Thursday, March 22, 2018

Hannity: Media cheer the deep state attacks on Trump

Judge Nap: 'Nothing Good Can Come' of Trump Sitting Down With Mueller


Damn, Tom, that's about what you told me in Vietnam last year: 'Nothing Good Can Come of You Sitting Down With the FBI ' :)

Judge Andrew Napolitano repeated his word of caution to President Trump on sitting down for an interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

"Nothing good can come from Donald Trump trying to persuade Bob Mueller not to charge him with anything. Let the lawyers do the talking and the negotiating," the Fox News senior judicial analyst said on "Outnumbered Overtime," arguing Trump would be likely to give "contradictory answers" if he talks to Mueller directly.

The president said to reporters Thursday - after signing an executive memorandum on tariffs - that he "would like to" testify before Mueller.

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Goodlatte subpoenas DOJ for documents related to Clinton email probe, FISA abuses

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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte subpoenaed the Justice Department on Thursday for documents regarding the charging decisions in the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, potential abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the recommendation from the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility to fire former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

Goodlatte, R-Va., who has said he would not seek re-election in November, penned a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Thursday, attached to the document subpoena.

Goodlatte requested documents related to the Clinton email investigation and noted that only a “fraction” of those documents had been produced, with “no documents” provided related to the request on potential FISA abuses.

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“Dead Men Flying” – The Dustoff Pilots of The Vietnam War

 There was no more welcomed sound of to a wounded soilder in Vietnam than the whop-whop-whop of the “dustoff Huey” coming to get them out of hell. Anyone that has ever flown in a Dustoff Huey will n…

 A Dustoff Huey was the most welcome sight for soldiers in the Vietnam War. Soldiers listened for the “whop-whop-whop” sound of the chopper that was coming to take them out of the battlezone.

It’s not a matter for debate that the Dustoff Medics saw more wartime brutality than anyone else.

These medics were men with outsized courage facing the most horrific wounds and injuries continually throughout their day.

They were constantly shot at, placed under mortar and heavy arms fire and sent into mine fields all to retrieve and heal the injured and wounded soldiers. They truly were among the most heroic men in the war.

Congress' regular spending fiasco

Via Billy

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“It’s very unusual for resolutions like this to come immediately to the floor where you have 100 senators voting on it,” Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, said this week. “Because frankly, not all of us are as up to speed on the details of this, or what the unintended impact might be ...”

Cornyn pleaded with colleagues to be patient, to let the measure go through the committee process, where members with expertise would have time to evaluate its consequences, or at least to read it.

No rant . . . just a pathetic wheeze

For over almost 2000 years, the Roman Catholic Church was a pillar of Western civilization. 
In spite of bad Popes, schism, and the rise of false religions, it persevered.  The Reformation
was necessary, and it was accomplished by the Church, within the Church.  Even with the loss
of many adherents to Protestantism, the Church remained a force for good in the world.

Then came 1968 and Vatican II, which opened the sea cocks and began the scuttling of that
great ship.  Slowly, she foundered, but on an even keel, so many didn't even notice she was sinking.  But now the water has reached the scuppers and courses across the weather decks.
She lists, and those wet feet begin to notice, there's not many lifeboats.

For nearly a thousand years, England was a pillar of Western civilization.  Brave little England.
Home of the Magna Carta; home of the ideal of Constitutional government;  home of fierce
queens and heroic kings; the gallant few who defeated the Armada; who won Agincourt; and
who, mainly, spread Western civilization across the world.

Gone now, lost to the Left's impossible dream of 'Diversity'.  Mutts, Muslims, and mud men
run amok where heroes once strode.

Europe, the other birthplace of Western civilization, home to great thinkers, philosophers,
artists, engineers, architects, style and music . . . adrift on a sea of surly, snarling dark faces,
hostile to all that Europe stood for, eating out her substance, grinding her history underfoot.
Bringing the cradle of our culture down to some filthy mud hut village in the African hinterland.

And here, in America, madness reigns.  What was right and true is turned upside down and
cast away, the last pillar crumbles, though some strain to shore it up, more chip away at the
foundation, intent on bringing down this noblest experiment in human freedom.  Hungering
for the chains of slavery and the dull existence of so many hopeless drones, they scream and
and flaunt their misspelled signs.  'Indefatigable Ignorance' someone called it.  Willful ignorance
I say.

Sad, to me, here in the twilight of my life, to see.  Destruction and dissolution of 5000 years
of man's history and progress . . . by insignificant pissants unworthy to bear the chamberpot
of those whom they despise.


Sen. Rand Paul: Intelligence community shouldn't search Americans' records without a judge's warrant

All eyes on Paul with shutdown looming

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As the Senate barrels toward the third government funding deadline of the year, Republicans appear in the dark about one key question: What will Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) do?

The libertarian-minded senator caused an hours-long shutdown in February. He's yet to say if he'll give a repeat performance going into the midnight Friday deadline to avoid a partial closure.

"Shame, shame. A pox on both Houses — and parties. $1.3 trillion. Busts budget caps. 2200 pages, with just hours to try to read it," he tweeted on Thursday.

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Brazilian Women Are Trying To Get Impregnated By White American Men

Via John

Brazilian women want to be impregnated from the sperm of white American men, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal Thursday.

Wealthy Brazilian women and lesbian couples are requesting white male sperm from the U.S. so their kids will have more Caucasian features, the Wall Street Journal reported.

At least 50 percent of Brazil’s population is black or mixed-race, but women are selecting young sperm donors who will more likely produce children with blond hair and blue eyes. The number of American sperm donors to Brazil surged at least 3,000 percent in the past seven years. It is also illegal to pay men for their sperm in Brazil, which allows American donors more opportunity in the market.

The carefully vetted process of selecting American sperm and then the in vitro fertilization process starts at around $7,000.

The rationale for wanting white children is reportedly due to racism and tense race relations throughout Brazil’s history. Brazil took in 10 times as many slaves as the U.S. and it was the last Western country to make slavery illegal in 1888. Now, 80 percent of the richest one percent of Brazil’s population is white, according to WSJ.

“It’s an atheist’s way to achieve immortality,” computer scientist João Carlos Holland de Barcellos, told the Wall Street Journal. Barcellos has blue eyes and light hair due to his German and English ancestors is now freezing his sperm and giving it to Brazilian couples who desire more Caucasian-looking children. His wife manages their practice and transfers the sperm nearly-daily to women at their home.

Citigroup Imposes Restrictions on Client Gun Sales (Close Your Account!)

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Citigroup announced Thursday it’s implementing restrictions on client firearm sales, making it the first major bank to impose such gun control measures.

In an email to employees provided to Infowars, Citigroup Chief Executive Officer Mike Corbat detailed new policies applying to “small business, commercial and institutional clients, as well as credit card partners.”

The policy is ostensibly “designed to respect the rights of responsible gun owners while helping keep firearms out of the wrong hands,” Corbat claimed.

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How the Las Vegas Gunman Planned a Massacre, in 7 Days of Video

House Intel Votes To Shut Down Russia Investigation, Release Final Report

Devin Nunes (R-CA) and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) at the US Capitol on March 15, 2017. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence voted along party lines on Thursday to formally end the panel’s Russia investigation and to release a report about the probe to the rest of Congress.

The 150-page report will now undergo a classification review by the intelligence community to determine what information must be redacted in the document. After it goes to Congress, the report will be made public. That is expected to happen within the next several weeks.

Benghazi hero unloads on McCabe, Comey for what they ‘tried to pin on him’ and his team: ‘worst scum of human’

 Benghazi hero Kris Paronto shut down fired FBI employees James Comey and Andrew McCabe. (screenshots)

No matter who you are, you don’t want to get caught in the crosshairs of Benghazi hero Kris Paronto, an Army Ranger.

Paronto unleashed a fiery Twitter takedown of Obama-appointed Deep State agents Andrew McCabe, James Comey, and John Brennan. And they’re going to need some aloe to nurse those sick burns.

Benghazi hero Kris Paronto shut down fired FBI employees James Comey and Andrew McCabe. (screenshots)

Paronto started off by blasting McCabe, who whined to the media that his firing was an attempt by the Trump White House to “slander” him and the entire FBI.

For the record, President Trump has repeatedly praised the rank-and-file members of the FBI as hard-working patriots. Trump’s issue is with top-level political appointees, most of whom are Obama holdovers that have been working nonstop to undermine his presidency.

Paronto tweeted: “Slander the @FBI and Law Enforcement?! You’ve got to be sh*tting me, Andy. You , James [Comey] and your @BarackObama appointed syndicate brought nothing but lies, politics, corruption & disgrace to a once great FBI.” 

Paronto then slammed fired FBI director James Comey, who allegedly tried to pin “excessive force use” claims on Paronto and his team after they returned from Benghazi. “You all are the worst scum of human[ity],” Kris tweeted.

House passes 'right to try' drug bill

Via Billy

House passes 'right to try' drug bill

The House passed “right to try” legislation on experimental drugs largely along party lines Wednesday, sending a bill backed by President Trump to the Senate.

Last week, House Republican leaders put the bill on the floor under suspension of the rules. Democrats objected, expressing safety concerns over how the measure would bypass the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and it fell short of the necessary two-thirds support it needed.

But leaders made clear the House would take up the bill again. On the second try, the House only needed a simple majority to pass the bill, and easily did so in the 267-149 vote.

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Facebook statement: Zuckerberg still clueless about company's crisis and his lame excuses are wearing thin

Via Billy

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Maybe it wasn't the Russians after all.

Mark Zuckerberg had all but disappeared after a report emerged over the weekend that a data analytics firm allegedly harvested 50 million Facebook profiles of U.S. voters and used them to construct a software program to influence the 2016 presidential election. But he finally emerged on Wednesday to say this, in effect: Mistakes were made.

"We have a responsibility to protect your data, and if we can't then we don't deserve to serve you,” Zuckerberg said in a legalistic statement posted, of course, on Facebook. “I've been working to understand exactly what happened and how to make sure this doesn't happen again."

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20 years later, no public memorials, ceremonies mark Mount Carmel saga

Via I can't remember....:(

 TV series on Branch Davidian shootout to film in New Mexico


 After a community is seared by unthinkable violence, the shock and grief usually give way to the impulse to carve the memory 
into stone.

A memorial is a community’s attempt to punctuate tragedy, to close it with a period, or perhaps an exclamation point or a question mark.

Public memorials have honored the victims and shaped the storyline of terrorist bombings in Oklahoma City and New York City, of a president assassinated in Dallas, and of mass shootings across the country, including in Killeen and Austin.

The A-37 Dragonfly in Vietnam: When light attack was the real thing

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 Two South Vietnamese A-37s prepare for a mission at Đà Nẵng Airbase, September 1970.

A small cadre of mid-grade Pentagon officers — the “renegades,” some call them — are arguing for a light attack capability for the U.S. Air Force.
 “We had more time on station than the big fighters and unlike them we could operate under cloud cover and in tough terrain that might have deterred a larger jet.”
Believing the United States will find itself fighting in Third World trouble spots for years to come, they want the Air Force to have its own squadrons of a warplane in the category of today’s Sierra Nevada Corp./Embraer A-29B Super Tucano or Beechcraft AT-6 Texan II.

The light attack concept has been under study since the 1950s, but in the opinion of many the Air Force only got it right once – during the Vietnam War with the Cessna A-37B Dragonfly.

GOP pushes to change Senate rules for Trump

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A group of Republican senators wants to press the button on a new “nuclear option” that would limit debate time on President Trump’s nominees.
 The controversial move would hasten the pace of the president’s nominees getting confirmed and curtail Democratic power in the upper chamber.

Senate leaders have twice used the nuclear option to facilitate action on nominees in recent years.
In 2013, then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) stripped the minority of the power to filibuster executive branch and judicial nominees below the level of Supreme Court.

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