Ben Carson, March 20th, 5:30 PM (Conestoga Christian School), Shady Maple Banquets, East Earl, PA: TICKETS – $150.00
PAM GELLER REPLAY (SEPTA ads)
GREAT SCOTT – Drudge Links.
LEADS: BOCCIA – Debt limit back; VanDen HEUVEL – O’Malley runs; BOYLE – Rand wowed blacks; BOYLE – Lynch w/o compassion.
HILLARY: WILLIAMSON – Our monster; GOLDBERG – HILLARY down; SCHULTHEIS – The heavy; DOWD- Open letter to Hill; KLEIN – Obama staff leaked Hill’s info.
IRAN/ISR: UNION LEADER – Cotton’s public service; EDWARDS – Senate probes Obama campaign in ISR.
PA: SNYDER – Ups & Downs.
END NOTES: BARB – Hill’s history; BARB – Obama’s death; ILGENFRITZ – Lower Merion guns; GUN FREEDOM.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: March 20th – Ben Carson @ Shady Maple ($150); AFP leadership training.
Recommended: www.Lucianne.com; JANET – Track the RINOs
“She couldn’t make eye contact with her questioners, and when she did she couldn’t sustain it. She looked at the ceiling and down at notes, trying, it seemed, to stick to or remember scripted arguments. She was shaky. She couldn’t fake good cheer and confidence. It is seven years since she ran for office. You could see it.”
Peggy Noonan, WSJ
(REPLAY) Pam Geller, “HUGE AFDI FREE SPEECH VICTORY IN PHILLY!
“Brilliant news, freedom lovers. We won a huge free speech victory in Philadelphia. Your First Amendment rights were in jeopardy, so we fought. And we won!
“The court granted our legal team’s motion for a preliminary injunction holding that the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s (SEPTA) refusal to run our “Islamic Jew-Hatred: It’s In the Qur’an” advertisement on its advertising space violated the First Amendment. The judge held that SEPTA was refusing to run our ads because they didn’t like our message — and even in Obama’s America, that’s illegal.
“Thanks again to our legal warriors, David Yerushalmi and Robert Muise of the American Freedom Law Center.
“SEPTA rejected the ad, claiming that it ‘tends to disparage or ridicule any person or group of persons on the basis of race, religious belief, age, sex, alienage, national origin, sickness or disability.’
“But today, a federal judge agreeed with all of our arguments, ruling that SEPTA’s speech restriction was content- and viewpoint-based in violation of the First Amendment.
“This is great victory not only for AFDI, but for all freedom-loving Americans who cherish the First Amendment!
“At AFDI, we are not just raising awareness of the nature and magnitude of the jihad threat with our campaigns; we’re also setting legal precedents that have implications that can’t be understated: for decades, the left has been chipping away at our First Amendment rights. Without most Americans realizing, they’ve placed almost as many hedges and restrictions around the First Amendment as they have the Second.
“This has to stop. . .”
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LEADS . . .
Romina Boccia, Daily Signal: “The Return of the Debt Limit”
“It’s March 16, 2015, and it is the day the debt limit returns—with a vengeance.
“Since Congress suspended the debt limit for more than a year last February, the debt subject to the limit has grown by nearly $1 trillion, from $17.2 trillion to more than $18.1 trillion. A $900 billion increase in the national debt adds more than $2,800 in additional government debt for every American.
‘Over the past 13 years, the debt subject to the limit has increased by nearly $12 trillion. The largest share of this debt is called U.S. public debt. This is the debt the government has sold in credit markets to investors in the U.S. and abroad, including China, Japan, and European nation countries.
“Public debt doubled since before the Great Recession, and is now at levels not seen since right after World War II. Now it’s at $41,000 for every American, and a child born in 2015 will be faced with a public debt of $142,000 by the time he or she leaves college, absent budget reforms.
“The other part of the debt subject to the limit is debt that government agencies have borrowed from each other, like payroll taxes borrowed from the Social Security trust fund to fund other government spending. As these debts come due, the federal government sells more treasury securities in credit markets and over time more and more of the intragovernmental debt will become public debt. . .”
Katrina vanden Heuvel, WaPo: “Martin O’Malley sounds like he’s running”
“At a moment when everybody in Washington is talking about e-mails, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley (D) wants to talk about Wall Street reform. Indeed, while Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail address at the State Department has created a media frenzy and overshadowed other issues, the past week brought additional news in the Democratic primary: O’Malley is almost certainly running for president. And he’s determined to make his voice heard despite some pundits dismissing his ability to mount a “credible” challenge to Clinton for the party’s nomination.
“The swirl of controversy surrounding Clinton has not only called her inevitability into question but also given much of the media an excuse to focus on optics rather than policy coverage, which is just one of the reasons O’Malley’s emergence is a positive development. A contested Democratic primary will be good for the country, good for the party, good for democracy and good for driving issues that might otherwise be ignored into the election.
“Since leaving office in January, O’Malley has been traveling the country and laying the groundwork for a presidential campaign. During recent visits to Kansas, New Hampshire and elsewhere, O’Malley has delivered a progressive populist message. Specifically, he has called for reinstating Glass-Steagall banking regulations, hiking the capital gains tax, increasing the minimum wage, raising the threshold for overtime pay and strengthening collective bargaining rights. And while he is far more comfortable discussing his policies than his potential opponents, O’Malley took a perceived shot at Clinton in South Carolina when he declared, “Triangulation is not a strategy that will move America forward.” . . .
Matthew Boyle, BigGovt: “Standing Ovation: Rand Paul Blows Away Liberal Black Audience with Conservative Message at Bowie State”
“BOWIE, Maryland — Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was a hit speaker on the campus of Bowie State University on Friday, earning several rounds of applause and a standing ovation for the conservative message he delivered to a predominantly liberal audience at the historically black university—part of an outreach effort to traditionally non-Republican communities the senator and potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate has been engaged in nationwide for the five-plus years he’s been in the U.S. Senate.
“Paul wove individual examples of people throughout history and in modern times who have faced unfair consequences as a result of government’s heavy hand, making his case to the room on the basis of the need to defend the full Bill of Rights in the Constitution—a classic Tea Party style of speech—all while citing the Founding Fathers, and making economic and social limited government conservative pitch that seemed to resonate throughout the theater inside the student center. . .”
Matthew Boyle, BigGovt: “Exclusive — Rand Paul: Loretta Lynch Has Shown No ‘Compassion’ For Blacks Hurt By Big Government Civil Forfeiture Asset Seizure”
“AUSTIN, Texas — Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News here at the South By Southwest conference in Austin, says that President Barack Obama’s Attorney General nominee U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch has hurt blacks and Hispanics by not showing any “compassion” for the millions in civil forfeitures she’s seized from them and others.
“‘I oppose her primarily because I don’t think she’s shown any compassion, or understanding of the law, but particularly [a lack of] compassion for people who are victims of civil forfeiture. People who are victims of civil forfeiture are often poor, African American or Hispanic, and people who can’t afford an attorney to try to get the money that’s taken from them by the government,’ Paul said.
‘Currently under civil forfeiture, they can take your money with only an accusation not even a charge or conviction—and you know what she did in New York recently? She confiscated over $100 million. They did pass a reform several years ago that once the paperwork is filed, and there’s a certain period of time, then it starts the judicial process [of whether you’d charged and eventually convicted or cleared of a crime].
‘To avoid that, she would take the money but never file the paperwork. The money just sat in limbo and people couldn’t even begin the trial to get their money back—it just sat there. What they do then is they threaten the people and say ‘we’ll give you half of it back if you’ll absolve of us of any blame.’’
“Just last week, Paul laid out a limited-government constitutional conservative case for reining in the power of government when it comes to civil forfeitures and other criminal justice reforms. He was speaking at Bowie State University, a historically black university in Maryland, and was frequently interrupted by applause.
“Paul has been vehemently opposed to Lynch’s nomination for a month, first coming out hard against her in February. . .”
HILLARY . . .
Kevin Williamson, NRO: “A Monster of Our Own”
“. . . The early 1960s were defined by a dramatic political polarity: the glib and vague but attractive and clever John Kennedy set in contrast to the hard, scheming intelligence of the fundamentally uncool Richard Nixon. As Oliver Stone’s fictitious Nixon put it when addressing a portrait of the late Kennedy: “People look at you, and they see who they want to be. They look at me, and they see what they are.” The Clintons’ marriage contains uncomfortably within it both of those poles, and Mrs. Clinton, unhappily for her, is the Nixon in the relationship.
“Like Nixon at his lowest, she must be asking herself — or will be asking herself soon enough — “What was it for?” The lies? The endless public humiliations? The cruelty to women? The edifice of deceit that is the only real monument to what the name “Clinton” stands for? Nixon, the best efforts of his admirers notwithstanding, is remembered mainly as the one thing he insisted he was not — a crook — largely repudiated by the very same conservative movement that once embraced him, his face familiar outside that movement mostly as a grotesque latex mask. Nixon was — and is — a monster, in the ancient sense of that word: a warning, an omen.
“Hillary Rodham Clinton is a monster for our times. . .” http://www.nationalreview.com/article/415417/monster-our-own-kevin-d-williamson
Jonah Goldberg, NRO: “It’s Hillary All the Way Down”
“. . . The fact that Team Clinton is relying on the old rat squad once again is vastly more significant than most commentators have suggested. Yes, yes, it’s bad politics. A candidate looking to offer a fresh face forward, figuratively speaking, has no choice but to keep his or her own face (John Kerry notwithstanding). But she surely has plenty of options for who she picks to represent her in public. Mrs. Clinton has millions and millions of dollars at her disposal. She has people placed at the highest reaches of the government and the media. There are over 200 people working, formally or informally, for her as policy advisors already. And yet she chooses to get the old band back together instead. Why? There are many possible answers, but the only plausible one is that a Clinton only trusts Clinton loyalists. This fits everything we know about the Clintons. And it speaks volumes about the thickness of her bubble. It’s Hillary All the Way Down But it also speaks even louder about what kind of president she would be. If you want to know what Hillary Clinton would be like as president, you’re seeing it right now. There is no other Hillary. This is her. This was the point of my LA Times column on Tuesday (which I had to tear up and rewrite for syndication after her press conference). The pathetic parsing and dishonest dissembling (excuse the redundancy, I was going for alliteration), on display in her U.N. press conference is exactly what you’d see from Madame President. For 30 years, Hillary Clinton has been defensive bordering on paranoia (with occasional forays far over the border). For 30 years, Hillary Clinton has responded to every challenge — not just every scandal, but every challenge (like HillaryCare) — by convening huge task forces of loyalists. For 30 years, she’s hidden from making tough decisions until events forced her to make them. For 30 years she’s relied on the counsel of Wormtongues like Sidney Blumenthal.. .” http://www.nationalreview.com/article/415386/its-hillary-all-way-down-jonah-goldberg
Emily Schultheis, National Journal: “Playing the Heavy”
“Carly Fiorina plans to excoriate Hillary Clinton, and her competition is grateful for it.”
“Hundreds of conservative and evangelical activists had been listening politely and applauding on cue as Carly Fiorina talked about God, and opportunity, and work ethic. For many of those attending the Iowa Freedom Summit, it was the first time they’d heard her speak. For some, it was the first time they’d heard of her at all.
“Then, more than 10 minutes into the speech, she mentioned Hillary Clinton.
‘Like Hillary Clinton, I too have traveled hundreds of thousands of miles around the globe,” said Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard. “But unlike her, I’ve actually accomplished something. You see, Mrs. Clinton, flying is not an accomplishment; it is an activity.’
“The audience roared and was suddenly engaged, hanging on her words as she criticized Clinton on one issue after another. And when she landed on Benghazi—”Unlike Hillary Clinton, I know what difference it makes that our American ambassador and three other brave Americans were killed in a deliberate terrorist attack”—the crowd surged to its feet with a standing ovation.
“That’s the first time I’ve ever seen her in person, and, frankly, I was moved by the speech. That takes a lot,” says Sam Clovis, a former conservative radio host and tea-party favorite in Iowa. “It was the perfect speech on the perfect topic at the perfect place at the perfect time given in the perfect manner.”
“Fiorina, the only Republican woman actively considering a run for the White House, is taking on Clinton more forcefully and directly than any other GOP contender. It’s a deliberate strategy meant to make headlines, differentiate her from the pack, and elevate her position on the national stage. And in the process, it’s winning her friends, as Fiorina assumes an attack role that many Republican strategists think male GOP candidates need to avoid.
“She is absolutely fearless,” says Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of Susan B. Anthony List, a group that supports candidates who oppose abortion rights. “She doesn’t shrink back.”
It’s not that Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, or other candidates are stepping lightly. Just last month, Clinton’s name rang through the Conservative Political Action Conference dozens of times, as Republicans quipped about foreign donations to Clinton’s foundation, tacked her name onto criticism of President Obama’s policies, or, as Marco Rubio did, called her a candidate of “yesterday.”
“But Fiorina’s offensive is in a class of its own, and for one reason: She’s a woman, so she can.”
Maureen Dowd, NYT: “An Open Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org”
“WASHINGTON — SINCE open letters to secretive and duplicitous regimes are in fashion, we would like to post an Open Letter to the Leaders of the Clinton Republic of Chappaqua:
“It has come to our attention while observing your machinations during your attempted restoration that you may not fully understand our constitutional system. Thus, we are writing to bring to your attention two features of our democracy: The importance of preserving historical records and the ill-advised gluttony of an American feminist icon wallowing in regressive Middle Eastern states’ payola.
“You should seriously consider these characteristics of our nation as the Campaign-That-Must-Not-Be-Named progresses.
“If you, Hillary Rodham Clinton, are willing to cite your mother’s funeral to get sympathy for ill-advisedly deleting 30,000 emails, it just makes us want to sigh: O.K., just take it. If you want it that bad, go ahead and be president and leave us in peace. (Or war, if you have your hawkish way.) You’re still idling on the runway, but we’re already jet-lagged. It’s all so drearily familiar that I know we’re only moments away from James Carville writing a column in David Brock’s Media Matters, headlined, ‘In Private, Hillary’s Really a Hoot.’ . . .”
Edward Klein, NY Post: “Obama adviser behind leak of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal”
“It’s the vast left-wing conspiracy.
“Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett leaked to the press details of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail address during her time as secretary of state, sources tell me.
“But she did so through people outside the administration, so the story couldn’t be traced to her or the White House.
“In addition, at Jarrett’s behest, the State Department was ordered to launch a series of investigations into Hillary’s conduct at Foggy Bottom, including the use of her expense account, the disbursement of funds, her contact with foreign leaders and her possible collusion with the Clinton Foundation.
“Six separate probes into Hillary’s performance have been going on at the State Department. I’m told that the e-mail scandal was timed to come out just as Hillary was on the verge of formally announcing that she was running for president—and that there’s more to come. . .”
IRAN/ISR . . .
Union Leader: “The Iran letter: Tom Cotton’s public service”
“Negotiating a nuclear arms deal with Iran, President Obama made clear that he would not submit it to Congress for approval. Given how weak the deal was turning out to be, U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ariz., thought the U.S. Senate could strengthen it even if President Obama cut it out of its customary role. For that, he has been called a traitor. He should be thanked instead.
“Cotton cleverly got 46 other Republican senators to sign a letter to Iran notifying its leaders that unless the Senate approves the agreement, it is not legally binding and could be undone by the next President. That is it. (The letter can be read at http://www.cotton.senate.gov/content/cotton-and-46-fellow-senators-send-open-letter-leaders-islamic-republic-iran.)
“The Obama administration and its servile apologists (in politics and the media) let fly the venom. But on Wednesday Secretary of State John Kerry validated the letter’s usefulness by admitting that Cotton was right, the Iran deal was not “a legally binding plan.
“Kerry’s own state department lists Iran as a “state sponsor of terrorism.” Cotton’s letter exposed that the Obama administration’s deal would lift economic sanctions against Iran in exchange for promises that would not be legally binding.
“All the Republican senators want is a tough deal that prevents Iran from actually getting the bomb. Obama’s deal fails to do that, which is why he refuses to submit it to the Senate. . .”
Steven Edwards, Fox: “Source: Senate panel probing possible Obama administration ties to anti-Netanyahu effort”
“A powerful U.S. Senate investigatory committee has launched a bipartisan probe into an American nonprofit’s funding of efforts to oust Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after the Obama administration’s State Department gave the nonprofit taxpayer-funded grants, a source with knowledge of the panel’s activities told FoxNews.com.
“The fact that both Democratic and Republican sides of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations have signed off on the probe could be seen as a rebuke to President Obama, who has had a well-documented adversarial relationship with the Israeli leader.
“The development comes as Netanyahu told Israel’s Channel Two television station this week that there were ‘governments’ that wanted to help with the ‘Just Not Bibi’ campaigning — Bibi being the Israeli leader’s nickname.
“It also follows a FoxNews.com report on claims the Obama administration has been meddling in the Israeli election on behalf of groups hostile to Netanyahu. A spokesperson for Sen. Rob Portman, Ohio Republican and chairman of the committee, declined comment, and aides to ranking Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill, of Missouri, did not immediately return calls.
“The Senate subcommittee, which has subpoena power, is the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs’ chief investigative body with jurisdiction over all branches of government operations and compliance with laws.”
PA . . .
Sy Snyder, Politics PA: Ups & Downs 3/13
“Kathleen Kane. The Inquirer published an extensive and excellent report on the investigation into Attorney General Kathleen Kane last night. Among the revelations was that Kane’s then-top advisor, Adrian King, urged her in an email not to leak the grand jury information. Yet the AG testified that King agreed with the move. Given the fact that Kane’s appeal on the use of a special prosecutor is currently before the PA Supreme Court, this is bad news matched with bad timing. Increasingly, the Attorney General seems to be sinking deeper and deeper into this morass and it looks progressively less likely that she’ll be able to get out.
Jim Kenney. The former Councilman won the race to the airwaves. Well, sort of. A Super PAC, backed by labor, launched the first TV ad of the Philly mayoral race this week. The video sings the praises of Kenney, painting him as a progressive champion ahead of the May Democratic primary. With presumed front-runner Anthony Williams having his own independent forces, this support is crucial for Kenney and could allow him to emerge as the State Senator’s biggest challenger.
Pat Toomey. Signing Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton’s letter to Iran must have seemed a good idea at the time. Sen. Toomey (and most Republicans) have been vocal about their disagreements with the Obama Administration’s negotiations over a possible nuclear deal with Iran. The backlash to that letter surely caught the signees by surprise. The debate got so heated that some called the Senators “traitors” who were in violation of U.S. law. Even Senator Casey, who has a close relationship with his Keystone State colleague, criticized the action and by extension, Sen. Toomey.
Seth Williams. The Philadelphia District Attorney has been locked in a personal and professional feud with Attorney General Kathleen Kane for quite some time. The heart of the conflict stems from the 2013 cases of corruption by Philly State Reps. that Kane choose to pass on. This week, Williams charged three more of the officials involved in that case. His battle with Kane has already brought the DA a higher profile and could end up being a boost to a future statewide campaign.
Lynne Abraham. In a way, Jim Kenney’s gain has been Lynne Abraham’s loss. First, she now faces competition as the alternative to Anthony Williams ever since Kenney stepped down from City Council and entered the race. Then, the pro-Kenney Super PAC ad suggested she could fall behind in the money contest. As a result, Abraham’s campaign called on all candidates to reject “dark money” by signing a pledge. Finally, her team turned in a disappointingly low number of signatures to file for the ballot, trailing not only Williams and Kenney but also Nelson Diaz and Doug Oliver. It’s still early but the ex-DA will have to find a way to get back some momentum.
Martina White. Recently retired Chief Justice Ron Castille made his first endorsement since his ascension to the PA Supreme Court when he backed GOP candidate Martina White in the HD-170 special election. Before he was elected to the Court, Castille served as Philadelphia DA and his support is still valuable. That fact, added to the labor endorsements she secured last month, shows White is running a campaign that has a legitimate chance to pull off an upset on March 24th.
Barb: Hillary’s History
There are series of debates about this report . . . some publish their own version, others deny all of it . . .
“As a twenty-seven year old staff attorney for the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation, Hillary Rodham was fired by her supervisor, lifelong Democrat, Jeffrey Zeifman. When asked why Hillary Rodham was fired, Zeifman said in an interview, “Because she was a liar. Because she was an unethical, dishonest lawyer, she conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the Committee, and the rules of confidentiality.”
Barb: Obama’s Death
“Obama, not feeling well and concerned about his mortality, consults a psychic about the date of his death. “Closing her eyes and silently reaching into the realm of the future she finds the answer: “You will die on a Jewish Holiday.” “Which one?” Obama asks nervously. “It doesn’t matter,” replied the psychic. “Whenever you die, it’ll be a Jewish Holiday .”
Richard Ilgenfritz, DelcoTimes: Lower Merion Gun Protest
“Members of two groups supporting the right to carry firearms in parks said Sunday they intend to file a lawsuit against Lower Merion Township and an attorney is demanding criminal charges be brought against township officials, for what they say is a clear violation of state law.
“The comments came Sunday afternoon as gun owners from around the Philadelphia region gathered at Bala Cynwyd Park, primarily at a small parking lot near the Cynwyd Heritage Trail, to protest what they call an illegal law in Lower Merion that prevents, or at least gives the impression that, it is illegal to openly carry guns in township parks.
“Under Lower Merion’s code, a provision states, ‘No person, except authorized members of the Police Department, shall carry or discharge firearms of any kind in a park without a special permit, unless exempted.’
“The groups sponsoring Sunday’s rally say the township ordinance violates state law that prohibits local governments from enacting stricter gun laws than the state has on its books. The groups go further and say Lower Merion’s ordinance is ambiguous and it at least gives the impression that open carrying of guns in parks is illegal.
According to Joshua Prince, an attorney with the Firearms Industry Consulting Group, Lower Merion’s current ordinance violates the state crimes code.
Also: Justine McDaniel, Philly.com: “Gun-toting advocates rally in Lower Merion”
Gun Freedom: Effects of the Bala demonstration
“Interesting about Lower Merion Twp. Our Twp. didn’t permit firearms in our township park and that has been evident on our twp park sign for years and years. A resident brought this to our attention. We are now changing that law. Do I like people having guns in the park?…I can only say we must follow the law…The Constitution…and I pray those carrying are responsible for their weapon…yet I also support shooting any m’fer who is endangering another…
Keep up the good work 302!”
ANNOUNCEMENTS . . .
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Janet: Track the RINOS
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A good way to see what our Rino’s are doing in D.C.