Monday, September 19, 2016

Dixie Rising - Ole Miss Students Protest State Flag Removal In a BIG Way


                                Hotty Toddy, Gosh Almighty!  Students Flagging Ole Miss!

A few months ago, the Virginia Flaggers raised money to purchase (2) massive 20' x 30' Mississippi State Flags, and sent them to Oxford in preparation for a roadside battle flag project there.  It appears that on Saturday, one of the flags somehow made its way to the student section, and was unfurled  as a show of support for the great state of Mississippi, and as a protest to Chancellor Vitter's decision to cave to the PC demands of leftists and remove the state flag from campus.

Mirror Shortage

" don't do me a particle of good to go down among the lowlanders. Shucks, it don't do me no good to get off the farm and go in town, let alone go someplace like Nashville. I look around and wonder what planet these folks come from, although I will forebear listing the crazy things that catch my eyes. I have concluded that this nation suffers from a severe mirror shortage"

The Great Divide–And Secession?

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Of all the phenomena the 2016 election year has demonstrated, none is greater than the proof that this nation is deeply and probably irretrievably split into two political camps with very, very little in common. It is more than blue states and red states, it goes deeper: it is truth, jobs, security, and intelligence on one side and lies, coddling rich, porous borders, and stupidity on the other. And vice versa.

Perhaps the greatest evidence of this rift at this moment is to be found in Texas. A Public Policy Polling survey on August 16 found that 61 per cent of the people who support Trump there have vowed that if Hillary Clinton is elected president they will push for Texas to secede from the union.

Nothing less: secession.

The Religion of Peace: Warrant issued for Prairie Mall shooting suspect

Via Cousin Dale "We had a shooting in Grand Prairie last week, mostly missed the news.
We also had a serious machete attack in Calgary, very similar to the attack in the U.S......also non-existent in our news....


Grande Prairie RCMP have identified a suspect in Thursday’s mall shooting that injured three people. 23 year old Liban Musse is wanted on an Alberta-wide warrant for multiple firearms offences.

They include reckless discharge of a firearm, discharge of a firearm with intent, possession of a weapon dangerous to the public, carrying a concealed weapon, unauthorized possession of a firearm, and possession of restricted firearm with ammunition.

Musse is described as black, 5’9″, roughly 143 pounds with short, dark black hair and brown eyes.

He is considered armed and dangerous and residents are warned to not to approach him. If seen, contact RCMP.

NC: House panel looking into Reddit post about Clinton's email server

Via Billy

The House Oversight Committee is reviewing a Reddit post that alleges an IT specialist who worked on Hillary Clinton’s private server sought advice on how to alter the contents of “VERY VIP” emails, according to Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.).

Meadows is the chairman of the panel’s Government Operations subcommittee.

“The Reddit post issue and its connection to Paul Combetta is currently being reviewed by OGR staff and evaluations are being made as to the authenticity of the post,” Meadows told The Hill.

Reddit users appear to have uncovered a two-year-old post from an account believed to belong to Combetta, an engineer with Platte River Networks. The Denver, Colo.-based firm managed Clinton’s private server.

The post, which has been deleted but can be read in images archived by Reddit users, coincides with the discovery of Clinton’s use of the server.

More @ The Hill

Proof the South Was Right

Via Billy

Burns Chronicles No 28 – Public Trial – Mistrial? – What stinking Mistrial?


A rather interesting what, and from a lay standpoint unjust, occurrence, happened both in the paper chase (at this point, nearly 1300 docket entries) and in the courtroom. It had to do with the testimony of the government’s first witness, Harney County Sheriff David Ward. It was a Motion for Mistrial.

An interesting note on the Motion is that we obtained a copy shortly before it was “SEALED”. This led to the admonishment that is addressed below.

It all began on the 2nd day of the trial (Wednesday, September 14), during cross-examination by Ammon Bundy’s attorney, Marcus R. Mumford is questioning Sheriff Ward.  Here are excerpts from the Motion, taken from the rough-draft transcripts:

Trump: Must confront 'cancer from within' amid terror attacks

Via Billy

'Hillary Clinton wants to allow hundreds of thousands of these same people'

Donald Trump revived his calls for tightening immigration following a rapid-fire succession of terror attacks involving foreign-born suspects spanning from Minnesota to New York and New Jersey, describing the threat as “cancer from within.”

The Republican presidential nominee, in an interview Monday morning with Fox News’ “Fox & Friends,” pointed to the latest threat in doubling down on his criticism of his Democratic opponent wanting to boost refugee admissions.

“Hillary Clinton wants to allow hundreds of thousands of these same people,” Trump said.

More @ WND

Another Bomb Explodes in New Jersey…UPDATE: Suspect Arrested

Via Billy

This is hot off the presses folks – something dangerous is going on in the New York City metro area.
At around 12:40 AM Monday morning police were alerted to a suspicious backpack near a trashcan in an Elizabeth, New Jersey trashcan. The men who reported it said they could see a pipe and wires sticking out of the bag. When police arrived they discovered FIVE different devices but when a bomb squad robot approached the bag one of the devices exploded, fortunately no one was injured.
 More @ Eagle Rising

Just 5.7 Percent Of Clinton Foundation Budget Actually Went To Charitable Grants

Via Billy

Hillary Clinton attends the September 11 Commemoration Ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial Museum (Getty Images)


Just 5.7 percent of the Clinton Foundation’s massive 2014 budget actually went to charitable grants, according to the tax-exempt organization’s IRS filings. The rest went to salaries and employee benefits, fundraising and “other expenses.”

The Clinton Foundation spent a hair under $91.3 million in 2014, the organization’s IRS filings show. But less than $5.2 million of that went to charitable grants.

France, Germany, Europe SEPTEMBER - 2016 (GONE T0 HELL)

Via David

Serfdom, revolution, or independence?

Via Buddy

This article was first published on this website in June 2014. It has been edited for re-publication.

Americans, including Southerners, like to imagine themselves as moderates, middle-of-the-roaders who are not radical in either political direction, reasonable and responsible people who obey the law and don’t cause trouble. Because of this, it is difficult to convince them that standing in the middle of the road sometimes can be dangerous. And staying in the middle, being reasonable, and not causing the powers-that-be any trouble is exactly what . . . well, the powers-that-be want. However, those who have dared look behind the manufactured (and false) news headlines know that all is not well with the regime. For those who will indeed see things as they are—the USA Patriot Act, drones, the federalization and militarization of law enforcement, the TSA, Homeland Security, etc., etc.—they are left to wonder whether they live in the reincarnation of Stalin’s USSR rather than in the good old land of the free and home of the brave. As they say, ignorance is bliss, and we are a blissful society if nothing else.

Polls: Trump ONE STATE From Being President

Via Billy

There was a time when Hillary Clinton’s team believed she would win every swing state, many by double digits.

That time has passed.rrow

According to today’s Washington Post, the Clinton team is now “pessimistic” about holding Iowa and Ohio, and they believe Florida and North Carolina will be close. Right now, the latest polls have Donald Trump ahead in all four states. If he were to win those four states, as well as Nevada, he would be one state away from winning the presidency.

Here are the remaining battleground states and where they stand:

Survivor of St. John’s sexual assault suing police and province for failing to warn public a predator was lurking

Via Cousin Dale

Sofyan Boalag is shown in provincial court in St. John's on Friday Aug. 26, 2016. Lawyer Allison Conway's client, known only as Jane Doe was the victim of a horrific sex attack at knife point and is now suing the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, alleging police failed to properly warn the public that a predator was stalking young women.

She was finishing her last college exams, the Christmas season stretching before her, when she went out for a Saturday night in downtown St. John’s with friends.

What should have been a celebration ended with a horrific sexual assault at knife point that left the young woman known only as Jane Doe traumatized, bleeding and crying for help.

She is now suing the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, alleging police failed to properly warn the public that a predator was stalking young women.

Her lawyer, Allison Conway, says her client, then 23, had no idea that four other women and a 15-year-old girl had been assaulted in previous months while walking downtown alone late at night or in early morning.

Journalists May Have Just Found Proof of Clinton Ordering Emails Be Stripped of VIP’s Email Address—

Via Billy

Rep. Steven Smith @RepStevenSmith BREAKING: Citizen Journalist breaks HUGE Clinton email story PROVING Hillary ORDERED EMAILS TO BE STRIPPED!

This exchange took place on Reddit and involves Paul Combetta an employee with Platte River Networks, the company in charge of Hillary Clinton’s home server. Combetta was granted immunity from Obama’s Department of Justice in their investigation of Clinton.

Combetta was the employee who deleted all of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

According users on Reddit, Combetta asked for assisance in uly 2014 from Reddit users on how to purge emails and how to strip VIP’s email address from “a bunch of archived emails.”

This was posted Monday on Reddit:

The Flight 93 Election: So What You’re Saying Is … Pat Buchanan Was Right all Along

Via Red

A recent Claremont Review of Books article by the obviously pseudonymous Publius Decius Mus, “The Flight 93 Election,” has created quite a stir in the conservative universe. The article is a vigorous defense of Trump and Trumpism, and has been touted widely by Trump supporters. Rush Limbaugh read it aloud on his radio program. It has even inspired its own hashtag, #IAmDecius, but it has also generated a very vociferous reaction from anti-Trumpers. This National Review article by Jonah Goldberg contains links to several of the critical responses.

Decius is one of the minds behind the now defunct Journal of American Greatness, which is significant because it was a vehicle for self-identified Straussians of the West Coast variety. This distinction may only be meaningful to pointy-headed conservatives who are familiar with the intricacies of the intra-conservative battles of recent decades and to do justice to its significance at the philosophical level would require more elaboration than a short op-ed allows. Suffice it to say for now that West Coast Straussians have historically been on the side of the anti-Trump critics of the article. What follows is a brief reaction to the political significance of what is going on here. I’ll leave the philosophical nitty-gritty for later.

The whole “Flight 93” article is full of “hot takes,” so to speak, that lend themselves to excerpting and cutting and pasting. Decius has quite a way with words. But this passage below struck me as the most significant and deserving of comment:

Donald Trump on New York bombing: 'I called it,' says profiling needed

Via Billy

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Donald Trump said Monday that authorities might have to engage in racial profiling to more effectively fight the threat of terrorist attacks in the United States.

"Our local police, they know who a lot of these people are. They are afraid to do anything about it because they don't want to be accused of, uh, profiling. And they don't want to be accused of all sorts of things," Trump said in an interview on Fox News.

The Republican presidential nominee went on to praise Israel's policing practices. Israeli security forces routinely conduct general roundups for questioning or during specific investigations.

"You know in Israel, they profile," Trump said. "They've done an unbelievable job - as good as you can do. But Israel has done an unbelievable job. And they'll profile. They profile. They see somebody that's suspicious. They will profile. They will take that person in. They will check out."

More @ AL

NYC bombing: FBI raids Elizabeth, New Jersey building after investigators find five “suspicious devices”

Via Billy

 Jihad in American neighborhoods. Coming soon to a neighborhood near you.

The FBI launched a raid at a building in Elizabeth, New Jersey Monday morning, local media reported, hours after investigators uncovered five suspicious devices — one of which exploded — near a train station in that city.

Officers with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were reportedly taking part in the raid. It’s unclear whether they found any possible suspects.

The suspicious devices turned up in a backpack near a train station Sunday night. One exploded when a bomb squad robot tried to disarm it. The discovery came a day after an explosion in Manhattan injured 29 people and an unexploded pressure-cooker device was found four blocks away, although investigators would not say whether the incidents were believed to be linked.


ROK, US to hold N. Korea bombing drill

Via Billy
Air forces of the United States and South Korea will carry out a joint drill aimed at striking North

Korea’s nuclear facilities during a U.S.-led multi-service combat operations exercise scheduled for next month in Alaska.

The South Korean Air Force said it will dispatch eight F-15K fighter jets and two C­130H transport planes along with 147 personnel including pilots for Red Flag-Alaska which takes place from Oct. 3 to 21 at Eielson Air Force Base.

From the U.S. Air Force, 50 fighter jets including F-16s and F-15Cs will participate in the drill.

A military source said on condition of anonymity that the allies’ air forces will train their combat pilots to annihilate the enemy under various scenarios such as air-to-air and air-to-surface combat.

Seoul’s F-15Ks are set to carry out the live fire exercise with their laser-guided “bunker-buster” bombs that can penetrate command centers located deep underground.

Pro-Hillary website Redstate: Priebus Threatens the RNC May Block Bush, Cruz and Kasich from Running Again

Via Billy


RNC chief Reince Priebus threatened John Kasich, Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush today on “Face the Nation” after their refusal to endorse record-setting GOP nominee Donald Trump.

Priebus said the RNC may block future runs by the Republican candidates who used tools from the RNC, then lied and refused to endorse the GOP presidential nominee.
Bush, Kasich and Cruz have yet to endorse Donald Trump.

Happy 76th Birthday Tina Turner! You're Simply the Best!


I Don't Wanna Fight No More

Nothing  better.

Betsy Ross Flag Symbolizes “Hate”? Hey, go for it.

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concerning  School District: Betsy Ross Flag Symbolizes 'Hate'...

“I have been born of traitors, but thank God, they have ever been traitors in the great cause of liberty, fighting against tyranny and oppression, Such treason will ever be mine whilst true to my heritage.”

“Shall a dominant party of the North rule the South, or shall the people of the South rule themselves?” According to Rhett, after “long forbearance and patience,” stemming from a “heroic love for the Union” over “mere interest,” the South was driven to secede from the Union in order to escape the “ruthless mastery” of the North,” which was now threatening “to subject them by the sword.”

If slavery had never existed in America, continued McCrady, the North and the South would still have gone to war, for the “seeds” of the conflict were planted in the Constitution itself, growing from the opposing interpretations of Jefferson’s “Federal Party” and Hamilton’s “National Party.” As McCrady put it, “The Convention which framed the Constitution was itself divided into the two parties which, after seventy years of discussion…adjourned the debate to the battlefields of our late war.”
That they fought, for Principle against Power,
For Religion against Fanaticism,
For Man’s Right against Man’s Might,
These Men were Martyrs of their Creed;
And their Justification
Is in the holy keeping of the God of History.
But, for as much
As alike in the heat of Battle,
In the weariness of the Hospital,
And in the gloom of hostile Prisons,
They were faithful unto death,
Theirs is the Crown
Of a loving, a glorious, and an immortal Tradition,
In the Hearts, and in the Holiest Memories
Of the Daughters of their People;
Of the Sons of their State;
Of the Heirs Unborn of their Example
And all of for whom
They dared to die.

 “The one great principle, which produced our secession from the United States – was constitutional liberty – liberty protected by law. For this, we have fought; for this, our people have died. To preserve and cherish this sacred principle, constituting as it did, the very soul of independence itself, was the clear dictate of all honest – all wise statesmanship.”
– Robert B. Rhett

 It is fashionable nowadays to regard States’ rights as yet another debunked “Neo-Confederate” myth.One Bancroft-winning historian takes the incredible liberty of inserting imaginary thoughts into prominent Fire-Eater Robert B. Rhett’s head, having him curse “St. Thomas” Jefferson, along with “inalienable rights,” “rights of revolution,” and “the principles of 1776,” claiming “the South had revolted to escape those idiocies.” Never mind the fact that Rhett proclaimed these very ideals throughout his life and personally identified as a “Jeffersonian Republican.” Elsewhere, a winner of the Alan Nevins History Prize writes off the sincerity of States’ rights with a few words. “As for the ‘dry prattle’ about the Constitution, the rights of minorities, and the like, there was never any confusion in the minds of most contemporaries that such arguments were masks for more fundamental emotional issues,” he casually asserts. “State sovereignty was an issue only because the retreat to the inviolability of states’ rights had always been a refuge for those fearful of a challenge to their property.”

Indeed, it is the modis operandi of historians nowadays to discount whatever Southerners said about political, economic, and cultural differences with the North as a false front for the ulterior motive of slavery: Southerners could not possibly have meant what they said!