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GONE VIRAL: “Dearborn, Michigan is a MESS”

BY DML DAILY  

Written by DML

Yesterday, I was walking into a 7-Eleven store to get a cup of coffee.  I opened the door and held it open for an African-American man wearing a PENN TRUCKING uniform.  He stopped in his tracks when he reached the doorway and asked, “Do I know you?”

As I walked away from him, I noticed the other people standing at the coffee counter staring at me — clearly, they were listening to the conversation between myself and the man.

A few seconds later, the man returns to the store and walks over to me as I am making my coffee.  My antennas go up — I’m thinking this guy probably figured out who I am and he doesn’t like my politics.

Ready for an altercation, I stand my guard as he holds his cell phone up to my face.  “This is you”, he proudly exclaims. He then hits the play button. I see myself sitting on an Amtrak train talking about my experience in Dearborn, Michigan.

I laugh, “Yes, that is me.”

He sticks out his hand and says, “You are my hero, brother.”  I ask, “Really, why is that?”

He goes on to tell me about the deliveries he makes to Michigan every few months.  “Fred” is a truck driver, and when he goes to Dearborn he cannot believe the changes taking place.  “The entire place is written in Arabic. People are dressed in full black dresses from head to toe, their faces are all covered.  I don’t like it at all, the place is a mess,” he says.

I ask, “Did you vote for Trump?”  He replies, “F*ck yes.”

The woman next to me is making herself a cup of coffee.  She stops and asks, “Can I see that video?”  Fred hands her the cell phone and she hits play.  Fred says, “What he shows in the video is true.”  The woman then hits pause and hands the phone back to Fred.  “I’ve seen this video — you look different in person,” she says to me.

Fred and the lady tell me they’ve shared the video with all of their friends and family.

To date, just on YouTube alone, it’s been watched more than 2 million times.  Tack on the Facebook version and the pirated copies of the video, and the estimated number is closer to 10 million.

The video speaks for itself.   Here you go — take a look at Dearborn, Michigan:

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The Refugee Resettlement Hustle

Aug 7, 2017 – Last night at the St. Cloud City Council meeting, residents spoke out on the issue of the sustainability of St. Cloud, MN due to the massive refugee resettlement that has taken place since 2003.

This is about economics and the bottom line is the city council, the federal government & the county commissioners aren’t meeting their obligations of providing transparency.and working for the people of St. Cloud.  People must understand that it isn’t the function of the U.S. Government at any level to secure the freedom and we’ll-being of the world. That duty is owed only to the legal citizens of the United States.

 

THIS is all about LOCAL…

local people affected
local taxes being paid
local schools
local crime rates,
local IMPACT…

Below is a summary from a St. Cloud patriot

Tonight the St. Cloud City Council members made a step forward to an open conversation. Granted a 3-4 vote was not a victory but one more council member decided to vote yes. This is a positive step forward.

We should all understand that we have authority to halt the Refugee Resettlement program in St. Cloud MN, by understanding law and educating those in authority.

8 U.S.C. § 1522(a)(2)(A)  gives city officials the authority to halt or at least have significant influence in the resettlement process. Lutheran Social Services (LSS) understands this authority and limits the city officials from invites, or by not inviting them at all to the quarterly abstract meetings.

Please read the link below and understand your elected city officials have a voice in the Refugee Resettlement process. yet, city officials may have their own views of understanding Federal, state or local laws.  Educate them.  As a team we must educate these officials. E-mail all city Council members. Show them how much you know about this process. City Council member are elected officials, yet, they may be naive to State and Federal codes.

Jeff Johnson and George Hontos and one other stood tall tonight giving voice to their constituents…Imagine a group of citizens with more education, more passion, and more patriotism giving voice from the bow.  Francis Scott Key was and is that example of Patriotism.

Give thanks to those who spoke and will speak.  Great Job! If we cannot connect with the City officials by educating the law and the urgency of conversation, then we must create a campaign to remove them from their elected positions. We have the final word.    

We urge the no voters to read the Federal Law specifications…”Federal Law permits local governments to seek a moratorium on new refugee resettlement activities in their community  if adversely impacting current residents, local government can be permitted to apply to temporarily suspend the additional settlement of refugees. ” 

The Role of States in the Refugee Resettlement Process

Residents Sound Off On Refugee Resettlement


Transcript from a speaker at the open forum:

Mayor.  City Council Members.

The taxpayers and citizens of St Cloud and surrounding area, are here to request that you place on your next meeting agenda, a discussion and approval of a St Cloud Area “Economic impact study and analysis” of the refugee resettlement program and increasing 2nd wave migration from other states.

We are not simply asking for an analysis of the costs—but to be fair—we are asking for a thorough and transparent impact study which includes both costs and benefits of the resettlement of refugees and 2nd wave migration.

As it is estimated that the refugee-immigrant population is currently reaching a quarter of the area population… An honest open discussion of just how many immigrants and refugees that the area can “reasonably absorb”—and  support—is a fair, reasonable, and responsible request.

We request that you work with Stearns county, the school district, state and local government agencies, local medical service providers, police and emergency services, as well as, the agencies which relocate refugees to the area.

While the public-private partnerships between the Federal government and nonprofit agencies, such as, Catholic Charities and Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Services work together in resettling individuals from 3rd world countries—the taxpayers and local citizens are blocked from meetings held by these agencies—hindering transparency and accountability—as we, the local citizens, are not recognized as “Stake Holders.”

Catholic Charities and Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Services receive millions in taxpayer dollars annually and many Minnesota business benefit from cheap labor—while local taxpaying citizens are left in the dark but, are expected to silently foot the bill on increased social and welfare services, medical, educational special needs of English Language Learners, and higher demands of police and emergency services…  Simultaneously observing—declining real estate values, a sharp increase in rental housing, negative impacts to local school districts, rising poverty and increasing crime rates.

SCSU’s School of Public Affairs Research Institute provide a Land Use Study for the City of Waite Park titled, “An Analysis of Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunity and Threats.”  The analysis cited a higher crime rate and higher number of police officers per 1,000 residents than the Minnesota average and identified an increasingly high ratio of rental/ownership of housing units, perhaps explaining lower average home sales than the state average.

A City of St Cloud study provided the same observations of an increase of over 66% in rental properties, in addition to rising poverty.

Gentleman, if there is nothing to hide—if the impact of the increasing numbers of immigrants and refugees are not straining the demand on local taxpayers but, are in fact a positive on our historically safe and vibrant community—then there should be no objection to a current, transparent, and accountable economic impact study and analysis so that we may reasonably and responsibly understand the costs and number of additional individuals we may be able to absorb and support in the St Cloud area.

As A Tool To Divide And Conquer
The Layman’s Primer

by Louis Beam

Excerpts: In modern times multiculturalism is instituted from the top down as an elitist ruling class tool used to play one or more racial or ethnic groups against another. The ensuing cultural melee serves the political designs, economic goals and power needs of elitist rulers and their sponsors. This technique was developed by Marxist ideologues who used multiculturalism in Russia to divide and conquer resistance to the institution of a communist state.

Those who sponsor multiculturalism are properly called multiculturalists and generally will be found to be those people with the least amount of personal culture appertaining to them. As a dying tree drops its leaves and is attacked by fungus and worms of decay, so to is a nation set upon by multiculturalists. The dominate culture is attacked from all sides. This is not so much a product of maliciousness as necessity. By vilifying, leveling, and weakening the dominant culture, an environment is created for social, political, and economic turmoil which produces change that will benefit the sponsors of a multiculturalist state. If the government and news media relentlessly pursue issues of race, gender, and diversity in preference to the real issues that need to be addressed, there will be an increasing division of society along the same lines. Which is exactly what the sponsors of multiculturalism want.

Social instability, caused by a steady erosion of standards and values, coupled with a scramble over dwindling economic opportunities by conflicting ethnic groups, produces precisely the alienation and conflict needed to implement a multicultural state. Further, the lack of common standards and values leads to personal disorganization, resulting in unsociable behavior. This is the life support system of a multicultural state. In a word: anomie.

Within the deleterious milieu of multiculturalism exists the propaganda opportunity for re-education of the people into a more malleable entity. A targeted population will be shaped mentally by new forms of public education in the schools, media indoctrination, and by elitist pronouncements. Thus placed in a crucible of economic necessity and social pressure, once free citizens become despondent masses, adjusting to and accepting fundamentally changing national circumstances as a matter of expedient survival. For the reticent, conformity by force will ensue in the form of legal penalties disguised as ant-drug, anti-terrorism, or anti-hate laws. All of this leading toward what George Orwell so aptly predicted in his book 1984:

“Almost certainly we are moving into an age of totalitarian dictatorships. An age in which freedom of thought will be at first a deadly sin and later on a meaningless abstraction.”

A necessary first step toward recovery is to look at politics, social policy, and government emanating from Washington D.C. with new eyes, unclouded by a lifetime of false information and deception propagated by elitist sponsors. Pretending any longer that the bought and paid for political prostitutes in Washington D.C. represent you or anyone you know is tantamount to cutting your own wrist with a razor blade. Self-destructive behavior may qualify one for government “protected class status” under diversity laws–but it will not save you, your family, or your nation.

America, Canada, and most of Europe are ruled by politicians about whom the best that can be said is that they are men of ill repute, each out to loot the state. One thing is clear, the American ruling elite of today are far closer in ideological viewpoint to world government ruled by a privileged few than it is to the world of the American Revolution or the Constitutional Convention of 1789. Yet still, the spirit of 1776 lives on in this land. For once again rebellion to tyrants in obedience to God is afoot. Listen closely and in the distance you can hear the ring of  liberty’s bell calling gallant sons and noble daughters to her aid. They know no left, nor right, only treason. And they will not fear to answer. Let tyrants tremble. And though the heavens fall, let there be justice.

Read the article in its entirety: http://www.louisbeam.com/Multicul.htm

Shut Up Already!

My husband always tells me to get new material. It’s about time the mainstream media and the establishment does the same. Read the article below on U of M athletics lacks diverse leaders.

I’m so sick of the litany of terms that are being shoved down our throats…Diversity, Multiculturalism, White Privilege, Discrimination, Racism, Equality, Microagressions, Hate Speech, Social Justice Warriors, Sexism, Homophobia, Xenophobia, etc. This is the weaponized use of language and is very well organized and well funded to pit races, sexes, classes and orientations against each other. Diversity really means division and is the communist philosophy at work within our government, schools, universities, and corporations.

The narrative is that government can legislate equality and morality, and if they fail, blame becomes the name of the game. Let’s blame everyone except the people creating the welfare/warfare conditions that we are currently under.

“The social engineers that utilize this communist dialectic within American politics, education and media are always sifting through the strata of society looking for supposed “underprivileged” classes to exploit for the sole purpose of expanding the powers of the state. When they find one, they mercilessly play the woes of that class up, via government spokespeople, selective media attention and phony statistics until everyone in society is calling for more government intervention.” Jason Charles


U of M athletics lacks diverse leaders

The University of Minnesota put its top athletic department leaders on a bus earlier this summer, sending them on their annual trip around the state to rev up fan interest among the Gopher faithful.

Those passengers, including men and women head coaches of their 23 teams, shared one thing in common: They were all white.

The U, once a leader in athletic department diversity, now trails most of its peers. A Star Tribune analysis of senior athletics leadership, including the athletic director, senior assistant ADs and head coaches, at the 14 schools that make up the Big Ten found Minnesota tied for last with Nebraska, Wisconsin and Michigan State in number of minorities in those positions: one each.

Almost a quarter of the U’s student athletes are nonwhite, and in big-money sports like men’s basketball and football, the ratio of minority athletes is even higher. It’s been four years since the U had a minority head coach, and more than a decade since it last hired one. The last time a person of color served as Minnesota’s athletic director or deputy athletic director was 18 years

“We should be embarrassed,” said Al Nuness, a former basketball player and hall-of-fame member of the M Club, the Gophers’ official alumni group. “Especially when you look at the metropolitan area we live in, which is praised for quality of life and opportunity for people of color. And our university doesn’t reflect any of that.”

The absence of black or nonwhite coaches and athletics leaders at the U is in sharp contrast to what’s happening nationally. In the Big Ten, 59 of the 355 head coaches are minorities, a 10 percent increase since 2010. At major conference schools, the number of minority ADs has increased 9 percent since 2010, according to NCAA data reviewed by the Star Tribune.

Continue Reading: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/minnesota/2017/07/24/u-m-athletics-lacks-diverse-leaders/506636001/

So, You Think You Want A National Health Program?

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CHARLIE GARD ‘DEATH PANEL’ SAGA IN UK SHOWS YOU EXACTLY WHY AMERICA DOESN’T EVER WANT SOCIALIZED MEDICINE

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As Donald Trump weighed in on the fight to save British baby Charlie Gard, Theresa May was facing pressure to intervene. Her spokesman said yesterday it would be ‘inappropriate’ to discuss the ‘delicate case’. Without her support the US president would not have the authority to go over the European Court of Human Rights to try to keep the boy alive.

THE PARENTS OF 11-MONTH-OLD CHARLIE GARD WERE JOINED BY AN ‘ARMY OF SUPPORTERS’ TO DELIVER A 350,000 SIGNATURE PETITION TO GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL CALLING FOR HIM TO GO TO THE US FOR TREATMENT.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Think you want truly socialized medicine? Think again. Over in England, little Charlie Gard is desperately in need of top-shelf medical care, the kind only available in the United States. President Trump has personally guaranteed the needed care for little Charlie will be 100% without charge to the parents. Sounds great, right? Yeah, it does, except for one little massive problem. The UK ‘death panels’ that decide who lives and who dies have so far ruled against allowing him to travel to the US. In fact, unless a miracle happens, they are getting ready to remove him from life support. That’s right, in the UK the ‘death panel’ and not the family decides when life support is pulled. Still want socialized medicine? Pray that little Charlie Gard will be allowed to escape his UK ‘death panel’ captors and be able to flee to America for his life-saving and free treatment.

Chris Gard and Connie Yates said they were ‘overwhelmed’ by the worldwide support they have had in their battle, with the latest leaders to offer their support including Donald Trump and the Pope.

Today they publicly blasted the court decision to stop them from taking their baby to America for treatment at a protest outside the hospital in London because, they said, Charlie ‘deserves a chance’.

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PARENTS ARE NO LONGER IN CONTROL OF THEIR CHILDREN’S HEALTH CHOICES:

In an emotional speech in front of banners supporting the terminally ill baby at Great Ormond Street Hospital this afternoon, Chris Gard noted that in the seven months his son has been on a ventilator while suffering from his rare genetic condition, he could have had the proposed treatment from American doctors twice over.

DOCTORS REFUSE TO LET CHARLIE GARD’S PARENTS TAKE HIM HOME:

Mr Gard said: ‘We just want to thank you all for being here.

‘Over 350,000 people have signed the petition. Our special thanks go to, obviously America, and everyone in Rome, who are supporting us and believe that Charlie deserves this treatment, as he rightly does, as we believe.’

The pair also thanked the British public and the media for their help in the campaign.

PRESIDENT TRUMP OFFERS TO HELP CHARLIE GARD’S FAMILY:

Mr Gard said: ‘We are trying to take out son from one hospital, where they, you know, there are a lot of specialities there, and it’s a fantastic hospital, they do great things there. ‘Unfortunately, they are not specialists in Charlie’s condition – the specialists are in America, where we want to go.’

AS DONALD TRUMP WEIGHED IN ON THE FIGHT TO SAVE BRITISH BABY CHARLIE GARD, THERESA MAY WAS FACING PRESSURE TO INTERVENE. HER SPOKESMAN SAID YESTERDAY IT WOULD BE ‘INAPPROPRIATE’ TO DISCUSS THE ‘DELICATE CASE’. WITHOUT HER SUPPORT THE US PRESIDENT WOULD NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO GO OVER THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS TO TRY TO KEEP THE BOY ALIVE.

Miss Yates added: ‘There’s now seven doctors supporting us, from all over the world, from Italy, from America, from England as well, that think that this has a chance, you know, (an) up to ten per cent chance of working for Charlie – and we feel that that’s a chance worth taking.

‘We’ve been fighting for his medication since November, we’re now in July.

‘He’s our son, he’s our flesh and blood – we feel that it should be our right as parents to decide to give him a chance at life, for a medication that’s just oral medicine, no known major side effects.

‘There’s nothing to lose, he deserves a chance.’  source


Anyway You Slice It – It’s Still Communism

Image result for obamacareA Great summary of Obama Care by a Notre Dame University engineer..
Here are the 10,535 pages of Obama Care condensed to 4 simple sentences.  As humorous as it sounds….. every last word is absolutely TRUE!

This, ladies and gentlemen, is called “redistribution of wealth” or, by its more common name, ” SOCIALISM,” or “PROGRESSIVISM,” the politically correct names for COMMUNISM!

President Trump Undermined by MN GOP

 

I’m not willing to give up…  give in…  or remain silent…  The smaller group of establishment activists in the MN GOP party are silencing the grassroots patriots ‘We the People.’  AJ Kern MN 6th District

President Trump undermined by Minnesota GOP: PART 1 – The Somali Party Affiliate

Paycheck and Pension

Longtime Stearns judge Landwehr to retire in September


Retirement in the judicial branch is really not retirement. There are currently 91 “retired” judges in MN that are practicing statewide as “senior judges”.

What are senior judges? Retired judges who are temporarily serving as judges.  Judges can retire, receive their pension and continue to get paid by taxpayers.

Double dippers: Senior judges’ combined compensation costs taxpayers millions

Click to see MN Senior Judges:→ Judicial Officer Directory    

Continue Reading: http://www.startribune.com/mn-district-courtrooms-seeing-unprecedented-influx-of-judges/282889361/

Image result for courthouse news serviceRetired Judges Fight for Right to Double Dip

ALBANY, N.Y. (CN) – New York is cracking down on double-dipping — the practice by which state judges collect both pensions and salaries after they hit retirement age — but the Court of Appeals focused Tuesday on whether putting retirees to work is actually cost-effective.

Arguing for the retired judges challenging the scheme, attorney Robert Spolzino noted that the state faces a new cost in trying to avoid paying his clients a salary.

Every time the state takes a judge off a case because they start collecting a pension, he said, the state begins paying into the pension of a new judge earning the same salary.

Meanwhile retired judges are “not getting anything extra by what they’re doing,” said Spolzino, of the firm Wilson Elser Modkowitz Edelman & Dicker.

“They are being paid for work they’re doing going forward,” he added.

Lee Adlerstein, an attorney for New York’s Administrative Board of the Courts, countered this position. Some retired judges pull in more than $250,000 a year between their fill-in salaries and their retirement pensions, he noted.

One of the jurists presiding over this afternoon’s appeal emphasized that the case will have far-reaching effects.

“It is relatively common,” Judge Eugene Fahey said of double dipping, noting  that he himself has heard of a number of judges fit the bill.

“So the question is then,” Fahey added, “it’s not the legality of the action but the criteria [used to limit it].”

New York judges must retire at age 70, but a provision in state judicial law allows retirees of the Supreme Court system to fill in as needed until age 76. In most states, a supreme court represents the highest tribunal, but the name is used in New York to designate trial courts for each of the 62 counties.

According to data from the fiscally conservative Empire Center for Public Policy, more than 500 people in New York sought and received permission to collect public pensions between 2015 and May 2016 while working for state or local government positions.

“These waivers are supposed to be used as temporary solutions for the rare instances when a retiree is the only person available and qualified to do a job,” Empire Center Executive Director Tim Hoefer said in a statement.

Taxpayers “have a good reason to question why they’re paying someone twice,” he added.

Retired justices who want to continue must seek recertification every two years from New York’s Administrative Board of the Courts, which evaluates for mental and physical fitness. When the state changed the rules in 2013, however, judges learned that they had to choose between staying on the bench of collecting pensions.

After the new policy went into effect, retired Judges Gerald Loehr, J. Emmett Murphy and William Miller filed suit. Case documents show that Loehr is entitled to a $66,000 annual pension, while Murphy and Miller receive a $91,300 and $89,000 yearly pension, respectively.

Their case hit the state’s highest court this afternoon after a three-judge panel in the Appellate Division found the new rules against double-dipping unconstitutional.

Court of Appeals Judge Jenny Rivera suggested today the rule might be overbroad.

“In this case, you just have a blanket rule that is ignoring the qualifications of the individual,” she said.

Rivera questioned Adlerstein why the state failed to define what was necessary in the board’s stated goal of “expediting the business of the court system.”

“Is there no line in the sand?” she asked. “Is it whatever the board says is necessary?”

Adlerstein argued that judges have no constitutional right to both a judge’s salary and a judge’s pension simultaneously.

Chief Judge Janet DiFiore did not appear to take part in this afternoon’s hearing with the other six judges on the Court of Appeals. How the  court will rule is still unclear. Some of the judges noted that the rule change costs the retired justices nothing: While retired judges serve on the bench, their pensions are merely suspended not revoked.

“No one is taking your pension away,” Judge Michael Garcia said.

Another key issue is whether judges have a right to be certificated. Spolzino said that there is no right to certification but that judges have a right to be considered for certification. “That is what this case is about,” he said.


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Public Employees Retirement Association of Minnesota

Retirement Benefits
What is Combined Service?

Combined service can provide you with benefits for public service under more than one retirement program. However, you must have at least six months of service with each fund to qualify. For many PERA members, this is service under the Police & Fire, Coordinated, Basic, or Correctional plans, as well as the Minneapolis Employees Retirement Fund division of the Association. In addition to PERA’s defined benefit plans, it can also be public service covered by any of the retirement funds listed below:

  • Minnesota State Retirement System:
    – General Plan
    – Correctional Employees Retirement Plan
    – State Patrol Retirement Fund
    – Unclassified Employees Retirement Plan
    – Judges’ Retirement Fund
    – Legislators’ Retirement Plan
    – Elective State Officers’ Retirement Plan
  • Teachers Retirement Association
  • St. Paul Teachers Retirement Fund Association
  • Duluth Teachers Retirement Fund Association (recently consolidated with Teachers Retirement Association)      http://www.mnpera.org/

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