Convicted Muslim Terrorist From Jordan Was Hired As An Obamacare Navigator

Obama Hires Muslim Terrorists To Promote Obamacare – Conservative Infidel

A convicted terrorist from Jordan was hired as an Obamacare navigator in President Obama’s home state of Illinois.

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Rasmieh Yousef Odeh was convicted of three acts of terrorism include bombing a grocery store in Israel. Authorities confirmed Odeh killed at least four people and injured dozens.

The Illinois Department of Insurance revoked Odeh’s position as a Navigator In-Person Counselor in November 2013 after discovering she was involved in terrorist attacks. The DOI explained the decision was “based on an investigation which revealed that she had been convicted in Israel for her role in the bombings of a supermarket and the British Consulate in Jerusalem and failed to reveal the conviction on her application.”

In October 2013, the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Eastern District of Michigan notified the Illinois DOI of Odeh’s history as a terrorist for the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).

Odeh, who maintains nine aliases, was indicted in October for lying on her immigration application over a decade ago.

If convicted, Odeh could lose her U.S. citizenship and serve ten years in prison.

I’m sorry, “could” lose her citizenship?

The U.S. government should concentrate less on carrying out President Obama’s liberal agenda and more on ensuring convicted Muslim terrorists aren’t living among us.

Are you appalled? Tell us what you think!

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Something to remember if you use a gun in self-defense

No matter how justified your action is, no matter how in fear for your life you were, you might still be charged because of political reasons, as George Zimmerman was, or you might be charged because of an over zealous anti-gun prosecutor. I believe I wrote about this case last year

Several of you have passed along stories in recent days about the bizarre murder case being brought against US Air Force Tech Sgt. Matt Pinkerton, but it wasn’t until I saw the description of events posted in Bullets First that I realized just how outrageous the charges were:

Matt and Jessica [Pinkerton] were entertaining another couple one of whom was Matt’s brother Mike.  [Kendall] Green showed up shortly before 2am demanding to see Jessica.  Matt refused to let him in and closed the door on him then turned to return to his wife and guests.  It was at that time that Green kicked in the front door and stormed into the house.

Matt, who had retrieved his Glock 17 when he first heard someone outside (not unreasonable when he wasn’t expecting anyone at 2 in the morning) still had it on him when Green busted in the front door and came at him.  Matt fired once from 10 to 15 feet away and when Green continued toward him fired again.

This is a textbook example of Castle Doctine, where a homeowner has the right to treat anyone forcing their way into a home is to be considered a deadly threat.

Assistant State’s Attorney Glen Neubauer asserts that after Green kicked in the door and was charging Pinkerton from just 10 feet away, Pinkerton should have called 911

See what I mean? There was ZERO justification for charging this man with murder, YET, an Assistant State’s Attorney. went ahead and brought charges. This time, it worked out for the good guy

Our friend and Bearing Arms contributor Mike McDaniel has been following the Pinkerton case on his own site, and now reports that charges against Pinkerton have been dismissed by the judge… and that’s no small thing:

…Pinkerton was apparently not acquitted, in other words, found not guilty of the charges. There is a significant difference in the process of the similar outcomes. To be acquitted, one much normally endure a complete trial and a jury must render a “not guilty” verdict. In this case it seems that the judge determined that there wasn’t enough evidence to sustain any of the multiple charges against Pinkerton. If this trial followed the normal course of such things, after the prosecution presented its case, the defense asked that the judge dismiss the charges because the prosecution failed to sustain its burden of proof, and that request was obviously granted, likely with prejudice, meaning the charges cannot be refilled in the future. If so, the case is over.

There is, however, one additional possibility: the judge might have dismissed prior to the conclusion of the prosecution’s case, so obvious was the prosecution’s lack of evidence, so poorly did the prosecutor observe Maryland state law. If that happened, it is unusual indeed. Prosecutors normally do not bring murder charges absent a very strong case, and judges are normally reluctant to dismiss a murder case before all potential evidence has been heard.

I have argued before that the anti-gun nuts are intent on banning self-defense eventually. This case bears that out all too well, as does this one from The Yankee Marshal

Leftist Radio Host Threatens To Endanger Public By Calling In False Police Reports When He Sees Legal Gun Possession

Libtalker Mike Malloy Vows To Start Panic If He Sees Open Carry Permit Holder With Gun – Newsbusters

Look no further for a textbook example of what passes for logic from a liberal.

If there’s one thing leftist radio host Mike Malloy really hates, or so he claims, it is suffering from the improper use of firearms. Being a gun owner, he doesn’t hate guns themselves or want them banned, based on what he’s said on his show. More accurately, the thing he seems to hate most is when conservatives own guns. (Audio after the jump)

Malloy, a former CNN news writer and Air America Radio host, seldom lets an hour pass without complaining about a new law in Georgia that allows concealed carry permit holders to bring guns to bars, supermarkets, municipal buildings and some parts of airports.

Those who hold open carry permits and brandish their guns in public are another target of Malloy’s ire, to the point that Malloy recently made this bizarre threat (audio) -

I guess what I’ll do if I’m ever in that situation and I see one of these half-witted yahoos walking in with a weapon, high-caliber rifle like that, I’ll just put on a berserk act. I will just start screaming Gun! Gun! Gun! Watch out, everybody hit the deck! Guns! Guns! Everybody! And then dial 911 and I will say, shots fired, which will bring every g**-damned cop within 15 miles. And then the half-wits with the long guns are going to panic and they’re going to run out of the store and if that rifle isn’t shouldered properly, the cop is going to take a look at that and put a bullet right in their forehead.

And Mike Malloy’s day will be complete.

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In his brave, tireless efforts to stop senseless injuries and deaths from firearms, Malloy vows to start a panic in a public area – which would easily result in injuries and possibly fatalities. Clearly it has not crossed Malloy’s fevered mind that if he was actually opposed to senseless injuries and deaths, the last thing he would do is suggest what he did. Guess who goes to jail if you shout fire when there is none in a crowded theater, Mike? Diverting police with bogus 911 calls might prevent them from helping those in genuine distress. You really ought to think these things through.

This is what you can expect from a man who has also threatened to shoot an unnamed National Rifle Association board member – another example of Malloy’s meager efforts to cut down on violence.

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Million Dollar Donor To Obama’s 2012 Campaign Indicted For Manslaughter And Insurance Fraud

Obama MegaDonor Indicted For Manslaughter And Fraud – Right Scoop

A million dollar donor to Obama’s 2012 campaign and 14 of his affiliates have been indicted for involuntary manslaughter and fraud but you probably won’t hear about it much in the mainstream media.

Here’s a local report:

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Eric Lach of Talking Points Memo has followed the donor for a long time:

A California grand jury has indicted Kareem Ahmed, a major donor to President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, and 15 of Ahmed’s associates in an alleged multimillion-dollar insurance kickback scheme.

Ahmed, the president and CEO of a company called Landmark Medical Management, is accused of masterminding the scheme and faces charges including conspiracy, insurance fraud, and, most dramatically, involuntary manslaughter, according to one of two sealed indictments issued by an Orange County grand jury both dated June 17 and obtained this week by TPM.

The first of the two indictments accused Ahmed of developing topical cream formulas “based on the profitability of the ingredients,” and then giving doctors who treated workers’ compensation patients illegal financial incentives to prescribe the creams. The scheme, which ran from 2009-2013, also involved filing false claims with multiple insurance companies, the nine-count indictment alleges.

In an earlier report, Lach said that Ahmed told him, “I have the White House on notice,” when he found out the reporter was going to write an article about him, long before any indictment came down. Nice friends you got there, Obama.

Notice also the sweet photo of Ahmed with Michelle Obama:

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Adorable.

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El Paso cop shoots handcuffed prisoner, will face no charges

Bob Owens is at a loss for words, and I am as well. Here is the video, warning, it shows a man being killed

Here is a report from Headline News that adds some perspective

It seems that one officer is pushed during the struggle, as he falls backwards he seems to bumps into the officer who pulled his gun causing an accidental discharge. My question is why did that officer draw his weapon? Why was his finger on the trigger? What do you think?

For anyone foolish enough to cheer the attacks on the Redskins by the U.S. Patent Office

First here is the story

The decision this past week by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to rescind federal trademark protections for the Redskins may ultimately tip the balance in the controversy over the 80-year-old name of Washington’s football team. If so, that would be a shame. Not because there’s insufficient reason to consider the name “disparaging to Native Americans,” as the patent office determined. Many of us recoil at the reference to skin color as a team identity. The problem is that the Redskins case is just the latest example of a federal agency going beyond its brief to inappropriately insert itself in social or political debates.

Few people would have expected the future of the Redskins to be determined by an obscure panel in a relatively small government agency. Yet the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board showed little restraint in launching itself into this heated argument — issuing an opinion that supports calls for change from powerful politicians, including President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). The board had at its disposal a ridiculously ambiguous standard that allows the denial of a trademark if it “may disparage” a “substantial composite” of a group at the time the trademark is registered.

Now, you might disagree with what Johnathan Turley writes. You might think to yourself that the name is “offensive” to some, so the trademark protection should be rescinded. You might not think this is not another example of the government over stepping its rightful role. Or you might think that this over stepping is not your problem. You might think those things, but, what will you think if the next target of the government over reach is you, or your business? What will you think if the government decides to play thought police with you? Think on that awhile.