Impeach Obama for Benghazi?

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in Words from Past Chairmen | 0 comments

Judge Jeanine has articulated the best argument for impeachment to date. Once you hear her argument, you’ll see why the democrat leadership is planning to protest the House Special Committee headed by Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.). There IS no truthful counter-argument. Judge Jeanine: Mr. President you have not protected us Why wouldn’t we impeach Obama for...

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Incremental Sharia Law

Posted by on May 2, 2014 in Words from Past Chairmen | 0 comments

Much of the public is still ignorant to the ways Sharia Law ( a.k.a. Political Islam ) is incrementally implemented on an unsuspecting public. It is skillfully forced on non-muslims by pressuring small government entities and privately-owned businesses under the guise of religious requirements for muslims. There are too many instances of this political / religious pressure to pass on here, but as an example, it was reported a couple years ago that the Atlanta airport now has foot-baths to accommodate muslim rituals. This year, we saw that a public school in Tennessee sent students home with notes telling parents that pork products would not be allowed in school lunches. ( Thankfully, those parents pushed back immediately, and that mandate was rescinded.) The following story is another example of Sharia Law being forced on an unwilling public through private enterprises because of the pressure applied on them by the muslim community: Did Subway Really Cut Bacon and Ham From 185 Stores Due to Islamic Demand?  This is on the heels of another little-reported story telling of the pressure muslims are putting on English government:  British politician arrested after speech quoting Churchill’s take on Islam  FOX News · 23 hours ago While the corporation sites differ, those of us who follow developments like this know better. They were pressured, and they caved. Subway could have opened a new chain of sandwich shops targeting muslims, under another name, but they didn’t. I will personally not do business with Subway in the future, but I’m not calling for a boycott either. We still live in a Republic, and you are free to frequent whomever you like. However, I do think you have a right to know what Subway has done so you can make an informed decision for your personal choices.   In Liberty, Steve Osborn SCTP Chairman   “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor”. signed, our founding Fathers     WE  THE  PEOPLE  The Price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance...

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