Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Alan Lomax Archive: Sam Chatmon discusses his father, a "slavery-time man."

Shot at Sam Chatmon's home, Hollandale, Mississippi, August 1978.

Alan Lomax Archive: Doodle Thrower & Golden River Grass: Mountain Dew

Does E-Verify Create a National I.D.?

Via Billy

Eagle Forum has sent out multiple emails in support of Rep. Bob Goodlatte’s (R-VA) Securing America’s Future Act (H.R. 4760). Recently, there has been quite a bit of misinformation spreading about the bill, specifically on E-Verify. Some news outlets have reported that it will create a national identification card with biometrics. That is simply not true. On page 125 of H.R. 4760, the bill retains the current statutory prohibition on the E-Verify system being used as a national identification card.
The language is as follows:


`(A) NO NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION CARD- Nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize, directly or indirectly, the issuance or use of national identification cards or the establishment of a national identification card.”

How Is It Possible The The Democrats are This Stupid?

Via comment by JWMJR on Devin Nunes to FBI: 'No surprise' to see FBI and D...


I just can't understand it. The Democrats aren't really this stupid are they? The do know that teleVISION is a visual medium right? I mean good grief every political consultant in the country and beyond knows that people key on visual perceptions much more strongly than verbal ones. Just dig up Richard Nixon and ask him how that televised debate worked out.

Seriously did nobody tell Nancy beforehand that looking like you were choking on her own bile was not a good image? Could they not figure out, especially after this year's NFL season, that sitting on their hands while the President talks about respecting our nation's flag is a visual that will be used against them? It was like the entire broadcast was a custom made opportunity for Republican video tape editors.

If all those optics weren't bad enough we then got the spectacle of the newest Kennedy iconography presenting the so-called "Democratic Response". Firstly nobody in their right mind thinks Droolin' Joe Kennedy wrote that awful speech.

Seriously at first look all I could think of was Bevis getting wasted on paint thinner. Beyond that, after lecturing us for a year or more about "toxic, white male privilege" I don't think they could picked anyone who is more of an elite, toxic, white privileged male. Just what is it about being a Kennedy that entitles you to a seat in Congress from Massachusetts or Rhode Island? Who's brilliant idea was it to pose a Kennedy in front of an apparently non functioning automobile? Beyond the hood being up the only thing missing was an empty liquor bottle, a dead body and a discarded neck brace. I'm sure I could find a rusted out old Buick for the next go round.

I can only conclude at this point that either the Democrats have gone completely brain dead or the Republicans have a mole deeply embedded on the DNC strategic planning group. Either way, it's working out brilliantly...for the Republicans.

Jim Caviezel: ‘Passion of the Christ’ Sequel Will Be ‘Biggest Film in History’

Jim Caviezel, the actor who memorably portrayed Jesus in director Mel Gibson’s 2004 blockbuster The Passion of the Christ, says that Gibson is planning a sequel that will be “the biggest film in history. It’s that good.”

The Passion is already one the biggest films in history. Fourteen years on it still holds the domestic box office record for an R-rated movie ($371 million). From Gethsemane to Golgotha, The Passion told the story of the last 12 hours of Christ’s life — his arrest, trials, torture, and crucifixion. The Faithful turned out in droves despite an unprecedented campaign within the elite media to smear a film they had not seen as anti-Semitic — which it is not.

The 49-year-old Caviezel says he is back on board to portray Jesus. The story will reportedly revolve around Christ’s resurrection. “There are things that I cannot say that will shock the audience,” he told USA Today. “It’s great. Stay tuned.”

More @ Breitbart

The Plundered South


Address by Sam H. Jones, Governor of Louisiana to the Southern Farm Bureau Training School, Monroe, La., August 18, 1943

The history of mankind relates many stories where superior military force has conquered nations of superior civilization. In the wake of overwhelming brute force the great citadels of culture and economic and social progress have fallen never to rise again. Egypt, Byzantium, Greece and Rome are but comparatively modern examples of these uncommendable sporadic outbreaks that unfortunately have characterized the course of mankind—and littered the rugged pathway of civilization’s struggle upward.

But here in America, for more than a hundred years, we have witnessed and lived through a more refined version of the same process—a process that has for its purpose the reduction of the fairest portion of our country to the permanent status of a conquered province—and the thwarting even of the laws of nature to perpetuate this unthinkable injustice. For more than a hundred years the Southern part of the United States has been the victim of a studied plan to overcome its superior economic advantages and reduce it to a state of economic vassalage.

ICE chief rips liberals: 'Sick and tired' of them trashing border cops

Via Billy

Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan blasted Congress on Wednesday for its decades-long failure to fix the root causes of illegal immigration, and warned against giving Democrats an extension of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program without real border security measures.

"If we get a clean DACA bill, shame on all of us. You can’t address DACA and reward people that brought children here illegally and not address underlying reasons of DACA," Homan told around 200 ICE officers, Border Patrol agents, and Department of Homeland Security officials here at the Border Security Expo on Wednesday.

He said the time for "kicking this can down the road" has passed.

Devin Nunes to FBI: 'No surprise' to see FBI and DOJ's 'spurious objections' to allowing public to see FISA memo

 Earlier Wednesday, the FBI said it has

The clash between House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., and the FBI continued to simmer on Wednesday when the California Republican said that once “the truth gets out” about the classified memo his staff put together, “we can begin taking steps to ensure our intelligence agencies and courts are never misused like this again.”

In a statement, Nunes said it is “no surprise” to see the FBI and Department of Justice “issue spurious objections to allowing the American people to see information related to surveillance abuses at these agencies.”

And Yes It Still Stinks.

Via comment by JWMJR  on Rep. Devin Nunes digs up dirt on Democrats’ snoopi...


Nobody really expects the political operative careerists at the FBI or the DOJ to just give up and go away without a very nasty fight. As the scandle gets deeper and deeper it's now looking like Andrew McCabe is being set up as the fall guy, or more like the public is being set  up to accept him as the fall guy so that the rest of the bad actors can escape with their positions, power and pensions intact so as to continue to wage behind the scenes warfare against the President.

I have no doubt that McCabe has been told to fall on his sword in exchange for escaping prosecution and a fat numbered bank account somewhere untraceable.

Video: Idiots React to Trump’s State of the Union

Boeing wins $1.1 billion bonanza from GOP tax overhaul

Boeing, the planemaker behind one of the world’s most widely used single-aisle jets as well as the aircraft flown by U.S. presidents, received a $1.1 billion windfall from tax cuts approved late last year.

The gain was primarily due to a reduction in tax liabilities from previous years, which will be lower under the new top corporate rate of 21 percent than under the previous levy of 35 percent, the Chicago-based company said Wednesday. That helped boost net income 92 percent to $3.13 billion in the three months through December, building on delivery of a record 209 commercial jetliners, including the revamped and more fuel-efficient single-aisle 737.

The tax cuts will enable Boeing to spend $300 million in targeted areas including staff training and "workplace of the future" upgrades, CEO Dennis Muilenburg told reporters, with more investments to come.

Reporter tells 'Fire and Fury' author Michael Wolff to remove him from book's acknowledgments

Via Billy

 Jonathan Swan

Jonathan Swan, a White House reporter for Axios in Washington, D.C., told Michael Wolff, author of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, to remove his name from future printed editions of the sensational book.

Swan said in a tweet Wednesday, "Hey @MichaelWolffNYC: it must be fun to write and say whatever you want under the banner of 'non-fiction,' with zero fact-checking or basic decency. I have no idea why you put me in your author acknowledgments but please remove my name for the next edition."

Trump Supporting Italian Populist Leader: Islam Endangers Italy, Vows to Fortify Borders


Italian populist Lega leader Matteo Salvini has named Islam as one of the greatest threats to Italy and has promised to not only carry out deportations of illegals but secure all aspects of the Italian border on land and sea.

Salvini, who hopes to best his coalition partner Forza Italia in the national election in March and become prime minister, made the explosive remarks in an interview with Italian newspaper il Giornale this week.

More @ Breitbart

Pollster Zogby: Trump brought 'A game,' boosted GOP 2018 chances, 2020 re-election

Via Billy

President Donald Trump wraps up his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

In an unusually positive review, Democratic pollster John Zogby said that President Trump brought his “A game” to the State of the Union Address and bolstered chances that the GOP will retain control of Congress in the midterm elections and maybe his own re-election odds.

“He hit a solid triple tonight. If he can sustain this message and tone, he will cross home plate standing up,” blogged Zogby, who co-authors our weekly White House Report Card.

FBI officials review surveillance memo, could not cite 'any factual inaccuracies'

 House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif. is pursued by reporters as he arrives for a weekly meeting of the Republican Conference with House Speaker Paul Ryan and the GOP leadership, Tuesday, March 28, 2017, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Nunes is facing growing calls to step away from the panel's Russia investigation as revelations about a secret source meeting on White House grounds raised questions about his and the panel's independence. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Two senior FBI officials have now reviewed a controversial Republican staff memo alleging abuses of government surveillance programs during the 2016 presidential campaign, a source familiar with the matter told Fox News – adding that the officials “could not point to any factual inaccuracies.”

The two officials – one from the bureau’s counterintelligence division and the other from the legal division – followed up after an initial review of the memo during a rare Sunday trip to Capitol Hill by FBI Director Christopher Wray. 

More @ Fox

Rep. Devin Nunes digs up dirt on Democrats’ snooping on Trump

Via Billy

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, March 24, 2017. Nunes said Friday that Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman for President Donald Trump, volunteered to be interviewed by committee members. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Through targeted subpoenas and threatening letters, Rep. Devin Nunes has forced into the open a fuller story of how the Obama administration investigated suspected Russian ties to the Trump campaign and monitored people connected to the presidential candidate.

The White House now has in its hands Mr. Nunes‘ latest revelation: his top-secret, four-page memo outlining supposed abuses in the Justice Department during months of Trump surveillance.

Whether it was how the FBI used a Democrat-financed dossier or why the special counsel fired his top FBI agent or how many Trump associates were “unmasked” in wiretap spying, Mr. Nunes has unearthed facts that otherwise likely would have remained hidden.

Out Maneuvering The Enemy.

Via comment by JWMJR on A Tremendous Performance By President Trump

 Democrats deciding how to best show their commitment to hating Trump.
President Trump's State of the Union address last night showed that in but a single year he has transitioned from a brilliant tactician on the campaign trail to a thorough master of Presidential politics. Throughout his speech he had the Democrats, particularly Nancy Pelosi looking like they were choking on their own bile as bit by bit he out flanked them.

Viewers approve of Trump's first State of the Union address = 75% - 25%



Views of the speech


Three in four Americans who tuned in to President Trump's State of the Union address tonight approved of the speech he gave. Just a quarter disapproved.

How did the speech make you feel? 

Eight in 10 Americans who watched tonight felt that the president was trying to unite the country, rather than divide it.  Two-thirds said the speech made them feel proud, though just a third said it made them feel safer.  Fewer said the speech made them feel angry or scared.

More @ CBS

Virginia General Assembly kills legislation to let cities remove Confederate statues

Recycled talking points from Republican Ed Gillespie's gubernatorial campaign weren't enough to save legislation to make it easier for Virginia localities to decide the fate of their Confederate statues.
Early Wednesday morning, a House of Delegates subcommittee overwhelmingly voted down a series of bills to facilitate the removal or relocation of Confederate monuments.

Because another panel already voted down a similar bill in the Senate, Wednesday's vote means that Virginia, a state steeped in Civil War history that has more Confederate monuments than anywhere else in the country, won't be getting rid of its memorials to the Lost Cause any time soon.

Search warrant document names 2nd ‘person of interest’ in Las Vegas shooting

Via Billy

A judge on Tuesday unsealed nearly 300 pages of search warrant records, including one document that publicly identified for the first time an additional “person of interest” in the Oct. 1 massacre on the Las Vegas Strip.

“Until the investigation can rule otherwise, Marilou Danley and Douglas Haig have become persons of interest who may have conspired with Stephen Paddock to commit Murder with a Deadly Weapon,” according to the Metropolitan Police Department document, which was prepared in October.

Concealed Carrie Makes Fashionable Purses, Totes, Briefcases for Women – SHOT Show 2018

Sometimes off-body carry is the only way to conceal a pistol. A purse, backpack or briefcase are all viable carry solutions.

During the 2018 SHOT Show, I had a chance to talk to Leslie Deets, the owner of Concealed Carrie.

Concealed Carrie makes a line of totes, clutches, satchels, and briefcases. She also makes wallets, universal holsters, and accessories geared towards concealed carry, mostly targeting the female consumer. Perusing her booth, Leslie’s concealed carry solutions appeared to be fashionable, well-thought-out and very high quality.

Charlottesville Defendants Update

Via Nancy


Dennis Motherbaugh, after a temporary failure in his planned transportation plans was overcome when a White rights supporter voluntarily offered up their family’s rent money in order to buy him a bus ticket home, is out of jail finally and done with the travesty of justice which took place, and is still taking place, in Charlottesville.

James Alex Fields, the driver whose car was assaulted, causing him to lose control and hit some anti-White protesters unlawfully blocking traffic in the street, is still being held awaiting trial.

Richard Preston, 52, faces charges of discharging a weapon within 1000 feet of a school (which was  not in session at the time, as August 12th, 2017 was a Saturday) for firing a warning shot at a black terrorist using an improvised flamethrower against unarmed Whites.

Tyler Watkins Davis, 49, has been arrested in Florida on a warrant out of Charlottesville for defending himself against Deandre Harris, who was recently pulled over for speeding while out on bond for assault himself and found to be in possession of illegal drugs and a loaded, chambered AR-15 concealed in the back seat of his car.

Jacob Goodwin, who turned 23 in jail, is expecting another bail hearing in the near future.

Jacob Goodwin
#634728, 160 Peregory Ln, Charlottesville, VA 22902

The  next trial dates will be in  March. Jacob’s lawyer plans on asking for bail once again, based on Deandre Harris’s medical records which show that no physical injuries were sustained by Mr. Harris through his brief contact with Mr. Goodwin. Therefore, the state’s charge of ‘Malicious Wounding’ has no legal basis on which to continue. Depending on what level of bail is set, Jacob’s parents MAY have enough to have him let out to stay with a local member of the community. If a high bail is set, they do not. However, the monthly house arrest fee which is expected to accompany such a release until Jacob’s trial begins in May will be very expensive, around $400 per month. Your donations to help with this next stage of Jacob’s legal battle are greatly appreciated. You may use a credit or debit card or paypal to donate here, or you can send concealed cash or checks made out to “Goodwin” to: 13952 Libby Lane, Ward, Arkansas, 72176
You can also make direct contributions to Jacob’s canteen fund, to help him get better food, toiletries, and other small luxury items, here.

Thank you for continuing to pray for the Charlottesville defendants, and for your continued support of their families.

A Tremendous Performance By President Trump

Via John

Tonight’s State of the Union speech was a triumph for President Trump. The speech was excellent, and Trump knew it cold and delivered it effectively.

The president began with a recitation of his administration’s achievements that was truly impressive.

Trump emphasized, appropriately, the remarkable gains our economy has made in just one year.

The president’s reception by most in the House chamber was rapturous, which must have been an eye-opener for some who watched. For the Democrats, the optics were very bad. They ostentatiously refused to stand or even applaud, even in response to the least controversial passages in Trump’s speech. One of the most striking visuals was of the Democrats’ Black Caucus refusing to stand for, or even applaud, the lowest African-American unemployment rate in history.

The Democrat's  Black Pouting Caucus

More @ Powerline

Vietnam: 2017 Bombings



If looks could kill. :) Many have stated that the WWII German army had the sharpest uniforms in history, well I'll vote the Communist Vietnamese ones as the ugliest. 

According to the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam, the organization has bombed 320 gasoline vehicles at a police car depot in Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai province on April 8, 2017; petrol bombs at the garage and gateway to International Airport Tan Son Nhat on April 22, 2017; Investigating and planning fire and explosion of offices of public authorities and some factories and factories which have been blocked by Vietnamese authorities.

More @ Nguoi Viet

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Tucker Carlson - 1/30/18: The Memo

Via Daily Timewaster

On the Brink of War


A review of Shearer Davis Bowman, At the Precipice: Americans North and South during the Secession Crisis, (University of North Carolina Press, 2010).

Shearer Davis Bowman presents a comprehensive view of the events leading to the secession of the southern states. Bowman (p. 12) explores “what Americans on the eve of the Civil War believe[d] about themselves and the world around them.”

One of the great strengths of the book is that Bowman includes perspectives from people from multiple backgrounds: northern and southern, famous and obscure, wealthy men and yeomen, men and women. The result is a fairly balanced and comprehensive narrative, not the usual morality tale of good northerners and bad southerners. Bowman notes (p. 64) that historian Robert Cook observed that white Iowans “had little affection for slavery, but even less for black people themselves.”

Bowman argues that this applies to white northerners in general. Bowman cites Edward L. Ayers’ comparative study of Augusta County, Virginia and Franklin County, Pennsylvania, in which Ayers observes that “despite the high-flying rhetoric about justice,” neither the Democratic nor the Republican Party “displayed any sympathy toward their black neighbors.”

Bowman explains the blundering generation thesis (p. 30), when he writes that:

Why Do We Behave Like Our Ancestors?

New Twilight Zone Pilot Set In Real World

Via Billy

Five Immigration Facts Americans Should Hear About in Tonight’s State of the Union Address

Via Mike

Tonight is President Trump’s first official State of the Union address. Article II, Section 3 of the United States Constitution mandates that the president “shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.”

Since Woodrow Wilson, presidents predominately use this speech to publicly share their vision on issues currently facing the nation. Tonight, Americans are likely to hear about a wide range of topics such as infrastructure, foreign policy, healthcare, and immigration.

Immigration is still one of the biggest issues that the United States faces, and frustration with the system under President Obama was a primary reason why Donald Trump was elected president.

Therefore, it makes sense that it should be one of the primary focuses in his speech tonight.

While there are many things Trump could educate the American people about concerning immigration, here are five things people need to know about the state of the immigration system in America today:

Trump Defends 2nd Amendment Against Piers Morgan: If Vegas Killer Had No Gun, ‘He Would Have a Bomb’

 Trump, Piers Morgan

During an interview with MailOnline contributor Piers Morgan, President Trump defended the Second Amendment by suggesting that if the Las Vegas attacker had lacked a firearm he “would have a bomb.”

Trump’s defense of the Second Amendment on January 28  was part of his overarching contention that “sick people,” rather than guns, are the problem.

More @ Breitbart

Democrats panic over avalanche of good economic news

Democrats sound plain silly as they continue to attack the GOP tax cuts.

Former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) said at a recent town hall that $1,000 bonuses “wouldn’t go very far,” and they were taxable, so it wouldn’t really be $1,000 after all. Amazingly, she also said she hadn’t heard of any bonuses bigger than $1,000.

Is she really that out of touch? As Fox Business host Charles Payne noted in a tweet, Wasserman Schultz represents a district where the median household income is $50,000. Does she think her constituents wouldn’t welcome a $1,000 windfall?

More @ The Hill

Kristol:Just another neocon man


Reading Bill Kristol’s latest emasculated flail of a troll — the desperation, the manipulation, the intellectual dishonesty, the mind and word games, the cuddling with evil at NBC News — it all took me back to early 1985, to a guy I knew who ended up in prison.

More @ Breitbart

Agriculture chief Sonny Perdue is 'designated survivor' for Trump's State of the Union

 Agriculture chief Sonny Perdue is 'designated survivor' for Trump's State of the Union

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue is the “designated survivor” for President Trump’s first State of the Union speech.

A White House spokesman confirmed to The Hill that Perdue will not be present for the address Tuesday night, instead spending it in a secure location.

For every State of the Union or presidential address to a joint session of Congress, a Cabinet member is chosen to sit out as a precaution for an incident such as an attack on the Capitol.

Perdue, a former GOP governor of Georgia, was tapped to lead the Department of Agriculture by Trump last January.

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin was the designated survivor for Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress in 2017.

The secretary of Agriculture is ninth in the line of succession for the presidency.

SCV wins injunction against Memphis

Via Billy

We have achieved another great victory today, but the fight is not over.

In a Chancery Court ruling this afternoon in Nashville, the court ruled in favor of the SCV and granted the Restraining Order and Injunction against the city of Memphis and Memphis Greenspace in regard to the 3 stolen Confederate memorial statues.

With this ruling neither the city nor Greenspace can remove, sell, destroy, move, etc, or otherwise disturb the 3 statues and must maintain and safeguard them pending further legal action by the SCV.

Much more to come.

Thank you for your resolve and continued financial support.

Lee Millar
Forrest Camp 215
Fighting for Gen'l Forrest

2013: All Senate Dems voted to build border fence, kill visa lottery, end chain migration

Via Billy

All Senate Democrats united with two independent senators in 2013 to push through a comprehensive immigration reform plan to build a border fence and end “chain migration” and the visa lottery, positions they now oppose because they are in President Trump’s immigration package.

Led by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, 52 Democrats and two independents OK’d the legislation.

It called for “no fewer than 700 miles” of border fencing.

It also included a section detailing the end of the diversity visa, a lottery for green cards meant to diversify the U.S. immigrant population.

Steve Scalise Tells Illegal Immigrants To ‘Get In Line Like Everybody Else’

 Steve Scalise talks illegal immigration on Fox & Friends 1-30-18

Republican Congressman Steve Scalise told illegal immigrants to “get in line” and wait their turn as Congress works to secure the southern border, Tuesday on “Fox & Friends.”

“We always forget America has the most generous immigration laws already. We let a million people in our country legally. Get in line like everybody else,” Scalise said. “And I think that’s a really good answer. You can stay here while you are doing it.”

More with video @ The Daily Caller

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Trey Gowdy: Release of FISA Abuse Memo Will be 'Embarrassing' for Adam Schiff

House Speaker Paul Ryan Addresses Intelligence Memo Process Questions…

The House of Representatives GOP leadership team held a press briefing earlier today.  During the Q&A Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, was asked about the House Intelligence Committee memo that has been released to the Executive Branch.The full presser is below.

The memo remarks by Speaker Ryan occur at 15:00 of the video.  Notice the appropriate, constitutional, and purposeful explanation of the process.  The executive branch (President Trump) and legislative branch (Ryan, Nunes, etc.) are continuing to emphasize the structural framework of U.S. government, and the seperation of powers therein, to return the rule of law during the Trump administration.  This is NOT accidental. [Video prompted to start @15:00]

Strzok, Page and the FBI texting scandal explained

Via Billy


Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election has been clouded by revelations that two former members of his team sent negative text messages about President Trump.

In the messages, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who were romantically involved, bash Trump and discuss concerns about being too tough on Hillary Clinton during an investigation into the use of her private email server. The pair exchanged some 50,000 text messages throughout the presidential election and first year of the Trump administration, many of them with anti-Trump sentiments.

Here’s a look at who exchanged the text messages, and who will leave the FBI.

More @ Fox

DiGenova: Comey-McCabe Era 'Worst Period In FBI History'

Via Billy

Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova said the FBI has experienced "the worst period in the history of the bureau" in the time since President Trump's election.

DiGenova said the public suspicions of political misconduct by top agency officials combined with the abrupt departure of Deputy Director Andrew McCabe "truly saddened" him.

"This is quite a disgraceful moment for the bureau," diGenova said, calling this time "much worse than the late [J. Edgar] Hoover period."

More with video @ Fox

$outhern Poverty Law Center, under fire from conservatives, is branching out to college campuses

THOUGHT CRIMINAL: NYU Diversity Equity Inclusion Committee Condemns Prof for Structure of Thinking

California politician will seek sale ban on Elon Musk’s Boring Company flamethrower

Via John

Elon Musk’s plan to sell 20,000 people a $500 flamethrower branded with the name of his Los Angeles-based tunnel-digging venture, The Boring Company, has hit a roadblock. In a statement issued today and published on Twitter by Los Angeles Times report Liam Dillon, California Assemblyman Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) said he intends to introduce legislation that would prevent Musk’s company from selling the flamethrower to the public, at least in the state of California.

More @ The Verge

Bone chilling speech about threat of Islam & "I am a racist"

Via Tom


Monday, January 29, 2018

"The Secret Society"

Via Ol' Remus

1934. Near Norris Dam site, Tennessee 

  FBI, Boston Herald - The “Secret Society,” as the plotters call themselves, is now desperately trying to cover up how they attempted to rig a presidential election on behalf of the most corrupt candidate in American history, Hillary Clinton, using Kremlin-generated disinformation that Hillary Clinton paid millions for to violate the civil rights of American citizens. And now the G-men claim they’ve “lost” the evidence, just like the Deep State “lost” Hillary Clinton’s 33,000 emails and IRS crook Lois Lerner’s hard drive. It’s time to put the FBI out of business, throw as many of these corrupt G-men into prison as possible, raze the J. Edgar Hoover Office Building in D.C.

Linkfest January 29, 2018


Trump in Davos: 'The Single-Best Anti-Poverty Program Is a Very Beautiful Paycheck'


On Friday morning, President Donald Trump delivered a powerful speech to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He encouraged foreign countries and businesses to invest in America, and explained why the future has never been brighter for the United States.

Here are 5 gems from his speech.

More @ PJ Media


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"We will never forget. We will never forgive. We will never submit."

Via Susan

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After spending the day cleaning up our page of vulgar, hate-filled, and profane comments from monument haters, I am reflecting on a truth that is absolute, but not universally acknowledged. Those that attack us, our monuments, and our Confederate ancestors are almost ALWAYS left wing, Godless radicals, who hate us because our heritage is deeply rooted in our Christian faith. A quick peek at their social media profile will almost ALWAYS reveal a liberal who hates everything conservative and is still throwing a temper tantrum over the fact that Trump won the election. 

Because WE put him there, they decided to go after what they knew would hurt us the most...our history and heritage...our kin.

Top 10 Cities by Homeless Population All Have Something in Common

 Infographic: The U.S. Cities With The Most Homeless People | Statista

Reality doesn’t care about politics. No matter how good a policy or political program looks on paper, the ultimate test is whether it actually works in real life.

There are plenty of “good intentions” that turn into disasters. It’s the job of the entire country to take a hard look at real-life results, and avoid denial when the evidence shows that something might be wrong.

One piece of that evidence is homelessness. It’s not a comfortable topic, but living on the street is an unfortunate reality for over a half-milion Americans. If you listen to the left, it’s greedy, money-grabbing Republicans who hurt the poor — but what does actual reality show us?

FBI Deputy Director McCabe ‘Removed’ Day After Bureau Reads Memo

Via Billy

 FBI Deputy Director McCabe 'Removed' Day After Bureau Reads Memo

Memo said to reveal corruption, collusion between Obama admin, Clintons and Justice Department


FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has been “removed” from the bureau following FBI Chief Christopher Wray reading the secret FISA memo alleging wrongdoing by the Justice Department and Obama administration.

McCabe’s roles in both the Clinton email investigation and Russia probe came into question after it was reported last week that he, in addition to former Director James Comey and Rod Rosenstein, is named in the 4-page memo drafted by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) alleging “shocking” revelations of collusion and corruption.

McCabe’s removal comes the day after acting FBI Director Christopher Wray read the memo on Capitol Hill on Sunday.

Donald Trump Jr. sparred with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Twitter over the suspicious timing of McCabe’s departure.

“Yeah right, that’s why he stepped down a day after the FBI saw the FISA memo and the day the House votes on its release. Sure. That’s it,” Trump tweeted Monday. “Now the other media sheep have their talking points. Go spread the gospel. Who do you think you’re kidding at this point?”

More @ Info Wars

Sectionalism Returns


Recently Michael S. Greve of George Mason University Law School wrote an insightful article which contends that sectionalism has reared its head again. This new sectionalism is dividing the states along the lines of economic interests, which also happen to be aligning nicely with current ideological and partisan fault lines as well. Professor Greve rightly points out that the states are in a war to see who can impose the most and the highest “rival costs” upon their sister states.  Greve views this new emergence of sectionalism as hopeful, the only way perhaps that one can limit the power of the central government in a federal republic.  He is further encouraged that the new sectionalism is not about “race” anymore, though I have a few cousins-in-law in blue states who might disagree.  Nevertheless, Greve’s article chronicles well how the limitation on the SALT deduction has brought the issue of sectionalism once more to the fore.

McConnell: ‘2017 Was the Best Year for Conservatives in the 30 Years that I’ve Been Here’

During an interview broadcast on Monday’s edition of the Fox News Channel’s “Daily Briefing,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said 2017 was the best year for conservatives in the 30 years that he’s been in Washington, and the Trump administration has been a “very solid, conservative, right of center, pro-business administration.”

McConnell said, “2017 was the best year for conservatives in the 30 years that I’ve been here. The best year. On all fronts. And a lot of people are shocked. Because we didn’t know what we were getting with Donald Trump. He was doing fundraisers for Chuck Schumer three or four years ago.

But this has turned out to be a very solid, conservative, right of center, pro-business administration.

And we’re seeing the results of it.”

House Intelligence Committee Votes to Release the FBI Memo

 Devin Nunes


The House Intelligence Committee voted Monday to release a classified memo to the public detailing alleged abuse by senior Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigations officials in their investigation of the Trump campaign.

The committee voted on a party line, according to the Ranking Member Adam Schiff (D-CA), who gave a press conference after the decision.

President Trump now has five days to object to it. White House lawyer Ty Cobb told Politico in a statement:
“No decision will be made on the release unless and until the Congress, after the required vote, provides it to the White House.

“There it will be subjected to appropriate and serious review before a decision is made.
The President strongly favors transparency for the American people and has urged the Executive Branch to cooperate with Congress to the fullest extent appropriate.”
The memo reportedly details — among other things — how senior officials abused FISA to obtain a surveillance warrant on Trump foreign policy campaign adviser Carter Page.

NC: Comment on the Relocation of Monuments

Via Jonathan
Earl L Ijames, Curator NC Museum of History speaks on NC blacks: slaves, free, slave owners, and Confederate soldiers, facts they don't teach you in school. BT

At their Sept. 22, 2017 meeting, the N.C. Historical Commission voted to postpone until their April 2018 meeting any decision regarding a petition from the N.C. Department of Administration to relocate three Confederate monuments from the State Capitol grounds in Raleigh to the Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site in Four Oaks, N.C. The commission voted to appoint a committee from commission members to study the issue and seek advice and legal opinions from appropriate entities. Original motion establishing committee

Members of the public may submit comments regarding the relocation of these monuments using the form below. All comments are subject to release under the N.C. Public Records Law


How Trump’s Immigration Proposal Could Be Trouble for Democrats


The latest White House immigration proposal seems to be going nowhere fast. As laid out by the famously restrictionist White House adviser Stephen Miller, it offers DACA-type protections and even a “path to citizenship” for 1.8 million Dreamers — more than double the number covered by President Obama’s DACA program. But, in exchange, the deal would involve significantly beefed-up border security and internal-enforcement resources, as well as big changes to the legal immigration system. Hard-core conservatives (including Miller’s boon companions at Breitbart News) hate the “amnesty” offer. Immigration advocates hate everything about it except for the Dreamer protections. Both Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi rejected the proposal out of hand.

More @ NY Mag

Cartridge Showdown: 9mm Versus .45 ACP


“Trying to stop a bad guy with a nine mm is like trying to stop a charging buffalo with a twenty-two. Might as well use a fly-swatter”. Such statements were common when I was a kid, and at the time there was some truth to them. Many experienced shooters, veterans, and L.E. officers still preferred the hard-hitting .45 ACP, (Automatic Colt Pistol) to the 9mm with its smaller, lighter and more streamlined projectile. Their opinions were founded on the battlefield and in the streets, and it was hard to argue with them.

More @ Guns America

When Your Government Has Gone Rogue…

A California city is launching the first US experiment in basic income — meet the 27-year-old mayor behind it

Via John

Stockton, California made national news last October when it announced it would host the first US experiment in basic income, a system of wealth distribution in which people receive a standard salary just for being alive.

The plan, spearheaded by Stockton's 27-year-old mayor, Michael Tubbs, will likely begin sometime in August 2018 and involve at least 100 people of varying income levels getting $500 a month for three years.

Ever since it declared bankruptcy in 2012, Stockton has been in recovery-mode, and Tubbs sees basic income — a growing topic of discussion around the world over the past couple years — as one way to rehabilitate the city.

More @ AOL

Donald Trump Jr mocks Hillary Clinton's Grammys appearance: 'Great consolation' for losing election & ratings hit all time low

Via Billy

Hillary Clinton appears on screen reading an excerpt from the book

Donald Trump Jr. mocked Hillary Clinton’s appearance at the Grammys reading an excerpt of controversial book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House as “a great consolation prize for losing the presidency.”

“Getting to read a #fakenews book excerpt at the Grammys seems like a great consolation prize for losing the presidency. #GrammyAwards,” Trump Jr. tweeted Sunday night.

New Book: McCabe Initiated White House Meeting That Led To Leak

 New Book: McCabe Initiated White House Meeting That Led To Leak

This story gives a glimpse into how the original Russia narrative may have been spread around to overly compliant journalists and other members of the 'resistance.'

The FBI’s top brass initiated conversations with a White House official that were quickly leaked to CNN, according to a new book.

Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe asked to speak privately with White House chief of staff Reince Priebus following a February 2017 intelligence briefing. The scene is described in “Media Madness,” Howard Kurtz’s new book on the press and its relationship with the Trump administration. McCabe said he asked for the meeting to tell Priebus that “everything” in a New York Times story authored by Michael S. Schmidt, Mark Mazzetti, and Matt Apuzzo was “bullsh-t.”

The FBI's deputy director is stepping down

PHOTO: FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is escorted by U.S. Capitol Police before a meeting with members of the Oversight and Government Reform and Judiciary committees in Washington, Dec. 21, 2017.

Two government officials familiar with the matter confirm to ABC News that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is stepping down immediately. 

He had long been expected to retire from government in March, when he was eligible to receive his benefits for his years of service. Now, he is vacating his post atop the FBI and taking time away from the agency — but he will technically remain an employee of the bureau until his official retirement in March.

And the award for most sexist, misogynist bunch of vile hypocrites goes to… the Grammys

Via Billy

Powerful: Kesha was joined by Cindy Lauper and Camilla Cabello for an emotional Grammys performance of her song 'Praying' -  which deals with the effects of the abuse she suffered at the hands of 'Dr Luke' Gottwald

There was no doubting the highlight of last night’s Grammys.

It came when Kesha gave an emotional performance of her single “Praying”, about the alleged sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her former producer ‘Dr Luke’ Gottwald.

She was introduced by Janelle Monae who delivered a powerful speech to the star-studded audience.

‘We say time’s up for pay inequality, discrimination or harassment of any kind,’ Monae declared, ‘and the abuse of power.’

More @ Daily Mail

Golden boy Robert Mueller's forgotten surveillance crime spree

Via Billy

Golden boy Robert Mueller's forgotten surveillance crime spree

When Robert Mueller was appointed last May as Special Counsel to investigate Trump, Politico Magazine gushed that “Mueller might just be America’s straightest arrow — a respected, nonpartisan and fiercely apolitical public servant whose only lifetime motivation has been the search for justice.” 

Most of the subsequent press coverage has shown nary a doubt about Mueller’s purity. But, during his 11 years as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Mueller’s agency routinely violated federal law and the Bill of Rights.

More @ The Hill

Trump Trolls The Fools For Fools Once Again

Via comment by JWMJR  on Trump: Amnesty Offer Intended to Expose Democratic...

Recall if you will the psychic meltdown in the conservative blogosphere when the President said he would sign a bi-partisan immigration bill during the White House meeting with staff and Congressional leaders. The screams of "betrayal" were all but deafening. Recall also how those concerns disappeared in the wake of little Dickey Durbin's "shithole countries" accusations.

If Trump did say it or something like it, it was a rhetorical move that was played perfectly. Twits like Durbin and the talking head fools were guaranteed to jump on it and totally miss that their phony outrage exposed their total lack of interest in finding any real solution to the immigration problem. In short Trump trolled them.

Subsequently there was of course no actual bi-partisan proposal to come out of Congress. The extremest elements would never have allowed one to come to a vote never mind pass. The President cast out the bait.

Sunday, January 28, 2018

10 Things You Don't Know About The M1 Carbine

Intolerance at Cornell: After my Fox News appearance, bullying and threats began. It got so bad I sought counseling.

Many found it acceptable to be hateful toward me because they perceived me as ‘hateful’

It is difficult to express conservative views as a college student without being called names, attacked personally, or even threatened by peers. I know because I’ve lived it.

The worst came after I appeared on Fox News in May to voice alarm over a new course at my Ivy League institution that deeply criticized Donald Trump while venerating Barack Obama.

“Based on the syllabus it doesn’t seem like a fair conversation,” I said about the new government course offered this past fall at Cornell called “America Confronts the World.” The syllabus accused Trump of xenophobic nationalism while describing Obama as a pragmatic cosmopolitan