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  • Dems Point Out Eerie Parallels Between Trump and Hitler [semi-satire]

    03/24/2019 10:29:33 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 6 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 24 March 2019 | John Semmens
    In a bid to bolster their contention that President Trump is the worst person to ever occupy the Oval Office, House of Representatives Democratic Whip James Clyburn (SC) listed what he termed “the frightening and eerie parallels between Adolf Hitler and Donald Trump. Both abstained from consuming alcohol. Both were elected with less than a majority of the popular vote. Both characterized their predecessors as ineffective and corrupt. Both came to power as outsiders without prior experience in government. Both achieved a strong economy and military. It could hardly be clearer that President Trump is the biggest threat to America...
  • The Leftist Threat in Australia

    03/24/2019 7:45:02 AM PDT · by Ozguy1945 · 9 replies
    Freedom, Democracy and Civilised Humanity website, ^ | 24 March 2019 | https://freedom-demokrasi-and-civilised-humanity.com/
    All across the West, leftist governments are trashing democracy and human rights in their own countries. Polling suggests that the Austraian Labor Party, lead by Bill Shorten of Maribyrnong, will defeat the conservative government of Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Australia next May. The blogpost in this link (https://freedom-demokrasi-and-civilised-humanity.com/2019/03/23/give-us-liberty-not-a-l-p-death/) describes five ways in which I think a Shorten government would do damage in Australia. How does this compare with what left leaning governments do to their own people and society in America?
  • Ancient Civilizations Sacrificed Children, But We Abort Them

    03/21/2019 5:03:14 PM PDT · by OddLane · 16 replies
    Life News ^ | MAR 21, 2019 | CHERYL SULLENGER
    Given the new efforts in New York and other states controlled by radical Democrats to expand late-term abortions and even legalize infanticide, an archeology report published earlier this month takes on new, present-day application. What does archeology have to do with late-term abortion or infanticide? That answer lies in the similarities of between what we are seeing in the Abortion Cartel today and what archeologists have recently discovered at the site of the largest known child sacrifice event in the world. The disturbing archeological report detailed excavations at a Peruvian site known as Huanchaquito-Las Llamas. Even archeologists were shocked at...
  • Does the Hijab Reflect “Adherence to Sharia Law”?

    03/20/2019 9:56:46 AM PDT · by Impala64ssa · 15 replies
    Raymond Ibrahim ^ | 3/20/19 | Raymond Ibrahim
    The recent outrage surrounding Jeanine Pirro’s remarks concerning the hijab is a reflection of the abysmal degree to which common sense is under assault in America. Context: While discussing Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s anti-Israel remarks with Nancy Pelosi, Pirro said: This is not who your party is. Your party is not anti-Israel. She is. Think about this, she’s not getting this anti-Israel sentiment doctrine from the Democratic Party, so if it’s not rooted in the party, where is she getting it from? Think about it. Omar wears a hijab which according to the Quran 33:59 tells women to cover so...
  • KEYNES IS DEAD; THIS IS THE LONG RUN

    03/18/2019 11:52:48 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 31 replies
    Evergreen Gavekal ^ | 03/15/2019 | Charles Gave
    “In the long run, we are all dead.” –JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES______________________________________________________________________________________________________________INTRODUCTION John Maynard Keynes, an English economist and author, has been held in high esteem for several decades thanks to his groundbreaking work in economics in the early 20th century. The theory he popularized in an attempt to better understand the Great Depression, aptly named Keynesian theory, revolutionized demand-side economic policy at the time. For those who haven’t studied the riveting subject of macroeconomics since college – sarcasm, of course, for everyone out there that doesn’t live and breathe the subject like we do – Keynes advocated for increased...
  • Admitted Thief Throws Hat in Race for Dem Presidential Nomination [semi-satire]

    03/16/2019 12:42:27 PM PDT · by John Semmens · 12 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 17 March 2019 | John Semmens
    This week, Robert “Beto” O’Rourke, the Kennedyesque former Texas Democrat Representative and failed Senate candidate, changed course and declared he will run for his Party’s nomination in the 2020 presidential election. O’Rourke got his start on the path to politics in his teens as a member of the Cult of the Dead Cow (CDC) during the 1980s. The CDC financed its activities by pirating software, pilfering long-distance phone service and credit card fraud. The CDC’s web site contained a warning saying: “This site may contain explicit descriptions of or advocate one or more of the following: adultery, murder, morbid violence,...
  • Freedom in "The Covered Wagon"

    03/16/2019 8:45:45 AM PDT · by Ozguy1945 · 13 replies
    The Covered Wagon, a movie dedicated to the memory of Theodore Roosevelt, was the first feature length western. It was released on March 16 in 1923, long before the modern Nanny State robbed us of our sense of who we are. And long before merciless third wave feminism infiltrated the souls of western nations to strike at the very heart of societies where men and women WERE once partners. As Roosevelt said, when accepting the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo in 1910, "No nation deserves to exist if it permits itself to lose the stern and virile virtues; and this...
  • George Washington and the Ides of March

    03/15/2019 2:54:47 PM PDT · by jfd1776 · 12 replies
    Illinois Review ^ | March 15, 2019 A.D. | John F Di Leo
    Reflections on the Anniversary of the Defeat of the Newburgh Conspiracy We have known of the tale for over 2000 years, but especially for the past 420, since William Shakespeare’s play immortalized the moment. It was on March 15 – the Ides of March – in the year 44 BC, when Julius Caesar was assassinated by a cadre of Roman Senators. They claimed to have committed this murder to save the Roman Republic, even though the nation had suffered a procession of other dictators for a century already, and it was actually “a Republic in name only” long before Caesar...
  • keeping things in perspective

    03/15/2019 2:19:12 AM PDT · by franksolich · 14 replies
    slef | March 15, 2019 | self
    As one can see from many of the overnight posts on the internet, our fifth column was busy, trying to remind us that "everybody does it," "both sides do it," in reference to the murders in New Zealand. And I have no doubt that during the day, here and elsewhere, the Demos, primitives, and other appeasers and virtue signallers are going to continually refrain this, "everybody does it," "both sides do it." Which of course is nonsense. The murder of forty people from the other side is not the same as the all those whose lives have been taken from...
  • Albert Einstein explains relativity in 35 words

    03/14/2019 10:34:40 AM PDT · by amorphous · 41 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | 13 March 2019 | Bill Federer
    Albert Einstein was born in Germany on March 14, 1879. He began teaching himself calculus at age 14. With a doctorate from the University of Zurich, Einstein wrote papers on electromagnetic energy, relativity, and statistical mechanics. Einstein predicted a ray of light from a distant star would appear to bend as it passed near the sun. When an eclipse confirmed this, the London Times ran the headline, Nov. 7, 1919, “Revolution in science – New theory of the Universe – Newtonian ideas overthrown.” In 1921, Albert Einstein won the Nobel Prize in physics. Describing the theory of relativity, Albert Einstein...
  • The Collapse of Western Civilization

    03/13/2019 1:30:52 PM PDT · by markomalley · 15 replies
    YouTube ^ | 3/13/19 | Paul Joseph Watson
    Almost every factor that precedes the collapse of great civilizations has been met by the west.
  • The Jeep Grand Cherokee You Never Knew: Inside Russia’s Wild '90s and the SUV That Ruled Its Roads

    03/12/2019 10:05:07 PM PDT · by NorseViking · 21 replies
    Jalopnik ^ | March 12, 2019 | Misha Lann
    On a cold afternoon in late January, I pulled into an industrial side-street of Saint Petersburg. There, I met with a man who I’ll refer to as “Oleg.” Oleg drives a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ—an “Orvis Edition” with a 5.2-liter V8. As we stood chatting by the hood of his car, many heads turned, and a fair share of strangers offered their thumbs up. A few others asked if the car was for sale, to which Oleg responded, ominously: “takiye mashini ne prodayutsya” (“cars like this don’t go up for sale”). In America, the Grand Cherokee ZJ is at...
  • History Of Hispanic Socialism In South America (No Wonder They Are Dying To Escape)

    03/12/2019 3:42:33 PM PDT · by Richard William I · 4 replies
    RichardWilliamz.Blogspot.Com ^ | 03/12/2019 | Richard Williamz
  • Hawaii Dems Call for Repeal of 2nd Amendment [semi-satire]

    03/12/2019 9:57:40 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 3 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 10 March 2019 | John Semmens
    The Hawaii Senate is considering a resolution calling for a repeal of the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms. The heavily Democrat-dominated body (there is only one Republican and 24 Democrats) will most likely pass the resolution. Resolution co-sponsor Roz Baker (D-Maui) says “the era when individuals had to have firearms to hunt for food or ward off criminals is long past. In 1789, help could not be easily summoned and once summoned could take hours or more to respond. Today, police can be summoned in seconds and arrive within minutes. There is no longer a need for individual ownership...
  • 'The Fight of Our Lives': New Documentary Examines the Threats Facing the West

    03/11/2019 11:34:20 PM PDT · by amorphous · 10 replies
    TheFightofOurLives.com ^ | 2/19/18 | film by Gloria Z. Greenfield
    Through incisive conversations with key scholars and experts in history, anthropology, international law, human rights, political science and media, The Fight of our Lives – Defeating the Ideological War Against the West examines the emergence of anti-Western ideas, ideologies and movements, along with their subsequent penetration into Western academia, politics, and society.
  • Respecting Women as Women: Part I of II

    03/11/2019 9:07:03 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 5 replies
    Natural Womanhood ^ | March 8, 2019 | Jeanette Flood
    Women are not the same as men. This widely acknowledged truth applies in multiple, multiple ways beyond the obvious external differences. Each sex is more vulnerable to certain diseases than the other, and each responds differently to certain medications. Most everyone recognizes that men and women tend to think differently, and for good reason: scientific studies show that as early as in the womb, genes and hormones begin affecting brain development in different ways in males and females. To cite just one example, females tend to be more person-oriented, while males are more task/object-oriented. “Science has affirmed … that women...
  • In Praise of Alexander Hamilton Part V – June 18th 1787

    03/11/2019 12:51:45 AM PDT · by Jacquerie · 4 replies
    ArticleVBlog ^ | March 11th 2019 | Rodney Dodsworth
    “There is a natural inclination in mankind,” wrote Benjamin Franklin, “to Kingly government.” He wasn’t alone. Convention delegate Hugh Williamson (NC), thought “it was pretty certain . . . that we should at some time or other have a King,” but he wished to postpone the event as long as possible. James Madison and George Washington made similar observations. Even John Adams in his Defense of the Constitutions of the United States of America predicted a future government “nearer (in) resemblance (to) the British constitution,” including a hereditary king and senate.1 Among the delaying features of our pre-17th Amendment Constitution...
  • Was Bernie Sanders a Russian Agent?

    03/10/2019 9:16:54 PM PDT · by Candor7 · 29 replies
    cascade free zone ^ | March 11, 2019 | xeroxero
    .............The broad outlines of Bernie’s long-running infatuation with all things Soviet Russian are available to diligent researchers. We know Bernie went to Moscow for his honeymoon. This is sort of passed over and laughed off by his supporters, but it should not be. It that era it was considered a signature event in the life of a dedicated American communist. Something many American communists looked forward to as a culmination of their connections with the movement. This was frequently accompanies by other highly symbolic gestures, like getting married in a Red Dress, or having the wedding ceremony itself in the...
  • Dems Can’t Reach Consensus to Condemn Anti-Semitism [semi-satire]

    03/10/2019 10:33:02 AM PDT · by John Semmens · 3 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 10 March 2019 | John Semmens
    Unable to cobble together a majority of her Party willing to vote for a resolution condemning the repeated anti-Semitic propaganda issuing forth from Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn), Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) was able to get an insipid statement opposing hatred through. “Since there are so many hateful things being said and done in the world, our caucus didn’t think it would be fair to single out Rep. Omar for rebuke,” Pelosi explained. “On top of that, it was pointed out to me the Quran commands Muslims to hate Jews and that criticizing her for following the commands of her faith...
  • Why Democrats are Ramping Up Abortion Efforts

    03/09/2019 3:15:37 PM PST · by pcottraux · 55 replies
    Depths of Pentecost ^ | March 9, 2019 | Philip Cottraux
    Why Democrats are Ramping Up Abortion Efforts By Philip Cottraux In the ancient city of Karnak is the Ashkelon Wall, an Egyptian record of the military victories of Ramses II. The wall is divided into sections but the largest primarily focuses on a treaty with the Hittite empire. On either side are epic depictions of Ramses’ armies victorious in battle; the siege of Ashkelon is most intriguing. As the Egyptians surrounded the city, its citizens committed the ultimate act of desperation, throwing their own children over the defensive wall in a massive act of child-sacrifice. This misguided practice seems to...