Sunday, September 17, 2017

Hillary, America's Miss Havisham

 "This week, the sorest loser since Dickens’ Miss Havisham in Great Expectations, Hillary Clinton, began peddling her latest book What Happened. (No question mark at the end because it’s didactic, not really an inquiry. She knows the answer and she’s going to instruct us out of her infinite wisdom and years-long expertise, including two such losses.)"


[American Thinker]




[Washington Free Beacon/You Tube]


'Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed,
there are many rewards;
if you disgrace yourself,
you can always write a book.'
- Ronald Reagan
 



Friday, September 8, 2017

Trump was right again about voter fraud, this time from New Hampshire


" President Trump has revived unproven voter fraud allegations, telling a group of senators in a private meeting Thursday that he lost New Hampshire last November because thousands of Massachusetts residents were bused to the neighboring state to cast ballots against him.

More than 6,500 people registered to vote in New Hampshire on Nov. 8 using out-of-state driver’s licenses, and since then the vast majority have neither obtained an in-state license nor registered a motor vehicle.

Conservatives say the state’s same-day registration is an invitation for fraud because of loose proof-of-residence rules."

[American Thinker]

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Clinton Foundation Faces International Criminal Investigations


 "Charles Ortel, the noted Wall Street financial analyst who has charged the Clintons with running the Clinton Foundation as a vast international criminal conspiracy, has produced new research, suggesting the Clintons could face the possibility of international investigations over their administration of UNITAID funds."

[INFOWARS]

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Proceeds from 'Hurricane Relief Fund' will go to labor organizing


"Big Labor is looking to exploit the devastation of Hurricane Harvey to raise money for its organizing efforts in Texas.

The Texas Organizing Project Education Fund, a labor-affiliated group looking to make inroads in right-to-work Texas, launched the Hurricane Harvey Community Relief Fund in the wake of the flooding that has devastated the Houston area. The donation page says the fund will "move the material aid the most vulnerable hit by Harvey," but that "material" goes beyond standard humanitarian aid. Donations, the page says, will help the SEIU-funded group organize workers."

[Washington Free Beacon]

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Tell It to the Marines: SJWs are Inimical to Real Warfighting


 "Everything in the military should be directed to its purpose: winning wars while being sparing of American lives. As Patton said, making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country. The focus should be on lethality, and strategic, operational, and tactical prowess. All other considerations are beyond secondary, because it is a matter of life and death, not to mention national security.

Notably, Mattis has ordered a review of the “requirements for mandatory force training that does not directly support core tasks” – the many hours soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines spend prior to deployment meeting the Pentagon-required tasks that sometimes have little to do with the role they will actually fulfill when deployed.
“I want to verify that our military policies also support and enhance warfighting readiness and force lethality,” Mattis said."
 [Streetwise Professor]

Sunday, August 20, 2017

No, Trump Did Not Call neo-Nazis and White Nationalists “Very Fine People”




"During a press conference Tuesday President Trump once again commented on the violence in Charlottesville. Naturally, his remarks were instantly mis-characterized to portray Trump as condoning the very neo-Nazis and white supremacists he condemned in a brief speech Monday.

In no time, the political media set began virtue signalling based on inaccurate summations of what Trump said. Heaven forbid media actually listen to or watch the words on which they comment.

This rush to blame without proper knowledge has become a common occurance [sic] thanks to summaries like this one. Apparently, taking two minutes to watch the included video is too arduous a task:

This rush to blame without proper knowledge has become a common occurance thanks to summaries like this one. Apparently, taking two minutes to watch the included video is too arduous a task: [see article for short version]

[Legal Insurrection]

Watch the COMPLETE meeting with the press and come to your own judgement:

President Donald Trump Full Press Conference 8/15/17

[youtube - WH.gov] 


Saturday, August 19, 2017

Black Americans: The Organized Left's Expendable Shock Troops 


" Black Americans are, for the most part, a tribe. Some will take offense to that opinion, but if we consider the specifics of our existence as Americans since the practice of enslaving imported Africans became widespread in this hemisphere, we see that there is nothing else that we can be called."

[baldilocks]


The media attack Trump no matter what he says or does



"President Trump came out last Saturday and decried racism, violence and bigotry on all sides in the wake of the violence of Charlottesville. Somehow, that was bad. Reporters, including those at my hometown paper, the Springfield, Ill. State Journal-Register, act as though believe that the violent, extreme far left group “Antifa" must never be mentioned at all. That's because they wouldn't want the public to learn who they are.

Then on Monday, President Trump specifically said that the KKK and Neo-Nazis were terrible, and that still wasn’t good enough for a lot of the reporters because he was still getting trashed continuously.

On Tuesday, he again repeated that racists, bigots and violent protesters caused the problems in Charlottesville, and from the response I saw, it would be impossible not to think that this was a false statement, and that Trump was the devil. 

Problem is, they're going to go after him no matter what he says or does. He throws them what they want and it just doesn't matter."

[American Thinker]

Friday, August 18, 2017

Who are the Workers World Party, the group who helped organize the Durham Confederate statue toppling

Recently, you've heard ABC11 [Raleigh-Durham,NC] reporting that members of the Workers World Party (WWP) are being accused of destroying a Confederate statue in Durham. But what exactly is the WWP?



It's a communist party that was founded in 1959 by a group led by Sam Marcy of the Socialist Workers Party. 

The party is active in the Black Lives Matter movement and supports the struggles of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community.

The group says they're "dedicated to organizing and fighting for a socialist revolution in the United States and around the world."

The group said it destroyed the statue hoping to "take down white supremacy."

"The people decided to take matters into our own hands and remove the statue," said Takiyah Thompson, a member of Workers World Party and student at N.C. Central University, who climbed to the top of the statue to tie a rope around its neck before the crowd tore it down. "We are tired of waiting on politicians who could have voted to remove the white supremacist statues years ago, but they failed to act. So we acted."
 [ABC 11]

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Who toppled that statue in Durham?


 "According to local reporting from North Carolina, members of the Workers World Party (WWP) toppled the memorial to Confederate soldiers in Durham. The group said it destroyed the statue hoping to “take down white supremacy.”

But what is the WWP? It is a communist party that was founded in 1959. Apparently, it split off from the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) because it thought the SWP didn’t sufficiently support Mao’s China and was wrong to condemn the Soviet invasion of Hungary. In other words, the SWP wasn’t viciously totalitarian enough to suit the WWP. Today, the WWP says it’s “dedicated to organizing and fighting for a socialist revolution in the United States and around the world.”

It’s a standard tactic — one with which I’m personally familiar. As a student radical in the late 1960s and early 1970s, we always tried to exploit opposition to the Vietnam War as a means of attracting support for our radicalism. We would advertise our rallies as anti-war, but use them to preach anti-capitalism, in addition to the anti-war message. We considered opposition to the war as the gateway to overarching radicalism."

[Power Line]

Take Down the Statues of Robert Byrd

"Notice that no one has demanded that statues of former senator and KKK icon Robert Byrd be removed, statues honoring the hard-core former white nationalist whom Hillary Clinton once called her friend and mentor, including one prominently displayed in the West Virginia state capitol:"
 
[American Thinker]