Monthly Archives: April 2015

April 30, 2015

Don’t be a thug: My 8 rules for success by Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent counters ‘our embarrassing president’s’ social-justice rhetoric.

Social justice? Level playing field? Equal opportunity? Income inequality? Everyone should play by the same rules?

Cue the cheeky cherubs breaking through the pillowy clouds blowing sweet trumpet music in the heavenly skies.

Our embarrassing president and all the cult-of-denial goons that chant the above nonsense have clearly lost all sense of reason, logic, common sense and honesty, not to mention a basic grasp of human history.

Here’s how it works, Mr. President and all you fundamental-transformation, social-engineering America haters.

There is no social justice, and there will never be any social justice. All one has to do is honestly look at every society that has ever tried this fantasy-driven commie manipulation and criminal propaganda scam to see the human tragedy that occurs in every instance. Cuba and Russia are festering examples of power down “social justice” where incentive and work ethic have been destroyed while the bloodsuckers stand in line for their monthly bread rations.

No thank you.

And the concept of a level playing field and equal opportunity has to be the ugliest scam on Obama’s master list of brainwashing scams.

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Pat Buchanan: Baltimore needs ‘decisive force’

Legendary commentator blasts those who excuse violence.

The mainstream media are filled with quotes from officials and others offering excuses for lawlessness and violence in the city of Baltimore. But conservative activist, television pundit and former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan has a simple response.

No excuses.

In an exclusive interview with WND, the author of numerous bestsellers including “The Death of the West” and “Suicide of a Superpower” took aim at journalists trying to explain away the savagery.

“The arson, looting, vandalism and violence that have ravaged Baltimore should have been met days ago with superior and decisive force. There is no justification, no rationale, no excuse for what has been going on in the streets of Baltimore. None,” he said.

In contrast to Buchanan’s views, Salon published an article headline “Baltimore’s violent protesters are right: Smashing police cars is a legitimate political strategy.” The website also promoted the article with a Tweet endorsing the destruction of private property, featuring a burning police car.

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Democracy group says global press freedom down in 2014, its lowest point in more than a decade

“Governments used security or anti-terrorism laws as a pretext to silence critical voices,” said the report’s project manager, Jennifer Dunham. “Militant groups and criminal gangs used increasingly brazen tactics to intimidate journalists, and media owners attempted to manipulate news content to serve their political or business interests.”

Journalists in many parts of the world face deteriorating reporting conditions, with a democracy watchdog group noting a sharp decline in global press freedom in 2014.

In its annual report released Wednesday, the group Freedom House says global press freedom declined last year to its lowest point in more than 10 years. Only one in seven people live in countries where coverage of political news is strong, journalists’ safety is guaranteed and state meddling in media affairs is minor, Freedom House said.

The worst offenders on the Freedom House list were: Belarus, Crimea, Cuba, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Syria, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

Ranked best: Norway, Sweden and Belgium. The United States was ranked 34th on the list of 199 countries and territories assessed.

Freedom House says one main factor driving the decline was newly passed restrictive laws against the media. The report cited laws in Russia and Mexico that place new controls on blogs. Physical violence and intimidation of journalists continued to be a problem, especially in places such as Syria and Nigeria.

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Black power in Baltimore: When African American leaders confront racial unrest

Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, a rising figure in the Democratic Party, was initially derided for her response to rising tensions leading up to Gray’s funeral over the weekend, when she said Sunday that officials “gave those who wished to destroy space to do that.”

The mayor is black. The council is almost two-thirds black. The school superintendent is black. The police chief is black, and a majority of his officers are black.

Race riots inevitably end in contention over what social woes led to the trigger point, with one overarching element: a white power structure ruling a black populace.

Baltimore left behind that vestige of segregation long ago, yet the city nonetheless has been perched on the edge of chaos for much of this week, as African American protesters took to the streets to express grievances over police abuse and urban neglect.

“We ain’t talking about color,” said John Baptist Watkins III, 53, sitting on the steps of a boarded-up brick row house on North Avenue, as men nearby peddled drugs — one of the few ways to earn money in this part of town.

Even the city’s African American elected officials, Watkins said, “have no clue what is going on in the city.”

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Mark Levin EXPOSES the ‘DIRTY TWELVE’ Republican Senators who attacked the RULE OF LAW (Video)

Yesterday twelve Republican Senators voted against an amendment that would treat Obama’s agreement with Iran as a treaty. Levin says this was an attack on the rule of law and names them in this short clip below:

The clip is short and you should listen to what Levin has to say about it. But if you want a quick and dirty list of names, here they are:

Alexander (R-TN)
Ayotte (R-NH)
Capito (R-WV)
Coats (R-IN)
Cochran (R-MS)
Corker (R-TN)
Ernst (R-IA)
Flake (R-AZ)
Hatch (R-UT)
Isakson (R-GA)
McCain (R-AZ)
Perdue (R-GA)

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April 29, 2015

Complete Classic Movie: Retreat, Hell! (1952)

Stars: Frank Lovejoy, Richard Carlson, Anita Louise. During the Korean War, a U.S. Marine battalion must fight its way out of a frozen mountain pass despite diminishing supplies, freezing temperatures and constant attacks by overwhelming numbers of Chinese soldiers.

The Kingston Trio – Tom Dooley

“The man that hath no music in himself, Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils.” William Shakespeare

Earthquake – Trailer

“The magic is as wide as a smile and as narrow as a wink, loud as laughter and quiet as a tear, tall as a tale and deep as emotion. So strong, it can lift the spirit. So gentle, it can touch the heart. It is the magic that begins the happily ever after.” – Unknown

Video: D’Souza Discusses Clinton Foundation Taxes With Dana On TheBlaze

Dinesh explains, “Article I of the U.S. Constitution says rather clearly that U.S. officials cannot take money from foreign governments without the approval of Congress. And we’re not just talking about any government official in this case—we’re talking about the Secretary of State.”

Dinesh joined Dana on TheBlaze TV on Monday to discuss the Clinton Foundation’s admitted mistakes on their tax returns. Dinesh suggests that the supposed mistakes are, in fact, intentional ways to cover up illegal foreign donations.

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In the video, Dana points out that Dinesh has been punished by the Obama administration for a much smaller financial error than Hillary, Harry Reid, and others continue to perpetrate.

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‘Britain’s first mayor’ sacked for banana republic corruption…

“Ruthless and dishonest” was the judge’s verdict as he sacked Tower Hamlets’ mayor last week. Referred to by the mainstream media as ‘Britain’s first mayor’, Luftur Rahman operated a system of massive election fraud, securing votes through ‘bribery, treating and undue influence’.

Police are facing criticism for failing to investigate allegations of widespread election fraud as the judge who sacked Britain’s first Muslim mayor warned of “postal voting factories” and thousands of ballots being sold across Britain.

Lutfur Rahman was removed as mayor of Tower Hamlets in east London and banned from standing again after an electoral court found him guilty of a string of “corrupt and illegal practices” including ballot rigging, buying votes and lying about his opponents.

Rahman was said to have “cynically perverted” the religious feeling of his Muslim community, before silencing his critics with “accusations of racism and Islamophobia”.

The Metropolitan Police has also come under fire for failing to do anything to address concerns about Rahman’s behaviour since he became leader of the council in 2008 and then the elected mayor two years later.

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