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Thomas Jefferson once wrote that in drafting the Declaration of Independence, he meant simply to furnish an “expression of the American mind.” Yet Jefferson did more than just articulate the moment. This nation was founded not on blood or ethnicity, but on an idea: that of natural human equality. The writings and deeds of Jefferson gave life to that idea and shaped the American mind. His legacy is our dedication to individual rights, religious liberty, and the importance of education.  

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From the beginning, Americans have looked with special favor on Thomas Jefferson, who penned the immortal words of our Declaration of Independence. With great eloquence, he dedicated our nation to the proposition that all men are created equal, endowed with unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi­ness.

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Russia Special Counsel Mueller Worked with Radical Islamic Groups to Purge Anti-Terrorism Training Material Offensive to Muslims 

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Ooops - meant to Post on Pope ... but will leave it here on Constituti since the character of a special counsel is of vital importance in ensuring that our Constitution is honoured, and our right to govern ourselves is NOT violated. I am not encouraged - Mueller is a close friend of the sleaze-bag ought-to-be-imprisoned James Comey and does not have a good record when it came to the 'Ashcroft hospital affair' under President Bush. I believe that Mueller will prove out to have any extremely anti-Trump attitude - explaining his longevity under Bush and Hussein.Ø .

http://www.theburningplatform.com/2017/05/20/russia-special-counsel-mueller-worked-with-radical-islamic-groups-to-purge-anti-terrorism-training-material-offensive-to-muslims/

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Now that Robert Mueller has been appointed special counsel to investigate if Russia influenced the 2016 presidential election it’s worth reiterating his misguided handiwork and collaboration with radical Islamic organizations as FBI director. Judicial Watch exclusively obtained droves of records back in 2013 documenting how, under Mueller’s leadership, the FBI purged all anti-terrorism training material deemed “offensive” to Muslims after secret meetings between Islamic organizations and the FBI chief. Judicial Watch had to sue to get the records and published an in-depth report on the scandal in 2013 and a lengthier, updated follow-up in 2015.

As FBI director, Mueller bent over backwards to please radical Islamic groups and caved into their demands. The agency eliminated the valuable anti-terrorism training material and curricula after Mueller met with various Islamic organizations, including those with documented ties too terrorism. Among them were two organizations— Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)—named by the U.S. government as unindicted co-conspirators in the 2007 Holy Land Foundation terrorist financing case. CAIR is a terrorist front group with extensive links to foreign and domestic Islamists. It was founded in 1994 by three Middle Eastern extremists (Omar Ahmad, Nihad Awad and Rafeeq Jaber) who ran the American propaganda wing of Hamas, known then as the Islamic Association for Palestine.

The records obtained as part of Judicial Watch’s lawsuit show that Mueller, who served 12 years as FBI chief, met with the Islamic organizations on February 8, 2012 to hear their demands. Shortly later the director assured the Muslim groups that he had ordered the removal of presentations and curricula on Islam from FBI offices nationwide. The purge was part of a broader Islamist operation designed to influence the opinions and actions of persons, institutions, governments and the public at-large. The records obtained by Judicial Watch also show similar incidents of Islamic influence operations at the Departments of Justice and State, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Obama White House.

Here are some of the reasons provided by Mueller’s FBI for getting rid of “offensive” training documents: “Article is highly inflammatory and inaccurately argues the Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist organization.” It’s crucial to note that Mueller himself had previously described the Muslim Brotherhood as a group that supports terrorism in the U.S. and overseas when his agency provided this ludicrous explanation. Here’s more training material that offended the terrorist groups, according to the FBI files provided to Judicial Watch: An article claiming Al Qaeda is “clearly linked” to the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing; The Qur’an is not the teachings of the Prophet, but the revealed word of God; Sweeping generality of ‘Those who fit the terrorist profile best (for the present at least) are young male immigrants of Middle Eastern appearance;’ conflating Islamic Militancy with terrorism. The list goes on and on.

Mueller’s actions have had a widespread effect because many local law enforcement agencies followed the FBI’s lead in allowing Islamic groups like CAIR to dictate what anti-terrorism material could be used to train officers. Among them are police departments in three Illinois cities— Lombard, Elmhurst and Highland Park—as well as the New York Police Department (NYPD). In the case of the Lombard Police Department, CAIR asserted that the instructor of a training course called “Islamic Awareness as a Counter-Terrorist Strategy” was anti-Muslim though there was no evidence to support it. Like the FBI, Lombard officials got rid of the “offensive” course. The NYPD purged a highly-acclaimed report that’s proven to be a critical tool in terrorism investigations after three New York Muslims, two mosques and an Islamic nonprofit filed a lawsuit.

Considering Mueller’s role in much of this, it makes him a bizarre choice to lead the heated Russia investigation. The goal, apparently, is to determine of Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election and if President Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with Russian officials. In the Justice Department announcement, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein describes Mueller as person who qualifies to lead the probe because he exercises a degree of independence from the normal chain of command. “Special Counsel Mueller will have all appropriate resources to conduct a thorough and complete investigation, and I am confident that he will follow the facts, apply the law and reach a just result,” according to Rosenstein.




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The Single Most Powerful Person in the United States 

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The single most powerful man in this country is NOT POTUS, nor any other elected official.

The single most powerful man is the man who is vote #5 in any 5-4 SCOTUS decision - in this case Justice Neil Gorsuch.

Here is the first vote by Neil Gorsuch as a Supreme Court Justice. It is not his vote that is most noteworthy - what is most shaking is that this would be a 5-4 decision. That should bother us - and point out just how precarious the state of Our Republic has actually become.

From SultanKnish - aka. Daniel Greenfield

Thursday, May 18, 2017
Good vs. Evil in the Supreme Court
Posted by Daniel Greenfield

A few months after lefty activists crowded Washington D.C. for the Women’s March, activists from many of those same organizations went to bat for a serial rapist and murderer.

Ledell Lee’s victims were all women. While he was on trial for the rape and murder of Debra Reese, the testimony of three of his rape victims was presented. Lee had made a habit of knocking on doors and asking to borrow some tools to see whether a woman’s husband might be home.

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Re: First Amendment: Fresno State SUPPORTS - their health Prof does not and gets sued. GOOD ! 

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The extreme hypocrisy of leftists is astounding, Professor. However, I am no longer as amazed by their ridiculously fake persona as I used to be ... years and years and years of personal experience with the abject intolerance, exclusivity, prejudice, meanness of spirit, and hatred at the core of leftists have, for me, long stripped away the masks from their lies about themselves ... lies that only they cluelessly find completely believable, now. Leftists on campus desperately want to turn all students into fragile snowflakes so they can transform all universities from open-minded institutions of higher education and learning into close-minded institutions of indoctrination. Good for any students who resist the siren call of leftists to demean and dumb them down.




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Hat tip to Students and Organizations with GUTS to stand up to these leftist fascists !!!

Shame on those students who went along with the prof, ATTEMPTING (but not succeeding) to silence those with whom they disagree.

Fresno State Prof. to Pro-Life Students: “College campuses are not free speech areas”

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Gets Sued By Student Group For Removing Pro-Life “Chalking” Messages

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The Prof to Student:

Video footage shows Greg Thatcher, a professor of public health, scrubbing out messages like “women need love, not abortion” with his shoe and instructing other students to do the same. Thatcher claimed that the messages would only be allowed in a designated “free speech area” on campus, and says in the video that “college campuses are not free speech areas.”

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However, Fresno State no longer has such a free speech zone, and an official said in a statement Thursday that “our entire campus is open and supports freedom of expression.”

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Official Statement from Fresno State:
“Fresno State supports and defends the right of students to free speech and the peaceful expression of ideas on campus. The university’s policy is clear: free speech on campus is not limited to a “free speech zone” or any other narrowly defined area. Universities have an obligation to encourage the free expression of ideas, values and opinions.

The students who wrote the chalk messages received prior university approval and were well within their rights to express themselves in this manner.

Those disagreeing with the students’ message have a right to their own speech, but they do not have the right to erase or stifle someone else’s speech under the guise of their own right to free speech. We are reviewing this matter and take the situation very seriously.”

-Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro

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Not so fast, say, too, the Alliance Defending Freedom who have filed suit [embedded below] on behalf of the students.

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Travis Barham, an attorney with Alliance for Defending Freedom – a Christian nonprofit that is representing the students – said he hopes the case will be used to warn professors across the country about students’ rights to free speech.

“No university professor has the authority to roam the campus, silencing any student speech he happens to find objectionable and recruiting students to participate in this censorship,” Barham said. “Like all government officials, professors have an obligation to respect students’ free speech rights. And they should encourage all students to participate in the marketplace of ideas, rather than silencing those with whom they happen to differ. The professor’s actions here represent a flagrant violation of the First Amendment.”

Students for Life of America also issued a statement condemning the professor’s actions.
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First Ammendment: Fresno State SUPPORTS - their health Prof does not and gets sued. GOOD ! 

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Fresno State Prof. to Pro-Life Students: “College campuses are not free speech areas”

Posted by Fuzzy Slippers Friday, May 12, 2017 at 11:30am

Gets Sued By Student Group For Removing Pro-Life “Chalking” Messages

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The Prof to Student:

Video footage shows Greg Thatcher, a professor of public health, scrubbing out messages like “women need love, not abortion” with his shoe and instructing other students to do the same. Thatcher claimed that the messages would only be allowed in a designated “free speech area” on campus, and says in the video that “college campuses are not free speech areas.”

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However, Fresno State no longer has such a free speech zone, and an official said in a statement Thursday that “our entire campus is open and supports freedom of expression.”

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Official Statement from Fresno State:
“Fresno State supports and defends the right of students to free speech and the peaceful expression of ideas on campus. The university’s policy is clear: free speech on campus is not limited to a “free speech zone” or any other narrowly defined area. Universities have an obligation to encourage the free expression of ideas, values and opinions.

The students who wrote the chalk messages received prior university approval and were well within their rights to express themselves in this manner.

Those disagreeing with the students’ message have a right to their own speech, but they do not have the right to erase or stifle someone else’s speech under the guise of their own right to free speech. We are reviewing this matter and take the situation very seriously.”

-Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro

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The lawsuit:

Not so fast, say, too, the Alliance Defending Freedom who have filed suit [embedded below] on behalf of the students.

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Travis Barham, an attorney with Alliance for Defending Freedom – a Christian nonprofit that is representing the students – said he hopes the case will be used to warn professors across the country about students’ rights to free speech.

“No university professor has the authority to roam the campus, silencing any student speech he happens to find objectionable and recruiting students to participate in this censorship,” Barham said. “Like all government officials, professors have an obligation to respect students’ free speech rights. And they should encourage all students to participate in the marketplace of ideas, rather than silencing those with whom they happen to differ. The professor’s actions here represent a flagrant violation of the First Amendment.”

Students for Life of America also issued a statement condemning the professor’s actions.
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Re: Texas Becomes 11th State to Call for Article V Convention

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Well, New York IS still part of the United States, so it should be on the map. Californi-cation -not so sure. *s*

New York - active legislation (almost definitely from some of the rural Republicans still in that state) - BUT .. it will NEVER pass in New York - we both know, and assume that as a written in stone reality.

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Many thanks for that clarification!

Map shows NY. What a shock.


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On Thursday, May 4, 2017, the Texas legislature passed a resolution calling for a Convention of States for the purpose of proposing amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The resolution (SJR2), having a total of 72 co-authors, was passed 217 to 213 as nearly 250 supporters watched from the Gallery.

The resolution comes after the Senate passed its own version on February 28, making the Lone Star State the 11th state to call for a convention as outlined in Article V of the Constitution.

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In order to prevent what opponents call a “runaway convention,” each state’s application must specify an amendment subject matter or matters to be address. Should two-thirds of the states submit applications pertaining to the same subject matter, an Article V convention of the states shall be called by the U.S. Congress. The specified topics to be addressed are limited to the following three areas: imposing fiscal restraints on the federal government, limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and setting term limits for its officials and for Members of Congress.


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Re: From James Madison (1751-1836), fourth (1809-1817) President of the United States, Political Observations (1795): 

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Understood, must factor in, always. He really jumped on the question, too eager to discount it, no apparent proof...

He was FBI, now head of the Soufan Group, think tank with newsletter. Speaks intelligently (except for questions like mine!)...




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Oh - don't get me wrong, Linda - I appreciate the update. Had to look up that FBI agent, he has received accolades for his work against AlQ .... but, it must be noted .... He IS a muslim, and taquiya is a central doctrine of islam wrt to 'ethical' behaviour when dealing with us infidels.


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On Thursday, May 4, 2017, the Texas legislature passed a resolution calling for a Convention of States for the purpose of proposing amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The resolution (SJR2), having a total of 72 co-authors, was passed 217 to 213 as nearly 250 supporters watched from the Gallery.

The resolution comes after the Senate passed its own version on February 28, making the Lone Star State the 11th state to call for a convention as outlined in Article V of the Constitution.

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In order to prevent what opponents call a “runaway convention,” each state’s application must specify an amendment subject matter or matters to be address. Should two-thirds of the states submit applications pertaining to the same subject matter, an Article V convention of the states shall be called by the U.S. Congress. The specified topics to be addressed are limited to the following three areas: imposing fiscal restraints on the federal government, limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and setting term limits for its officials and for Members of Congress.




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Oh - don't get me wrong, Linda - I appreciate the update. Had to look up that FBI agent, he has received accolades for his work against AlQ .... but, it must be noted .... He IS a muslim, and taquiya is a central doctrine of islam wrt to 'ethical' behaviour when dealing with us infidels.




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I'm with you on that, but felt it only right to report what he said, since I mentioned it previously.


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... but they are both very active in South America.

Thanks for the update, Linda. I take any 'they are not working with this group or that group' with a huge grain of salt. They all serve the same master - fighting, uniting, fighting again - but always the infidel is their common enemy.


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... but they are both very active in South America.

Thanks for the update, Linda. I take any 'they are not working with this group or that group' with a huge grain of salt. They all serve the same master - fighting, uniting, fighting again - but always the infidel is their common enemy.




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btw, had a meeting with Ali Soufan and he said alQ and Iran aren't working together in S. America.


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... hyup ... many of those in our own elected government.


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