The Chicago Sun-Times reports that 9 year-old Antonio Smith was upset after his mother told him he couldn’t have a cupcake.

He ran out of his family’s Chicago apartment and was murdered; shot multiple times.

No one yet knows who murdered him or why.

The national media might give this a mention here and there — you know, get on record; check the box  — but the national media are too busy hoping their rabid speculation and divisive race-baiting in Ferguson, Missouri, will eventually pay off.

Antonio was 9.

Still, the national media and America’s civil rights racial grifters won’t give a damn because there is no political upside in giving a damn — not in Chicago. Not in a city that on paper should be a Gun-Free Utopia after decades of purely Democrat rule. 

No one in the national media has the courage to investigate root causes anywhere leftwing policies have been in place unabated for nearly a half-century. 

Sorry, Antonio, if you’re black and there’s no political upside for them, you just don’t matter to the media or the Civil Rights mob.

Even if you were only nine years-old.

Gee, I wonder if he was killed by a Black Gang Member? 

This is so sad, a real tragedy that should have never happened.  It does not compare to the shooting of the thug in Ferguson. Why won’t Obama and Holder even acknowledge this murder of an innocent little boy? Because if doesn’t benefit thier race war that they are fanning the flames of! What benefit is there to exploit thier race war when a black shoots a black, or a white shoots a white?  NONE

Thousands of blacks are shot by other blacks every year, yet we never hear about many of them, unless our politicians can somehow benefit from them. Many whites are shot by blacks every year, yet the same holds true…… we never hear about them. Now, if a white shoots a black, it’s all over the news, and an instant “Hate Crime”. 

There should be outrage over this murder, yet it’s hidden in the media. I’d be willing to bet, if you’re reading this, it’s the first time you have heard about it!




The map above is based on a list of those states provided to Breitbart News Thursday by the CDC. The list shows (in bright red) all the states which have asked for the CDC’s help with potential Ebola cases since July 27th.

When contacted for consultation, the CDC examines the patient’s symptoms and travel history to decide whether or not a blood test is needed. In most cases, the CDC is able to rule out Ebola without the need for a blood test.

ABC News reported Wednesday that the CDC was contacted 68 times since the end of last month. In 58 of those cases Ebola was ruled out. In the ten remaining cases CDC ordered a blood test. Seven of those tests have already returned negative, and three are still outstanding.

The CDC did not have up-to-date information on the location of the 10 patients who have received Ebola tests thus far, but reports indicate at least one patient was tested in New York, California, New Mexico, Maryland, and Ohio. Patients in California and New Mexico are currently awaiting test results.

Two patients who were transported to America after contracting Ebola in West Africa were released from a hospital in Atlanta this week. Both recovered after treatment which included an experimental drug called ZMapp. The CDC pronounced both patients cured, issuing a statement saying, “They no longer have Ebola virus in their blood and therefore pose no risk to household contacts or the public.”

As the World Burns………….

Posted: August 21, 2014 in Uncategorized
obama golf cartoon

Attribution: Nate Beeler,

As the world burns, Obama golfs, golfs some more, and golfs again…………………..

G.W. Bush gave up golfing  in August 2003, after a bomb attack on the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad that killed a top U.N. official. “I don’t want some mom whose son may have recently died to see the commander-in-chief playing golf,” Bush said. “I feel I owe it to the families to be in solidarity as best as I can with them.”

So Bush did golf for 2 and a half years of his presidency, although some idiotic so-called conservative media members will argue otherwise.

Obama loves to golf…………. It seems Obama is always at a golf course somewhere, but how many times has he really golfed since he became POTUS?

Click here to find out >>>




By Larry O’Connor 14 hours ago


Dorian Johnson, the primary witness to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, has an outstanding warrant for a 2011 theft in Jefferson City and pleaded guilty for filing a false police report related to that theft.

St. Louis ABC affiliate cross referenced Johnson’s name against several records and discovered the warrant.

Johnson will be the star witness for any potential prosecution proceedings against Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Brown. Johnson was walking with Brown when the shooting occurred.

He has already done multiple media appearances where he falsely claimed  Brown was shot by Wilson in the back.  He also has claimed that Brown never reached for Wilson’s gun, was “shot like an animal and that Brown had his hands up and told Wilson he was unarmed.

Johnson’s claims helped inspire the protests and riots in Ferguson over the past 10 days, as well as the “Hands up, don’t shoot” rallying cry of the protesters and their supporters.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch  has details about the 2011 charges against Johnson:

During the summer after his first semester at Lincoln, Johnson was charged with a misdemeanor after giving police a false first name after he was arrested on suspicion of theft. He later pleaded guilty.


He was accused of stealing a package containing a backpack belonging to someone else from an apartment complex. When he was arrested in that case, he identified himself as Derrick Johnson and said he was 16.


He is wanted for failing to appear in Jefferson City municipal court to answer to the theft charge, court officials said.

According to the Post-Dispatch, the president of the local chapter of the NAACP knew about the charges against Johnson, but the fact that he was guilty of lying to the police didn’t matter:

Adolphus Pruitt, president of the St. Louis NAACP chapter, which has been encouraging witnesses to come forward, said Johnson’s false report case “doesn’t concern me.”


“He’s been very clear about what occurred, and now we have … four others stating facts that support the statements he’s been making,” Pruitt said. “Why would that diminish other accounts that are relatively the same?”

Whether or not Johnson committed the crime, lied to police, or is proven false on his account of how Brown was shot by Wilson, finding out what actually happened in the Ferguson shooting will require more evidence and multiple eye-witness accounts. It is important for neither the mainstream media nor armchair pundits to act like they definitively know what happened in this tragic event.

Eric Holder’s police shooting record? Dismal

Posted: August 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

Attorney General Eric Holder arrives today in Ferguson, Missouri, in response to the unrest after a local policeman shot 18-year-old Mike Brown. Holder assured the people of Missouri: “Our investigation into this matter will be full, it will be fair, and it will be independent.”

But Holder’s own record belies his lofty promise. As the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia from 1993 to 1997, Holder was in charge of policing the local police. When police violence spiraled out of control, he did little to protect Washington residents from rampaging lawmen.

The number of killings by Washington police doubled between 1988 and 1995, the year 16 civilians died due to police gunfire. Washington police shot and killed people at a higher rate than any other major city police department, as a Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post investigation revealed in late 1998. The Post reported that “Holder said he did not detect a pattern of problematic police shootings and could not recall the specifics of cases he personally reviewed.” Holder declared: “I can’t honestly say I saw anything that was excessive.”

There was such a dearth of oversight from Holder’s office that Washington police failed to count almost a third of the people killed by their officers between 1994 and 1997. Even when police review boards ruled that shootings were unjustified or found contradictions in officers’ testimony, police were not prosecuted. In one case, a police officer shot a suspect four times in the back when he was unarmed and lying on the ground. But Holder’s office never bothered interviewing the shooter.

Some of the most abusive cases involved police shooting into cars – a practice which is severely discouraged because of the high risk of collateral damage. Holder told the Post: “I do kind of remember more than a few in cars. I don’t know if that’s typical of what you find in police shootings outside Washington” Actually, “more than 50 officers over five years had shot at unarmed drivers in cars,” the Post noted, and Washington police were more than 20 times as likely to shoot at cars than were New York City police. Reports about some of the shootings were tainted by police perjury.

Shortly after Holder became U.S. attorney, a local judge slammed the Washington government for its “deliberate indifference” to police brutality complaints. In 1995, the Civilian Complaint Review Board, which purportedly investigated alleged police abuses, was shut down because it was overwhelmed by a backlog of accusations from aggrieved citizens. Despite the collapse of the system’s safeguards, Holder’s office remained asleep at the switch. Even assistant Washington police chief Terrance Gainer admitted: We shoot too often, and we shoot too much when we do shoot.”

Holder is now trumpeting the need for openness, but in the 1990s he acceded to pervasive secrecy on lawmen’s killings. The Post noted: “The extent and pattern of police shootings have been obscured from public view. Police officials investigate incidents in secret, producing reports that become public only when a judge intercedes.”

While Holder largely ignored killings by police, Holder lobbied the Washington City Council for mandatory prison sentences for anyone convicted of possessing a gun. He also lobbied the Washington City Council to impose mandatory minimum prison sentences for nonviolent drug offenders, including a prison sentence of up to 5 years for anyone possessing more than 1.5 ounces of marijuana. The PR bonanza from those initiatives helped Holder snare a promotion to Deputy Attorney General in 1997.

The Post series sparked an uproar which resulted in the Justice Department Civil Rights Division investigating Washington police shootings from the prior 5 years. And who did Attorney General Janet Reno put in charge of that effort? Eric Holder. His office denied that any conflict of interest existed, instead insisting that Holder’s “oversight of the review signifies the importance of this endeavor to the Department of Justice.” Local lawyer Michael Morgenstern, who had sued DC police in such cases, scoffed that Holder “had the opportunity to do this when he was there, and now all of a sudden, they’re sending him back to do the same job he didn’t do while he was there.”

As the smoke clears in Ferguson, Missouri, Americans have no reason to presume that either the local police or the feds have the market cornered on truth or justice. But Eric Holder’s record should raze any presumption that our attorney general deserves the benefit of the doubt on passing judgment on police shootings.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

(AP) A nonpartisan government watchdog agency said Thursday that the Pentagon broke the law when it swapped five Taliban leaders for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl earlier this year.

The Government Accountability Office, in a legal opinion issued at the request of congressional lawmakers, said the Defense Department violated the law by failing to notify key Capitol Hill committees at least 30 days in advance.

Further, the report said the Pentagon broke another law by using funds that were not technically available.

Defense Department press secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby told Fox News Thursday night,  “the operation to retrieve Sgt. Bergdahl was lawfully conducted and that was also the judgment of the Justice Department. Nothing has changed about our view that this was a lawful recovery operation.”

The GAO said the law in this case is “clear and unambiguous.” The agency said that while the Defense Department defended the legality of the controversial swap, “in our view, DOD has dismissed the significance of the express language” in the law.

The report comes several months after the Obama administration released five senior Taliban members from Guantanamo Bay in exchange for Bergdahl, who had disappeared in 2009. Under the exchange terms, the five Taliban are to remain in Qatar for a year.

Lawmakers at the time complained about the security implications of releasing Taliban leaders from Guantanamo, but also about the late notification by the Pentagon that they were going forward with the swap.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, among the lawmakers who requested the report, said Thursday that the president “clearly defied” the law.

“We have all seen the President decide to override the concept of checks and balances in many questionable executive actions, but the GAO opinion confirms that by doing so in connection with the release of Bowe Bergdahl, he engaged in a clear violation of the law,” she said in a statement. “I hope this opinion by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office sends a clear signal to the President that his recent shift towards unilateral action is not consistent with this nation’s principles and our carefully designed separation of powers.”

Whether the finding will result in any formal legal complaint remains to be seen. The House Armed Services Committee has prepared a “resolution of disapproval” potentially to be considered later this year about the swap, but such a measure is nonbinding.

At issue were recent laws passed by Congress. The latest Defense spending bill states that no money can be used to transfer Guantanamo prisoners to another country “except in accordance” with a separate, related Defense law. That law requires the secretary of Defense to notify key congressional committees at least 30 days before such a transfer.

The swap occurred May 31 of this year. However, the GAO report said those committees were only notified between May 31 and June 2.

“When DOD failed to notify specified congressional committees at least 30 days in advance of its transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees to Qatar, DOD used appropriated funds in violation of section 8111,” the report said.

It also said DOD violated the Antideficiency Act, which bars spending by agencies above the amount of money that Congress has obligated. In this case, the report said the Defense Department spent nearly $1 million more than it had.


Is Obama Practicing Stealth Jihad with ISIS?

Posted: August 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

According to Islamic law, Barack Obama is a Muslim because his father was a Muslim. He referred to the Islamic call to prayer as “one of the prettiest sounds on earth at sunset”; he has Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators throughout his administration; he’s defended Huma Abedin; he referred to his “Muslim faith” in a Freudian slip during an interview with George Stephanopolous; he’s sided with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt; he’s a close friend of Rashid Khalidi, former Yasser Arafat media spokesman; he’s aligned with Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who seeks the return of the Ottoman Empire; and the Middle East is on fire.

Shall I go on?

So, if Obama is a Muslim who seeks to facilitate the resurrection of the Ottoman Caliphate, why is he being so aggressive with ISIS?

The answer to that question very well may have to do with Muruna or stealth jihad.

As reported, Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader Yusuf al-Qaradawi is on record as saying that the Islamic Caliphate should rest in Turkey:

“Turkey is the Caliphate State, and Istanbul is its capital … Turkey unites religion and the world, Arab (Wahhabist Sunnis) and Persian (Shiites), Asia and Africa, and it (the Caliphate) should be based upon this nation (Turkey).”

As we wrote in The Case FOR Islamophobia, Qaradawi is the quintessential expert on a Sunni tactic known as Muruna, which is a very close – but dominant – cousin to taqqiya. Muruna allows Muslims to do whatever is necessary to further Islam, even if it means blaspheming Islam itself.

For example, a Muslim is not supposed to kill another Muslim. However, once Muruna is introduced, there are scenarios that permit it.

Right now, ISIS has surpassed al-Qaeda when it comes to sheer Muslim savagery. For the western world to tolerate – much less embrace – ISIS is political suicide.

Launching air strikes against ISIS actually serves at least two purposes when it comes to the political agenda of Murunists and stealth jihadists. By killing ISIS jihadists, the Obama administration is seen as killing terrorists in much the same way that it was seen doing so with drone attacks on al-Qaeda. Another consequence is that by weakening ISIS, the Obama administration would be keeping the Islamic cat in the bag.

To quote Obama’s ideological hero Saul Alinsky, this exemplifies the following tenet:

“Use all the events of the period for your purpose.”

Speaking of Qaradawi, the Muslim Brotherhood cleric does indeed sanction Muslims killing Muslims. He writes (translated):

…killing Muslims whom the unbelievers use as shields… leaving these unbelievers is a danger to the Muslims, so it is permissible to kill these unbelievers even if Muslims are killed with them in the process.

It is not difficult to extrapolate this rationale to Muslims killing Muslims to limit both political damage as well as the exposure of stealth jihadist groups in the U.S.

Is Obama practicing Muruna when he hits ISIS?

If he’s a Muslim, Muruna would permit it.