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5 Gitmo detainees released by the POTUS

I was just curious if any of our readers had heard or seen the fact that The Traitor-in-Chief had released five GITMO terrorists on any other mainstream news source.

This, along with the fact that the Traitor wants to negotiate with the Taliban, seems to be the biggest, most audacious act of Treason yet and I don’t care one whit the “reason”.

This is another instance of this man spitting on the graves of all those lost in the “War on Terror” and those gravely injured and still recovering. I cannot imagine what the families of those who fought this evil darkness in other lands must feel as they hear news like this.

How permissive is our elected representation that they wouldn’t be out on the steps of Congress, ready to impeach this piece of YELLOW.

I don’t know how much more we can take, when this is PURPOSEFULLY HIDDEN from the people.

Yet, most Americans are QUITE aware that the the New Jersey couple with some stupid reality show are in trouble with the law.

Are we so numb, so weak, so tolerant that we cannot even be overwhelmed with the enormity of what this man did in releasing these terrorists that our honorable and noble warriors have fought and died to put away forever?!

We have a family friend that worked at GITMO for a time. All he could tell us is that the NUMBER ONE GOAL of EVERY DETAINEE, was to get out and KILL AMERICANS.

And with the Taliban-coordinated jail breaks all over the middle east, one can’t help but wonder if this is not meant to assist in the Taliban gathering up forces for the rabid goal of all these detainees.

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Governments now sending emergency alerts to mobile phones

This is preparation for Martial Law…wake up folks…

Posted on July 29, 2013 at 6:10 PM

Updated yesterday at 6:37 PM

Did you hear an alarming sound on your cell phone Sunday night?

It was dispatched after 10:30 in conjunction with an Amber Alert in West Texas, four-and-a-half hours away.

New technology and a federal law now let the government send these emergency alerts to your phone — even though you never asked for them.

On Facebook, some people said it was a startling and eerie experience, leading them to disable the function.

“We would appreciate if they did not opt out of the program,” said Robert Hoever with National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, who helps administer the program. “We rely on the public’s participation,” he said.

The government and wireless carriers have automatically enrolled phone users onto the system, something most of us knew nothing about. Privacy experts say consumers should be allowed to decide if they want to opt-in.

“It saves an individual from receiving their first alert not having any idea why they’re receiving it, or who it’s coming from,” said Amie Stepanovich with the Electronic Privacy Information Center. “Or why it’s popping up on their phone — possibly while they’re laying in bed in a very personal space.”

In the case of Amber Alerts, notifications may go out to huge portions of the state, if that’s what investigators on the case believe is most helpful. However, the system has the capacity to alert people in very specific areas for things like weather emergencies.

In all, the system can handle three kinds of warnings: Amber Alerts; imminent threat alerts for things like natural disasters, earthquakes and tornadoes; and an alert issued by the president.

You cannot opt out of the presidential alert, but there is a setting to turn off the other two alerts.


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Missouri Gov Vetoes Nullification Of Gun Laws – State Politicians Override Him!

Warner Todd Huston

July 27, 2013 9:11pm PST

The Missouri legislature passed a bill that would essentially nullify any federal interference in the state’s gun laws. But Governor Jay Nixon vetoed the bill telling the legislature that they could not oppose the federal government (so much for the 10th Amendment, eh?).

Early in July the governor vetoed a bill that would have made it a state crime for federal officials to attempt to enforce federal gun laws. The bill also would have made it a crime for journalists and activists to publish the names and addresses of gun owners in the state.

(See also: Nancy Pelosi: We Need More Gun Control To “Protect And Defend” The Constitution!)

Governor Nixon said that the law violated the supremacy claus of the U.S. Constitution giving the federal government preference over state laws. He also noted that the bill violated the freedom of the press and free speech.

The state legislature needs a two-thirds vote in both the House and the Senate to override the veto. Now it looks like they might have the numbers to do just that and with a bipartisan coalition, at that.

Missouri is a very pro-gun state and even Democrats are hard pressed to stray from the pro-gun line.

(See also: Gun Buyback Forced To Cancel, Thanks To Restrictive New Gun Laws)

“We love our guns and we love hunting. It’s not worth the fight for me to vote against it,” Rep. T.J. McKenna, D-Festus told the Associated Press. But, he added, “the bill is completely unconstitutional, so the courts are going to have to throw it out.”

The legislation would make it a misdemeanor for federal agents to attempt to enforce any federal gun regulations that “infringe on the people’s right to keep and bear arms.” The same criminal charges would apply to journalists who publish any identifying information about gun owners. The charge would be punishable by up to a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Missouri will have to wait until the new week begins to find out if pro-gun legislators have the numbers to beat the governor’s veto.

(See also: 61 Murdered In Chicago DURING The Zimmerman Trial)


Rep. McKenna is likely right about a court fight if the law is passed over the governor’s veto. There certainly are questions of just how far a state can go to nullify federal actions.

(See also: 40 Companies & People That Want To Take Away Your Guns)

Many states across the country are making moves like this, challenging the federal government on its arrogance, though. It is a 10th Amendment issue, for sure. Do the states have the power to make laws outside of those areas where the federal government has enumerated powers… or not? That is where we are, America.

But the fact is, if the federal government hadn’t been stealing power away from the states for the last 50 years (or more), this 10th Amendment movement wouldn’t have started in the first place. These 10th Amendment issues didn’t come up because of crazy, out-of-the-mainstream conservatives feeling their oats. This is a reaction to federal overreach of long standing, not some sot of political trick from the right.

(See also: Trayvon Martin Gun Control: 30 Celebrities Who Want To Take Away Your Guns)

More of this will be happening in reaction to the continued un-American overreach by Obama and his crew.

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B.F.’s Rebel Rum Recipe

If you want to know how to make rum, you’re in the right place.  Here is a recipe from our friend BF.  It’s his favorite rum recipe and here’s a word straight from him:

“I will say as a bit of a warning to pass on to others, rum made from a pot still has some wildly different characteristics than Bacardi or something like that. Pot distilled rum is much closer to Myers rum or a local rum found anywhere in the Caribbean.”


10 pounds raw cane sugar
9  gallons water
160 oz. unsulphured molasses

Mash / Fermenting / Distillation Procedure

Heat water to 120 degrees Fahrenheit  stirring sugar in a pound at a time.  Add molasses, a jar at a time, once once most of sugar has been dissolved.  Stir thoroughly while adding so molasses does not burn. For a more mellow, smoother finished product, allow to cool to 70 degrees Fahrenheit and add bread yeast. Aerate, then transfer to carboys. For a higher yield (but a more unpredictable finish) use “Super Start” yeast and ferment at 90F. Install air lock and allow to ferment for at least 2 weeks. Let it settle and then distill! Age in a Bourbon cask for a more mellow drinking experience.

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Douche of the Week: Jesse Ventura


Editor’s note: With the recent news of Mr. Ventura’s lawsuit against Chris Kyle’s widow moving forward in court, we felt it necessary to republish this story (originally posted on June 4, 2013) because, well, he’s still a giant douche and we don’t want anyone to forget that. 

By Mr. Twisted

“Bunch of slack-jawed faggots around here.”

That classic line from the movie Predator stands out for many guys as being the quintessential Jesse Ventura—an actual Vet who made it to a big budget Hollywood movie without losing the ability to insult his fellow man like any seasoned enlisted man would. Men all around the country said, “hey, that guy is pretty bad ass!”

Then that guy went on to become governor of Minnesota, and a bunch of dudes all around the country said, “hey, you mean that guy from Predator is a governor? That’s bad ass!”

Unfortunately, that cool line from the mini-gun wielding character named Blaine was basically the only worthwhile thing that Jesse Ventura ever contributed to society.

Last week Ventura made headlines (something he’s clearly aching to do to find relevancy) by suing the wife of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle for the money she has profited from her deceased husband’s book.

And yes, it’s as bad as it sounds.

But we’ll get back to that in a minute.

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The story that Ventura (real name: James George Janos) has always passed off about himself is that he was a SEAL in Vietnam. Other SEALs have claimed that this is not true, as Ventura was a UDT (Underwater Demolition Team) member, and declined the opportunity for SEAL training. Ventura has since claimed that he always told people he was a UDT member, but then made the statement that “today we refer to all of us as SEALs; that’s all it is.”

He served honorably in Vietnam, but has—as appears to be the case, at least—blurred the lines of truth as to what he actually was or did.

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After leaving the Navy, Jesse “The Body” Ventura got into pro wrestling and made quite a name for himself doing lots of steroids, jumping off the high ropes, and fake-punching dudes in make-up for over ten years. He would later become a commentator for the World Wrestling Federation, giving play-by-play for other dudes in make-up bitch-slapping one another.

Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

At the end of his wrestling career, Ventura began transitioning into acting. After Predator and The Running Man, he went on to star in such classics as Thunderground, Abraxas: Guardian of the Universe, and Tagteam—all of which were…something. Who knows?

In 1998, the politically-savvy Frogman used this ground-breaking technology known as “the internet” to capture enough grass-roots voters to become the governor of Minnesota, an office he held from 1999 to 2003. He decided not to run for reelection because, well, politics is hard, dammit!

But he didn’t rule out a run for the White House in the future. In 2008, ol’ Jesse spoke at a Ron Paul rally, organized by Campaign for Liberty. By the end of the event, both camps thought he was a complete joke.

In the last several years, Ventura has managed to capture a very small amount of spotlight for his television show Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, on which he talks about the guy on the grassy knoll, FEMA death camps, and the dreaded Fifth Column (you know who you are!).

That all brings us to the beginning of 2012, when Chris Kyle, U.S. Navy SEAL, began promoting his book American Sniper, which profiles Chris and his tours in Iraq as a sniper. While on a radio show talking about the book, a caller asked Kyle if the rumor was true that he had knocked Ventura out in a bar fight. Kyle confirmed the story and said that Ventura had been loudly disrespectful at the wake of a fallen SEAL and had, after being asked to tone it down, told Kyle that SEALs “deserved to lose a few guys.” The knuckle sandwich followed and “the Body” crumpled.

Ventura has claimed that this story is false and that it never happened, and filed a defamation suit against Chris Kyle. Sadly, on February 2 of this year, Kyle was murdered at a shooting range.

But that hasn’t stopped Ventura, who has added Kyle’s widow to the lawsuit because he thinks that Kyle’s estate shouldn’t profit from the damage done to the former governor’s reputation.

Also, he is continuing the suit because he is a world-class douchebag who wants to secure a special place in hell.

What kind of low-life piece of garbage-sucking mongrel does one have to be to make this seem like a rational course of action?

Stop and consider something: let’s suppose, just for a moment, that Ventura is right in this story—that the knock-out never happened and that Kyle was lying. So what? Did Ventura’s already-weak book sales get even weaker? Did his meager audience of overgrown basement dwellers dwindle even further? Did it ruin his chances of being in Expendables 3?

Now stop and consider something else: what would Chris Kyle possibly have to gain by making the story up? The book was already destined to be a bestseller, he was a national hero, and Ventura was/is a washed up has-been. Telling a story about some loon who mouthed off in a bar and got smacked for it does not increase book sales or guarantee movie rights. There was no financial gain for Kyle in that regard.

Here are the facts: Ventura’s career in acting tanked long ago. He’s had more than one failed television show. He quit being governor after promising the world and…not delivering, mostly because he really didn’t understand how politics works. He has made rash claims about 9/11 and then changed his tune, and gone from one extreme to another—and back again—on his own religious beliefs within a fairly short period time, all while mocking those who don’t think the way he does (which is still unclear). In other words, “stalwart of consistency” is not a term you will hear associated with Jesse Ventura.

Kyle, on the other hand, was by all accounts a tremendous warrior who helped his brothers in arms. Overseas, he provided invaluable over-watch for his men by becoming a true force-multiplier. Upon his return—and after leaving the service—he continued to serve his comrades by creating a charity that aided wounded Veterans who were struggling to reintegrate into society. sniper-chris-kyle

Ventura, in filing a lawsuit against the Kyle estate, is announcing that he is not only a Heavyweight Champion of Douchebags, but also is intent on taking money away from pro-Veteran causes and charities (all for something that multiple eye witnesses say did in fact happen). FITCO Cares foundation, which was started by Kyle, helps U.S. war Vets who are having trouble on the home front. Additionally, Kyle stated before his death that proceeds from his book were being given mostly to families of those he was unable to save in combat.

I guess Ventura’s ever-glowing reputation as a steroid-abusing, irrational, leotard-wearing, failed politician is more important than those causes…

Oh, and this just in, The Body-Douche is floating rumors out now about running for President in 2016. I didn’t think this guy could get any more ridiculous, but here we are. It’s going to be tough to top this level of douchebaggery.