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  • National Review Goes Full-Snob: Attacks Donald Trump Voters as Ignorant Bigots

    01/26/2016 8:05:23 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 64 replies
    Breitbart ^ | JAN. 26, 2016 | by JOHN NOLTE
    The Unwashed have, however, read enough to know that Democrats never do this — never attack their own voters like NRO and the rest of the Establishment have this year. But maybe — just maybe — because they spend all their time in the Real World and not hiding inside NRO’s erudite reading list, the Unwashed also intuitively understand that what NRO and the Establishment have been peddling for five presidential cycles is pure undiluted, self-serving bull shit. The Unwashed might not have read Shakespeare, but they can read a paycheck. The Unwashed might not have read Capitalism and Freedom,...
  • Mpls. ‘Cuddle Party’ Chapter Teaches Communication, Boundaries

    01/20/2016 6:02:33 AM PST · by C19fan · 25 replies
    CBS Minnesota ^ | January 19, 2016 | Liz Collin
    A growing number of people in the Twin Cities are finding great comfort in Cuddle Parties. It’s a monthly meet-up to better explore communication and boundaries, and yes to touch. On a bitterly cold Minneapolis night bedding sprawled across the floor warms a living room. “People sometimes say, ‘Why would I want to go and cuddle with a bunch of people I don’t even know?'” Candessa Hadsall said.
  • Kincaid: A Marxist Takeover of D.C.s Freedom Plaza

    10/14/2011 10:49:29 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 12 replies
    GOPUSA ^ | October 14, 2011 | Cliff Kincaid
    The October 2011 movement organizer Dennis Trainor tells me that he believes capitalism is homicidal and that the U.S. needs a revolution. This is not a reform movement, he said. He is part of the illegal occupation of Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. The October 2011 movement is not part of, but endorses the Occupy Wall Street movement that began several weeks ago. Although he describes himself as new to professional agitation, Trainor runs the No Cure For That website and served as a writer/media consultant for Dennis Kucinichs 2008 presidential campaign. Kucinich is the Cleveland Democrat perhaps best known...
  • The Great Unwashed (People Going w/out Soap or Deodorant)

    11/01/2010 11:50:31 AM PDT · by Arec Barrwin · 84 replies
    New York Times ^ | October 31, 2010 | Catherine Saint Louis
    October 29, 2010 The Great Unwashed By CATHERINE SAINT LOUIS A DAILY shower is a deeply ingrained American habit. Most people would no sooner disclose they had not showered in days than admit infidelity. But Jenefer Palmer, 55, of Malibu, Calif., cheerfully acknowledged recently that she doesnt shower or shampoo daily and doesnt use deodorant. Ever. No, she does not work from home in pajamas. In fact, Ms. Palmer, the chief executive of Osea, an organic skin-care line, often travels to meet business contacts at the five-star luxury hotels where her line is sold. They might be surprised to read...
  • Students against Iraq War protest at the Pentagon (Barf from Madistan)

    03/07/2007 9:53:47 PM PST · by Thunder90 · 22 replies · 586+ views
    The (People's ) Daily Cardinal ^ | 3/6/07 | Ryan Olander
    With the fourth year of U.S. occupation in Iraq approaching, Iraq is no more stable than it was during the reign of Saddam Husseins regime. Despite many very clear condemnations by the American public, the Bush Administration has done almost nothing to proliferate peace in Iraq. In response to this, the Madison chapter of the Wisconsin Campus Anti-War Network is sponsoring a march on the Pentagon. This march will take place next Saturday, March 17, two days before the fourth anniversary of the occupation.
  • From An Eyewitness To The 1971 "Antiwar" DC Riots.

    03/06/2007 8:55:27 PM PST · by InfantryMarine · 18 replies · 890+ views
    A little more motivation for' Gathering of Eagles in DC. from one who has witnessed firsthand what happens when radicals gain the upper hand: " A little piece of history about the antiwar movement: After serving with the 101st Abn Div in Vietnam and returning to the States in 1969, I was stationed at Ft Belvoir, VA, just outside Washington DC. After joining the Military Police Corps, I became a Military Police Investigator (MPI). On April 22, 1971, during the Winter Soldier Investigation, John Kerry, Vietnam Veterans of the War (VVAW) leader, testified before Senate Committee hearings accusing Honorable Vietnam...
  • Bill to hit plaintiffs for cash irks EPA

    03/04/2006 7:22:23 AM PST · by Excuse_My_Bellicosity · 7 replies · 658+ views
    Salt Lake Tribune ^ | 3/4/2006 | Judy Fahys
    There may be a new reason for Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. to exercise his second veto of the year - this one on the newly passed Legacy Parkway backlash bill. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency raised its "potential concern" Friday about HB100. In a letter to the governor, the EPA Denver regional director suggested Utah may not be able to properly do its job carrying out federal environmental laws that have been delegated to the state, such as the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and Superfund cleanups. "[T]his pending legislation raises concerns about whether important parts of the...
  • Operation Support the Administration

    02/05/2006 9:55:13 PM PST · by concretebob · 104 replies · 2,520+ views
    06 February 2006 | concretebob
    We have declared this Operation a SUCCESS!!!! The Revolutionary Communist Party, with it's front group WorldCantWait, showed up Saturday with their disgusting signs, their disgusting chants and their filthy appearence. Our group of intrepid PW's, Freepers, and the Leadership Institute's best and brightest, along with two brave wounded wariors from Walter Reed, and a contingent from George Washingtin University, assembled in Lafeyette Park at 1030 and set up our signs with messages of support for the current administration, the military, and the methods used by both to keep us safe from terrorists. Our favorite code pinko, Squeegee Boy showed up...
  • Op Infinite Freep... Protest Commie moonbats on Nov 2nd

    10/13/2005 1:11:48 PM PDT · by Thunder90 · 46 replies · 3,090+ views
    Here is the detailed lists of protests from the moonbats...... --------------------------------------------------------- WASHINGTON, DC 11 AM at Lafayette Park near the White House RESIST OR DIE! NO SCHOOL NOV 2! Organize your campus. Get in touch: LOCAL EVENTS ARIZONA TUCSON: 12 PM, Intersection of Church and Congress (downtown, by the Convention Center) CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY: LOS ANGELES: 12 PM, Actions along Wilshire Blvd from Downtown to Santa Monica; 5:00 PM, rally at the Westwood Federal Building (Wilshire & Westwood Blvds.), 213-926-5717 SACRAMENTO: 5 PM, Cesar Chavez Park (Downtown) SAN DIEGO:, 619-868-0819 SAN...
  • How will an Islamic rule in Iraq benefit the US?

    08/22/2005 5:13:37 AM PDT · by thorlock · 132 replies · 2,880+ views
    I am an independent and have become uneasy about what is happening in Iraq. The constitutional crises now going on is pitting the various factions against each other. What bothers me the most, however, is the fact that Iraq is on it's way to becoming a country ruled by islamofacists. I realize this was not our goal, but the reality is our policy there has created a situation that does exactly the opposite of what we wanted. How does this benefit the US?
  • Protect Military Recruiters AAR

    04/15/2005 3:17:28 PM PDT · by Thunder90 · 32 replies · 2,182+ views
    On Apr 14th, we prevented the lefties from entering the recruiter office and got lots of media attention. Here is a link to a story in the local news. I also infiltrated their march and rally. Here is a picture of one of our signs within the pro-terrorist rally... I am holding the sign in the top left corner. The sign has a yellow border and is this sign Some of the other signs we held: Here are Some College Republicans and Freepers facing off with some radicals:The radicals that spoke included AL-Awda (Pro Hamas) and the...
  • D.C. Settles With Mass Arrest Victims (Pays off protesters!)

    01/25/2005 3:49:56 AM PST · by Timeout · 27 replies · 873+ views
    washington post ^ | 1/25/05 | Carol D. Leonnig and Del Quentin Wilber
    Here are some snips: The District government agreed yesterday to pay a total of $425,000 to seven people caught up in a mass arrest at a downtown park in September 2002....The arrests occurred Sept. 27, 2002, during demonstrations against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.... officers corraled demonstrators and anyone else within the boundaries of the park, on Pennsylvania Avenue NW, and charged them with failing to obey police. The seven plaintiffs were five protesters and two bystanders. Each will receive about $50,000 after paying the legal expenses of the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Lawyers Guild and...
  • Update on "Not One Damn Dime Day"? (Vanity)

    01/21/2005 7:24:07 AM PST · by IN Farm Girl · 18 replies · 642+ views
    IN Farm Girl | 1/21/05 | IN Farm Girl
    Has anyone come across an update of the "success" of "Not One Damn Dime Day"? If so, please post it here. I didn't do as much shopping as I would have liked on 1/20, but I am very proud of those of you that did! Freep on!
  • Hollywood, Michael Moore and the Democrats

    01/07/2005 9:50:35 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 2 replies · 433+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | Jan. 7, 2005 | Thomas Lifson
    Chris Whittle, who edits Sunday Morning Shootout ... has a fascinating, wide ranging post on his site Eject! Eject! Eject!, which hits many of my political-entertainment industry buttons. The amn knows whereof he speaks, and has a lot of worthwhile thoughts. >>There are only eight conservative actors in the history of Hollywood, and five of them have been elected to high office. (The sixth was elected president of the National Rifle Association, the seventh was elected Mayor of Carmel, California on a pro-business platform, and John Wayne had the class to never run for or from anything.) If,...

    08/31/2004 11:52:47 PM PDT · by walford · 15 replies · 824+ views
    The New York Post ^ | Sept 1, 2004 | NY Post editorial
    As the GOP wrapped up Day Two of its confab last night, the hate-and- anarchy crowd began to get uppity, with protesters resisting and assualting cops. Hundreds were arrested. As well they have should been. As of early last night, it was unclear where all this would lead. But even by Monday, things had already gotten bloody. A mob of lowlifes pummeled one cop at the end of a protest by the so-called Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign a protest that, inexplicably, was allowed to take place despite a lack of proper permits. The officer, who was hospitalized...
  • Photo Essay: BBC's 10 Photos of NYC Anti-Bush Protesters

    08/29/2004 7:14:33 PM PDT · by yankeedame · 61 replies · 2,907+ views
    "Tens of thousands gathered in New York on Sunday to protest at the policies of US President George W Bush." Police kept an eagle eye on the protests, which took place on the eve of the Republican Party convention, due to start in New York on Monday. Marchers mocked the Bush administration using colourful props of the kind normally seen at carnivals. A giant dragon was set alight on the streets of the city that suffered most from the 9/11 attacks. Many who marched said they were expressing their opposition to President Bush rather than support for his Democratic rival,...
  • A Fine Whine About Lower Cheese Exports From France

    04/13/2003 11:22:34 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 39 replies · 434+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 4/13/03 | Jocelyn Gecker
    PARIS (AP) - One way to gauge how Americans are thinking about France after the split over the war in Iraq is to ask a cheese exporter like Marc Refabert. The Frenchman has been inundated by more than 2,000 e-mails from American customers, ranging in tone from apologetic to impolite, but all carrying the message put succinctly by a man from Illinois: "We no longer buy French products." Many American gourmets seem to be putting politics over palates, and, although they haven't released any numbers, French suppliers say their bottom lines are being hurt by the French government's refusal to...
  • Premier NYC French Restaurant Lespinasse to Close

    04/11/2003 9:26:21 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 141 replies · 2,121+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | 4/11/03 | The Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) - One of Manhattan's premier French restaurants, Lespinasse, announced it would close next week because of the economic and political climate. The 12-year-old restaurant in the midtown St. Regis Hotel was favored for its sumptuous beige and gold antique decor and prize-winning wine list and cuisine. Lespinasse was one of six Manhattan restaurants with a four-star rating from The New York Times. A statement from the owners said the current economic and world political climate made staying open unprofitable. The restaurant will close April 19. Guenter H. Richter, managing director of the St. Regis, said, "We carried...
  • National Citizen Strike for Peace, Feb. 28 - The anti-war crowd's plan to bring USA to its knees

    02/21/2003 3:02:39 PM PST · by mountaineer · 27 replies · 243+ views
    All US citizens who oppose a war against Iraq are called to walk in the footsteps of Gandhi and Martin Luther King by joining a national strike for peace on Friday, February 28th. In the tradition of nonviolent direct action, those who seek peace will on that day refuse to collaborate with our government's plan to launch a war for oil against a country that is already devastated by twelve years of US-led bombing and sanctions, a country in which at least a million innocent civilians have died at our hands, and a country that has no way to defend...
  • Freep ANSWER/WWP at Park Street

    02/11/2003 7:54:42 AM PST · by Little Bill · 20 replies · 143+ views
    Self | Self
    On 2/13/2003; our commie pals are having a rally in support of the enslavement of the Iraqi people at Park Street Station, Boston, Mass.</> If you work in Boston and take the T, bring a flag, Old Glory or Israeli, big or small, nnd piss off ANSWER/WWP, five minutes for FReedom.