Motor Voter Law 1993, Clinton, Cloward, Piven, Alinsky, Obama, Economic COLLAPSE

Posted on February 22, 2013. Filed under: ACORN, Capitalism, Clinton, Communism, Constitution, Democrats, Dictator, Freedom, Health Care, Hillary, Illegal Aliens, immigration, Liberty, Marxism, Obama, politics, Rush Limbaugh, Socialism, sovereignty, Taxes, U.S. Government, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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Remember the “Motor Voter Law” passed by Democrats and signed into law by Bill Clinton?  Bet you didn’t know this:

“This voter registration movement was spearheaded by the husband and wife team of Frances Fox Piven and Richard Cloward in the early 1980s in response to the Reagan administration. Both of them college professors and liberal activists.” Both of them involved in Alinksy radicalism. Still at it today. Obama embraced Alinsky, Cloward and Piven beliefs.

What’s the implication of involvement of Cloward and Piven? This:
“First proposed in 1966 and named after Columbia University sociologists Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, the Cloward-Piven Strategy seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse. Obama attended Columbia U and is carrying this out right in front of us, brazenly destroying our economy. ”

Have you noticed that there is crisis after crisis after crisis, since Obama was first elected in 2008? Each one is said to be devastating if Congress doesn’t pass some big money bill to solve it.  The results are trillions in debt, ailing economy, job losses, businesses closing. Capitalism is under attack.  If it fails, what will replace it? Socialism, Marxism, Dictatorship, something less than our Constitutional republic?

“In their 1966 article, Cloward and Piven charged that the ruling classes used welfare to weaken the poor; that by providing a social safety net, the rich doused the fires of rebellion. Poor people can advance only when “the rest of society is afraid of them,” Cloward told The New York Times on September 27, 1970. Rather than placating the poor with government hand-outs, wrote Cloward and Piven, activists should work to sabotage and destroy the welfare system; the collapse of the welfare state would ignite a political and financial crisis that would rock the nation; poor people would rise in revolt; only then would “the rest of society” accept their demands.

The key to sparking this rebellion would be to expose the inadequacy of the welfare state. Cloward-Piven’s early promoters cited radical organizer Saul Alinsky as their inspiration. “Make the enemy live up to their (sic) own book of rules,” Alinsky wrote in his 1989 book Rules for Radicals. When pressed to honor every word of every law and statute, every Judeo-Christian moral tenet, and every implicit promise of the liberal social contract, human agencies inevitably fall short. The system’s failure to “live up” to its rule book can then be used to discredit it altogether, and to replace the capitalist “rule book” with a socialist one.”

“Cloward and Piven calculated that persuading even a fraction of potential welfare recipients to demand their entitlements would bankrupt the system. The result, they predicted, would be “a profound financial and political crisis” that would unleash ‘powerful forces for major economic reform at the national level’.”

“Their article called for “cadres of aggressive organizers” to use “demonstrations to create a climate of militancy.” Intimidated by threats of black violence, politicians would appeal to the federal government for help.

“This was an example of what are commonly called Trojan Horse movements — mass movements whose outward purpose seems to be providing material help to the downtrodden, but whose real objective is to draft poor people into service as revolutionary foot soldiers; to mobilize poor people en masse to overwhelm government agencies with a flood of demands beyond the capacity of those agencies to meet. The flood of demands was calculated to break the budget, jam the bureaucratic gears into gridlock, and bring the system crashing down.   Fear, turmoil, violence and economic collapse would accompany such a breakdown — providing perfect conditions for fostering radical change.

“Cloward and Piven recruited a militant black organizer named George Wiley to lead their new movement.”  Beginning to sound like what we’re watching today?

“Both Cloward and Piven attended the White House signing of the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act as guests of President Clinton.

“Both the Living Wage and Voting Rights movements depend heavily on financial support from George Soros‘s Open Society Institute and his Shadow Party.”

(Unlikely to improve on the writings in these two cited articles, I chose to post excerpts from them, adding only a little commentary here and there. I sincerely hope you go to these articles and read them in their entirety. It’s important that our elected officials and influential people like Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, and many others, be sent this information.  Send it to your state governors and elected officials, too, because they fight on the front lines to stop this onslaught.  They need to know and expose it before it’s too late.)


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Posted on December 21, 2011. Filed under: Constitution, Democrats, Freedom, Liberty, Political, politics, Taxes, U.S. Government | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Jerrol LeBaron, founder of InkTip and Honor in Office,  has produced a documentary film about our elected representatives’ deplorable practice of voting for and passing bills that none of them have read. The consequences are well known: Obamacare, TARP, bailouts, ect.  Unless we educate ourselves and take some action to stop this, we’re all going to pay the bill with our hard-earned money and loss of freedom.

Watch the trailer and buy the DVD. Then pass the information on to everyone you know. Let’s all put our shoulders to the wheel and get the job done together.

Not only CAN we do this, but we MUST.

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Posted on June 7, 2011. Filed under: American Revolution, Big Brother, Christianity, Communism, Constitution, Democrats, Freedom, Freedom of Speech, politics, U.S. Government, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |






Please join Americans from all across the nation on August 6, 2011 at Reliant Center in Houston, Texas.    

 The solution is recorded in 2 Chronicles 7:14,

“If My people which are called by My Name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways; then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”

The solution is to turn from our wicked ways and humbly ask God for forgiveness.  If that’s the key, then the crisis must be the result of our sinfulness and must be punishment.  Like any father, punishment is measured and administered for the purpose of teaching that sin has consequences.  America was once a blessed nation and can be again.  TURN FROM OUR WICKED WAYS and SEEK HIS FACE AND FORGIVENESS.  That’s the path for returning to a blessed state and a blessed life.  Teach it to your children and grandchildren for their sakes.

There will be opposition, as always.  No matter how worthy the action, someone always takes issue.  Ignore them.  Let those people remain in stagnation and crisis.  Be one who is coming out and DON’T LOOK BACK.

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Five Republicans Will Vote For Elana Kagan

Posted on August 4, 2010. Filed under: 2010 election, American Revolution, Cap and Trade, Constitution, Democrats, Dictator, Energy, Freedom, Global Warming/Cimate Change, Guns, Liberty, Lindsey Graham, Obama, politics, U.S. Government | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

All but five Republicans will exercise common sense and good judgment and vote against Elana Kagan’s appointment to the Supreme Court.  They recognize that Kagan has no judicial experience and should not be one of the most important judges in the land for the rest of her life.  The cases she would adjudicate will be the most important and affect the greatest number of people  for the longest period of time.  Since when does anyone appoint a judge’s clerk to the bench of the highest court in the land?

Kagan has a lifetime record of political activism aligned with the extreme positions of none other than Pres. Barack Obama.  She is from his world and he appointed her precisely because he knows he can count on her to rule in favor of his positions, which amounts to fundamentally changing America.  That is not the duty of a Supreme Court Justice.  This court is for the sole purpose of upholding the Constitution exactly as it’s written with complete impartiality. 

Senator Jeff Sessions made a plea to the Senate to vote against her appointment, falling on the deaf ears of five Republicans who must not care about pure interpretation of the Constitution.

As expected, even though it’s a travesty, every Democrat except one, Sen. Ben Nelson of Florida, is expected to vote in her favor.  

“Republicans said Ms. Kagan would be the first nominee put forward by a Democratic president to face opposition from a Democratic senator since 1968….On the other side of the aisle, Maine Republicans Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe were joined by Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Judd Gregg of New Hampshire and Richard Lugar of Indiana in saying they would support Ms. Kagan.”  (emphasis mine)

Collins, Snowe and Graham can always be counted on to help the Democrats advance their agenda against the will of voters on the right.  THEY FORGET TO DANCE WITH THE PARTY THAT BROUGHT THEM.  Gregg seems to think that a president has the right to appoint anyone he wishes and that no Senator should stand in his way.  Someone should remind Gregg that the Senate is a check/balance to protect the people from a dictator “fundamentally changing America”, as Obama has promised to do many, many times. 

These five Republicans NEED to hear from Americans today.  The vote is Thursday.  We’re already saddled with Soto-Mayor who promised to be impartial and has already broken that promise, voting her personal beliefs regardless of the Constitution.

A known life-time activist will not pass up the opportunity to render a judgment that furthers her own personal beliefs.  Once on the bench, she can do whatever she likes and no one can stop her.  There will be no consequences and she will answer to no one. 

Call these five Republicans and demand that they vote against the appointment of an activist with no judicial experience to the Supreme Court of the United States of America.  Tell them that you are fed up with Republicans joining Democrats to the ruination of America.


For more information, read Marbie’s Blog post dated May 12, 2010 at

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Scott Brown for President? Not So Fast.

Posted on January 20, 2010. Filed under: 2010 election, Health Care | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

After last night’s election of Republican Scott Brown in Massachusetts, the throne held by Teddy Kennedy for decades, thoughts turned immediately to Scott Brown’s potential to win the presidency.  That’s not a well-thought-out reaction.  Scott Brown was the one who took on the challenge and won, but not necessarily because he is a great Republican or even a great moral man.  Most of us in the U.S. know nothing about him. 

In the past, people got excited about Colin Powell and begged him to run for president as the Republican candidate before they knew much about his political beliefs or even his party affiliation.  He was a handsome, well-educated, well-spoken four-star general who became very popular.  As it turned out, he affiliated with the Republican Party, but was very left-leaning and moderate, opposing some of the Party’s platform, which is not helpful to achieving those goals.  Eventually, he publicly endorsed the Democrat candidate for president over his own long-time friend and fellow veteran, Sen. John McCain.

In a “morning-after” interview aired on Fox News, Brown was asked if he favored the “big tent” theory for the Republican Party and he made it clear that he does.   Others who have advocated this position are; Colin Powell, who voted for the Democrat in the presidential election, abandoning his own Republican party; John McCain, who lost the election because of Republicans like Colin Powell who voted against his own party; former Congressman Christopher Shays, who was defeated by the Democrat he wanted to compromise with, perhaps because there was no clear difference between the candidates; and former Sen. Jim Jeffords, who eventually left the Republican party and caucused with the Democrats.  There are many others; some who are still in the Grand Old Party.  Watch those still in the GOP and see if they lose their elections, leave the Party and/or vote with the Democrats.

The moral is, either you’re a Republican or you’re not.  The Party has a platform – goals they are working to achieve.  If you’re advocating “not” achieving those goals, why are you a Republican?  Join the Party because you share their beliefs, not for the purpose of weakening their ability to accomplish their stated (and voted on) platform goals.  If you don’t share those beliefs, you’re in the wrong party.

Some have championed the virtue of “compromise”.  You should compromise when you’re out with friends and some want to eat Mexican food, while others want Italian food.  You should never compromise on your core values, your moral values, your principles.  You should never sell your values for some benefit, which politicians seem to do often.  The consequences of compromising your core beliefs are, more often than not, very damaging to people and to the country. 

Let’s take a wait and see attitude towards today’s winner, Scott Brown.  I’m glad he won because he wants to stop the current health care debacle bill and he was our last chance for that.  But President?  Not so fast,

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Obama, by Someone Who Really Knows Him – March 04, 2008

Posted on March 5, 2008. Filed under: Democrats, Obama, Obama's Associates & Appointees, Political, politics, Uncategorized, Who Is Obama? | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Todd Spivak is a reporter who has known Obama since 2000 and watched his rise from obscure to Democratic Presidential hopeful and rock star in just eight years. His article is posted on the web site of the HoustonPress. He talks about being stuck in traffic on the Southwest Freeway in Houston and remembering when he first met Obama.

I did not write the following. I’m taking it from Spivak’s own account. I’ve shortened sentences, paraphrased when necessary, left out a whole lot and put in just enough so that you get the picture. It would be beneficial to read the entire article.

Some key moments are:

“During his seven year tenure in the Illinois Legislature, Obama wrote an occasional column for the Lakefront Outlook community newspaper where I worked. In 2004, during his U.S. Senate bid, I profiled Obama for the Illinois Times.” Todd Spivak

Spivak was a young struggling reporter and Obama was a rookie state senator making about $50,000 a year living in a small condo just two blocks away from Spivak.

When Obama is asked now about his legislative record he rattles off several bills he sponsored as an Illinois lawmaker. He expanded children’s health insurance; made the state Earned Income Tax Credit refundable for low-income families; required public bodies to tape closed-door meetings to make government more transparent; and required police to videotape interrogations of homicide suspects. And the list goes on – a lengthy record filled with core liberal issues.

But what’s interesting, and almost never discussed, is that he built his entire legislative record in Illinois in a single year. During six of Obama’s seven year tenure in the Illinois Senate, it was controlled by Republicans. Each of those six years, Obama backed legislation that went nowhere. But in his seventh year, the Republican Majority Leader had been replaced with Emil Jones, Jr., a “gravel-voiced, dark-skinned African-American known for chain-smoking cigarettes on the Senate floor. Jones had served for three decades and represented a district on the Chicago South Side not far from Obama’s. He became Obama’s kingmaker.

Jones called his old friend Cliff Kelley, a former Chicago alderman, and told him he was going to make Obama a U.S. Senator.” And he did. Jones appointed Obama sponsor of virtually every high profile piece of legislation, angering many rank-and-file state legislators who had more seniority than Obama and had spent years championing the bills.

“I took all the beatings and insults and endured all the racist comments over the years from nasty Republican committee chairmen,” State Senator Rickey Hendon, the original sponsor of landmark racial profiling and videotaped confession legislation yanked away by Jones and given to Obama, complained to me (Spivak) at the time. “Barack didn’t have to endure any of it, yet, in the end, he got all the credit”.

During his seventh and final year in the state Senate, Obama’s stats soared. He sponsored a whopping 26 bills passed into law – including many he now cites in his presidential campaign when attacked as inexperienced. It was a stunnning achievement that started him on the path of national politics – and he couldn’t have done it without Jones.

Jones further helped raise Obama’s profile by having him craft legislation addressing the day-to-day tragedies that dominated local news headlines.

So how has Obama repaid Jones? Last June, to prove his commitment to government transparency, Obama released a comprehensive list of his earmark requests for fiscal year 2008. It comprised MORE THAN $300 MILLION IN PET PROJECTS FOR ILLINOIS, INCLUDING TENS OF MILLIONS FOR JONES’ SENATE DISTRICT.

On the stump, Obama has frequently invoked his experiences as a community organizer on the Chicago South Side in the early 1990’s, when he passed on six figure salary offers at corporate law firms after graduating from Harvard Law School to direct a massive voter-registration drive. But as a state senator, Obama evaded leadership on a host of critical community issues, from historic preservation to the rapid demolition of nearby public-housing projects, according to many South Siders. Harold Lucas, a veteran South Side community organizer who remembers when Obama was “just a big-eared kid fresh out of school”, says he didn’t finally decide to support Obama’s presidential bid until he was actually inside the voting booth on Super Tuesday. “I’m not happy about the quality of life in my community,” says Lucas, who now heads a black-heritage tourism business in Chicago. “As a local elected official, he had a primary role in that.”

When the city seized by eminent domain, the 70-year-old Gerri’s Palm Tavern, a historic jazz club that regularly hosted Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Josephine Baker and many others, and forced the Checkerboard Lounge, regularly featuring B.B. King and the like, to re-locate, Obama was silent. Obama’s aloofness on key community issues for years frustrated Lucas and many other South Siders. They believe he was just afraid of making politcal enemies.

Obama inflamed many residents in his old state Senate district last March when he endorsed controversial Chicago alderman Dorothy Tillman in a runoff election. She is best known for once pulling a pistol from her purse and brandishing it around at a city council meeting. Her ward comprised the city’s largest concentration of vacant lots. Just three months before Obama endorsed her, the Lakefront Outlook, a community newspaper ran a three-part investigative series exposing flagrant cronyism and possible tax law violations that centered on Tillman and her biggest pet project. Tillman lost the election despite Obama’s endorsement, which critics said countered his calls for clean government. He told the Chicago Tribune that he had backed Tillman because she was an early supporter of his 2004 U.S. Senate campaign.

This was not a wise decision. It was poor judgment on his part. He was operating like a politician trying to win the next step up.” says Timuel Black, a historian and City Colleges of Chicago professor emeritus who lived in Obama’s state Senate district. Obama has spent his entire political career trying to win the next step up. Every three years, he has aspired to a more powerful political position. Even many of his staunchist supporters, such as Black, still resent the strong-arm tactics Obama employed to win his seat in the Illinois Legislature.

Obama hired fellow Harvard Law alum and election law expert Thomas Johnson to challenge the nominating petitions of four other candidates. He found enough flaws to knock them all off and run unopposed. Of course, he won. “A close examination of Obama’s first campaign clouds the image he has cultivated throughout his political career,” wrote Tribune political reporters David Jackson and Ray Long.

Three years later, in September 1999, Obama was preparing for his first national campaign. He ran for U.S. Congress against the veteran incumbent Bobby Rush, a former co-founder of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party. Rush won by more than 30 percentage points.

Three years later, January 2003, Obama ran for U.S. Senate and cruised to victory thanks to the self-desctruction of his top opponents in both the primary and general elections. The front-runner’s campaign in the primary imploded when his divorce files were unsealed, revealing an ex-wife’s charges of verbal and physical abuse. Obama unleashed a barrage of television ads just before the election, when the other candidates had largely depleted their war chests. He won the nomination. The general election was a repeat performance. Obama’s opponent, Jack Ryan dropped out after a judge ordered that his divorce files be unsealed. Obama spent several weeks running unopposed while Republicans tried to find a new candidate. They finally put up Alan Keyes, whose bombastic rhetoric wasn’t popular. Obama won.

“He’s been given a pass,” says Harold Lucas. “His career has been such a meteoric rise that he has not had the time to set a record.”

A week after my (Spivak) profile of Obama was published, I called some of my contacts in the Illinois Legislature. I ran through a list of black Chicago lawmakers who had worked with Obama, and was surprised to learn that many resented him and had supported other candidates in the U.S. Senate election. “Anybody but Obama”, the late state Rep. Lovana Jones told me at the time. State Rep. Monique Davis attended the same church as Obama and co-sponsored several bills with him, also did not support him. “I was snubbed,” Davis told me. “I felt he was shutting me out of history.”

In a follow-up report published a couple of weeks later, I wrote about these disgruntled black legislators and the central role Senate President Emil Jones, Jr. played in Obama’s revived political life. The morning after the story was posted online, I arrived early at my offices. I hadn’t taken my coat off when the phone rang. It was Obama.

(This conversation you must read for yourself on page 5, the final page of the article.) In a nutshell, Obama wasn’t happy.

If this reporter is telling the truth, then we get a new picture of the real Barak Obama. If he isn’t telling the truth, he will be found out because he names many people who could refute this story.

Just thought you ought to know about this new rock star.

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