November 30, 2020

REWARD! * Brian Kemp * and phone call policy of 2020

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Do not call me policy here.

November 28, 2020

The AJC was the ‘Dinner Chair’ for the 2004 Atlanta MALDEF fundraiser

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What is MALDEF?

Mario Obledo, founding member/former national director of Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), former CA Secretary Health/Welfare on Tom Leikus radio talk show

“We’re going to take over all the political institutions in California. In five years the Hispanics are going to be the majority population of this state.” Caller: “You also made the statement that California is going to become a Hispanic state and if anyone doesn’t like it they should leave – did you say that?” Obledo: “I did. They ought to go back to Europe.” Here.

 

Photo: Atlanta Journal Constitution newspaper, 2004 from DIS files.

 

 

 

November 23, 2020

DACA architect for U.S.C.I.S chief: An unsurprising indicator of Biden’s “new thinking” and media lack of self awareness — Obama 2.0

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Alejandro Mayorkas: Biden’s pick for secretary of Homeland Security – Fox five news, Atlanta.

Here is a story from Atlanta TV station, Fox Five Atlanta, found on Google alerts (we don’t watch TV news, ever) about Biden’s pick – Alejandro Mayorkus – to lead U.S.C.I.S. It was “reported from Los Angeles” with the Associated Press as contributor.

Being quite familiar with the mindlessness of the left and the dishonesty of the MSM, we assume that neither the Biden gang or the reporters involved ( forgive the repetition) are even aware of the idiocy of claiming new thinking and “unchanged habits” in selecting Mayorkas, who is a retread from the Obama administration. New thinking, indeed.

“But they also reflect the idea that we cannot meet the profound challenges of this new moment with old thinking and unchanged habits — or without diversity of background and perspective. It’s why I’ve selected them.”

Photo: Frontpage magazine.

Mayorkas, for his part, is already familiar with the inner workings of the Department of Homeland Security —an experience that he will call upon in his new role in an agency where he served during the Obama administration.

Career background:

Mayorkas’ experience in law enforcement has spanned three decades. He served as the deputy secretary for Homeland Security during the Obama administration from 2013 to 2016.

“New thinking”, indeed.

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November 18, 2020

Quoting the far-left Media Matters, the editors at the liberal AJC do not want you to read Georgia Star News

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The liberal and often wildly inaccurate AJC crew do not want you to read a coming new conservative website. And they are willing to prove it.

While we know nothing about something called ‘Georgia Star’ (update, Jan 16, 2021 Georgia Star News here) it is apparently heavy on the Atlanta Journal Constitution editor’s minds. They have run two separate hits warning readers against what the AJC calls “really fake news.”

The editors also rely on the fellow travelers at far-left SPLC-like Media Matters to “prove” their allegation of wrong thought and the admonition to dismiss what ever you may read in a news outlet that isn’t even open yet. “So before you “like,” “subscribe,” or “forward,” a story you just can’t believe, consider the source” say the keepers of the new truth at the AJC.

The first warning we noted came in the daily “Jolt” section of the AJC’s Political Insider gossip column/blog.

Known for inaccurate, outlandish and false claims on pending state legislation and pro-enforcement immigration activists (that go without correction) the liberal AJC explains that “we fully expect outlandish claims, false accusations, and dirty tricks between now and January 5th.” You can see that here from November 10, 2020 (scroll down.)

*Bonus: Partial collection of fake AJC news on legislation herehere,  here, here , here , here, here and here.

Kevin Riley, Editor in Chief, AJC.

The AJC gang must really be worried. There is yet another item on Georgia Star – again leaning on the rabid lefties at Media matters – in the Sunday, Nov. 15 edition under a heading called “Follow up.” This page complied by a Jim Denery. I didn’t take the time to find it online, but here is a photo of copy.

Photo of AJC blurb from DIS.

Remember, the AJC editors do not want you to read Georgia Star News.

November 16, 2020

LTE – Opinion: Biden isn’t savior of a divided America

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Gainesville Times

Nov 14, 2020

Opinion: Biden isn’t savior of a divided America

The height of hypocrisy is Sleepy Joe Biden calling for unity and asking that every American give him a chance to govern. Really?

The Democrats attacked President Trump relentlessly and viciously for four years. They spied on him and his campaign — and John Durham’s pending investigation should prove it. The Robert Mueller probe spent two years and $35 million accusing Trump of Russian collusion; it was a hoax. They impeached Trump over an innocent phone call; he was exonerated by the U.S. Senate. Biden called Trump a “clown” during the first presidential debate. If that isn’t divisive, what is?

Moreover, the biased media has told more lies and spun more conspiracy theories than they can count. And there’s no accountability except when President Trump refers to this unprincipled mob as “fake news.”

And yet Biden, our next president if the Trump legal challenges are unsuccessful, has the unmitigated gall to say things will be better if he spends the next four years in the Oval Office (highly unlikely given his declining mental acuity and low energy). An embarrassing gaffe machine who hid in his basement during most of the presidential campaign, Biden believes he’s the savior of our divided nation.

Well, check out Biden’s abysmal record:

Biden drafted the 1994 crime bill that incarcerated thousands of Black men. He told Charlamagne tha God, a Black television host, “you ain’t Black” if you don’t vote for me.

Biden watched American manufacturing plants close after supporting bad trade deals with Canada, Mexico, China, Japan and Europe.

Biden proclaimed: “If you elect me, your taxes are going to be raised, not cut.”

Biden promised repeatedly that he’d end fracking and jeopardize our energy independence, then claimed he never made such statements during the second presidential debate.

Biden supports open borders and promises amnesty to 11 million illegal immigrants, who’d compete for jobs with American citizens.

Biden opposes the ridiculous Green New Deal and free everything for all, but he’ll cave to the radical left’s demands once in office.

Biden vowed to be “the most progressive president in history,’ which is really saying something after President Obama.

As Obama’s vice president, Biden was wrong on most every foreign policy decision. Prior to the raid that killed terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden, Biden said: “Mr. President, my suggestion is, don’t go.” Joe opposed the successful Gulf War and supported the one-sided nuclear deal with Iran.

Biden oversaw America’s relationship with Ukraine during the Obama administration. Hunter Biden, Joe’s son, received millions from Barisma Holdings, a corrupt Ukrainian company. Joe threatened to withhold a $1 billion payment to Ukraine. Joe boasted: …. read the rest here.

SPLC response to DAK/DIS reply to motion to dismiss

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Filing – D, SPLC’s Reply to Ps’ Reply

Response to SPLC Motion to dismiss June 9, 2020

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November 13, 2020

Thomas Sowell

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November 12, 2020

Georgia law by which county officials determine a voter applicant is a resident

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You can look up Georgia code here.

O.C.G.A. § 21-2-217

Copy Citation
Current through the 2020 Regular Session of the General Assembly
GA – Official Code of Georgia Annotated

TITLE 21. ELECTIONSCHAPTER 2. ELECTIONS AND PRIMARIES GENERALLYARTICLE 6. REGISTRATION OF VOTERS

§ 21-2-217. Rules for determining residence
(a) In determining the residence of a person desiring to register to vote or to qualify to run for elective office, the following rules shall be followed so far as they are applicable:
(1) The residence of any person shall be held to be in that place in which such person’s habitation is fixed, without any present intention of removing therefrom;
(2) A person shall not be considered to have lost such person’s residence who leaves such person’s home and goes into another state or county or municipality in this state, for temporary purposes only, with the intention of returning, unless such person shall register to vote or perform other acts indicating a desire to change such person’s citizenship and residence;
(3) A person shall not be considered to have gained a residence in any county or municipality of this state into which such person has come for temporary purposes only without the intention of making such county or municipality such person’s permanent place of abode;
(4) If a person removes to another state with the intention of making it such person’s residence, such person shall be considered to have lost such person’s residence in this state;
(4.1) If a person removes to another county or municipality in this state with the intention of making it such person’s residence, such person shall be considered to have lost such person’s residence in the former county or municipality in this state;
(5) If a person removes to another state with the intention of remaining there an indefinite time and making such state such person’s place of residence, such person shall be considered to have lost such person’s residence in this state, notwithstanding that such person may intend to return at some indefinite future period;
(6) If a person removes to another county or municipality within this state with the intention of remaining there an indefinite time and making such other county or municipality such person’s place of residence, such person shall be considered to have lost such person’s residence in the former county or municipality, notwithstanding that such person may intend to return at some indefinite future period;
(7) The residence for voting purposes of a person shall not be required to be the same as the residence for voting purposes of his or her spouse;
(8) No person shall be deemed to have gained or lost a residence by reason of such person’s presence or absence while enrolled as a student at any college, university, or other institution of learning in this state;
(9) The mere intention to acquire a new residence, without the fact of removal, shall avail nothing; neither shall the fact of removal without the intention;
(10) No member of the armed forces of the United States shall be deemed to have acquired a residence in this state by reason of being stationed on duty in this state;
(11) If a person removes to the District of Columbia or other federal territory, another state, or foreign country to engage in government service, such person shall not be considered to have lost such person’s residence in this state during the period of such service; and the place where the person resided at the time of such person’s removal shall be considered and held to be such person’s place of residence;
(12) If a person is adjudged mentally ill and is committed to an institution for the mentally ill, such person shall not be considered to have gained a residence in the county in which the institution to which such person is committed is located;
(13) If a person goes into another state and while there exercises the right of a citizen by voting, such person shall be considered to have lost such person’s residence in this state;
(14) The specific address in the county or municipality in which a person has declared a homestead exemption, if a homestead exemption has been claimed, shall be deemed the person’s residence address; and
(15) For voter registration purposes, the board of registrars and, for candidacy residency purposes, the Secretary of State, election superintendent, or hearing officer may consider evidence of where the person receives significant mail such as personal bills and any other evidence that indicates where the person resides.
(b) In determining a voter’s qualification to register and vote, the registrars to whom such application is made shall consider, in addition to the applicant’s expressed intent, any relevant circumstances determining the applicant’s residence. The registrars taking such registration may consider the applicant’s financial independence, business pursuits, employment, income sources, residence for income tax purposes, age, marital status, residence of parents, spouse, and children, if any, leaseholds, sites of personal and real property owned by the applicant, motor vehicle and other personal property registration, and other such factors that the registrars may reasonably deem necessary to determine the qualification of an applicant to vote in a primary or election. The decision of the registrars to whom such application is made shall be presumptive evidence of a person’s residence for voting purposes.

November 6, 2020

This from the SPLC today

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Building Resilience & Confronting Risk in the COVID-19 Era is a guide designed for caregivers, parents, educators and others who are on the front lines of recognizing and responding to radicalization in the COVID-19 era. American University’s Polarization and Extremism Research and Innovation Lab (PERIL) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) invite you to join our webinar on Thursday, Nov. 12, to learn more about online radicalization, new susceptibilities and tips for recognizing warning signs.

When we hosted our Oct. 28 webinar there was high demand for the program and the resources provided. Our upcoming Nov. 12 webinar will be a repeat of the Oct. 28 program to provide another opportunity for those who were not able to attend last month to receive support.

Youth Radicalization in Times of Crisis: How to Reduce Harm
Thursday, Nov. 12
1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Zoom Webinar

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The COVID-19 crisis and a tense election season with contested results have served to accelerate the proliferation of online hate content and recruitment, especially among young people. Nearly 93% of people in households with school-age children reported their children engaged in some form of distance learning. Young people are spending more time online than ever before during a period of great social, political and economic uncertainty, making them susceptible to extremists who exploit valid fears, anxieties and economic grievances. Now more than ever, adults must be equipped with the tools to help children navigate internet spaces and resist extremists who are taking advantage of this time of unrest.

During the webinar, participants will learn tangible steps to reduce harm and counter the threat of online radicalization. Six practitioners will be participating in the panel to share their insights as parents, educators and intervention experts:

Jessica Acee (she/her), Senior Fellow at Western States Center
Cory Collins (he/him), Senior Writer for Teaching Tolerance
Akiko Cooks (she/her), Co-Founder of No Racism in Schools #1865
Brian Hughes (he/him), Associate Director of PERIL
Shannon Foley Martinez (she/her), PERIL Consultant
Jack Michael (she/her), interdisciplinary artist & college arts educator
The Building Resilience & Confronting Risk in the COVID-19 Era guide is available for free here, and we encourage you to share it with anyone who may be supporting young people through this difficult time.

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