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Posted 9/15/2017 6:19 AM


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Sure take down a Robert E. Lee statue that has stood 80 yrs in a Dallas Park named what else Lee Park. And replace it with what ? No matter good bad or indifferent history is history. Hopefully the statue can make its way to an appropriate home, say the Smithsonian in DC. Schoolchildren can pass through and get a taste of the past , who Lee was, how Lincoln offered him the reins of the Army of the Potomac when hostilities began.

One thing I wish citizens of this country could learn is stop littering. Throw your damm fast food garbage and plastc water bottles in a trash recepticle and not a damm park or an intersection for goodness sakes, have some respect for the environment you live in.

And last up on this segment seems London Terror Poleece, no not the Bobby types who are armed with whistles but anti Terror sqauds are investigating a bomb that went off in a London subway. Seems the uneducated unemployed unwanted from parts far and wide migrating to a London neighborhood near you are at it again. And here in the States people like Chuck Schumer Nancy Lugosi and Chrissy Matthews are of the mind set of tear down that wall or statue Mr. Trump, let one come let all come to a theater park or former statue corner or subway near you.

By the way Boris Johnson some politician on the tax payers dime in Great Britain had advice for Londoners. " Stay Calm " . Lovely.


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Posted 9/16/2017 7:38 AM


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Sylvester wrote: "Sure take down a Robert E. Lee statue that has stood 80 yrs in a Dallas Park named what else Lee Park."

The modern politically-progressive left NEEDS to take down all statues of Confederate leaders, Sylvester, before they can turn their attention to attacking Washington's & Jefferson's memorials, and any of those other American historical figures who may have at one time owned slaves. THIS is exactly why the modern Democratic Party has gotten so much weaker in recent years, and why the American heartland has increasingly turned to Donald Trump & to the Republican Party.

For better or worse, people associate modern Democrats with groups like Antifa, the pro-transgendered agenda, the anti-law-enforcement #BLM protesters, Islamic Sharia Law, socialist economics, & "Fake News" media reporting. I found this article by Ned Ryun today on the FOX Opinion web-site:

Antifa is a domestic terrorist organization that must be denounced by Democrats

While the violent misfits of Antifa proudly call themselves anti-fascists – and liken their attacks on anyone they oppose to the heroic fight by resistance forces that battled the Nazis in World War II – in reality Antifa is a domestic terrorist organization.

This is why President Trump renewed his criticism Thursday of the far-left extremists for their role in the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. And this is why Democrats and every American who believes in the freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution and opposes violence in pursuit of political goals should oppose Antifa as well.

I think, especially in light of the advent of Antifa, if you look at what’s going on there, you have some pretty bad dudes on the other side also, and essentially that’s what I said,” the president told reporters Thursday. He is right.

It’s not just conservatives who are applying the terrorist label to Antifa. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is reported to have formally classified Antifa activities as “domestic terrorist violence.”  The FBI has also blamed Antifa for violent attacks at public rallies and against groups that Antifa labels as fascist.

Antifa will retreat when resisted. Like the bullies they are, Antifa thugs backed down  when confronted by police Thursday night and did not carry out threats to disrupt a speech by conservative writer Ben Shapiro at the University of California at Berkeley.

But security measures cost taxpayers $600,000 to protect Shapiro’s right to free speech at the university that gave birth to the Free Speech Movement in the 1960s.

Antifa terrorists use organized and systemic violence to attack not just those they disagree with, but also anyone nearby. By design, Antifa is loosely organized. Each group operates mostly independent of the others, with variations on beliefs, tactics, and goals. Yet all are grounded in some form of anarchist, Maoist or Marxist beliefs. And all follow the standard operating procedure used by terrorists -- Antifa members operate on a cell structure.

This structure makes it hard to pin down Antifa leaders or organizing principles, but we know it gives them greater power to bash skulls, silence their enemies and walk away unscathed.  And they are enabled and empowered by their allies on the left – most of them inside the Democratic Party and the mainstream media.

Now let’s be clear. When I say Antifa, I’m talking about the organized thugs who go into the streets geared up to assault people and destroy property. These people are organizing to take violent action against any opposition.

To these extremists, opposition can simply be taking pictures of the wrong person. In Richmond, Antifa assaulted a reporter from a local TV station, bludgeoning him in the back of the head, creating a wound that had to be stapled closed. The militants then engaged in victim blaming, suggesting they had a right to split his skull open like an egg. As CNN’s Jake Tapper has pointed out, a number of journalists have been assaulted by Antifa across the country.

At this point Antifa is doing more than waging random violence against anybody who happens to be in the way. A report from the Center for Investigative Reporting’s Reveal News shows that Antifa is targeting specific individuals for violence. Antifa is also creating and distributing “Know Your Nazi” flyers complete with names, faces, and descriptions of their targets.

One Antifa terrorist named Dominic said: “The people on our list are targets, so they got injured.” But a large portion of those on the Antifa’s hit list aren’t neo-Nazis or white nationalists of any sort. In fact, not even close. Matt Labash’s must-read report followed Antifa target Joey Gibson, who Labash described by writing:

As white supremacists go, Joey Gibson makes for a lousy one. For starters, he’s half Japanese. ‘I don’t feel like I’m Caucasian at all,’ he says. Not to be a stickler for the rules, but this kind of talk could get you sent to Master Race remedial school.”

Unfortunately for Gibson, the Antifa terrorists don’t see him that way. He was highlighted prominently on the hit lists and as this video shows, Gibson was immediately beaten as soon as Antifa spotted him. The terrorist Dominic said of Gibson after the beating: “What does he deserve? He deserves potentially stitches or broken bones ... . He wasn’t gonna get killed that day, we were strategic.”

How long until Dominic or one of his twisted comrades decides enough is enough and starts hunting Republicans like we saw on a baseball field in Alexandria? Because violence begets violence, and unless it is thwarted, it will only escalate with terrible results.

Like an out-of-control wildfire – mindless with no real goal save violence for violence’s sake – Antifa burns all it comes in contact with.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi condemned Antifa in late August, saying: “The violent actions of people calling themselves Antifa in Berkeley this weekend deserve unequivocal condemnation."

But in many ways, Pelosi was compelled to say something and has said nothing since. And then you will note the staggering silence of the Democratic Party in the face of continued Antifa violence.

Antifa terrorists only have room to operate when they can blend into crowds of people who just want to voice their disagreement with the Trump administration. If these violent goons have no place in those crowds, if they are intellectually abandoned and physically thrown out of polite society, then they will be marginalized.

The right of free assembly and free speech to express concerns about President Trump and any other elected official must be preserved and is protected by our Constitution. But there is no right to violent protest. The peaceful anti-Trump protestors should reject Antifa. And if they don’t, then their motives are suspect. They must ostracize Antifa immediately.

Liberals must also cool their enabling rhetoric because rhetoric has one aim: to stir emotions and drive hands and feet into action. It's one thing to oppose the policies you disagree with, but the left has been consumed by an election denial, clinging to anything that might suggest President Trump and his supporters are illegitimate or didn't win fairly last November.

Last year I and others cast the white nationalist and alt-right elements out of CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference. It's time for the left to excise its own radical demons before the fire rages out of control. Antifa members are simply political arsonists. They're nihilistic, acting as though they are protesting the coming of Fourth Reich, but they are acting just like those they claim they oppose.

Antifa members aren't looking to light torches to shed light on abuses of power and communities in need of financial support. They aren't your normal Democratic voters. They are methodologically stacking tinder and gasoline in the attic to burn down the American house.

Reasonable  Democrats, and members of the mainstream media, if there are any left, should not hand them the matches to start that fire.


- After the American Civil War, the Democrats had to contend with the Ku Kux Klan in their midst - today's it's a new hate group - how long before they respond this time?
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Posted 9/18/2017 10:23 PM


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And the left wing noodle factory was at it again during the Emmy Awards or as it's better known the 6th annual Julia Louise Dreyfuss spectacle. Lowest rated Emmy award show ever with not funny Stephen Colbert Alec Baldwin and company bashing the POTUS . America said oh no not another political spectacle turning entertainment into a Bill Buckley telethon yikes !

Pass the clicker the noodles nervous breakdown continues.
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Posted 9/19/2017 1:46 PM


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Quote: And the left wing noodle factory was at it again during the Emmy Awards or as it's better known the 6th annual Julia Louise Dreyfuss spectacle. Lowest rated Emmy award show ever with not funny Stephen...

Politics and entertainment do not mix. Any more than politics and sports. It serves them right that this was the lowest rated Emmy telecast ever. A shame because with the advent of so many networks and platforms that broadcast television series, along with a significant talent pool of performers/writers/producers the potential is there for a greater viewership level than perhaps ever before.

But with the constant bashing of the POTUS and continued political diatribes on the part of the Colberts, Baldwins, Glovers, Dreyfuses, etc., a pretty significant part of the audience has become forever alienated from having anything to do with Hollywood and the content it provides. Apparently, these celebs have learned nothing from the 2016 presidential election when their gal Hillary was defeated. They are still bitter and angry. Meanwhile, the level of separation between the Hollywood elites and public continues to grow.

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Posted 9/26/2017 11:05 AM


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40 shootings over the weekend in Chicago, and no not by the poleece. I can't hear you Roger Goodfella BLM LWNJ or the NFL ?

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Posted 9/30/2017 2:47 PM


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LWF needs to read this. From AP by Thomas Beaumont.

DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa Democrats are looking for the prescription that will help them emerge from their withered condition, after dominating just a decade ago.

After sending progressive Tom Harkin to the Senate for 30 years and twice delivering the state for Barack Obama, Democrats are powerless in the House, Senate and statehouse, and remain stunned by President Donald Trump's solid Iowa victory last year.

While it's a familiar scenario across the upper Midwest, the pressure on Iowa Democrats to recoup the working-class voters who marched with Trump is more intense: They're charged with setting the tone in a little more than two years for the party's presidential nomination.

Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan has ideas for Iowa, his own state and elsewhere. He is among three rising House Democrats — including Illinois' Cheri Bustos and Seth Moulton of Massachusetts — in Des Moines on Saturday for a Democratic fundraiser, capping a summer of early activity in the presidential proving ground by more than 10 would-be White House prospects.

"I think it starts with letting these working-class people know that we see them, we hear them and we know what they are going through, and we have a plan," Ryan, from blue-collar Warren, Ohio, told The Associated Press on Saturday.

Just as Iowa Democrats are starting from scratch, the little-known Democrats surveying Iowa are a sign the national party, too, is starting at square one in its search for its next standard-bearer after consecutive, star-studded presidential campaigns.

It wasn't long ago Iowa Democrats were sitting at a 40-year high.

Just seven years ago, Democrats controlled both state legislative chambers and had occupied the governor's office for 12 years. The party held three of five House seats, while Harkin was Obama's right hand in the push for the health care law.

But economic blowback from a national financial collapse, a poorly handled state budget crisis and the widespread revolt by grassroots conservatives against the Affordable Care Act created an angry backlash in 2010 against Democrats, especially in Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio.

That year former Republican Gov. Terry Branstad was swept back into office. Four years later, Harkin retired and voters handed his seat to little-known, rural Republican state Sen. Joni Ernst, snubbing four-term Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley in one of the year's biggest upsets.

Iowa was also undergoing a rapid, politically consequential demographic shift. Iowa ranks in the top 10 of states with the highest population of whites and in the top 15 of those 65 years and older. According to U.S. Census data, both groups — two pillars of Trump's win statewide and nationally — increased simultaneously after 2010 and became a bigger percentage of Iowa's electorate.

"We've lost touch with certain voters," state party chairman Troy Price said. "We talk about issues, but not the values behind the issues. We haven't done the best job communicating with the people we fight so hard for. It's why we are where we are."

Especially stark has been the decline of rural Democrats. Last month, small-town state Rep. Todd Pritchard, an Iraq War veteran and former county prosecutor, left the crowded Democratic field for governor, dominated by Des Moines Democrats. The last rural Democrat to hold statewide office was Gov. Tom Vilsack, elected in 1998.

"That's been kind of a sea change," said Doug Gross, a moderate Des Moines Republican and former nominee for governor. "It's difficult to go into the rural areas of Iowa and find anyone who will admit to being a Democrat."

But time in the wilderness is stirring the Democratic base. No fewer than seven Democrats have announced they are running for governor.

"Those are the things motivating people now that have never been active before," Democratic state Rep. Kirsten Running Marquardt said. "That's sort of the bright spot."

 

 

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Meanwhile, kudos to Judge Jeanine Pirro for calling out Michelle Obama for continuing the lib dems practice of engaging in identity politics.

Judge Jeanine Calls Out Michelle Obama for 'Condescending' Remarks About Pro-Trump Women

Courtesy of FOXNews.com

Judge Jeanine Pirro had some strong words for Michelle Obama after the former first lady said women who voted for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election went against their "own voice."

"What does it mean for us as women that we look at those two candidates, as women, and many of us said, 'That guy, he's better for me, his voice is more true to me,'" Obama said at the Inbound conference in Boston on Wednesday. "Well, to me that just says you don't like your voice. You like the thing you're told to like."

On "Fox & Friends", Judge Jeanine slammed Obama for her "condescension."

"To suggest that women are so simple that they vote based on their reproductive organs only - or Madeline Albright saying that there's a 'special place in hell' for women who don't vote for other women - is just so simplistic it throws us back to the Dark Ages," Judge Jeanine said.

She said women voted for Trump because he was strong on the economy and terrorism, and because many of them thought Clinton was "arrogant" and a "crook."

She also pointed out that former President Barack Obama ran against Clinton in 2008.

"So I guess then Michelle Obama didn't know her own voice when she voted for her husband against a woman?" Judge Jeanine said.
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In her newest Final Thoughts commentary, Tomi Lahren reacts to the Las Vegas massacre...

Las Vegas, I have no words to describe how heartbroken I am. Las Vegas was my college town, it was my home for four years. My heart breaks for you, for the city, for what you’re going through.

The deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history with the death toll rising by the hour. It’s times like these and tragedies like this that put it all in perspective. Those innocent people at that concert weren’t Democrats or Republicans, they were Americans. It’s sick and sad some can’t see it that way. Like the now former CBS vice president and senior counsel who took to Facebook to say quote: I’m actually not even sympathetic because country music fans often are Republican gun toters."

Listen here Hayley Geftman-Gold, it’s those Republican gun-toters who would risk their lives to protect you in any active shooter situation and it’s very sad you’re too ignorant and hateful to see it that way. You make me sick but you’re not the only one.

Last year’s failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wasted zero time before she made this tragedy into an anti-gun political talking point. First of all Hillary, you have no idea what you’re talking about. Second, how dare you. You’re going to blame this senseless shooting on the NRA and law-abiding gun owners, really? For what? To advance your own agenda and political aspirations? Do some soul-searching and learn about firearms before you open your mouth.

The notion that a crazed, heartless monster willing and excited to slaughter thousands of innocent concert-goers from the 32nd floor of a hotel would somehow be stopped by more gun control is liberal logic at its most tone deaf.

And need I remind you, when shots rang out it wasn't the kneelers, it wasn't protesters, it wasn't Hollywood liberals who ran into danger to serve and protect, it was our police officers who held the line as they always do. When chaos and violence erupt, police officers and first responders don’t care what color you are, who you voted for, or even how you feel about them. They are the first ones in, the last ones out and sadly, some never return home to their loved ones. Amidst all the speculation, all the motive-seeking, all the politics, one thing is certain, our police officers and first responders are heroes among us and Las Vegas is blessed with some of the finest.

Las Vegas, we are with you. From L.A., God bless and take care.

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Quote: LWF needs to read this. From AP by Thomas Beaumont. DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa Democrats are looking for the prescription that will help them emerge from their withered condition, after dominating just...

Good article on Iowa Skyhawk , I noticed rising dim " star " Tim Ryan's strategy to the middle class is " we hear " you ...And ? I am sick to death of dimocrats who say " we hear you " and proceed to tax and spend tax and spend. Last I checked Trump at least is trying to repeal a train wreck of Unaffordable healthcare passed by the Octoeneraian dimocrat Congress and he is also trying to get some tax simplification and border enforcement. You know reversing the 8 yrs Ohammer created.

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All the signs are there of Paddock being a late blooming radicalized liberal who went rogue and embraced the ideals of Islam. Did you catch that bit during the sheriff of Clark county's press conference last evening?
Of course it has not been mentioned in the media

But the liberals are doing their usual "just blame the guns" mantra. This attack was aimed at perceived Trump supporters and no one else. Only liberals and progressives are capable of this kind of intense hatred we see every day as they and their fellow travelers in the media continue to demonize Trump, his family, and anyone who voted for him.

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