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  • Inventor Of mRNA Vaccine Technology: Spike Protein Is Dangerous, Its Cytotoxic. The FDA Was Warned About It Months Ago

    06/15/2021 4:28:52 PM PDT · 73 of 135
    OldGoatCPO to dadfly
    That is the real problem. I know people older than me that had the shots and appear fine. But we know there have been thousands of adverse reactions and at this point the “science” cannot tell us why only certain people have reactions and some die. So, the "science" cannot rule out that I will die, have clots or damage my heart.

    Tell me why they died or had blood clots or enlarged hearts and I will consider the vaccine. If they cannot do that with any certainty then I will wait for the more traditional vaccines currently working their way through the pipeline. I am not an anti-vaxxer and cannot get the vaccine at this time because I have just finished a different vaccine routine.

    I recently had COVID and as we learn more about this disease, I believe I am unlikely to get it again for 11 months or possible longer. I can wait.

  • US military guns keep vanishing, some used in street crimes.

    06/15/2021 8:57:18 AM PDT · 41 of 65
    OldGoatCPO to blueunicorn6
    Had a Marine go to brig on mainland Japan for selling excess .45 rounds to undercover Japanese NIS agent. I know the details because I was called to testify. I was a classified materials escort and brought two magazines of .45 rounds in with a M1911. They belonged to an armory Stateside. They shipped the pistol back, but not the rounds. The rounds were no longer in the inventory. At that time ammo was worth a lot to the Yakuza.

    Similar stuff happened a during Iraqi freedom with weapons and ammo. During post deployment the inventories came up short. People injured or killed I assume. Their weapons ended up somewhere. I was under the impression the weapons were written off as destroyed or turned over to deploying units. Who knows where those weapons ended up after 2009. I wonder how many of those weapons ultimately found their way back to the States via black markets.

  • In stunning, revelatory interview, ex-Mossad chief warns Iran, defends Netanyahu

    06/11/2021 8:36:47 AM PDT · 3 of 8
    OldGoatCPO to Hojczyk

    Wow, imagine that a politically appointed Head of a intelligence agency who put his country first. I am not sure we have seen that in the last 75 years.

  • Trump could shake up key Senate races with endorsements (oh no! says the Establishment)

    06/11/2021 8:17:44 AM PDT · 7 of 14
    OldGoatCPO to cotton1706
    McCory is just another Butt. He lost to Cooper and will again if he runs. We have kept the GOP in charge of the State legislatures but dumped McCory. That should tell him something.
  • Fox News Heir Spent $20 Million Opposing Trump

    06/10/2021 6:16:57 AM PDT · 35 of 49
    OldGoatCPO to blam
    So all those people still watching Tucker, Ingraham and Hannity are supporting left wing causes in directly. Makes me glad I dumped all of them not just Fox.

    On the bright side, I discovered a different genre of music that is awesome, watched a boat load of cool documentaries and some kick ass Russian war movies. They have a whole different outlook on war.

  • Joe Biden backs down: White House desperately rows back from claims president rebuked Boris Johnson for 'inflaming tensions' in Northern Ireland through 'sausage war' spat with EU - as furious Brexiteers brand US leader 'senile'

    06/10/2021 5:54:40 AM PDT · 28 of 58
    OldGoatCPO to Cecily

    ‘Jill Biden back’s down.....”. Fixed it.

  • Supervised Hunt Posed No Risk to Survival of the Wolf

    06/09/2021 10:06:03 AM PDT · 15 of 15
    OldGoatCPO to riverrunner
    Wolves and Bears are apex predator. Coyotes are more opportunistic predators. A wolf pack can easily bring down a healthy deer. Predators do take out the sick, weak or underdeveloped deer which should theoretically weed out the gene pool leaving more robust animals. That does not mean predators only hunt weak or sick deer. You are correct that is a animal rights myth.

    Where I live we hunt from Oct-Jan, we can take six deer per year, but only three does or spikes under 1 in. We have hunters who fill quotes in a week and we still have dead deer littering the roads in October and November. We see lots of coyotes, very few wolves and at least one bear during the season. Generally, one week before bear season and sitting on a corn pile. Can't shoot them on a bait pile since it is illegal to bait bears. With mild winters and only hunters as apex predators our deer population has risen rapidly.

  • Supervised Hunt Posed No Risk to Survival of the Wolf

    06/09/2021 9:37:28 AM PDT · 14 of 15
    OldGoatCPO to poinq
    From what I am being told it is county by county. I spoke to a DNR employee last year in Ashland who said deer are being pushed South because of the predator population in the North. He said it is causing problems in the more heavily populated southern part of the State. This was before the wolf cull. He made an off the cuff comment about insurance companies pushing the State to do something.
  • Biden’s Job-Repellent Policies Punish Workers and Businesses

    06/09/2021 9:28:16 AM PDT · 6 of 7
    OldGoatCPO to Kaslin

    This just anecdotal, but the jobs I see around here are in retail and in the food industry. One fast food chain is offering a $500 sign on bonus. I also see more older people working in fast food places. I spoke to one manager who is really worried about the kind of people applying now that they may lose the extra money. Most do not really want to work, have conditions on accepting a job and have not worked for nearly a year and a half. In other words the people motivated to work, worked through the pandemic. Essentially we have created a generation of workers in their twenties who are unskilled or lack a work history.

    Skilled labor is a horse of a different color. The shop where my truck is being rebuilt cannot find skilled workers so the owner took on two skilled Mexican’s. He farms his engines out to a garage that also employs Mexican mechanics. That shop has been more reliable and do better work and are generally on time. So how did we get to the point that mechanics trained outside the USA are providing better quality, at least in this one case. It is one thing to say we need more people trained in the trades it is another to find people willing to work hard and provide quality work.

  • Obama claims media stokes ‘fear and resentment’ among white Americans

    06/08/2021 11:07:03 AM PDT · 46 of 65
    OldGoatCPO to glimmerman70
    I do not give a $hit that slavery once occurred in this country. When that was happening my ancestors were struggling to survive in Europe. All of my great great grandparents arrived post civil war. As an American I oppose slavery in any form. But I do not possess any guilt because of my race. Except in a historical context, I don't care one iota about what occurred before I was born. From life I have developed a prejudice against a$$holes, of which Obama is the biggest one I have ever seen. Hardcore anti-white racist. He knows full well they have to beat the white off us so we fall in line. He brought about the divide in this country and he continues to pontificate on his racists ideas.
  • Rep. Brad Schneider (D-IL) Sends Different Emails to Pro-Palestinian, Pro-Israeli Constituents

    06/08/2021 9:02:54 AM PDT · 11 of 28
    OldGoatCPO to ChicagoConservative27
    I used to be a GOP Committeman in that District. I attended a Lake County GOP meeting with an aide of then GOP Congressman Kirk. I warned them that Deerfield was being flipped by RATS from Chicago moving in to the newly constructed duplexs, condos and were buying up three homes to tear down and build mini mansions. Your GOP residences were moving north across the border where property was cheaper and taxes less. I suggested a number of ideas to try and bring new residents into the GOP. They basically patted me on the head and promptly return to discussing what color hats and shirts to get for the GOP Golf outing. Kirk's aide apologized and said he was afraid this would happen. The Lake County GOP was run by old retired out of touch politicians. Just as I predicted the district flipped. But, we had some really nice golf hats that year. (sarc)

    That district has a large Jewish population and once had a large synagogue and school. Not sure if it still does. Buffalo Grove had an even larger Jewish population. Kirk had to pander to the Jewish population which tends more liberal. So he tended to be a bit wishy washy on conservative issues. Never understood that. Conservative Christians stood in solidarity with Israel more often than liberal Jews. Now that anti-semitism is on the rise the liberal Jews are upset. Well, what did you expect? To an anti-semite, a Jew is a Jew they could care less whether you are Reform, Conservative of Hasidim.

  • Supervised Hunt Posed No Risk to Survival of the Wolf

    06/08/2021 8:42:08 AM PDT · 8 of 15
    OldGoatCPO to poinq
    I was born and raised in Wisconsin and go back annually for visits. Went up north last year to visit an old family homestead. The deer population in that area has been heavily culled by wolves, coyotes and bear (God forbid mountain lions take up residence). Cars, trucks and out of season hunting on the Rez are not helping either.
    Some people in the area have taken to posting previously open land and fencing off land to keep two and four legged predators out. The fenced in areas seem to provide some security for the deer. At the homestead it is not uncommon to see one or two doe's with fawns living inside the fenced area around an old orchard. It is only a couple of acres that include the old house and barn. One family member went out and repaired the fence line when he started seeing the deer inside the orchard. Although wolves have been seen, they seem to stay out of the fenced off areas and the bear have yet to break down the fences. The deer leave before the fall. But return on and off, I am guessing when they are being pushed by predators. My family have always been avid hunters now they seem to be going the extra mile to protect dwindling herds. Where I live now Red Wolves are protected, coyotes are shot on sight and bear populations are heavily managed by the State. In fairness when everything is equal, the predators cull the sick and weak deer from herds, leaving the strongest and smartest to survive. Unfortunately, when you add people and development into the equation, everything is no longer equal.
  • Did Mike Pence just doom his 2024 chances?

    06/05/2021 3:13:11 PM PDT · 29 of 148
    OldGoatCPO to BiglyCommentary

    Pence is a long time swamp creature who was Ryan’s pick for VP. He is very polished an appears to be a gentleman. But, he is first and foremost a swamp denizen.

  • Nevada governor signs bill permanently expanding mail-in voting to all registered voters

    06/05/2021 9:21:34 AM PDT · 32 of 57
    OldGoatCPO to Da Coyote
    Exactly, the Nevada GOP will start doing what the Cali GOP did, play by RAT rules and win back seats. The problem with legalized ballot harvesting is that both parties will do it and create an environment where no election is legit. Hopefully the GOP will sue to force the ballot roles be cleaned up. I am betting Bugsy voted in Vegas last year. RATS hate removing their dead constituents from the roles.
  • It's Time to Consider Mandatory National Service To Help Heal Our Broken Country

    06/04/2021 6:19:44 AM PDT · 32 of 102
    OldGoatCPO to Kaslin

    Well of course the RATS like Buttguy would be for this. We could have the Young Commissars and the Youth Pioneers. I hear the Russians have a whole lot of red scarfs for sale cheap.

    Mandatory military service in the current environment will provide even more opportunity for indoctrination of our youth about evil white people. What is being suggested is pie in the sky BS. There are a plethora of logistical and legal hurdles to be cleared. The author somehow thinks people in rural America never meet people of other races an creeds. City folk never meet country bumpkins. That thought process is 40 years or more outdated. Even more so because of the rise of social media in the last 10 years.

    The author seems to want the State to teach our children responsibility and not the parents. At our kitchen table my mother explained to me how in Gods eyes we are all the same. Treat all people with respect. My father taught me to respect any man who works hard for a living. Working men regardless of race deserve respect.

  • Pentagon Defends Diversity and Inclusion Efforts: ‘No Apologies Whatsoever’

    06/03/2021 4:08:08 PM PDT · 24 of 25
    OldGoatCPO to Leaning Right

    The military was once a bastion of diversity. Just 10 years ago, Race, religion even sex preference did not matter to the troops. It was like the old saying there are no atheists in a foxhole, well there are no racist in a foxhole either. In fact it was the post WWII generation that pushed for an end to segregation in the military. A lot of men relied on other men they never would have otherwise associated with. Hard to be a racist after that. There were and are your 10%, but the other 90% do not need diversity training, they got that in a big way in boot camp. We were all brothers in arms until this POS Austin brought his bullshit Army crap to the whole DOD. I recommend NO white, conservative, Christian, male (who identifies as a male) join today’s military. Especially if you are a white Alpha male. You will be discriminated against unless you accept being humiliated and berated for your skin color. Leave the DOD to the freaks, black/brown racists like Austin and queers. There is nothing you can do about it until this clown show is over.

  • National Review writer: Maggie Haberman Is Right

    06/03/2021 11:50:16 AM PDT · 97 of 173
    OldGoatCPO to Signalman

    Only through impeachment, but that would require large majority in the Senate.

  • National Review writer: Maggie Haberman Is Right

    06/03/2021 11:48:22 AM PDT · 94 of 173
    OldGoatCPO to theoilpainter
    Trump knows he will not be reinstated, I am not an attorney, but constitutionally I do not think it is possible. Even if possible Trump would need Michigan and Pennsylvania to be invalidated as well. If Trump is not trolling he made a comment taken out of context. Trump needs to be the king maker. The Red Cardinal working behind the scenes fomenting policy. Much like Obama is now through Susan Rice. Build majorities in the House and Senate, take the White House installing a solid America First conservative. Let the House and Senate rehabilitate Trump. Reform or outright get rid of the FBI, DEA/ATF and CIA. State is a lost cause, but absolutely needs reforming. What I would like to see is Arizona and Georgia decertified and all their electoral votes removed from the record. I believe Biden would still win but by a significantly smaller margin. It would highlight the illegitimacy of the Biden Administration and force more States to fix election laws.

    On a side note I read Pence is acting like a future candidate. I would never vote for him. Not because of 6 Jan 2021, but because he is a long term swamp critter. He is Ryan's pick.

  • Chicago police say shootings, murders down last month compared to 2020; anti-looting task force ends

    06/01/2021 6:09:56 AM PDT · 9 of 18
    OldGoatCPO to ConservativeInPA

    The numbers will pick up shortly. Milwaukee is anecdotally seeing a 200% increase in violent crime over the last three years. With all the illegals flooding the region it will become a target rich environment.

  • Democrats: ‘If It Doesn’t Work, Keep Doing It’

    05/29/2021 7:51:39 AM PDT · 14 of 17
    OldGoatCPO to excalibur21
    I love it, calling people who voted for Biden “Dingdong Sheep” works on so many levels. Problem is, the Dingdong Sheep cannot even follow 300 years of recorded history so they would have no idea the insult is based on a 1532 novel. Still all in all, I love it.