Sunday, February 28, 2021

Hyatt rejects cancel culture over hosting CPAC, calls itself a 'highly inclusive environment'

 Via Ian
Hyatt Hotels has been proud to host the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday through Sunday, and has issued a statement addressing criticism coming its way for doing so.

Hyatt Hotels has been proud to host the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday through Sunday, and has issued a statement addressing criticism coming its way for doing so.

The three-day event features Donald Trump as its most prominent speaker, along with a bunch of other prominent Republicans.

More @ Post Millennial

Do You Want To See Where This Is Going If It’s Not Stopped? Employees Chase Down & Assault Customer Without A Mask…

Via David 


On Friday, I had played a video of a man in Canada who refused to wear a mask and was assaulted and tackled by 4 employees of the tire store he was patronizing (Matthew 24:12).

Disturbing video out of Canada shows a group of masked tire shop employees chasing, assaulting, and tackling a customer without a mask, in the latest example of COVID mask hysteria.

More @ DC Dirty Laundry

Democrats Manufacture Racism

 Political Cartoons by Lisa Benson

 If you wanted to tear apart a country, really have the people hate each other, the playbook Democrats are following would be the way to do it. Take something irrelevant, but over which people can do nothing, and build it up into everything. Convince people others are out to get them, thereby absolving them of any responsibility for problems in their life, and they will eventually give up. Convince others they are perpetrators of something horrible, which only works with those out of real problems, and you have the makings of Nazi-esque powers of manipulation. This is what Democrats are doing with race, and it can no longer simply be laughed off. It must be actively confronted and exposed.

More @ Townhall

The First Settlers to the New World Were European Solutreans

 Via Paul

Windover is an Early Archaic (6000 to 5000 BC) site in Florida where archaeologists in 1984 discovered the skeletal remains of 168 Caucasian people buried in peat at the bottom of a pond. Researchers were able to recover remarkably well-preserved brain tissue from many of the skulls and sequence the DNA. The results revealed the haplogroup X2a, which is of European origin.

Note on historical falsification: The Wikipedia page on this topic is falsified. A PBS “Nova” special on the Windover Pond states that the DNA in the skulls is European. Videos on the Windover site, produced by the Central Florida Museum and South Carolina Public Television, both state that the DNA is European. And the video produced by the supervising archaeologists at Windover Pond states that the DNA is European.

More @ Winter Watch

Remember WACO: Scathing Remarks

 Via David



Men of Harlech

 Via Billy


Zulu is a 1964 epic war film depicting the Battle of Rorke's Drift between the British Army and the Zulus in January 1879, during the Anglo-Zulu War. It depicts 150 British soldiers, many of whom were sick and wounded patients in a field hospital, who successfully held off a force of 4,000 Zulu warriors.

The ending of the film is somewhat fictitious. There was no Zulu attack at dawn on 23 January 1879, which in the film led to the singing of "Men of Harlech", but it sure made for dramatic Hollywood an ending to be viewed again and again. 

Men of Harlech is widely used as a regimental march, especially by British Army and Commonwealth regiments historically associated with Wales. Notably, it is the slow march of the Welsh Guards, and the quick march of the Royal Welsh. 

It was first used for cinema during the titles of How Green Was My Valley (1941) and has featured in a number of other films. It is best known for its prominent role in the 1964 film Zulu, although the version of lyrics sung in it were written specially for the film. It is sung twice, only once completely, in the film (the British begin shooting the charging Zulus before the start of the final couplet), in counterpoint to the Zulu war chants and the sounds of their shields. Film editor John Jympson cut the scene to the song so that on either side of cuts where the British soldiers cannot be heard, the song is in the correct relative position. The song is also heard in the film Zulu Dawn, which is about the battle that precedes Rorke's Drift, the Battle of Isandlwana.

There are many versions of "Men of Harlech", and there is no single accepted English version. The version below was published in 1873.

John Oxenford version (published 1873)

Verse 1
Men of Harlech, march to glory,
Victory is hov'ring o'er ye,
Bright-eyed freedom stands before ye,
Hear ye not her call?
At your sloth she seems to wonder;
Rend the sluggish bonds asunder,
Let the war-cry's deaf'ning thunder
Every foe appall.

Echoes loudly waking,
Hill and valley shaking;
'Till the sound spreads wide around,
The Saxon's courage breaking;
Your foes on every side assailing,
Forward press with heart unfailing,
'Till invaders learn with quailing,
Cambria ne'er can yield!

Verse 2
Thou, who noble Cambria wrongest,
Know that freedom's cause is strongest,
Freedom's courage lasts the longest,
Ending but with death!
Freedom countless hosts can scatter,
Freedom stoutest mail can shatter,
Freedom thickest walls can batter,
Fate is in her breath.

See, they now are flying!
Dead are heap'd with dying!
Over might hath triumph'd right,
Our land to foes denying;
Upon their soil we never sought them,
Love of conquest hither brought them,
But this lesson we have taught them,
"Cambria ne'er can yield!"

An earlier version is thus:-

Broadside version c. 1830, republished by Thomas Oliphant in 1862

Verse 1
Hark! I hear the foe advancing,
Barbed steeds are proudly prancing,
Helmets in the sunbeams glancing
Glitter through the trees.
Men of Harlech, lie ye dreaming?
See ye not their falchions gleaming,
While their pennons gaily streaming
Flutter in the breeze?

From the rocks rebounding,
Let the war cry sounding
Summon all at Cambria's call,
The haughty foe surrounding,
Men of Harlech, on to glory!
See, your banner famed in story
Waves these burning words before ye
"Britain scorns to yield!"

Verse 2
'Mid the fray, see dead and dying,
Friend and foe together lying;
All around, the arrows flying,
Scatter sudden death!
Frighten'd steeds are wildly neighing,
Brazen trumpets hoarsely braying,
Wounded men for mercy praying
With their parting breath!

See! they're in disorder!
Comrades, keep close order!
Ever they shall rue the day
They ventured o'er the border!
Now the Saxon flies before us!
Vict'ry's banner floateth o'er us!
Raise the loud exulting chorus
"Britain wins the field."

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Bill would allow individuals to sue government agencies

 Via Billy

 IJ President Scott Bullock said, "The principle at stake is simple: If citizens must obey the law, then government officials must obey the Constitution.

Government agencies have significant protections against lawsuits by individuals for mistreatment, even if they intentionally violated the law.

They are given a pass mostly under the legal concept of "qualified immunity," which provides they are protected unless a court "clearly established" in a previous case that the actions were unconstitutional.

That might change.

It's because the New Mexico House of Representatives recently voted 39-29 to let individuals sue government agencies for violating their rights.

More @ WND

Boston Public Schools Will Suspend Advanced Classes Because Too Many Students In Them Are White Or Asian

 Via Jimmy

Boy as a professor with formulas behind him - stock photo

 Pretty soon they will call Einstein black......................................

Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders will not be accepted into advanced classes in Boston for the next year because a majority of students in those classes are white or Asian.

GBH News reported that the selective program, called Advanced Work Classes, will suspend enrollment in part because of the pandemic but also because of “concerns about equity.”'

More @ The Daily Wire

Saturday, February 27, 2021

Ron Paul: Unintended Consequences and The Texas ‘Big Freeze’ Energy Disaster

 Via Tom


Last week Texas experienced a cold snap that resulted in serious statewide damage, death, and destruction. The collapse of the state’s energy grid left millions of Texans in the dark and freezing for days at a time. Tragically, at least 30 people died.

There are many reasons why Texas became like a Third World country, and we should be careful not to pin all the blame on just one factor. But it seems clear that the disaster was to a large degree caused by political decisions to shift toward “green” energy generated from solar and wind and by Governor Abbott’s authoritarian Covid restrictions.

Abbott, who won a “wind leadership” award just this month, oversaw the near-collapse of wind energy generation last week. Yet the politicization of energy generation in favor of “green” alternatives over natural gas and other fossil fuels has led to the unintended consequences of freezing Texans facing multiple millions of dollars in property damage and worse.

More @ The Ron Paul Institute

Gretchen Wilson "Here For The Party" Live

 One of my favorite lines. "I may not be a 10 but the boys say I clean up good."


An Invigorating Spirit of Patriotism

Andrew Jackson thought of himself as not an innovator or man of ideas, but that he must revive and continue Jeffersonian principles in the federal government. He was a man hostile to the clamoring abolitionist radicals and in general to the various “isms” of the North, sure to cause strife where none should be. His conception of patriotism included a determination to uphold the national honor and interests, even at the risk of war.

More @ Circa1865

Why the Capitol Riot Terrified the Elite


These days, it sure looks like they have them right where they want them. Using the storming of the Capitol Building as a pretext, the media-government alliance has targeted Trump, his supporters, and their fellow travelers harder than ever before. Many on the right consider the January 6 storming to have been a dream come true for the leftist elite—giving them the ability to impeach Trump again, deplatform right-wingers, and weaponize the Justice Department against the establishment’s foes. Everything, though, may not be as it first seems. There’s no reason to be despondent or worry that the Left has sealed its ultimate victory—it has done no such thing. Rather, the storming, for what it's worth, proved the power of ragtag populists and exposed the elite’s shaky foundations. There’s a reason they’re so terrified.

What Happened?

More @ Mises

NC: Teacher Asked Students to List Their Political Party and Why, Then Publicized Their Responses, It Didn't End Well

 Via David

There’s been a lot of controversy over Joe Biden’s seeming reluctance to want all the public schools opening up as soon as possible. Obviously, that’s not making a lot of parents very happy.

But if they saw what just happened at Porter Ridge High School in Indian Trail, North Carolina, they just might not want to send their kids back.

A teacher, as part of an assignment, asked kids to list what political party they would choose and had them write it down, and explain why. The teacher then publicized to the rest of the class what each student had chosen and what they had written, with conservative students being bullied, according to WCNC. 

More @ Red State

Black History Month: The Facts

 Via Carl

February is Black History Month and a time to celebrate the many significant and far reaching accomplishments of black Americans.  Instead we’re endlessly bombarded by a vitriolic media, Hollywood, and academia with claims that America was founded on slavery.  Christianity is rejected as "the white man's religion that justified slavery." 

A historical review shines the light of truth on these false charges.


Despite the assertion that America cornered the market on slavery, slavery has been a worldwide institution since the beginning of civilization.  Thomas Sowell, renowned black economist and philosopher, provides insights about slavery in his book (chapter titled “Twisted History”).

More @ American Thinker

LIVE With General Flynn and His View of American Politics on Truth Unveiled with Paul Oebel

Trump Officially Endorses Ex-Aide Max Miller in Primary Battle Against Impeachment-Supporting Republican

Fox News reported Trump on Friday endorsed one of his former aides, Max Miller, for Congress in the 2022 race. Miller will attempt to unseat GOP Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio in the state’s 16th district next fall.

The endorsement came weeks after Gonzalez was one of 10 House Republicans to vote to impeach the former president over his role in the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. Trump previously indicated that he would play an active role on the campaign trail during the midterm elections.

“Max Miller is a wonderful person who did a great job at the White House and will be a fantastic Congressman,” Trump said in a statement through his Save America PAC. “He is a Marine Veteran, a son of Ohio, and a true PATRIOT.”

More @ Team Candace Owens

Donald Trump Jr. speech at CPAC 2021

Watch: Golden Statue of Former President Trump Appears at CPAC


Ted Cruz Fires Back After Former Speaker Goes ‘Off-Script’ in Audiobook Memoir: ‘Ted Cruz, Go F**k Yourself’

 Ted Cruz Fires Back After Former Speaker Goes ‘Off-Script’ in Audiobook Memoir: ‘Ted Cruz, Go F**k Yourself’

Former House Speaker Joe Boehner told Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to “go f**k yourself” while taping the audiobook of his memoir, according to Axios.

Boehner said, “Oh, and Ted Cruz, go f**k yourself.” while recording for his book, titled “On The House: A Washington Memoir,” Axios reported Thursday.

More @ RTM


Via Lê Bá Dzũng

"This is the real image of Viet Nam! Every time I hear the News said North Korea follows Vietnam example, it sicks to my stomach 🤮 North Korea should follow South Korea, not Vietnam!" 

 May be an image of 3 people

Friday, February 26, 2021

New Orleans' Last Brewery Removes 114-year-old 'Dixie Beer' Name From its Famous Tower

 Via Marc


    The Dixie Brewing Company, creators of Dixie Beer, a 107-year-old New Orleans lager, is rebranding itself by dropping the word 'Dixie' from its name

As Mother would say, what does this have to do with the price of eggs in China?

The 114-year-old Dixie Beer logo on the brewery tower in New Orleans was painted over on Wednesday as the new Faubourg label is set to hit store shelves after the famous lager was rebranded in the wake of the George Floyd killing.

Faubourg Beer will be available for purchase in the coming weeks after the company that brewed it decided to rebrand its entire operation and drop the ‘Dixie’ name in response to the protests following the killing of George Floyd.

More @ Daily Mail

US admits F-35 failed to replace F-16 as planned, needs new fighter jet

 US admits F-35 failed to replace F-16 as planned, needs new fighter jet

Via 4Branch "This is why I argue for dual sourcing.   OK so Boeing lost the JSF competition, Lockheed has to give them the plans and in the first three years procurement gets split 60/40 between the two plants.  Lockheed gets 60 as a reward for winning the competition.   At the end of three years, whoever delivers planes with less unit-cost gets 60% of the next contract.   At the end of that contract, we re-evaluate again before awarding a weighted contract for the next batch....This damn boondoggle has been in development since Bubba and his lovely wife Bruno were in the White House in the mid-90s.  It should have been in service in numbers 10 years ago.   But here we are and only Lockheed is slowly pumping them out...During World War 2 Vought's Corsair was also built by Brewster and Goodyear.    GM build Grumman's Wildcat and Avenger.  Bell built their own P-39 series as well as Curtiss' P-40.    Ford built Consolidated's B-24.   Let's get some of that going so we no longer have only a single source who can cry for more money." 

4 Presidents

 Via Billy

May be an image of text that says 'BUSH IN OFFICE OBAMA IN OFFICE FORWARD. TRUMP IN OFFICE BIDEN IN OFFICE MERICA GREATAGAIN Quality red pill meme for normies: 4.7K O Pepe Lives Matter, 11:54'

Senate Parliamentarian Shoots Down Biden, Democrat Push to Hike Minimum Wage in $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Bill

The U.S. Senate parliamentarian ruled Thursday evening that President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats cannot procedurally include a minimum wage hike in their $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, a setback for the Democrats and the new president.

The ruling by the parliamentarian is a major setback for Democrats who had hoped to include a hike to a $15 federal minimum wage in the bill.

More @ Breitbart Business

NC: Ask Senators Burr & Tillis to Reject the "Equality Act"

 Via Jonathan

In just days, the Congress of the United States will vote on the Equality Act, which poses one of the most severe threats to our First Amendment freedoms of speech, association, and religion to ever be considered in Washington.

It is urgent that you make it absolutely clear to your members of Congress that not only is this not “equality,” but it’s downright dangerous. Our nation was founded upon the bedrock principal that all of us are created equal. However, the Equality Act is a cheap counterfeit of our fundamental rights, and every lawmaker needs to know that you adamantly oppose this bill which will wreak havoc on our society and result in a complete cultural revolution. 

More and sign @ NC Values

Amazon Prime Stops Streaming Clarence Thomas Documentary During Black History Month

 Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Thomas Sowell and the late Walter Williams – two accomplished and well-regarded black conservative economists – have written for decades about how liberal social policies beginning with Great Society programs in the 1960s and continuing today have failed miserably.  Can there be any doubt of failure for policies that have contributed to the black out-of-wedlock birthrate going from 11 percent in 1938 to more than 75 percent today? That 82 percent of black households were two-parent in 1950 and today more than 70 percent of black households are headed by a single mother?  But to question these policies is racist?

Amazon showed it has its limits when it comes to its dedication to diversity and inclusion when it failed to continue streaming a critically acclaimed and popular documentary on the only black Supreme Court justice during Black History Month.

Recently, Amazon Prime dropped Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words, an acclaimed and popular PBS documentary on Justice Clarence Thomas, making it unavailable to stream during Black History Month.  Thomas is our nation’s only black justice currently serving on the U.S. Supreme Court, and one would think that between Amazon’s claim to “building an inclusive culture” and the fact that it’s Black History Month, Amazon would want to stream this inspiring documentary on its platform.

More @ Breitbart

Is ‘Cancel Culture’ Coming for Your FINANCES & Credit Cards Next?

 Via David via NC Renegade

Rand Paul questions Dr. Rachel Levine on puberty blockers for minors with gender dysphoria

Trump Unveils Plan for Super PAC with Corey Lewandowski in the Lead & Mitch McConnell ‘Absolutely’ Would Support Trump if GOP Nominee in 2024

 Trump Unveils Plan for Super PAC with Corey Lewandowski in the Lead, Report

As former President Donald Trump prepares for his Sunday address at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, he is also laying the groundwork for his new political activities, according to a published report.

Trump told his advisers Thursday that he has chosen Corey Lewandowski, who served as his campaign manager in 2015 and early 2016, to lead a super PAC he is forming, according to Politico, which cited as its source “multiple people familiar with the discussion.”

More @ RTM



“We gained seats in the House. We elected 50 Republican senators when everybody was predicting we were going to lose the Senate. The Democrats didn’t flip a single state legislature. We flipped two [and] picked up a governor.“ The Republican Party had a very good day on November 3,” McConnell continued. “We’re sorry we lost the White House, but the Republican Party demonstrated once again [that] this is a 50/50 nation, we are very competitive and will be competitive again in ’22.”

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Thursday he would “absolutely” support Donald Trump if the former president won the Republican nomination in 2024.

However, McConnell told “Special Report” host Bret Baier that “there’s a lot to happen between now and ’24. I’ve got at least four members, I think, that are planning on running for president, plus governors and others. There is no incumbent, [so it] should be a wide-open race and fun for you all to cover.”

More @ Team Candace Owens

Watch: CPAC Crowd Surrounds Jim Acosta, Starts Chanting ‘CNN Sucks!’

Watch: CPAC Crowd Surrounds Jim Acosta, Starts Chanting ‘CNN Sucks!’


CNN’s Jim Acosta arrived at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Friday and was quickly surrounded and heckled by attendees.

CPAC is taking place in Orlando, Florida and will feature various speakers, including former President Donald Trump.

Bloomberg News’ William Turton tweeted about the scene on Friday and noted that Acosta was loudly heckled by the crowd as he walked through the building.

More @ RTM

IGNORED BY MEDIA AND FBI: Antifa-BLM Activists Are Posting Photos and Bragging Online About Storming US Capitol on Jan. 6

 Via Billy

Earlier this week we asked the question:
“Can We Reform a FBI that Behaves Like a Gestapo?”

It is a legitimate question to raise because there are still some patriots serving within the ranks of the FBI who are beyond distraught over the gross politicization of their once proud, respected organization. Some of the men and women with 20 years in are simply counting days and hours until they can punch out. There is genuine, deep seated hatred for Christopher Wray and his coterie of lackeys eager to suckle on the teat of the Deep State.

The final straw for many in the bureau is the dishonest response to the January 6 swarm at the U.S. Capitol. For starters, the FBI had intelligence about Antifa’s plans to infiltrate the crowds of Trump supporters and incite violence. But the FBI also was manipulating some of the very groups labeled as “white supremacists”, e.g. the Proud Boys. 

More @ The Gateway Pundit

San Clemente

My 1st Daughter Emily who was born in Saigon 5th from right and her Daughter Ella 6th from right.

Congratulations Emily, Tesse and crew. You guys have done it again, for the fifth year in a row, earning your best of San Clemente award. More importantly, you adapted and kept your business up and running even though most of this last year was severely restricted by the orders put in place by California. This just proves that when you love what you do even some of the tallest hurdles can be overcome. Congratulations ladies and thank you to all of San Clemente that frequent and help support our local small businesses.


Thursday, February 25, 2021

Gordon Chang: Biden approves financing China's military: Kills Trump order that canceled permission for investments


Chang was told by Roger Robinson, chairman of the Prague Securities Studies Institute, that changing Trump's order "would only serve to enrich Wall Street and Beijing at the expense of American security, fundamental values, and investor protection."

President Joe Biden has been busy with executive orders focused on reversing President Trump's legacy.

One order dropped a Trump program to deport convicted sex offenders who are in the United States illegally.

Now China expert Gordon Chang, the author of "The Coming Collapse of China" and a senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute, points out Biden has reversed a Trump action that prevented Americans from financing China's military.

More @ WND

The Big Monochrome Picture


The principal character in Joyce Maynard’s 1992 novel “To Die For” said that if you look too closely at a black and white photograph, all you see are a series of black dots on a white background and then added that one must step back in order to see the big picture.  That, of course, is the problem today with any discourse in regard to slavery . . . all one is supposed to see are the dots of Southern black slaves toiling away in a field of cotton on their white master’s plantation.  If you step back, however, you will see a far broader picture of slavery and black life in the South, both free and slave.  

One person to see such a scene was the late Dr. Thaddeus Wilber Tate, Jr., a history professor at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.  In 1957, at the height of America’s civil rights movement, Dr. Tate wrote a lengthy research report for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation entitled “The Negro in Eighteenth Century Williamsburg.”  His in-depth study probed virtually every aspect of black life in Williamsburg and colonial Virginia that provided an excellent view of black history in general during that period.

More @ The Abbeville Institute

Sell Off 

The brutal sell-off in the stock and the bond market Thursday was ignited by fears that the economy could overheat later this year and generate a high level of inflation that would force the Fed to hike rates earlier than expected. This is the scenario that economists like Larry Summer and Olivier Blanchard were warning about a few weeks ago. It's become more likely because the data shows that the economy is already stronger than expected. Thursday's sell-off, for example, was preceded by jobless claims numbers showing a sharp downturn in layoffs.

The message of the sell-off is pretty clear: we do not need $1.9 trillion of stimulus spending. The bill was written under assumptions about the economy that have turned out to be too pessimistic. What looked responsible back in January now looks irresponsible. The Atlanta Fed's GDPNow says the data show us growing at a 9.6 percent rate. You don't pour another $1.9 trillion onto that kind of growth.

However painful it is to watch broad market downturns, there is some upside. The breadth of the sell-off and the huge spike in bond yields makes the message about the stimulus bill hard to miss. The market is providing a signal to Washington: tone down the stimulus.

That's not to say that the economy does not need any aid. Tens of millions of Americans are still out of work, and many businesses are operating with reduced capacity. Many businesses have folded, and new business creation has been stymied. By Olivier Blanchard's estimate, the output gap—the difference between how much our economy could produce and how much it will produce this year without stimulus—is likely around $900 billion. A bill around that size would not overheat the economy. But can the Democratic leadership walk back their spending plans without enraging the far left?

Alex Marlow & John Carney
Breitbart News Network

We Mean to WIN this Heritage War

 Watch highlights from President Donald Trump's Mt. Rushmore address

"The radical view of American history is a web of lies, all perspective is removed, every virtue is obscured, every motive is twisted, every fact is distorted and every flaw is magnified until the history is purged and the record is disfigured beyond all recognition."

President Donald J. Trump,
Speech at Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota
July 3, 2020


Going on Offense in South Carolina
with the American Heritage Association
Battles Raging Across Georgia

Multiple Georgia SCV Suits
and a Georgia Minutemen Suit,
ALL at A Critical Stage

Abbeville Institute Will Respond to Washington and Lee University

 I had planned to publish Part II of The War Through Women's Eyes by Douglas Southall Freeman, this week, and will soon, but so many important heritage fights and initiatives are going on, I wanted to help them all as much as possible right this minute!

More @ Charleston Athenaeum Press

Five Counties In Democrat Controlled Oregon Look To Leave To Idaho


My copy and paste hasn't worked on this site for the last two days, so... More @ WLT

Sidney Powell, Mike Lindell and Joseph Flynn Plan To Primary Out RINOS


Mueller files show Flynn under investigation earlier than ...      

  US vs Flynn: 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' - John B. Wells News

    @ WLT

Equality Act: "Would Promote the most Comprehensive Assault on Christianity ever Written into Law"

 Broken crucifix.

Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler Texas warned late Wednesday the Equality Act is destructive legislation that would do untold damage to the country if passed.

“The Equality Act being considered in Congress is a threat to people of faith in this nation,” Bishop Strickland said on Twitter. “I urge all who believe in God and the truth of His Divine Revelation to speak up and let their members of Congress and Senators know that this bill threatens the heart of our nation.”

The bishop’s appeal dovetails with a recent summons by leaders of the U.S. Bishops’ Conference (USCCB) for Congress to reject the proposed legislation, insisting it would demolish “precious rights to life and conscience.”

Writing to members of the U.S. Congress, the bishops warned the Equality Act would “discriminate against people of faith” and “inflict numerous legal and social harms on Americans.”

More @ Breitbart

Greene a plumb target or trouble for Trump-hating Dems?

 Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

The targeting of a controversial GOP lawmaker by Democrats is not about punishing bad behavior but conservative dissent, says a conservative columnist.

Marjorie Taylor Greene, the freshman Georgia congresswoman, made herself an easy target for Democrats and the media when it was revealed during her campaign she had embraced the QAnon conspiracy theory and endorsed other conspiracy theories, too, as recently as 2018.

Prominent party leaders openly distanced themselves from her after the first-time candidate won election last November but those same party leaders openly stood behind her when Greene apologized for “words of the past” in a Feb. 5 floor speech.

More @ ONN

White House NOT MENTALLY FIT: Three Dozen House Democrats Demand Biden Relinquish Control of Nuclear Codes

President-imposed Joe Biden is already being undermined by Democrats who want him out of the picture and replaced with an individual who does not have severe cognitive impairments. 

Three dozen House Democrats have signed a letter urging for the nuclear codes to be removed from Biden as they attempt to neuter the illegitimate Commander-in-Chief before his dementia leads to a potential disaster.

In their letter, the disingenuous Democrats framed it as if Trump, who pulled troops out of many different countries, was the reason they were taking this order even though he was just ousted from office.


Via David "Short video.  Precisely right. If you can disappear someone from public life, isolate them, and terminate their ability to work, etc., and you view them as outright evil, then the death camps cannot be far behind."

Black Lives Matter Foundation Raked In More Than $90 Million Last Year

 Voices for Life : Sign Outside Local Planned Parenthood ...

Outside of the Planned Parenthood building in Bedford, Ohio sits a sign stating “Black Lives Don’t Matter Here.” Sadly, this sign accurately represents Planned Parenthood’s blatant targeting of minorities, especially African Americans.

The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) made more than $90 million amid the unrest that swept the U.S. in 2020.

Disclosing their financial situation for the first time in their eight-year history, the foundation revealed in documents shared exclusively with The Associated Press that much of the windfall came from small donations gathered via their main fundraising platform.

More @ The Daily Wire

Liz Cheney Slammed for Attacking Trump at Conference, GOP Leaders Seen Cringing at Her Remarks

 Liz Cheney Slammed for Attacking Trump at Conference, GOP Leaders Seen Cringing at Her Remarks

Donald Trump Jr. blasted Cheney following her remarks, writing on Twitter: “Liz Cheney knows she can’t get reelected in Wyoming because the people there hate her, so she’s trying hard to make sure her new friends at CNN will hire her once she loses her primary. #LincolnProjectLiz is less popular with Republicans than Andrew Cuomo is at nursing homes!”

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) was slammed on Wednesday morning following remarks that she made during a press conference in which she attacked former President Donald Trump, a move that visibly irritated top Republican House leaders present at the event.

The remarks come as the political left has sought to divide the Republican Party by continuing to press GOP officials about where they stand on Trump moving forward.

More @ RTM

School-Wide (St. Margaret’s) Email Condemns Student For Calling ‘Racist’ Candace Owens A ‘Black Trailblazer’

In a school-wide email, a Virginia high school student was attacked for choosing “racist” Candace Owens as a “Black Trailblazer” for her Black History Month presentation. 

Julia Saville was a junior at St. Margaret’s High School in Tappahannock, Virginia. St. Margaret’s is a small school with approximately 107 students in the 8-12th grades. Saville is a chapter leader for Turning Point USA and joined her school’s Black Student Union to diversify her understanding of cultural issues, particularly in light of the Black Lives Matter movement. 

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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Luxurious Private Villa Opens Doors to Guests in Phu Quoc

 Luxurious Private Villa Opens Doors to Guests in Phu Quoc - Saigoneer

Accompanied by the patter of footsteps on ceramic tiles and the soft hush of ocean waves, passing lavish lacquer paintings and 19th century furniture when making your way down to the balcony overlooking the beach feels like stepping back into an idyllic vision of a bygone era.

But it’s not an imagined setting, rather one very much rooted in a specific person’s memory.

Madame Catherine led the type of romantic life few people get to experience. Phu Quoc’s cool breezes, stunning beaches and lush vegetation lured her grandfather down from China in the 19th century with dreams of establishing a pepper plantation. But after falling in love with the woman who would become Catherine’s grandmother, the pair moved to Phnom Penh, where Catherine was born in 1935. She grew up in a glamorous colonial villa and savored summer vacations beside the Tonlé Sap Lake’s placid waters, where her family’s fishing fleet floated.

The dream-like existence came to an abrupt halt during World War II, when Japanese troops interned her entire family upon occupying the region. After the war, a return to her previous life spent indulging in imported luxuries and mingling with Cambodian royalty and foreign socialites was all too brief, as the region again fell into chaos and her family was forced to flee. Memories of her home and the elegant lifestyle that accompanied it, however, never left her thoughts. Eventually, she was able to return to Southeast Asia and recreate the atmosphere enjoyed during her halcyon youth.

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[Photos] A Glimpse of Turn-of-the-Century Indochina

 Check out These Vintage Stamps From French Indochina ... 

France didn't colonize Vietnam overnight.

From infrastructure initiatives that included roads, bridges and dams to farming operations and marketplace architecture, France's decades-long dominion over its colony produced some profound changes but they took time. And before they could effectively modify urban and rural landscapes, they needed to survey it. Such exploration has resulted in a large number of photographs of the region taken by officials and hobbyists alike that reveal the country before it was significantly altered by European intrusion.

This collection of photos from 1899 focuses on both urban and agrarian settings. While shot in black and white, it's impossible to not recognize how they burst with greenery. One can practically smell the freshly tilled paddy muck and taste the brick dust wafting off of construction sites.

Get a glimpse of Vietnam as it was undergoing its transformation at the beginning of colonization in these photograph.

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Project Veritas: Leaked Insider Tape Reveals Salesforce’s Plan to Deplatform ‘Broader Range’ of Customers

Again: 'Inexplicable' for high court to pass up PA ballot lawsuit

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"[I suspect] Justice [John] Roberts and others on that court are really afraid that the Democrats are going to expand the court and they will lose their power," AFR radio host Sandy Rios told her audience a day after the court's ruling and the three justices' dissent.

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it will not take several election fraud challenges in five states ---Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin --- but three of the justices said they wanted to hear the Pennsylvania challenge pertaining to the state's mail in-ballot controversy. The issue split state legislators and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court over a state law that mandated a Nov. 3 deadline for absentee votes.

Democrats have relentlessly mocked allegations of fraud as “unfounded” conspiracy theories but post-election polls showed as many as three-fourths of Republicans surveyed insisted that Trump won and Joe Biden is an illegitimate president.

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The Death of the Museum of the Confederacy


The Museum of the Confederacy - A Brief Look At A Worsening

 The Beginning Of Our Attempt To Build A Case Against The MOC 

From Val above

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 In May of 2008, I became embroiled in a situation that had developed with the former Museum of the Confederacy. Having received an e-mail sent to the membership from Director S. Waite Rawls asking for an opinion about removing the word “Confederacy” from the Museum’s title, I assumed that he was taking heat from the ongoing crusade against all things Southern and advised him to hold his ground in the face of such politically correct extortion! Alas, my answer was not what the gentleman wished to hear—though he never responded to me. For Mr. Rawls was of the opinion that any mention of the Confederacy or Confederate was beyond the pale and the time had come to abandon such nomenclature. Today that great shrine has become the American Civil War Museum after being joined to the black run Tredegar Iron Works under the Parks Department.

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Texas blackouts were deliberate?

 Via 4Branch

texas power

 To be clear, the Biden regime refused all requests from Abbott that would have helped Texans during the worst of the brutal storm. As a result, many suffered, others died, and still others are receiving exorbitant electric bills at rates of $1,500 per Megawatt hour (MWh).

Had China Joe simply signed off on Texas’ request to up its energy generation maximum from 60 percent to full capacity in anticipation of the recent polar vortex disaster, the Lone Star State never would have suffered any blackouts. This is the claim of the @amuse account on Twitter, the owner of which also runs the news aggregation site “Deplatformed.”

While many of Texas’ “green” wind turbines failed upon freezing, the state could have made up for this loss by really pumping out the fossil fuels, which is prohibited under federal regulations, save for an exemption.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott apparently requested such of the Biden regime, only to be rejected despite the impending emergency. Consequently, millions of Texans suffered through days of no power in record-low temperatures, which injured and killed many.

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Texas Judge Bans Enforcement of Biden 100-Day Deportation Freeze ‘Indefinitely’

 Texas Judge Bans Enforcement of Biden 100-Day Deportation Freeze ‘Indefinitely’

A Texas judge issued a stunning blow to the Biden administration Wednesday, “indefinitely” enjoining the White House from enforcing the president’s executive order declaring a 100-day moratorium on deportations.

As The Daily Wire reported Tuesday, the same federal judge, Judge Drew Tipton, already issued a temporary ban on enforcing President Joe Biden’s executive order, noting that the administration failed “to provide any concrete, reasonable justification for a 100-day pause on deportations.”

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Ex-Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund Says He Had Intel Antifa Was Part of the (False Flag) January 6 Attack (VIDEO)

 Via Billy

According to a former FBI agent on the ground at the US Capitol, at least one bus load of Antifa goons infiltrated the Trump rally as part of a false flag operation.

Ex-Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund dropped a bombshell on lawmakers on Tuesday in his opening statement during a hearing before the Senate Rules and Homeland Security committees.

Mr. Sund testified that according to intelligence gathered by law enforcement groups, members of the Proud Boys, white supremacist groups, ANTIFA and other extremist groups were expected to participate on January 6 and that they may be inclined to become violent. 

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Black, Latino Seniors in Virginia Get COVID-19 Vaccine Priority as White 85-Year-Olds Wait

 Via John

In a move that is outraging senior citizens throughout Virginia, the state is shifting its COVID-19 vaccination distribution to prioritize black and Latino residents even as desperate 85-year-olds interviewed by Judicial Watch struggle to get the shot. Like several other states, Virginia is vaccinating its population in phases, with healthcare personnel and residents of long-term care facilities receiving utmost priority. With that population completed, according to the Virginia Department of Health, the second group includes a peculiar combination of frontline workers, people 65 and over, those with medical conditions, incarcerated criminals and those living in homeless shelters or “migrant labor camps.”

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Elon Musk Fires Back at WaPo Story and Owner Jeff Bezos: ‘Give My Regards to Your Puppet Master’

 Elon Musk Fires Back at WaPo Story and Owner Jeff Bezos: ‘Give My Regards to Your Puppet Master’

Asked for comment by The Washington Post on a profile that quoted various critics slamming him for being stretched too thin, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Space X, fired back at the Post and ostensibly its owner Jeff Bezos.

The Post’s article starts by noting Musk’s exhausting schedule of commuting from his home in southern California, the Tesla plant in northern California, a new factory in Austin, Texas and SpaceX’s launch facility on Texas’ Gulf Coast. Then the Post quotes unnamed “critics” who assert that Musk’s focus on Space X and other ventures has permitted the quality of Tesla to “fall victim.”

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