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  • Methane Deceptions

    01/24/2015 4:41:20 PM PST · 25 of 25
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie

    Strike civilized. [cringes]

    Make that “the rational, the right, way.”

  • Methane Deceptions

    01/24/2015 4:33:56 PM PST · 24 of 25
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie
    Gain the agreement before those offering it know what they've done or whom they have backed. Use that opening to teach more of the remaining content.

    Maybe I'm just over the hill, but I have no idea what this means.

    Look, I pray your technique succeeds. It is the civilized way. Thus, there's the rub. What I warned Don of at the bottom of 17 certainly pertains to you.

  • Methane Deceptions

    01/24/2015 3:09:51 PM PST · 22 of 25
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie
      We could, but that cuts to your other point about conservatives being individuals. Good thought btw.
    Egad man, how? I know you have been collecting facts and proving your theories, but have you been offering a course on counter-Prog tactics? I'm talking about countering such tactics that previously would charge you with falsehoods, shout nonsense just to drown you out, and suddenly change schedules and venues so you don't even get to attend or be published. Short of training snipers I mean.
  • Methane Deceptions

    01/24/2015 1:22:27 PM PST · 19 of 25
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie
    thanks a bunch.

    I was NOT deriding your tireless work, which is far in excess to my own. I was bemoaning knowing of a tactical training program where more people could do the kind of things needed to derail the Progs tactic in advancing their agenda. Being filled with facts and knowledge and eloquence clearly is not enough.

    And I surely hope you continue to make gains. The truth does matter.

    The thing is, those newly informed minor bureaucrats have to be able to keep their jobs. They WILL run into apparatchiks who will softly say things like "you're smart enough to know which side is the right one."

    And should they fail to respond "well" to such suggestions, they will hear something like "I thought you were smart" at their exit interview.

    The CAGW climate scam is more reliant on their Soviet-Style media (SSM) than on the actual number of climate scientist who are listed in the "consensus." But that doesn't mean that climate scientists can be assured they'll get their next research grant if they don't bow in the right direction when called on to do so. Same with Forestry Service and Interior bureaucrats. It's one thing for them to have their eyes opened by you, entirely another to buck the nefarious system that seeks to grows the department they work in (with them or without them).

    We live in much nastier times.

  • Methane Deceptions

    01/24/2015 1:02:57 PM PST · 18 of 25
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie

    I think I was exposed to it at about the same time. Do you remember the Concord Coalition meetings held around the country? The one I attended was staged at Occidental College. That ring a bell? :(

  • Methane Deceptions

    01/24/2015 1:00:15 PM PST · 17 of 25
    Avoiding_Sulla to Don W
    Thanks Don. I see that one of the key attributes to counter the strategies is to have a group committed to fighting the facilitators.

    My being an often irascible and stand-alone individual, even had I known of such countermeasures and practiced them, it might not have worked even with prearranged and practiced allies.

    Apparently something similar to my failures have been true for many others as well, because the Progs have advanced far too well despite this knowledge. So? How often has it worked? Seeing the power of the GOPe and the weakness of conservative pubbies, I'm surmising: not yet enough.

    The Collectivists work well because they are NOT individualists first. They want power, individuals mostly want to be left alone, tending only get involved when push comes to shove. I always wished I knew what path worked to get more of us to take a long view so as to necessitate involvement. I regret I gave into despair after many failures. I am to blame for those failures. They were mostly due to my inability to build such needed blocs before confrontations with the enemy.

    And now, I'm old and tired. I wish it were not so, but even when young I tended to write with a Jeremiad tone. My failings need not be those of the next generation, and I hope it learns from errors such as mine. I surely wish you better success.

    I sincerely hope you can convince younger people to do what I could not persevere at.

    One more thing though. This discussion of counter tactics was devised before the Left started to deploy more fascistic types. In this day of shameless lying, the "knock-out" game and jihadi-like masked thugs, all but feigned niceties have been pretty much disappeared. Any countering group need to have strong security even as it attempts to appear unconnected to each other, else they are apt to be targets as individuals going out the door (and maybe even on a meeting floor).

    We have arrived at trying times.

  • Methane Deceptions

    01/24/2015 9:53:56 AM PST · 13 of 25
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie
    When was the last time your read your conclusion at that link? Have you ever considered backing off a bit on your condemnation of "we?" Because so few of us individuals have the power you imply to actually even slow the collective.

      This problem with electrical energy is but one of many markets infested with the NRDC, which is involved in everything from water to "air quality." Hopefully, the scope and depth of this story has convinced you that the problem is systemic. The NRDC is but one of many such hired guns for the foundations playing the great mercantilist game. So to start, just remember: We asked for this.

      We asked for this when we invested in government the power to regulate instead of holding our judges and representatives accountable. We asked for this when we demanded collective and coercive powers over private property. We created the demand when we did not realize that failure to pay our brethren for the environmental services we were demanding is what led them to race to the bottom. We did this to ourselves when we did not seek means to verify the truth, instead of allowing the media to herd us around like frightened lemmings. We did this to ourselves when we bought into the idea of compulsory government education. We did this to ourselves when we instituted an income tax that violated once almost-sacred standards of individual privacy. We did this to ourselves when we instituted regulatory power. We did this to ourselves when we instituted the legislative power to define tax-exemption in a system of laws supposedly delivering "equal protection." We did this to ourselves when we forced insurers to charge the same price for coverage without regard to customer behavior.

      In short, this problem started when we began hiring bureaucrats and police to force others to do our collective will, instead of forcing our representatives to abide by the principles to which we supposedly ascribe: limited government, unalienable rights, private property, and free enterprise, all operating under a system of simple laws adjudicated by courts with fully empowered and competent juries. It is only when we stop meddling with families and take the reins of our government while simultaneously respecting its limits that this mess will truly begin to change. It starts in the individual heart, hearing the limits we were given on Mount Sinai, and learning to see them in the faces of our brothers and sisters. It is only then that we can stop wasting the vast bulk of our work in trying to control each other. It starts in the heart, which hears from the mind. So if this message has meant anything to you, I ask that you teach it.

    It's been more than a dozen years since you wrote that C_O. You mentioned Hegelian and other influences in another comment today or yesterday. How much of that "we did this to ourselves" was in actually foisted upon us by something akin to the Dephi Technique? And who amongst us knows what countermeasures work against such subterfuge and can teach it? I don't know of anyone; do you?

    And maybe I ought to have written "could have taught it," because I'm pretty sure we are beyond the point of solving any of our problems pedagogically.

  • Here are the Republicans who voted against John Boehner for speaker

    01/07/2015 4:21:57 PM PST · 166 of 178
    Avoiding_Sulla to Randy Larsen; Carry_Okie

    I don’t know how accurate this is. Is it worth discussing? If it is so, since this is NOT November any longer, we shouldn’t we be expecting (McClintock’s words) “At any meeting, a member may put a no-confidence motion to the conference and, if adopted, set the stage for a House vote to vacate the office and elect a successor” from doing this soon?

    Who’ll be the whip Tom?

    http://mcclintock.house.gov/2015/01/statement-by-congressman-tom-mcclintock-on-the-election-of-the-house-speaker.shtml

    Statement by Congressman Tom McClintock On the Election of the House Speaker
    January 6, 2015 10:42 AM

    Statement by Congressman Tom McClintock
    On the Election of the House Speaker

    January 6, 2014

    I am disappointed in Mr. Boehner’s leadership of the House and have expressed my concerns on many occasions. But shifting this decision from the House Republican Conference to the House Floor opens a Pandora’s Box.

    The election of the House Speaker is a decision that is made by the House majority caucus. That decision is then enacted through a formal vote on the House floor by the unanimous action of that majority.

    The Republican majority voted at its November meeting to re-elect John Boehner as Speaker after no member stepped forward to challenge him. Some have suggested now shifting that decision from the House Republican Conference to the House floor, where 29 Republicans can combine with Democrats to thwart it.

    Conservatives should beware. On its worst day, the collective judgment of the Republican majority is much more conservative than that of the overall House membership. Shattering Republican unity in the election of Speaker is not likely to end with a more conservative alternative, but rather with a coalition of the most liberal House Republicans and House Democrats.

    This happened in the California Assembly in 1994. Dissident Republicans broke with the Republican majority on the vote for Speaker, enlisting the votes of minority Democrats in exchange for a wholesale transfer of power. Though voters had elected a Republican majority, this coalition effectively gave Democrats control of the Assembly.

    The proper place to contest a Republican speaker is in the House Republican Conference. At any meeting, a member may put a no-confidence motion to the conference and, if adopted, set the stage for a House vote to vacate the office and elect a successor. However, this requires every member of the Conference to respect the collective decision – a long-enduring precedent that would be destroyed by the proposed strategy. I cannot support it.

  • Obama administration to allow Native American tribes to grow and sell marijuana

    12/13/2014 2:39:22 PM PST · 62 of 65
    Avoiding_Sulla to 1010RD
      If we cannot agree on the obvious...
    Isn't it a common observation that the obvious is usually the overlooked?

    Sometimes the first duty of intelligent men is the restatement of the obvious. — George Orwell

    We either spell it out or miss yet another opportunity.

  • Rolling Stone Recants, but PBS Can’t Let Go

    12/08/2014 2:48:39 PM PST · 23 of 28
    Avoiding_Sulla to EDINVA

    Truly, Woodruff is a bitter clinger.

  • Rolling Stone Recants, but PBS Can’t Let Go

    12/08/2014 2:27:30 PM PST · 22 of 28
    Avoiding_Sulla to colorado tanker

    BTTT

  • Time to Stop the Moderator Masochism

    11/26/2014 12:17:44 PM PST · 48 of 53
    Avoiding_Sulla to Travis McGee
      "The GOPe is just STUPID..."
    OTOH, as long as the policy results of elections remain favorable for the backers of the GOPe/Dem ruling class coalition, I advise being more reticent about which elements in our politics consistently earn the stupid designation.
  • Time to Stop the Moderator Masochism

    11/26/2014 9:49:19 AM PST · 38 of 53
    Avoiding_Sulla to Kaslin; All
      It's well past time to stop letting the liberal networks directly inflict damage on Republicans from the stage during the primary debates.
    In order for this wish to come about, it's well past time letting the GOPe be in charge of these events.

    All you house GOPe lovers: Show us constitutionalists how the GOPe's ultimate goals are different from the Dems, item by item. C'mon. Don't be shy.

  • GOP dominates midterms, takes control of Senate

    11/05/2014 8:07:14 AM PST · 76 of 85
    Avoiding_Sulla to JohnHuang2

    That the GOP won is nice.

    But before anybody gloats, lets hear his plan for upsetting the GOPe/Dem (Statists combined against America) steering to come. Hmmm?

    Let’s not hear crickets either.

  • Dead Voter's "Signature" Just Like Mom's (San Diego, CA)

    10/31/2014 11:47:41 AM PDT · 26 of 28
    Avoiding_Sulla to oldbrowser

    “Maybe that is the goal of the government.”

    Maybe? Ask “who benefits?” and then notice the consistent absence of prosecutions.

    To the representative foundations of a republic, abetted voter fraud is the most lethal malfeasance.

  • #Ebola Czar Called Overpopulation Top Leadership Issue

    10/21/2014 8:35:06 AM PDT · 50 of 57
    Avoiding_Sulla to wtd; AAABEST; AdamSelene235; AnnaZ; Askel5; backhoe; BlackElk; Brian Allen; calcowgirl; ...

    Does this surprise anyone on the Death Cultivation ping list?

    “Like the fox guarding the hen house” is an inappropriate analogy.

    Can’t someone provide a better one?

  • Lockheed Martin Claims Fusion Breakthrough That Could Change World Forever

    10/16/2014 11:56:50 AM PDT · 61 of 70
    Avoiding_Sulla to MMaschin

    It’s nice to meet a newer Freeper who is aware of this. So few give a damn about the Death Cultists that I hardly post anymore. I hope some of my earlier efforts helped inform you. Here’s one from 2002 on DDT alone.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/767113/posts

    Think of the 10s of millions of death due to the DDT ban as simply a pilot program for much, much worse. I’ve a longer version of my tag line, but it’s close enough to get the idea of the threat level.

  • Lockheed Martin Claims Fusion Breakthrough That Could Change World Forever

    10/16/2014 2:54:17 AM PDT · 45 of 70
    Avoiding_Sulla to MMaschin

    Malthusian cloaked misanthropes like Ehrlich are likely less worried about cheap energy now that Ebola (thanks CDC) seems to be on track to depopulate in the billions. Megalomaniacs like their comforts too.

  • D’Souza Speaks Out on Sentencing: There Was ‘All-Out Attempt to Put Me Away’

    09/25/2014 9:29:19 AM PDT · 47 of 48
    Avoiding_Sulla to afraidfortherepublic

    Let nobody mention that it has merely a one letter longer acronym than concentration camp.

  • Conservative Writer Dinesh D'Souza Is Spared Prison Time For Campaign Finance Conviction

    09/25/2014 6:44:14 AM PDT · 129 of 131
    Avoiding_Sulla to Pelham

    Yep. A patriot sees an unconstitutional law, then willfully breaks it for the purpose of gaining standing in court with the intention of getting the law overturned by court ruling.

    Doubly so if he suspects that he will be sought out for selective prosecution (as D’Souza says).

    What do you label it when the law-breaker decides not to fight, but to plead guilty as charged?

  • Conservative Writer Dinesh D'Souza Is Spared Prison Time For Campaign Finance Conviction

    09/24/2014 11:59:35 AM PDT · 121 of 131
    Avoiding_Sulla to Pelham

    Thanks for the feedback. Looking over this thread, few people are aware of that. Even the title of this thread starter ignores the ramifications of his guilty plea. Look at how many think he was convicted not that he plead guilty. And sadly, that included me.

    Seeing as how McCain/Feingold was a RINO/Dem bipartisan effort, you can see why I that coalition lives the SKUNC acronym. They are simply anti-constitutional, and Dinesh just gave them a precedent they did not deserve. While it is hard to condemn any man for not being a sacrificial lamb, he most certainly does not deserve the label of hero.

  • Conservative Writer Dinesh D'Souza Is Spared Prison Time For Campaign Finance Conviction

    09/24/2014 12:38:51 AM PDT · 105 of 131
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie

    Ooops! He pleaded guilty! What was I thinking? Any appeal (and chance for a heroic stance against this tyranny) would have been in defense of a failed not-guilty plea. So I guess heroics is hardly the right thought to have had in the first place. My bad. Sorry.

  • Conservative Writer Dinesh D'Souza Is Spared Prison Time For Campaign Finance Conviction

    09/24/2014 12:14:08 AM PDT · 104 of 131
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie; Whenifhow
    He does get time on Fox News.

    And he did again, see video at 103

    He might then think it's about him.

    Sigh, that cannot have been a prediction you'd have liked to see come true; but it sure seems that's his inclination in that 4 minute video.

      He's all smiles as he lists the benefits to him.
      He exhibits no remorse at the precedent he has helped cement in place.
      Statists Knowingly Undermining our Nation's Constitution would smile for reasons unmentioned by Ms. Kelley.
    I'd hate to calculate the likelihood how this performance is not positively brazen and in our face because I don't expect a good result.
  • Conservative Writer Dinesh D'Souza Is Spared Prison Time For Campaign Finance Conviction

    09/23/2014 4:53:38 PM PDT · 96 of 131
    Avoiding_Sulla to Carry_Okie

    “he should appeal it anyway.”

    I’d say it would be heroic for him to appeal the conviction because I get the sense that they are holding the full sentence in abeyance as a threat against such an appeal. The cretin Statists want this conviction to stay in place simply to acquire the precedent.

    OTOH, there is also a sinister reason for him not to appeal and then point to the threat as the reason he dares not — as cover. The more RINOs (SKUNCs — statists knowingly undermining the nation’s constitution — is really a more accurate acronym) that D’Sousa is friendly with, the greater the chances he’d never appeal.

    In the final analysis, it is a blemish on our society for having allowed such racketeering to have become so firmly established. There were ways to have prevented it from having gotten this far, but I fear the real patriots it would have taken to get it done are all dead by now.

  • Pressure builds against EPA water proposal

    09/02/2014 9:09:18 PM PDT · 16 of 16
    Avoiding_Sulla to editor-surveyor

    Actually, I doubt even you know that E-S. ;)

    However, that is what we’re repeatedly told that our govt high priests currently enforcing their neo-pagan dogma. And as such, in violation of the 1st Amendment. But don’t expect any court to adjudicate it that way. It will take something much less formal to set it aright.

  • Pressure builds against EPA water proposal

    09/01/2014 9:15:21 PM PDT · 9 of 16
    Avoiding_Sulla to george76; AAABEST; AdamSelene235; AnnaZ; Askel5; backhoe; BlackElk; Brian Allen; calcowgirl; ...
      ...the damage the proposed changes could have on food production.
    There is a segment in our governments for which this is a feature and not a bug. Their intentions are to be inferred by which ones are active in radical Sustainability institutions.
  • Obama and Holder take over from Jackson and Sharpton

    08/21/2014 8:49:14 PM PDT · 10 of 12
    Avoiding_Sulla to Sean_Anthony
  • Obama sending attorney general Holder to Missouri

    08/21/2014 8:46:52 PM PDT · 92 of 92
    Avoiding_Sulla to mojito
  • BREAKING: Senate report exposes the movement as cash machine controlling the EPA

    07/31/2014 7:05:19 AM PDT · 32 of 34
    Avoiding_Sulla to forester

    What may not be understood by readers in that last comment is that Rover engines found in any vehicle have long been a target of EPA. And any found with without dealer plates (exempted) or meant to be used only on private tracks have long been a target of DOT.

    The use of DHS implies that agencies are now working together in a manner that expands the danger to the citizen from all unaccountable bureaucracies. Banana republic in full swing?

  • BREAKING: Senate report exposes the movement as cash machine controlling the EPA

    07/31/2014 6:50:12 AM PDT · 31 of 34
    Avoiding_Sulla to forester
      The question a thinking man might ask himself is “Why is DHS - of all agencies - turning their attention to what vehicles are purchased by private american citizens?”
    Oh. How much more interesting.

    Your new question may prompt yet another observation from your friends with long memories:

    This sharing of information between agencies must mean that Jamie Gorelick's "wall of separation" is now seen as no longer -- hmmm, what adjective seems right here? -- useful.

  • BREAKING: Senate report exposes the movement as cash machine controlling the EPA

    07/30/2014 8:58:27 PM PDT · 28 of 34
    Avoiding_Sulla to forester

    Interesting.

    You do understand the concept of incrementalism I am sure.

    Do you recall those Argentinians a few short years ago who disappeared and were never heard of again?

    From your link:
    “The feds have given the Brinkley’s 35 days to appeal the seizure but refuse to tell them where the vehicle is located. The DHS has also failed to respond to media requests about the incident.”

    Sober individuals might say: “so what?” More sober individuals say “have you any understanding of incrementalism and tyrannies testing of what they can get away with?” Sadly, very few have any inkling.

    At this point I think much prayer is needed.

  • BREAKING: Senate report exposes the movement as cash machine controlling the EPA

    07/30/2014 8:16:46 PM PDT · 25 of 34
    Avoiding_Sulla to forester

    No. Link please.

  • No, ‘Illegal’ Is Not Like the N-Word: Suppressing language does not change objective reality.

    07/08/2014 3:24:42 PM PDT · 22 of 39
    Avoiding_Sulla to SeekAndFind
    Some important points this author has overlooked or avoided. Those who wish to remain free must not overlook them.

    1. "We call illegal immigrants “illegal” because they are here illegally. It’s pretty simple."

    Seeing how border crossing is actively on-going right this minute and hardly after the fact, why get hung up with what FORM of immigrant one is speaking about?

    Just call them collectively as an INVASION FORCE.

    2. "Suppressing language does not change objective reality." An outright lie.

    Renown linguist Eric Blair (George Orwell) wrote definitively on this.

      "The purpose of Newspeak was not only to provide a medium of expression for the world-view and mental habits proper to the devotees of IngSoc, but to make all other modes of thought impossible. It was intended that when Newspeak had been adopted once and for all and Oldspeak forgotten, a heretical thought -- that is, a thought diverging from the principles of IngSoc -- should be literally unthinkable, at least so far as thought is dependent on words. "
    While this long paragraph does lay it out well enough, it is too long to be recalled easily, especially so in this day of sound-bites.

    In this Orwell lays out how the all controlling state aims to keep its subjects in bondage and without the ability to rebel. So I argue that it is much too important a declaration to leave in its highly intellectual form.

    How might you shorten it?

    I offer this as simpler way to remember it so as to be able to repeat it to any who will listen:

      'By eliminating words, rulers aim to make thoughts of rebellion literally unthinkable, at least so far as thought is dependent on words. '
  • Obamacare faces another court threat — and this one could be fatal

    07/07/2014 1:30:24 PM PDT · 10 of 15
    Avoiding_Sulla to illiac
    "prevents the federal government’s HealthCare.gov web site from offering subsidies. "
    Future ruling: "Sustained."

    Obama: "So sue me."

    Rinse, repeat.

    Thanks GOPe
  • CNN GUN POLL (NEED FREEPING)

    05/28/2014 2:48:13 PM PDT · 84 of 114
    Avoiding_Sulla to SunkenCiv

    :)

  • Huge Quake, So Cal

    03/28/2014 9:28:41 PM PDT · 27 of 111
    Avoiding_Sulla to Jeff Head

    Yes. Buddy in Diamond Bar had several items fall off and break.

  • earthquake Los Angeles

    03/17/2014 6:27:52 AM PDT · 3 of 77
    Avoiding_Sulla to edcoil

    felt like a 5.1 in Downtown LA

  • Warmers Use Magic to Create the Illusion of Science

    01/07/2014 11:51:10 AM PST · 10 of 24
    Avoiding_Sulla to Kaslin
    Marginalize the marginalizers. Rent seekers co-opting science to coerce consensus via expulsion are NOT scientists.
  • Chinese Icebreaker Trapped After Helping in Antarctic Rescue

    01/06/2014 6:36:11 PM PST · 50 of 50
    Avoiding_Sulla to Anton.Rutter
    Al Gore is finally a Shining example
    Given the inconvenient turn in climate, this version is more fitting than the Jack Nicholson original.
  • The Further Adventures of the Chinese Ice Breaker That Rescued the Global Warming Scientists

    01/06/2014 6:33:41 PM PST · 36 of 36
    Avoiding_Sulla to SeekAndFind
    Al Gore is finally a Shining example
    Given the inconvenient turn in climate, this version is more fitting than the Jack Nicholson original.
  • The Global Warming Hoax Continues

    01/06/2014 6:32:31 PM PST · 16 of 21
    Avoiding_Sulla to rightwingerpatriot
    Al Gore is finally a Shining example
    Given the inconvenient turn in climate, this version is more fitting than the Jack Nicholson original.
  • US Coast Guard Ice breaker asked to assist Antarctic rescue

    01/06/2014 6:30:49 PM PST · 89 of 89
    Avoiding_Sulla to SWAMPSNIPER
    Al Gore is finally a Shining example
    Given the inconvenient turn in climate, this version is more fitting than the Jack Nicholson original.
  • Ted Cruz criticizes DOJ for arguing international treaty can trump the Constitution

    10/30/2013 8:31:34 PM PDT · 38 of 59
    Avoiding_Sulla to Cincinatus' Wife; Carry_Okie
    Years ago (and continuing to this day) Carry_okie warned that this was inevitable, and even how they would argue that the treaties supersede constitutional restrictions.
      ...all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding. -- the troublesome ambiguities in this portion of Article VI - (see CO published article)
    It's not all that clear that treaties can legitimately overrule the amendments like 2A because they were ratified AFTER the original, and by rights overrule those words undoubtedly welcomed by weasels.

    Personally, I think the court route is toast. Too late to wake people up who can fight this in courts and prevail. After Roberts turned, trampling our rights, hope from SCOTUS is not well placed.

  • SHOCK! -- An Open Ended Survey

    10/16/2013 11:53:27 AM PDT · 14 of 18
    Avoiding_Sulla to The Sons of Liberty

    Heck, when you register to comment at Newsbusters, you get on their mailing list too.

    Want to know the best way to avoid too much spam? Never send them any donations that can be linked to your email accounts. Sending money will get you much more spam.

  • SHOCK! -- An Open Ended Survey

    10/16/2013 11:47:33 AM PDT · 13 of 18
    Avoiding_Sulla to Mr. K

    Yep. The Left’s Long March through our institutions began with infiltrating media first with old style progressives. After enough Progs were in place, then the began hiring radicals. I liken it to termites. The structure’s facade is still there, but it no longer is able to serve it’s original function.

  • SHOCK! -- An Open Ended Survey

    10/16/2013 11:40:59 AM PDT · 9 of 18
    Avoiding_Sulla to publius911

    No. This is Brent Bozelle’s, parent organization of Newsbusters and CNS.com.

    You are thinking of the radicals at Media Matters.

  • SHOCK! -- An Open Ended Survey

    10/16/2013 11:32:35 AM PDT · 5 of 18
    Avoiding_Sulla to bgill

    Sorry, that’s a transcription error made by me. I wasn’t able to carry over the same format easily. It took me some time. If that’s the only error I made, thank the Lord.

    Pascal’s version post has a highlighted dot at MORE liberal.

    Put your own answers in. This blog post merely demonstrates how this is no survey like you have ever seen.

  • SHOCK! -- An Open Ended Survey

    10/16/2013 11:27:57 AM PDT · 4 of 18
    Avoiding_Sulla to The Sons of Liberty

    This one is not about elections. This one is about a watchdog institution that is riding herd on the original watchdog institution — our failed Fourth Estate. You know — the one that is behaving like the Pravda and Izvestia reborn.

    As to it being a waste of time, yep, Pascal covered that.

    Still, since it is only 7 questions, you are not expending much time.

    And quite obviously, you like stating your opinion. This “survey” actually asks you to state your opinion. :D

  • SHOCK! -- An Open Ended Survey

    10/16/2013 11:18:44 AM PDT · 1 of 18
    Avoiding_Sulla
    Go answer this survey (more like a request for guidance than any survey I've ever been offered) at the Media Research Center

    Not often we are asked for our opinions by any institution. Be sure to fill in those blanks. We are offered blank spaces to fill in so rarely, I'm inclined to think this was a mistake! Take advantage of the opportunity while yee may.

  • Iwo Jima Memorial Closed, Barricades Erected

    10/05/2013 5:39:14 PM PDT · 138 of 165
    Avoiding_Sulla to RedMDer
    Courtesy of Chris Muir @ Day By Day

    Obamaha Beach