Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Is Obama Stalking Me...or am I paranoid?

How does one know when Obama is keeping tabs on someone?  Well first we have to find out if its Obama or one (or two, or three...) of his henchmen (or women).  Now the first time he (or his henchmen) visited here was back in October of 2009 where I posted an article about one of his appointees...Dalia Mogahed a member of President BHO’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships(Note: This appointment never should have been made and because of it we can justify calling the American people stupid for allowing it to happen; Dalia Mogahed is engaged with the Muslim Brotherhood an organization who's main goal is to destroy America and western ideology. [Addendum to this note: You're reading this now and you still don't do anything about it.  Now that's pretty stupid!])  Well nothing much happened (that I know of ) after Obama's first visit except I ran into an article (I'm sure you can find it) where it says that Obama likes to read stuff about himself on the Internet so therefor I assumed it was Obama himself doing the visiting.  Of course the only other proof comes in the form of an IP address which according to SiteMeter is, "IP Address 198.137.241.# (Executive Office Of The President USA)" 
A day or two ago we had another visit by the above said IP address.  Obviously this website is small fry in the vast realm of the Internet and we get very few visitors on a daily basis; an O'Reilly or Hannity we're not!  Some of those visitors will occasionally visit earlier posts or pages but the numbers are small.  But something strange happened just after this latest visit by the top office in the land.  Page visits average in the 20 to 50 range at best so I decided to post a recent chart-counter which shows an enormous increase in the number of pages looked at without a significant increase in the number of visitors.  This can mean only one thing...Obama doesn't like what he finds here and now his butt-kissers are trying to find something they might want to take umbrage with.  Take a look at the chart below and let us know what you think...if all turns out to be innocent lookers then lets just call it paranoia.

Update: I no sooner collected the above information when my entire computer crashed.  I was able to save and/or back-up most of my files which I do constantly because a previous  crash resulted in lost data.  Was this crash caused by the White House?  I believe so! 
ps: I had to go out and buy a new computer to create this update.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Puerto Rico... A "New World" Leader

The following from: Second Amendment Foundation
19 Jun 2015
BELLEVUE, WA – A surprising victory for gun rights in Puerto Rico has eliminated the firearms registry and licensing requirements to purchase and carry in the Commonwealth, the Second Amendment Foundation has confirmed.
As of now, according to Sandra Barreras with Ladies of the Second Amendment (LSA), the group that brought the lawsuit, “there is no regulation to purchase or carry (and) all purchases will be handled in accordance with federal firearms regulations.” LSA is affiliated with SAF through the International Association for the Protection of Civilian Arms Rights (IAPCAR).
The class-action lawsuit challenged various articles in Puerto Rico’s gun law, which the court declared unconstitutional. Because of the ruling, Barreras said, Puerto Ricans may now carry openly or concealed without a permit, and they do not need to obtain a permit before purchasing a firearm.
This was a class action lawsuit involving more than 850 individual plaintiffs, she reported to SAF offices. The news was greeted with delight, especially because in reaching its decision, the court cited the Heller and McDonald Supreme Court cases, and the recent ruling in Palmer v. District of Columbia. Both the McDonald and Palmer cases were won by SAF.
“Cumbersome firearms regulations have never prevented criminals from getting their hands on guns,” noted SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “They have only inconvenienced law-abiding citizens, or deprived them outright from exercising their rights under the Second Amendment.”
Gottlieb said the lawsuit was brought in a Puerto Rican Commonwealth court, rather than a federal court. Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory and thus is subject to federal court jurisdiction.
“This case turned out better than anyone had really anticipated,” he commented. “We’re very pleased to have played an advisory role in this case, and if there is a government appeal, we’ll definitely be there with whatever support we can provide to our good friends in Puerto Rico.”