Al Sharpton Comes Up with a Big Government ‘Solution’ to the Baltimore Riots – And It’s a Real Doozy

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Al Capone Owed the IRS $250,000 and was sentenced to prison where he died before being released….PapaMikeT

An investigation by The New York Times found that Rev. Al Sharpton owes more than $4.5 million in current state and federal taxes. Al Sharpton has owed more than $4,000,000….that’s MILLIONS! and he has NEVER spent ONE night in prison, BUT he has spent many nights in the Obama White House!!….

The figure includes taxes from Sharpton’s personal income as well as from his for-profit company, Raw Talent and Revals Communications. Sharpton apparently owes more than $3 million in personal federal tax liens and $777,657 in state tax liens. Raw Talent and Revals Communications, meanwhile, owe another $717,329 in state and federal tax liens.

Sharpton’s non-profit company, the National Action Network, has apparently underpaid the government federal taxes as well. The National Action Network’s tax liability increased from $900,000 in 2003 to almost $1.9 million in 2006. Meghan DeMaria

YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

In an interview with the Baltimore Sun, Al Sharpton suggested a controversial measure to help restore justice between police and the community.

Sharpton said:

“We need the Justice Department to step in and take over policing in this country. In the 20th century…we’re going to have to fight states’ rights in terms of closing down police cases. Police must be held accountable.

I don’t think all police are bad. I don’t even think even think most are bad. But those who are need to be held accountable.”
One Twitter user put it like this:


We spoke to Chip Pierce, who is a former Certified Law Enforcement officer that worked in the Commonwealth of Virginia from 1998 till 1996 about Sharpton’s idea. Here’s what he had to say:

To specifically address the statement is that it is NOT constitutional. Every State Constitution makes the Sheriff the highest ranking LE officer in each county. That is because they are an elected official. So technically the Sheriff has more authority than the FBI or any other LE agency.

Second, Federal Agents can NOT enforce state or local law, only federal law. Therefore every law would also have to be passed at the federal level. It could never work.
Then, Pierce explained how countries that have federalized their police still use local law enforcement:

Even in Countries that have Federal Police forces like Canada and Mexico they still have local constables or police or sheriffs to handle the day to day things like domestics and court security and local violations.
Based on Pierce’s comments, Sharpton’s proposal isn’t practical or even legal.

SOURCE: IJReviev

BREAKING: ISIS Executes 600 Yazidi Hostages in Tal Afar

Where the hell is Obama while the slaughter continues from “The Butchers Of ISIS”….These barbarians are becoming worst than HITLER. ..If there ever was a time to “NUKE” these murdering bastards NOW IS THE TIME…..If he had just left enough Marines and equipment in Iraq like ALL the Generals wanted to do before pulling out, NONE OF THIS WOULD BE HAPENING!!….ISIS wild be unheard of…..Hussein Obama can NOT stand by and do NOTHING any more. Not ONE BOOT needs to be put on the ground! Look what Harry Truman did to Hiroshima, and Nagasaki Japan. With just two bombs he ended World War ll…………………PapaMikeT

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by Jim Hoft With The Gateway Pundit on Saturday, May 2, 2015


ISIS reportedly slaughtered 600-700 Yazidi prisoners in the Tal Afar region of northern Iraq.

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The hostages were reportedly lined up and shot dead in a ditch on Al-Ayyadiya highway.
Aranews reported, via Religion of Peace:

On Friday the so-called Sharia Court of the Islamic State group (IS/ISIS) reportedly executed 600 hostages from the Yezidi community of Shingal (Sinjar) in the Talafar district in northern Iraq.

The group piled the bodies into the well of Alo Antar on al-Ayyadiya highway, local sources reported.

Shahin Shingali, a fighter in the ranks of the Peshmerga forces, stated to ARA News that since Friday the IS radicals transferred nearly 700 Yezidi hostages to Talafar.

“Without a direct intervention by the international community, Iraq will be witnessing more genocides against innocent people at the hands of the IS terrorists,” Shingali said.

Aseel al-Nujaifi, governor of Nineveh province in Iraq, confirmed on Friday that the IS terrorists executed hundreds of Yezidi captives.

“A new crime was committed by Daesh (Islamic State) against our Yezidi people on Friday,” al-Nujaifi said in a statement.

Where is Barack Obama as this genocide continues?

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Blonde Joke

 

A blonde pushes her BMW into a gas station. She tells the mechanic it died.

After he works on it for a few minutes, it is idling smoothly.

She says, “What’s the story?”

He replies, “Just crap in the carburetor.”

She asks, “How often do I have to do that?”

Great: Experts Predict Robots Will Take Over 30% Of Our Jobs By 2025…

 

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As if the jobs picture didn’t look cloudy already…

Via Business Insider:

There’s a BakeBot robot whipping up fresh cookies at MIT; hospitals are now employing medical robots to assist their doctors; and a robot named Baxter can beat any human at the popular logic game Connect Four, among many other tasks.

“Historically what we thought was that robots would do things that were the three D’s: dangerous, dirty, and dull,” explains Ryan Calo, professor at University of Washington School of Law with an expertise in robotics. “Over time, the range of things that robots can do has extended.”

Their abilities will only continue to expand. Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, anticipates that by 2029 robots will have reached human levels of intelligence.

Many people fear a jobless future — and their anxiety is not unwarranted: Gartner, an information technology research and advisory firm, predicts that one-third of jobs will be replaced by software, robots, and smart machines by 2025.

Artificial intelligence and robots are not just challenging blue-collar jobs; they are starting to take over white-collar professions as well. Financial and sports reporters, online marketers, surgeons, anesthesiologists, and financial analysts are already in danger of being replaced by robots.

While one camp of experts predict that several unlucky Americans will be pushed out of work in the near future, others argue that this increase in computing prowess will simply eliminate old jobs and introduce new ones, resulting in a net-zero effect — or even an increase in jobs. New technology means new products and services, they argue, as we saw during the Industrial Revolution.

Experts are calling this movement the “Second Machine Age,” as it is comparable to what we saw 200 years ago with the invention of the steam engine and the machine age that ensued.

SOURCE:Weasel Zippers

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Don’t Ever Screw With The Sergeant Major


A young Army officer was severely wounded in the head by a grenade, but the only visible, permanent injury was that both of his ears were amputated.

Since his remaining hearing was sufficient, he stayed in the Army.

Many years later he eventually rose to the rank of Major General. He was, however, very sensitive about his appearance. One day the General was interviewing three servicemen who were candidates for his headquarters staff.

The first was a Captain, a tactical helicopter pilot, and it was a great interview. At the end of the interview the General asked him, “Do you notice anything different about me?”

The young officer answered, “Why, yes, Sir, I couldn’t help but notice that you have no ears.”

The general was displeased with his lack of tact and threw him out.

The second interview was with a Navy Lieutenant, and he was even better. The General then asked him the same question, “Do you notice anything different about me?”

He replied sheepishly, “Well, sir, you have no ears.” The General threw him out also.

The third interview was with an old Sergeant Major, an Infantryman and staff-trained NCO. He was smart, articulate, fit, looked sharp, and seemed to know more than the two officers combined.

The General liked this guy, and went ahead with the same question, “Do you notice anything different about me?” To his surprise the Sergeant Major said, “Yes, sir, you wear contact lenses.”

The General was very impressed and thought, “What an incredibly observant NCO, and he didn’t mention my ears.” He asked, “Sergeant Major, how did you know I wear contacts?”

“Well, sir,” the soldier replied, “it’s pretty hard to wear glasses with no fucking ears”.
-Mr Orsm