Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Sanctuary School Shooting

"This looks exactly like your average left-wing Democrat Party protest march, movement, event, what have you. Because it is."--Rush Limbaugh 

“Mr. Cruz stated he plans to go out and buy a gun. It is unknown what he is buying the gun for.”--Florida’s Department of Children and Families, investigating a violent, depressed, autistic, gun-waving mental patient 

Every level of government failed in Florida. The School Board, the Sheriff's Dept., Child Services, the FBI--they all failed. Any one of them could have prevented this shooting had they taken action. 

None of them wanted to do the paperwork.

The School board didn't use the law.
The Sheriff's Dept. didn't use the law
Child Services didn't use the law.
The FBI didn't use the law.

Nobody used the laws we already have--so let's pass some new laws!

This wasn't a Gun Control failure. It was a Government failure.

These kids are being used--and used by the same people who endangered them in the first place.

Instead of going to Tallahassee and blaming the NRA, the students should be in the principal's office, at the School Board meeting, at the Dept. of Children and Families, at the Sheriff's Office and at the FBI. Every single level of government coddled or ignored this shooter.

But they're not old enough to figure that out. That's why they make great patsies.

The School Board wasn't just neglecting the law--they were actively suppressing arrests and even hiding crimes.

They thought they were ending the "School-to-Prison pipeline"--but they were actually guaranteeing it.

Not to mention the School-to-Cemetery pipeline.

No wonder the School Board paid for the buses to Tallahassee. They wanted to use those kids to blame somebody else for their own deadly failures.
The Army is recognizing Peter Wang, 15, from left, and Alaina Petty and Martin Duque, both 14, with the Medal of Heroism for the danger and extraordinary responsibility they took on during last week's school shooting. (Roger Lee / 21st Century Photography)
They deserved better. So much better.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Washington's Legacy at Stake

Washington and Nemesis
Dr. Spalding: "James Flexner, George Washington's greatest biographer, called him the "indispensable man" of the American Founding. Without Washington, America would never have won our War of Independence. He played the central role in the Constitutional Convention and, as our first President, set the precedents that define what it means to be a constitutional executive: strong and energetic, aware of the limits of authority but guarding the prerogatives of office.

Washington not only rejected offers to make him king, but was one of the first leaders in world history to relinquish power voluntarily. His peaceful transfer of the presidency to John Adams in 1797 inaugurated one of America's greatest democratic traditions.".......

That peaceful transfer of power may have been Washington's greatest accomplishment. Even King George said "If he does that, he will be the greatest man in the world."

And that is exactly what the Obama/Clinton Deep State Coup tried to thwart. And is still trying, through their fraud Mueller and his crack team of Hillary Donors.

Don Surber:

"The Democratic Party, mainstream media, and thousands of political operatives in our federal government have spent the past year-plus sabotaging the peaceful transfer of power.

They seek to undermine our republic by replacing our elective process with a permanent bureaucracy of elitists controlled by Democrats, regardless of whom we elect. This is the government Patrick Henry feared, and James Madison tried to prevent.".......

 "...Cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government, destroying afterwards the very engines which have lifted them to unjust dominion.”  
The people who plotted this coup attempt now want to disarm Americans:

The CIA Coup-Plotter Brennan: "It is imperative that we devote equal energy and effort to addressing the scourge of gun violence in our country. Congress needs to act now to prevent access to semiautomatic weapons that kill innocents."

Sean Davis: "You supported communists, you spied on Congress, you spied on us, and now you want to take away our right to defend ourselves from people like you? No."

That's what is at stake.

"Brothers, I am a Warrior."

Happy Washington's Birthday!

Except You Already Missed It
(From the Archives, 2006)

Because as most of you don't know, Washington was born not on Feb. 22, but on Feb. 11, 1732.

The Old Farmer's Almanac explains:

"During Washington's lifetime, people in Great Britain and America switched from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar (something most of Europe had done in 1582). As a result of this calendar reform, people born before 1752 were told to add 11 days to their birth dates. Those born between January 1 and March 25, as Washington was, also had to add one year to be in sync with the new calendar. By the time Washington became president in 1789, he celebrated his birthday on February 22 and listed his year of birth as 1732."

(Some London merchants also tried to avoid paying taxes for sales on those "missing" days.)

Nor is it actually "President's Day". Matthew Spalding explains:

"Although it was celebrated as early as 1778, and by the early 19th century was second only to the Fourth of July as a patriotic holiday, Congress did not officially recognize Washington's Birthday as a national holiday until 1870. The Monday Holiday Law in 1968--applied to executive branch departments and agencies by Richard Nixon's Executive Order 11582 in 1971--moved the holiday from February 22 to the third Monday in February. Section 6103 of Title 5, United States Code, currently designates that legal federal holiday as "Washington's Birthday." Contrary to popular opinion, no action by Congress or order by any President has changed "Washington's Birthday" to "President's Day.""

"Several times, legislators have introduced legislation to direct all federal government entities to refer to the holiday as George Washington's Birthday. Better yet: the President could issue an executive order that, in one stroke of the pen, would not only enforce the law, but also remind all Americans that this George W - George Washington, that is - still deserves to be "first in the hearts of his countrymen.""

Parahrasing, of course, the eulogy written by John Marshall and delivered by Gen. Henry Lee:

"[...] Moving in his own orbit he imparted heat and light to his most distant satellites; and, combining the physical and moral force of all within his sphere, with irresistible weight he took his course, commiserating folly, disdaining vice, dismaying treason, and invigorating despondency; until the auspicious hour arrived when, united with the intrepid forces of a potent and magnanimous ally, he brought to submission the since conqueror of India; thus finishing his long career of military glory with the luster corresponding to his great name, and in this, his last act of war, affixing the seal of fate to our nation’s birth.

To the horrid din of battle sweet peace succeeded; and our virtuous chief, mindful only of the common good, in a moment of tempting personal aggrandizement hushed the discontents of growing sedition, and surrendering his power into the hands from which he had received it, converted his sword into a plowshare, teaching an admiring world that to be truly great you must be truly good.

Were I to stop here the picture would be incomplete and the task imposed unfinished. Great as was our Washington in war, and as much as did that greatness contribute to produce the American republic, it is not in war alone his pre-eminence stands conspicuous. His various talents, combining all the capacities of a statesman with those of a soldier, fitted him alike to guide the councils and the armies of our nation. Scarcely had he rested from his martial toils, while his invaluable parental advice was still sounding in our ears, when he who had been our shield and our sword was called forth to act a less splendid but more important part.

Possessing a clear and penetrating mind, a strong and sound judgment, calmness and temper for deliberation, with invincible firmness and perseverance in resolutions maturely formed; drawing information from all; acting from himself with incorruptible integrity and unvarying patriotism; his own superiority and the public confidence alike marked him as the man designed by heaven to lead in the great political as well as military events which have distinguished the era of his life. [...]

First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen, he was second to one in the humble and endearing scenes of private life. Pious, just, humane, temperate, and sincere; uniform, dignified, and commanding, his example was as edifying to all around him as were the effects of that example lasting.

To his equals he was condescending; to his inferiors kind; and to the dear object of his affections exemplarily tender. Correct throughout, vice shuddered in his presence and virtue always felt his fostering hand; the purity of his private character gave effulgence to his public virtues."........

Lincoln on Washington:

"Washington is the mightiest name on earth — long since mightiest in the cause of civil liberty; still mightiest in moral reformation. On that name, an eulogy is expected. It cannot be. To add brightness to the sun, or glory to the name of Washington, is alike impossible. Let none attempt it. In solemn awe pronounce the name, and in its naked deathless splendor, leave it shining on.".......
We should be grateful to both Washington and Lincoln. Except today, they would be called FISA-criminals.

Washington's sentries used profiling to capture the British spy Major Andre. When they searched him without a warrant, they found the letters of the totally innocent American Benedict Arnold, thus violating Mr. Arnold's Right to collaborate with the enemy. Not only that, but Washington convened a military tribunal and promptly hanged Maj. Andre by the neck until dead, despite Hamilton's plea for mercy. If only there was an International Criminal Tribunal then, Maj. Andre would still be alive and in opening arguments today.

Likewise, Pres. Lincoln suspended habeas corpus, wiretapped the telegraph lines, opened mail and wisely threw seditious Democrat newspaper editors in jail.

Happy President's Day, Pinch!

His Farewell Address, September 19, 1796: "The basis of our political systems is the right of the people to make and to alter their Constitutions of Government. But the Constitution which at any time exists, 'till changed by an explicit and authentic act of the whole People is sacredly obligatory upon all." 

Bill and Hillary, John and Tony Podesta: They Were All on Putin's Payroll

And Obama Let the Russians Hack the Executive Branch With Impunity

That was because he needed Putin's help with the Iran Deal. Rescuing the Mullahs and showering them with cash and nukes was the very reason Obama ran for president.

It's worth remembering that all the Russian Interference and Collusion that Mueller is "investigating" took place during the Obama Administration.

From 2016, Powerline: Remember When the Russians Hacked the White House’s Computers?

"You probably don’t. We broke the story on Power Line in October 2014, writing about it here, here, here, here, here and here. The White House’s computers were down for weeks because of the intrusion by a “foreign power,” which the administration finally identified as Russia. It wasn’t just the White House, either; it was the entire Executive Office of the President, which comprises a good chunk of the executive branch. Nor was that all: the State Department’s computer system was hacked, too.
While we pounded away at the story, the White House refused to respond to our inquiries. The Washington press corps, which must have known that the White House’s computers were out of action, maintained a discreet silence, declining to write about the Russian hack, even though many D.C. reporters no doubt followed the story on Power Line. Why the coy silence? Because it was October 2014, weeks before the midterm elections, and the story reflected poorly on the Obama administration, which didn’t even discover the intrusion itself. It turned out that American officials were alerted to the Russian hack of the White House and State Department by an unidentified ally (I’m guessing Israel).
Only when the election was safely over did news outlets like CNN report the story (“How the U.S. thinks Russians hacked the White House”). Throughout, the Obama administration minimized the story, claiming that no harm was done and only unclassified material was accessed–an excuse that, as CNN wrote post-election, “belies the seriousness of the intrusion.”
Now, the same news outlets that refused to cover the Russian government’s hacking into White House and State Department computers and email systems try to tell us that an intrusion into Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s and John Podesta’s email accounts by someone–allegedly the same Russian government–is a story of world-historical importance. What a load of bulls–t.".......


Bill giving half-million dollar-speeches at Moscow banks. Hillary raking in millions and millions at the Foundation off the Uranium One Deal. Tony Podesta's unregistered lobbying for SberBank. John Podesta, Putin's business partner in Joule Energy. And Obama, "more flexible after the election"; as James Woods put it, "Obama was pushed around like a hotel vacuum cleaner." Come to think of it though, he didn't have to pushed.

Ya know, I'd be happy to let all this go and put the Worst Presidency in American History all behind us and move on. But, alas, the conspirators have to keep up the same old lies in order to cover up the previous same old lies. So be it.

From Treehouse:
"...Much of the information Mueller published on Friday about the agency’s efforts to influence the election had already been published last October — in an article by a Russian business magazine, RBC."
It's beyond ridicule, isn't it?

On the bright side however, it takes me back to my misspent youth, reading MAD Magazine. Little did we know back then it would one day become the Operating Manual for the Deep State.
Whatever Russia did to subvert our elections pales in comparison
to the crimes committed by the Obama/Clinton Cockroach Coup.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Poll Any Czech! Check Any Pole!: Ledecka Wins!

Message to NBC: Just Like Election Night, Don't Assume!

World Champion Snowboarder Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic is now a World Champion skier as well.

After American Lindsey Vonn fouled out, NBC anointed Austria's Anna Veith the Super-G winner and cut away to men's figure skating--it figures.

That's when 19th-placed Ledecka came in .01 seconds ahead of everyone, on skis borrowed from American Gold Medalist Mikaela Shiffrin, who did not compete.

“I really don’t know what happened. You tell me … I was riding. I really don’t know what happened. It was great!”

Olympic Women's Super-G Medalists
Austrian Anna Veith -Silver, Czech Ester Ledecka -Gold and Liechtensteinian Tina Weirather -Bronze

Congratulations to all our European friends!

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Broward County Needs Another Rule Change: Stat

Another Obama-Based Tragedy From the DOJ's Phony Statistics Desk

In 2013, the Broward County School Board, the Teachers Union, the NAACP, law enforcement, politicians and the Diversity Board entered a Holder/Lynch-style agreement to change the rules about school arrests due to concerns over disparate impact on minorities.

The New York Times did the cheerleading:

"FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Faced with mounting evidence that get-tough policies in schools are leading to arrest records, low academic achievement and high dropout rates that especially affect minority students, cities and school districts around the country are rethinking their approach to minor offenses.
Perhaps nowhere has the shift been more pronounced than in Broward County’s public schools. Two years ago, the school district achieved an ignominious Florida record: More students were arrested on school campuses here than in any other state district, the vast majority for misdemeanors like possessing marijuana or spraying graffiti.
The Florida district, the sixth largest in the nation, was far from an outlier. In the past two decades, schools around the country have seen suspensions, expulsions and arrests for minor nonviolent offenses climb together with the number of police officers stationed at schools. The policy, called zero tolerance, first grew out of the war on drugs in the 1990s and became more aggressive in the wake of school shootings like the one at Columbine High School in Colorado.
But in November, Broward veered in a different direction, joining other large school districts, including Los Angeles, Baltimore, Chicago and Denver, in backing away from the get-tough approach.
Rather than push children out of school, districts like Broward are now doing the opposite: choosing to keep lawbreaking students in school, away from trouble on the streets, and offering them counseling and other assistance aimed at changing behavior.
These alternative efforts are increasingly supported, sometimes even led, by state juvenile justice directors, judges and police officers.
In Broward, which had more than 1,000 arrests in the 2011 school year, the school district entered into a wide-ranging agreement last month with local law enforcement, the juvenile justice department and civil rights groups like the N.A.A.C.P. to overhaul its disciplinary policies and de-emphasize punishment. ...
Pressure to change has come from the Obama administration, too. Beginning in 2009, the Department of Justice and the Department of Education aggressively began to encourage schools to think twice before arresting and pushing children out of school. In some cases, as in Meridian, Miss., the federal government has sued to force change in schools.
“It’s a political movement by civil rights organizations that have targeted school police,” Mr. Trump said. “If you politicize this on either side, it’s not going to help on the front lines.”
Supporters, though, emphasize the flexibility in these new policies and stress that they do not apply to students who commit felonies or pose a danger. ...
In Broward County, the shift has shown immediate results, although it is too early to predict overall success.".......

They removed "threats" from the list of arrestable offenses. Here is the PDF agreement.

Somebody needs to ask this sheriff if his office still supports that rule change. I can understand taking graffiti vandals or pot-smokers off the list--but threats of violence at school should have never been removed. "If you see something, say something" was in effect pre-emptively banned for race-based political correctness.

Had Cruz been arrested for threats or fighting or bringing bullets on campus, he might have been prohibited from buying weapons. Not to mention the two three dozen calls made to local law enforcement for domestic disturbances. An arrest also might have shown up when the FBI went not looking for "nikolas cruz professional school shooter".

In fairness to the FBI, they were pretty busy picking our president for us. That's what happens when the Perma-Blob knows they cannot be fired. They do what they shouldn't while failing to do what they should.

Forget the Left's bogus reading of racial stats--they shouldn't drive fundamental public safety concerns here. It is an article of religious faith with them that all groups misbehave in exact proportion to their numbers--and any disparities are therefore because The Man is biased. It's pure fantasy, but that's their religion.

We need a system so the State of Florida can keep a mentally-ill Nikolas Cruz from getting a gun instead of the system we have: the one where the Deep State decides for us that Donald Trump isn't mentally-fit to obtain the presidency.

But this was a local policy failure, too. Broward County needs to revisit this. Yesterday.
Brandishing a weapon. Suicide attempts live on snapchat. 39 visits from police.
No arrests. Why? 

Bob Mueller's Macedonian Content Farm Subsidies

What a Joke

Where's the indictment for the Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskya? Can't indict her--she was sent to Trump Tower by Lorreta Lynch.

Where's the indictment for "Russian agent" Carter Page, aka "Lifelong Democrat"? Can't indict him--he was sent to Trump Campaign Headquarters by Jim Comey.

But a "Trump campaign official unwittingly assisted"-- in other words, a campaign volunteer gave someone a yard sign. A year of this bullshit for a yard sign.

I think Mueller is trying to exit gracefully before the shit hits the fan and the real election-tamperers are charged. And by "gracefully", I mean without being criminally-charged himself.

You have the Right to Remain Crooked

Friday, February 16, 2018

Of Course They Did

"President Donald Trump, accompanied by First-Lady Melania Trump, traveled to Broward Health North Hospital in Pompano Beach, Florida, to visit some of the shooting victims from Marjory Stoneman High School and thank the doctors, medical staff and first responders. President Trump delivered brief remarks to the traveling press pool while colluding with Dr. Igor Nichiporenko and discussing the hospital’s efforts."

"For this is the original message we heard: We should love each other."
1 John 3:11  Message Bible

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

What About Bill?



...or a striking occurrence of two or more events at one time apparently by mere chance?

Decide for yourself. Like Bill.

Monday, February 12, 2018

And the Gold Medal for Kissing Up to Dictators Goes To...the American Media! Again!

Another World-Class Disgraceful Performance by the Reliables

Like Grandfather, Like Grandkids:
Here, Il-Sung and Stalin discuss Sung's plan to dominate the Olympic Limbo competition
by making North Koreans three inches shorter than South Koreans due to poor diet.
This is celebrated every year on National Tree Bark Day.
Some excerpts from PJM's American Media Can't Stop Gushing About the North Korean 'Charm Offensive' at the Olympics:

"ABC: North Korea's 200-plus cheerleaders steal spotlight at 2018 Winter Olympics with matching outfits, synchronized chants.

CNN: "Kim Jong Un's sister is stealing the show at the Winter Olympics."

NYT: "Without a word, only flashing smiles, Kim Jong-un's sister outflanked Vice President Mike Pence in diplomacy."
Joe Concha: Just a reminder that Kim Jong-un's sister literally heads the Department of Propaganda and Agitation. The Soviets called it Agitprop. The NY Times & other outlets are providing North Korea, with this fawning coverage, more than it could have ever dreamed of. We've lost our minds.
Razor: Last week: Trump wants a military parade like a dictator!

This week: The admirable precision of North Korea's cheerleaders will warm your heart!"
Iowahawk said what I was thinking--or what I wish I was thinking. He does that a lot:

David Burge @iowahawkblog                    
Hitler's It Girl Eva Braun Wows Swells at 1936 Olympics

I don't expect the #FakeNews Media to bash the North Koreans during the Olympics. But do they have to participate in organized cheerleading for the regime as if they were North Korean athletes?

Reuters: "Head held high, Kim's sister returns to North Korea  

Iowahawk: "Whose head was it?"

Reuters continued: "A prim, young woman with a high forehead and hair half swept back quietly gazes at the throngs of people pushing for a glimpse of her, a faint smile on her lips..." Oh, get a room, people.

The News Molesters bash Trump as a proto-dictator every day--but when confronted with the actual thing, they folded quicker than a Two-Dollar Tijuana hooker on roofies.

Without the hooker's quiet dignity.

Or two dollars.

WAPO's Gene WeingartenVerified account @geneweingarten

Sean DavisVerified account @seanmdav                   
"Meanwhile, a columnist with the Democracy Dies In Darkness Post is demanding apologies on behalf of the monsters who run North Korea's slave camps."

You would never know that Kim Yo-jong is Director of the Propaganda and Agitation Department of the Workers' Party of Korea. If we had a real press corps, they could at least mention how her Mob Family-With-a-Flag eats well while the country's workers are half-starved--the lucky ones, anyway.

"Dirt: It's What's For Dinner!"

In Soviet Russia, when someone said "I read it in the papers.", it meant it was a lie.

Now we know how they felt.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

GOPe Seizes Budget Defeat From the Jaws of Victory: They've Gotten Used to Losing--and They Like It!

What the Hell Happened to Paul Ryan?

"Public servants say, always with the best of intentions, "What greater service we could render if only we had a little more money and a little more power." But the truth is that outside of its legitimate function, government does nothing as well or as economically as the private sector." --Ronald Reagan, October 27, 1964

"I always feel sorry for a political party when it's their turn to pretend to be deficit hawks."--IowaHawk
Ryan used to be a budget hawk, according to the legend. I guess he was budget hawk just like John McCain was "leading the fight to Repeal and Replace ObamaCare!". John Boehner could have done better than this!

Washington Times:

"Rep. Jim Jordan says the swamp struck back with the passage of a massive budget deal that increases government spending by $300 billion.

“I’m saying the swamp won and the American taxpayer lost,” Mr. Jordan, co-founder of the House Freedom Caucus, said on “Fox News Sunday.”

The Ohio Republican said fiscal conservatives were poised to reduce government spending this time around, but Republican leadership caved despite having majorities in each house of Congress.

He said Washington did what it always does: “spend more on everything,” “grow government” and “give in to the Democrats,” instead of fighting for “what the people elected us to do.’”".......

It's not just the money--it's the freedom. When government grows, freedom shrinks.

Rick Moran:
"Conservatives in Congress and in the hinterlands are bitterly complaining about the massive insult to fiscal sanity the budget deal passed on Thursday morning represents.
Even worse, some Republicans are offended by the pushback. Their target is Senator Rand Paul who, almost alone, tried to stand in the way of the budget deal in the Senate.
GOP political analyst Susan Del Percio said on MSNBC that it was the day "the tea party died."
What remains of the tea party is, to my mind, the best part. The desire of ordinary people to govern themselves, to take personal responsibility for their own lives, and to try to do something about the denigration and increasing irrelevance of the Constitution.
If that spirit ever dies, America dies.".......

It's way past time to primary these Big Government RINOs and replace Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell with real conservative leaders. They had their chance to present the president with a reasonably conservative budget--and they blew it. Big Time.
“You can’t be for big government, big taxes, and big bureaucracy and still be for the little guy.”

Due Process Crimes

Even People That CNN Dislike Have Rights

Undo the Undue!
Andrew Klavan nails it: "The resignation of White House staff secretary Rob Porter is a big scandal because Democrats and their news media are pumping it up to distract the public from the truly enormous scandal of the Obama administration's apparent illegal spying on the Trump campaign...If the charges are true, it is certainly a scandal, but a minor one. Unlike the Obama administration's widespread corruption, it does not make the people more or less free. ...

I found myself flicking back and forth between conservative Fox News and leftist CNN for an hour or so. Fox covered the budget negotiations. CNN covered Rob Porter. Fox covered the Obama spying scandal. CNN covered Rob Porter. Fox covered Rob Porter. CNN covered Rob Porter. Fox covered the war in Syria. CNN covered Rob Porter. And on and on. On CNN, it was Rob Porter all night long.".......

The bilge rats know that the Good Ship 'Barry's Legacy' is sinking and they're flailing. It's all they've got.

They're bashing the president for (among a thousand other sins) asking whatever happened to Due Process.
"'Due Process'? I got a Process 'Doo!"
They're treating Due Process as if it were merely some shady legal trick used by Mafia bosses instead of a foundational pillar of our legal system. And law aside, we've seen the abandonment of "due process" in science to achieve political results and the abdication of standards in journalism to achieve political outcomes. Similarly with One-Man Treaties and One-Man legislation.

Not to mention the outrageously corrupt and criminal abandonment of all proper government protocols and processes to achieve the wiretapping and framing of Donald Trump.

No wonder he supports Due Process. You would too.

Give the man his Due, too!