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  • Legendary Baseball Announcer Blasts Socialism During Game Broadcast (Vin Scully)

    06/21/2016 3:15:27 PM PDT · 69 of 69
    justiceseeker93 to ml/nj; All
    "This payoff pitch is brought to you by Wendy's," or "This call to the bullpen is sponsored by you local Good Olds Guys." It really is annoying.

    Agreed. One of the many reasons why baseball on the radio now is no where as popular now as it was in the fifties and sixties.

    Walk around the streets of a major city when a game is in progress now and you'll very seldom hear the call of a game blaring from a store, a private home, or a car. Quite a contrast from years gone by.

  • Legendary Baseball Announcer Blasts Socialism During Game Broadcast (Vin Scully)

    06/21/2016 12:27:17 PM PDT · 67 of 69
    justiceseeker93 to EveningStar; ml/nj; BluesDuke; Sarah Barracuda; dfwgator; henkster; okie01; shortstop; GOPJ
    That'a a photo of Scully (post # 66) as a young broadcaster at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, with the bottle of Schaefer Beer and the carton of Lucky Strike cigarettes at the ready for TV advertisements. Yes, they used to have the play-by-play announcers doing live commercials from the TV booth between innings in those days, and many of the teams' TV sponsors were beer and tobacco companies. No interference from government -- yet!

    That same photo was published in Sports Illustrated about a month ago with an interesting cover story on Scully and his career.

  • Legendary Baseball Announcer Blasts Socialism During Game Broadcast (Vin Scully)

    06/21/2016 6:53:09 AM PDT · 65 of 69
    justiceseeker93 to ifinnegan; BluesDuke; henkster; GOPJ; shortstop; Sarah Barracuda; EveningStar; ml/nj; dfwgator; ...
    I don't know Vin Scully personally, but my intuitive guess is that he's been on the conservative side of things all these years, working in an an environment - baseball (as well as media) - which has morphed steadily toward the left over his long time on the job with the Dodgers, especially in the past two or three decades.

    He had probably been restraining himself from getting into serious discussions over things he had seen around him that were gnawing at him for awhile, in the interest of preserving his unparalleled reputation in the sportscasting world. But now, knowing that he is in his final year on the job, he temporarily lost that restraint and let off some "politically incorrect" steam. He's at the stage where he really has nothing to lose and he knows it.

    Congratulations, Vin, for using your iconic status to irritate the lefty sports media and the MSM as a whole. They richly deserve it.

  • Meygan Kelly show, FBI guest calls out Huma

    06/14/2016 7:41:34 PM PDT · 85 of 97
    justiceseeker93 to E. Pluribus Unum; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; theothercheek; SunkenCiv; SatinDoll; beaversmom; ...
    Thanks for the link to the article about Jack Cashill's forthcoming book on TWA 800. I'll be sure to look for it when it comes out. Cashill had written an earlier book on the same subject at least a decade ago, but I'm sure this one will have important new information.

    Will it have any effect on HRC's presidential campaign? Well, it all depends on who fired the fatal missile. Sources have said that the White House was in crisis mode on the evening of the crash, contrary to what one would expect if the accident were presumed to be due to mechanical failure of the plane.

  • Meygan Kelly show, FBI guest calls out Huma

    06/14/2016 12:09:51 PM PDT · 74 of 97
    justiceseeker93 to silverleaf; All
    Right on target, silverleaf!!!
  • Meygan Kelly show, FBI guest calls out Huma

    06/14/2016 12:08:18 PM PDT · 73 of 97
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; All
    So when did Huma Abedin’s parents’ connections to the Muslim Brotherhood (and Sisterhood) become “controversial,” as Megyn Kelly emphatically told James Kallstrom? This connection has been well known for years! Who is Kelly covering up for? Hillary Rotten Clinton???
  • Meygan Kelly show, FBI guest calls out Huma

    06/14/2016 12:04:17 PM PDT · 72 of 97
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; All
    So when did Huma Abedin’s parents’ connhections to the Muslim Brotherhood (and Sisterhood) become “controversial,” as Megyn Kelly emphatically told James Kallstrom? This connection has been well known for years! Who is Kelly covering up for? Hillary Rotten Clinton???
  • Meygan Kelly show, FBI guest calls out Huma

    06/14/2016 7:41:50 AM PDT · 66 of 97
    justiceseeker93 to txrefugee; All
    That blonde bimbo did everything she could to cut him off when he said the Obama administration has Muslim Brotherhood members in it and Hillary’s Huma Weiner has high ranking Muslim Brotherhood members in her family. She didn’t want the truth to be told on her show.

    Agreed. Please see me post # 65.

  • Meygan Kelly show, FBI guest calls out Huma

    06/14/2016 7:37:06 AM PDT · 65 of 97
    justiceseeker93 to DAC21; LucyT; SatinDoll; ml/nj; miss marmelstein; Liz; LottieDah; Eleutheria5; smoothsailing; ...
    I saw the Megyn Kelly interview with James Kallstrom, who at one time headed the FBI New York region. Kallstrom claimed that Huma Abedin's parents were connected to the Muslim Brotherhood - which to me is an established fact, as part of his contention that radical Islamists were using influence in Washington. Then Kelly, acting like the bitch she is rapidly morphing into, got into Kallstom' s grill and claimed that the Abedin parents' linkage to the Muslim Brotherhood was not a fact, but a matter of controversy. Kallstrom tried to make his point again but was shouted down by Kelly, and the interview, which began politely, ended on an angry note.

    Something mean has gotten into Ms. Kelly since she got into that spat with Donald Trump. Don't know what it is, hate to say it, but she is really changing for the worse, acting so pompously. Maybe that short hair do has something to do with it (LOL!) or maybe she's a secret HRC supporter.

  • Founder Of Judge Curiel's Group: Whites Should Go Back To Europe, Calif To Be ‘Hispanic State’

    06/10/2016 6:59:11 AM PDT · 25 of 56
    justiceseeker93 to Biggirl; Eleutheria5; Vaquero; Liz; IsraelBeach; ChicagoHebrew; andy58-in-nh; smoothsailing; ...
    It's about time that American politicians finally understand that La Raza is just as much a hate group as is the Ku Klux Klan, and, instead of hobnobbing with La Raza, denounce them for what they are.
  • Founder Of Judge Curiel's Group: Whites Should Go Back To Europe, Calif To Be ‘Hispanic State’

    06/10/2016 6:38:30 AM PDT · 22 of 56
    justiceseeker93 to Biggirl; Vaquero; Marcella; Sun; Sacajaweau; theothercheek; originalbuckeye; miss marmelstein; ...
    This Trump judge controversy brings up the broader issue of the unintended(?) consequences of leftist biases in judicial and other government legal hiring, including the subtle use of affirmative action in the appointments of judges, prosecutors, and other court personnel.

    Donald Trump is far from the first white male (in a few instances, white female) to be shafted in a judicial proceeding by such a leftist appointment and hiring policy, just the most prominent. It's a very common occurrence in courtrooms across the country where leftist court officials (especially "minorities") abuse their power to the detriment of white males who appear as parties before them in civil criminal, and administrative cases.

    It all results in a loss of basic integrity and fairness in the judicial system, which continues to crumble with rest of society as leftist values undermine our bedrock American institutions.

  • Trump: suicide of Bill Clinton's counsel Vince Foster 'very fishy' – as it happened

    06/09/2016 7:35:25 AM PDT · 442 of 448
    justiceseeker93 to bigredkitty1; All
    Trump should hire his own security force. His Secret Service detail may be good, but Trump needs to hire better. I put nothing past the Clintons. NOTHING.

    I'm confident Trump already has his own security force, which works in conjunction with his Secret Service detail.

  • Trump: suicide of Bill Clinton's counsel Vince Foster 'very fishy' – as it happened

    06/08/2016 6:23:46 AM PDT · 439 of 448
    justiceseeker93 to Art in Idaho; combat_boots; exit82; theothercheek; David; sheik yerbouty; LucyT; Fedora; Cicero; ...
    Statute of limitations on Murder in D.C. is what? Anyone know?

    As far as I know, there is no statute of limitations for murder in any jurisdiction within the United States. So anyone involved in the Foster murder conspiracy - and who is still alive - can still be prosecuted to this day. What it will take is a degree of political courage that hasn't been seen over the past 23 years.

    Interesting you mentioned the District of Columbia in the statute of limitations discussion. DC is the appropriate jurisdiction, because the murder did actually take place there. Note that the official government reports, however, place the death in Virginia.

    But it could be that there can be federal criminal charges here as well, perhaps based on Foster's position at the time as a United States official, or perhaps based on the location of the body on federal property.

  • Trump, Clinton, Sanders and the anti-Semites

    06/07/2016 6:55:57 AM PDT · 16 of 25
    justiceseeker93 to Katya
    Live Action Role Playing... lol You know when people dress up in gear and fake fight... it’s what they themselves call what they’re doing.

    Even if these LARPers think of what they are doing as a joke, it's pretty sick on their part. Unmistakably offensive antisemitic comments that they send should not be taken lightly.

    No, I'm not asking the government to ban them as hate speech. But moderators of the web sites that they post on should be diligent in policing them to the best of their capability.

  • Trump, Clinton, Sanders and the anti-Semites

    06/07/2016 6:15:11 AM PDT · 11 of 25
    justiceseeker93 to Katya; All
    LARPers? What does LARP stand for?
  • Trump, Clinton, Sanders and the anti-Semites

    06/07/2016 6:12:23 AM PDT · 10 of 25
    justiceseeker93 to SJackson; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Eleutheria5; Netz; jjotto; LucyT; Yaelle; miss marmelstein; ...
    Kirchik put it this way:‎ ‎"While it's certainly true that most of Trump's ‎supporters are neither racists nor anti-Semites, it ‎appears to be the case that all of the racists and ‎anti-Semites in this country (and many beyond) ‎support Trump."‎

    The conclusion is, to put it simply, ridiculous. Is ‎Kirchik unaware of anti-Semitism among ‎America's largest minority groups, especially ‎African-Americans and Hispanics (particularly new ‎immigrants from Latin America), as well as ‎among Muslims? The Anti-Defamation ‎League conducts regular surveys of Americans ‎by group and of populations in foreign countries ‎to identify how many people hold anti-Semitic ‎views‎. If one responds to certain questions with certain ‎responses -- Jews are too powerful, Jews control ‎Wall Street, Jews control the media, Jews always ‎think accumulation of money is paramount, Jews ‎are untrustworthy -- then this fits a classic anti-‎Semitic profile. The United States has one of the ‎lowest anti-Semitic scores in the world, 9%. But ‎it is more than double that among African-‎Americans and Hispanics and many times as high ‎among Muslims. If only the white ‎population is considered, the anti-Semitism rate in America is ‎about 4%.

    Does Kirchik really believe that the anti-Semites ‎identified in the ADL survey, who number in the ‎tens of millions if the survey results are extrapolated to the general ‎population, are all Trump supporters? One ‎wonders how this line made it through his ‎Commentary editors. Is Kirchik unfamiliar with ‎the likes of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Rev. ‎Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam, or the ‎incendiary anti-Semitism often found on black ‎talk radio?

    Richard Baehr, the author of the posted article, is right on target here, as far as he goes.

    But, as a matter of classification of political ideologies, I'm not sure if I would call Trump a "right-wing" candidate, nor would I necessarily classify the antisemitic Trump supporters as "right-wing."

    It surely works to the left's advantage to call them "right-wing," as it scares off potential Trump voters by painting Trump's candidacy as a "fascist" movement.

    IMHO, the Trump candidacy is neither "right-wing" nor "left-wing," but rather a populist amalgam of proposals from both. ‎

  • Noah Feldman Admits that First and Second Amendments are Fundamental Rights

    06/06/2016 7:15:49 AM PDT · 9 of 14
    justiceseeker93 to marktwain; SunkenCiv; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; SatinDoll; SecondAmendment; RKBA Democrat; ...
    Who the heck is this Noah Feldman? Never heard of him. Guess that's because I don't watch very much lefty TV.

    06/05/2016 2:37:50 PM PDT · 205 of 215
    justiceseeker93 to elcid1970; LucyT; hoosiermama; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; SatinDoll; kristinn; F15Eagle; RaceBannon; ...
    “If a president cannot trust his SS detail not to write tell-all books, he...” AND HIS WIFE SHOULDN’T TREAT THEM LIKE DIRT!!!


    And let's not forget that a Secret Service agent's job description includes the risk of possibly giving up his own life to save the lives of the President, First Lady, and others.

  • Hillary Clinton Caught With Lesbian Lovers

    06/04/2016 1:39:13 PM PDT · 146 of 149
    justiceseeker93 to GOPJ; All
    The story 'came out' to shake the gay money tree.

    Disagree. Remember that the National Enquirer, where the story came out, is owned by a big Trump supporter. Unless there's some duplicity going on, I don't think he'd want to shake the money tree for HRC.

    Same reason the 'men in little girl's bathrooms' came out.

    That's more plausible, what with this LGBT thing usually lumped together. But most of the "LGBT" money comes from male homosexuals, not transgenders, and the thinking here is that the large majority of gays out there oppose the "choose whatever gender bathroom makes you feel good" idea.

  • Hillary Clinton Caught With Lesbian Lovers

    06/03/2016 2:13:14 PM PDT · 138 of 149
    justiceseeker93 to Fedora; All
    "The ENQUIRER learned the list of Hillary’s lesbian lovers includes a beauty in her early 30s who has often traveled with Hillary; a popular TV and movie star; the daughter of a top government official; and a stunning model who got a career boost after allegedly sleeping with Hillary."

    Any nominations as to who each of these four women may be?

  • Hillary Clinton Caught With Lesbian Lovers

    06/03/2016 1:22:30 PM PDT · 137 of 149
    justiceseeker93 to bert; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; potlatch; PhilDragoo; Fedora; exit82; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; ...
    Hillary’s a dyke story to cover up Hillary’s an incompetent crook stories.

    Wrong! She's both a dyke (more accurately, bisexual) AND an incompetent crook. And even very likely a key figure in the Vince Foster rubout! In short, an all-around, multidimensional moral sleazebag!

    Link to National Enquirer story on Pamela Geller site available through Fedora's post # 133. Hat tip, Fedora! (no pun intended).

  • Hillary Clinton Caught With Lesbian Lovers

    06/02/2016 6:49:58 AM PDT · 122 of 149
    justiceseeker93 to Netz; All
    Huma has that dark, exotic Middle Eastern look but look who she married. A Jewish schnook, pervert.

    Obviously, the usual Sharia laws applying to Muslims marrying outside of the faith do not seem to apply to Huma. Special dispensation for her services to jihad?

  • Hillary Clinton Caught With Lesbian Lovers

    06/02/2016 6:42:00 AM PDT · 121 of 149
    justiceseeker93 to libstripper; ExTexasRedhead; ml/nj; SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; Eleutheria5; Libloather; NoLibZone; ...
    Lesbo or not, the important thing is just about every significant male member of Huma’s family is up to his eyeballs with the Muslim Brotherhood, a traitiorous anti-American organization similar to the Nazi and Communist parties. The Witch, by hiring that enemy agent woman and giving her full access to our most vital secrets, committed espionage and treason. Indeed, that’s probably the strongest reason for the Witch’s illegal server—it enabled the Witch to leave our most vital secrets on an open buffet available to our worst enemies.

    You hit the nail right on the head!

  • Hillary Clinton Caught With Lesbian Lovers

    05/30/2016 3:15:05 PM PDT · 111 of 149
    justiceseeker93 to rhinohunter; LucyT; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Sun; Sacajaweau; Clintonfatigued; Alamo-Girl; ...
    First of all, what person does not already think hitlery is a Lesbo?

    The National Enquirer is always playing up all their stories as blockbusters to sell their supermarket tabloid. In this case it has been very well known since the Clinton presidency that HRC has had lesbian affairs. Ed Klein was among the first to report on that in a book that came out some time in the 1990s. In it, he traced the roots of her lesbianism to a lesbo culture that had existed for decades at her alma mater, Wellesley.

    More recently, perhaps a decade ago, there was a cover srory In New York Magazine, which spilled the beans on HRC's relationship with her long-time aide, Huma Abedin.

    Second, how could such a fact possibly hurt her in this queer-obsessed nation?

    It's just lefty media the lefty politicians that obsessed with homosexuality, but since the left controls the media for the most part, many in the duped masses think that the whole country is obsessed with it.

    But here's one fact that all male voters should be aware of, but the MSM will never tell them: there is a high statistical correlation between being a lesbian and harboring negative feelings toward the male gender. (The latter is termed "misandry.") So unless a male voter is a masochist, he should think long and hard about throwing his vote to a lesbian candidate.

  • Imagine No Possessions, Imagine Venezuela

    05/23/2016 4:48:10 PM PDT · 8 of 35
    justiceseeker93 to Clintonfatigued; All
    I cannot emphasize this enough: Venezuela has more oil reserves than Saudi Arabia.

    I know that Venezuela sells gasoline in the US under the name VALERO. Since Chavez became the dictator there, I for one have no interest in patronizing those gas stations.

  • Amid Shouts of 'Shame,' House GOP Defeats Gay Rights Measure

    05/22/2016 10:43:50 AM PDT · 56 of 64
    justiceseeker93 to massmike; goldstategop; faithhopecharity; LucyT; SatinDoll; ml/nj; firebrand; theothercheek; ...
    Can someone succinctly summarize this debate on the Maloney amendment for me? What was its purpose and what was the original bill it was amended to? As usual, I can't get to the crux of the specific issue just from reading the jibberish of “gay rights bill,” which is what this posted ABC News article repeatedly calls it. Whatever it was, every single ‘Rat in the House seems to have voted for it.
  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/21/2016 4:59:06 PM PDT · 101 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to ArtDodger; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yaelle; exit82; LucyT; Fedora; David; patriot08; Alamo-Girl; ...
    Didn’t the autopsy also indicate that Foster had engaged in sex with a blonde woman shortly before his death?

    That theory didn't originate from the autopsy, but rather from laboratory tests on Foster's clothing. There were semen stains on his underwear and blonde hairs on his clothing.

    But there is an alternative explanation for that. Ejection of semen immediately after death is fairly common in men, and doesn't have to be caused by a voluntary ejaculation in life. The precise reason for this is not well understood, but it is known to happen.

    As for the blonde hairs on the clothing, they could have been shed by an attacker in close proximity or contact.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/21/2016 1:52:26 PM PDT · 99 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to BenLurkin; Yaelle; Thibodeaux; ml/nj; gaijin; tflabo; doug from upland; left that other site; ...
    Hard to imagine ANYBODY wanting to have an affair with Hillary Clinton.

    I get your drift.

    That, and other things (like living about 1,000 miles from each other and not seeing each other for about five months from January to June 1993) indicate that Foster's marriage to his wife Lisa was on the rocks.

    There happen to be quite a bit of additional details suggesting Lisa Foster as a possible suspect in this murder conspiracy! Recall, for one, that Lisa Foster got remarried to another Little Rock lawyer who Bill Clinton appointed to a federal judgeship.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/21/2016 1:16:48 PM PDT · 97 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to PhilDragoo; Yaelle; All
    Vince last seen entering Marsha Scott's office.

    That's the only statement on the list in post # 89 that I'd disagree with. Vince was last seen (on record) exiting the White house on foot by a Secret Service Agent.

    BTW, David Martin was a former college friend of Vincent Foster at Davidson.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/21/2016 1:06:49 PM PDT · 96 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to Thibodeaux
    Patrick spoke to the assembled Freepers on Halloween night at the March for justice and then took us on a guided tour through Ft Marcy Park.

    What year did that event take place? Just curious.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/21/2016 9:04:35 AM PDT · 90 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to tflabo; newfreep; LucyT; holdonnow; exit82; Fedora; Yaelle; beaversmom; SunkenCiv; gaijin; ...
    Although the posted article on "The Political Insider" website by Kosar reaches the appropriate conclusion, i.e., that Vince Foster was murdered, the piece is in error on several important points.

    (1) The "bombshell new documents" - the letter of resignation and the memo from Miguel Rodriguez, Starr's assistant prosecutor, are NOT new, or newly released for that matter. They have been available from the National Archives and Records Administration since 2009 and have been available on the Internet since then.

    (2) The idea that there were two bullet wounds is false. There was one fatal small caliber wound on the victim's neck. The .38 caliber wound through the mouth either never existed or was fabricated by the Virginia medical examiner postmortem to make the fraudulent claim that the victim committed suicide by placing a gun in his mouth and firing (which never happened). The small caliber bullet wound to Foster's neck was reported by several EMTs observing the body in Ft. Marcy Park. Later, Rodriguez himself showed British writer Ambrose Evans-Pritchard the same wound on an investigatory photograph, and Evans-Pritchard wrote about it in his book, "The Secret Life of Bill Clinton," published in 1997.

    (3) There is this very misleading passage in the article: "When Barbara Walters asked Hillary if she had been having an affair with Vince Foster, Hillary lowered her eyes and told the 20/20 cameras, 'He was a very special man.' When he died Hillary said publicly he was the last person in the world who would have committed suicide. Friends reported she was genuinely shocked and aggrieved."

    The truth is that HRC did indeed have an affair with VWF at least back in Arkansas, as told by an Arkansas state trooper. But that surely doesn't rule out the possibility that the two had a parting of the ways in Washington.

    Furthermore, HRC NEVER said that Foster was the last person in the world to commit suicide. (That was a comment from one of Foster's former associates at the Rose Law Firm.) For HRC to express any doubts on the "suicide" verdict would work to her detriment, and support the correct conclusion that the Foster death was a homicide, setting her up as a hot suspect in the murder plot.

    Most crucially, the reports by HRC's friends that she was "genuinely shocked and aggrieved" at the death of Foster are obviously part of the cover-up. A shocked and aggrieved individual, upon hearing of the death of a loved one, does not go into a beehive of calculated activity, ordering underlings to clear out the office of the decedent immediately. Rather than shock and grief, masterminding and implementing the office clearing plan from long distance suggest FOREKNOWLEDGE of the death.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/20/2016 5:31:11 PM PDT · 87 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to Old Yeller; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yaelle; gaijin; tflabo; LucyT; theothercheek; Clintonfatigued; ..
    Suicide note indicated that he just couldn’t take life anymore.

    Don't take that purported "suicide note" seriously. Three word-class forensic document examiners concluded that it was NOT WRITTEN BY FOSTER! Additionally, it was found torn into something like 28 pieces. Would anyone go through the trouble to write a "suicide note," then rip it up into pieces, and then go ahead and commit suicide anyhow? Seriously doubt it.

    Furthermore, the subject matter of the alleged "suicide note" was not typical for a person about to take his life.

  • BREAKING: Hillary Campaign Accused of Mass Cheating in Kentucky Primary– 4,000 Votes Scratched

    05/20/2016 12:01:47 PM PDT · 109 of 170
    justiceseeker93 to RitaOK; All
    If they are, where is the FEC? Where is the AG?

    This is one instance where HRC will embrace "states rights." The general supervision of the integrity of elections is the function of state and local/county governments. The Federal Election Commission deals primarily with campaign financing issues, and this kind of fraud/cheating is not in that category.

  • BREAKING: Hillary Campaign Accused of Mass Cheating in Kentucky Primary– 4,000 Votes Scratched

    05/20/2016 11:54:33 AM PDT · 106 of 170
    justiceseeker93 to Helicondelta; doug from upland; GlockThe Vote; seekthetruth; left that other site; dfwgator; ...
    Warning to GOP: Whatever fraud and cheating techniques used by HRC in the Dem primary voting will be amped up for the general election in November, with emphasis on the large cities in the battleground states! It's been going on by the 'Rats for decades, no reason for them to stop now, especially with The Witch in deep trouble.
  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/19/2016 6:48:32 PM PDT · 85 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to BenLurkin; tflabo; gaijin; AJFavish; Clintonfatigued; exit82; LucyT; Fedora; ml/nj; ...
    If I remember correctly, the video from that day was not operating or the tape was misplaced.

    I don't recall any government official actually stating that. If they did, given that the White House grounds would figure to have about the highest level of security of any location in the world, it would be too obviously a lie. So they preferred to remain silent on this point.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/19/2016 6:48:31 PM PDT · 84 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to BenLurkin; tflabo; gaijin; AJFavish; Clintonfatigued; exit82; LucyT; Fedora; ml/nj; ...
    If I remember correctly, the video from that day was not operating or the tape was misplaced.

    I don't recall any government official actually stating that. If they did, given that the White House grounds would figure to have about the highest level of security of any location in the world, it would be too obviously a lie. So they preferred to remain silent on this point.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/19/2016 6:09:10 PM PDT · 82 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to gaijin; ml/nj; Clintonfatigued; Alamo-Girl; Cicero; Atom Smasher; MayflowerMadam; Eleutheria5; ...
    I only know there was a check on the WH vid tapes and there is NO footage of Foster driving his car off the WH grounds.

    There is also no footage of anyone ELSE driving his car off the grounds.

    I know of no evidence that "there was a check on the WH vid tapes" but it seems apparent that if the WH had evidence of Foster driving his car off the grounds, they would have put it all over the media because it would have supported the "suicide-in-the-park" theory.

    Furthermore, there was no evidence that Foster's car ever arrived on the White House grounds that morning. In other words, the Foster car, which had an assigned White House parking space, was never on the White House grounds that entire day!

    Yet Foster himself was seen in and around the building. The last official sighting of Vince Foster alive was by the Secret Service as he exited the White House on foot.

  • Vince Foster Coverup: FBI and the Press

    05/19/2016 5:33:04 PM PDT · 81 of 113
    justiceseeker93 to tflabo; exit82; Cicero; Clemenza; Yaelle; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; beaversmom; Fedora; Qiviut; ...
    No that is incorrect— he was found dead in Ft Marcy Park— not his car. But who knows— maybe he was shot in his car but moved to the park. Did they check his car for blood samples? It doesn’t say nor have I read that anywhere.

    In fact, his car did arrive in the Ft. Marcy Park parking lot, but not until well after his body was discovered in the interior of the park according to a compilation of eyewitness statements. Plus, there were no grass or soil stains on his shoes, which rules out a walk from the parking lot to the "suicide" spot.

    No blood was found in his car. Nor were any car keys found in the car nor in Foster's pockets (until the keys somehow appeared in his pocket with the body already transported to the morgue). But what was found in the car were a bunch of items that did NOT belong to Foster nor his family and so were obviously left there inadvertently by perps.

  • The One Big Takeaway from Trump's Overanalyzed "America First" Speech

    05/02/2016 12:25:14 PM PDT · 87 of 87
    justiceseeker93 to Ohioan
    While it may be true that some pro-Nazi individuals joined the America First movement, I believe that the vast majority were genuine American patriots who supported the Washington/Jefferson foreign policy.

    Agree 100%, presuming you are referring to the America First Committee of 1940-41. Sorry that you misconstrued the meaning of my post.

    The point I was trying to make is that Trump may have been better off using some alternate phrase with similar meaning, just to avoid meaningless attacks from the left based on the left's misunderstanding of what the America First Committee really was.

  • Is Free Republic worth Saving? My Opus Part II

    05/02/2016 12:03:28 PM PDT · 129 of 280
    justiceseeker93 to A CA Guy; monkeyshine; SJackson; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; Political Junkie Too
    On the main points Trump is 100% conservative and has a history of doing, building and paying lots of payroll checks.

    Trump 100% conservative? That's certainly a bit of a stretch. Here's a 70 year old man who has, up until a little more than a year ago, been a 'Rat. He's given large contributions to the likes of HRC, Pelosi, Reid, and Schumer. He's had The Witch as his wedding guest. He can't get his numbers and facts straight, has little knowledge of the principles of American government, and is now merely a Republican of convenience. Not even a RINO, but a ROC. I'll give him credit for being a conservative on one important issue, immigration, but he's a guy who thinks that transgendered men should be allowed in public women's rest rooms. How sick is that! Trump does have a history of "doing, building and paying lots of payroll checks," but a lot of that was accomplished by corruption: payoffs to Democrat politicians; it's called crony capitalism. Oh, and yes, he did some of his building with illegal immigrant labor, which is still essential to his company. And his bullying, boastful petulant, and impulsive behavior is, to put it politely, very much upresidential.

    I was a supporter of Cruz, but his behavior this election is most disappointing.

    Please tell me what it is about Cruz's behavior that is "most disappointing"? It's obvious that Cruz has a much broader range of issues on which he is conservative than Trump. He's been a conservative Republican his entire adult life.

  • Vince Foster- 60 Min Deception (You Tube post 0ct 2015)

    05/01/2016 8:22:21 PM PDT · 57 of 63
    justiceseeker93 to who_would_fardels_bear; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; Alamo-Girl; Yaelle; exit82; Fedora; Cicero
    Either [Ruddy] was a lying opportunistic yellow journalist back then or he has since been paid off and is now a quisling.

    Yes, it was obvious that Ruddy was at the forefront of the journalists leading the charge on the Foster case. Then about two years after the crime and the start of the cover-up, he seemed to have stopped. Sure, he could have been paid off (perhaps with his appointment to the top spot at NewsMax), or possibly was the recipient of an offer he couldn't refuse.

  • Vince Foster- 60 Min Deception (You Tube post 0ct 2015)

    05/01/2016 8:09:02 PM PDT · 54 of 63
    justiceseeker93 to tflabo; AJFavish; exit82; Fedora; Cicero; ExTexasRedhead; beaversmom; miss marmelstein; ...
    Not sure why this has been heavy on my mind lately.

    Perhaps it's that once you conclude that Foster was murdered and you look for suspects in the Foster homicide conspiracy, a current Democratic presidential candidate has to be right at the top of that suspect list.

    Yes, this crime is even more serious than compromised e-mails, Benghazi, or any of the other stuff widely talked about nowadays!

  • Vince Foster- 60 Min Deception (You Tube post 0ct 2015)

    05/01/2016 7:53:44 PM PDT · 53 of 63
    justiceseeker93 to ml/nj; AJFavish; All
    I thought was a FIRST CLASS SUMMARY, albeit a bit long (1 hr 7 min) and as much about malfeasance on the part of 60 Minutes/Mike Wallace/CBS as about Foster's death. I had never seen it before.

    Agree with you on all the above.

    I had known about everything in it, except the secret Clinton White House memo on a strategy to diffuse the controversy over the case.

    The video, although posted about a year ago on YouTube, was probably produced c. 1997, since nothing discussed on it would have come up after that date. Furthermore, several of the people appearing in the video have since passed on.

  • Trump Targets Obama and Clinton Betrayal of Israel

    05/01/2016 3:27:41 PM PDT · 8 of 19
    justiceseeker93 to Sean_Anthony; Doogle; disndat; firebrand; Zionist Conspirator; Zionista Feminista; kindred; Netz; ..
    Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech has created expectations that he will match Marco Rubio’s pledge to stand by the commitments made by President Bush to Israel’s Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in Bush’s letter dated 14 April 2004.

    I don't understand why this David Singer is comparing Trump's stand on Israel to Rubio's. The appropriate comparison should be Ted Cruz's position, which has always been unequivocal support for Israel!

    BTW, Cruz has been to Israel three times and met with top Israeli officials. What is Trump's history on that?

  • The Real Bob Knight

    05/01/2016 2:42:28 PM PDT · 31 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to ObozoMustGo2012
    Remember that candidates are legally bound not to have contact with their super PACs. No evidence that Cruz himself was involved in this. If he were, don't you think that the WaPo and its media pals would be calling for Cruz to be criminally investigated?

    It's quite obvious that almost all major media outlets, left and even some "right," are biased toward Trump in this GOP primary process, because they know that Trump as the Republican candidate likely means a victory for The Witch in the general election.

  • The Real Bob Knight

    05/01/2016 2:00:57 PM PDT · 29 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to affan76; All
    Levin not understanding why Trump would want Bobby Knight standing next to him in the State of Indiana is shows less about the understanding of local politics than Cruz’s understanding of the game of basketball by calling it a basketball “ring.”

    Not too sure about Knight's standing in the state of Indiana. I don't think the Purdue people would be particularly fond of Knight. ( Nor the fans of just about every Big Ten opponent his teams faced.) Plus, it's been 16 years since he last coached at IU - and was fired by the university president for a repetitive pattern of boorish behavior, no matter how much he had won as a coach. Younger voters wouldn't even remember Knight.

    As for Cruz's understanding of basketball, he said in his autobiography that he actually played some basketball in intermediate or high school, FWIW.

  • The Real Bob Knight

    05/01/2016 1:40:46 PM PDT · 26 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to ObozoMustGo2012; All
    Mark forgets about the $500K Cruz paid to Carly.... and she later endorsed AND joined his ticket.

    Of course you just made that one up! Cruz isn't that kind of guy. And even if he was, $500K would be peanuts in so far as Fiorina is concerned.

  • Trump Endorser Bobby Knight: 'I Don't Know What a Conservative Is'

    05/01/2016 1:31:37 PM PDT · 106 of 111
    justiceseeker93 to The_Victor; BluesDuke; henkster; hoosiermama; Impy; InterceptPoint; holdonnow; Sean Hannity; ...
    I see where Cruz just had in event in Lafayette, IN today. It included Sen. Mike Lee, Rep. Louie Gohmert, Carly Fiorina, and wife Heidi.

    Great choice of geographical location. He can appeal to the Purdue vote which naturally detests Bobby Knight!

  • Trump Endorser Bobby Knight: 'I Don't Know What a Conservative Is'

    05/01/2016 9:09:26 AM PDT · 103 of 111
    justiceseeker93 to gogeo; BluesDuke; andy58-in-nh; firebrand; Impy; doug from upland; LucyT; Political Junkie Too; ...
    ...but I would submit anyone not angry over Obama's fundamental transformation isn't paying attention.

    In case you haven't noticed, there's a candidate other than Trump vying for the GOP nomination who is equally angry over Obama's "fundamental transformation," and who has come up an equally strong but more reasonable agenda to lawfully and constitutionally dissemble that "fundamental transformation."

    And in contrast to Trump, he doesn't have a history of making campaign contributions to the likes of Clinton, Pelosi, Reid, and Schumer.

  • The One Big Takeaway from Trump's Overanalyzed "America First" Speech

    05/01/2016 6:28:47 AM PDT · 79 of 87
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; firebrand; All
    I think people by and large are ignorant of history.

    Unfortunately, very true in general, disregarding for the sake of discussion the "America First" phrase. The dumbing down of education for four decades has resulted in an American electorate more prone to appeals by candidates based more on primitive emotion and instinct rather than reason. Politics in the media is treated more like an entertainment event, rather than the serious business of helping the public to decide rationally what kind of government we're going to have.

    Am intellect named George Santayana said about 100 years ago, "those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it." Well, if the masses are ignorant of history (and the dumbing down of American society guarantees that ignorance is pervasive), that means the society is doomed!