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Archive for March 2016

The swift shift toward Totalitarianism

March 31, 2016

The shift is toward totalitarianism, and the populations have been (and are being) conditioned to accept, if not embrace, collectivist thought and socialism. A good example was a film called “the Mutant Chronicles,” in which there were four great super-states that were organized not as nations but as corporations, that made war with one another over resources. We see the blending of government and corporation today in virtually every facet of life, with the illusion of elections and the illusion of choice upheld to keep the population around the dullard state of consciousness.

What will save us from this? Will we be able to save ourselves from it? The more and more one watches freedoms disappearing by the day, the more one must wonder if there is a way to stem the tide. Orwell and Solzhenitsyn…visionary and historian…gave us blueprints to follow…checklists with which to use as frameworks of reference for what is befalling us daily. Someday it may be that the brief period of freedom enjoyed by the American people may be categorized as a “work of fiction” in a future that may not even allow anyone to read it.

Liberal Left and the Homophobes awful alliance

March 31, 2016

I have read about the paradoxical alliance between Islam and the left for years. I have even written about it — at some length, in fact, in my newest book Scarlet Letters. But it was only a few weeks go that I got to see up close the mechanisms that allow people who celebrate homosexuals to find common cause with those who, when the law allows, happily sever their heads.

Craigslist ad seeks agitators for dollars to protest at Trump rally

March 31, 2016

Beneath an image of a Bernie Sanders T-shirt, the ad, which was posted on Tuesday morning, reads, “Paid positions for protesters at the Trump rally.”
“Shuttle buses, parking, signs, and hourly pay available. $15 an hour due to economic inequality. Meet at 3300 W. Tripp Road, Jainesville, WI 53548 for pre-protest instructions and to get your time card.”
But is the ad genuine?
One respondent on Facebook noted that the meet-up location was 10 miles from the site of Trump’s event at the Jainesville Holiday Inn.
While that’s true, it’s still only a 16 minute drive, which is presumably why transportation was offered to bus the protesters to the rally.
The sight of protesters being paid right in front of Trump supporters would also be something that organizers would obviously be keen to avoid.
Google maps shows that the meet-up spot, 3300 W. Tripp Road, is a parking lot in a remote location.

Uni-Party Senator John McCain may lose his seat in Congress – VIDEO

March 31, 2016

All the political pundits agree that Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., faces the biggest challenge of his political career trying to get re-elected to a sixth term in the U.S. Senate.

In a year when Washington insiders and career politicians are running for cover, McCain figures to be dead meat, right?

Not so fast, say some.

He has one thing in his favor. Well, two things, actually.

Number one is name recognition. Approximately 99 percent of Arizonans are familiar with the name John McCain. That could cut both ways. But in the year of the “outsider,” it may hurt him as much as it helps him.

Lady Gaga out on the town for her 30th birthday

March 31, 2016

LADY GAGA appears to have recycled her Easter egg wrappers and made a dress.

The pop star, accompanied by fiancé TAYLOR KINNEY kissed goodbye to her twenties by hosting a birthday bash with a guest list that rivalled the Grammys.

Trump Party vs. The Uni-Party

March 30, 2016

The only question for Republicans is: Which candidate can win states that Mitt Romney lost?

Start with the fact that, before any vote is cast on Election Day, the Democrats have already won between 90 and 98 percent of the black vote and 60 to 75 percent of the Hispanic and Asian vote. Unless Republicans run the table on the white vote, they lose.

If there’s still hope, it lies with Trump and only Trump. Donald Trump will do better with black and Hispanic voters than any other Republican. But it’s with white voters that he really opens up the electoral map.

A Republican Party that wasn’t intent on committing suicide would know that. But Stuart Stevens, the guy who lost a winnable presidential election in 2012, says it’s impossible for Republicans to get one more white vote — and the media are trying to convince the GOP that he’s right.

‘Fast and Furious’ gun running still going on – VIDEO

March 30, 2016

An expert researcher investigating the ATF’s Operation Fast and Furious gun walking scandal has discovered the operation is ongoing and is likely serving as a conduit for a global gun ring.

Achalkolypse Now – Emory students traumatized by the horror – THE HORROR!

March 30, 2016

It wasn’t quite the Kent State Massacre, but you wouldn’t know it from the students’ anguished wails.
When they are disgorged like fetal cannonballs from the warm womb of modern college life, one would hope they quickly learn the meaning of real pain and suffering. I would like nothing more than to peer out my window one day and watch all these special snowflakes melt the moment they hit the ground.

Last Monday morning, students at Emory University here in Atlanta were emotionally triggered by messages scrawled in chalk throughout the campus. The messages were so horrifying and terrifying that by the afternoon a gaggle of 40 or so students stormed the Administration Building and began desperately chanting:

You are not listening! Come speak to us, we are in pain!…We have nothing to lose but our chains.

Southern Poverty Law Center – Loretta’s lynch mob?

March 30, 2016

Examples of non-violent groups on the SPLC’s hate map are the Center for Security Policy, the Family Research Council and even WorldNetDaily, the original name for WND.com.

The SPLC went so far as to label former presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson an “extremist” for his traditional views on marriage, but the group was forced to apologize after coming under severe national criticism.

The letter to the Judiciary Committee was signed by members of the Center for Security Policy and the Family Research Council.

The Center for Security Policy, or CSP, was founded by former Pentagon and Reagan administration official Frank Gaffney, who was recently named to the foreign policy team of GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz, along with his colleague Clare Lopez, an Iran expert and 20-year CIA veteran.

The SPLC called the CSP, ” a conspiracy-oriented mouthpiece for the growing anti-Muslim movement in the United States” for warning about the Islamic fundamentalist nature of CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood, and their growing influence on the Obama administration.

The Family Research Council, or FRC, is run by ordained minister and former Senate candidate Tony Perkins and Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William G. “Jerry” Boykin, former commander of the US Army’s Delta Force and Green Berets.

Oscar winner Patty Duke dead at 69

March 30, 2016

Patty Duke, who won a supporting actress Oscar playing Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker,” starred in 1960s sitcom “The Patty Duke Show” and served as president of SAG, died Tuesday. She was 69.

Her manager, Mitchell Stubbs, confirmed that she died early Tuesday of sepsis from a ruptured intestine. “She was a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a friend, a mental health advocate and a cultural icon. She will be greatly missed,” Stubbs said.