Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Goggle: Shifting 15 million votes without a trace

Via David


North Carolina gun shop puts up '4 Horsemen' billboard to slam progressive congresswomen

Via Billy

North Carolina gun shop puts up '4 Horsemen' billboard to slam progressive congresswomen

A gun shop in western North Carolina is facing backlash for using a billboard to insult "the Squad," four progressive minority congresswomen, as "idiots," calling them the "four horsemen" of the apocalypse.

The sign, an advertisement for Cherokee Guns in Murphy, about 240 miles from Charlotte, pictures freshman Democratic Reps. Ilhan Omar (Minn.), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) and Ayanna Pressley (Mass.). 

“Signed, the Deplorables," it says.

More @ The Hill

The Fifth American Republic

Via  Borepatch "I think that the problem is much deeper, and goes back much further."



 Barack Obama is a communist.  That's a low schoolyard insult, even though it's true, but it doesn't matter.  You see, Mitt Romney is also a commie.  No, this isn't yet another Mitt Romney rant.  All of our political establishment are commies, and have been for a long time.  Buckle up, because this is an uberpost.

I often hear the expression "we're not going to vote ourselves out of this."  The older I get it seems, the longer the pelt of my Wookie Suit becomes, and so I can sympathize with people who think we've lost something, something that we won't be getting back easily.

Some ideas which had been stewing in my subconscious since August (!) coalesced when I read a post by Kevin Baker, quoting a John Ringo novel:

USMCA is so important it’s almost unthinkable a Democrat majority in Congress could kill it for no reason other than it was negotiated by the Trump administration


When Donald Trump took office and took aim at the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as promised on the campaign trail, critics – with good reason – sounded alarm at his in-your-face approach. It’s not, they said, how you deal with neighbors.

Milton Friedman: The Forgotten History of the Godfather of Conservative Libertarianism

 Milton Friedman: The Forgotten History of the Godfather of Conservative Libertarianism
 “I would like to say to Milton and Anna [co-author of A Monetary History of the United States, 1867–1960]: Regarding the Great Depression. You’re right, we did it. We’re very sorry. But thanks to you, we won’t do it again." --Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, acknowledging the central bank’s role in causing the Great Depression

Milton Friedman is the Godfather of American conservative libertarianism. He was, at a time when it was deeply unfashionable in official circles, a fierce critic of Keynesian economics. He was a leader of the second generation of libertarian economists to come out of the University of Chicago. Among the people recruited or mentored by him at the university include Thomas Sowell, Gary Becker, Robert Fogel and Robert Lucas, Jr. Friedman often used the jargon and methodology of Keynesians while rejecting their basic premises, coming to very different conclusions than his Keynesian counterparts.

More @ Ammo.Com

Hey Brock,

I'm sure you've heard of the great Milton Frieman before! Well, tomorrow is his birthday and we wrote an article to celebrate him and all that he gave to us: https://ammo.com/articles/milton-friedman-forgotten-history-godfather-of-american-conservative-libertarianism


64th VNAF Anniversary

Via Giang Ky

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My Grandson 'Boomer' has already been awarded a NC Scholarship......:)