Wednesday, November 4, 2020
NC: Results GRNC
Gun Rights Supporters:
F. Paul Valone
President, Grass Roots North Carolina
Executive Director, Rights Watch International
'Ròm' Review: A Sterling Portrait of Saigon's Dark Underbelly, Despite Falling Short of Its Potential
I stepped out of the theater after watching Ròm with a heaviness weighing down my shoulders. It was, however, a refreshing feeling that one rarely experiences after a Vietnamese feature film these days. This review contains major spoilers for Ròm. It’s impossible to discuss Ròm without mentioning the many hurdles the movie production has faced right from the ideation stage until the moment it hit theaters. Ròm started generating moderate internet buzz as early as October last year when it clinched the coveted New Currents award at the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), the very first time a Vietnamese film was bestowed with the honor.
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[Photos] 13 Film Snapshots of a Sleepy Vung Tau in 1967
Vung Tau is a fitting name for the coastal town that invites people to pause and stay a while.
Translating to "anchorage" in English, the word aptly describes one of its main functions for the past few centuries. Before it became a convenient weekend getaway for 21st-century Saigoneers, it was a travel hub during the Champa Empire, home to some scurrilous pirates that Emperor Gia Long snuffed out after they had de-camped there, a trading hub for French and Portuguese merchants, and finally, a popular spot for American soldiers to go during R&R leave.
These photos come from the time when those military members and support staff made a stop in the sunny beach city. By 1967, the Vung Tau community had developed stores and restaurants to cater to the foreign day-trippers, alongside local markets and farms.
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Insurrection and Violence: A Citizen’s Guide
This book by Unconstrained Analytics is a guide for all citizens that are concerned with the chaos and violence occurring on the streets of America, regardless of political outlook. Though much of the violence clearly has political intent and purpose, that is outside the scope of this study.
The goal – to explain the violence, who is perpetrating it, and how to avoid becoming a victim, sounds simple enough. However, this is a very dynamic situation, the amount of information available is immense, and much of it is opinion disguised as the truth. To help with this task, the writers consulted with experienced and proven analysts on intelligence, crime, politics, revolutionary warfare, history, survival, and trauma medicine. They separated fact from perception, assessing the inexplicable, and delivering it concisely. It serves well as a handbook for the average American.
If you disagree with the assessment of the situation presented early in the book, stay the course; and take a close look at Chapters 3 and 4. Here, you will find valuable information designed to keep you and your loved ones safe
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Trump Campaign Files Suit in Michigan After Massive Dump of Ballots For Biden Suddenly Appear Overnight
The Trump campaign on Wednesday announced it filed suit in Michigan after a massive dump of ballots for Joe Biden appeared overnight.
“As votes in Michigan continue to be counted, the presidential race in the state remains extremely tight as we always knew it would be.
President Trump’s campaign has not been provided with meaningful access to numerous counting locations to observe the opening of ballots and the counting process, as guaranteed by Michigan law,” Trump’s camp said in a statement.
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Outrage Erupts Online Over Fox News’ Decision to Call Arizona For Biden. AZ Governor Responds.
National Journal editor-in-chief Jeff DuFour noted: “This gives some credence to the Trump camp’s argument in a call with reporters that it expects to pull ahead in Arizona, because most of the outstanding vote is in Trump-friendly territory.”
Outrage erupted online late on Tuesday night after Fox News called the presidential race in Arizona for Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden, a call that many believed was too early and ultimately led to a response from the state’s governor.
Governor Doug Ducey, without specifically naming the network, responded to the call that Biden had won the state, which had not been reported yet by the other networks.
“It’s far too early to call the election in Arizona,” Ducey wrote. “Election Day votes are not fully reported, and we haven’t even started to count early ballots dropped off at the polls. In AZ, we protected Election Day. Let’s count the votes — all the votes — before making declarations.”
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Comment on "At the end of the drama, this is what I expect" ?
"At the end of the drama, this is what I expect" ?
The PLANNEDEMIC gave the left the perfect excuse to impose near universal " mail in voting". A more perfect scheme to commit fraud would be hard to describe. The left is doing EXACTLY what I and many others predicted. They have been and are continuing to manufacture fake votes as needed until they flip a safe from Trump and then proclaim victory. The ONLY way Trump wins is if the Supreme Court steps in and invalidates many of the BLATANTLY bvios fake votes. Don't hold your breath waiting for that to happen... it's dry unlikely. I knew the day I heard that voting would be almost exclusively by mail that Trump had no chance to win. The left has worked hard to create a system they fully controlled. They succeeded.
President Trump gets 57.8% of the Fauquier vote: Better Move Back
Fauquier remained solidly Republican in Tuesday’s election, with President Donald Trump getting 57.8 percent of the county vote.
In an unusual election, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, 79.9 percent of Fauquier’s 54,374 registered voters cast ballots.
But most of them voted before Election Day.
Absentee and in-person early votes totaled 28,053 here versus 15,417 ballots cast Tuesday at the county’s 20 polling places.
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All races were a clean sweep for Republicans.