Barack Obama

Daesh behead 14-year-old boy for being an apostate

Truth Revolt reports:

A 14-year-old Syrian boy missed Friday prayers at a mosque in the city of Jarablus and, for that reason, he was beheaded in front of his parents by members of ISIS.

This death sentence was applied after an ISIS-led Sharia court decided the boy was guilty of apostasy, reports ARA News. A civil rights activist in the city told the news agency that the beheading was carried out in public:

Dozens of people attended the brutal execution, including the victim’s parents who were forced to witness the beheading of their own son.   Read more »

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White House admits its $100 billion in aid to Iran will be used to fund terrorism

I wonder if Murray McCully is happy about this? He trumpeted the Iran deal to the world..and now we find out that Obama’s government will likely be funding terrorism as a result.

The Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran will provide $100 billion in sanctions relief to one of the world’s biggest funders of terrorism. Now, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said that it is highly likely — “expected” even — that the Islamic Republic will use sanctions relief money to continue its support of terrorism around the globe.

The Free Beacon reports:

“The thing that’s important for people to recognize is that critics of this agreement often exaggerate the value of the sanctions relief that Iran will obtain, and they often overlook the rather severe economic priorities that are badly underfunded inside of Iran.”  Read more »

Government scuttles Obama visit rumours

The government is scotching persistent rumours that the world’s greatest gun salesman is coming to New Zealand.

There are no plans in place for Barack Obama to visit New Zealand, the Government says, despite local rumours that he could be lining up a round of golf in Northland.

Duty Minister Michael Woodhouse said “at this stage” there were no current plans for what would be a historic visit.

“The President is always welcome to visit New Zealand, however there are no plans in place for that to happen at this stage.”

There have been rumours in the local community near Northland’s exclusive Kauri Cliffs golf lodge that Mr Obama could be considering a May visit.

The President will travel to Japan in May for a Group of 7 summit meeting, with likely extra stops during that trip including Vietnam.   Read more »

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The world’s greatest gun salesman is a crier and a liar

Barack Obama came out and proposed a slew of anti-gun executive actions and in between bouts of tears he managed a few lies.

The Washington Post‘s Fact Checker assessed President Obama’s claim made during his tearful speech on gun control when he said that the rules for buying a gun over the Internet is different than buying one in person.

The final score? Two Pinocchios. (That means it was “half true,” according to their scale.)

“Obama erred,” states the Post, which is a nice way of saying he lied.

Here is WaPo‘s explanation:

This is a difficult claim to assess because a lot depends on how one reads Obama’s remarks: “The problem is some gun sellers have been operating under a different set of rules. A violent felon can buy the exact same weapon over the Internet with no background check, no questions asked.”   Read more »

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Mr. President: Disarm ISIS, Not Us.

Watch this video. It is powerful.

Elbert Guillory is a Republican state senator. He was once a Democrat but switched sides in 2013.

In this video he slams Obama and his gun control antics while allowing ISIS to gain a stranglehold around the world.   Read more »

The world’s greatest gun salesman boosts shares in gun stocks

Obama’s cry-baby speech about gun control has resulted in…more gun sales:

President Obama’s move to tighten gun restrictions follows a string of high-profile shootings and surging sales of firearms — and some experts believe Tuesday’s executive action will only heighten demand.

Gun manufacturers have seen their stocks climb in recent days as sales pick up.

Shares of Smith & Wesson jumped 11 percent Tuesday, to $25.86, when the president unveiled his new plan for expanding background checks on gun sales, while Sturm, Ruger & Co.’s stock climbed nearly 7 percent, to $65.54.

For gun-rights groups, the numbers serve to validate a long-running joke within the industry: Obama is the gun salesman of the year.

Not just of the year…of all time!

“President Obama has single-handedly done more to promote gun ownership than anyone else,” said Erich Pratt, executive director of the Gun Owners of America.

“Gun owners are concerned, and they should be,” Pratt continued. “We see people running to gun stores to buy firearms and ammunition.

If Obama wants to ban it, they want to buy it,” he added.President Obama’s move to tighten gun restrictions follows a string of high-profile shootings and surging sales of firearms — and some experts believe Tuesday’s executive action will only heighten demand.   Read more »

Obama announces that more laws will stop criminals from breaking laws

The world’s greatest gun sales man is going to use executive actions to introduce new gun control laws.

He better get ready for a Supreme Court challenge by the NRA.

From the Oval Office Monday, President Obama, sitting alongside Attorney General Loretta Lynch, announced a new round of executive gun control actions he says are “well within my legal authority.”

The president assured that even the strictest Second Amendment-rights advocate would stand behind his proposals:

It is my strong belief that for us to get our complete arms around the problem, Congress needs to act. What I asked my team to do is to see what more we could do to strengthen our enforcement and prevent guns from falling into the wrong hands.

The good news is, is that these are not only recommendations that are well within my legal authority and the executive branch, but they’re also ones that the overwhelming majority of American people, including gun owners, support and believe in.   Read more »

Why do I call Obama the world’s greatest gun salesman?

I, and many others, call Barack Obama the world’s greatest gun salesman.

Why?

Well look at this:

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That is the share price of Sturm Ruger & Co Inc since 2008 when Obama was first elected.  Read more »

For his last year in office Obama is going to try to sell even more guns

The World’s Greatest Gun Salesman is going to go for the record…his own record in his final year in power.

President Obama said Friday that he would meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday “to discuss our options” on executive action for stricter gun regulation.

The president said in his weekly radio address that his New Year’s resolution is “to move forward on our unfinished business as much as I can.” He asked citizens to help him fight an “epidemic of gun violence” and a “gun lobby [that] is loud and well organized.”

“I get too many letters from parents and teachers and kids to sit around and do nothing,” Obama said. “I get letters from responsible gun owners who grieve with us every time these tragedies happen.”   Read more »

The world’s greatest gun salesman coming to NZ?

So who wants the world’s greatest gun salesman, Barack Hussein Obama, to visit New Zealand?

Turns out a good few of the population.

Barack Obama is the person New Zealanders most want to visit New Zealand this year, according to a Herald-DigiPoll survey.

Asked which VIP they would most like to come to these shores, nearly half of respondents chose the US President. Pope Francis won 19 per cent of the vote and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came third with 11.5 per cent.

Obama has never visited New Zealand during his seven years as US President. His second presidential term comes to an end this year so he is running out of time to make an official visit.

US Ambassador to New Zealand Mark Gilbert said there was no lack of interest – Obama had told him personally that he would like to travel to this country.

Gilbert said despite the popular belief that a president’s mandate waned in their final year, Obama still had “much to get done” in 2016.   Read more »