Friday, July 20, 2018

Putin: 'Powerful Forces' (US) Are Trying To Undermine U.S.-Russia Relations

One FBI text message in Russia probe that should alarm every American

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Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, the reported FBI lovebirds, are the poster children for the next “Don’t Text and Investigate” public service ads airing soon at an FBI office near you.

Their extraordinary texting affair on their government phones has given the FBI a black eye, laying bare a raw political bias brought into the workplace that agents are supposed to check at the door when they strap on their guns and badges.

It is no longer in dispute that they held animus for Donald Trump, who was a subject of their Russia probe, or that they openly discussed using the powers of their office to “stop” Trump from becoming president. The only question is whether any official acts they took in the Russia collusion probe were driven by those sentiments.

The Justice Department’s inspector general is endeavoring to answer that question.

For any American who wants an answer sooner, there are just five words, among the thousands of suggestive texts Page and Strzok exchanged, that you should read.

That passage was transmitted on May 19, 2017. “There’s no big there there,” Strzok texted.

More @ The Hill

Barack Obama In South Africa Slams ‘Rich People With Big Houses’ Before Returning Home To His $8 Million Dollar Mansion With 9.5 Bathrooms

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Obama continued on income inequality, saying, “History shows that societies which tolerate vast differences in wealth feed resentments and reduce solidarity and actually grow more slowly. And when economic power is concentrated in the hands of the few, history also shows that political power is sure to follow and that dynamic eats away at democracy.” After the speech calling for rich people to get smaller houses, Obama traveled back to America and to his $8.1 million eight-bedroom, nine-and-a-half bathroom mansion in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the world.

Rand Paul: Trump derangement syndrome has officially come to the Senate."

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A guy tried to rob the Mi Nidito restaurant, but employees weren't having it. They took him down and held him for police.

The Southerner's burden is to endure Yankees.


Southerners confronted by Northerners touring our section are made aware of the difference in their speech from ours. They approach us speaking a form of English known outside the United States as “American.” We of the South also like to consider ourselves American; however, it has long been an accepted belief that we Southerners have an accent. And not just a different accent but a laughable accent. We are hesitant to ask the Northern visitor to repeat; he will laugh at us.

Unlike France, the United States has no Academie Francaise to issue the final word on pronunciation and usage, no court of appeal as to what constitutes good speech.

Who then determines what is accent and what is “correct American?”

You and I know: the Media.

NFL Reverses Course, Will Allow National Anthem Protests

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The mob wins again….

The National Football League has backed down in the face of intense SJW pressure and will not be banning protests during the national anthem.

In an embarrassing shift, the NFL has “frozen” the half-assed ban on sideline kneelers after the player’s union filed a grievance last week.

The league was also forced to blink when Tennessee Titans star Jurrell Casey told CNN that he would ignore the new rule and take a knee anyway.

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William Nguyen: American Deported From Vietnam

Rubio, Scott Lead Assault on Conservative Judge, Take Down ‘Qualified’ Nominee

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Republican Sens. Marco Rubio and Tim Scott torpedoed a conservative nominee to the Ninth Circuit appeals court on Thursday whom even liberals called qualified for the bench, citing college-era political comments, energizing Democrats, and creating a new line of attack against the confirmations of dozens of other judicial picks, including Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court.

Ryan Bounds, an Oregon federal prosecutor who clerked for Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain on the Ninth Circuit, had an impressive array of credentials that impressed people on the left and the right. Even the left-wing American Bar Association (ABA) unanimously voted to rate Bounds as “qualified” for the Ninth Circuit after they reviewed his full record, showing that even those firmly aligned with liberal priorities acknowledge that college-era political riffs do not disqualify someone from a federal judgeship.

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Despite Setbacks, Confederate Heritage Defenders Not Backing Down

A handful of monuments have been removed, a couple have been relocated (still standing), a few are in the process of being moved (to remain in public view), and a handful of ridiculous (and easily removable) "context" signs have been added.

More importantly, what have they NOT been able to accomplish...?  THOUSANDS of monuments are still standing, and more flags and monuments are going up every day.

The haters are lashing out and losing their minds because they are LOSING support and their days are numbered.  This battle is far from over, and I do believe the time has come to draw the sword and throw away the scabbard, but we must keep our heads and remain calm and steady as the opposition implodes.  

Do not give in, Southern brothers and sisters.  Do not give up.  We know how this ends, and God will vindicate. 

"And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not." Galatians 6:9 KJV

Kentucky’s Vichy Government

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Kentucky Governor Beriah Magoffin replied to Lincoln’s illegal request for troops in April 1861 with “I will send not a man nor a dollar for the wicked purpose of subduing my sister Southern States.” His State government tried in vain to maintain neutrality while he personally championed a peaceful settlement between North and South, and acceptance of the Crittenden Compromise proposed by fellow Kentuckian, John J. Crittenden. With the increasing number of Northern troops in his State and the consequent political intimidation, he was forced from office in favor of a Lincoln-appointed military proconsul.  By waging war against a State and adhering to its enemies, Lincoln committed treason as defined in Article III, Section 3 of the United States Constitution.Bernhard Thuersam,   The Great American Political Divide

Kentucky’s Vichy Government

“On August 18, 1861, a meeting was held in Scott County, Ky., of a number of prominent Democrats; and after a full discussion of the situation, it was determined to send commissioners to Washington and Richmond, with a view to ascertaining, if possible, whether the neutrality of Kentucky would be respected by both sides.

Upon the recommendations of this conference, Governor Magoffin appointed Frank K. Hunt and W.A. Dudley, both Union men, as commissioners to Washington, and George W. Johnson commissioner to Richmond.

In the letter to President [Jefferson] Davis sent in response to that written him by Governor Magoffin, an borne by Mr. Johnson, appears the following language, which certainly very logically and properly summed up the situation:

“The government of the Confederate States has not only respected most scrupulously the neutrality of Kentucky, but has continued to maintain the friendly relation of trade and intercourse which it has suspended with the United States generally. But neutrality, to be entitled to respect, must be strictly maintained by both parties . . .”

Mr. Lincoln replied that he did not believe that it was “the popular wish of Kentucky that the Federal force already there should be removed, and with this impression I must decline to remove it.”

This declaration made it plain to men of all shades of political opinion in Kentucky that the occupation of the State by Federal troops would be continued, and that their number would be increased, not only to completely suppress any sentiment in favor of the Confederacy and action taken in that behalf, but in order to make Kentucky a base of military operations against the States further South.

In a very short time after this declaration by Mr. Lincoln, numerous arrests were made of Kentuckians of known Southern sympathies, or of prominent men who ventured even to question the legality of the aggressive acts committed by Union leaders.

George W. Johnson was one of the first and boldest to denounce such tyranny. He escaped arrest by quitting his home and seeking the Tennessee border within a few hours before the soldiers who were ordered to make him a prisoner arrived at his house.”

(Reminiscences of General Basil W. Duke, CSA, Cooper Square Press, 2001 (original 1911), excerpts, pp. 148-149)

Bushwacking the Bill of Rights



Last November, when President Bush issued an executive order establishing a system of military commissions to punish non-citizens, I asked myself, as no doubt countless other Americans did, “But what about Ex Parte Milligan (1866)?”

Surely George W. and his Dad had studied this landmark Supreme Court decision in the course of those searching discussions of American history they must have had during long winter evenings at the ranch. And what of Attorney General John Ashcroft, ipso facto learned in the law, who presumably composed the order and to whom the Milligan decision must have been as mother’s milk? The two highest law enforcers of the land certainly could not have forgotten the case, famous as it is. If they had not, they must either have found it to be unclear or ambiguous, or they must have decided to sweep it aside and take the law into their own hands.

The United Nations – Enemy of Individual Freedom

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Collectivism’s only hope for worldwide success rests in the formation of an international organization whose influence and powers supersede national borders and eliminate the concept of national and individual sovereignty. The founding of the United Nations after World War II provided collectivists with the perfect mechanism by which to achieve those goals.

The right to own private property that cannot be arbitrarily confiscated by the government is the source of our Freedom. Our founders, especially Thomas Jefferson, understood that a person’s property consisted not only of his land, home and possessions, but also the work of his hands, the inventions of his brain, and ultimately his life itself. Protection for these property rights is enshrined in our Constitution and finds its primary source in the Ten Commandments . . . prohibitions against envy, theft, bearing false witness, and murder deal directly with protection of our Natural Law rights. 

Gallup: Less than 1% think 'Russia' is the most important problem

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There's just one problem with the Democrats' unending focus on Russia and the media's constant collusion chatter: few Americans care, because - drumroll - they have real lives in the real economy to worry about.

As the latest survey from Gallup shows: when asked what the most important problem facing the nation is, Russia did not even warrant a 1% - and worse still, it is declining in importance from there.

Murder Suspects Shoot at Officers -- Body Worn Camera Footage from July 11, 2018 Incident

Britain is in high-level talks with Ecuador in an attempt to remove Julian Assange from its London embassy

 Julian Assange fled to Venezuela’s London embassy soon after being accused of sexual assault and rape in Sweden

Ministers and senior Foreign Office officials are locked in discussions over the fate of Assange, the founder and editor of WikiLeaks, who claimed political asylum from Ecuador in 2012 and who believes he will be extradited to the United States if he leaves the embassy in Knightsbridge, central London.

More  @ The Times

Judge Jeanine Pirro & Whoopi Goldberg

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 Hands up, mouths open: 'I've been a prosecutor, judge, DA for 30 years. I tried murder cases. I can go toe-to-toe anybody. That was abuse,' said Pirro of Goldberg's vulgar tirade (Pirro and Goldberg go at it Thursday while the rest of the ladies try to lie very low)

Judge Jeanine Pirro left out some crucial details about her appearance on The View on Thursday, which ended with Whoopi Goldberg screaming at the Fox News host to 'get the f*** out.'

Goldberg confirmed on Friday that she did in fact say those words, but only after Pirro used a vulgar term to describe the women on the show.

The View host would not reveal the exact phrase the was used in Thursday, but a production source tells that Pirro was staring at Goldberg and her co-hosts as she left the stage and said: 'Those c**ksuckers.'

More @ Daily Mail

Trump Has Been Set Up, Framed And Relentlessly Persecuted By The American Intelligence Community, Sidney Powell, Former federal prosecutor

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The frenzied furor and fomented outrage over President Donald Trump’s reluctance to express blind trust for our “intelligence community” defy reason and reality. In their choreographed cries of contempt for Mr. Trump, the “left’s” increasingly shrill proclamations of political apocalypse make “Chicken Little” look rational. At least we’ve moved on from the impending annihilation from the nuclear war with North Korea.

Power is the only thing leftists worship, and they are unraveling in front of our eyes without it. They can’t control Mr. Trump. That alone drives them insane. They have no policies that work. Cities and states they control are criminal sanctuaries and bankrupt cesspools. Check out San Francisco, Portland and Chicago.