Archive for November 2017

Net Neutrality is a Fraud

The words “Net Neutrality” don’t mean anything. Net Neutrality is a fraud. The scheme to allow the government to regulate the internet was given that name so you’d fall for the fraud. It’s meant to confuse and disarm the critics that would be sure to arise like a tornado if people understood that it was…

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Black Slave Markets in Libya — Legacy of Obama/Hillary Meddling

Black Africans are being sold in open-air slave markets in Libya,  and the fault lies squarely with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Moammar Gadhafi was in full compliance with his 2003 agreement with the United States. That agreement provided that if Gadhafi peacefully gave up his weapons of mass destruction the U.S. would not try to…

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Millennial Job Interview

How would a millennial job interview go? Somethin like this… A commenter at Powerline Blog wrote this: Who are you people working with? Is everyone in your office over 30? All these people that I work with seem like decent enough folks. It all sounds like “Back in my day” or “Uphill both ways” to…

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Goldman Sachs Says Unemployment Will Fall to Lowest Level Since 1969

by JOHN CARNEY at Breitbart: The Wall Street investment bank says the unemployment rate is likely to fall to 3.5 percent by the end of 2019. In a report issued last week, Goldman’s economists predicted that unemployment would keep falling because of increasing optimism helped along by tax cuts. Wage growth should also pick up, the bank…

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The Real Story of Thanksgiving

There’s a little more to the story about Squanto. Once he escaped from slavery in Spain he got a ride to England either by stowing away on a British ship or perhaps he was invited aboard. He then lived in England for at least 4 years with a sympathetic merchant and his family. He learned…

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Cesare Beccaria (1738-1794) — Father of Modern Criminal Law and Criminology

Cesare [ses-sar, rhymes with jar] ] Beccaria [bek-ária, rhymes with Daria] is considered the father of modern criminal law and criminology for his seminal book On Crimes and Punishments first published  in 1764. The book is a long essay written anonymously to avoid backlash from the 18th Century government authorities. It was immediately well received among…

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The Fall of Liberal Icons As Our Salem Moment Soldiers On

The fall of liberal icons continues apace as new sex scandals seem to appear by the minute. For Bill Clinton in the 1990s it was, “It doesn’t interfere with his job performance, it’s just sex, and besides, everybody does it. Let’s Move On!” The liberal media, which was and is most of the media, was perfectly…

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The Anatomy of the Israel-Palestinian Conflict

There are only three countries the United States government designates as state sponsors of terrorism: Iran, Sudan and Syria.  One more needs to be added to the list. Can you guess which one? The United States has for many years provided financial support to the Palestinians. We may not intend it, but American taxpayer dollars…

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Charlie Manson should have been hanged

Charlie Manson should have been hanged, but instead he was allowed to live out his life with prison friends, eating and sleeping and watching television. His victims suffered grievously before they died a painful death way before their time. Charles Manson Gravely ill at California hospital Charles Manson, one of America’s most infamous mass killers…

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Hillary in 2020 — Don’t Bet On It

Hope and Change for 2020 Before you get your hope’s up for Hillary in 2020, consider this. Occam’s Razor holds that when there are two possible explanations for an occurrence the simpler one is most likely the correct one. Another way to state this is that among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should…

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Roy Moore still leads 49% to 43%

Mobile, AL FOX affiliate WALA unveiled the latest FOX10 News/Strategy Research poll on the December 12 special election for U.S. Senate between Republican former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and Democrat former Clinton U.S. Attorney Doug Jones. Moore still leads Jones 49%-43%, with 11% undecided.

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