Saturday, December 2, 2017

NFL will cut breast cancer, military charity funds to pay for players’ $89 million social justice activism

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Capitulating to the antics of players disrespecting the national anthem, the National Football League agreed to donate nearly $90 million over the next 7 years to support left-of-center social justice causes.

If that act alone isn’t enough to raise eyebrows, where the NFL is reportedly planning to get the money certainly will.

According to one of the athletes at the forefront of the protests, San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid [#35 in the photograph below above], the windfall will come at the expense of the league’s planned financial support for breast cancer and military charities.

Trump claims 'rigged system' has 'destroyed' Flynn's life, let Hillary off the hook

President Trump on Saturday questioned whether his former national security adviser Michael Flynn was the victim of a "rigged system" after he was indicted in the special council's Russia probe.

In a series of tweets on Saturday, Trump suggested Flynn had his life "destroyed" for lying to the FBI, while former Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has got off free after deleting emails.

"So General Flynn lies to the FBI and his life is destroyed, while Crooked Hillary Clinton, on that now famous FBI holiday “interrogation” with no swearing in and no recording, lies many times...and nothing happens to her? Rigged system, or just a double standard?" Trump wrote on Twitter.

More @ The Hill

Pompeo: Trump tweets actually 'help' CIA

 Pompeo: Trump tweets actually 'help' CIA

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said on Saturday that President Trump's Twitter habits have actually helped his agency gather and understand intelligence.

Asked by Fox News' Bret Baier in a panel discussion at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, Calif., whether Trump's propensity for Twitter complicated the CIA's work, Pompeo demurred, saying that the agency has gathered important intelligence by observing how U.S. adversaries react to the president's tweets.

"I've actually seen it help us," he said. "I have seen things the president has put on his Twitter account actually have a real-world impact on our capacity to understand what's going on in other places of the world."

"That is, our adversaries responded to those tweets in ways that were helpful to us to understand command and control issues, who's listening to what messages, how those messages are resonating around the world."

More @ The Hill

Byron York: Nunes blows up, threatens contempt after FBI stonewalls House on Russia investigator demoted for anti-Trump bias

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House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes has issued an angry demand to the FBI and Department of Justice to explain why they kept the committee in the dark over the reason Special Counsel Robert Mueller kicked a key supervising FBI agent off the Trump-Russia investigation.

Stories in both the Washington Post and New York Times on Saturday reported that Peter Strzok, who played a key role in the original FBI investigation into the Trump-Russia matter, and then a key role in Mueller's investigation, and who earlier had played an equally critical role in the FBI's Hillary Clinton email investigation, was reassigned out of the Mueller office because of anti-Trump texts he exchanged with a top FBI lawyer, Lisa Page, with whom Strzok was having an extramarital affair.

Strzok was transferred to the FBI's human resources office — an obvious demotion -- in July.
The Post reported that Strzok and Page exchanged text messages that "expressed anti-Trump sentiments and other comments that appeared to favor Clinton."

Where have all the cowboys gone

Via comment by John Robert Mallernee on Why We Need Alpha Males

Has Anyone Noticed?

Via Billy

I have watched all this fuss over Roy Moore in Alabama recently. For all the allegations (and no proof yet) everyone is just supposed to walk away from Roy Moore and vote for the liberal (socialist) Democrat. If Roy Moore manages to pull off this election in Alabama and become Alabama’s senator then he will be subject to the exact same treatment that Donald Trump has been getting for almost a year now as president. The pattern in both cases is clear. Why if I had a suspicious mind I’d almost be tempted to think that the same people had planned both campaigns against both men.

If Roy Moore manages to win and they can’t find a way to steal it from him, all he has to do is look at Donald Trump and he has to know what he is in store for–every day he is in office.

He will be yet one more vote for Donald Trump’s agenda, which Trump’s adversaries don’t want and he will also be yet another vote against any possible impeachment proceeding that may be brought against Trump for his infamous “Russian collusion nothingburger.”

The Deep State is giving Roy Moore the same treatment with all these women he is supposed to have chased as they gave Trump with his “Russian dossier.” Refutes Lies About Roy Moore

Via Billy 


Allegation — “Roy Moore was banned from the Gadsden mall for propositioning teenage girls.”
— Witnesses Refuting Allegations —
  1. Johnny Adams – Employed 26 yrs. Gadsden Mall, Oper. Mgr 14 yrs. over security – “Never heard of anything about Roy Moore being banned or mention of any other issues concerning him.”
  2. Johnnie V. Sanders – Employee of Gadsden Mall from late 70’s to mid-2000’s for Morrison’s Cafeteria Corp – “I never heard of Roy Moore’s name come in conversation with any such misconduct against women or a supposed banning from the Gadsden Mall.”
  3. Barnes Boyles – Former Manager of the Gadsden Mall – “We did have written reports and things. To my knowledge, he {Moore} was not banned from the mall.”



Allegation — “I began work at the restaurant when I was 15.”

More @  Moore Truth

Should the South Survive?

Lockheed U-2 "Dragon Lady" at Bien Hoa Air Base, Vietnam 1965

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Steve Hilton: Trump should cancel state visit, give UK a 'big, beautiful' trade deal

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The ubiquitous caveat of the Twitter era – “retweets are not endorsements” – may finally have demonstrated its worth, after President Trump retweeted three anti-Muslim videos Wednesday that had been posted by the leader of a far-right British group.

Lacking the famous caveat, the president’s retweeting caused a transatlantic incident and now threatens the U.S. relationship with Britain, our closest ally, we are told.

It’s so bad that the president’s working trip to Britain – planned for January to formally open the new American embassy in London – has now been postponed indefinitely, according to a report  and there are calls for a more formal state visit to be cancelled.

Well, I sure hope the visit is off. But not for the reason you might think.

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Trump Supporter Hospitalized After Being Viciously Attacked By Left-Wing Antifa Terrorists in Boston

Via Billy

Matthias Thorpe, a co-organizer for the Boston free speech rallies, was brutally attacked by a mob of Antifa on Friday evening — resulting in multiple fractures in his face.

Thorpe, 28, and a few friends had attended a discussion about Antifa featuring Mark Bray, the author of the Anti-Fascist Handbook at the Harvard Coop. He stated that they had not attended with intentions to shut down the event or disrupt it, but did ask meaningful questions about the implications of communism — such as asking if fascism that killed six million people is worse than communist fascism which has killed approximately 100 million people.

“He never answered my question, but people in the crowd recognized me because my picture was on one of the Antifa websites,” Thorpe told Gateway Pundit. 

More with video @ The Gateway Pundit

Why We Need Alpha Males

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My colleague, Annie Holmquist, discovered some statistics about the decline in masculinity that have troubled me since the moment I looked over them. Here’s the key part of her piece:

“In recent years, a mildly trending topic of discussion has been the question, ‘Where have all the men gone?’ While there are a number of theories as to the answer, a British survey just released by YouGov may shed some light on the issue.

Among other things, the survey asked participants about their impressions of the word “masculinity” and found a surprising generational gap:

‘Both young men and young women have a lower opinion of 'masculinity' than older people, but young men are harsher critics of the concept than young women. In contrast, the majority of young men (58%) have a positive impression of 'femininity', as do the majority of young women (55%). 

Overall 'femininity' has a net positivity score of +56 compared to +44 for 'masculinity'.’”

Donald Trump's Secret Admirers

Via John


It is indicative of how completely the left has taken over our major public organs and institutions, including the press, the entertainment industry, and Higher Ed, that many are embarrassed to admit to others the secret we carry around in our hearts like a treasure -- we absolutely love Donald Trump.

This is the reason Trump's approval numbers are almost certainly way under-reported: who wants to admit that they love an uncouth, billionaire New York braggart who made his fortune by parlaying a "small" $150 million-dollar loan from dear old dad into a business that literally changed the skyline of the world's greatest city? The answer, apparently is: millions.

This has led to articles and blog posts such as Tiffanie DiNato's "Why I'm so darned afraid to admit I support Donald Trump," subtitled, "I'm a Donald Trump supporter, and I'm coming out of the closet." Or this from the uber-liberal UK Guardian: 'Not even my wife knows': secret Donald Trump voters speak out.'

Beautifully Restored and Flyable VNAF Skyraider

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Why Flynn’s plea is a dead end for ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy

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Why Flynn’s plea is a dead end for ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy
So what about the frantic insistence of “Russiagate” partisans that Flynn’s plea practically portends the downfall of the president they refuse to accept as legitimate? Their elation is unwarranted and premature, warns McCarthy. If a prosecutor has a cooperating witness who is an accomplice in a criminal scheme, the plea is structured so it proves the existence of the scheme.
“That is not happening in Flynn’s situation. Instead, like Papadopoulos, he is being permitted to plead guilty to a mere process crime,” he wrote, referring to a volunteer Trump campaign adviser who likewise pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about seeking contacts with (a nonexistent) “Putin’s niece.”
President Donald Trump’s short-lived national security adviser, Michael Flynn, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. Most US media jumped on the plea as proof of Trump’s collusion with Russia. Actual documents, however, tell a different story. 
A court document signed by special counsel Robert Mueller, dated Thursday, specifies two instances of Flynn telling FBI investigators things that were not true. They relate to two conversations he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, in December 2016.

In the Statement of Offense signed by Flynn at his court appearance on Friday, he admitted to acting on instructions from a senior “Presidential Transition Team” (PTT) official, prompting breathless speculation if that was Trump himself, his son-in-law Jared Kushner, or someone else altogether. The one question nobody seems to be asking is, “So what?”

More @ RT

Trump: 'It's a shame' Michael Flynn lied because 'there was nothing to hide'

Via Billy

President Trump tweeted Saturday:

President Trump said Saturday it’s a “shame” former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn lied to his administration and the FBI because “there was nothing to hide.”

“I had to fire General Flynn because he lied to the Vice President and the FBI,” the president tweeted, before referring to the news Friday that Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in January about his contacts with the Russian ambassador.

“He has pled guilty to those lies," Trump added. "It is a shame because his actions during the transition were lawful. There was nothing to hide!”

“Following In the Steps of Lucifer”

Via comment by Quartermain  on Jeff Sessions after Kate Steinle verdict: 'Wouldn'...

 Image result for gov brown blood has bood on his hands Kate Steinle

 Liberalism creates these “sanctuary cities,” (or in the case of California Governor Brown — a sanctuary state in California.) Remember,  he wanted to send the Vietnamese refugees back in 1975.

A pregnant young woman, Kate Steinle, is murdered in cold blood. Her father witnesses this horror, cradling her in his arms as she begs him to help her.

An illegal immigrant, Jose Ines Garcia Zarate — deported four times and arrested a number of times for criminal activity — was charged. Many witnesses saw him shoot and kill Kate Steinle. This week he was acquitted of all charged.

I have to wonder how in the world this acquittal happened — with so many witnesses, including the Kate’s father. I also have to question why such a high profile criminal trial wasn’t moved out of San Francisco to a more neutral milieu.

RNC breaks Fundraising Record: President Trump Talks GOP TAX Bill Win at Fundraiser Breakfast in New York

Judicial Watch Says Trump Should Fire Mueller

The president of the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch thinks President Trump should shut down special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation after former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s guilty plea.

“Sally Yates, Andrew McCabe, and James Comey improperly targeted General Flynn. And Mueller got him. Deep State victory. [Donald Trump] should consider a pardon,” Fitton tweeted Friday. “The Mueller special counsel continues to be unconstitutional and out of control. Shut it down.”

Huey pilot spent five tours of duty in Vietnam from 1967 to 1972

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Helicopter pilot Scott Alwin, a native of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, with his UH-1 ("Huey"). Alwin spent five tours of duty in Vietnam from 1967 to 1972, serving in one of the most dangerous assignments of the war. He is believed to have clocked more air time than any other American in the war. He was awarded two bronze stars, a distinguished flying cross, a purple heart, and 70 oak leaf clusters. Alwin received a field commission to 2nd lieutenant and was promoted to captain. He resigned the commission in order to remain in flight status. Scott Alwin was killed by a drunk driver in 1976.


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Jeff Sessions after Kate Steinle verdict: 'Wouldn't take five minutes' for Senate to pass 'Kate's Law'

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