Sunday, September 30, 2018

Jessica Chambers case: Jurors deliberating the fate of Quinton Tellis

Via Greg "With all the “fake news” reporting on the “fake crime”, this just slips away."

 Defendant Quinton Tellis (middle) looks on as the jury goes to deliberate his case, as his defense attorneys Alton Peterson (left) and Darla Palmer (right) confer on the sixth day of his retrial in Batesville, Mississippi on Sunday, September 30, 2018. Tellis is charged with burning 19-year-old Jessica Chambers to death almost three years ago on Dec. 6, 2014. Tellis has pleaded not guilty to the murder.

Jurors in Quinton Tellis' capital murder decided to resume deliberations Monday after 4½ hours spent Sunday behind closed doors weighing the evidence.

The jury from Oktibbeha County began deliberations at 2:35 p.m. Sunday following six days of testimony in a second trial nearly a year after the first that ended in a hung jury. Their work began following testimony in the morning from three defense witnesses, a prosecution rebuttal witness and roughly two hours of closing arguments from the two sides.

The judge called jurors into court for a progress report shortly before 7. The forewoman said they’re making progress but need ”a little more time.”

Dinner was ordered as jurors continued deliberations. 

Deliberations continued until around 7:30 p.m. and are set to resume at 9 a.m. Monday.

Virgil: We’ve Seen this Craziness Before–An Ancient Historian Tells Us How How It Ends

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Can American public life get any crazier?  Get any more circus-like?  Any more gladiatorial combat-like?   It seems that all we see and read about these days are accusations, investigations, confrontations—and, as Brett Kavanaugh put it, “character assassinations.” 

Welcome to the Jungle

Indeed, the fight over Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination provides a snapshot of the national maelstrom.   As Kavanaugh said in his September 28 hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, “This has been a calculated and orchestrated political hit . . . My family and my name have been totally and permanently destroyed . . . This confirmation process has become a national disgrace.”

Vietnam '65

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9/13/1965-Qui Nhon, South Vietnam- Lieutenant Kathleen Rockwell, 23, of Alexandria, Virginia, an army nurse, leans on the shoulder of her husband, Lieutenant Richard Rockwell, 23, of New York City. Kathleen managed to get herself transferred here to be with her husband, arriving last week in time to get a field hospital set up, only to discover that Richard was being sent back to the front lines at Cam Ranh Bay.


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Newt Gingrich: Blue wave of liberal cash from California and New York flooding Georgia governor's race

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You’ve probably heard a lot about the supposed blue wave the political elite are predicting for the election cycle. I’m confident Republicans will keep control of the House and the Senate, but a different kind of blue wave is currently washing across several states.

It’s a blue wave of liberal funding.

A massive flow of money from liberal donors in California and New York is pouring into traditionally Republican states and districts. We first saw this blue wave of cash during the special elections held to replace the Congressmen and Senators who were appointed to the Trump Administration. The most notable was the race between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff in my old district, the 6th District of Georgia.

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Antifa podcast host discusses “easily concealable” guns and “assassination”

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The co-host of the far-left podcast, The Guillotine, recently took to Twitter to brainstorm with his 5K+ followers about the best way to organize an armed insurrection. “Dr. Bones” (@Ole_Bonsey) asked “Hey quick little question for military minded lefties: should leftists train/organize in a “insurgent” focus where they blend into a civilian population for potential attacks or a more “militia” structure focused on holding/maintaining turf?”

'Where Is Your Integrity?' Pirro Rips Dems for 'Hypocrisy' in Kavanaugh Hearing

President Trump Fires Warning Shot to Democrats Obstructing Kavanaugh “Stay Tuned and Watch!”

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Wow! Just starting to hear the Democrats, who are only thinking Obstruct and Delay, are starting to put out the word that the “time” and “scope” of FBI looking into Judge Kavanaugh and witnesses is not enough. Hello! For them, it will never be enough - stay tuned and watch!

GoFundMe For Christine Blasey Ford Raises Nearly Half A Million

As though she's destitute.

Christine Blasey Ford has raised more than $477,000 as of Friday morning.

GoFundMe set up for the Palo Alto professor is reaching the half-million dollar mark.

Boy, 13, attacked by shark off Southern California coast The boy "sustained traumatic injuries to the upper torso area" in the attack off an Encinitas beach.

Via Michael 

A 13-year-old boy was critically injured and flown to a hospital by helicopter after being attacked Saturday by a shark off the coast of Encinitas, California, officials said.

The boy, who was not identified, "sustained traumatic injuries to the upper torso area” in the 6:55 a.m. incident near Beacon's Beach, said Encinitas Lifeguard Capt. Larry Giles. A spokesman for Rady Children's Hospital said he was in critical condition and would undergo surgery Saturday afternoon.

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Johnson ups the pressure as UK's May gathers fractious party

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Many potential successors inside and outside her cabinet will address delegates this week, notably Boris Johnson, who quit as foreign minister in July over May's Brexit plan (AFP Photo/Ian KINGTON)

British Prime Minister Theresa May and her allies called for unity Sunday after former colleague Boris Johnson hijacked the opening of their Conservative party's annual conference with another attack on the government's Brexit plan.

Former foreign minister Johnson, long tipped as a successor to May, used a newspaper interview to condemn her plan for close economic ties with the EU as "deranged" and "preposterous".

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Way Down South In Dixie! (Mississippi)

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Officials: Swimming OK at more N.C. beaches

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In the aftermath of Florence, officials say bacteria are at levels safe for swimming along some North Carolina beaches.

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Trump blasts NBC story, says FBI should interview 'whoever they deem appropriate' & suggests Feinstein leaked letter from Kavanaugh accuser

Sen. Lindsey Graham promised Sunday he'll "to get to the bottom of" the FBI investigation into the sexual assault allegations leveled against Judge Brett Kavanaugh and said that his own investigation into how the Democrats have handled the Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation hearings has only just begun.

President Trump on Saturday evening clarified the parameters for an FBI investigation he ordered into the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Previous media reports said the FBI probe would be limited in how many accusers the agency would interview regarding Kavanaugh’s past – but the president wrote Saturday that he had placed no such barriers on investigators.

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 Trump suggests Feinstein leaked letter from Kavanaugh accuser

President Trump late Saturday stoked speculation that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) or her staff may have leaked the letter in which Christine Blasey Ford accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, basing his claims on her body language.

“Dianne Feinstein, did you leak? Remember her answer. 'Did you leak the document? Uh. Uh. What? What? No. Uh. No. Uh. I didn’t le— well, wait one minute. No, no, we didn’t leak it,' " Trump told the crowd during a rally in West Virginia, mocking Feinstein's denial during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing last week.

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Graham rips Dems on Kavanaugh, says he'll 'get to the bottom of' FBI probe

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Sen. Lindsey Graham promised Sunday he'll "to get to the bottom of" the FBI investigation into the sexual assault allegations leveled against Judge Brett Kavanaugh and said that his own investigation into how the Democrats have handled the Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation hearings has only just begun.

“I’m going to get to the bottom of it,” Graham, R-S.C., told Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”

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Spies, Gropers, Men and Vietnam

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"Flaky Jeff Flake appears as the new hero of the Left on center stage "global citizen" festival in Central Park last night."

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Sen. Jeff Flake was hailed as a hero Saturday by Judiciary Committee colleague Sen. Chris Coons at the Global Citizen Festival in New York's Central Park.

Flake took the stage at the festival, an MSNBC-televised music event that highlights education, poverty and preventable diseases, and spoke in praise of young people who are active participants in politics.

"So feel free to join me in an elevator any time," he said.

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Sen. Jeff Flake called a 'hero' at Global Citizen Festival

Speaking at the Global Citizen Festival, Flake said, "Feel free to join me in an elevator any time.

I think we see which way The Flake is going to vote when the post-FBI Kavanaugh nomination goes to the full Senate, if it gets that far.

Flake is incredibly nauseating and now it is clear why he is overwhelmingly rejected in his home state; so much so, at (18%) approval, that he, with ZERO chance of reelection, was effectively forced to resign at the end of this term.

Now, as you can see in the linked article, his treachery last week is being rewarded by his new 'fans."
If you're a man anywhere in this nation, given the feminist lunacy going on right now, you had better vote for Republicans and the bedrock principle of innocent unless proven guilty, next month. We all know that Ford's "story" is thin gruel even for initiating a witch hunt, let alone an actual FBI investigation - yet here we are, time-ported by extremist lefties, back in the 16th Century.  They have no shame,  None whatsoever. They would destroy any man you know if its serves their radical lawless political ends.

If you're a woman with a son, a father, a husband, an uncle, even a close male friend, realize that the the same leftist locomotive used to bully and run over a fine man like Judge Kavanaugh can be used against any of them, simply because of their genetic chromosomal arrangement.

Radical feminism is a cancer blighting our nation and women, like men, should resoundingly reject it and stand up for the rights of ALL persons, of guaranteed equality among all individual citizens.and most importantly for women, the rule of law, which is the only thing that universally prevents men from 'owning' women as they still do in some cultures and nations where men are less generous of the sharing the power they have by virtue of their physical strength. 

Men, wake up and vote for the rule of law that protects ALL men, ALL women and ALL those presently uncertain of their gender.


Saturday, September 29, 2018

10 Red Flags About Sexual Assault, From an Employment Lawyer

Via Travis


This morning the Federalist published an excellent analysis that exposes 10 red flags about sexual assault allegations that everyone should know.

These directly apply to the accusations being leveled against Brett Kavanaugh.

As you go through this list notice how many of these red flags apply to Blasey-Ford’s accusations:
When the complaint is “he said/she said,” we should not helplessly acquiesce to coin-flip justice that picks winners.

To Secure Perpetual Ascendancy to the Republican Party

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Radical Thaddeus Stevens of Pennsylvania saw the defeated South not as Americans, but simply “foreign enemies subject under international law to the will of the conqueror . . .” He also contemplated executing the South’s leaders and confiscating their property as well as that of all who supported the independence of the American South. He was anxious to pass radical reconstruction amendments for purely partisan reasons – to disenfranchise white men in the South while enfranchising black men who could be counted upon to ensure the ascendancy of the Republican Party. This had to be accomplished while the military ruled the South, and before civilian courts were reinstated.
Bernhard Thuersam,   The Great American Political Divide

To Secure Perpetual Ascendancy to the Republican Party

“The day after Lincoln’s death, Ben Butler was appointed Secretary of State. That was a clear omen; he was the Northern general who ordered his troops at New Orleans in 1862 to treat as common prostitutes any white woman there who “by word, gesture or movement insulted or showed contempt” for them.

Outside the government, real power in the Republican Party passed to Thaddeus Stevens, a dying and malignant man. Club-footed, bald but bewigged, of indeterminate origins, clamant for blood and ruin, he was of the type of Marat, Goebbels, Dzherzinsky or Szameuly. Stevens pointed the way: “Hang the leaders, crush the South, arm the Negroes, confiscate the land.”

The vote should be taken from the whites and given to the Negroes. Attacking “racial discrimination” he forced through Congress a bill “establishing for the security of the colored races safeguards which went infinitely beyond what the government has ever provided for the white race.” (President Lincoln’s successor, Mr. [Andrew] Johnson, vetoed this bill and narrowly escaped arrest at General Butler’s demand).

From the Negro-less North these white men raved for the extermination of the Southern whites. They tried to suspend trial by jury and, when the Supreme Court resisted, to pack this with compliant judges (President [Franklin] Roosevelt was the next to try that).

When the victorious General Grant became president the military commander in Louisiana, General Sheridan, telegraphed asking him to declare the whites there “banditti,” saying “no further action need be taken except that which will devolve on me.”

The real aim of all this was, as Stevens said, “to secure the perpetual ascendancy to the Republican Party.”

(Far and Wide, Douglas Reed, CPA Books, 1951, excerpts pp. 27)

Atlanta Compared to Warsaw and Budapest

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Reed gives a record of his travels in the United States. With unusual flair and uncanny prophetic insight, Reed takes us on a journey of the historical and political side of America. So controversial was this book on Communism and Zionism that it sent the author into indefinite retirement and forced his publisher out of business.

Author Douglas Reed writes of the South’s defeat and radical Republican rule that “The wonder is that the South ever lifted itself from that prostration, and by its own bootstraps.” And Truslow Adams said of the twelve years of postwar reconstruction that “There is no parallel for the situation in the history of modern civilized nations, and it is almost incredible that it happened in our own country.”
Bernhard Thuersam,  The Great American Political Divide

Atlanta Compared to Warsaw and Budapest

“So strong is the memory of what the Republicans did after the war that Southerners still automatically vote Democratic. The most their representatives can do, when they reach Congress, is somewhat to retard the new campaign against the South; on the whole they promote the aim of the new immigration to “take over the future of America.”

The clear trail from the Civil War to the present [1951] was the first of my surprises in America. Like most Europeans, probably, I was ignorant of that war and when I studied it felt like an archaeologist who finds the original of the Communist Manifesto in Greek ruins.

What went with that wind was more than the political power of the South; what came with the new one was the enslavement of white men by Soviet methods. Only the particular spirit of the South prevented that condition from becoming permanent.

“That the Southern people were put to the torture is vaguely understood” (wrote Mr. Claude G. Bowers in 1929 in The Tragic Era), “but even historians have shrunk from the unhappy task of showing us the torture chambers . . . It is impossible to grasp the real significance of the revolutionary proceedings of the rugged conspirators working out the policies of Thaddeus Stevens without making many journeys among the Southern people and seeing with our own eyes the indignities to which they were subjected.”

The key-words are “revolutionary” and “conspirators” and they fit today’s situation like a glove. That the North, with its newly-discovered gold, growing industry, command of the sea and increasing population would win that war was plain to clear heads in the South from the start, and did not deter them from a war which, they believed, had to be fought. The way to the South was opened to persons recognizable today as the revolutionary conspirators we know as Communists.

Of the twelve years that followed, the miracle is that the South survived. Mr. John Gunther . . . says, “If you read the history of those days . . . Atlanta on the 1870s must have startingly resembled Warsaw or Budapest under the Nazis in the 1940s . . . Chopping up the South and ruling it by an absolute dictatorship of the military, while every kind of economic and social depredation was not only allowed but encouraged, is so strikingly like what is going on in Germany at present that the imagination staggers.

Slightly different comparisons might be more correct. The sufferings of the South compare more closely with those of Budapest, Warsaw and all of Eastern Europe under the communists after the 1939-1945 war ended than even under the Nazis in 1940.”

(Far and Wide, Douglas Reed, CPA Books, 1951, excerpts pp. 25-26)

FORD CAUGHT IN MAJOR LIE? — City Remodeling Permits Show Project She Linked to Kavanaugh Was in 2008 NOT 2012

Via John

Speaking of being full of s---.



 Christine Blasey Ford told the US Senate Judiciary Committee that the memories of Brett Kavanaugh “first came up” when she went into counseling in 2012. In May 2012 Ford and her husband argued over her desire to add “a second front door” to their home. Ford told the committee on Thursday the desire for a second door was because Brett Kavanaugh made her “claustrophobic.”


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Today’s Cool Car Find is this 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner for $20,000

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'Clean', she is.

Plum crazy purple, built 440, newer paint, wheels, tires, can be converted back to a 4 speed, everything is there, 13.5 to 1 compression, runs on 110 race fuel. There is a new fuel cell, and a complete set of drag slicks and front tires mounted on rims, must sell, make offer.

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Kavanaugh hearing is what Washington will look like if Democrats take back power

 FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018 file photo made with a slow shutter speed and a zoom lens, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, for the third day of his confirmation hearing.

 They have forever ruined the confirmation process of the United States Senate.

The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has taught us a lot about those on the left – namely that they seek to win at any cost, no matter the reputations destroyed, the lives forever changed, or the damage done to the constitutionally mandated confirmation process.

Make no mistake. The lives of Professor Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh will never be the same. Both of their families have received death threats. Both had to reveal intimately personal details before the American public. And both were effectively used as pawns in a sad, avoidable Democratic chess game.

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Grassley Refers Hoax Accuser Claiming Kavanaugh Raped Woman on Boat in Rhode Island For Criminal Investigation

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Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley referred potential false statements made by a man claiming Kavanaugh raped a woman on a boat in Rhode Island in 1985 for criminal investigation.

A 5th Kavanaugh accuser surfaced Wednesday evening shortly after the 4th anonymous accuser was reported by NBC.
The Senate this week investigated a 5th sexual assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh.

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Navy translator helps search for missing troops in Vietnam

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As the sun rises over the jungle canopy, the workers are already on the move. They take in the crisp scent of the morning air as they head up the rocky mountain path, slipping between the trees of a wet, dew-covered forest in Vietnam.

At the top of the green mountain ridge, Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Quoc Bao Lam is waiting to greet them with a smile and a handshake before getting started on the day’s work.

Ford, Ramirez and a Woman Named Broaddrick

Via David

As with the first allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, his second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, levels a claim of sexual abuse supposedly witnessed by others.

As to why this accuser came forward, Ronan Farrow, co-author of the New Yorker piece that broke the story, said: “She came forward because Senate Democrats came looking for this claim. She did not flag this for those Democrats. This came to the attention of people on the Hill independently, and it’s really cornered her into an awkward position. That’s why she took the time to think about this carefully. She said, point-blank, ‘I don’t want to ruin anyone’s life,’ but she feels this is a serious claim. She considers her own memories credible, and she felt it was important that she tell her story before others did without her consent, because so many people on the Hill were looking at this story.”

Ramirez claims that Kavanaugh sexually confronted her at Yale. According to the New Yorker: “In her initial conversations with The New Yorker, she was reluctant to characterize Kavanaugh’s role in the alleged incident with certainty. After six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney,

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Big Conspiracy: Electing a New Population

In my essay The Big Conspiracy: Introduction I introduced a concept, inspired by the phrase “the Big Lie” as mastered by Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi Propaganda Minister, who wrote:
"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State."
To refresh your understanding of the Big Conspiracy as I defined it
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Rand Paul Calls For Investigation Into Who Doxxed Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans

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Sen. Rand Paul called for an investigation Friday to determine and punish who published the personal information of three Republican senators during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, who accused him of sexual assault.

“Yesterday there was an attempt to incite people by publishing the personal information of Senators – including home addresses – endangering them & their families,” the Kentucky Republican tweeted.

“This should be  investigated & the perpetrators punished. There is too much hatred and violence in politics these days.”

Dress Rehearsal for Impeachment

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court was approved on an 11-10 party-line vote Friday in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Yet his confirmation is not assured.

Sen. Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, has demanded and gotten as the price of his vote on the floor, a weeklong delay. And the GOP Senate has agreed to Democrat demands for a new FBI investigation of all credible charges of sexual abuse against the judge.

Astonishing. With a quarter century in public service, Kavanaugh has undergone six FBI field investigations. They turned up nothing like the charges of sexual misconduct leveled against him these last two weeks.

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SteveHilton: "Before Thursday, I just disagreed with the Democrats. Now I'm frightened of them. They strike me as truly cruel. Calculating. Crazed with their own self-righteousness."

Via Billy


Millions of Americans have been deeply and emotionally engaged by Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing and the astonishing spectacle that unfolded in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

It is absolutely right to say that we are in a vital cultural moment. Ending sexual misconduct and the abuse, exploitation and harassment of women by men is long overdue.

 For as long as I can remember I have done what I can to uphold the principle of gender equality – not just in my own life and behavior, but where I’ve had the chance to be an advocate or shape policy too.

But we are also in a vital political moment. Just as we're moving in the right direction on gender equality, we're moving in the wrong direction when it comes to politics.

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Lou Dobbs: "My God, how could you ask for anyone better to sit on the Supreme Court?”

‘The fix was already in’ by Democrats, Kellyanne Conway says


Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs provided his wholehearted support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during a guest appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Friday.

"I think that Jeff Flake runs no risk because as you pointed out he is a lame duck. He found out that he couldn’t possibly win a primary in his home state and withdrew. And then upon learning that, he learned he is singularly unpopular period,” Dobbs said. “What are the risks here? The risks are that the Republican Party is unable to move his confirmation through. And that would be a devastating loss to the nation."

Last Person Senator Jeff Flake Called Before Asking for Another Week of Supreme Insanity was DAG Rod Rosenstein

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Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., left, greets Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein before the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in Hart Building on September 4, 2018.


Outgoing and unpopular Arizona Senator Jeff Flake spoke with Rod Rosenstein before announcing that he was delaying Judge Kavanaugh’s vote before the Senate for a week.


Flake’s move to align with Rosenstein sends a clear message that Deep State is now involved in the Supreme Court nomination process.


Arizona’s failing Senator Jeff Flake, who decided not to run for re-election, due to his unpopularity in the Grand Canyon State, hates President Trump.

Exclusive: Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the World Wide Web

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With an ambitious decentralized platform, the father of the web hopes it’s game on for corporate tech giants like Facebook and Google. 

Last week, Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, asked me to come and see a project he has been working on almost as long as the web itself. It’s a crisp autumn day in Boston, where Berners-Lee works out of an office above a boxing gym. After politely offering me a cup of coffee, he leads us into a sparse conference room. At one end of a long table is a battered laptop covered with stickers. Here, on this computer, he is working on a plan to radically alter how all of us live and work on the web.

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Forgotten images of Vietnam: Never before published photos of the 20-year-long war shows the violence, heartbreak and brief moments of levity on the front-line

Via David

 South Vietnamese fighter planes flying above Saigon in a joint military operation with the US on April 4, 1970 

New book contains portraits of American G.I.s and Vietnamese military/civilians taken between 1966 and 1972
All of the photographs featured in weekly print publication called 'Overseas weekly in Vietnam'
 Book examines the legacy of one of the most popular and eccentric newspapers to cover the Vietnam War  
The newspaper's reporters documented the daily lives of individuals caught in the conflict 

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How Trump Rescued Our Economy From Obama’s ‘New Normal’


It’s hard to believe that just two short years ago, our economy was limping along with no sign of a massive boom around the corner.

Beyond any shadow of a doubt, the pivotal factor in the last two years has been President Donald Trump.

Consider this. From 2009 to 2014, real median income fell overall. It did jump a few times between 2012 and 2014, but the overall trend was one of malaise. The reason? President Barack Obama’s regulations and taxes sat like a wet blanket over our economy.

GOP Officials Slam Flake: 'He's A Pompous A** Who Has Lost His F**king Mind'


Republican officials sounded off on Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) on Friday after he sided with the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee in calling for an FBI investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

"He's a pompous a** who has lost his f**king mind," a high-level GOP official told The Daily Wire on the condition of anonymity.

The outrage against Flake came after he changed his mind from voting to confirm Kavanaugh to wanting an FBI investigation completed so that he would "feel better."

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