France Ignored Every Warning and was Predictably Attacked!

For me the fact that the people of France are unarmed is the ROOT of the problem!

Flat Out Unconstitutional

Amp249Paris, France came under attack by muslim terrorists on the night of 13 November, 2015.  This isn’t about what happened.  You can find out what happened on various news sites if you don’t already know.  I am going to tell you WHY it happened.  The talking heads in media will wonder why it happened for days, but I am going to tell you why.  I am not hiding behind a shroud of political correctness.  In a nutshell, it happened, because the Koran tells muslims to kill infidels, so that’s what muslims do.

When Charlie Hebdo was attacked in France on January 7th, 2015, we hoped that it would be a wake-up call for France, the rest of Europe, and everyone else. Apparently not. We warned France that this would happen again and it would get worse if they didn’t allow their citizens the right to protect themselves and if they…

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Black hole: Postal Service lost $5.1 billion last year

As a former postal worker I know the problem — UNIONS!

“USPS retiree healthcare, pensions and workers’ compensation are unfunded by about $86.6 billion. Congress mandated in 2006 that the Postal Service pay down those future obligations to ensure that taxpayers do no get stuck with the bill, and USPS has been devoting about $5.6 billion in revenue annually toward that goal.

Postal Service officials and the unions that represent its workers have long complained about the mandate, arguing that the service shouldn’t have to ensure the pension and retirement funds are fully paid-up. They called again Friday for legislation to change it.”

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The U.S. Postal Service announced Friday that it lost $5.1 billion in the last fiscal year, the latest financial blow to hit the government-chartered mail delivery service.

It was the ninth consecutive year that the Postal Service posted a loss. Officials said the loss was caused by intense competition, lack of flexibility in the products and services it can offer, and the high cost of its health and retirement benefits for employees.

“The shipping and package delivery business, as we all know, is extremely competitive. Competition among large delivery companies gets more fierce every day. But not only that … People that used to be our customers are taking steps to become delivery companies. Regional delivery companies are springing up and start-ups are springing up, too, with companies like Uber,” Postal Service Chief Financial Officer Joseph Corbett told post office’s Board of Governors Friday morning.

Postmaster General…

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What Is ‘White Privilege’?

“You also get advantages from “white privilege.” These advantages include skin color not working “against me in terms of how people perceive my financial responsibility, style of dress, public speaking skills or job performance.” So, for example, “white privilege” means I, as a white man (well, a Jewish man, but close enough), will receive government-subsidized mortgage loans without proper credit in order to rectify past racial imbalances; or that critique of my shabby dress will be dismissed as covert racism; or that my speaking skills will be touted even if I bloviate and stumble off teleprompter; or that I’ll be protected, as a white man, from firing in special ways thanks to my race. Oh, wait, perhaps those examples are poorly chosen.

Other advantages of “white privilege” include people “not assum[ing] that I got where I am professionally because of my race (or because of affirmative action programs),” mainly because there are no affirmative action programs for white people, while people of color now routinely get admitted to top universities across the country with inferior statistical qualifications. So, given the choice between getting into Yale with a lower score and being able to bitch about a black guy getting into Yale with a lower score, clearly more Americans would choose the latter. That’s “white privilege.””

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Screen Shot 2015-11-12 at 12.03.42 PMBY BEN SHAPIRO

The president of the University of Missouri, Tim Wolfe, had to go. He had to go because he benefitted from “white privilege.” That, at least, was the victorious argument of the intellectual heavyweights of Concerned Student 1950, who insisted that Wolfe acknowledge his “white privilege” before leaving office in a handwritten – not typed, dammit! — letter.

This raises some rather obvious questions, like: What is “white privilege”? Why is it that Tim Wolfe’s “white privilege” mattered while that of Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel (salary: $3.1 million for helping men in pads hit each other) and Assistant Professor Melissa Click (gets paid to study Lady Gaga and 50 Shades of Grey) does not? Why is it that “white privilege” only manifests when the left wants it to manifest? Why do low-IQ dolts make up terms that only apply in Cloud Cuckoo Land, but that we…

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How Many Nails Does it Take to Seal a Coffin

“Although it is called a “free trade” agreement, the TPP is not mainly about trade. Of TPP’s 29 draft chapters, only five deal with traditional trade issues. One chapter would provide incentives to offshore jobs to low-wage countries. Many would impose limits on government policies that we rely on in our daily lives for safe food, a clean environment, and more. Our domestic federal, state and local policies would be required to comply with TPP rules.

So if the stagnant or falling wages of the last few decades have left you feeling as if you haven’t given enough hold on because the DC Leviathan is about to ask for more.

I would now make a plea for everyone to call their senators and congressman but does anyone believe that would make a difference. This is just another milestone on the road to the 3rd world by those who seek to fundamentally transform America. Then along comes Hillary, the nail in our coffin.”

Dr. Robert Owens Chronicles the History of the Future

How many lopsided trade deals does it take to teach a nation they are being sold down the river? Apparently it takes one more than we have.

After months of secrecy President Obama has the chutzpa to throw the thing online and challenge people to read it. Saying “Along with the text of the agreement, we’ve posted detailed materials to help explain it. It’s an unprecedented degree of transparency — and it’s the right thing to do.”

Sounds great doesn’t it? How open. How accessible. Give it a quick read and let’s get on with the job of selling out our heritage for a bowl for oatmeal.

The next time you have a few moments free between jobs why not give it a go. It is only 5,544 pages containing 2,056,560 words which is according to the Daily Caller:

  • 18x longer than the King James Bible
  • 77x longer than the…

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He Said That? 11/10/15


From Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924), 28th President, The New Freedom (1913): 

Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.

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