Thursday, January 9, 2014


Obama Tightens His Grip:

 Prevent "Dangerous" People 

From Owning Guns




The White House
Office of the Press Secretary

FACT SHEET: Strengthening the Federal Background Check System to Keep Guns out of Potentially Dangerous Hands

Today, the Administration is announcing two new executive actions that will help strengthen the federal background check system and keep guns out of the wrong hands.  The Department of Justice (DOJ) is proposing a regulation to clarify who is prohibited from possessing a firearm under federal law for reasons related to mental health, and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is issuing a proposed regulation to address barriers preventing states from submitting limited information on those persons to the federal background check system.
Too many Americans have been severely injured or lost their lives as a result of gun violence.  While the vast majority of Americans who experience a mental illness are not violent, in some cases when persons with a mental illness do not receive the treatment they need, the result can be tragedies such as homicide or suicide. 
The Administration takes a comprehensive approach to mental health issues by expanding coverage of mental health services so care is affordable, launching a national conversation on mental health to reduce stigma associated with having a mental illness and getting help, directing funds we have now to improve mental health facilities, and proposing more funds be used for efforts such as training additional mental health professionals.
At the same time, the Administration is committed to making sure that anyone who may pose a danger to themselves or others does not have access to a gun.  The federal background check system is the most effective way to assure that such individuals are not able to purchase a firearm from a licensed gun dealer.  To date, background checks have prevented over two million guns from falling into the wrong hands. 
The Administration’s two new executive actions will help ensure that better and more reliable information makes its way into the background check system.  The Administration also continues to call on Congress to pass common-sense gun safety legislation and to expand funding to increase access to mental health services.
Progress to Strengthen the Federal Background Check System
Over the past year, the Administration has taken several steps to strengthen the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), which is used to run background checks on those who buy guns from federally licensed gun dealers to make sure they are not prohibited by law from owning a firearm.  For example:
  • The President directed federal agencies to make all relevant records, including criminal history records and information related to persons prohibited from having guns for mental health reasons, available to the federal background check system.  This effort is beginning to bear fruit.  In the first nine months after the President’s directive, federal agencies have made available to the NICS over 1.2 million additional records identifying persons prohibited from possessing firearms, nearly a 23% increase from the number of records federal agencies had made available by the end of January.  
  • The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives published a letter to federally licensed gun dealers providing guidance on how to run background checks for private sellers. 
  • States are one of the key sources of data on persons prohibited from having guns, including felons and those prohibited for mental health reasons.  That’s why the President took action to invest an additional $20 million this year to improve incentives for states to share this information with the federal background check system.  In September 2013, DOJ awarded $27.5 million to 42 states and one territory to strengthen the firearms background check system by improving their abilities to share information with the NICS.  In addition, the Administration is proposing $50 million for this purpose in FY2014, and Congress should act to provide these critical resources. 
Two New Actions to Further Strengthen the Federal Background Check System
Some states have reported that certain barriers under current law make it difficult for them to identify and submit appropriate information to the federal background check system regarding individuals prohibited under federal law from having a gun for mental health reasons.  Today, DOJ and HHS are taking steps that will help address these barriers.
  • Some states have noted that the terminology used by federal law to prohibit people from purchasing a firearm for certain mental health reasons is ambiguous.  Today, DOJ is issuing a proposed rule to make several clarifications.  For example, DOJ is proposing to clarify that the statutory term “committed to a mental institution” includes involuntary inpatient as well as outpatient commitments. In addition to providing general guidance on federal law, these clarifications will help states determine what information should be made accessible to the federal background check system, which will, in turn, strengthen the system’s reliability and effectiveness. 
  • Some states have also said that the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s (HIPAA) privacy provisions may be preventing them from making relevant information available to the background check system regarding individuals prohibited from purchasing a firearm for mental health reasons.  In April 2013, HHS began to identify the scope and extent of the problem, and based on public comments is now issuing a proposed rule to eliminate this barrier by giving certain HIPAA covered entities an express permission to submit to the background check system the limited information necessary to help keep guns out of potentially dangerous hands.  The proposed rule will not change the fact that seeking help for mental health problems or getting treatment does not make someone legally prohibited from having a firearm.  Furthermore, nothing in the proposed rule would require reporting on general mental health visits or other routine mental health care, or would exempt providers solely performing these treatment services from existing privacy rules. 
Calling on Congress to Act
  • While the President and the Vice President continue to do everything they can to reduce gun violence, Congress must also act.  Passing common-sense gun safety legislation – including expanding background checks and making gun trafficking a federal crime – remains the most important step we can take to reduce gun violence.  The vast majority of Americans support these critical measures, which would protect our children and our communities without infringing on anyone’s Second Amendment rights. 
In addition, the President’s FY 2014 Budget proposes a new $130 million initiative to address several barriers that may prevent people – especially youth and young adults – from getting help for mental health problems.  The President and the Vice President continue to call on Congress to appropriate funds for these important purposes.

Obama Gun Control Scheming Sparked Record Firearm Sales: 


 "According to analysts, the primary cause for the unprecedented surge in purchases has been — somewhat ironically, perhaps — the unconstitutional gun-control machinations and decrees coming from the Obama administration and its allies. More than a few firearms dealers and commentators have even started referring to Obama, who has been seeking to restrict the gun rights of Americans, as the “best gun salesman in history.”"


Calif. Teacher Trashes Jesus

A school teacher told a first grader that “Jesus is not allowed in school” while tearing off messages reciting a religious legend that the student attached to candy canes he brought for his class, a non-profit group claims.

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While Isaiah Martinez was giving Christmas candy canes to classmates, his first grade teacher, Valerie Lu, under orders by her supervisor, Gordon Pfitzer of Merced Elementary School, grabbed the gifts and ripped off the tags that Isaiah and his sister made telling a story of Jesus Christ.  The West Covina Unified School District responded that the teacher was simply maintaining "religious neutrality," by saying "Jesus is not allowed in school."
"The actions of the school district were hostile and intimidating to Isaiah."
-- Robert Tyler, general counsel for Advocates for Faith & Freedom


Published on Jan 7, 2014
by: Jan. 7, 2014 9:00am Billy Hallowell
A first-grade teacher in California told a student that "Jesus is not allowed in school" before removing a religious story the child affixed to candy canes in celebration of Christmas last month, a non-profit legal firm claims.
The incident reportedly unfolded on Dec. 13, when 6-year-old Isaiah Martinez brought gifts for his peers to Merced Elementary School in West Covina, Calif.
According to a press release distributed by Advocates for Faith & Freedom, the firm handling the case, "Each gift consisted of a traditional candy cane with a message attached that recited the legend of the candy cane. The legend references a candy maker who created the candy cane to symbolize the life of Jesus Christ."
And that's where the controversy comes in. See more below:

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Government, Media Cover Up 

Fukushima Radiation Wave Hitting US

As radiation levels spike and mutated wildlife washes ashore, government and media promote delusion.



Retired Military Scientist Exposes Fukushima Cover-Up:

Fukushima Dangers on The Rise:

West Coast Radiation Alert!:

Dying Sea Life May Point to Fukushima 

Instead of Global Warming:

Published on Jan 7, 2014

A report from the National Academy of Sciences made the observation that the percentage of the ocean floor covered by decomposing organisms had increased from 1% coverage to 98% coverage — the highest in the 24 years they had been observing. They tried to correlate the findings to global warming. However, since data for the past 17 years shows no global warming despite a record increase in CO2, global warming is not the cause of the observed increase.

Climate alarmists tried to "debunk" our report by saying that the dramatic increase in dead organisms was only a local observation at one station. If that were true, then why would it argue for GLOBAL warming as the NAS paper concludes? Actually the report said

"The major increase in activity of deep-sea life in 2011 and 2012 WEREN'T LIMITED to Station M, though: Other ocean-research stations REPORTED SIMILAR DATA." [emphasis mine]

Finally, the spike in dead salps ocurred in a timeframe that correlates well with the Fukushima event, there was no climate event that could correlate to the increase. 

Radiation 10X The Normal Level in California:

Reporters Confirm Over 1,200% Higher Than Normal Radiation Levels At CA Beach Near San Francisco, California:

Published on Jan 8, 2014

Read More Here: has send a group of reporters armed with geiger counters to the Pacific coast to do what the government and MSM should be doing.
Following reports of abnormally high radiation readings on a beach in San Francisco, experts have discovered radiation hot spots measuring 1,400 per cent above normal background levels, although they are keen to stress there is no link to Fukushima.

High Radiation Levels Confirmed At Half Moon Bay, California:

Published on Jan 8, 2014
Radiation hot spots are popping up around the United States thousands of percentages higher than 'background radiation', mutated wildlife is being found dead on the same West Coast beaches where increased radiation levels have been documented by independent researchers and the Fukushima TEPCO plant workers have been caught using duct tape to fix their nuclear equipment. But according to both the Japanese and United States governments, these events mean absolutely nothing.
In fact, you must be a conspiracy theorist if you fail to believe the official story that it was likely red-painted utensils that led to a spike in documented radiation levels along the California coast (yes, the government actually offered this up as an official answer). And you must absolutely be a conspiracy theorist if you have the gall to actually look back to late 2011, when researchers presented their findings regarding the impending wave of Fukushima radiation that was already being recorded within the country.

Never Before Seen Conjoined 

Gray Whale Calves Discovered 

Off West Coast: