This Week on the New Black Panther Party’s “Black Power Radio,” national chairman Hashim Nzinga said since America has “declared war on us,” evidenced by “military police in the black neighborhood” protecting the rich, the New Black Panthers should be looked upon as Founding Fathers who declare war and are “willing to die or kill to save our babies and to save a black nation that is dying before our eyes.” Nzinga said, “America is about protecting the rich and the powerful.” He added, “We pay taxes. They have declared war on us and it’s nothing but state racism.” “So if we say we are at war, we should be applauded like George Washington,” Nzinga continued. “We should be applauded like Thomas Jefferson. We should be applauded like the Founding Fathers of the country.” “This is not the hate hour, this is the love hour,”he added. “We have to love ourselves enough to be willing to die or kill to save our babies and to save a black nation that is dying before our eyes.”
Wow… Just fathom if this had been some white racial/political leader saying something like this; if the racial makeup had been reversed.. This story would be EVERYWHERE…and we all know it. But, this doesn’t fit the racial narrative of the dominantly liberal mainstream media. So, they’ve buried it. Typical..
The White House tried to reassure Americans and the governor of Texas Wednesday that a planned special U.S. military training operation in several southwestern states is no cause for alarm. “In no way will the constitutional rights or civil liberties of any American citizen be infringed upon while this exercise is being conducted,” said White House press secretary Josh Earnest. The military exercise is called Operation Jade Helm 15, and will involve about 1,200 special forces training over eight weeks that will simulate special operations in hostile territory. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has ordered members of the Texas State Guard to “monitor” the federal troops in the upcoming two-month training exercise. The plans have raised fears among some Texans of a federal occupation. Asked by a reporter in the White House press corps whether Texans were expressing “paranoia” or whether their concerns were justified, Mr. Earnest refuted reports that the special forces would be “incognito.” “My understanding is that the individuals who are participating in the exercise won’t be traveling incognito, that they’ll be wearing armbands,” he said. As for the governor, Mr. Earnest said, “I have no idea what he’s thinking.” Then he added to the laughter of many reporters at the White House, “I might have an idea of what he’s thinking, but I’m not going to…” His voice trailed off.
Very funny, Josh. I’m sure the good people of Texas find this all very amusing…you obnoxious, arrogant tool. Good for Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) for having the Texas National Guard “monitor” what’s going on, and giving the citizens in Texas some peace of mind. We’ll do the same here at The Daily Buzz. Count on it!
Congress released a unified budget for the first time in six years on Wednesday, as Republican negotiators sought to cut health and welfare spending, repeal Obamacare and use a budgetary end-round to boost defense. The House wasted no time in allocating 2016 funds, taking up bills to fund energy and veterans’ programs hours after Sen. Bob Corker, Tennessee Republican, signed the budget resolution despite complaining it relied on too many “gimmicks.” His approval cleared the way for each chamber to vote on the non-binding blueprint and forge ahead with a dozen appropriations bills that must overcome a Democratic filibuster and win President Obama’s approval to become law. Republican negotiators said the final budget, the result of closed-door negotiations, would slash spending by $5 trillion over 10 years while erasing deficits over that period without raising taxes. It also instructs two Senate committees and three House committees to use a fast-track budget tool known as reconciliation to seek repeal Obamacare, even though the effort faces a certain presidential veto. “Now that the Senate is under new management, we are getting back to work rebuilding the trust of hard-working Americans and doing the people’s business,” said Senate Budget Chairman Mike Enzi, Utah Republican said, boasting negotiators produced a balance budget for the first time since 2001. A spokesman for Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, California Republican, said the House will vote on the budget resolution Friday, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he wants to vote on it this week. Already, the Republican-driven plan is running into staunch opposition. The White House threatened to veto funding bills the House took up this week, and congressional Democrats railed against the plan as a one-sided bid to put the wealthy over middle class Americans. “The Republican budget isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. It’s gonna go nowhere,” said Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat. They are demanding dollar-for-dollar increases in defense and domestic spending that would lift so-called sequester caps the parties agreed to in 2011. As it stands, the GOP plan boosts defense spending by adding nearly $40 billion beyond what Mr. Obama requested for an overseas war account that will not count against the sequester. Mr. McCarth said the caps will stay in place because Mr. Obama is likely to demand tax increases as a way to pay for new spending. Republican budget negotiators had to wait until mid-week to release the blueprint after Mr. Corker refused to sign the conference report. The Tennessee lawmaker wavered in part because the deal used Changes in Mandatory Programs, or CHIMPS, which delay mandatory spending to free up money for other priorities. Critics say it is a phony maneuver that simply delays budgetary pain or results in no actual savings. Mr. Corker did not appear to win any major concessions from the budget conference but vowed to push harder next year. “There is no question this budget is far from perfect, but it is some progress since it has been a long time since the Congress has completed this basic part of governing,” Mr. Corker said. “I have had conversations on both sides of the Capitol laying out what I believe we need to do to prepare for next year’s budget process so that we can make much greater progress toward addressing the tremendous fiscal challenges our country faces.”
Agreed. And MAJOR kudos to Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) for pushing this train in the right direction. He is exactly right. This is FAR from perfect. But, at least the new majority in BOTH chambers of Congress is TRYING to get back to balancing the budget for the first time since 2001, and to cut back on the grotesque waste fraud and abuse of domestic spending that Obama and his Dem cronies in Congress have been spending the last 6+ years under the mismanagement of Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV). Of course this is FAR from over, and we can expect a veto or two from our fascist-in-chief. But, hey.. It’s a step in the right direction. Stay tuned…