Is Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane On Her Way To Prison?


After an exhaustive eight month investigation, Kathleen Kane, Pennsylvania’s Democrat “Girl Wonder” Attorney General, may finally be facing the criminal charges she so richly deserves. A Grand Jury has recommended Kane be indicted for perjury, false swearing, official oppression, and obstruction of justice. While these crimes are serious when lodged against an ordinary public servant, they are bombshell quality when brought against a sitting State Attorney General.

The charges stem from allegations that Kane leaked Grand Jury confidential memos in an effort to embarrass her Republican political enemies. Among those enemies was Tom Corbett, who was the then-State AG and now former Governor of Pennsylvania.

From the beginning of her meteoric rise, Kane was backed and groomed by the Clintons and used as a tool to gain revenge against another Democrat who had angered the vindictive couple for backing Barack Obama in 2008.

A 2013 Pittsburgh Tribune –Review article said, “When Kane, the wife of a wealthy Scranton businessman, ran for attorney general last year, she benefited from a Bill Clinton political score that needed to be settled, for [Murphy] had done the unthinkable in 2008 and endorsed Barack Obama over Hillary Clinton in the state Democrat primary … Clinton repaid that favor by fundraising, endorsing, cutting ads, and bringing out the big guns for Kane over Murphy.”

A quick study, Kane took hold of every odious Democrat position and became a star overnight in the Party of the Rich.

Many thought her next stop would be Washington after she unseated Keystone Republican US Senator Pat Toomey in 2016. That move is so much in doubt that to head off that disaster for them, the Clintons have arranged to have their personal stooge Lanny Davis defend the “Girl Wonder.”

Like the typical Democrat, Kane is refusing to resign and claiming her commitment to serve the people of her state as the reason she is staying on. That’s one thing about Democrats; they are hardwired not to feel the slightest bit of shame or embarrassment when they are caught committing their crimes.

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Trey Gowdy Shames State Department Liaison That Has Time For “Condom Demonstrations” But Not For Congress

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State Department Liaison Joel Rubin was questioned by the bulldog, South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, and demanded an explanation why the Select Committee on Benghazi still had not received access to all the witnesses and the documents they asked for.

Rubin cited security issues and the Justice Department as obstacles for the delivery of the witnesses and documents, to which Gowdy countered by telling him that the Justice Department wasn’t part of the hearing because they “have no issues with them.”

Gowdy concluded his questioning of the department with a subtle jab.

“If you have time for condom demonstrations or culinary diplomacy, I think you have time to comply with a legitimate request for documents from Congress and I’m sure you agree,” Gowdy said before recognizing another committee member.

h/t: IJReview

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WATCH The Gov’t-Produced Super Bowl Warning Video That’s Sparking A Crazy YouTube Frenzy

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has produced and posted to YouTube a short video warning people that flying a drone over, or even near, the site of this year’s Super Bowl could land them in big trouble.

As Fox News reports, the FAA has issued the 15-second video declaring the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., to be a “No Drone Zone.”

The FAA’s YouTube channel, which is not all that popular and generates relatively little traffic, has something of a “hit” on its hands with the brief no-drone advisory…but not necessarily the kind of hit the agency might want.

Those giving a “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” to the brief video have reacted negatively to the “No Drone Zone” warning by almost 3-1. And viewers pushing back against the government restriction on flying a drone around the stadium — people apparently angered that their drone-flying rights are being restricted — have posted comments such as these (which contain language some might find offensive):

“What a retarded video how is it spoiling the game what a f-ing moan LOL I’m taking my drone to the Superbowl and I can fly it anyway I want…”

“I’ll leave my quad at home the moment people start leaving noisemakers and bodypaint at home. That or when there’s actually legal incentive to do so.”

“LOL I was waiting for the comic relief but this was an actual commercial. Oh lawd.”

“We live in the dystopian cyberpunk future.”

You can watch the FAA’s “No Drone Zone” Super Bowl warning by clicking on the video above.

h/t: Fox News

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School Superintendent Tells 8-Year-Old To Stop Handing Out Anti-Common Core Paraphernalia


Earlier this month, Kelly Watson received a call from the principal of her daughter’s school asking her to come in. Her daughter, Faith, is 8-years-old and a student at Martin Bluff Elementary School in Gautier, Miss.

Watson had recently attended a rally at the state capitol and had come home with buttons, bookmarks, and stickers that read, “Stop Common Core.” Faith asked if she could take some to school and pass them out to her friends. Watson said the other children were asking Faith questions about Common Core, and that she was able to answer them. “She was an A student,” Watson said, emphasizing that she did not pressure her daughter to pass out the anti-Common Core paraphernalia. “She knows all about Common Core. She hates it.”

School authorities were less than pleased. The principal, Victoria Hoover, told Watson that Faith was not allowed to hand anything out without permission from the superintendent, Wayne Rodolfich. Rodolfich said Faith couldn’t hand out the pins because they were dangerous (though the school’s handbook has no rule about pins on buttons unless the button is vulgar or demeaning, or the pin is being used as a weapon); however, Rodolfich’s no-pin rule “doesn’t explain why you can’t hand out bookmarkers and stickers,” Watson pointed out. “I’m still waiting on that.”

Incidentally, Rodolfich issued a public letter last week opposing an effort in the state legislature to repeal Common Core. He made the point that millions of taxpayer dollars have already gone into implementing Common Core, and millions more would be needed to create new standards.

“While I realize the opinion of licensed degreed professionals is not always valued by some in our state,” he remarked, “I would ask that anyone with any understanding of creating new standards calculate how many millions of dollars and years it will take to complete this process again? This is a classic case of throwing the baby out with the bath water.”

In response, State Senator Michael Watson, who sponsored the bill to repeal Common Core in Mississippi along with State Senator Angela Burks-Hill, wrote a letter in which he stated, “Mr. Rodolfich is a prime example of an educrat who thinks he knows what’s better for your children and my daughters than we do. Over the past 50 years, Washington has gained unprecedented, centralized control over our classrooms and our children. As a result, public education in Mississippi is worse for the wear. Mississippi’s stellar teachers have done the best with what they’ve been given. However, their hands are tied by highstakes testing and a lack of autonomy in their classrooms.” He went on to state some of his specific concerns about Common Core.

If nothing else, this is an issue of free speech. Just because Faith is 8-years-old by no means diminishes the freedom she has to have an opinion and speak her mind as a citizen of this country.

What do you think? Should Faith be allowed to pass out anti-Common Core information and speak her mind at school? And is it worth “throwing the baby out with the bath water,” as Rodolfich wrote, to implement a better educational standard?

h/t: TheBlaze

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King Obama Decrees Laws But Is Furious At Congress For Netanyahu Invite


We’ve all suffered from frustration recently, with King Obama issuing decree after decree and altering the nation’s laws to suit his fancy. This behaviour is a direct affront to the Constitution of the United States and is harming the rule of law in America. Obama has disregarded the will of Congress, and therefore the will of the people, time after time, with almost no consequences.

So it’s humorous to watch the reaction of the White House to the news that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has accepted an invitation from the Speaker of the House of Representatives, John Boehner, to speak to Congress on the Iranian nuclear issue. The administration is furious.  The New York Times reports today: “The Obama administration, after days of mounting tension, signaled on Wednesday how angry it is with Israel that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted Republican leaders’ invitation to address Congress on Iran without consulting the White House.”

Who else but a King would be furious at a co-equal branch of government exercising their right and freedom to hear from a world leader on a subject that vehemently divides Congress and the country? I have written here before that Obama is allowing Iran to go nuclear on purpose.

The negotiations are a joke. Kerry is a joke.

Congress knows that. The American people, according to the polls, know that. Only a narcissistic king would throw a temper tantrum like the White House is doing.

What about Obama changing immigration law? The Affordable Care Act?  Environmental laws?

All without Congressional approval?

Of course Obama has acted on his own.  I guess his reaction to the Congressional invitation shows that, in his eyes, it’s not about the country; it’s more about him.

It’s more about his legacy. He wants an agreement with Iran sooo bad, it’s killing him.  And these people, worried about the national security of the United States and her allies, are getting in his way.

The New York Times goes on to say: “The outrage the episode has incited within President Obama’s inner circle became clear in unusually sharp criticism by a senior administration official who said that the Israeli ambassador, Ron Dermer, who helped orchestrate the invitation, had repeatedly placed Mr. Netanyahu’s political fortunes above the relationship between Israel and the United States.”  

Funny, I guess karma is a b…..

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