Wednesday, March 30, 2016

It’s Only Trump

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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.

More @ Breitbart

Judge rips felon: 'Black lives don't matter to black people with guns': Harlem gang member convicted of attempted murder

Via Billy

 Tareek Arnold (Photo: WCBS-2 New York screenshot)

A New York judge had a message for Harlem as he sentenced a gang member to 24 to 26 years in prison for attempted murder: “Black lives don’t matter to black people with guns.”

Justice Edward McLaughlin excoriated Tareek Arnold, 24, of a gang called Forty Wolves before the convicted felon was led from Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday. Arnold shot victim Jamal McCaskill, 39, four times on June 8, 2015, and then prompted a one-month manhunt when he escaped from custody.

“Do not ask a judge in this room, in this building, or in this system to somehow make amends for the people who commit violent acts and who by their violent acts wind up leaving people orphaned, abandoned, fatherless, etc,” McLaughlin said to defense attorney Mark Jankowitz after a 10-year minimum sentence was requested.

More @ WND

Report: Clinton to be Questioned Soon by FBI Over Private Server

Via Billy
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Hillary Clinton will be interviewed by FBI Director James Comey in the coming days as investigators decide whether or not to file criminal charges over her private email server, Al Jazeera America reported Wednesday.

In a clip flagged by Mediaite, Al Jazeera reported that the FBI had finished its probe of the Democratic frontrunner’s server that she used as secretary of state.

“After nearly a year-long investigation, sources tell us that federal investigators are close to a decision about whether to seek criminal charges,” reporter David Shuster said.

He reports:

Scientists Grow Full-Sized, Beating Human Hearts From Stem Cells

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Somewhat dated. 

Of the 4,000 Americans waiting for heart transplants, only 2,500 will receive new hearts in the next year. Even for those lucky enough to get a transplant, the biggest risk is the their bodies will reject the new heart and launch a massive immune reaction against the foreign cells. To combat the problems of organ shortage and decrease the chance that a patient’s body will reject it, researchers have been working to create synthetic organs from patients’ own cells. Now a team of scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School has gotten one step closer, using adult skin cells to regenerate functional human heart tissue, according to a study published recently in the journal Circulation Research.

STUNNING WASHINGTON POST REPORT: Hillary Caught in Her Own Web of Lies

Via David

Yesterday, The Washington Post's Robert O'Harrow, Jr. published a startling timeline related to Hillary Clinton's email scandal. The executive summary: she's a criminal and a liar, but you already knew that.

The lowlights:

...unknown to diplomatic security and technology officials at the department, there was another looming communications vulnerability: Clinton’s Black­Berry was digitally tethered to a private email server in the basement of her family home, some 260 miles to the north in Chappaqua, N.Y., documents and interviews show ... Those officials took no steps to protect the server against intruders and spies, because they apparently were not told about it.
The FBI has now very likely confirmed that multiple crimes were committed in the handling of classified material and, as a bonus, foreign intelligence agencies hacked the s*** out of her server.

Officials Say Brussels Terror Cell Is Too Large To Wipe Out

Via David


So that’s it, then? Continue importing millions more of these invaders?

Shut the door and start deporting en masse.

“Officials Say Brussels Terror Cell Is Too Large To Wipe Out,” Daily Caller, March 28, 2016:

The terror cell behind the attacks in Paris and Brussels is much larger than previously thought, according to reports.

147 FBI Agents Investigating Hillary Clinton Emails

Via David

According to Hillary Clinton, there's no criminal investigation. Just a routine "security review". A routine security review that requires 147 FBI agents and which the FBI describes as a criminal investigation.
One hundred forty-seven FBI agents have been deployed to run down leads, according to a lawmaker briefed by FBI Director James B. Comey. The FBI has accelerated the investigation because officials want to avoid the possibility of announcing any action too close to the election.
Except it's already nearly too late.

Cruz supporters (14 of the 16 women) signed a letter today demanding that Lewandowski be fired

Via Billy

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Donald Trump in Wisconsin: ‘The Establishment Is Trying to Take It Away from Us’

Via Billy

<> on March 30, 2016 in De Pere, Wisconsin.

Donald Trump battled the Establishment’s dirty delegate tricks in front of a packed ballroom of about a thousand people in Appleton Wednesday.

With less than a week to go until the Wisconsin primary, Trump came out swinging — against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), against the Establishment lining up behind Cruz in order to keep Trump below 1,237 delegates so they can broker it in Cleveland, and against Cruz’s supporter Governor Scott Walker.

“The Establishment is trying to take it all away from us, folks. They’re trying so hard,” he said, noting the fact that he won Louisiana but still ended up with less delegates there than Cruz. The crowd booed.

“You tell me. This is a straight system folks? It’s terrible. It’s terrible.”

More @ Breitbart

The Marxist roots of Islamic extremism

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Anti-liberalism is having a moment. And it's happening at all points of the political spectrum. Suicidal religious fanatics now strike regularly at the very foundations of free and open societies in Europe.

Those attacks help to inspire anti-liberal forms of nationalistic populism in countries on both sides of the Atlantic (think Marine Le Pen in France, or Donald Trump in the U.S.). In response to the electoral power of the right and selective willingness of moderate politicians to compromise with it, an anti-liberal left (think the socialist Jacobin

More @ The Week

African American soldier's grave found at Confederate Cemetery

Va Billy


Chattanooga Confederate Cemetery groundskeepers found the actual location of an African American soldier they didn't think they'd ever find.

An unexpected discovery.

"Nobody knew where he was," said Herb DeLoach, N.B. Forrest Camp 3,Sons of Confederate Veterans.

But, records show Shaderick Searcy was at the cemetery somewhere.

"Shaderick was instrumental in a lot of activities for the United Confederate Veterans. When he died, he was a Confederate soldier and he had a place to be buried here," DeLoach said.

More @ ABC

Portland Community College Prepares For “Whiteness History Month”

Via Michael


As first reported by the Daily Caller back in January, Portland Community College prepares for “whiteness history month” at its four different campuses in the metro area, and a number of off-campus events, as well.

In total, more than 100 events will be taking place in this white-shaming spectacle and indoctrination festival.

Such event themes include “A Call for Reparations From the White Community for Stolen Black Lives and Resources”; “The problem of White Leadership”; “Becoming White”, where “Whiteness allows white folks to ignore their race”; “IMAGINE! A World Without Whiteness”, “It’s Not My Fault: Whites and Racism”… and the list goes on and on, with each event seemingly more wacked out than the previous.

But PCC officials are quick to try to say this has nothing to do with white people or shaming anyone.

The Oregonian reports:

More with videos if you have time to waste:) @ Progressives Today


Portland OR Mayoral Candidate Forum Turns Into WHITE GUILT FEST

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VNCH Soldier praying at La Vang, south of Quang Tri City, on July 6, 1972

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"We Will Never Forget You"

Well, at least for two more years.  Why any country has ever taken our word after this is beyond. me.  We deserve nothing but contempt.  It is irrelevant whether or not we should we somewhere or not, the simple matter is if you give your word you stick to it, regardless of the cost.

Indeed you did, Sir, but you stayed behind and suffered a hero's death while we deserted you, only to go elsewhere, make promises and leave again.

"Cowards die many times before their deaths. The valiant never taste of death but once. "

 General Khoi
 Brigadier General Tran Quang Khoi

"I shall never repent having done what I did, nor complain about the consequences of my captivity. (17 years) If history were to repeat itself, I would choose the same path. By so doing, I know from experience that I would lose everything but HONOR."



Two months after the signing of the Vietnam peace agreement, the last U.S. combat troops leave South Vietnam as Hanoi frees the remaining American prisoners of war held in North Vietnam. America’s direct eight-year intervention in the Vietnam War was at an end. In Saigon, some 7,000 U.S. Department of Defense civilian employees remained behind to aid South Vietnam in conducting what looked to be a fierce and ongoing war with communist North Vietnam.

In 1961, after two decades of indirect military aid, U.S. President John F. Kennedy sent the first large force of U.S. military personnel to Vietnam to bolster the ineffectual autocratic regime of South Vietnam against the communist North. Three years later, with the South Vietnamese government crumbling, President Lyndon B. Johnson ordered limited bombing raids on North Vietnam, and Congress authorized the use of U.S. troops. By 1965, North Vietnamese offensives left President Johnson with two choices: escalate U.S. involvement or withdraw. Johnson ordered the former, and troop levels soon jumped to more than 300,000 as U.S. air forces commenced the largest bombing campaign in history.

During the next few years, the extended length of the war, the high number of U.S. casualties, and the exposure of U.S. involvement in war crimes, such as the massacre at My Lai, helped turn many in the United States against the Vietnam War. The communists’ Tet Offensive of 1968 crushed U.S. hopes of an imminent end to the conflict and galvanized U.S. opposition to the war. In response, Johnson announced in March 1968 that he would not seek reelection, citing what he perceived to be his responsibility in creating a perilous national division over Vietnam. He also authorized the beginning of peace talks.

In the spring of 1969, as protests against the war escalated in the United States, U.S. troop strength in the war-torn country reached its peak at nearly 550,000 men. Richard Nixon, the new U.S. president, began U.S. troop withdrawal and “Vietnamization” of the war effort that year, but he intensified bombing. Large U.S. troop withdrawals continued in the early 1970s as President Nixon expanded air and ground operations into Cambodia and Laos in attempts to block enemy supply routes along Vietnam’s borders. This expansion of the war, which accomplished few positive results, led to new waves of protests in the United States and elsewhere.

Finally, in January 1973, representatives of the United States, North and South Vietnam, and the Vietcong signed a peace agreement in Paris, ending the direct U.S. military involvement in the Vietnam War. Its key provisions included a cease-fire throughout Vietnam, the withdrawal of U.S. forces, the release of prisoners of war, and the reunification of North and South Vietnam through peaceful means. The South Vietnamese government was to remain in place until new elections were held, and North Vietnamese forces in the South were not to advance further nor be reinforced.
In reality, however, the agreement was little more than a face-saving gesture by the U.S. government. Even before the last American troops departed on March 29, the communists violated the cease-fire, and by early 1974 full-scale war had resumed. At the end of 1974, South Vietnamese authorities reported that 80,000 of their soldiers and civilians had been killed in fighting during the year, making it the most costly of the Vietnam War.

On April 30, 1975, the last few Americans still in South Vietnam were airlifted out of the country as Saigon fell to communist forces. Vietnam Babylift, My Story North Vietnamese Colonel Bui Tin, accepting the surrender of South Vietnam later in the day, remarked, “You have nothing to fear; between Vietnamese there are no victors and no vanquished. Only the Americans have been defeated.” The Vietnam War was the longest and most unpopular foreign war in U.S. history and cost 58,000 American lives. As many as two million Vietnamese soldiers and civilians were killed.

An Unusual Move: 2nd Federal Judge Grants ‘Discovery’ in Clinton Email Case: Cites ‘evidence of government wrong-doing, bad faith’

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A second federal judge has granted discovery to a watchdog group seeking records from Hillary Clinton’s State Department, an unusual move that gives new credibility to claims that State officials intentionally evaded public records laws.

U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth issued the ruling on Tuesday in response to a 2014 lawsuit by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, which has been suing the State Department for documents related to the Benghazi attack.

Judge Lamberth cited “evidence of government wrong-doing” while issuing the decision.
“[W]here there is evidence of government wrong-doing and bad faith, as here, limited discovery is appropriate, even though it is exceedingly rare in FOIA cases,” said Lamberth.

“Plaintiff is relying on constantly shifting admissions by the Government and the former government officials,” the judge added. “Whether the State Department’s actions will ultimately be determined by the Court to not be ‘acting in good faith’ remains to be seen at this time, but plaintiff is clearly entitled to discovery and a record before this Court rules on that issue.”

We Wait For A Virginian Of Old

 John Taylor

Once again, it is politicking time in the good ol’ US of A.  The Democrats, the party of youth, vision, and vigor, present to the country a senile old socialist who doesn’t believe that poor white people exist, and a former first lady rejected by Netflix central casting for a role in  House of Cards (It was the looks, not the lack of corruption.).  Meanwhile, the Grand Old Party has in its stable of contenders a no-name from Ohio, a Cuban-Canadian-American with connections to something called Dominion theology, which seems to involve an end times wealth transfer.  This may be a wonderful opportunity for a budding entrepreneur to start the “End Times Wealth Transfer Family of Mutual Funds.”  Then there is Donald Trump, of which  more will be said.