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  • The Speech To Save A Nation

    10/25/2016 10:19:21 AM PDT · by bobsunshine · 2 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | October 25, 2016 | Sundance
    On October 13th 2016, presidential candidate Donald Trump delivered a speech that defines this moment in our nationís history. Part of that speech has been put to a video. The entire transcript of that speech is below. [ Transcript ] [Ö] Our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you, the American People. ---snip--- But I take all of these slings and arrows for you. I take them for our movement, so that we can have our country back. Our great civilization, here in America and across the civilized world, has...
  • YouTube vs. Conservative Speech

    10/25/2016 6:08:17 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 7 replies ^ | October 25, 2016 | Dennis Prager
    Last week, The Wall Street Journal wrote an editorial about YouTube restricting access to 16 videos -- down from 21 -- that were created and posted online by my nonprofit educational organization, Prager University. The subheading read, "YouTube thinks Dennis Prager's videos may be dangerous." The Journal said: "Tech giants like Google and Facebook always deny that their platforms favor some viewpoints over others, but then they don't do much to avoid looking censorious. ... Dennis Prager's 'PragerU' puts out free short videos on subjects 'important to understanding American values' -- ranging from the high cost of higher education to...
  • Report: U.S. Ranks 41st in Global Index of Press Freedom Ė Behind Namibia and Belize

    10/25/2016 5:53:51 AM PDT · by xzins · 23 replies
    CNS NEWS ^ | October 24, 2016 | Penny Starr
    The United States is ranked 41st in a 2016 global index produced earlier this year by Reporters Without Borders. ďThe Index ranks 180 countries according to the level of freedom available to journalists,Ē the report stated. ďIt is a snapshot of the media freedom situation based on an evaluation of pluralism, independence of the media, quality of legislative framework and safety of journalists in each country. ďIt does not rank public policies even if governments obviously have a major impact on their countryís ranking,Ē the report stated. ďNor is it an indicator of the quality of journalism in each country....
  • Immigration Controversies

    10/25/2016 4:59:57 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 7 replies ^ | October 25, 2016 | Thomas Sowell
    Despite controversies that rage over immigration, it is hard to see how anyone could be either for or against immigrants in general. First of all, there are no immigrants in general. Both in the present and in the past, some immigrant groups have made great contributions to American society, and others have contributed mainly to the welfare rolls and the prisons. Nor is this situation unique to the United States. The same has been true of Sweden and of other countries in Europe and elsewhere. Sweden was, for a long time, one of the most ethnically homogeneous countries in...
  • America's Moment Of Truth (New Pat Condell video)

    10/25/2016 4:59:47 AM PDT · by servo1969 · 10 replies ^ | 10-25-2016 | Pat Condell
    Finally a real choice. The American way, or the European way?
  • Anatomy of a Lynching-The political uses of race

    10/25/2016 4:53:35 AM PDT · by SJackson · 12 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | October 24, 2016 | David Horowitz
    According to President Obama racism is ďpart of the DNAĒ of America, transmitted through the generations from its origins right to the present. This statement is perhaps the most malicious libel ever uttered by an American president against his own country. It is true that racism became one of the rationales for slavery, an institution America inherited from the British Empire before abolishing it. But slavery existed in Africa for a thousand years before a white person ever set foot there, and for 3,000 years in all societies. It is what peoples of all races and ethnicities imposed on their...
  • Where Clinton and Trump Stand Ė on Every Major Issue

    10/25/2016 4:51:38 AM PDT · by SJackson · 2 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | 10-25-16 | John Perazzo
    1 class="title" id="page-title">Where Clinton and Trump Stand Ė on Every Major Issue Spelling out the huge policy differences between the two candidates. In poll after poll, a majority of American voters have reported that they hold an ďunfavorableĒ opinion of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Nevertheless, there are enormous differences in the policy positions which these two candidates embrace. Following is a comprehensive overview of exactly what their positions and agendas are, with regard to the major issues confronting the United States. In some instances, background information is provided in italicized print, so as to place the candidatesí positions...
  • Turnout Time

    10/25/2016 4:39:18 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 18 replies ^ | October 25, 2016 | Thomas Sowell
    Some of us this election year don't even want to say the words "Clinton" or "Trump" -- and with good reason. However, there is one word that we should keep in mind: "Turnout." If we sit home in disgust on election day, we forfeit the right -- and the duty -- to elect a Congress that can keep either of these dangerous people from doing permanent damage to this country and to the future of this generation -- and generations yet unborn. Control of Congress has probably never mattered more than in this election, simply because of two out-of-control...
  • Hillary and Taxes

    10/25/2016 4:25:35 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 2 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 25, 2016 | Michael A. Thiak
    According to the Clinton campaign website: Hillary is committed to restoring basic fairness in our tax code and ensuring that the wealthiest Americans and large corporations pay their fair share, while providing tax relief to working familiesÖ This propagandaÖ er Clinton campaign statement, reminded me of a talk from years ago, 1992 to be exact. A very close friend, Subodh, a naturalized American citizen born in India, was speaking with family friends at a party. The men he was talking with were professionals, doctors, engineers, accountants, and the had one thing in common. They were strong Clinton supporters. Bill Clinton...
  • Hillary, Trump and Putin

    10/25/2016 4:19:55 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 2 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 25, 2016 | Bill Shanefelt
    Donald Trump gets Valdimir Putin in a way that neither Barack Obama nor Hillary Clinton does. Syria is Assad's, and it will remain Assad's so long as Putin (and his successors) will it to be Assad's. Putin will allow neither ISIS nor the ďSyrian rebelsĒ' (whoever and whatever they/that may be) to take Syria from Assad/Russia and Putin/Russia will never leave Syria or the Middle-East again. It is inconceivable that all the powers in the world would attempt to or succeed in militarily expelling Russia from its new position in the region, and diplomatic endeavors to do the same would...
  • COLD ANGER Ė The Corporate U.S. Media Has Weaponized Against USÖ

    10/24/2016 9:23:48 PM PDT · by bobsunshine · 28 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | October 24, 2016 | Sundance
    Donald Trumpís supporters are angryď, or ďuneducatedĒ, or ďunenlightenedĒ, or (Fill_In_The_Blank). So goes the latest round of media talking points as the election draws near. Meanwhile, donít pay attention to that 25% increase in ObamaCare premiums you just receivedÖ look away,Ö look awayÖ The corporate media narrative controllers are fully engaged. The gaslighting is extreme as the same entities utilize their microphones in a brutal attempt to create a self fulfilling prophecy. In essence, what they are really trying to save is themselves. However, the reality disconnect only solidifies their irrelevance. At this point, anyone still trying to convince us...
  • I've Never Seen Anything Like This

    10/24/2016 8:10:05 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 93 replies
    Rush ^ | October 24, 2016 | Rush Limbaugh
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: I have never in my life, and I really have struggled to remember, I wasn't old enough in 1964 to be aware of such things. I knew who Goldwater was. I even went to a Goldwater whistle-stop. My dad put us in the car, took us over to Southern Illinois where Goldwater was going through. I knew it was a landslide. I didn't know why. I didn't know anything about the conservative movement, knew nothing of any of that. But that aside, I have never in the rest of my life from 1964 forward, I don't think...
  • Sure, Iíll vote for Trump! What have I got to lose?

    10/24/2016 7:30:19 PM PDT · by SJackson · 15 replies
    Backwoods Home ^ | November, 2016 | Dave Duffy
    Donald Trump has been urging African-Americans to vote for him for President by asking them, "What have you got to lose?" Things are so bad for blacks in many of our hollowed-out inner cities like Detroit and Chicago, it is a fair question. In fact, I have been asking myself the same question, "What have I got to lose?" Every time a typical Republican or Democrat gets elected, the economy gets worse, the country goes deeper in debt, and my individual freedoms diminish. Iím not so sure how successful Trump has been with African-Americans. Many blacks have swallowed the falsehood...
  • Trump rejects 'phony' polls, insists 'we are winning'

    10/24/2016 3:26:41 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 68 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Oct 24, 2016 5:47 PM EDT | Steve Peoples and Jonathan Lemire
    A defiant Donald Trump blamed his campaign struggles on ďphony pollsĒ from the ďdisgustingĒ media on Monday, fighting to energize his most loyal supporters as his path to the presidency shrinks. With just 14 days until the election, the Republican nominee campaigned in battleground Florida as his team conceded publicly as well as privately that crucial Pennsylvania may be slipping away to Democrat Hillary Clinton. That would leave him only a razor-thin pathway to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House on Nov. 8. Despite continued difficulties with women and minorities, Trump refuses to soften his message...
  • Rush Talks to Governor Mike Pence

    10/24/2016 2:14:14 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 12 replies
    Rush ^ | October 24, 2016 | Rush Limbaugh
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Governor Pence has phoned us and without any further ado, I want to welcome him to the program. Governor, you're calling us from your campaign plane, is that right? PENCE: I am, Rush. We just landed in North Carolina, got a great day ahead of us, excited to be putting our head down for the final push, driving toward a great victory for the American people on November the 8th. Rush talks to Governor Mike Pence RUSH: Well, since I've got you, let me just ask you, the subject today has been, I've taken phone calls. People...
  • All The Presidentís Migrants

    10/24/2016 1:41:36 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 4 replies ^ | October 24, 2016 | Katie Kieffer
    Migrants from China (2,130); Russia (1,863) and Armenia (448) were caught at the U.S.-Mexico border in 2016‚ÄĒand President Obama is priming them‚ÄĒalong with migrants from Syria and South America, to vote for Hillary.¬† $10 million in taxpayer dollars were recently repackaged by the Obama administration¬ís U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) into ¬ďcitizenship integration grants.¬Ē The funds were distributed to various organizations that help register migrant voters, including in the key swing states of Florida and Ohio, reported Judicial Watch.¬† The Obama administration also expanded the unconstitutional Central American Minors (CAM) program to include protection from deportment for individuals...

    10/24/2016 10:10:53 AM PDT · by shortstop · 50 replies ^ | 10/24/16 | Bob Lonsberry
    Dear Utah, Donít be stupid. A vote for Evan McMullin is a vote for Hillary Clinton. Period. End of story. He is not some prophet come to call the Republican Party out of the wilderness. He is not the genesis of some new conservative movement. He is not the future of anything. He is some odd ball who popped up late in a campaign on an undertaking that would be called quixotic at best and psychotic at worst. Not trying to be cruel. Just trying to be honest. Some in Utah have decided that Donald Trump is going to lose...
  • Awaiting Next U.S. President: A Splintered Middle East in ĎFree Fallí

    10/24/2016 9:05:10 AM PDT · by SJackson · 12 replies
    NY Times ^ | OCT. 24, 2016 | PETER BAKER
    JERUSALEM ó After a presidential campaign dominated by reality-show-style insults and put-downs, the winner of next monthís American election will wake up the following morning to find a far more daunting reality waiting: a Middle East awash in conflict and disarray, desperate for American leadership. The 45th president will inherit problems associated with the region that are vastly more challenging than any in a generation as the old order has given way to a kaleidoscopic mix of alliances, rivalries and overlapping crises. In the past, presidents have viewed the region through the prism of the Cold War, terrorism or Israel,...
  • The one thing Donald Trump said that was the most important of the presidential race

    10/24/2016 9:03:30 AM PDT · by SJackson · 14 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 10+19-16 | Monica Crowley
    By touting his wealth, he has invoked the dream of great prosperity In the 16 months since Donald Trump announced his candidacy, he has said many hard-hitting and provocative things. But he has also said the single most important thing of the campaign. It was a statement that was so obvious and deceptively simple that it largely evaporated into the political ether. But it was also a statement of such power that it transformed the Republican presidential race ó and may very well determine the future path of the nation. And it was only five words long. ďIím rich!Ē he...
  • Hillary Clinton so far ahead in polls that she 'doesn't even think about' Donald Trump anymore

    10/24/2016 8:25:38 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 96 replies
    Sunday Telegraph (UK) ^ | 24 October 2016 ē 12:03PM | Ruth Sherlock
    Hillary Clinton is so far ahead of Donald Trump in the race for the presidency that she no longer even feels the need to pay attention to the Republican nominee. Buoyed by a double-digit lead in some national polls, Mrs. Clinton has said she is now looking past Mr. Trump entirely, and will no longer counter allegations made by her rival. ďI donít even think about responding to him anymore,Ē Mrs. Clinton said when asked about Mr. Trumpís charge that American media outlets are in cahoots with her presidential campaign. Ö
  • The media versus Donald Trump

    10/24/2016 8:18:25 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 3 replies
    USA Today | October 24, 2016 | Michael Wolff
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  • Hillary Clinton has run a stunningly boring campaign. Is this really our first female president?

    10/24/2016 7:58:47 AM PDT · by Rennes Templar · 37 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | Oct. 24, 2016 | David Millward
    On July 4 last year, Mrs Clinton was in Gotham, New Hampshire, to press the flesh months ahead of the primary Ė which she went on to lose badly. Things turned a tad messy as a gaggle of protesters emerged to harangue her about Benghazi. So out came the rope, behind which the press were corralled as she made her serene and carefully controlled progress through the town. ~snip~ Even since getting the nod, Mrs. Clinton has at times displayed an annoying smugness rather than the passion one would hope to see from a candidate. It is a struggle to...
  • Trumpís Right Ė The System Is Rigged And We Donít Owe It Our Default Acceptance

    10/24/2016 7:05:20 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 41 replies ^ | October 24, 2016 | Kurt Schlichter
    No pearl went unclutched when Trump refused to agree in advance to validate the giant scam that is this election. Yeah, scam. In light of all weíve seen during this stupidest of years, a year where I had to move my book about this country tearing itself apart from the fiction section to nonfiction, how the hell can anyone keep a straight face as he, she, or xe demands that we default to trust the system? Okay, this is where Team Fake Pearl Clutch jumps in and whines about my ďdangerous talkĒ and about how I have no ďhonorĒ because...
  • Trump's 'High Energy' Policies

    10/24/2016 5:39:06 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 24, 2016 | Jeffrey Folks
    At this point in the campaign, when the leaked evidence of Hillary's abuse of power and Trump's purported sexual improprieties seem to be the main topics of debate, "lesser" matters such as providing for the nation's energy needs have gotten lost in the fray. Yet those matters have a lot to do with which candidate is "fit" to be president. Not surprisingly, Hillary's energy policy is more of the same: the same green energy waste and corruption that we have seen for eight years under Obama. By contrast, Trump has outlined a coherent program of energy development that puts America...
  • The Liberal Crusade to Eliminate Justice

    10/24/2016 5:29:07 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 14 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 24, 2016 | Tom Trinko
    One of the strongest arguments that shows how much Hillary hates women is her effort to ensure that a man who raped a 12-year-old girl got off with a one-year sentence. But liberals say Hillary was just doing what she was supposed to do: use any legal trickery to ensure that the guilty walk. This is the corrupted vision of what a fair trial is. It is what liberals have been foisting on America since the Warren Court made up rights to protect criminals. A fair trial is one where the innocent are found innocent and the guilty are found...
  • 13 Headaches Republicans against Trump Haven't Considered

    10/24/2016 5:22:00 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 19 replies
    The American Mirror ^ | October 24, 2016 | Gregory Buls
    The Supreme Court, economic growth, taxation, the border, sovereignty Ė Republicans against Trump are looking at other considerations. Most such Republicans are familiar with the common arguments. Here are some headaches they may not have considered. 1. Trump will own the party Ė and he will probably run again in 2020.To run again, all Trump has to do is maintain his health, remain in the public eye, and suggest that he will probably serve only one term if elected in 2020. If he wins this year, it will be assumed that he will run for re-election in 2020, so why...
  • Think You Know How Bad the Clintons Are?

    10/24/2016 4:54:56 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 22 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 24, 2016 | Jack Cashill
    "The White House is like a subway. You have to put in coins to open the gates." Such were the immortal words of one Johnny Chung, who admitted to a Senate committee in 1997 that he funneled $100,000 from the Chinese military to the Democratic National Committee. In the Clinton White House, it was pay to play all the way. That either Bill or Hillary had a political life after their treasonous run on Asian piggy banks is a testament to the ever escalating corruption of the American media. The White House honcho who made the subways run on time...
  • How Do I Explain My Trump Nazi Nightmare to My Mexican American Daughter?

    10/23/2016 8:25:53 PM PDT · by AC Beach Patrol · 176 replies
    The Jewish Daily Forward ^ | October 21, 2016 | Anna Keller
    I have a terrible recurring dream. Iím hiding in the attic with Anne Frank and sheís calling me ďKitty.Ē I tell her that I have to go, I donít know where my daughter is, and she turns to me and tells me that we canít go anywhere. We are in hiding and we must stay this way until the war is over. All of a sudden, I hear boots on the stairs and the door swings open and itís Donald J. Trump ó only heís naked, wearing a swastika sweatband on his head, and he says, ďI think Islam hates...
  • Columbia Journalism Reviewís Truth Problem

    10/23/2016 5:02:26 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 1 replies ^ | October 23, 2016 | Jeffrey Lord
    The truth, as they say, hurts. Nowhere is this better illustrated recently than over there at The Columbia Journalism Review. Where CJR staff writer and senior Delacorte fellow David Uberti has penned this seriously misleading piece¬†about my recent remarks on CNN concerning the ‚Äúrigged election‚ÄĚ controversy brought to the fore by Donald Trump. Among other things Uberti says this: The consensus headline from the third and final presidential debate was Republican candidate Donald Trump‚Äôs refusal to commit to accepting the 2016 election results. It was a stunning rebuke of American political norms from the nominee of a major political party,...
  • The story of that ď11th Trump accuserĒ leaves something to be desired

    10/23/2016 11:54:26 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 52 replies
    Hot ^ | October 23, 2016 | JAZZ SHAW
    In the closing days of the election, celebrity attorney Gloria Allred has trotted out an eleventh woman making claims of ‚Äúsexual assault‚ÄĚ against Donald Trump. Cable news mavens have been assuring us repeatedly that the Clinton campaign (which Allred vocally supports) had absolutely nothing to do with this, but the details of this latest allegation are making this newest accuser look a bit like the toad at the garden party. The alleged victim of Trump‚Äôs predatory behavior in this case is Jessica Drake, who was previously best known for her work in the, er‚Ķ adult entertainment industry. (WARNING: The filmography...
  • Election support - personal activism (vanity)

    10/23/2016 10:36:00 AM PDT · by Baynative · 22 replies
    Love of country ^ | 10/23/16 | Baynative
    I've heard plenty of people on call in shows say, "I'm just one person, what can I do to help?"
  • Defeating Hillary: The Moral Mandate

    10/23/2016 8:25:44 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 22 replies ^ | October 16, 2016 | Kevin McCullough
    This past week, a talk radio colleague created a stir when she asserted that those who were refusing to vote for Donald Trump on moral grounds were both misguided but also hypocritical. She went so far as to describe those that did not choose to support the only candidate who can defeat Hillary Clinton as in essence supporting the expansion of abortion. Laura Ingraham was correct in her assertions. Though I do not make any assumption of intent to do so, I very much agree that those who refuse to stop Hillary, are assisting her efforts. On the campaign trail...
  • The Once And Futures Queen

    10/23/2016 8:15:58 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 5 replies ^ | October 23, 2016 | Paul Jacob
    Trust must be earned; Hillary Rodham Clinton hasn¬ít earned it. And yet, if the polls hold, Mrs. Clinton will be elected the next president of these United States ¬Ė the first-ever female commander-in-chief, sure, but still viewed by a healthy majority of Americans as untrustworthy. Is Hillary Clinton crooked, corrupt, dishonest? Or is she simply a mealy-mouthed politician who obfuscates and prevaricates until you wish she¬íd tell you a straightforward lie? You be the judge. Part of the problem is her husband Bill. The former president has been accused of inappropriate sexual advances and liaisons . . . and even...
  • Without Trump We Are Done

    10/23/2016 7:06:16 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 48 replies ^ | October 23, 2016 | Bryan Crabtree
    We live in a country rapidly losing its sovereignty and its soul. Porous borders, freedom-killing regulations and more fierce foreign competition threaten our prosperity, security and culture. Trump is not the savior. He may not be the solution. But, his election, or lack thereof, will represent the core of our soul and values. Trump represents the opposite of current trend of failure. Heís a successful businessman who doesnít believe in political correctness. His message is clear: Ďour government is corrupt, operated by incompetent people and our media is even worse.í I agree with him. In the past three to...
  • Proposition 57: Do You Feel Lucky?

    10/23/2016 6:48:44 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 19 replies ^ | October 23, 2016 | Debra J. Saunders
    Sponsors say Proposition 57, the Public Safety and Rehabilitation Act of 2016, will save taxpayers money by making nonviolent felons eligible for parole earlier and improve fairness by having judges, not prosecutors, decide whether juveniles are tried as adults. Critics call it a "get out of jail early" card. I would add that it's the sort of dishonest measure that becomes commonplace under unaccountable one-party rule. State pols gamed the system to get it on the ballot. The title promises public safety when it could result in the early release of repeat offenders. Yet California voters are likely to...
  • I Donít Recall, I Am Not Responsible, But Vote for Me for President

    10/23/2016 5:38:16 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 19 replies ^ | October 23, 2016 | Bruce Bialosky
    In an election that seems to not want to focus on the issues of the campaign, let us at least focus on important matters regarding this election. Ms. Clinton, who has disappeared from the Mainstream Media, has asked Americans to support her while she has consistently displayed attributes no one would want in a Girl Scout leader -- let alone a president. Leadership means something. We all know that there are times when our leaders have fall guys; i.e., people who fall on their swords to protect the top leader or, in this case, our president. Going into a voting...
  • A Syrian Doctorís Testimonial from Aleppo

    10/23/2016 5:15:59 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 17 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 23, 2016 | Michele Antaki
    Aleppo, Syria, has lately been the focus of much world attention, with some people even hearing in it the first rumblings of WW3. It is not really possible to sort out the wheat from the chaff in the torrents of information and opinions pouring daily through every conceivable communication channel, without asking the locals for their insights. Dr. Nabil Antaki is one of the brave hearts that chose to remain in Aleppo despite the tragic loss of his brother, killed by 'rebels', to care for the war-wounded, mostly without charging a fee. He is also a member of a small,...
  • Hillary's Bright Shining Lies

    10/23/2016 5:07:05 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 9 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 23, 2016 | Howard Hide
    Let us give credit where it is due: She is polished, refined, well-rehearsed, and expert at hitting all of the focus group-tested notes. Her performance in the third debate was a masterful culmination of forty years of preparation for such a time as this. We conservatives and Alt-Right deplorables are acutely aware of the appalling corruption of the Clintons, from the pay-to-play Clinton Foundation money laundering scheme to the tens of thousands of deleted emails, and from the anti-Islam video as pretext for a riot in Benghazi, Libya to the trail of mysterious deaths of dozens of people who ran...
  • The Incestuous Left and Those Who Provide Cover for them

    10/23/2016 4:41:40 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 20 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 23, 2016 | Clarice Feldman
    As the election nears, the media hype designed to affect the results, demoralize and demonize Trump and his supporters, and confirm the bias of its elite coastal consumers continues. Saturdayís opinion-posing-as-news lead in the Washington Post says the end is near for Trump -- the polls have him down everywhere and he was booed for crass attacks at the Al Smith dinner in New York. What do you expect from media whose reporters are literally in bed with the administration? Not only are reporters feeding debate questions to the Clinton campaign, we have a video of one of them, Andrea...
  • Hillary Clinton and the Chain of Command at Waco

    10/23/2016 4:35:12 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 27 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 23, 2014 | David T. Hardy
    Many politicians have a skeleton in their closet. Hillary Clinton has a cemetery, with a sign reading ďWaco.Ē The 1993 Waco showdown began when federal authorities rushed the communal home of a religious group, killing six of them, and losing four agents in return. The FBI then besieged the place with tanks and other armored vehicles, and ended up with the armored vehicles punching holes in the building, and injecting massive quantities of CS ďtear gas.Ē When that didnít work, the tanks began to demolish the building, eventually smashing about a quarter of it and damaging the remainder. A fire...
  • Victory in sight, Clinton still grapples with negative views [barf]

    10/22/2016 11:28:43 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 32 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Oct. 23, 2016 1:04 AM ET | Julie Pace
    Hillary Clinton bested Donald Trump in three debates. She leads in many preference polls of the most competitive states. Barring a significant shift in the next two weeks, she is in a strong position to become the first woman elected U.S. president. But Clinton will end the campaign still struggling to change the minds of millions of voters who donít think well of her, a glaring liability should the Democratic nominee move on to the White House. While many see her as better prepared to be commander in chief than Trump, she is consistently viewed unfavorably by more than half...
  • 29 Stupid Things White People Do and What We Can Do Instead (get the barf bucket ready)

    10/22/2016 10:28:25 PM PDT · by aquila48 · 76 replies
    1. Call a Black person ďarticulate.Ē Instead: Because of a long history of oppression, degradation, and dismissal of the talent and skills of Black people, understand that such a statement coming from a white person is often construed, and meant, as meaning ďarticulate-nessĒ is something unusual in a Black person. 2. Say ďone of my best friends is [black, Latino, person of color, etc.].Ē Instead: Ask yourself first: Do you know where that person shops for groceries? Where they go to church? Where they get their hair cut? What their childrenís/granchildrenís names are? Have you ever been to their home?...
  • Hillaryís New Constitution Clinton explains how sheíll gut the First and Second Amendments.

    10/22/2016 9:16:04 PM PDT · by Innovative · 45 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | Oct. 22, 2016 | WSJ editorial
    Donald Trump is no legal scholar, but at Wednesdayís presidential debate he showed a superior grasp of the U.S. Constitution than did Hillary Clinton. Amid the overwrought liberal fainting about Mr. Trumpís bluster over accepting the election result (see below), Mrs. Clinton revealed a view of the Supreme Court that is far more threatening to American liberty. Start with her answer to moderator Chris Wallaceís question about the role of the courts. ďThe Supreme Court should represent all of us. Thatís how I see the Court,Ē she said. ďAnd the kind of people that I would be looking to nominate...
  • EDITORIAL: Donald Trump For President

    10/22/2016 8:51:42 PM PDT · by Helicondelta · 52 replies
    Las Vegas Review-Journal ^ | October 22, 2016
    These are turbulent times. More and more Americans express frustration and disillusionment today with the political institutions that govern the nation. They clamor for an alternative to the incestuous and pernicious atmosphere dominating the capital. They see a vast array of lobbyists, elected officials and entrenched interests manipulating the levers of power for their own enrichment at the expense of ordinary citizens. The discontent isnít confined by ideology or political philosophy. As Donald Trump confounded the pundit class in ignoring convention and protocol on his way to securing the Republican presidential nomination, a long-time socialist generated throngs of enthusiastic supporters...
  • New Obama Movie Declares, 'Before He Gave Hope...He Was Barry'

    10/22/2016 6:57:20 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 41 replies ^ | October 21, 2016 | Callista Ring
    Another gushy movie about President Obama will surface a month after the election. The Root reported that Netflix will be releasing an original movie, Barry, documenting Obama‚Äôs early college years. The teaser trailed released Thursday featured a brazenly inspirational message that read, ‚ÄúBefore he gave hope, before he created change, before he made us believe ‚Äėwe can,‚Äô he was Barry.‚ÄĚ This gushy movie probably doesn‚Äôt resemble anything like the 2006 movie portraying the fictional assassination of George Bush, Death of a President. According to Entertainment Weekly, the official description for the move states, ‚ÄúIn a crime-ridden and racially charged environment,...
  • Why Hispanics Shouldnít Vote for Hillary

    10/22/2016 1:15:48 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 21 replies
    American Thinker ^ | October 22, 2016 | Michael Bargo, Jr.
    While polls show that more Hispanics prefer Hillary over Trump to occupy the White House those Hispanics need to take a close look at what Hillaryís party has done for -- and more importantly, to -- Hispanics in the U.S. The Hispanic population has grown so rapidly that it is difficult to believe that the 1970 Census questionnaire did not include a racial or ethnic category called ďHispanic.Ē But this was not because Hispanics did not live in the U.S. in significant numbers. The musical West Side Story from the 1950s featured several Puerto Rican main characters, and cities like...
  • In Gettysburg, We Need the Pro-Life, Pro-Growth, King-Dollar Donald Trump

    10/22/2016 12:37:04 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 9 replies ^ | October 22, 2016 | Larry Kudlow
    The Trump campaign has announced that the candidate will deliver a major speech in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, October 22. He will present his closing arguments for American voters, outlining the steps he will take in his first 100 days to make America great again. I hope itís his best speech yet. For all his gaffes and misstatements, the fact is this: The race is not over until itís over. (Even when he means itís over.) So, as Trump heads into his Gettysburg address, I want to emphasize what he should replay from last weekís debate, and what...
  • Disenfranchisement Of Poor Whites Under Hillary

    10/22/2016 11:59:28 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 11 replies ^ | October 22, 2016 | Ilana Mercer
    ¬ďStrengthening families¬Ē is big in Hillary Clinton¬ís immigration platform‚ÄĒnot American families, but families of undocumented Democrats. To that end‚ÄĒand ¬ďwithin her first 100 days in office¬Ē‚ÄĒHillary has vowed to ¬ďintroduce comprehensive immigration reform with a pathway to full and equal citizenship.¬Ē These newly minted Democrats will be speedily naturalized (likely in time for Hillary¬ís second term). ¬ďAll families¬Ē will be granted ¬ďaffordable health care,¬Ē a privilege very many Americans are without. Yet another political grant of privilege Americans don¬ít have, unless pigmentally endowed, is affirmative action. The throngs of immigrants and refugees‚ÄĒwhose entry into the US Mrs. Clinton will accelerate,...
  • The unlikely savior of Republicansí Senate control?

    10/22/2016 11:08:44 AM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 40 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | October 21, 2016 | George F. Will
    In 49 states, when you order breakfast in a restaurant you might be asked if you would like pancakes or an omelet. In Wisconsin, you are asked if you would like pancakes with your omelet. Ron Johnson would, thank you. This Republican U.S. senator, who is burning prodigious amounts of calories campaigning for a second and final term, really does represent the hearty eaters who were fueling up at a Perkins Restaurant here on a recent Sunday morning. In 2010, Johnson left his plastics manufacturing company that made him wealthy enough to try, against his preference for the private sector...
  • The Real Story Behind The FCC Sex Scandal

    10/22/2016 10:17:41 AM PDT · by Carl Vehse · 17 replies
    Forbes ^ | October 20, 2016 | Fred Campbell
    Though a lawsuitís revelation that Thomas Reed, the director of the FCCís Office for Communications Business Opportunities, had sex with a Washington Post reporter in his office is salacious, thatís not what should get Congressís attention. The far more serious revelation involves the FCCís official legal response to a female employeeís allegation that she was subjected to a hostile work environment due to management inaction when a male coworker repeatedly invited other male coworkers to watch porn with him in the cubicle adjacent to hers.... In todayís environment of heightened concern regarding gender issues, these allegations should have raised red...