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The Patriots News Wed, 20 Aug 2014 17:19:49 GMT  

The National Popular Vote Fallacy
In 2000, out of a total popular vote of 101,455,900, the Gore-Lieberman ticket won a narrow majority, 50,999,900 votes (50.26%) to 50,456,000 (49.74%) for Bush-Cheney.

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Fortenberry to Central America: 'Don't Send More Children'

America’s southern border cannot remain in "chaos," Nebraska Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry said at a town hall meeting earlier this month, according to the Bellevue Leader.

“The hallmark of America is that we are a very good, generous, and just nation with a vibrant immigration policy,” the local paper quoted Fortenberry. “That’s just who we are. But we can’t continue with chaos and disorder at the border.”

According to the Nebraska Republican, “We’ve got to send the message back to the Central American countries: Don’t send more children.”

Since October, approximately 63,000 unaccompanied minors have been detained illegally crossing the southern border into the U.S., straining resources and resulting in a humanitarian crisis. The vast majority of the illegal immigrants are from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. 

The Bellevue Leader reported that the unaccompanied minor crisis was at the forefront of the town hall discussion, which took place on Aug. 6. 

Fortenberry told his assembled constituents, according to the Bellevue Leader, that the border crisis should be confronted with strategy of: “Protect the children. Protect the border. Prevent the problem.”

He further advocated for National Guard to be sent to the border to take the place of Border Patrol Agents who have been pulled from the front lines to deal with the unaccompanied illegal immigrant minors and said that Central American countries the illegal immigrants are leaving need to work on revitalization. 

“I’m hopeful, that if you look out a hundred years from now, you’re not seeing them hold us at arm’s length,” the Bellevue Leader quoted Fortenberry. 








John Kerry: James Foley Beheading 'Ugly, Savage, Inexplicable, Nihilistic, Valueless'

Secretary of State John Kerry issued a statement with strong words for the ISIL terrorists who were responsible for the death of American journalist James Foley.

Kerry said that the action was a reminder to the world of the horrors committed by ISIL terrorists.

“There is evil in this world, and we all have come face to face with it once again. Ugly, savage, inexplicable, nihilistic, and valueless evil,” he said. “ISIL is the face of that evil.”

Kerry also called the terrorist actions “an ugly insult to the peaceful religion” of Islam.

“Make no mistake: we will continue to confront ISIL wherever it tries to spread its despicable hatred,” he continued. “The world must know that the United States of America will never back down in the face of such evil.”

Kerry also vowed to bring the terrorists responsible to justice.

“ISIL and the wickedness it represents must be destroyed, and those responsible for this heinous, vicious atrocity will be held accountable,” he concluded.








James Foley's Parents: 'He's In God's Hands;' 'He Was a Martyr For Freedom'

James Foley’s parents, John and Diane Foley, spoke to the media early Wednesday morning about their son who was beheaded by terrorists of the Islamic State in response to the American military actions in Iraq.

“We know Jimmy’s free, he’s finally free, we know that he’s in God’s hands… he’s in heaven,” Foley’s father John said, his voice breaking. “So we’re so proud of him, and we have to be.”

The couple spoke to the press outside their New Hampshire home.

Foley was remembered as a brave and kind person who was passionate about his job as a wartime correspondent.

“The way he died was horrific. It testifies to his courage,” John said. “We believe he was a martyr, a martyr for freedom.”

John Foley noted that people would ask why their son returned to war reporting even though he was captured and held in Libya in 2012.

“The answer was, why do firemen go back into blazing homes?” he asked. “It was his job… this was his passion. He was not crazy. He was motivated.”

Diane Foley recalled a moment when she spoke to her son about his job, and he replied, “'Mom, I found my passion, I found my vocation.'”

When reporters asked where that passion came from, John Foley chuckled. “It came from his mother,” he said.

“Jim was a daring but fun-loving kid,” Diane replied.









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The Ferguson feeding frenzy
by Michelle Malkin
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Copyright 2014

The most poisonous “-ism” now infecting Ferguson, Missouri, is not virulent racism. It’s viral narcissism.

Over the past two weeks, the impoverished St. Louis County suburb has become a magnet for self-absorbed publicity seekers of all colors and agendas.

Perhaps the most repulsive species on display in Ferguson is the Journalisto Vanitatis. This breed of egotistical East-Coast reporters can be easily identified by its ever-present appendages: a smartphone and smart glasses. For the J.V., the story is all about “me, me, me!” Huffington Post reporter Ryan Reilly and Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery were among the first and most prominent Beltway journos to parachute into the Ferguson protests.

Admiring media colleagues hang on the J.V.’s every tweet and selfie. When Reilly and Lowery were “arrested” (that is, detained briefly and released) amid the chaos, they morphed into civil rights heroes. Both complained indignantly about not being read their “Miranda rights.” Never mind that they were neither arrested nor interrogated, the two basic preconditions for Miranda warnings.

The J.V.’s have been hailed for their “courage” on the “front lines” — like veritable 21st-century versions of Audie Murphy and Ernie Pyle! Of course, Audie Murphy and Ernie Pyle would know real bullets when they saw them. But Reilly revealed his abject cluelessness this week when he hysterically tweeted a photo of what he thought were “rubber bullets.” They turned out to be high-capacity… ear plugs.

Not to be outdone, J.V. Chris Hayes of MSNBC squealed about being threatened with mace and simpered about being confined in a press area — created by police for the safety of meandering interlopers gawking at rioters and looters. Later, he breathlessly trumpeted seeing a “dead body,” which turned out to be neither dead nor a body.

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While New York journalists have applauded reporters making themselves a part of the story, locals demonstrated their own opinion of MSNBC’s journalism on Monday night — by pelting Hayes and one of his co-anchors with rocks.

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A close cousin of the Journalisto Vanitatus is the omniscient Albinus Hipsterex. These white progressives can’t resist the opportunity to raise their fists and chant “F**k the police” to show they’re down with the cause. Leftovers from the defunct Occupy Wall Street movement are now occupying West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson to make excuses for the vandals and thieves victimizing immigrant-owned convenience stores. The absurdity of these critters was best illustrated earlier this week in a candid photo of a trio of Albinus Hipsterii: two bandana-clad, tattooed anarchists strapping a gas mask onto a young woman sporting a tie-dyed shirt stretched across her heavily pregnant belly.

Next on the scene: Canis Celebritus — also known as the Celebrity Hound Dog. Rapper Nelly best epitomizes this attention-seeking creature. He jetted down to Ferguson to preach peaceful social justice. Some in attendance took note of the wealthy rapper’s ostentatious protest attire: massive diamond earrings as big as some of the rocks protesters hurled at hapless Hayes. Not-so-wise Nelly told residents not to “overreact,” while accusing police of purposefully inflaming protesters in the same breath. He lectured the crowd to have a plan. But when asked to outline his own, he said he didn’t have one, and his large megaphone went silent.

Accompanying Canis Celebritus are members of the infamous class of hucksters who belong to a class I’ll dub Divisio Demagogus. Chief agitators include Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Marc Lamont Hill, Van Jones and Malik Shabazz. These race-hustling pot-stirrers have made their names concocting hate-crime hoaxes, inciting violence against police and deepening racial and ethnic division for decades. Their total lack of self-awareness never ceases to amaze. Hatemonger Shabazz, who repped the lying Duke lacrosse rape case liar, dropped into Ferguson to proclaim: “We’re not going to let agent provocateurs ruin things tonight.”

From the L.A. riots to Hurricane Katrina to Ferguson, an eternal truth endures: Tragedy is the mother of poisonous pretension.

The Ferguson feeding frenzy by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2014 The most poisonous “-ism” now infecting Ferguson, Missouri, is not virulent racism. It’s viral narcissism. Over the past two weeks, the impoverished St. Louis County suburb has become a magnet for self-absorbed publicity seekers of all colors and agendas. Perhaps the most repulsive species […]
Rick Perry ad knocks out indictment with roundhouse kick to the head

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Before video of the knockout blow, some brief background on the indictment of Texas Gov. Rick Perry that even the New York Times and David Axelrod have said is questionable at best:

At issue is Perry’s decision to veto $7.5 million in funding for an anti-corruption unit that is part of the Travis County district attorney’s office. Perry wanted Rosemary Lehmberg (D), the district attorney for Travis County, to step down after her April 2013 drunken-driving arrest. She declined, and Perry made good on his threat to withhold the money. A watchdog group filed an ethics complaint that led to Perry’s indictment on two felony counts.

In response, Team Perry delivered those who indicted the governor a cup-shattering kick to the crotch:

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And that's how it's done

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RedState Wed, 20 Aug 2014 17:19:50 GMT  

Police Officer in Ferguson Threatens to Kill Protester

Via NYMag comes some pretty shocking video from Ferguson last night. By all media accounts, last night was the first night of relative calm in several days and the crowd had settled in to peaceful protest. In the middle of this comes two astonishing videos of a police officer (I cannot tell which department he is with) threatening to kill protesters who were engaged in | Read More »

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Via NYMag comes some pretty shocking video from Ferguson last night. By all media accounts, last night was the first night of relative calm in several days and the crowd had settled in to peaceful protest. In the middle of this comes two astonishing videos of a police officer (I cannot tell which department he is with) threatening to kill protesters who were engaged in no obvious acts of violence at all, including aggressively pointing what appears to be a tricked out carbine, a police version of the Army’s M4A1 at the crowd. Warning: pervasive language warning:

Again, obviously, we don’t have the full context on video but from the police’s own accounts, last night was a much calmer night. There is nothing to indicate anything occurring other than protesters walking with their hands in the air, as described by the video’s narrator. The cop in question, who refused to identify himself (unless he truly does have an unfortunate name) can be clearly heard screaming “I will f***ing kill you!” at someone as he points his weapon at the recipient of the threat. In another video of the same officer, one of the other officers on the scene finally realizes that Officer GFY pointing this very large gun at protesters and threatening their lives might not be a good idea and comes by and at least gets him to lower the weapon:

I don’t know this guy’s story but I think it’s fairly obvious for the safety of all concerned that he should perhaps be pulled off crowd control for the immediate future. To say nothing of facing potential disciplinary charges, depending on the facts of the case. I can see nothing that occurs on the video that would justify an actual threat on the lives of these protesters but at least this time everyone escaped from this situation with their lives.

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Be polite to the police

I guess I’ll take up the RedState counter-point position on whether it’s “fascist” for a former police officer to encourage polite behavior during encounters with the cops.  That word is remarkably ill-chosen.  Even if you think the author in question, former LAPD officer and current Colorado Tech professor of homeland security Sunil Dutta, is endorsing arrogance or authoritarianism, that’s well short of “fascism.”  The Eff Word should not be | Read More »

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I guess I’ll take up the RedState counter-point position on whether it’s “fascist” for a former police officer to encourage polite behavior during encounters with the cops.  That word is remarkably ill-chosen.  Even if you think the author in question, former LAPD officer and current Colorado Tech professor of homeland security Sunil Dutta, is endorsing arrogance or authoritarianism, that’s well short of “fascism.”  The Eff Word should not be bandied about lightly.  I also don’t think it should be avoided completely.  Understanding the true nature of fascism is important to defeating it, and to avoiding its allure.  Yes, it has allure, and it’s quite powerful; like all the other isms, it has adherents who think its core tenets are sound, and just haven’t been implemented properly by The Right People yet.

Nothing Dutta says comes anywhere near fascism.  I would also dispute the characterization of his article as largely containing “extraneous fluff.”  It’s quite obvious that many people need to hear what cops go through.  Sadly, it is also necessary to emphasize that they’re not bloodthirsty psychopaths with itchy trigger fingers.  Look at the demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri.  I mean really look at them.  Read the signs, listen to the speeches, check out the commentary from all those “outside agitators.”  There are a lot of people who do think the police forces consist largely of thugs and nearly genocidal killers.  You’ve got irresponsible loons like Michael Eric Dyson running around and calling the Brown shooting “clearly a brutal execution of this unarmed young man by police.”  Dutta isn’t preening himself – he’s responding to a socially destructive accusation made by cynical operators who know it isn’t true, and will therefore be ever more cunning about spreading it.

This isn’t just a point of wounded ego for police officers.  They’re not being churlish.  Their lives are on the line.  If they are obliged to go into communities full of people who think they are fascist goons who kill young black men for sport, the odds of them coming under attack increase.  The possibility of resolving conflicts peacefully diminishes.

As Dutta points out, encounters with the police are rarely hail-fellow-well-met affairs filled with country-club jocularity.  Everyone is naturally nervous and defensive when approached by law enforcement.  Nobody sees red-and-blue lights flashing in the rear-view mirror and thinks, “Oh, goody, the police want to have a word with me!  I can’t wait to tell them how much I like the paint job on their new cruisers!”  Everyone feels that momentary sting of guilt and defensiveness.  Of course, if you are guilty of something and you know it, the sting lasts longer, and can result in more aggressive behavior.  That gets to the crucial point of the encounter in Ferguson between Officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown: it remains a subject of debate whether Wilson knew Brown had just pulled off a strong-arm robbery, but Brown most certainly knew it, and probably suspected Wilson did too, or would find out at any moment.

So both police and citizens enter nearly every encounter with some degree of apprehension, sometimes for different reasons.  The cop knows why he initiated the encounter.  The citizen may or may not know.  The citizen might have an inaccurate theory of why the encounter began.  The last time I was pulled over by a police officer, it was because the lights that illuminate my license plate had gone out.  I had absolutely no idea this problem existed, and was confused and astonished when those lights flashed on behind me.  Never for one microsecond did I think it would be a good idea to begin the conversation by angrily demanding to know why she had dared to interrupt my lawful and conscientious driving.  I was polite, she was cheerful, and I thanked her for making me aware of the problem.

Nothing in this passage from Dutta’s article is foolish, offensive, arrogant, fascist, or bad advice:

Even though it might sound harsh and impolitic, here is the bottom line: if you don’t want to get shot, tased, pepper-sprayed, struck with a baton or thrown to the ground, just do what I tell you. Don’t argue with me, don’t call me names, don’t tell me that I can’t stop you, don’t say I’m a racist pig, don’t threaten that you’ll sue me and take away my badge. Don’t scream at me that you pay my salary, and don’t even think of aggressively walking towards me. Most field stops are complete in minutes. How difficult is it to cooperate for that long?

I know it is scary for people to be stopped by cops. I also understand the anger and frustration if people believe they have been stopped unjustly or without a reason. I am aware that corrupt and bully cops exist. When it comes to police misconduct, I side with the ACLU: Having worked as an internal affairs investigator, I know that some officers engage in unprofessional and arrogant behavior; sometimes they behave like criminals themselves. I also believe every cop should use a body camera to record interactions with the community at all times. Every police car should have a video recorder. (This will prevent a situation like Mike Brown’s shooting, about which conflicting and self-serving statements allow people to believe what they want.) And you don’t have to submit to an illegal stop or search. You can refuse consent to search your car or home if there’s no warrant (though a pat-down is still allowed if there is cause for suspicion). Always ask the officer whether you are under detention or are free to leave. Unless the officer has a legal basis to stop and search you, he or she must let you go. Finally, cops are legally prohibited from using excessive force: The moment a suspect submits and stops resisting, the officers must cease use of force.

I heartily agree on the body camera idea – a simple and inexpensive precaution with today’s technology.  I endorse the rest of it too, without qualification or reservation: do not argue with the police officer, call them names, tell them they can’t stop you, insult them as racist pigs, threaten them, scream at them, or try to physically intimidate them.

You know what?  That’s good advice for dealing with just about everyone.  Be polite to the police.  Be polite to Burger King counter attendants, random strangers you meet while jogging, airline flight attendants, and everyone else too.

But the police are a special case, for the reasons Dutta and I have outlined.  It’s not quite the same thing as ordering a burger or asking a flight attendant for an extra pillow.  It is a more uncertain encounter than most other interactions we might have in life.  A cop’s typical workday is quite a bit different than most; he or she is under different kinds of stress.  The police officer also has reason to believe that most encounters with citizens can go bad very quickly, in ways ranging from verbal altercation to physical violence.  The cop and citizen are understandably and justifiably apprehensive of each other, for different reasons.  Do you read a lot of stories about police officers getting hurt and killed in the line of duty?  I’ll bet most of the officers you’ll meet read those stories even more closely than you do.

Nothing diffuses such apprehension better than good manners.  In fact, many of our social customs descend from times when encounters between travelers were even more commonly perilous and uncertain.

It is fair to say that the police should be polite as well.  They are trained that way.  But they’re also trained to establish control of uncertain situations quickly, and that can involve a degree of intimidation.  The more out-of-control the situation becomes, the more urgently an officer – especially a lone officer dealing with multiple people – can feel it necessary to use intimidation tactics to assert authority.  They can get it wrong sometimes, sure.  They’re only human.  Some of them are better and more experienced than others.  And that is where our responsibility as citizens obliges us to do our part, and offer the very modest assistance of conducting ourselves with restraint.

Yes, citizens have responsibilities, too.  If you’re going to view the police as stormtroopers in an invading army, you’re not really part of the same society as them any more.  Unless you’re a hardened criminal, you probably want the police to serve and protect you.  This must be a reciprocal relationship, a two-way street, and no amount of general disdain for the overall performance of police forces, locally or nationwide, absolves us of the responsibility to hold our end of that relationship up.  I assume the majority of people reading this are adults.  Very well: conduct yourself as one.  It’s a terrible weakness in our social fabric that demanding responsible adult behavior from everyone is considered controversial.  No favors are done for any group of people by setting lower standards for them, out of pity or condescension.

An adult understands that polite behavior is not an act of submission.  On the contrary, it is a demonstration of strength and confidence.  Police officers do not relish dealing with anxious citizens.  You’re not bending the knee to a cop and submitting to his fascist appetites by being polite to him – what infantile rubbish.  It’s no surprise to find a lack of social stability among people who think good manners and modest conduct are signs of weakness and submission.

And if the officer doesn’t return your good manners?  It happens, to be sure.  There are abuses, some of them outrageous.  I’m not here to say every officer is a paragon.  But I am here to tell you that if you show polite respect to police officers – who have undergone training, sworn vows, and accepted risks that make their office worthy of respect – the odds of any given encounter going hideously wrong are vastly diminished, no matter what color your skin is.  

Be polite to the police.  I offer that advice without qualification or exception.  I wonder why it is necessary to keep repeating it.  Or to explain why it’s not invalidated by bad or even criminal behavior by individual police officers.  ”Here’s a list of police officers who were jerks, and that’s why I treat them all like jerks!” is not a winning strategy.

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Perry Grand Juror Is Democratic Party Activist. Sought Out a Grand Jury Witness While Serving.

Media Trackers has the scoop. A grand juror in the Rick Perry grand jury is not only a Democratic activist, but was active in the party while on the grand jury. Rho Chalmers, who disclosed to the Houston Chronicle yesterday that she was a member of the grand jury that indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry, was an active delegate to the Texas Democratic Party convention | Read More »

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Media Trackers has the scoop. A grand juror in the Rick Perry grand jury is not only a Democratic activist, but was active in the party while on the grand jury.

Rho Chalmers, who disclosed to the Houston Chronicle yesterday that she was a member of the grand jury that indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry, was an active delegate to the Texas Democratic Party convention during grand jury proceedings. Chalmers’ active participation in Democratic state politics is important because she claimed yesterday to the Houston Chronicle that her decision to indict Perry, a Republican, was not based on politics.

In fact, Chalmers participated in a Democratic Party event while serving on the grand jury.

Media Trackers has more.

What is also disturbing is that the juror apparently went to an event with Sen. Kirk Watson while serving on the grand jury. Watson was a witness to the grand jury. The juror posted a picture on her Facebook page on June 27, 2014, at the Watson event. That was during the time the grand jury was meeting.

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Why Place Matters

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Bill McClay to discuss his new book on why place matters, our society's mobility and if Detroit can be saved.

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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Bill McClay to discuss his new book, Why Place Matters: Geography, Identity, and Civic Life in Modern America, mobility and if Detroit can be saved.

If you’d like to email us, you can do so at bjackson[at]coffeeandmarkets.com. We hope you enjoy the show.

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