An Federally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit public charity has openly campaigned for Obama’s re-election.
An eco-group called “Earth Guardians” lists themselves as “a project of GAYA – Global Alliance of Youth in Action, which is a Federally Recognized 501(c)3 Non-Profit Public Charity and a Colorado Non-Profit Corporation.”
It is illegal for a 501(c) to openly campaign for a candidate for public office, amongst other political activities. Yet, they have done just that:
Guest post from “Farmer Joe,” originally from the comments at the Ace of Spades HQ
Liberal: Check out this thing. Conservative: Nope… don’t like it. L: Hate is ugly and oppressive. You have to tolerate it. C: OK, fine, I’ll tolerate it.
—–Act II – A year later—-
L: Check out this thing. C: That’s the thing from last year. I’m tolerating it. L: Tolerance is hateful. You have to affirm. C: Don’t wanna affirm. Look, I’m leaving it alone, okay? L: No, you’re oppressing it with your hate. C: OK, fine, I’ll affirm.
—–Act III – A year later—-
L: Check this thing out. C: Fine, yes, I have to affirm the thing. L: Affirmation isn’t enough. You must sanction, celebrate, and teach your children that it’s valid. C: Seriously, just leave me the hell alone. I don’t want to do any of those things. L: See you in court.
During a House Ways & Means Committee, Rep. Mike Kelly dished out a little straight talk about the IRS persecution of Tea Party groups. He received a standing ovation when he was done. Small snippets can’t do Rep. Kelly justice; his full spiel:
Rep. Kelly is right, “It’s sure as hell intimidating”
In no other institution has the Progressive left’s “march through the institutions” had such a major and destructive effect, then through our education institutions. From peddling racialist nonsense and hatred, to pushing identity politics above all else, universities and colleges have become places of indoctrination for the new way of thinking. The result of this is that the foundations of Western civilization have been torn down and replaced with an army of indoctrinatedfools.
This take-over was not done by a direct assault, or even by a large group, but rather from a tireless minority that played the long game and allowed their poison to infect and make the body politic gangrenous.
Bruce Thornton describes this as a “trickle down effect” where “grandees at the elite universities train the PhD’s who go on to second and third tier institutions, where they in turn train the students who get high school and grade school teaching credentials. They also write most of the textbooks that end up in K-12 classrooms. Thus the progressive ideology metastasizes throughout the educational system, determining the curriculum, the textbooks, and the point of view of the teachers.”
During the 2008 elections, then Senator Obama declared that his election would mark when the “the rise of the oceans began to slow.” Perhaps, with his re-election in 2012, it seemed that not only did the rise slow, but actually reversed. We should keep in mind what withdraw of the ocean from the shore actually portends.
The number of scandals has recently multiplied for Obama, to the point where many who were sympathetic to him are turning their backs. Will Obama weather the coming torrent with the thanks of a still sycophantic media, or will the administration suffer a deluge of their own making?
The sheer number of major scandals he is facing is huge… and may very well keep on growing. Amongst them:
Political use of the IRS against Tea Party groups.
The revelation that not only has the IRS been targeting Tea Party groups as well as any group that sought to educate people on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, but has been lying about it for years, suddenly broke.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has been “encouraging” health care companies to fork over wads of money to further the implementation of Obamacare.
This goes far beyond the usual excuse of a “public-private” partnership. Obamacare gives Sebelius broad discretionary power. With such potentially arbitrary and capricious exercise of that power, these companies are under intense pressure to not displease their regulatory overlord. The breadth of her power is shocking:
A practitioner of partial-birth abortions, Leroy Carhart, talks about an in utero termination as “like putting meat in a Crock-Pot,” in hidden video seen below. The operation involves poison introduced in utero with subsequent extraction of the corpse days later. When questioned about having a dead baby in her, the doctor says:
“No, it’s like putting meat in a Crock-Pot, okay? . . . in a slow cooker”
When Jonathan Swift talked about eating babies, he was clearly being facetious. The doctor above, while trying to rack a joke, is far from utilizing satire to make a moral point, but rather cover up the reality of what he was doing.