Our Banner

Thursday, March 22, 2018

SSN: Beyond Incompetence: Broward Sheriff Scott Israel Shouldn't Get a Second Chance

Beyond Incompetence: Broward Sheriff Scott Israel Shouldn't Get a Second Chance


March 22, 2018 

A long discovery process lies ahead in the anatomy of the Parkland massacre. But one conclusion is indisputable. Or, should be.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel should be removed.
Never mind the more than 30 ignored follow-ups on warning phone calls. Based on nothing more than his deputies' failure to adhere to their active-shooter-incident training, Israel has to go. 

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

'Mystery' Democrat Seeking Harrell's FL House District 83 Seat

'Mystery' Democrat Seeking Harrell's HD 83 Seat Swears Jensen Beach, not Jax, Is Home


March 20, 2018
Democrat Tiffany Parisi and Republican Toby Overdorf

Tiffany Parisi, a Democrat perhaps better known in Jacksonville than on the Treasure Coast, filed papers Feb. 26 to run for the House District 83 seat Gayle Harrell is vacating, and in the process challenges a Republican businessman who has been in the race for the past year.
Parisi is something of a mystery to many in the District.
 

Saturday, March 17, 2018

DHS/Fusion Centers Co-Opted To Spy On Patriots Concerned About Islam

DHS/Fusion Centers Co-Opted To Spy On Patriots Concerned About Islam


 
 Brenda Arthur received an unexpected visit on March 8 that, one week later, leaves her feeling more than a little uneasy.

At her door that day was an officer with the West Virginia State Police. He wanted to know about her involvement in a Freedom of Information request regarding a local mosque.
Arthur, who will turn 67 this summer, serves as leader of the West Virginia chapter of ACT For America, whose mission is to educate Americans about the advancement of Islamic principles in Western societies.
READ THE ARTICLE AT TECHNOCRACY NEWS... 

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

March Meeting of Members

14 March 2018 -

Rebecca Negron, MCSB
Stacy Heatherington, Rep. State Committee
The March 12th meeting of the Members of the Martin 9/12 TeaParty Committee was busy as usual. You could tell that the next election season is upon us with the appearance of candidates who need to spread the word of their hard work.

Rebecca Negron (L) spoke to the Members about issues regarding the Martin County School Board. Stacy Heatherington, Republican State Committeewoman for Martin County, is a candidate for County Commissioner for District 2 (Stuart and East Stuart). Both candidates asked for signatures for their candidate petitions.

Cynthia Lucas related the history of this Committee's work in vetting candidates in the 2010 and 2012 election cycles. The importance of examining the candidacy of our representatives before the Primaries was illustrated by recalling several disappointing performances from recently elected officials who were not proprly evaluated before receiving Party support.

Our guest speaker was Billy Vaughn (father of slain Navy Seal Aaron Vaughn) who spoke of his support of the organization known as, "Understanding the Threat." Speakers offer strategic and operational training and consulting on the threat of the global Islamic movement to law enforcement agencies across the country.

Billy Vaughn showed a Powerpoint presentation which recounted the exposure of persons in our country who have been shown to be threats to the American way of life. The real threat is known to be subversive activity which is being overshadowed by the more sensational terrorist activities around the globe. He also urged the Members to encourage all law enforcement leaders in our area to host a UTT 3-day program to recognize the threat.

The group may be contacted at www.UnderstandingtheThreat.com.

- jjm

Fundamentalist Terrorists Benefit from "Fundamental Fairness"

Fundamentalist Terrorists Benefit from "Fundamental Fairness"

by 

  • An American jury unanimously found the PLO and the Palestinian Authority (PA) liable for the terror that had been inflicted against these American citizens.
  • Late last year, the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the verdict. The Circuit's strange reasoning was that "fundamental fairness" does not allow U.S. courts to exercise civil jurisdiction over terrorists who act outside of U.S. territory.
  • American courts have long held that the Due Process Clause does not bar the federal government from freezing the assets of terrorists, bringing them to face criminal trial, or even imposing the death penalty upon them.
  • Given the Second Circuit Court's controversial decision, the case warrants an opinion from the Supreme Court.
Subscribe