Monday, May 2, 2016

On May 1st We Should Remember The Horrors Of Communism

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On May 1st We Should Remember The Horrors Of Communism

International Workers’ Day, also known as Labor Day in some places, is a celebration laborers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labor movement, socialists, communists and anarchists and occurs every year on the first of May. The day was chosen to honor rioters who killed seven policemen  during the Haymarket affair, and was promoted by the international communist movement which during the 20th century killed at least 94 million people.

That’s right during the 20th century communism murdered at least 94 million people.

Per the detailed analysis in “The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression” (which should be required reading by every student in America) the number of deaths caused by Communism was estimated at 94,360,000, broken down as follows:

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Paper Worries Mexican Flags At Trump Protests MIGHT HAVE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES

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Mexican Flag Trump protests

You may ave noticed that there are often lots of Mexican flags at anti-Trump protests. The Los Angeles Times is very concerned about this… because it makes the protesters look bad.

You couldn’t make this up:

Trump protesters, Mexican flag-wavers could bring unintended consequences for GOP race
The protests outside Donald Trump’s rally in Costa Mesa on Thursday night pose political questions for both demonstration organizers and the presidential candidate as the California primary nears.

Hundreds of demonstrators filled the streets outside the Orange County amphitheater where Trump held a rally Thursday night, stomping on cars, hurling rocks at motorists and forcefully declaring their opposition to the Republican presidential candidate. At least 17 were arrested.

Judge temporarily blocks removal of UofL Confederate monument


Via comment by Ray on Kentucky Confederate monument to be removed after ...": "Injunction on the grounds of irreparable harm. He has also pointed out that the Monument may not be removed without approval of the Ky. Senate. He has asked the court for a "stay" pending a ruling."---Ray (from WDRB Louisville) 
 5/2/16. "As of 09:45 DST a superior court judge has issued an order blocking the removal pending action by "appropriate authority" as the Senate won't meet again this year without a "special session" and the courts are backed up to hell and gone, This could take a while, UNLESS somebody has some real political clout, or big, BIG money in this game"---Ray

A judge has temporarily barred the city of Louisville from removing a 70-foot-tall Confederate monument from the University of Louisville campus.
Jefferson Circuit Judge Judith McDonald-Burkman signed a restraining order Monday morning forbidding the city from moving the 121-year-old obelisk honoring Kentuckians who died fighting for the Confederacy in the Civil War.

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Trump 41%, Clinton 39%

Last week, Rasmussen Reports gave voters the option of staying home on Election Day if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the big party nominees, and six percent (6%) said that’s what they intend to do for now. Clinton and Trump were tied with 38% support each; 16% said they would vote for some other candidate, and two percent (2%) were undecided.

But Trump edges slightly ahead if the stay-at-home option is removed. Trump also now does twice as well among Democrats as Clinton does among Republicans.

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