Monday, January 15, 2018

Anchor Babies

In Elk vs Wilkins, 112 US 94, the Supreme Court ruled the 14th Amendment did NOT grant Indians citizenship.

The Supreme Court stated: "No one can become a citizen of a nation without its consent."

WHY was the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 necessary?

The fact that the illegal alien parents of a baby born in America are NOT subject to the jurisdiction thereof and owe allegiance to a foreign power they can NOT produce an American citizen! To put it beyond doubt that all persons, white or black, and whether formerly slaves or not, born or naturalized in the United States, and owing NO allegiance to any alien power, should be citizens of the United States and of the state in which they reside.

That is why illegal aliens are deported and NOT charged with a crime under US laws or violating US immigration laws! 8 US Code § 1325 - Improper entry by alien!

The criminal act of entering a country uninvited, unannounced, and in violation of that country's laws is NEVER rewarded with citizenship!

There is NO such thing as an anchor baby!

Const. art. 2, § 1; art. 1, § 8. By the thirteenth amendment of the constitution slavery was prohibited. The main object of the opening sentence of the fourteenth amendment was to settle the question, upon which there had been a difference of opinion throughout the country and in this court, as to the citizenship of free negroes, (Scott v. Sandford, 19 How. 393;) and to put it beyond doubt that all persons, white or black, and whether formerly slaves or not, born or naturalized in the United States, and owing no allegiance to any alien power, should be citizens of the United States and of the state in which they reside.

Amendment XIV Section 1.
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Indian Citizenship Act of 1924
Before the Civil War, citizenship was often limited to Native Americans of one-half or less Indian blood. In the Reconstruction period, progressive Republicans in Congress sought to accelerate the granting of citizenship to friendly tribes, though state support for these measures was often limited. In 1888, most Native American women married to U.S. citizens were conferred with citizenship, and in 1919 Native American veterans of World War I were offered citizenship. In 1924, the Indian Citizenship Act, an all-inclusive act, was passed by Congress. 

H.R. 3004: Kate’s Law

These elected representatives voted against the safety of the Citizens of America and for the continued protection of criminal illegals!
  1. Sewell, Terri
    AL 7th
  2. Grijalva, Raúl
    AZ 3rd
  3. Gallego, Ruben
    AZ 7th
  4. Huffman, Jared
    CA 2nd
  5. Garamendi, John
    CA 3rd
  6. Thompson, Mike
    CA 5th
  7. Matsui, Doris
    CA 6th
  8. Bera, Ami
    CA 7th
  9. McNerney, Jerry
    CA 9th
  10. DeSaulnier, Mark
    CA 11th
  11. Pelosi, Nancy
    CA 12th
  12. Lee, Barbara
    CA 13th
  13. Costa, Jim
    CA 16th
  14. Khanna, Ro
    CA 17th
  15. Eshoo, Anna
    CA 18th
  16. Lofgren, Zoe
    CA 19th
  17. Panetta, Jimmy
    CA 20th
  18. Carbajal, Salud
    CA 24th
  19. Brownley, Julia
    CA 26th
  20. Chu, Judy
    CA 27th
  21. Schiff, Adam
    CA 28th
  22. Cárdenas, Tony
    CA 29th
  23. Sherman, Brad
    CA 30th
  24. Aguilar, Pete
    CA 31st
  25. Lieu, Ted
    CA 33rd
  26. Torres, Norma
    CA 35th
  27. Ruiz, Raul
    CA 36th
  28. Bass, Karen
    CA 37th
  29. Sánchez, Linda
    CA 38th
  30. Roybal-Allard, Lucille
    CA 40th
  31. Takano, Mark
    CA 41st
  32. Waters, Maxine
    CA 43rd
  33. Barragán, Nanette
    CA 44th
  34. Correa, Luis
    CA 46th
  35. Lowenthal, Alan
    CA 47th
  36. Vargas, Juan
    CA 51st
  37. Peters, Scott
    CA 52nd
  38. Davis, Susan
    CA 53rd
  39. DeGette, Diana
    CO 1st
  40. Polis, Jared
    CO 2nd
  41. Perlmutter, Ed
    CO 7th
  42. DeLauro, Rosa
    CT 3rd
  43. Himes, James
    CT 4th
  44. Blunt Rochester, Lisa
  45. Lawson, Al
    FL 5th
  46. Soto, Darren
    FL 9th
  47. Castor, Kathy
    FL 14th
  48. Hastings, Alcee
    FL 20th
  49. Frankel, Lois
    FL 21st
  50. Deutch, Theodore
    FL 22nd
  51. Wasserman Schultz, Debbie
    FL 23rd
  52. Wilson, Frederica
    FL 24th
  53. Bishop, Sanford
    GA 2nd
  54. Johnson, Hank
    GA 4th
  55. Lewis, John
    GA 5th
  56. Scott, David
    GA 13th
  57. Hanabusa, Colleen
    HI 1st
  58. Gabbard, Tulsi
    HI 2nd
  59. Rush, Bobby
    IL 1st
  60. Kelly, Robin
    IL 2nd
  61. Gutiérrez, Luis
    IL 4th
  62. Quigley, Mike
    IL 5th
  63. Davis, Danny
    IL 7th
  64. Krishnamoorthi, Raja
    IL 8th
  65. Schakowsky, Jan
    IL 9th
  66. Schneider, Bradley
    IL 10th
  67. Foster, Bill
    IL 11th
  68. Bustos, Cheri
    IL 17th
  69. Visclosky, Peter
    IN 1st
  70. Carson, André
    IN 7th
  71. Loebsack, David
    IA 2nd
  72. Yarmuth, John
    KY 3rd
  73. Richmond, Cedric
    LA 2nd
  74. Pingree, Chellie
    ME 1st
  75. Sarbanes, John
    MD 3rd
  76. Brown, Anthony
    MD 4th
  77. Hoyer, Steny
    MD 5th
  78. Delaney, John
    MD 6th
  79. Raskin, Jamie
    MD 8th
  80. Neal, Richard
    MA 1st
  81. McGovern, Jim
    MA 2nd
  82. Tsongas, Niki
    MA 3rd
  83. Kennedy, Joseph
    MA 4th
  84. Clark, Katherine
    MA 5th
  85. Moulton, Seth
    MA 6th
  86. Capuano, Michael
    MA 7th
  87. Amash, Justin
    MI 3rd
  88. Kildee, Daniel
    MI 5th
  89. Levin, Sander
    MI 9th
  90. Dingell, Debbie
    MI 12th
  91. Conyers, John
    MI 13th
  92. Lawrence, Brenda
    MI 14th
  93. Walz, Timothy
    MN 1st
  94. McCollum, Betty
    MN 4th
  95. Ellison, Keith
    MN 5th
  96. Nolan, Richard
    MN 8th
  97. Thompson, Bennie
    MS 2nd
  98. Clay, Lacy
    MO 1st
  99. Cleaver, Emanuel
    MO 5th
  100. Titus, Dina
    NV 1st
  101. Rosen, Jacky
    NV 3rd
  102. Kihuen, Ruben
    NV 4th
  103. Shea-Porter, Carol
    NH 1st
  104. Norcross, Donald
    NJ 1st
  105. Pallone, Frank
    NJ 6th
  106. Sires, Albio
    NJ 8th
  107. Pascrell, Bill
    NJ 9th
  108. Payne, Donald
    NJ 10th
  109. Watson Coleman, Bonnie
    NJ 12th
  110. Lujan Grisham, Michelle
    NM 1st
  111. Luján, Ben
    NM 3rd
  112. Suozzi, Thomas
    NY 3rd
  113. Rice, Kathleen
    NY 4th
  114. Meeks, Gregory
    NY 5th
  115. Meng, Grace
    NY 6th
  116. Velázquez, Nydia
    NY 7th
  117. Jeffries, Hakeem
    NY 8th
  118. Clarke, Yvette
    NY 9th
  119. Nadler, Jerrold
    NY 10th
  120. Maloney, Carolyn
    NY 12th
  121. Espaillat, Adriano
    NY 13th
  122. Crowley, Joe
    NY 14th
  123. Serrano, José
    NY 15th
  124. Engel, Eliot
    NY 16th
  125. Lowey, Nita
    NY 17th
  126. Maloney, Sean
    NY 18th
  127. Tonko, Paul
    NY 20th
  128. Slaughter, Louise
    NY 25th
  129. Butterfield, G.K.
    NC 1st
  130. Price, David
    NC 4th
  131. Adams, Alma
    NC 12th
  132. Beatty, Joyce
    OH 3rd
  133. Kaptur, Marcy
    OH 9th
  134. Fudge, Marcia
    OH 11th
  135. Ryan, Tim
    OH 13th
  136. Bonamici, Suzanne
    OR 1st
  137. Blumenauer, Earl
    OR 3rd
  138. Schrader, Kurt
    OR 5th
  139. Brady, Robert
    PA 1st
  140. Evans, Dwight
    PA 2nd
  141. Boyle, Brendan
    PA 13th
  142. Doyle, Mike
    PA 14th
  143. Cicilline, David
    RI 1st
  144. Clyburn, Jim
    SC 6th
  145. Cohen, Steve
    TN 9th
  146. Green, Al
    TX 9th
  147. Gonzalez, Vicente
    TX 15th
  148. O’Rourke, Beto
    TX 16th
  149. Jackson Lee, Sheila
    TX 18th
  150. Castro, Joaquin
    TX 20th
  151. Green, Gene
    TX 29th
  152. Johnson, Eddie
    TX 30th
  153. Veasey, Marc
    TX 33rd
  154. Vela, Filemon
    TX 34th
  155. Doggett, Lloyd
    TX 35th
  156. Welch, Peter
  157. Scott, Bobby
    VA 3rd
  158. Beyer, Donald
    VA 8th
  159. Connolly, Gerald
    VA 11th
  160. DelBene, Suzan
    WA 1st
  161. Larsen, Rick
    WA 2nd
  162. Kilmer, Derek
    WA 6th
  163. Jayapal, Pramila
    WA 7th
  164. Smith, Adam
    WA 9th
  165. Heck, Denny
    WA 10th
  166. Pocan, Mark
    WI 2nd
  167. Moore, Gwen
    WI 4th
  168. Gosar, Paul
    AZ 4th
  169. Nunes, Devin
    CA 22nd
  170. Napolitano, Grace
    CA 32nd
  171. Scalise, Steve
    LA 1st
  172. Cummings, Elijah
    MD 7th
  173. Long, Billy
    MO 7th
  174. Stivers, Steve
    OH 15th
  175. Chaffetz, Jason
    UT 3rd
  176. McEachin, Donald
    VA 4th

Thursday, January 11, 2018

More Demonrat Controversy
For New York Democrat, Pamela Harris, the entitlements of her job as an assemblywoman extended far beyond what the rest of us, the “little people” who vote for their representatives, can even hope for at our jobs.

The assemblywoman has been indicted and faces 30 years if convicted for a slew of crimes associated with a long-running scam to siphon off funds meant for victims of Hurricane Sandy – and her benefits go far beyond medical and dental insurance!

Harris, 57, defrauded the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) of $25,000 using the money to pay for cruise vacations, shopping – and Victoria Secret lingerie.

The Democrat has been charged by the Department of Justice with wire fraud, making false statements, bankruptcy fraud, witness tampering and obstructing justice for defrauding after the hurricane swept through New York and New Jersey wiping out infrastructure and damaging, sometimes destroying, homes and businesses, forcing residents to rebuild or relocate.
WHY did Fema buy $1 Billion dollars  worth of disposable coffin liners (human remains containers that will hold the ashes of 4 adults), 14 million body bags, 140 million long-life meals or MREs?
WHY did the government buy 30,000 guillotines (capable of killing 30 Million people in 10 hours)?
Still think he didn't pocket money illegally?
Mayor Bill de Blasio will sue the country’s five biggest oil companies alleging climate change and global warming led to Hurricane Sandy and its catastrophic fallout and the companies should pay for the city’s resiliency upgrades.

The de Blasio administration will announce Wednesday that the city will sue for reparations and force the companies to pay for the city’s resiliency efforts, which have taken years to complete, when the storm, in 2012, devastated the city, killing 53 people across the state costing more than $19 billion.

The mayor will also call on several of the city’s pension funds to divest from oil companies, two sources with knowledge of the announcement confirmed to POLITICO, a 'source' that is known to be less than accurate!

WHY does America continue to destroy the environment with drilling, fracking, and mining?

There are two types of biofuel: biodiesel and ethanol.

Ethanol is made from grains (corn, barley, wheat, etc) or sugar cane, but can also be made from the inedible parts of most plants. It is frequently used as a biofuel, but usually blended with petrol. Cars designed to run on petrol can only tolerate a 10% addition of ethanol to petrol; flexible fuel cars can use an up to 80% ethanol mix. In Brazil, where vast amounts of sugar cane are grown for biofuel, some cars can run on 100% ethanol.

Biodiesel is a renewable, biodegradable fuel manufactured domestically from vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled restaurant grease. It is a cleaner-burning replacement for petroleum diesel fuel. Biodiesel meets both the biomass-based diesel and overall advanced biofuel requirement of the Renewable Fuel Standard.

Hemp oil can and should replace both Ethanol and biodiesel.

Scientific Name: Cannabis sativa
Common Name: Hemp
Family: Cannabaceae

Why? The hemp plant can be completely processed. Every part can be used to replace every product created with fossil fuels, and even make plant-based plastics, durable paper and military grade fabric.

Hemp can yield 3 to 8 dry tons of fiber per acre - Four times more than an average forest can yield. Hemp cultivation requires no chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizer.

How? It does so by way of Phytoremediation… a natural decontamination from plants. Hemp is really good at this, especially when it comes to radiation. Hemp is more efficient and effective, than other plants, at removing, breaking down, and neutralizing harmful contaminants.

Growing hemp filters and decontaminates the soil, it also helps to replenish the nitrogen and nutrients found in soil that plants need to grow and thrive.

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Extreme weather - Real or Man Made

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) - The European Union called the project a global concern and passed a resolution calling for more information on its health and environmental risks. Despite those concerns, officials at HAARP insist the project is nothing more sinister than a radio science research facility.

This weapon was brought into the world over a hundred years ago by Nikola Tesla and patented by Bernard Eastlund. US PATENT #4,686,605 - For example, in the late 1950's and early 1960's both the United States and U.S.S.R. detonated a series of nuclear devices of various yields to generate large numbers of charged particles at various altitudes, e.g., 200 kilometers (km) or greater. This was done in order to establish and study artificial belts of trapped electrons and ions. These experiments established that at least some of the extraneous electrons and ions from the detonated devices did become trapped along field lines in the earth's magnetosphere to form artificial belts which were stable for prolonged periods of time. For a discussion of these experiments see "The Radiation Belt and Magnetosphere", W. N. Hess, Blaisdell Publishing Co., 1968, pps. 155 et sec.

Still another approach is described in U.S. Pat. No. 4,042,196 wherein a low energy ionized gas, e.g., hydrogen, is released from a synchronous orbiting satellite near the apex of a radiation belt which is naturally-occurring in the earth's magnetosphere to produce a substantial increase in energetic particle precipitation and, under certain conditions, produce a limit in the number of particles that can be stably trapped. This precipitation effect arises from an enhancement of the whistler-mode and ion-cyclotron mode interactions that result from the ionized gas or "cold plasma" injection.

The technology is covered under US Patent 4,686,605 on the “Method and Apparatus for Altering a Region in the Earth’s Atmosphere, Ionosphere, and/or Magnetosphere.”

An increase of 1 Celsius in the atmosphere is more than enough to initiate a significant weather perturbation. Bear in mind that all gases move from high to low pressure, and gas pressure is directly proportional to its temperature.

The European Union requested an investigation of HAARP to establish "its legal, ecological and ethical implications before any further research and testing." The United States has repeatedly refused such an investigation on the grounds of 'national security.'
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, is a scientific endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the ionosphere. Operation of the research facility was transferred from the United States Air Force to the University of Alaska Fairbanks on Aug. 11, 2015, allowing HAARP to continue with exploration of ionospheric phenomenology via a land-use cooperative research and development agreement. The USAF claimed this facility was closed in 2015.

Don't believe they are controlling the weather?

Watch this: (posted May of 2014) from about 3:00 to 3:20 of the video Dr. Walker admits the HAARP devices were designed to control the ionosphere and they have moved on to others ways of controlling it!

With that in mind, here are the extreme weather patterns in North America, primarily the US, since 1896.

There is plenty of information on Youtube look for HAARP, Ionospheric Heaters, or air force controls the weather! It's not a conspiracy theory - they have admitted they are 'experimenting' with Earth!

They can create earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and devastating weather!

1896 Eastern North America heat wave killed 1,500 people in August 1896.

1901 eastern United States heat wave killed 9,500 in the eastern United States.

1936 – The 1936 North American heat wave during the Dust Bowl, followed one of the coldest winters on record—the 1936 North American cold wave. Massive heat waves across North America were persistent in the 1930s, many mid-Atlantic/Ohio valley states recorded their highest temperatures during July 1934. The longest continuous string of 100 °F (38 °C) or higher temperatures was reached for 101 days in Yuma, Arizona during 1937 and the highest temperatures ever reached in Canada were recorded in two locations in Saskatchewan in July 1937.

1950s – A prolonged severe drought and heat wave occurred in the early 1950s throughout the central and southern United States. In some areas it was drier than during the Dust Bowl and the heat wave in most areas was within the top five on record. The heat was particularly severe in 1954 with 22 days of temperatures exceeding 100 °F (38 °C) covering significant parts of eleven states. On 14 July, the thermometer reached 117 °F (47 °C) at East St. Louis, Illinois, which remains the record highest temperature for that state.

1972 – The heat waves of 1972 in New York and Northeastern United States were significant. Almost 900 people perished; the heat conditions lasted almost 16 days, aggravated by very high humidity levels.

1980 – An estimated 1,000 people perished in the 1980 United States heat wave and drought, which impacted the central and eastern United States. Temperatures were highest in the southern plains. From June through September, temperatures remained above 90 °F (32 °C) all but two days in Kansas City, Missouri. The Dallas/Fort Worth area experienced 42 consecutive days with high temperatures above 100 °F (38 °C), with temperatures reaching 117 °F (47 °C) at Wichita Falls, Texas on 28 June. Economic losses were $20 billion (1980 dollars)

1983 – During the Summer of 1983 temperatures over 100 °F (38 °C) were common across Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Minnesota, Nebraska, and certain parts of Kentucky; the summer of 1983 remains one of the hottest summers ever recorded in many of the states affected. The hundred-degree readings were accompanied by very dry conditions associated with drought affecting the Corn Belt States and Upper Midwest. The heat also affected the Southeastern U.S. and the Mid-Atlantic states as well that same summer. New York Times represented articles about the heat waves of 1983 affecting the central United States. This heat wave was associated with the I-94 derecho.

1988 - intense heat spells in combination with the drought of 1988, reminiscent of the dust bowl years caused deadly results across the United States. Some 5,000 to 10,000 people perished because of constant heat across the United States although-according to many estimates-total death reports run as high as next to 17,000 deaths.

1995 – The 1995 Chicago heat wave produced record high dew point levels and heat indices in the Chicago area and Wisconsin. The lack of emergency cooling facilities and inadequate response from civic authorities to the senior population, particularly in lower income neighborhoods in Chicago and other Midwestern cities, lead to many hundreds of deaths. A series of damaging derechos occurred on the periphery of the hot air dome.

1999 – a heat wave and drought in the eastern United States during the summer of 1999. Rainfall shortages resulted in worst drought on record for Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and Rhode Island. The state of West Virginia was declared a disaster area. 3,810,000 acres (15,400 km2) were consumed by fire as of mid-August. Record heat throughout the country resulted in 502 deaths nationwide. There were many deaths in urban centers of the Midwest.

2000 – in late Summer 2000, a heat wave occurred in the southern United States, breaking many cities' all-time maximum temperature records.

2001 In early August an intense heatwave hit the eastern seaboard of the United States and neighboring southeastern Canada. For over a week, temperatures climbed above 35 °C (95 °F) combined with stifling high humidity. Newark, New Jersey tied its all-time record high temperature of 41 °C (106 °F) with a heat index of over 50 °C (122 °F).[10]

2002 April a summer-like heat wave in spring affected much of the Eastern United States.

2006 A North American heat wave affected a wide area of the United States and parts of neighboring Canada during July and August 2006. Over 220 deaths were reported. Temperatures in some parts of South Dakota exceeded 115 °F (46 °C). Also, California experienced temperatures that were extraordinarily high, with records ranging from 100 to 130 °F (38 to 54 °C). On 22 July, the County of Los Angeles recorded its highest temperature ever at 119 °F (48 °C). Humidity levels in California were also unusually high, although low compared with normal gulf coast/eastern seaboard summer humidity they were significant enough to cause widespread discomfort.[12] Additionally, the heat wave was associated a series of derechos that produced widespread damage.

2008 - The eastern United States experienced an early Summer heat wave from 6–10 June 2008 with record temperatures. There was a heat wave in Southern California beginning late June,[17] which contributed to widespread fires. On 6 July, a renewed heat wave was forecast, which was expected to affect the entire state.

2010 From 4 to 9 July, the majority of the American East Coast, from the Carolinas to Maine, was gripped in a severe heat wave. Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, Washington, Raleigh, and even Boston eclipsed 100 °F (38 °C). Many records were broken, some of which dated back to the 19th century, including Wilmington, Delaware's temperature of 103 °F (39 °C) on Wednesday, 7 July, which broke the record of 97 °F (36 °C) from 1897. Philadelphia and New York eclipsed 100 °F (38 °C) for the first time since 2001. Frederick, Maryland, and Newark, New Jersey, among others topped the century mark (37.8 Celsius) for four days in a row.

2011 The North American heat wave brought record heat to the Midwestern United States, Eastern Canada, and much of the Eastern Seaboard.

2012 In March, one of the greatest heat waves was observed in many regions of North America. First very warm air pushed northward west of the Great Lakes region, and subsequently spread eastward. This air mass movement was propelled by an unusually intense low level southerly jet that stretched from Louisiana to western Wisconsin. Once this warm surge inundated the area, a remarkably prolonged period of record setting temperatures ensued.[31] NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) reported that over 7000 daily record high temperatures were broken over the U.S. from 1 March thru 27 March.[31] In some places the temperature exceeded 30 °C (86 °F) with anomalies up to +22 °C. Temperature records across much of southern Canada were also demolished.

2012 In late June, much of North America began experiencing a heat wave, as heat spread east from the Rocky Mountains. During the heat wave, the June 2012 North American derecho (one within a series) caused violent storms that downed trees and power lines, leaving 3 million people in the eastern U. S. without power on 30 June. The heat lasted until Mid-August in some parts of the country.

2013 In late June, an intense heat wave struck the Southwestern United States. Various places in Southern California reached up to 122 °F (50 °C).[38] On 30 June, Death Valley, California hit 129.2 °F (54.0 °C) which is the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth during the month of June. It was five degrees shy of the world record highest temperature measured in Death Valley, which was 134 °F (57 °C), recorded in July 1913.

2013 Around Canada Day, the same heatwave that hit the Southwestern United States moved north and hit southern British Columbia, Washington and Oregon. Temperatures in BC hit 40 °C (104 °F) in Lytton on 1 July 2013, and on 2 July 2013, the city of Penticton hit 38 °C (100 °F), with both Summerland and Osoyoos hitting the same. The Tri-Cities in Washington were among the hottest, with temperatures around 110 °F (43 °C)

2015 Between June 28 – July 3, in The Northwest United States, and southern British Columbia, a heat wave

2016 During June, record heat appeared in Arizona, southern Nevada, and southern California. Burbank, California reached 111 °F, Phoenix, Arizona reached 118 °F, Yuma, Arizona reached 120 °F and Tucson, Arizona reached 115 °F, its warmest temperature in more than 20 years, on June 19. Riverside, California reached 114 °F, Palm Springs, California reached 122 °F, Las Vegas, Nevada reached 115 °F, Death Valley reached 126 °F, Needles, California tied its all-time record high of 125 °F while Blythe, California set a new all-time record high of 124 °F on June 20

2017 In June, the  North American heat wave grounded more than 40 airline flights of small aircraft, with American Airlines reducing sales on certain flights to prevent the vehicles from being over the maximum weight permitted for safe takeoff[56] and Las Vegas tying its record high at 117 degrees Fahrenheit.

2017 In September a heat wave affected a large portion of the Eastern United States; it is notable for producing unusually hot temperatures the latest in a calendar year in places. The heat wave also affected parts of Eastern Canada.

Do you still believe these are 'normal' weather patterns? 

More Reading:
U. S. PATENT 4,686,605
Radar Observations of Artificial Ionospheric Modification Effects
175 U.S. patents prove that geoengineering and weather control technologies are REAL

US Patent #0462795 on  July 16, 1891 – Method Of Producing Rain-Fall to US Patent #8373962 on February 12, 2013 – Charged seed cloud as a method for increasing particle collisions and for scavenging airborne biological agents and other contaminants

(1) Ionospheric Modification Theory; G. Meltz and F. W. Perkins;
(2) The Platteville High Power Facility; Carrol et al.;
(3) Arecibo Heating Experiments; W. E. Gordon and H. C. Carlson, Jr.; and
(4) Ionospheric Heating by Powerful Radio Waves; Meltz et al.,
all published in Radio Science, Vol. 9, No. 11, November, 1974, at pages 885-888; 889-894; 1041-1047; and 1049-1063, respectively, all of which are incorporated herein by reference.

In such experiments, certain regions of the ionosphere are heated to change the electron density and temperature within these regions.

Extreme Snowfall

I find it interesting reading through these notable blizzards most focus on the eastern states and little is said about the tragedies that happen in the mid-west! I had to do some deep digging to find blizzards that crippled the central states, or western states as some call them. Almost all snow fall records can be found at the NOAA. According to

Snowfalls of 16 inches or more...............once in 15 years
Snowfalls of 13-15 inches or more............once in 5 years
Snowfalls of 8-12 inches or more.............once every two years
Snowfalls of 5 inches or more................twice a year
I have included this only as a reference to the deceit of NOAA and! Do some research the truth is out there, it is up to you to find it! The Air Force IS controlling the weather, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions!

The Buffalo Hunters Storm 1872
The first documented Plains blizzard in which large numbers of people lost their lives was the January 1872 Buffalo Hunters' Storm, which swept up so quickly that unprepared buffalo hunters, many just arrived from the East, were found dead from the Platte River of Nebraska to the Texas Panhandle.

The Easter Storm of April 1873
The deaths of not only ranchers and thousands of cattle in the open country of the Central Plains but also a boy in Central City, Nebraska, who died trying to reach a print shop one block away.

In the Great Blizzard of 1886 
100 people and 100,000 cattle died in western Kansas during a series of storms that struck less than a week apart. In southwestern Kansas, a man froze to death in a light linen overcoat with a flyer in his pocket advertising Kansas as the Italy of America. A young woman in Clark County, Kansas, became separated from her family on a half-mile journey and died within an arm's length of the door of her brother's house, her hands tangled in her hair.

The Great Blizzard of 1888
More than 400 people in the Northeast died during the Great Blizzard, the worst death toll in United States history for a winter storm. On March 11 and March 12 in 1888, this devastating nor'easter dumped 40 to 50 inches (100 to 127 cm) of snow in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. Huge snowdrifts buried houses and trains, and 200 ships sank in waves whipped up by fierce winds. In March 1888, the United States was hit by an unprecedented blizzard, dumping as much as 40-50 inches of snow in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

The Children's Blizzard - 1888
The Children's Blizzard earned its tragic name because of its timing. On Jan. 12, 1888, temperatures dropped from a relatively balmy few degrees above freezing to a wind chill of minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 40 degrees Celsius) in the Dakota Territory and Nebraska. Because of the warm day, thousands were caught unprepared for cold weather, including school children sent home by their teachers during the storm. The death toll was 235.

The Great Blizzard of 1899
From Georgia to Maine, a punishing storm shut down the Eastern Seaboard beginning Feb. 11, 1899. The wintry weather brought record-low temperatures, some of which still stand today, as well as record snowfall. The snow showers started in Florida and moved north, dropping 20 inches (50 centimeters) in Washington, D.C., in a single day and a record 34 inches (86 cm) in New Jersey.

The White Hurricane - 1913
A blizzard with hurricane-force winds, this devastating storm is the deadliest natural disaster to ever hit the Great Lakes region. More than 250 people died when the winter whopper, called a November gale, struck the Great Lakes on Nov. 7, 1913. Waves on the lakes reached 35 feet high (10 meters) and the storm's sustained wind speed reached 60 mph (96 km/h) for more than half a day.

The Knickerbocker Storm - 1922
Winter 1935 (December 1935 – February 1936) Temperature,
in degrees Fahrenheit. Record warmest and coldest is
based on a 112-year period of records, 1895–2006.
This blizzard gained notoriety for its heavy, wet snows, which collapsed the roof at one of the most popular venues in Washington, D.C. The storm takes its name from the cave-in at the Knickerbocker Theater, which killed 98 people and injured 133. As much as 3 feet (90 cm) of snow fell in the Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania during the blizzard, which hit Jan. 27 and Jan. 28 in 1922. An official snow depth was recorded between 28 and 33 inches.

In Banner County, as reported from the HARRISBURG 12WNW weather station on 1925-12-14 a record 30.0" fell in one day.

The Armistice Day Blizzard - 1940
An exploding bomb (weather lingo for a large pressure drop) went off over the Midwest on Nov. 11, 1940, as cold Northern air collided with warm Gulf Coast moisture. The raging blizzard quickly chilled the air, and fierce winds built 20-foot (6 m) snowdrifts. A total of 145 deaths were linked to the storm, including about 25 duck hunters who were not prepared for the cold weather forecasters had not predicted the severity of the coming storm. The storm winds reached the velocity of 60 miles an hour and even the telegraph and telephone lines went down.

Plains Blizzard of 1948-49
In a series of storms that ravaged Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, the Dakotas, and Nebraska starting in November 1948 with the snows ending around April 1, 1949. The estimated loses were nearly $190,000,000! A mere 76 lives lost  were attributed to fighting the blizzards, in storm-related accidents, and by freezing. There is no information on the actual death toll, many perished from lack of shelter that were never added to the death count. Many bodies were not found until the snow melted, months later. An estimated 119,000 cattle and 134,000 sheep were lost, with millions endangered by the deep snow. There had been eighteen storms in twenty seven days dropping more than 40 inches of snow over these western states, including the Mojave desert.

The Great Appalachian Storm - 1950
A winter storm marked by heavy rains, winds and blizzard conditions, the Great Appalachian Storm formed over North Carolina before looping around Ohio, devastating much of the Southeast along the way. The Nov. 24, 1950, storm, responsible for 353 deaths, became a case study for tracking and predicting winter weather.

Chicago Blizzard of 1967
On January 26, the blizzard occurred in northeast Illinois and northwest Indiana, dumping 23 inches of snow. The snowstorm created havoc, leaving around 800 Chicago Transit Authority buses and 50,000 automobiles abandoned on the city streets and expressways.

The Super Bowl Blizzard - 1975
The Super Bowl Blizzard takes the trophy for most unusual: A record low-pressure system (961 millibars), it sparked tornadoes in the Southeast before heading into the upper Midwest, where heavy snows and cold killed more than 100,000 farm animals. Unlike many winter storms, which sweep in from Canada, the Super Bowl Blizzard started in the Pacific and crossed the Rocky Mountains. As it headed over the Plains on Jan. 9, 1975, the first of 45 tornadoes spun up. The two-day outbreak killed 12 people and injured 377. In the Midwest, the front mixed with Arctic air from the north and warm Gulf of Mexico moisture, the classic ingredients for a winter blizzard. Heavy snows and winds killed 58 people.

The Great Storm of 1975
This intense blizzard occurred January 9-12. The storm created 45 tornadoes, dropped over two feet of snow and killed more than 60 people. The storm resulted in more than $63 million of property damage: $43 million from the tornadoes and $20 million from the snow.

The Storm of the Century - 1993
Can a storm be a both blizzard and a cyclone? Yes, and it's nasty. The Storm of the Century wreaked havoc from Cuba to Canada. As strong as a hurricane, covering an entire continent, the storm was responsible for 310 deaths, $6.6 billion in damage, and shut down the South for three days. Coming a week before spring, on March 12, 1993, the hit was hard to take. However, the Storm of the Century marked the first successful five-day forecast by the National Weather Service of a storm's severity, and a State of Emergency was declared in some regions before snow even started falling. Thousands of areas were left without power, property damage was extensive, and airports from Nova Scotia to Georgia were shut down during the storm.

The Blizzard of 1996
From January 6 to 8, one of the most devastating snowstorms struck the U.S. East Coast and caused more than 150 deaths. The blizzard and flooding caused an estimated 4.5 billion of property damages.

President's Day Blizzard of 2003
This blizzard lasted from February 14 to February 19 and shut down cities from Washington DC to Boston and caused $20 million in damage. Cities from Washington DC to Boston were blanketed with 15 to 30 inches of snow.

The Dalton weather station in Cheyenne County on 2006-12-21 reported 27.0" of snow fall in 24 hours.

Snowmadgeddon - 2010
Two blizzards in February 2010 broke snowfall records in the mid-Atlantic region. After the second snowstorm in February, 68.1 percent of the country was blanketed by snow. The term "snowmadgeddon," around since 2009, stuck when President Barack Obama used it at the Democratic National Committee's winter meeting during the storm.

The snowfall extremes can be found at
Amelia CountyAMELIA 8 NE2010-01-3113.2"
Northumberland CountyLOTTSBURG 23 NNE2010-01-31 9.5"
Westmoreland CountyMONTROSS 52 ESE2010-01-3111.6"
Clarke CountyMT WEATHER2010-02-0627.0"
Fairfax CountyFAIRFAX 23 W2010-02-0625.5"
Frederick CountyWINCHESTER 94 NW2010-02-0626.0"
Harrisonburg cityHARRISONBURG 08 NW2010-02-0616.0"
Loudoun CountyROUND HILL 27 WS2010-02-0628.5"
Winchester cityWINCHESTER2010-02-0621.0"
These are impressive figures until you learn that nothing was said about:
Jefferson CountyMORRISON 87 SSW2006-12-2148.0"
Baca CountyPRITCHETT 105 W2006-12-3130.0"
Cheyenne CountyKIT CARSON 9NNE2006-12-3130.0"
San Juan CountySILVERTON 02 NNW2008-01-2830.5"
Ouray CountyOURAY 22010-03-2029.2"
Mesa CountyBONHAM RSVR2010-12-2030.0"
Reported from the Harrison 173 NNE weather station in Sioux County on 2013-04-09 a record 30.0"

Monday, January 1, 2018

Politico - Fact or Fiction?

Mike Allen

His first reporting job was with the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star. He also worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch, The Washington Post, The New York Times and Time

In November 2013, The Washington Post wrote a lengthy article detailing a payola scandal in which Allen would give favorable Politico coverage in return for advertising dollars.

As of 2017, a weekly sponsorship of Playbook costs between $50,000 and $60,000

In November 2015, Allen made an apology after the website Gawker reported that he offered to let Chelsea Clinton screen interview questions in advance of a proposed interview. The offer was made in a January 2013 email exchange between Allen and Hillary Clinton's aide Philippe Reines. He also promised in the email that the interview would be "no surprises" and "no risk.

Definite liberal socialist democrat views!!

The following should give you enough information to do your own research and draw your own conclusions!
Journalists and Editors:
  • Daniel Lippman
  • Anna Palmer
  • Jake Sherman
  • Susan Glasser
  • Garrett Graff
  • Stephen Heuser
These statements are made by wikipedia. Don't believe anything until YOU have researched it enough to make an informed decision.

Despite these accusations, a 2012 study found that the percentage of Politico readers that identify as Democrats – 29% – is the same as the percentage that identifies as Republicans. Who are the other 42% of readers?

In September 2014, Politico formed a joint venture with German publisher Axel Springer SE.
The attendance of anti-Trump Senator Lindsey Graham is an obvious sign that Bilderberg will be scheming on how to prevent Trump from defeating Bilderberg's chosen candidate – Hillary Clinton.

In November 2016, Politico editor Michael Hirsh resigned after publishing the home address of white supremacist Richard B. Spencer on Facebook.

Among the journalists who have worked for Politico are Mike Allen, John Bresnahan, Carrie Budoff Brown, Alex Burns, Dylan Byers, Josh Gerstein, Andrew Glass, Susan Glasser, Darren Goode, Maggie Haberman, James Hohmann, Anna Palmer, Manu Raju, Daria Knight, Lois Romano, Darren Samuelsohn, Jack Shafer, Jake Sherman, Ben Smith, Eli Stokols, Glenn Thrush, Kenneth Vogel, and Ben White.
I personally have been able to debunk many articles from politico! To say I find it concerning that many politicians quote politico as though it is based on FACTS when clearly it is NOT is a huge understatement!
The irony is that it was mainstream outlets that have had their predictions proven chronically wrong for the last 18 months—not us, American Resistance, or Breitbart—and no site has been more guilty than Politico. The preferred source of political news for Beltway operatives, for this entire cycle, Politico was not only wrong about most everything, it also did everything possible to denigrate Donald Trump, who they constantly assured us, could never win anyway.

Monday, December 25, 2017

Dinesh D'souza the Big Lie Book

Quoting from The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left: For writer Chris hedges, Trump's presidency is "the dress rehearsal for fascism," which presumably means that fascism, although not here yes, is right around the corner.

When comparing the actions of the Obama regime to fascism we can see that indeed, fascism WAS right around the corner. Had Clinton, or any of the establishment puppets, gotten elected America would never have know what hit her! Buy Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party here!

The statement from Chris Hedges begs the American people to answer the question - Why was BHO, the DNC, and liberals talking about a third term?

To some the answer is obvious, Obama didn't accomplish his goals while in office. He did, however, attempt to get every thing set up to be able to continue his destruction of America long after being removed from the Oval office!

We now know he gutted NASA, leaving it a shell of its former glory, to illegally redirect government money to the privately owned SpaceX Corporation, which he can freely associate with, and perhaps control, as an American citizen.

It has now been nearly a year since Trump was elected. People are not being rounded up and put in concentration camps. It is the left, democrats and liberals, that are demanding racist statues be torn down, like the Nazi's attempting to remove the Jews from history, it isn't the Republicans, and certainly not Trump supporters.

Also stated in the book The Big Lie: James Kirchick of the Foreign Policy Initiative concluded in and article, "Trump is not only patently unfit to be president, but a danger to America and the world. Voters must stop him before the military has to."

It is important to remember that none of these people said a word when the BHO regime committed over 200 acts of treason during his eight years as president, starting within days of his inauguration!

During the presidential campaigns it was the socialist, fascist democrats and various other groups calling themselves antifa, that went to trump rallies, like Mussolini's blackshirts, to disrupt and attempt to stop the meeting.
One entry found for fascism.
Main Entry: fas·cism
Pronunciation: primary stress fash -secondary stress iz-schwam
Function: noun
Usage: often capitalized : a political system headed by a dictator in which the government controls business and labor and opposition is not permitted 
Sound familiar? Liberals, main stream media personalities, and democrats, the true fascists, have taken to the streets, college campuses, and anywhere else they can garner the attention of an audience, music awards, charitable benefits, entertainment awards, even quasi-professional sports organizations, to shout their nonsense to anyone who will listen, even if it means violating the rights of those with opposing opinions! In the rare case when the opposition can't be silenced the fascist liberals are ready with a barrage of inappropriate and slanderous names and lies to discredit the opposing point of view!

Fourteen Points of Fascism

1. Powerful and Continuing Nationalism
Fascist regimes tend to make constant use of patriotic mottos, slogans, symbols, songs, and other paraphernalia. Flags are seen everywhere, as are flag symbols on clothing and in public displays.
Americans watched as Obama followed President Trump from nation to nation, refusing to admit he is no longer in control of America. The American people watched as Obama has attempted to take credit for all of President Trump's accomplishments.

2. Disdain for the Recognition of Human Rights
Because of fear of enemies and the need for security, the people in fascist regimes are persuaded that human rights can be ignored in certain cases because of need. The people tend to look the other way or even approve of torture, summary executions, assassinations, long incarcerations of prisoners, etc.
The American people watched, some silently, as Obama has released known terrorists into society and turned a blind eye when those criminals killed Americans. Obama also violated the statute on “Material Support of Terrorism” by returning top terrorists back to terrorist organizations. Impeachable under the US Constitution Article II Section 3, Article II Section 4, and is Dereliction of Duty

3. Identification of Enemies/Scapegoats as a Unifying Cause
The people are rallied into a unifying patriotic frenzy over the need to eliminate a perceived common threat or foe: racial, ethnic or religious minorities; liberals; communists; socialists, terrorists, etc.
The scapegoats and common enemies of the liberals, democrats, and Obama supporters are President Trump and his supporters.

4. Supremacy of the Military
Even when there are widespread domestic problems, the military is given a disproportionate amount of government funding, and the domestic agenda is neglected. Soldiers and military service are glamorized.
Obama supporters, liberals, and democrats said nothing when Obama used drones to kill Americans and falsely claimed UN can usurp Congressional war powers. An impeachable offense under the US Constitution Article 1 Section 1; Article II Section 3.
Obama supporters, liberals, and democrats remained silent when Obama directed signing of U.N. Firearms treaty. An impeachable offense under the US Constitution Article II Section 3; Article 6, Section 2, Clause 2; Amendment 2 & 4; 18 U.S. Code § 241; 18 U.S. Code § 242

5. Rampant Sexism
The governments of fascist nations tend to be almost exclusively male-dominated. Under fascist regimes, traditional gender roles are made more rigid. Opposition to abortion is high, as is homophobia and anti-gay legislation and national policy.
There is no question about this point. Hollywood, most main stream media, and the government under the Obama regime have revealed sexism to be a major problem, now that the victims feel relatively secure, they are voicing their allegations against the perpetrators under the Trump administration!

6. Controlled Mass Media
Sometimes the media are directly controlled by the government, but in other cases, the media are indirectly controlled by government regulation, or sympathetic media spokespeople and executives. Censorship, especially in war time, is very common.
Under the Obama regime, and continuing into the Trump Presidency, the American people have been made aware of who owns main stream media, how that media is being used as a weapon, through propaganda, to persuade the American people. Some have taken it to the next level, such as Mika Brzezinki, by admitting their job is to TELL people what to think!

7. Obsession with National Security
Fear is used as a motivational tool by the government over the masses.
The obsession with National security, for the fascists in America, is the opposite of what one would expect. They use race baiting, name calling, and other threats of personal injury if anyone attempts to prevent illegal aliens from entering the country. Which is treason - aiding and abetting known enemies to America!

8. Religion and Government are Intertwined
Governments in fascist nations tend to use the most common religion in the nation as a tool to manipulate public opinion. Religious rhetoric and terminology is common from government leaders, even when the major tenets of the religion are diametrically opposed to the government's policies or actions.
Obama made no effort to hide his integration of the muslim religion into the American government. Then allowed his muslim brotherhood to invade America unimpeded! The fact that he filed his cabinet with members of the muslim brotherhood should be all the proof one would need to believe he was attempting to create a fascist society.

9. Corporate Power is Protected
The industrial and business aristocracy of a fascist nation often are the ones who put the government leaders into power, creating a mutually beneficial business/government relationship and power elite.
Obama prevented even a single arrest or prosecution of any senior Wall Street banker for the systemic fraud that precipitated the 2008 real estate financial crisis: a crisis from which millions of people around the world are still suffering. What Obama justice officials did instead is exactly what they did in the face of high-level Bush era crimes of torture and warrant less eavesdropping: namely, acted to protect the most powerful factions in the society in the face of overwhelming evidence of serious criminality.

10. Labor Power is Suppressed
Because the organizing power of labor is the only real threat to a fascist government, labor unions are either eliminated entirely, or are severely suppressed.
The rampant unemployment and ever increasing amount of people receiving taxpayer funded welfare was obviously an attempt to force everyone in society to become dependent on the government for everything. One may argue this is more of a socialist government but in that regard fascism and socialism are nearly identical.

11. Disdain for Intellectuals and the Arts
Fascist nations tend to promote and tolerate open hostility to higher education, and academia. It is not uncommon for professors and other academics to be censored or even arrested. Free expression in the arts is openly attacked, and governments often refuse to fund the arts.
There is no question the fascist liberals, democrats, and institutes of higher education have not only embraced and tolerated open hostilities they have welcomed them. By allowing liberal, fascist students to physically and mentally assault student who express an opposing point of view! By allowing the liberal students to interrupt, like the Nazi brown shirts and Mussolini's black shirts, guest speakers at their institute of higher education and then blame the guest speaker and those attending the event for the disruption!

12. Obsession with Crime and Punishment
Under fascist regimes, the police are given almost limitless power to enforce laws. The people are often willing to overlook police abuses and even forego civil liberties in the name of patriotism. There is often a national police force with virtually unlimited power in fascist nations.
When the Obama regime DOJ sued cities and states, AZ, Denver, CO, Ferguson, MO, TX, MS, NC for upholding Federal law, immigration, employment laws; each lawsuit is an impeachable offense under the US Constitution Article II Section 3 and 10th Amendment

13. Rampant Cronyism and Corruption
Fascist regimes almost always are governed by groups of friends and associates who appoint each other to government positions and use governmental power and authority to protect their friends from accountability. It is not uncommon in fascist regimes for national resources and even treasures to be appropriated or even outright stolen by government leaders.
With the information that has come out of Washington, specifically the Robert Mueller investigation, Americans now know just how deep that cronyism and corruption went! When an agency like the FBI, put in place to protect the nation, are involved with and being paid to be accessories in criminal activity designed to destroy the country, that is about as corrupt as it can get!

14. Fraudulent Elections
Sometimes elections in fascist nations are a complete sham. Other times elections are manipulated by smear campaigns against or even assassination of opposition candidates, use of legislation to control voting numbers or political district boundaries, and manipulation of the media. Fascist nations also typically use their judiciaries to manipulate or control elections.
Americans reported, on social media, all kinds of election fraud happening all across the nation. The reports included electronic voting machines changing votes, valid candidates not being listed on ballots, illegal aliens voting, dead people voting, people traveling to other states to vote again exploiting the same day registration laws of some states.

The smear campaigns are more publicly recognizable with every election and it is always the liberals, democrats, and fascists paying people to publicly make false accusations against republican candidates.