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NEWS AND VIEWS THAT IMPACT LIMITED CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT

"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

IDIOT - Jeff Flake Compares Trump to Stalin



Arizona Republicans Should Hang
Their Heads in Shame

  • What passes for "news" in the controlled Corporate Media Machine is little more than marching orders handed out by the Politburo of the Democrat National Committee.
  • It is fascinating to watch assholes like Flake rip into Trump for daring to tell the truth about the corrupt Corporate "News".


Pre-released segments of an upcoming speech by Republican Senator Jeff Flake, in which the frequent Trump critic compares the US President's words to those of communist leader Joseph Stalin, have gone viral on social media.
The quotes were shared by the Washington Post and spread like wildfire on Twitter.
“‘The enemy of the people,’ was what the president of the United States called the free press in 2017,” the statement said.
“Mr President, it is a testament to the condition of our democracy that our own president uses words infamously spoken by Joseph Stalin to describe his enemies. It bears noting that so fraught with malice was the phrase ‘enemy of the people,’ that even Nikita Khrushchev forbade its use, telling the Soviet Communist Party that the phrase had been introduced by Stalin for the purpose of ‘annihilating such individuals’ who disagreed with the supreme leader,” it said later.
Senator Flake is due to make the comments in a speech on the Senate floor on Wednesday. On the same day, Trump will be handing out “Fake News Awards” to news outlets he thinks are covering him unfairly.
“Well he borrowed that phrase. It was popularized by Joseph Stalin, used by Mao as well, ‘enemy of the people,’” Senator Flake told MSNBC on Sunday. “It should be noted that Nikita Khrushchev, who followed Stalin, forbade its use saying that it was too loaded. That it maligned a whole group or class of people, and it shouldn’t be done.”
“I don’t think we should be using a phrase that had been rejected as too loaded by a Soviet dictator.”
On February 17, 2017, Trump tweeted his belief that the US news media “is the enemy of the American people,” and has often referred to the media as an “opposition party” to his administration. He has blamed news organizations for stymieing his agenda.
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Liberal California the poverty capital of America?




(Los Angeles Times)  -  Guess which state has the highest poverty rate in the country? Not Mississippi, New Mexico, or West Virginia, but California, where nearly one out of five residents is poor. That’s according to the Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure, which factors in the cost of housing, food, utilities and clothing, and which includes noncash government assistance as a form of income.

Given robust job growth and the prosperity generated by several industries, it’s worth asking why California has fallen behind, especially when the state’s per-capita GDP increased approximately twice as much as the U.S. average over the five years ending in 2016 (12.5%, compared with 6.27%).

It’s not as though California policymakers have neglected to wage war on poverty. Sacramento and local governments have spent massive amounts in the cause. Several state and municipal benefit programs overlap with one another; in some cases, individuals with incomes 200% above the poverty line receive benefits. California state and local governments spent nearly $958 billion from 1992 through 2015 on public welfare programs, including cash-assistance payments, vendor payments and “other public welfare,” according to the Census Bureau. 


California, with 12% of the American population, is home today to about one in three of the nation’s welfare recipients.

The generous spending, then, has not only failed to decrease poverty; it actually seems to have made it worse.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, some states — principally Wisconsin, Michigan, and Virginia — initiated welfare reform, as did the federal government under President Clinton and a Republican Congress. Tied together by a common thread of strong work requirements, these overhauls were a big success: Welfare rolls plummeted and millions of former aid recipients entered the labor force.

The state and local bureaucracies that implement California’s antipoverty programs, however, resisted pro-work reforms. In fact, California recipients of state aid receive a disproportionately large share of it in no-strings-attached cash disbursements. It’s as though welfare reform passed California by, leaving a dependency trap in place. Immigrants are falling into it: 55% of immigrant families in the state get some kind of means-tested benefits, compared with just 30% of natives.

To keep growing its budget, and hence its power, a welfare bureaucracy has an incentive to expand its “customer” base. With 883,000 full-time-equivalent state and local employees in 2014, California has an enormous bureaucracy. Many work in social services, and many would lose their jobs if the typical welfare client were to move off the welfare rolls.

Further contributing to the poverty problem is California’s housing crisis. More than four in 10 households spent more than 30% of their income on housing in 2015. A shortage of available units has driven prices ever higher, far above income increases. And that shortage is a direct outgrowth of misguided policies.

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Middle America is a "Sh*thole" says tech founder



What Silicon Valley Thinks of You


(Daily Caller)  -  One Silicon Valley executive had a few choice words to describe Americans living in the heart of the nation, and they were not flattering.

Melinda Byerley, MBA and founder of Timeshare CMO, a Silicon Valley-based tech start-up, tweeted out Saturday afternoon describing what middle America could do to “get more jobs in their area.”

Byerley says that the first thing those in middle America need to realize is that “no educated person wants to live in a shithole with stupid people.” Particularly, in a “shithole” filled with people who are “violent, racist, and/or misogynistic.” In Byerley’s opinion, “big corporations,” do not consider moving to the heart of America because “those towns have nothing going for them.”

The towns have “no infrastructure, just a few bars and a terrible school system.”

The MBA claims that “we,” the educated people, like herself, “would like to live a more rural lifestyle,” but they “won’t sacrifice tolerance or diversity to do so.” Especially, these folks do not want to live in “states where the majority of residents are voting for things against their own interests,” solely, because these voters “don’t want brown people to thrive.”

She declares that if middle American towns can begin fixing their schools, and, essentially, “clean up their act,” then people like Byerley will “want to live there.” She even says that the fixing these problems would bring the “best and brightest” of our youth who “would rather scrape by in SF than live in a huge house somewhere if it meant dealing with with bigots and backwards ideologies every day,” to middle America.


Monday, January 15, 2018

Cornell student says Fox appearance led to threats on her life


Neetu Chandak

Leftist Terrorism


(New York Post)  -  Last year Cornell University undergraduate Neetu Chandak appeared on “Fox and Friends” to share her objection to a course description that seemed overly critical of President Donald Trump while glorifying former President Barack Obama.
Now, in an essay in The College Fix, Chandak says her remarks on Fox expressing concerns about liberal bias at the college and the explicit agenda of the course led to threats on her life and such constant harassment that she sought therapy and was afraid to leave her apartment.
“It is difficult to express conservative views as a college student without being called names, attacked personally, or even threatened by peers,” Chandak said in the essay.
“I had done the interview, not to show support or disagreement with any particular person, but to show the ridiculousness in comparing eight years of Obama’s presidency to the first 100 days of Trump’s term,” she said. “While I expected disagreement from many Cornellians for my views, I was mentally and emotionally unprepared for the backlash, name calling, and threats to my physical safety.”

The name of the course is “America Confronts the World,” and the course description linked “xenophobic nationalism” to Trump and “pragmatic cosmopolitanism” to Obama, setting a tone that she believed students would be expected to echo.
Chandak, who won Miss Upstate New York’s Outstanding Teen in 2013, and was crowned Miss Seneca Falls in 2016, now is a senior.
She said she was made to feel afraid even to go to class, and she considered taking online courses.
“Considering that Cornell University’s College Republicans president was physically assaulted right after Trump was elected — shoved to the ground and called a ‘racist bitch’ — threats around here are no joke,” she said.
A campus newspaper, the Cornell Sun, even did a story about her appearance, and quoted college Republicans saying that while the wording of the course description seemed skewed toward Obama and liberalism, they believed the professor would have welcomed other viewpoints.
Chandak is skeptical.
“From my situation, many found it acceptable to be hateful toward me because they perceived me as hateful,” she said. “What hypocrisy.”
Chandak bemoaned the chilling effect condemnation of conservative views has on college campuses, and said all students are robbed of broader perspectives.
“I am not alone in my struggle,” she said. “Many people holding views similar to mine will likely not express their beliefs in the classroom or on campus out of fear of facing the isolation and threats I faced. This becomes a disadvantage for college students as the entire point is to learn about various ideas.”
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US to build 30,000-strong army inside Syria


Syrian Democratic Forces female fighters hold their weapons during a graduation ceremony in the city of Hasaka, northeastern Syria on 9 August 2017 Rodi Said/Reuters

Another Military-Industrial Complex Project

  • Mixed feelings. We had no business in Syria in the first place, but abandoning our Kurdish allies is not right either. 
  • But what business is it of ours to arm and fund an army inside another nation? This sounds like another of those projects of the Military-Industrial Complex to keep our fingers in everyone's business.


(Agence France-Presse)  -  The US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group said on Sunday it was working to create a 30,000-strong border security force in northern Syria, drawing sharp condemnation from Turkey.

With the offensive against IS winding down, the coalition and its allies in the Syrian Democratic Forces alliance were beginning to shift their focus to border security, coalition spokesman Colonel Ryan Dillon told AFP.

"There is a goal of a final force of approximately 30,000," about half of whom would be retrained SDF fighters, he said.

"There are approximately 230 individuals that are training right now in the border security force. That's an inaugural class," Dillon said.

Backed by the US-led coalition's air strikes, special forces advisers, and weapons, the SDF has ousted IS from swathes of northeastern Syria.

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A fighter from Deir al-Zor military council which fights under the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) holds the council's flag in the village of Abu Fas, Hasaka province, Syria September 9, 2017. REUTERS/Rodi Said


"Grow a Pair of Ovaries and Get the Job Done" says GOP Congresswoman


Retired Air Force Colonel Martha McSally


(CNS News)  -  “I’m a fighter pilot and I talk like one,” Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) declared a day after reports of President Donald Trump referring to certain countries as “sh*tholes” sparked controversy.

In a YouTube video posted Friday advocating “national security, economic security, and border security,” McSally brags she told Republicans to “Grow a pair of ovaries”:
“Like our president, I’m tired of PC politicians and their B.S. excuses. I’m a fighter pilot and I talk like one.”
“I told Washington Republicans to grow a pair of ovaries and get the job done.”
McSally served 26 years in uniform, retired a U.S. Air Force colonel in 2010, as is the first female pilot in U.S. history to fly in combat and the first to command a fighter squadron in combat.

During her military career she fought, and won, a battle against Saudi Arabia’s dictate that she wear a long, black robe over her uniform while stationed in the country:
“I absolutely refused to bow down to Sharia law. After eight years of fighting, I won my battle to fight for the religious freedom of servicewomen.”
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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Sunday Comics










Apple Promises To Fix Glitches In Map Software By Rearranging Earth's Geography

















Clinton looted Haiti like a peg-legged pirate says James Woods



Arrrrr . . . . 


(Gateway Pundit)  -  Former president Bill Clinton lashed out on his Twitter account Saturday refuting reports that claim Clinton Foundation donations paid for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.

Bill Clinton tweeted, “No Clinton Foundation funds—dedicated to Haiti or otherwise—were used to pay for Chelsea’s wedding. It’s not only untrue, it’s a personal insult to me, to Hillary, and to Chelsea and Marc.”

Attached to Bill Clinton’s tweet is a Washington Post ‘fact checker’ titled, “Did The Clinton Foundation Pay For Chelsea’s Wedding?”



James Woods, you are our hero!

In the first of three punishing rounds to Bill Clinton, Woods tweeted, “The balls on this guy! You looted Haiti like a peg-legged pirate. You, your crooked wife, and your cheesy slush fund “foundation” worked in concert to turn it into the shithole it has become.   


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And as usual no one goes to prison








Hawaii - It's the end of the world ad we know it





My Cave is Deep

  • Words of wisdom. A friend of mine once told a prepper he was not worried. "With guns you can get food."
  • Your Editor is sort of ready for the The End. My cave is deep and well stocked with food. Here in the Central California mountains I think I am out of the greater Los Angeles "blast zone" but that is just wishful thinking. 
  • In any real crisis millions of people can easily drive 200 to 300 miles on a single tank of gas. The once "safe" countryside would be rapidly swarmed with millions ravenous and armed hordes that are one meal away from murdering anyone in their path.


(HawaiiNewsNow) - A false ballistic missile threat alert was sent to all cell phones in Hawaii on Saturday morning, sending the state's 1.4 million residents and hundreds of thousands of visitors into a panic for more than 30 minutes until emergency officials confirmed the message was sent in error.




The cause of the false alarm? A state emergency management employee apparently pushed the wrong button.

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Saturday, January 13, 2018

Saturday Sultress - Lindsey Pelas




Lindsey Pelas (born 19 May 1991) is an American model. She has modeled for Playboy and was the Playboy Cybergirl of the Month for May 2014.