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If you support our national security issues, you may love and appreciate the United States of America, our Constitution with its’ freedoms, and our American flag.

If you support and practice our fiscal issues, you may value worldly possessions.

If you support and value our social issues, you may love Judeo-Christian values.

If you support and practice all these values, that is all good; an insignia of “Wisdom” . - Oscar Y. Harward

Monday, April 23, 2012

"If I wanted America to fail"

Has the radical left-wing Progressives, Socialists, Communists, and/or Democrats laid a direct route for America to fail? – Oscar Y. Harward



Friday, April 20, 2012

Union County, NC government officials must “repeal” their own “expanded, illegal, and improper” government interventions

From my gravest concern of Union County’s government’s “expanded, illegal, and improper” government intervention against farmers, my simple question then and today remains, “What NC General Statute(s) ‘empowers’ Union County’s government to ‘supersede’ NCGS Agricultural legislation?” 

No legal answer has been tendered.  One proposal has been offered to me that, if I properly recall, is “we have got to control farming.”  Additionally, what law(s) have the affected farmer(s) violated that allows Union County, NC government and others to illegally rule on this issue?  Who, what, when, and why was this legal authority on Union County’s acts based on?

Has Union County’s liability insurance carrier, based on this case and perhaps, other issues, submitted a “Reservation of Rights Letter” to Union County; a decision that will exclude Union County’s insurance carrier from financial responsibility on this issue?  This may leave the taxpayers, themselves, responsible for Union County, NC government’s “expanded, illegal, and improper” government intervention against farmers should the farmers win in a court of law.

Many elected government officials view and exercise “their excessive authority” as a ladder for the next election or to a higher step so as to have a highway, bridge, building, or some other project to be named in their honor when in fact, the government officials may have erroneously, inefficiently, and or even carelessly spent (y)our tax dollars and/or “invalidly managed and or governed” to reach the top rung.

Government elected and appointed official(s) could better serve “we, the people” by stepping aside with their “self-serving developments”; allowing unrestricted freedoms and unrestrained peoples’ rights.  Each must follow the law as legislated!

It must be the responsibility of elected Union County’s government officials to “constrain themselves” and “repeal” their own “make up laws(?)” of “expanded, illegal, and improper” government intervention.  Just follow the law!

Oscar Y. Harward

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Cap & Trade

Can it return? - Oscar Y. Harward

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Agenda - Grinding America Down (Full Length)

Is Americans realization the termination of a government founded on “Constitutional freedoms” based on “Judeo-Christian values” as established by our Founding Fathers? 

When I went into US Army Basic Training, one of the first lessons was to protect our Constitution, our American flag, and all of the freedoms within. 

A “critical error” was made in Constitutional law when in 1963, SCOTUS “removed the reading of our Holy Bible in public schools”.  Look how damaging that decision has led our “out-of-control” lawless government/citizens to do. 

Anothercritical error” by SCOTUS was made in Constitutional law by finding that the “burning of (y)our American flag” was “free speech”. 

A majority of the left-wing Medias have become a “cancer” as they push a radical agenda within our society and rather than reporting the “truths”, they damage our Constitutional freedoms hiding behind the First Amendment.

Judge Roy Moore and all Christians were right in his effort to maintain the “Ten Commandments” in the Alabama Courthouse.  The “Ten Commandments”, not “ten suggestions”, in our Holy Bible have been handed from God to Moses and on down to all of us.  Today, you can view “Moses” and the “Ten Commandments” as engraved on the US Supreme Court building. 

Today, Americans themselves are allowing and/or assisting the destruction of Judeo-Christian values that leads us to the destruction of our Constitutional freedoms.  It appears a majority of the Democrat Party leaders on Capitol Hill support this destruction. - Oscar Y. Harward

2012 NRA Celebration of American Values Leadership Forum - Newt Gingrich

Friday, April 13, 2012

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Dispute over cross casts light on four fallen Marines

Are Americans themselves allowing or, perhaps, assisting the destruction of Judeo-Christian values?  It appears a majority of the Democrat Party leaders on Capitol Hill support this destruction. - Oscar Y. Harward


The controversial hilltop memorial at Camp Pendleton honors two enlisted men and two officers, three of whom helped erect a cross there in 2003 before going to Iraq.

January 03, 2012|By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times

Scott Radetski, 49, a retired Navy chaplain; Sgt. Josue Magana, 32; and… (Rick Loomis, Los Angeles Times)

Reporting from San Diego — In the early days of the U.S. battle with the Sunni insurgency in Iraq, the four Marines from Camp Pendleton were among those troops on the front lines in Anbar province.

The two enlisted Marines would not survive those violent days in the spring of 2004: one was killed by "friendly fire" when a mortar round went awry and one was mortally wounded while hurling a grenade to repel an enemy assault, bravery for which he was posthumously awarded the Silver Star.

The two officers survived, only later to be killed in other battles in other parts of the country: one by gunfire while leading a raid in Baghdad to kill or capture a "high-value" target in 2007 and one by stepping on a buried bomb while scouting an attack position near the Syrian border in 2005.

Now the four — Lance Cpls. Robert Zurheide and Aaron Austin, and Majs. Douglas Zembiec and Ray Mendoza — are the focal point of a legal dispute about how best to honor their service and sacrifice, and that of other U.S. military personnel killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

On Veterans Day, a retired Navy chaplain — who served with Zurheide, Austin, Zembiec and Mendoza with the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment — led a small group of Marines and family members up a steep, rugged hill at Camp Pendleton to plant a 13-foot tall cross in their memory. No one informed the chain of command or asked for permission.

Zurheide, Zembiec and Mendoza had been among those Marines who planted a cross in the same spot in 2003 before the battalion deployed to Iraq.

In the years after the deaths, Marine "grunts'' adopted the hill as a place to leave messages in remembrance of those killed in action, including coins, medals, dog tags, and bits of sand and dirt brought back from distant battlefields.

The cross was destroyed by a brush fire in 2007. A replacement was raised in 2008, without news coverage. When a second cross was erected on Veterans Day, a story in The Times told of the cross and its meaning to Marines.

Within days, two groups petitioned the Marine Corps to take down the crosses as a violation of the constitutional separation of church and state. Two other groups took the opposite stance.

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine), who served with the battalion in Fallouja, urged the Marines to leave the cross alone. The American Civil Liberties Union, although not directly involved in the dispute, said it hopes the Marines will "follow the law."

"The legal test is whether from the perspective of a reasonable observer this would be perceived as government endorsement of religion,'' said Erwin Chemerinsky, founding dean of the law school at UC Irvine and a constitutional scholar.

The cross, Chemerinsky noted, is an inherently Christian symbol. But an argument could be made that because the cross is not visible to the public and that the only people who see it are Marines, it does not serve a religious purpose but rather a reminder to Marines of those who have fallen in combat, he said.

"My own sense is that a cross by itself on a military base violates" the Constitution, Chemerinsky said. "But whether a court will see it that way is uncertain."

The colonel in charge of Camp Pendleton has sent an undisclosed recommendation about the cross to Marine Corps headquarters, where the issue is being studied by lawyers and generals. A decision is expected within weeks.

So who were these four Marines and why, years after their deaths, do Marines feel it important that they be remembered?

Austin, 21, had joined the Marine Corps after graduating from high school in rural Texas. He loved parties and football but quit the team in solidarity when his cousin had a run-in with the coach.

Two days before he was killed in a firefight, Austin told The Times: "There's no place I'd rather be than here with my Marines. I'll always remember this time."

When Marines from the battalion were attacked from three sides, Austin helped rescue the wounded and led the Marines to place a heavy machine gun on a rooftop.

Wounded several times by AK-47 fire, he refused to be evacuated and instead moved into the open to throw a grenade as the enemy surged within 20 meters.

"Of all the Marines in Two-One, it's Austin who brings tears to my eyes when I think of him," said Lt. Col. Brandon McGowan, who was the executive officer. "He wasn't even a squad leader but his incredible bravery in getting that machine gun up there and rallying the other troops, I'm sure saved the entire platoon."

Zembiec, a company commander, received the Bronze Star for bravery during the same fight in Fallouja. At one point he jumped on top of a tank, braving enemy fire to direct his Marines.

After Fallouja, the Naval Academy graduate deployed to Afghanistan and, after a restive tour at the Pentagon, returned to Iraq. He was 34 when he was killed.

"He radiated that fearlessness; that 'I can accomplish anything, anytime, you don't have to ask twice,' " said Master Sgt. Kenneth Cadena, who served with Zembiec in Kosovo. "That hill represents more than a cross, it represents the guts to accomplish something, like Zembiec did."

Then-Defense Secretary Robert Gates, normally a stoic presence, was near tears when he remembered Zembiec during a speech as "an unabashed and unashamed warrior."

Zurheide, 20, of Tucson, had served in the 2003 assault on Baghdad. When he redeployed in 2004, he had a premonition that he would not survive, although he never shared that fear with other Marines.

As insurgents sought one night to encircle the Marine position, Zurheide was killed by a Marine mortar that had been "dialed-in" to the wrong position.

After his death, other Marines "fought even harder and with the heavy heart of the memory of Zurheide in our thoughts," said Sgt. Major William Skiles, who was a company first sergeant with the battalion. "He had carried pride and honor with him as he went into battle."

Two weeks after his death, his widow, Elena, gave birth to their only child, Robbie Jr. Elena Zurheide and Mendoza's widow, Karen, were among the group that pulled the cross up the hill on Veterans Day.

Mendoza, 37, had just taken over command of a battalion rifle company when he was killed. He was leading his Marines in looking for a spot to attack the enemy near Al Qaim when he stepped on a buried bomb.

At 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds, Mendoza had been a champion wrestler at Ohio State. In his last conversation with his wife from Iraq, he asked her to visit the injured Marines in the hospital at Camp Pendleton.

"He was a big, tough guy who was not going to let anything happen to anyone if he had anything to do about it," said Lt. Col. Joseph Clearfield, who was operations officer for the battalion in Fallouja. "The world was a better place with him in it."

After Mendoza's funeral in Oceanside, Marines at Camp Pendleton organized a three-mile "motivational hump" in his honor up a steep, rugged hill with a cross at the top.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Arpaio: GOP candidates 'hiding' from eligibility

'I've talked to every one of them; I don't see anybody talking about this'
Drew Zahn is a former pastor who cut his editing teeth as a member of the award-winning staff of Leadership, Christianity Today's professional journal for church leaders. He is the editor of seven books, including Movie-Based Illustrations for Preaching & Teaching, which sparked his ongoing love affair with film and his weekly WND column, "Popcorn and a (world)view.

Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio told a radio host today he’s met with Republicans – including every one of the GOP presidential candidates – and has come to the conclusion they’re as guilty as Democrats of “hiding” questions about Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president.

As WND reported, Arpaio and his Cold Case Posse conducted an extensive examination of documents released by the White House last April purported to be Obama’s original, long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration card, only to conclude there is probable cause the documents are actually forgeries.
Yet despite his findings, Arpaio told “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on New York’s WABC Radio that media and politicians alike are afraid to touch the issue.
“Why didn’t someone investigate this? I mean, where is everybody?” Arpaio asked Klein. “How come the federal agencies aren’t investigating? We’re dealing with federal issues here. So everybody’s hiding, and they’re still hiding.”
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Klein told the sheriff he had hired his own forensic experts to analyze Obama’s purported birth certificate, but Arpaio insisted his posse’s examination went even further.
“This takes it to a different level, because we are a law enforcement agency,” said Arpaio, “it gives it a little different type of credibility.”
The sheriff also preempted charges of politics affecting his investigation, explaining he had told lead investigator Mike Zullo to debunk the “birther” claims about Obama’s documents.
“My instructions were this: ‘I want you to clear the president. I want to get to the bottom of this and get it off the table forever,’” Arpaio told Klein. “Didn’t happen that way.”
Instead, Zullo and the Cold Case Posse only confirmed lingering questions about Obama’s documents.
Klein asked Arpaio if he’d heard from Republicans since the announcement of the investigation’s findings.
“I haven’t heard from any,” Arpaio said, “especially the congressional delegation from Arizona.”
But that doesn’t mean he hasn’t tried to get Republicans to recognize the issue.
“I’ve had presidential candidates visit me in my office. I’ve talked to every one of them,” Arpaio said. “I don’t see anybody talking about this. I don’t see any senators talking about it. … How come everybody’s hiding this?”
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“Maybe with your help and other media outlets,” Arpaio told Klein, “maybe the public will start becoming angry at this and insist that there be a congressional inquiry and that something be done about it and not just a little ol’ sheriff of Maricopa County.”
Read the preliminary findings of Sheriff Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse investigation after six months investigating Obama’s constitutional eligibility to serve as president in “A Question of Eligibility,” co-authored by Jerome Corsi and Mike Zullo.