Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Islamic (Sharia) Law: Stoning Video Surfaces from Pakistan

September 25, 2010

Imagine, one of the attendees of this stoning released the video. So just think about what we don't see. I saw this video first at ABC, but didn't run their video because it was irresponsibly edited, and because the accompanying narrative was so wrong, so patently false and deliberately misleading -- the commentary from Gayle Lemmon, an apologist from the Council of Foreign Relations (a tool for the stealth jihad), makes these pathetic excuses to ABC's Brian Ross, who nods cluelessly:

"It's difficult to know where and when it was shot," says Gayle Lemmon, deputy director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program at the Council of Foreign Relations, in an interview with Ross, "It is consistent with videos that have been coming from Taliban-controlled areas since the '90s."

Lemmon says that when women "stray outside the line" in Taliban-controlled areas, they may "face severe punishment."

"Women are respected as carriers of the family honor," says Lemmon, "but they also pay the price."...

It's the sharia, stupid. Check out the rest of the idiocy over at ABC here.

Click Here for Video of Taliban stoning woman in northwest Pakistan

WARNING: The video is graphic, and beyond disturbing. It is footage of a woman dying under a barrage of stones. But it must be exposed:
This is Sharia. This is an act Muhammad approved of and participated in, according to canonical Islamic sources including Sahih ("sound," "reliable") Bukhari.

This is Islam's "justice," "compassion," and "mercy" which apologists will not repudiate, attempting to dodge the issue by assuring the uninformed (and maybe even trying to make themselves believe) that it is not an issue because it is not prescribed in the Qur'an itself. Click here for why that does not make a difference to the Muslims who have continued the practice over the centuries.

And what was this woman's crime? Here is the back story. "Rare Video Shows Taliban Allegedly Stoning Woman to Death in Pakistan," by Megan Chuchmach for ABC News, September 24:

A rare video reportedly smuggled out of northwest Pakistan allegedly shows a woman being stoned to death by Taliban militants in the upper region of Orakzai. Al Aan, a Dubai-based pan-Arab television channel that focuses on women's issues, said it had obtained cellphone footage that it says shows a woman being executed because she was seen out with a man. The killing reportedly took place two months ago and was smuggled out by a Taliban member who attended the stoning, according to Al Aan. ABC News could not independently confirm the cellphone video's authenticity. The video, which seems to show a woman tethered to the ground as a group of men throw stones at her, is so graphic that ABC News cannot show it in its entirety. Parts of it air today on the 25th episode of "Brian Ross Investigates."

Gee, what a great system: be "honored" or be killed!

The ABC link has its own video, including a mostly dismal interview with Lemmon, who hedges on whether this has anything to do with Islam.
But we know better.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Celebratory day for Obama is a day of "mourning" for a Wyoming Dr.

President Barack Obama today called attention to tomorrow's date as marking 6 months since he signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. He held this up as a celebratory date for his administration's accomplishments. He signed that bill on March 23, 2010.

Not coincidentally, March 23, 2010 also marks the date of my retirement from the practice of medicine. Although at age 67 I was still healthy and active and enjoying my profession part-time, I felt obligated to express my dissatisfaction -- my thorough disapproval -- of a plan conceived not in the best interest of the American people, but a political sword thrust to derail the free market system at the expense of patients and providers from coast to coast, border to border, and to bring the American population further under direct control of an uncaring government.

My retirement was and is a symbolic protest. I completely agree that health care reform was warranted -- but a a plan much simpler, more market-oriented, and far less intrusive had been proposed by conservative thinkers and rejected out of hand, without consideration, by the Powers That Be in government and most of the media. The conservative alternative never saw the light of day, and the general public was told, in fact, that the Republicans were rowdy obstructionists who had no plan of their own. This was patently untrue.

I have watched in dismay as our government has enslaved us for generations to come, with no positive results and apparently no end in sight to the ensuing chaos and irresponsible behavior.

And thus my symbolic gesture, and a promise to spend more of my (now much-freer) time being actively involved in the pursuit of political change. Our country faces a transformation, as promised by Barack Obama, but I doubt that many who desired change are satisfied with the direction our Republic is heading. I hope that multitudes will agree with me.

Obama celebrates September 23, 2010, as the six-month mark in the official existence of "Obamacare." I mourn the same day as the six-month mark of my withdrawal from medical practice. My symbolic gesture represents a very small voice in this vast nation -- but I hope with all my heart that "We, the People" will all make our individual small voices heard, to build to a resounding roar that will save our country from the relentlessly downhill course that the administration and a "progressive" Congress have planned.

Kent D. Stockton M.D., Riverton, Wyoming

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Fundamental Differences : Haynes & Mead on Private Property Rights

Thursday, September 23, 2010

-- Mead is hardly concerned with private property rights, citing lots of examples of how the Feds influence the state but no real plan for how to protect private property rights.

-- Haynes sites the constitution and plans ("I will") to use it to protect the rights of private citizens.

Haynes on Property Rights

"I will promote and sign legislation preventing the government from interfering with the lawful use of private property under the guise of protecting endangered species.

I will restore the fourth amendment rights to all Wyoming citizens by promoting and signing legislation to stop the use of Eminent Domain by private companies."

from Mead's web-page :

"In large part, we owe our beautiful vistas, open spaces, clean environment, and recreational opportunities to private landowners. Private property rights and our land and water must be protected. The federal government, through laws like the Endangered Species Act and the proposed amendment to the Clean Water Act, continues to try to encroach on these rights. It’s time for that to stop."

----- Haynes on Property Rights -----

What would the Founders say about Private Property Rights?

No matter what Mead says, it seems there are his own words that contradict what he says he believes.

For Example ...

Mead: "The federal government ... continues to try to encroach on these(private property) rights. It’s time for that to stop." But when it comes to actually having a stance on acting on those beliefs, he can't find solid footing.

-- Sheriff Richard Mack has a history of fighting for State and Individual Rights up against the Fed - and winning.

-- Mead has declared his disagreement by having a "different perspective" with the Sheriff, who has done nothing but enforce the US Constitution.

-- Side note : Sheriff Mack endorses Taylor Haynes and he, The Sheriff, also endorsed Ron Micheli, a strong conservative candidate that Mead must have felt he needed to separate himself from, making himself more attractive to a more liberal base of voters. No?

So is Mead standing by principle and doing what is right or is he standing for whatever is opposite of conservatism and truth because that is where the people who like him are? Is that not, by definition, a major criteria for a RINO?

So where does Mead really stand on Private Property rights? ... because he claims : "Whether it takes a lawsuit, joining with other state governors, use of the bully pulpit, or a combination of those things, as Governor, I will take up the fight for Wyoming’s rights as a state."

But again, he also claims he has a "different perspective" on issues of state sovereignty as compared to that of Sheriff Mack - an advocate of enforcing the constitution - i.e. by using the LAW.

Somehow Mead sees that as "promoting violent resistance"
So there is a different perspective ... of what? the constitution?

Perspectives :

As an acting Sheriff, Mack fought the Feds in the Supreme Court over the issue of State Sovereignty, and won. (videos w/Mack below)**

As an acting Federal Attorney, Mead fought on the side of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms against Wyoming's defense of the 2nd Amendment. Mead and the Fed's won.


Mead can't find solid ground of "Fiscal Conservatism" either ... even though he says "as a conservative" ...

How much can we believe of what Mead lathers onto his web page?

On the issue of his conservative claim to fiscal responsibility ... In his Issues on Property page :

"As the federal government becomes more saddled with debt and more unwieldy from sheer size and bureaucracy, states like Wyoming that are both fiscally disciplined and fundamentally sound will show the way, assuming the mantle of leadership while others follow our good example."

But when asked about those same issues and how they have been applied here in Wyoming : growth of government, bureaucracy, fiscal discipline, and leadership, Mead responded :

"I think the governor has responded accordingly to that and in a proper way. And so ... I do not think the growth of government in the last 6-7 years has been excessive" audio clip
Sheriff Mack interviewed in 2009 ...

----- Part 2


----- from an e-mail written by Mead in response to "Are you familiar with Sheriff Mack and his travels teaching the sheriffs in our country (about) their constitutional rights in standing up and supporting the constitution of the US when the feds are moving in on a citizen?"...

... I heard Richard Mack speak in Sublette County in February. My perspective is different from his. As a county and federal prosecutor for a number of years and as U.S. Attorney for Wyoming from 2001 to 2007, I enforced criminal laws, including laws prohibiting illegal drugs. I have seen from my work as a prosecutor how drug use, abuse, and trafficking takes a huge societal toll, ruins lives and families, brings about violence and death. Regarding federal overreach, I would seek a court injunction or judicial determination, not promote violent resistance, because our country’s judicial system is set up to resolve disputes when state and federal interests collide.

Let me say further that both the U.S. Constitution and the Wyoming Constitution start with the words “we the people” so first and foremost our government is to serve us. I am a strong supporter of state’s rights and individual’s rights. If elected governor, I will aggressively defend these rights against federal policies that are harmful to Wyoming. My defense of these rights will include a robust litigation agenda. Whether it takes an independent lawsuit, joining with other states, use of the office’s bully pulpit, or a combination of measures, as governor, I will proactively fight for Wyoming’s rights as a state and for the constitutional rights of the citizens of our state...

More Reading ...

Earl Taylor is the "James Kirk" of the National Center for Constitutional Studies

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Fundamental Differences: Haynes and Mead on Taxation

The real issue is how to balance a bloated/bloating state budget.

-- Mead has openly suggested raising taxes in a variety of areas.

-- Haynes is suggesting eliminating them, like private property taxes.

"We can do it, lawfully," says Haynes. "Because the constitution says we can."

"on a 10-cent-per-gallon increase in the state fuel tax, Republican candidates are split on the question... Rita Meyer and Matt Mead said they would consider a gas tax increase." -- Governor candidates divided over gas tax --- video:"increase in fuel tax"

"I am not interested in a Non-Profit director who makes $5M a year." -- said Mead in response to a question about taxing Non-Profit organizations.

The Wyoming state budget expenditures in ...

-- 2000 - $3.7B.

-- In 2003, when Gov. Dave took office - $4.7B.

-- In 2009 - $7.2B.

-- "$7.6B state spending plan for 2011-12".

Mead, when asked about his thoughts on the growth of Wyoming state budget said : "I think the governor has responded accordingly to that and in a proper way. And so ... I do not think the growth of government in the last 6-7 years has been excessive"-- audio clip

In high contrast to what Mead is offering Wyoming, Taylor Haynes has a completely different approach.
Haynes says that by simply following the constitution, having Wyoming "draw the line" that Wyoming will take back all that tax from natural resources and use it in the state of Wyoming. Part of that money would then eliminate the private property tax in Wyoming. It would not eliminate funding things like roads, schools, police department, it just would not come out of the peoples pockets.

That's a pay raise in any home owners check book.

Haynes says private property rights was the big reason why he endorsed current governor Dave Freudenthal. "Because at the time Dave was a supporter of private property rights," and that when he got into office, "what did he do about it? Nothing." He says, "And I was out of there. Fool me once, and that's it!" said Haynes.

So Gov. Dave got into office by selling himself as the most conservative candidate, and then did nothing. Hmmm ... "Matt Mead is the candidate who most reminds us of the state's current Democratic governor, Dave Freudenthal." Early Praise from the Red Star ... of which Mead has NEVER said a THING about. He has never made a statement, never publicly declared that as inaccurate. He just went along with it, kept writing the check to pay for the heavy amount of advertising he did with the Tribune.

Haynes also talks about changes in the Eminent Domain law that would allow private property owners to have more negotiating power in cases where government or private companies want to buy their land. In brief, property owners would have a say in what kind of deal would be negotiated, 'private property owners can get their "piece of the action," says Haynes.

Haynes clarified further with that situation, giving an example, 'if the owner stands firm on an offer, and then government or that company says, 'well, that's just too much. We can't do that' ... "Hellooo!" says Haynes, "You can't do it then."

Consistently, Haynes speaks about enforcing the laws of the constitution.

Consistently, he speaks about empowering private citizens of Wyoming by putting them in charge.

Consistently, he offers a more conservative and principled approach to the issues because he sticks to the constitution.

All are encouraged to find out for yourself, bring questions, and bring the hard ones.

Find out where Haynes is going and bring a friend. Bring 'em all.


Facebook Haynes Events

A Write In Candidate is a viable vote. It is yours. Not the parties.

With Taylor Haynes, your voice is not limited.

It is mathematically impossible to split the vote and have Leslie Petersen win.

More Reading ...

-- Fundamental Differences : Haynes & Mead on Life/Abortion

-- Fundamental Differences : Haynes & Mead on the 2nd Amendment

A serious question:

Governor candidates divided over gas tax :

"Mead said he is not in favor of a higher gas tax or tolling, but thinks a governor needs to look at all the options.

“Looking at our roads, delayed maintenance is simply not a good idea,” he said on his website. “We should look at all funding streams. I am unconvinced that a toll on I-80 would be the answer.

“As governor, I will pay special attention to the state’s infrastructure needs so we can keep our economy and our daily lives moving.”

A recent Casper Star-Tribune poll found that 59 percent of registered voters opposed increasing the state fuel tax to raise money to maintain I-80."

So Mead searches to find an answer without having to ruffle any feathers. What does that sound like? Someone wanting to get along? Someone being the immortal nice guy, because, 'you wouldn't hit a guy with glasses, huh? would ya?'

Let us all remind ourselves that the elected office of governor is not American Idol, and it is not some snooty dinner party. If Wyoming wants a 'nice guy' to defend our UNalienable rights of which come from our CREATOR - in the face of the Obama Machine, who omits "Creator" and uses INalienable...

Then what else are we to expect but more of the same from Meadenthal?

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Sheriff Mack Endorses Dr. Taylor Haynes

Wyoming Watchdogs™ are thrilled to announce that 2010 Wyoming Gubernatorial Write-In Candidate Taylor Haynes has received Sheriff Richard Mack’s endorsement!

“I have taken a very serious look at the candidates for the Governor’s race in Wyoming, for those who are seeking a meaningful and Constitutional change that would have to be Dr. Taylor Haynes.”

~ Sheriff Richard Mack

Sheriff Mack is widely known and respected for his victory in Printz v. United States – a very famous case where the Supreme Court ruled that the Brady Bill was in violation of the Tenth Amendment.

Click here for Sheriff Mack interview discussing this case with FOX News, Judge Napolitano (Freedom Watch, August 2010)

Click here for more information on Printz v. United States (95-1478), 521 U.S. 898 (1997).

Sheriff Mack is also well-known for his intimate involvement with Oath Keepers. If you are not familiar with this highly esteemed and honorable organization;

Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of currently serving military, veterans, peace officers, and firefighters who will fulfill the oath we swore to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, so help us God.

Our oath is to the Constitution, not to the politicians, and we will not obey unconstitutional (and thus illegal) and immoral orders, such as orders to disarm the American people or to place them under martial law and deprive them of their ancient right to jury trial.

We Oath Keepers have drawn a line in the sand. We will not “just follow orders.”
Our motto is “Not on our watch!”

If you, the American people, are forced to once again fight for your liberty in another American Revolution, you will not be alone.

We will stand with you.
For more information:

Click here for the Oath Keepers website.
Click here to view their video, Orders We Will NOT Obey

Monday, September 13, 2010

Bill Gates: Death Panel Advocate

September 12, 2010

Do you want your healthcare determined by the government?  Your life span?  Be sure to read the comments on this video.

Democracy and Power 103: Government Money

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by Dave Abram

In general, the art of government consists in taking as much money as possible from one party of the citizens to give to the other. – Voltaire (1764)

The money taxed and spent by the politicians comes from the labor and ingenuity of millions of working persons. Politicians spend other peoples’ money.

The politician transfers money from productive people, to mostly favored special interest groups.

Lincoln's Last Earmark

The spending problem, in profile.

Senator Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas has been attempting to change an agriculture insurance law to allow corporate agribusinesses to retroactively extract hundreds of thousands of dollars from the US Treasury. The total cost is $1.5 billion.

Senator Lincoln is the most endangered Democratic Senator in the upcoming November elections. Ardently, she has attempted to attach her “earmark” to a series of bills. The Wall Street Journal reports:

Mrs. Lincoln's claim is preposterous enough that she can't persuade even her fellow Democrats to pony up the cash. First she suggested tapping TARP for the money. When that didn't fly, she tried unsuccessfully to add an earmark to a war funding bill, and then to the small business bill that Congress will take up after Labor Day. Her colleagues keep saying "no."

Ah, but the President must help a collaborator in need. The WSJ continues:

Enter the White House. In an August 6 letter, deputy budget director Robert L. Nabors II pledged that "the Administration is committed to providing [the disaster] assistance consistent with your legislative proposal by the end of the month." The White House says it can do so under a Depression-era law allowing tariff funds to be used for farm emergency payments.
Will the amounts received by the agribusinesses be published? Apparently, not.

Coincidentally—or not—the USDA has chosen this moment to stop publishing the names of farm subsidy recipients and how much they receive. As EWG (Environmental Working Group) puts it: "This policy effectively shields from disclosure subsidy benefits going to multiple, and often absentee, owners of large, agribusiness farming operations." The USDA says shutting down the data base will save money. Welcome to the new era of transparency in government.

According to the WSJ the insurance program has merit, and this raid will destroy the program.

If Mrs. Lincoln gets her $1.5 billion, the White House will have eviscerated the one laudable farm subsidy reform in years. Congress will revert to raiding the Treasury every year to enrich its wealthiest constituents. All of this in a last ditch, and probably futile, effort to help Mrs. Lincoln retain her Senate seat.

Tragically, this is politics as usual in DC.

Democracy and Power 103: The politician transfers money from productive people, to mostly favored special interest groups.

Or as Walter Williams states:

Conservatives and liberals are kindred spirits as far as government spending is concerned. First, let's make sure we understand what government spending is. Since government has no resources of its own, and since there's no Tooth Fairy handing Congress the funds for the programs it enacts, we are forced to recognize that government spending is no less than the confiscation of one person's property to give it to another to whom it does not belong – in effect, legalized theft.

The Perspective on Gaza You Won't See on CNN

September 13, 2010
Posted by Trevor Loudon

This is the best video about Gaza that you’ve never seen. It was released on July 25 but has had relatively little exposure, so I'd encourage you all to pass on this important video.

The producer of the video, Ronen, says about it:

"It's a non-sugar coated, eye opening look at the REAL conflict in Gaza. One that is concealed from the Western world on how the Gaza siege truly begins from within Gaza itself via Hamas, before ever factoring Israel's blockade for security reasons. Hamas has all of Gazan's hostage and silences their opposition at gunpoint. Gaza is one massive human shield and the only road to a free Gaza, is a Gaza not under siege by a Terrorist mafia posing as a government authority."

This is part 1. Part 2 should be released any day now.

Friday, September 10, 2010

2007 - Do You Remember Muslims Burning Bibles and Destroying Crosses?

Click Here for Article

Published June 18, 2007
by Kimberly West

After defeating their rivals in Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement, Muslim extremists are focusing their attacks on Christians in Gaza City. Christians in Gaza City have issued an appeal to the
international community and a plea for protection against the increased attacks by Muslim extremists.

Father Manuel Musallem, head of Gaza's Latin church, told the AP that Muslims have ransacked, burned and looted a school and convent that are part of the Gaza Strip's small Romany Catholic community. He told the AP that crosses were broken, damage was done to a statue of Jesus, and at the Rosary Sister School and nearby convent, prayer books were burned.

Gunmen used the roof of the school during the fighting, and the convent was "desecrated," Mussalem told the AP.

"Nothing happens by mistake these days," he said.

Father Musalam additionally told The Jerusalem Post that the Muslim gunmen used rocket-propeled grenades (RPGs) to blow through the doors of the church and school, before burning Bibles and destroying every cross they could get their hands on.

Catholic Online reports that the heads of Christian churches in the Holy Land have urged both sides to put aside their weapons, noting that the infighting diverted international attention from the national goal of Palestinian independence.

"This domestic fighting where brother draws his weapon against brother is detrimental to all the aspirations of achieving security and stability for the Palestinian people," they said. "In the name of the one and only God as well as in the name of each devastated Palestinian, many of whom are still dying, we urge our brothers in the Fatah and Hamas movements to listen to the voice of reason, truth and wisdom."

One young woman told the Catholic News Service that she was concerned the Islamic extremists would "enforce a strict dress code, forcing women to wear veils and robes." One Christian teenager spoke to the Catholic News Service on the condition that her name not be used. She said the days of fighting had been "very difficult" but they were "OK now."

"We all hope it will be better, but it will never ever be good with Hamas," she said.

Approximately 2,500 Christians live in Gaza.

Sept 11th-Join Us at Ground Zero for Rally of Remembrance - YES to Freedom, NO to Ground Zero Mosque

Rally of Remembrance: No to Ground Zero Mosque September 11, 3pm
Park Place and West Broadway, Ground Zero

Dedicated to the men, women and children
who lost their lives; those brave people who gave their lives
And the Heroes who responded to the emergency
11 September 2001

7 Mg Powerpoint Presentation Here - Click on Link Above for the Powerful, Moving Presentation in honor of those who Died on 9/11/01 - Absolutely Beautiful Tribute to those who Died on 9/11/01
and Their Families

This is what we are responding to

Please join us on
September 11th at the FDI/SIOA Rally of Remembrance 3pm West Broadway and Park Place
Yes to Freedom, No to the Ground Zero Mosque

The human rights organization Freedom Defense Initiative (FDI) and Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) will be hosting a pro-freedom Rally of Remembrance against the Ground Zero mega-mosque on September 11 at 3pm at Park Place and West Broadway.

The confirmed list of speakers includes 9/11 family members, former U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton (video message); the Dutch Parliamentarian and freedom fighter Geert Wilders; journalist Andrew Breitbart (video message); war hero and North Carolina Congressional candidate Ilario Pantano; nationally syndicated conservative radio host Mike Gallagher; Nelly Braginskaya, 911 family member -- mother to Alex; Muslim Iranian activist Sam Khoshbaten; Coptic Christian activist Joseph Nassralla; Lisa Vincent, widow of author and journalist Steven Vincent, who was killed in Iraq; Sudanese ex-slave and human rights activist Simon Deng; Jordan Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice, which has filed suit to stop the Ground Zero mega-mosque; Dan Weber, founder of the Association of Mature American Citizens; James Lafferty, VAST; Professor Richard Connerney of Pace University (Pace lost 4 students and 43 alumni); New York Congressional candidate York Kleinhandler; Darla Dawald, National Director of ResistNet.com; and Satya Dosapati of Hindu Human Rights Watch.

The rally will begin with a brief memorial service for the victims of the 9/11 attacks, featuring prayers offered by a rabbi, a minister and a priest for the families of the victims and for the nation.

The acclaimed vocalist Sarah Lee Michaels will sing the National Anthem.

Hosting the rally are Pamela Geller, the popular blogger and columnist who publishes the acclaimed AtlasShrugs.com blog and executive director of FDI and SIOA; and SIOA associate director Robert Spencer, the bestselling author and director of JihadWatch.org. Geller is the author (with Spencer) of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America (foreword by Ambassador John Bolton), published by Simon & Schuster.

Responding to requests from a faction of 9/11 family members who asked her not to hold the rally on September 11, Geller said: "I would have canceled the rally, but due to the large number of family members who have contacted me and asked us to help them speak out for their loved ones and give them a voice to express their opinions, in all conscience I cannot postpone the rally."

Building the Ground Zero mosque is not an issue of religious freedom, but of resisting an effort to insult the victims of 9/11 and to establish a beachhead for political Islam and Islamic supremacism in New York. Ground Zero mosque imam Feisal Abdul Rauf is an open proponent of Sharia, Islamic law, a system that denies the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and the equality of rights of all people before the law. Given the thousands of triumphal mosques that have been built on the cherished sites of conquered peoples throughout Islamic history, the mosque leaders' claim that this mosque would be understood differently by Muslims worldwide lack foundation.

Free citizens are coming from all over the U.S. to attend the rally.

Join the largest Caravan in America coming cross-country to the 9/11 Rally.

Pamela reports cars, trucks and vans will be festooned with yellow ribbons, flags, flags and more flags as they drive across America to the 9/11 Day of Remembrance.

The Caravan Facebook page is here.

Keep an eye out for this car and all the others from the caravan as they head in to Lower Manhattan and join together at Ground Zero.

FDI/SIOA is one of America's foremost organizations defending human rights, religious liberty, and the freedom of speech against Islamic supremacist intimidation and attempts to bring elements of Sharia to the United States.
Join SIOA's Facebook page here.