All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
Otero Residents Forum
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Here is an open carry/firearms ban from Topeka,KS similar to the recent illegal and unconstitutional open carry/firearms ban enacted by the Mayor of Ruidoso. Click on the title to read the information.
A writ of coram nobis is an order by an appeals court to a lower court to consider facts not on the trial record which might have changed the outcome of the lower court case if known at the time of trial. Coram nobis is a Latin term meaning the "error before us."
In deciding whether to grant the writ, courts have used a three-part test: a petitioner must
1. explain her failure to seek relief from judgment earlier,
2. demonstrate continuing collateral consequences from the conviction, and
3. prove that the error is fundamental to the validity of the judgment.
An example of when it might be used includes prosecutorial misconduct hiding exculpatory evidence from the defendant. A writ of coram nobis is issued once the petitioner is no longer in custody. Its legal effect is to vacate the underlying conviction. A petition for a writ of error coram nobis is brought to the court that convicted and sentenced the defendant.
Coram nobis is limited to cases in which a "fundamental error" or "manifest injustice" has been committed. A high burden of proof is required. It cannot be used to reopen and reargue points of law the courts have decided, but only to raise errors of fact that were knowingly withheld by the prosecutor from judges and defendants. A writ of error coram nobis is an extraordinarily rare remedy, known more for its denial than its approval. It is distinguished from a writ of error coram vobis which brings before the court certain mistakes of fact not put in issue or passed upon,such as the death of a party, coverture, infancy, error in process, or mistake of the clerk.
Although the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure expressly abolished the use of coram nobis in civil cases in the United States, see Fed. R. Crim. P. 60(b), the issue of the writ's availability to correct fundamental errors in criminal cases remained uncertain for many years. In United States v. Morgan, the Supreme Court resolved this question, holding that coram nobis was still available in federal court for criminal cases. See 346 U.S. 502, 512 (1954).
U.S. Constitution: Second Amendment
Second Amendment - Bearing Arms
Amendment Text | Annotations
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
Prior to the Supreme Court's 2008 decision in District of Columbia v. Heller,1 the courts had yet to definitively state what right the Second Amendment protected. The opposing theories, perhaps oversimplified, were (1) an "individual rights" approach, whereby the Amendment protected individuals' rights to firearm ownership, possession, and transportation; and (2) a "states' rights" approach, under which the Amendment only protected the right to keep and bear arms in connection with organized state militia units.2 Moreover, it was generally believed that the Amendment was only a bar to federal action, not to state or municipal restraints.3
However, the Supreme Court has now definitively held that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that weapon for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home. Moreover, this right applies not just to the federal government, but to states and municipalities as well.
In Heller, the Court held that (1) the District of Columbia's total ban on handgun possession in the home amounted to a prohibition on an entire class of "arms" that Americans overwhelmingly chose for the lawful purpose of self-defense, and thus violated the Second Amendment; and (2) the District's requirement that any lawful firearm in the home be disassembled or bound by a trigger lock also violated the Second Amendment, because the law made it impossible for citizens to use arms for the core lawful purpose of self-defense.
The Court reasoned that the Amendment's prefatory clause, i.e., "[a] well regulated
Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State," announced the Amendment's purpose, but did not limit or expand the scope of the operative clause, i.e., "the
right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." Moreover, the prefatory clause's history comported with the Court's interpretation, because the prefatory clause stemmed from the Anti-Federalists' concern that the federal government would disarm the people in order to disable the citizens' militia, enabling a politicized standing army or a select militia to rule.
Further, the Court distinguished United States v.Miller,4 in which the Court upheld a statute requiring registration under the National Firearms Act of sawed-off shotguns, on the ground that Miller limited the type of weapon to which the Second Amendment right applied to those in common use for lawful purposes.
In McDonald v. Chicago,5 the Court struck down laws enacted by Chicago and the village of Oak Park effectively banning handgun possession by almost all private citizens, holding that the Fourteenth Amendment incorporated the Second Amendment right, recognized in Heller, to keep and bear arms for the purpose of self-defense.
The Court reasoned that this right is fundamental to the nation's scheme of ordered liberty, given that self-defense was a basic right recognized by many legal systems from ancient times to the present, and Heller held that individual self-defense was "the central component" of the Second Amendment right. Moreover, a survey of the contemporaneous history also demonstrated clearly that the Fourteenth Amendment's Framers and ratifiers counted the right to keep and bear arms among those fundamental rights necessary to the Nation's system of ordered liberty.
554 U.S. ____ (2008).
A sampling of the diverse literature in which the same historical, linguistic, and case law background is the basis for strikingly different conclusions includes: Staff of Subcomm. on the Constitution, Senate Comm. on the Judiciary, 97th Congress, 2d Sess., The Right to Keep and Bear Arms (Comm. Print 1982); Don B. Kates, Handgun Prohibition and the Original Meaning of the Second Amendment (1984); Gun Control and the Constitution: Sources and Explorations on the Second Amendment (Robert J. Cottrol, ed. 1993); Stephen P. Halbrook, That Every Man Be Armed: The Evolution of a Constitutional Right (1984); Symposium, Gun Control, 49 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1 (1986); Sanford Levinson, The Embarrassing Second Amendment, 99 Yale L.J. 637 (1989).
SeePresser v. Illinois, 116 U.S. 252, 265 (1886); see also Miller v. Texas, 153 U.S. 535 (1894); Robertson v. Baldwin, 165 U.S. 275, 281-282 (1897).
307 U.S. 174 (1939).
No. 08-1521 (June 28, 2010).
Monday, May 2, 2011
Sorry to burst anyone's bubble...this is not a factual report. ORF is simply sharing another view of the Obama administration announcing the death of Osama Bin Laden.
This morning, like many other Americans, ORF staff were diligently listening to several media sources giving accounts of or discussing the announced death of Osama Bin Laden. The announcement was made public last night.
As this morning's radio talk shows focused on the meaning of Osama's death to Americans and the President...a disturbing call came into the Peter Boyles show...Denver...KHOW 630AM.
The caller alleges the gatherings of Americans outside the White House and at Ground Zero were SEIU members (Service Employees International Union). The caller alleges the SEIU members were gathered at near the White House and Ground Zero when the public
announcement of Osama's death was made. Jubilant celebrations by patriotic Americans at these two locations were immediate.
ORF asks: what political expediency would President Obama garner from the death of Osama? At a time when the birth certificate issue is being hotly debated, the South has been ravaged by tornadoes, fires plague the West, and the 2012 Presidential elections are looming
in the future...who would profit from the death of Osama Bin Laden? Has Osama been dead for some time...killed in the past and the fact with held from Americans?
If the threat of retaliation from Al Queda is deemed a national security risk, what extreme measures would this President impose on Americans to protect us from terrorists?
Again...ORF is simply asking the questions after hearing the public discourse.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Title click to read article on FOXNEWS website.
Some brat called 911 on her teacher...because he rattled a table in class.
Okay: you're on the job 9 months...and you tell your employer you want 3 weeks off for a religious pilgrimage. I don't have that in my benefit package. I'm expected to abide by the conditions of employment I agreed to when I was hired. (I hold the flashlight for a mechanic at a local shade tree garage).
FOXNEWS story on sexual discrimination allowed in the media against conservative women. ORF has to ask: When we encounter the comlib leftist feminist seaweed eating self-indulgent emotional cripples earth mothers who have bits of tree bark stuck to their face from embracing trees who hurl acceptable taunts and insults at conservatives with opposing political and social views but rejoice at sexist insults intended to show the liberal superiority to all things non-globally joined by a regulatory umbilical cord and where as as Orwell penned, "Some pigs are more superior to other pigs", or something like that; ORF can only discard anything they (the seaweed munchers) say and focus on what they (the seaweed munchers) are directed to do.
Read the FOXNEWS article on two of America's most courageous bed wetters.
And the there's this:
Community blames 11 year-old rape victim.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Title click to read article on RUSH LIMBAUGH'S 'STACK OF STUFF'.
Earth Hour: A Dissent
In 2009 I was asked by a journalist for my thoughts on the importance of Earth Hour. Here
is my response.
I abhor Earth Hour. Abundant, cheap electricity has been the greatest source of human
liberation in the 20th century. Every material social advance in the 20th century depended
on the proliferation of inexpensive and reliable electricity. Giving women the freedom to
work outside the home depended on the availability of electrical appliances that free up time
from domestic chores. Getting children out of menial labour and into schools depended on
the same thing, as well as the ability to provide safe indoor lighting for reading.
Development and provision of modern health care without electricity is absolutely
impossible. The expansion of our food supply, and the promotion of hygiene and nutrition,
depended on being able to irrigate fields, cook and refrigerate foods, and have a steady
indoor supply of hot water. Many of the world's poor suffer brutal environmental conditions
in their own homes because of the necessity of cooking over indoor fires that burn twigs and
dung. This causes local deforestation and the proliferation of smoke- and parasite-related
lung diseases. Anyone who wants to see local conditions improve in the third world should
realize the importance of access to cheap electricity from fossil-fuel based power generating
stations. After all, that's how the west developed.
The whole mentality around Earth Hour demonizes electricity. I cannot do that, instead I
celebrate it and all that it has provided for humanity. Earth Hour celebrates ignorance,
poverty and backwardness. By repudiating the greatest engine of liberation it becomes an
hour devoted to anti-humanism. It encourages the sanctimonious gesture of turning off
trivial appliances for a trivial amount of time, in deference to some ill-defined abstraction
called “the Earth,” all the while hypocritically retaining the real benefits of continuous,
reliable electricity. People who see virtue in doing without electricity should shut off their
fridge, stove, microwave, computer, water heater, lights, TV and all other appliances for a
month, not an hour. And pop down to the cardiac unit at the hospital and shut the power off
I don't want to go back to nature. Travel to a zone hit by earthquakes, floods and hurricanes
to see what it’s like to go back to nature. For humans, living in "nature" meant a short life
span marked by violence, disease and ignorance. People who work for the end of poverty
and relief from disease are fighting against nature. I hope they leave their lights on.
Here in Ontario, through the use of pollution control technology and advanced engineering,
our air quality has dramatically improved since the 1960s, despite the expansion of industry
and the power supply. If, after all this, we are going to take the view that the remaining air
emissions outweigh all the benefits of electricity, and that we ought to be shamed into
sitting in darkness for an hour, like naughty children who have been caught doing
something bad, then we are setting up unspoiled nature as an absolute, transcendent ideal
that obliterates all other ethical and humane obligations. No thanks. I like visiting nature
but I don't want to live there, and I refuse to accept the idea that civilization with all its
tradeoffs is something to be ashamed of.
Professor of Economics
University of Guelph
'Earth Hour' won't change the world - USATODAY.com
From the article:
When we switch off the electricity, many of us turn to candlelight. This seems natural and environmentally friendly, but unfortunately candles are almost 100 times less efficient than incandescent light bulbs, and more than 300 times less efficient than fluorescent lights. Using one candle for each extinguished bulb cancels the CO2 reduction; two candles emit more CO2.
Burt's Bees founder wants to donate national park - The Denver Post
From the article:
Quimby wants to give more than 70,000 wild acres next to Maine's cherished Baxter State Park to the federal government, hoping to create a Maine Woods National Park. She envisions a visitor center dedicated to Henry David Thoreau, the naturalist who made three trips to Maine in the 1800s.
The park would be nearly twice the size of Maine's Acadia National Park.
In a giveback to sportsmen, her vision is to set aside another 30,000 acres of woodlands north of Dover-Foxcroft to be managed like a state park, with hunting and snowmobiling allowed.
Title click to read article on TEXAS INDEPENDENT website.
From the article:
Lodging a rhetorical attack against Democrats, Breitbart argued, “liberal policies have destroyed African-American communities,” alleging the Democratic Party is guilty of an “unspeakable crime” to those communities, while refuting accusations that tea partiers are adversaries to African Americans.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
So, are we going to start arresting Barred Owls? This whole thing is assinine.
I could go on but you get the picture. This is not new information. It has been around for years. What is new is that you can now get Spotted Owl condoms:
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Title click to read article on NEW MEXICO WATCHDOG website.
"Construction is scheduled to start later this year and supporters say Union Pacific is investing $400 million in the facility and the New Mexico economy can realize an overall impact of $500 million."
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Title click to read article on HSLDA website.
Congress introduces legislation to make American Community Survey optional.
From the HSLDA article:
On March 3, 2011, Congressman Ted Poe (TX) introduced H.R. 931 to the House of Representatives. H.R. 931 would allow most of the questions on the American Community Survey to be optional. If H.R. 931 became law, the only questions that would be mandatory would be questions on your name, date of response, contact information, and number of people living at the same address (similar to the information asked on the original census in 1790).
HSLDA has long been concerned about the level of personal information collected and the invasiveness of the American Community Survey. We are grateful to Congressman Poe for introducing H.R. 931 and giving the American people control of what personal information they share with the government.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Title click to read article on REDSTATE website.
From the article:
Conservatives are, therefore, getting played by Republicans leaders in the House. Compounding that, House Republicans are making insignificant spending cuts and refusing to pick a fight over Obamacare. They do not, under any stretch of the imagination, want a government shut down. House Leaders know the only way to shut down Obamacare is to shut down the government and negotiate Obamacare out of existence.
So they’d rather keep Obamacare.
Gilbert Gottfried lost his job as the voice of the AFLAC duck for a crude joke he cracked about the disaster in Japan. Title click to read the article on this idiot's remarks on the TORONTO SUN on-line edition.
Rapper 50 Cent Tweeted insensitive remarks about the Japanese. (ORF raps: ORF don't Tweet and the rapper ain't sweet...boom da boom da boom)
Title click to watch the video on NEW MEXICO WATCHDOG website.
Interesting and better that Inside Job...
Is Charlie Sheen going to run for governor in New Mexico? ORF hasn't heard he has any inkling of running for any office in New Mexico, but ORF thought we'd throw it out there.
What are his qualifications:
1. He doesn't live in New Mexico, yet he might want to be governor here. Worked for Hillary.
2. He's from Mars. Right away he's in with the Spaceport crowd.
3. He has tiger blood. Great, he could advocate for the re-introduction of tigers to New Mexico.
4. He appears to have a substance abuse problem. Who doesn't?
What would disqualify him from running for office in New Mexico?
All of the above.
(This was a parody for all you Val Kilmer supporters)
On this morning's Peter Boyles show, 630AM Denver; Peter and his guests discussed why there have been no reports of looting in the earthquake and tsunami devastated areas of Japan. Interesting discussion. ORF readers can listen to Peter's archived shows from the media box on the right hand side of the blog.
ORF screened this DVD this weekend. The documentary 'exposes' the 2008 $20 trillion global financial crisis. When a film maker uses George Soros and Barney Frank to point the finger of guilt...you know you've got a paid for infommerical by the very guys who benefited from the 2008 financial fiasco.
What did I learn from this DVD? I learned what many of us have known for years...a guy can rob a bank without stepping inside the bank.
Recommendation: rent a chair canning DVD.
Friday, March 11, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Title click to read article on CAPITOL REPORT website.
HB78 falls flat on the Senate floor in Santa Fe.
From the TEXAS DREAM ACT ALLIANCE website: HOW TO OBTAIN A NEW MEXICO LICENSE.
TITLE CLICK ON LINK TO GET YOUR NEW MEXICO DRIVERS LICENSE.
From the website:
"Showing foreign identification (like a Mexican Matricula or Passport) to authorities may give them probable cause to suspect that you are in this country without papers."
Also to be found on this website:
How to obtain identification, how to open a bank account, how to get in-state tuition, how to travel on an airplane.
Now, think of who else, besides an illegal visitor in this country simple looking for work, could use the information on this website. Someone like an Al Queda dude?
Most ORF readers have either read or heard, on talk radio, the NPR debacle concerning the NPR CEO and some other intellectual elite resigning, after being caught in an ACORN style sting. The NPR dude was caught on video with some guys posing as Muslim types, who wanted to give NPR $5 million.
The NPR guy was recorded talking smack about the Tea Party, Americans, Jews, and giving credence to Islam and Sharia law and wanted to give Sharia a voice in the U.S. Why the big stink?
History lesson...history you will never find in your kid's text book.
The Muslim Brotherhood, also called Muslim Brethren (Arabic: جمعية الأخوان المسلمون Jamiat al-Ikhwan al-muslimun, literally Society of Muslim Brothers) is an Islamic organization with a political approach to Islam. It was founded in 1928 by Hassan al-Banna in Egypt after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
The Muslim Brotherhood opposes secular tendencies of Islamic nations and wants return to the precepts of the Qur'an, and rejection of Western influences. They also reject extreme Sufism. They organize events from prayer meetings to sport clubs for socializing.
The organization's motto is as follows: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Qur'an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.”
An important aspect of the Muslim Brotherhood ideology is the sanctioning of jihad such as the 2004 fatwa issued by Sheikh Yousef Al-Qaradhawi making it a religious obligation of Muslims to abduct and kill U.S. citizens in Iraq.
The Muslim Brotherhood is working to spread its concepts and gain more followers. They work on the levels of school students, university students, inside mosques and at work. The tools they use are cassette tapes, booklets, camps for youth in schools and universities, and recently the Internet.
The Mufti and the Führer
By Mitchell Bard
In 1941, Haj Amin al-Husseini fled to Germany and met with Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Joachim Von Ribbentrop and other Nazi leaders. He wanted to persuade them to extend the Nazis’ anti-Jewish program to the Arab world.
The Mufti sent Hitler 15 drafts of declarations he wanted Germany and Italy to make concerning the Middle East. One called on the two countries to declare the illegality of the Jewish home in Palestine. Furthermore, “they accord to Palestine and to other Arab countries the right to solve the problem of the Jewish elements in Palestine and other Arab countries, in accordance with the interest of the Arabs and, by the same method, that the question is now being settled in the Axis countries.”1
FORMER NPR CEO Lilian Schiller fired black journalist/report from NPR because Williams expressed his personal view that he is uncomfortable when seeing someone dressed in Muslim garb in an airport. Schiller said something to the effect that Williams should discuss his problems with Muslims with his shrink. Go to the link below and see the video of Williams responding to the big stink in NPR. He nails it.
NPR was been revealed to be an elite white supremacist organization that is run by white libs who don't like Blacks, Jews or most of America. Would you condone your tax dollars going to fund a multi-million dollar Klan or Aryan organization? Probably not. Where is the outcry from the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Anti-Defamation League, and the entire main stream media on the revelation that NPR is more than willing to degrade Jews and Blacks and take money from an organization posing as an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood?
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Gila Livestock Growers Association
PO Box 111
Winston NM 87943
On March 5 in Silver City New Mexico, a rally organized by the new group, Keep Our Forest Open www.keepourforestopen.org drew over 700 people, both citizens and elected representatives from throughout the state to voice their opposition to planned road closures and limiting of camping and hunting opportunities on the Gila Forest.
Still, the mainstream media focused the majority of their efforts in covering the rally held the previous day at Gila Hike and Bike, a private business in Silver City. A rally to support of the plan to seriously limit access to the Gila National Forest. Attending that earlier support rally, were far less than a hundred people, even after counting game commissioner Dutch Salmon and at least two dogs.
Why is the press so determined to pursue the agenda of the Environmental movement? The public is often not given the full story on events due to this strong tendency to elevate the wishes of government agencies or the small but vociferous environmental community over the interest of the general public. Here is the story on the innocuously named, Travel management plan.
The USFS proposed action, alternative G, will drastically limit where people can drive in the Gila Forest, and worse, will eliminate 93 percent of the streamside dispersed camping opportunities. This “crowding” of campers and hunters into designated camping areas will contribute to erosion problems not currently caused by dispersed widespread camping. It will also severely limit options for those who want to experience a restful and quiet forest experience. This is not analyzed in the TMP draft document.
Limited camping areas will severely impact other legitimate multiple uses that are occurring simultaneously on the forest. For instance, having 8 camps in a canyon instead of the normal 1-2 will cause stress to livestock and wildlife from the larger human presence. This will move animals into more confined areas with less human presence. Possibly even into that 93 percent of stream sides where camping isn’t allowed. This domino affect will create difficulty keeping grazing utilization under required standards and would competition between livestock and wildlife and put both in closer proximity to predators at water sites.
There is no doubt, there will be less public access to the forest if this goes through. Every visitor to NFS lands needs motor transportation to pursue his/her activity. The number of visitors who absolutely wish to avoid all motorized activities is tiny, and that number is reflected in the small number of recorded Wilderness visits compared to general forest access visits. When supporters tell you this is a compromise what they really mean is, we have a ton of wilderness opportunities we currently do not use much, but we want more, because our moral value judgment is that vehicle access is bad, so you the public, should have less of it. That is what is important to those supporters that you the public have less every time, not that compromise and equity is reached.
It doesn’t help that the USFS has removed as a priority, road maintenance choosing to focus instead on wild-land fire fighting. Budgets are limited in a strained economy but with more uses removed, reduction in multiple use generated jobs and careers are creating less production revenue for the USFS. The answer to road maintenance is not shutting more uses down but opening more up. We need more timber production, more livestock production, more recreational and hunting access opportunities. That will put more money into the local economy and in turn, more into the coffers of the agencies.
The agency instead has placed itself above Congress by attempting to create more contiguous roadless areas. It is not the agency's job to eliminate and limit multiple uses from forested areas. It is congresses job. Wilderness areas were created through the Wilderness Act through the intent of congress.
The Gila has 700,000 acres of designated wilderness for those who wish to escape the sights and sounds of vehicle recreational access, or who wish to experience a primitive hunt. To attempt to use other laws such as NEPA to create more Wilderness or to establish de-facto wilderness as is occurring in this plan, violates the intent of congress. Congress never intended the USFS to expand and create wilderness through administrative procedure. The so called Travel Management Planning process is currently ongoing in all forested regions in the United States and each plan bears close scrutiny.
Multiple use is currently the USFS prime directive. Until Congress changes that, and declares that all NFS units should seek to
create roadless and Wilderness-like characteristics, the agency is bound by law to support diversity and multiple use, and the
production of goods and services for human use.
ORF says: There are two stories in the DENVER POST online edition this morning, that are related by a common religion. Is the religion Islam, or pan-liberalism? ORF defines pan-liberalism as individuals who believe they are entitled to either global dominance or other people's wealth and they are superior to everything on earth. In between we have the boiling pot of political and social turmoil. Yes, this is deep...very deep, but take some time and let it sink in.
The first story, from the DENVER POST:
The second story, again, in the DENVER POST:
If you took the time to click on the links (they worked for me), then you might ask how can ORF lump these two stories together? Let me ask the intellectual elite among you a question: When was the last time you heard of a Tea Party conservative beheading his wife? Let me ask you another question: When was the last time anyone in the Tea Party sat down with representatives of a particular religion for lunch and did the I WANT YOUR CHECK FOR $5M tap dance?
Monday, March 7, 2011
Title click to watch video on NEW MEXICO WATCHDOG website.
From the article on NEW MEXICO WATCHDOG:
"State Rep. Sandra Jeff (D-Crownpoint) accused the chief of staff of Speaker of the House Ben Luján (D-Nambé) of verbally abusing her after she cast a controversial vote Thursday (March 3).
On the floor of the House Thursday, Jeff said that Regis Pecos of Speaker Luján’s staff yelled at her immediately after Jeff cast what turned out to be the deciding vote in a measure that kept House Bill 78 — which is aimed at rescinding the state’s policy that enables illegal immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses — alive."
What happened to Obama's call for civility in public discourse...Remember all that shameless political expediency by the Democrats after the tragic shootings in Tucson?
Or spin it this way: Ben Lujan puts illegals from another country before Native Americans. Could in be Lujan is an anti-Indian racist? Rep. Sandra Jeff is Navajo. ORF just wanted to throw this out there in the spirit of calling anyone who disagrees with Obama as a racist.
Title click to read article on Bloomberg online.
“We finally have found a clear path to resolve the dispute over trucking between our two countries,” Obama said at a White House news conference with Calderon."
DENVER POST: Some famous faces, names also get ag-land tax breaks in Colo Read more: Some famous faces, names also get ag-land tax breaks in Colo. -
Title click to read the article on the DENVER POST online.
ORF says: This is probably one of the most revealing glimpses into the reality of political expediency, celebrity hypocrisy and the myth of re-distribution of wealth as poised by liberals.
Remember the Democrat National Convention and its grand stage with the columns and the ascension of Obama to Earth? AND all the Hollywood types who supported him and continue to support Obama and his policies...to include higher taxes, more federal invasive policies and as always...re-distribution of wealth. ON THE OTHER HAND: ORF opposes more and higher taxes; so if the rich find a way to lower their tax burden using existing laws in the States, then hats off to em'!