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Feb. 28, 2014

  ▪ Jay Leno takes on Obama

Photo: After he became a “short timer”, Jay did not feel constrained to stay within the network guidelines of "no Obama criticism and staying politically correct" -- what a breath of fresh air !After he became a “short timer”, Jay did
not feel constrained to stay within the
network guidelines of "no Obama criticism and staying politically correct" -- what a breath of fresh air !

"I was going to start off tonight with an Obama jok...
e, but I don't want to get audited by the IRS."

On NSA surveillance: "We wanted a
president who listens to all Americans -
now we have one."

On a new IRS commissioner: "He's called 'acting commissioner' because he has to
act like the scandal doesn't involve the
White House."

On closing the Guantanamo prison for terrorists: "If he really wants to close it, turn it into a government-funded solar power company. The doors will be shut in a month."

Concerning the Benghazi, Associated Press, and IRS scandals: "Remember in the old days
when President Obama's biggest embarrassment was Joe Biden?"

On Obama saying he didn't know about the IRS scandal: "He was too busy not knowing
anything about Benghazi to not know anything about the IRS."
"The White House has a new slogan about Benghazi: Hope and change the subject."

"It's casual Friday, which means that at the White House, they're casually going through everybody's phone calls and records."

"It is not looking good for President Obama. Today his teleprompter took the fifth."

"Fox News has changed its slogan from 'Fair and Balanced' to 'See, I told you so!'"

On Obama's commencement address: "He told the young graduates their future is bright
unless, of course, they want jobs."

On a Chicago man who set a record for riding a Ferris wheel: "The only other way to go
around and around in a circle that many times is to read the official report on Benghazi ."

On White House claims of ignorance on the scandals: "They took 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' out of the Pentagon and moved it into the White House."

now the last, and I think best!--

"These White House scandals are not going away anytime soon. It's gotten so bad that
People in Kenya are now saying Obama's 100 percent American."
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    Feb. 4, 2014

▪ Tea party activists rally at GA Capitol demand Gov. Deal pull Georgia out
  Common Core.
During a spirited rally at the State Capitol on Tuesday, parents, politicians
and tea party activists demanded that Gov. pull Georgia out of Common Core

Tea party activists demand Deal pull Georgia out of Common Core
  Posted: 5:01 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014

  By Wayne Washington - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

During a spirited rally at the State Capitol on Tuesday, parents, politicians and tea party activists demanded that Gov. Nathan Deal pull Georgia out of a controversial set of national academic standards called Common Core.

The rally, attended by a couple of hundred people, underscores a challenge Deal faces as he seeks re-election this year: holding on to the support of tea party activists who see the standards as an unnecessary federal intrusion into state control of K-12 public education. The rally also highlighted lingering anger at Deal for the state’s response to last week’s snowstorm.

“We believe he is no more competent to handle our schools than he was to manage the snowstorm last week,” said Sonja Gaither, a parent from the southeastern Georgia town of Jesup.

Deal supports the Common Core standards, which Georgia agreed to adhere to in 2010. Georgia is one of more than 40 states that have agreed to adhere to the standards. Supporters argue that they would improve education in the United States by making sure academic concepts are introduced at the same point in a student’s career, no matter which state the student called home.

Last year, with anger about the standards building among some conservatives, Deal ordered the state Board of Education to review the standards. That review is not yet complete.

The governor made it clear that Georgia, unlike some other states adhering to the Common Core, would not be collecting and sharing student data, a particularly contentious point for many opponents of the standards.

Finally, Deal and state schools Superintendent John Barge — one of two Republicans challenging Deal as he seeks re-election — pulled Georgia out of the consortium that is working on a standardized test tied to Common Core.

Those actions, however, have not satisfied opponents of the standards. They complain that the standards are lower than the standards Georgia adhered to before switching to Common Core and would lead to a homogenization of American students.

“The Common Core, like many things that are going on right now, is trying to make everyone the same,” said Jean Garner, a 62-year-old retired Air Force sergeant who lives in Cherokee County. “Why would you dumb down the standards so everyone can be the same?”

However, one of the supporters’ points is that the standards allow for a deeper understanding of academic material instead of allowing students to rely on rote memorization.

One of the people behind Tuesday’s rally was state Sen. William Ligon, a Brunswick Republican. A determined opponent of the standards, Ligon criticized them Tuesday and what he called the “opaque” process that led to their creation.

Ligon urged support for two pieces of legislation — Senate Bill 203, which would establish an advisory council to come up with new standards; and Senate Bill 167, which would prohibit the collecting and sharing of student data, bar state agencies from making any commitments relating to the federal education grant program called Race to the Top, and require hearings and public input before the adoption of state academic standards.

 “Your voice is being heard,” Ligon told those at the rally. “The good news is we can fix this.”


Feb. 4, 2014

▪ Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal spoke about immigration reform on Candy Crowley's State of the Union this past Sunday: 

Bobby Jindal on Immigration Reform: Build high walls with broader gates

Bobby Jindal on Immigration Reform: Build high walls with broader gates


Feb. 4, 2014

Facebook turns 10: Mark Zuckerberg thinks social network still has room to grow -- do you LIKE?

Facebook went public, spawned a feature film and has more than a billion users. But Zuckerberg thinks more can be done with Facebook. View video


Feb. 4, 2014

Why Morgan Freeman Hates Black History Month  ConservativeVideos.com

With February upon us we are once again forced to talk about Black History Month. In this classic video, Morgan Freeman says the concept of a month dedicated to black history is “ridiculous.” “You’re going to relegate my history to a month?” the 68-year-old actor says in an interview on CBS’ “60 Minutes”. “I don’t want a black history month. Black history is American history.” Black History Month has roots in historian Carter G. Woodson’s Negro History Week, which he designated in 1926 as the second week in February to mark the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. Woodson said he hoped the week could one day be eliminated — when black history would become fundamental to American history. Freeman notes there is no “white history month,” and says the only way to get rid of racism is to “stop talking about it.”

Read more at http://conservativevideos.com/2014/02/morgan-freeman-hates-black-history-month/#wACzAjWYS6XMhhbB.99 

    Jan. 31, 2014 

Sen. William Ligon to Participate in Rally to Stop Common Core

ATLANTA (January 30, 2014)  |  Sen. William Ligon (R – Brunswick) will join grassroots leaders and elected officials from throughout the state at a “Stop the Common Core” rally and press conference at the Georgia State Capitol on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. The rally will begin at 1:30 p.m. and a press conference will promptly follow at 2 p.m. on the South Wing Steps of the Georgia State Capitol.

During the event, Sen. Ligon and others will call on the Governor as well as the State Legislature to withdraw Georgia from its participation in Common Core national standards and forego any testing associated with these standards. Sen. Ligon will highlight how his bill, SB 203 - An Act to Restore Educational Authority to Georgia Citizens, will provide an orderly process to withdraw from the Common Core and help ensure that a transparent public process is established for the adoption of Georgia's educational standards.  Sen. Ligon will also highlight how this unprecedented national framework for education greatly increases data collection and data tracking on students. He will show why it is vitally important for the legislature to pass SB 167, The Student Right to Privacy Act, that he is sponsoring to prevent life-long data tracking from Pre-K through college and career.

WHAT:            “Stop the Common Core” Rally and Press Conference
WHO:              Sen. William Ligon
WHEN:           Tuesday, February 4, 2014

                        1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. - Rally 
                        2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. – Press Conference

WHERE:         The Georgia State Capitol, South Wing
                       206 Washington Street, S.W.
                       Atlanta, GA 30334

 Sherena Arrington - P.O. Box 21813 - St. Simons Island, GA 31522

Sen. William Ligon Introduced SB 167 to Withdraw Georgia from Common Core Curriculum last February.  View video


▪ Message from Sue Everhart - Kickoff for Karen Handel

I hope you will join me at the kickoff for Karen Handel.  If you are a supporter, please attend, if you are not a supporter, please attend and hear Karen’s message.  You just may change your mind and support Karen.  There is no commitment unless you want to commit.  It is free and will be tons of fun.  So open the invite and come out for a day with friends that you haven’t seen since the last election. 

E--mail to

I am looking forward to seeing my friends.

Sue Everhart




    Jan. 31, 2014

In case you missed the live debate on Thursday evening, January 30, 2014 . . .

VIDEO: D’Souza vs. Ayers at Dartmouth 
January 30, 2014            

Click on graphic below to view the video.  We think that Dinesh D’Souza scored a huge home run!



    Jan. 28 - 31, 2014

Snow time in Georgia


▪ Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal's Staff Acknowledged Danger of Winter Storm
Leon 24 Hours in Advance; Apologies Issued for Atlanta Gridlock
By Sean Breslin Published: Jan 31, 2014, 10:57 AM EST weather.com
Read complete article


Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal's staff began questioning Georgia Emergency
Management Agency Director Charley
English about preparations for Winter Storm Leon nearly 24 hours before the storm
began to cripple Atlanta roads, according
to an AJC.com report.

Emails obtained by the Atlanta Journal Constitution show that Chris Riley, Deal's  chief of staff, asked English why contact hadn't been established between the two as Leon closed in on the state.

“Everyone keeps trying to tell me how bad the weather is going to be but I keep saying if the weather was going to be bad, Charley would have called and he hasn’t called me,” Riley said to English in one of the emails posted by AJC.com.

The report added that the two spoke on the phone before the storm. English has admitted fault for the city's poor storm preparation.

Jan. 31, 2014

As stormjam worsened,
Reed bypassed gridlock
for TV spot

By Katie Leslie -- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution



For thousands of motorists who left downtown Atlanta Tuesday evening, traveling I-75 to the city limits took nearly a day.

But for Mayor Kasim Reed and his support staff, the drive was considerably shorter.

Hours before Reed would stand at a press conference with Gov. Nathan Deal to address a winter storm crisis, the mayor and a handful of staffers used emergency lanes to cruise their way to an interview with The Weather Channel, located just off the heart of the worst congestion  I-75 and I-285.  Read much more.




Snowpocalypse 2014

 Weather Dominates Week

As the General Assembly meets today for day 14 of the session, the subject dominating the headlines is the two days of utter chaos on Georgia's roads this week. With so many children stranded at school and commuters stranded in their cars, the official response to the snow quickly took on political dimensions.

Our 5th Annual School Choice Celebration and Rally was cut short by the weather, but not before many of our participants were able to voice their support of school choice with their legislators. Thanks to all of our partner organizations, volunteers, and participating schools for braving the weather to show their support for more school choice options in Georgia. We'd like to especially thank the Georgia Charter Schools Association, Agudath Israel of America, Americans for Prosperity, Grace Scholars, Students First, and Hennessy Transportation for their partnership in hosting the event.

From Our Blog: Tax Credit Scholarship Cap Reached in Record 22 Days

Just this past week, Georgia's Tax Credit Scholarship program  reached its cap of allowable donation commitments (currently, $58 million) in well under a month. That's the earliest the cap has been reached in the program's history, three and a half months earlier than last year, when the cap was reached on May 9th. Click to read more....

Legislation, Study Committees, and Rumors to Watch.  Read much more


  State of the Union Speech Time






A Message from Team Dinesh

Dear Friends,

In case you haven't noticed, we have a lot of irons in the fire right now! Dinesh's staff has been working on overtime to get the truth out about his politicized indictment and prepare for the debate with Bill Ayers this Thursday at Dartmouth, as well as continuing production on America, Dinesh's newest film.

Dinesh has received an outpouring of support over the last few days from the media and freedom-loving Americans everywhere. Here are just a few:



Check out the #StandWithDinesh tweets and Facebook posts. Please continue to support Dinesh during this political battle that has been waged by Obama's DOJ with a post on his Facebook Page.

Debate between D'Souza and Bill AyersTune in this Thursday at 7:30 PM ET for the LIVE debate with Weather Underground founder Bill Ayers on DineshDSouza.com. The topic of the debate is American exceptionalism, and we hope you'll support our shared vision of a world with American influence by watching the livestream. Add your comments on Twitter using #AyersDSouza during the event. Click here to watch live.

Last week at the Hollywood Reporter, a brand new video about the America film was released by our production team. The feature-length movie is on schedule and will be released nationwide on Independence Day this year.

If you're a freedom-loving American who believes in true American exceptionalism, you need to see the video about America the movie. Click here to watch.

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America: What's it all about?





    Jan. 12, 2014

Georgia Legislative Session

Begins  - Monday, January 13, 2014

▪ Voters: Jobs yes, guns no

By Aaron Gould Sheinin and Kristina Torres - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
January 11, 2014

On the eve of the 2014 legislative session, Georgia voters are generally pleased with the direction of the GOP-led state but not with one of the lawmakers’ signature proposals to expand access to guns statewide, according to a new poll conducted for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Voters still feel the sting of the recession. An overwhelming number stressed they want jobs and the economy to be the focus of the Gold Dome this year.

Yet the poll, conducted by Abt SRBI of New York, should give heart to legislators and Gov. Nathan Deal: A strong majority of Georgians are optimistic about the state’s progress.

Fifty-nine percent of all respondents said they are satisfied with the way things are going in Georgia today. Across the board of demographic, age, race and region, only nonwhites failed to produce a majority who are satisfied with the direction Georgia is headed.

Forty-five percent of respondents give lawmakers a positive grade about how the Georgia Legislature is doing its job, compared with 39 percent who do not. The approval rating is impressive, pollsters said, given the dismal rating voters give Congress.

But state legislators face not only a gender gap, but also age and race gaps, as majorities of men and whites approve of the General Assembly’s performance. Women and nonwhite voters are less pleased.

And when it comes to Republican proposals to greatly expand the rights of Georgians to carry guns onto college campuses, into churches and other locations, the poll found voters strongly opposed. 

Grover Huckabee, a 69-year-old retiree from Cobb County, is a Republican who calls the planned expansion a bad idea. “That’s the one area I think would be a total mistake,” said Huckabee, who plans to vote for Deal in November. “Carrying a weapon is a big responsibility. I’m a Vietnam veteran. I carried one for two years.”But Huckabee also sees positive things on Georgia’s horizon.

“This little island we call Atlanta within the state of Georgia has fared fairly well through this economic crisis,” said Huckabee, a distant cousin of former presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee. “We’re on the leading edge as far as rebound is concerned.” Read more

▪ Georgia Legislative Navigator --TRACK BILLS AND MEMBERS' VOTES
By John Perry, Ashlyn Still and Jeff Ernsthausen

The second year of the 152nd Georgia General Assembly is upon us and the AJC is proud  to offer readers this new tool to track legislation and meet those in power at the Gold Dome. All bills in the tool are categorized by topic, and the AJC staff highlighted legislation with the most significant impact on the general public. Links to lawmakers will show bill sponsorship, recent votes, committee assignments and top campaign donors. The bills and votes reflected are from both sessions of the assembly. Even if a bill was submitted but not voted on before the 2013 session closed, it is technically still active. Information in the tool will be updated daily during the 40-day legislative session.

Read more


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2013 Year in Review

Michael Opitz starts 2014 with a '2013 Year in Review' and what is ahead this year. Podcast SUBSCRIBE … Read More »

For insightful commentaries, interviews and events that affect our lives, please go to: www.decidingthevote.com.  Please forward to your lists.

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     Jan 11, 2014

Georgia Legislature Begins Monday, January 13, 2014

This is an excellent message from Georgia Insight by Sue Ella Deadwyler, your Capitol correspondent.  With the GA Legislature starting on Monday, it is MOST important.  

Bill to Nullify Obamacare

Radio Commentary, WMVV 90.7, WMVW 91.7 New Life FM, January 10, 2014

Good morning, Jim. By this time next week, the legislature will have been in session several days and it’s important for you to know this: Since 39 of Georgia’s 56 senators are Republicans they have a super majority in the Senate. In the House of Representatives, Republicans outnumber Democrats 116 to 64, making them four votes shy of a super majority. Meaning, Georgia Republicans can pass anything they want to pass, from lowering taxes to reinforcing moral standards and every issue in between.

But, there’s more: The governor and lieutenant governor are Republicans, as are the secretary of state, attorney general, state school superintendent, commissioner of agriculture and the insurance commissioner.

Not only can Georgia Republicans pass any bill they want to pass, they can stop any bill they want to stop. They can make English our official language, prohibit foreign law in Georgia courts, stop issuing drivers’ licenses to illegal aliens, and protect the free expression of religion in public schools and elsewhere.

Those are the facts, so let’s see what happens in 2014, with the continuing power struggle between the federal government and state governments. The General Assembly has a perfect opportunity to express state sovereignty by passing H.B. 707 that was pre-filed by Representative Jason Spencer and five co-sponsors on December 16th. H.B. 707 is "The Georgia Health Care Freedom and ACA [Obamacare] Noncompliance Act," that would stop the implementation of Obamacare in Georgia.

Since Obamacare exceeds the federal government’s authority, Georgia and other states are constitutionally empowered to nullify it. H.B. 707 would prohibit any person, agency, business or entity in Georgia from implementing Obamacare. If H.B. 707 passes, anyone helping implement Obamacare could be penalized by the General Assembly and sued by the attorney general.

Maybe H.B. 707 is a preview of things to come throughout the country. South Carolina is introducing a similar bill and Montana is expected to so the same. Missouri has already pre-filed a bill that would nullify any requirement to participate in a health care system. It also requires immediate suspension of Missouri’s Insurance director and other professionals that accept Obamacare subsidies that contradict public policy.

After H.B. 707 is officially introduced in Georgia, I’ll give you the names of legislators to contact to get it passed. For Georgia Insight I’m Sue Ella Deadwyler, your Capitol correspondent.

      Jan 8, 2014


This should be a very informative event.  I am a retired teacher and am very much opposed to Common Core. Every citizen should be VERY concerned.

Bettye Chambers



For Immediate Release


This is an open invitation from the Lanier Tea Party Patriots to Hall County School Board, all Hall County State Legislators, teachers, and all citizens interested in Education to attend the Concerned Women for America event on Monday, Jan. 13th.  This is a free event held at the Chattahoochee Rm. in the Civic Center, 830 Green Street, N.E., Gainesville 30501 concerning the Common Core Standards.  The time is 6:45 to 8:45 p.m.  You can go on the website Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Georgia (http://www.cwfa.org/states/georgia/?) for more details.  GA Senator William Ligon originated SB Bill 167 to withdraw GA from Common Core.

Mike Scupin, Local Coordinator
Lanier Tea Party Patriots
Gainesville, GA 30506

Twitter: @laniertpp
Website:  www.lanierteapartypatriots.org
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/Lanier_teaparty_patriots#!/pages/Lanier-Tea-Party-Patriots/134049333365557

These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. ~ Thomas Paine, The American Crises, No.1, 1776

     Jan. 7, 2014

cid:image003.png@01CF0A05.4FB37930  ObamaCare’s four biggest lies

By Michael Gartland, January 5, 2014

President Obama’s famous vow — “If you like your health plan, you will be able to keep your health plan. Period.” — isn’t the only broken promise of ObamaCare.

Now that the Affordable Care Act has actually been in effect for a week, Americans are discovering more pitfalls associated with the massive overhaul.

Lie #1: “Affordable” Care. Even the president’s ideological allies — like Michael Moore
— acknowledge that the Affordable Care Act is far from inexpensive for most
Americans and that it “risks being a cruel joke.”

For average Americans, the results are prohibitively expensive. “The cheapest plan available to
a 60-year-old couple making $65,000 a year in Hartford, Conn., will cost $11,800 in annual premiums,” according to Moore’s math, as published in a New York Times editorial. “If both become seriously ill, they might have to pay almost $25,000 in a single year.”

The National Federation of Independent Businesses, an organization that represents nearly 11,000 entrepreneurs in New York state alone, said it has yet to find a single member whose health-care costs are going down under ObamaCare. Instead, an “overwhelming majority” of businesses have reported increases in their insurance premiums, said Mike Durant, the NFIB’s New York director.

Lie #2: It will prevent people from going into debt.

Patients with cancer and conditions such as multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease can now get insurance and financial but if annual out-of-pocket costs run much higher than expected, they might have to go into debt.

“There are certainly challenges for cancer patients,” said Brian Rosen, a senior vice president
of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. These gaps “need to be addressed in order to fulfill the intention of the Affordable Care Act.”

Caroline Pearson, who tracks the health-care overhaul for the consulting firm Avalere Health, put it in even starker terms.

“Chronically ill people are likely to be underinsured and face extremely high out-of-pocket costs,” she said. “While the subsidies help, there still may be access problems for some populations.”

Lie #3: ObamaCare will lower costs overall.

The idea that people with medical insurance go to the emergency room less, and thus, help to reduce the overall cost of health care, isn’t necessarily true, as a study of Oregon Medicaid recipients has shown.

Researchers compared Medicaid recipients with those with no health insurance and found the following: that people with access to Medicaid went to the ER 40 percent more than those
without insurance.

Lie #4: More Americans will be insured.

Approximately 2.8 million Americans have signed up for new health-care plans since the Affordable Care Act went into effect on Jan. 1. That’s less than the 3.3 million the federal government predicted would sign up, and is also dwarfed by the 4.7 million whose insurance policies have been cancelled as a result of the overhaul.



Stand with the Catholic Church

When the Catholic Church was founded, there were no hospitals. Today, one out of five people in this country
receive their medical care at a Catholic hospital.

When the Catholic Church was founded, there were no schools. Today, the Catholic Church teaches 3 million students a day, in its more than 250 Catholic Colleges and Universities, in its more than 1200 Catholic High Schools and its more than 5000 Catholic grade schools.

Every day, the Catholic Church feeds, clothes, shelters and educates more people than any
other organization in the world.

The new Obama Health Mandate could end all this and the tax payers would have to make up
the loss.

Also, all Catholic adoption services would come to an end; a human disaster.

There are more than 77 million Catholics in this country. It takes an estimated 50 million
Catholic votes to elect a president. I am asking all of you to go to the polls in 2014 and be united in replacing all Senators and Reps with someone who will respect the Catholic Church, all Christians, and all Religions with the exception of Islam.

**Mr. President, you said**, "The USA is not a Christian Nation". You are wrong, we are a Christian Nation founded on Judeo-Christian values allowing all religions in America to Worship
& Practice Freely. Something Islam will never do.

Oh, by the way, on MUSLIM HERITAGE IN America ...
Have you ever been to a Muslim hospital?
Have you heard a Muslim orchestra?
Have you seen a Muslim band march in a parade?
Have you witnessed a Muslim charity?
Have you seen Muslims shaking hands with a Muslim Girl Scouts?
Have you seen a Muslim Candy Striper?*
*Have you ever seen a Muslim do anything that contributes positively to the American way of

*DON'T KEEP THIS - SEND IT OUT TO YOUR LIST Let’s circulate this to as many as

*In God We Trust!

Origin of above e-mail unknown ; however the content is definitely true.
Bettye Chambers - Webmaster for VoteRightGA.org


▪ Judge Rejects Catholic Church Challenge to Obamacare Birth Control Coverage -
read article

By Joel Rosenblatt and Andrew Zajac | December 23, 2013

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