Sunday, July 29, 2018

Election Interference

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WATCH: Ocasio-Cortez Supporters Stumped on How Democratic Socialism Would Be Funded

In the Army, the Delusion Keeps Rolling Along…

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Meet the Army of 2018, where men are women, women are men, Mommies are Rangers and breast milk is served on tap in the First Sergeant’s lactation station.

In order for the complete and final unraveling of the Army’s fighting spirit and combat power to occur, the concept of gender neutrality has to be served up on a platter to the young, gullible Millennial masses and shoved down the throats of the last breed of hardass old school holdouts who are 60 days and wake up away from escaping from an organization they have seen go from the Dirty Dozen to Romper Room in just two decades.

In an Army, where we have witnessed cadets parading around in high heels, grunts from the Big Red One (a unit that landed on Omaha Beach) don pregnancy simulators, generals tell us that pregnancies don’t affect combat readiness, and the complete and utter erosion of all standards at the JKF Special Warfare Center and School, comes a new and brilliant idea from the minds of the politically correct martinets and feather merchants who call themselves generals – the GENDER NEUTRAL ARMY COMBAT FITNESS TEST.

Vietnam: "The US would have likely won the war had it implemented El Paso."

Via Terry via  Knuckledraggin' My Life Away 

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29 May 1973, Saigon, South Vietnam: North Vietnamese Lt. Col. Bui Tin (r), official spokesman for the N. Vietnamese delegation to the JMC, shakes hands with unidentified American Airforce SGT. at the departure of the last American servicemen from Vietnam, as the US role in Vietnam officially ended 3/29. 5/29/1973
According to *Colonel Bui Tin, the US would have likely won the war had it implemented El Paso.
*Colonel Bui Tin (b. 1927) was a former colonel in the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) during the Vietnam War. After the war, he served as the vice-editor for the People's Daily, the official newspaper of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. He became disillusioned with Vietnamese communism and since 1990 has lived in Paris, France. Tin has also been actively involved in Vietnam War POW/MIA issues

From the American perspective, General William Westmoreland was once heard to say: "I'd like to go to Tchepone but I haven't got the tickets." 

The December 2004 edition of Military Officer magazine summoned all former Blind Bats to Biloxi, Mississippi from April 28-30, 2005, for a "Batfest" reunion. "Blind Bats"? Who? Well, that's what we wanted to know.
The journey to learn about the Blind Bats is a journey back through history to the beginnings of the Vietnam War, to a time when secretive, covert US military operations were going on with a greater assortment of odd-ball aircraft and daring crews than you can shake a stick at.

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Like the C-130 Blind Bat, the B-57's initial operation in Vietnam was cloaked in secrecy. The US supplied a few B-57Bs to the South Vietnamese Air Force (VNAF), a violation of the Geneva Accords that prohibited introduction of jet aircraft into the region. We'll show you three photos


B-57B Night Intruder in VNAF colors. These bombers were under the operational control of the USAF's 8th and 13th Bomber Squadrons, but were piloted by all-VNAF crews. This picture was taken at Da Nang in October 1965. After several accidents the B-57B was withdrawn from VNAF service. Photo credit: R. Mikesh, presented by


B-57B s/n 52-1532 in three-tone SEA camouflage scheme. Quite a few B-57Bs were assigned to the VNAF, but never more than four at any one time. Photo credit P. Q. Khiem, presented by

                                            Closer view of the VNAF markings.

The US trained South Vietnamese aircrews secretly at Clark AB in the Philippines in 1964, and then moved to Tan Son Nhut AB in Saigon, South Vietnam. The US formally announced that the aircraft had been given to the South Vietnamese in 1965. The VNAF flew the aircraft or sat in the second seat, but with an American in the other seat. The VNAF did get aircraft with their own markings which they alone could fly, but they were under USAF operational control.

Jordan: If Rosenstein doesn’t deliver, Meadows and I will force impeachment vote

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Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said on Sunday that if the Department of Justice doesn’t hand over documents that Congress has requested, he and other lawmakers will force a vote on the impeachment of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

“If they don’t give us the information that we, as a separate and equal branch of government are entitled to have in order to get answers for the American people, then we will actually call to vote for the impeachment of Rod Rosenstein,” Jordan told radio host John Catsimatidis in an interview on AM 970 in New York.

Jordan and Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), leaders in the House Freedom Caucus, led a group of conservative lawmakers in filing articles of impeachment against Rosenstein on Wednesday.

More @ The Hill

Net Worths of Presidents

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Snopes: "Within the ballpark of reasonable."

GOP lawmaker wants answers on FBI's alleged $outhern Poverty Law Center ties

A Republican lawmaker is demanding some answers from the FBI after he says the bureau admitted to working with the controversial Southern Poverty Law Center.

In a letter obtained by Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., says the FBI has “admitted to working with the SPLC,” in a development he describes as “surprising and worrisome.”

“This is surprising and worrisome, as the SPLC is known to use its platform in order to denigrate and disparage certain groups by labeling them ‘hate groups,’” he said.

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Border Patrol Agent: Trump's wall is the best way: 80% of illegal immigrant women and girls are raped during their travel.

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2014 Huffington Post report stated that 80 percent of illegal immigrant women and girls are raped during their travel.

If Democrats and the media elite truly cared about the safety of illegal immigrants, they’d be down on the border right now working to build the wall President Trump wants America to have.

As a veteran Border Patrol agent, I know firsthand that a secure border with the big beautiful wall the president is building is the only humane and permanent solution to the crisis at the border. 

Despite Democratic obstruction, President Trump is building the wall now, and he will play hardball with Congress to ensure that the necessary funding to complete the wall is secured. Without a completed wall, thousands of illegal immigrants will continue to put their lives at risk.

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The Treasonous Democratic Party

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If America had more honest, fact-based journalists with integrity like Tucker Carlson, we would not be, as we are today, dissolving as a country.

In this one TV broadcast—–Carlson shows that the Democrats have gone far beyond “lying through their teeth political partisanship” into deranged hatred of President Trump and the American people who elected him.

The Democrats’ insane hatred of “Trump deplorables” has firmly allied the Democrats with the corrupt military/security complex in a plot to overthrow the elected President of the United States. 

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Education: The Homeschooling Option

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Education: The Homeschooling Option

Americans have lost faith in the public school system. Only 36 percent of U.S. parents have a “great deal” of support for public schools, according to a 2017 study by Gallup. But despite this dismal reality, more than 90 percent of American children remain enrolled in public schools.

There is, however, a growing contingent of parents who are rejecting government schools and instead choosing to educate their own children at home. Although homeschoolers only currently make up about 3.4 percent of the total student population, homeschooling is a shining example of what education freedom can deliver. When it comes to standardized testing and other educational benchmarks, there is no denying that homeschoolers fare much better than their public school counterparts. After examining a compilation of nationwide studies, Dr. Brian Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute revealed that, “The homeschooled have consistently scored in these studies, on average, at the 65th to 80th percentile on standardized academic achievement tests in the United States and Canada, compared to the public school average of the 50th percentile.”

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Want to pin down corrupt officials? Try 'obstruction of Congress'

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With the Mueller probe investigating obstruction of justice charges in the Trump campaign, it might be interesting to see what would happen if Congress set in motion obstruction of Congress investigations.  We have heard a great deal about fruitless contempt of congress complaints, such as that against former attorney general Eric Holder.  But has there been any effort to pursue obstruction charges?

They are covered by different statutes.  Pursuing contempt of Congress has failed.  There is an informative discussion of the topic here.

Obstruction of Congress is covered by "18 U.S. Code § 1505 – Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees."

It is rarely pursued, but the statute is simple and to the point.

Fred Again :) More on Evolution: From the Mail Room

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Recently I wrote a column about the theory of Intelligent Design, which holds that that life, both in its origins and its changes over time, are the result of design instead of chance. Several hundred comments and emails arrived, more than I could read. This was not surprising as there seems to be considerable public interest in the question, while a virulent political correctness prevents discussion in most forums. In particular the major media prevent mention of Intelligent Design except in derogatory terms.

Interesting to me at any rate was that the tone of response was much more civil and thoughtful than it was say, a decade ago.