing on her diaphragm while she recorded the Oscar-nominated song to give her enough breath to hit the high notes.
Wall Street adviser:
Actual unemployment is 37.2%, ‘misery index’ worst in 40 years
JANUARY 21, 2014 AT 1:08 PM|
Don’t believe the happy talk coming out of the White House, Federal Reserve and Treasury Department when it comes to the real unemployment rate and the true “Misery Index.” Because, according to an influential Wall Street advisor, the figures are a fraud.
In a memo to clients provided to Secrets, David John Marotta calculates the actual unemployment rate of those not working at a sky-high 37.2 percent, not the 6.7 percent advertised by the Fed, and the Misery Index at over 14, not the 8 claimed by the government.
Marotta, who recently advised those worried about an imploding economy to get a gun, said that the government isn’t being honest in how it calculates those out of the workforce or inflation, the two numbers used to get the Misery Index figure.