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            Sunday, January 25, 2015


Horry Clap!




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Here's the opener we were prepared to publish at 9:38 p.m. Sunday night:

Northwestern shocked the No. 13 Maryland men's basketball team on Sunday night, taking a lead on the game's first possession and holding it from wire to wire before a crowd of 14,113 at XFINITY Center.

Not quite. Trailing by 11 points in the final minutes, Maryland mounted a stunning comeback to take a one-point lead against visiting Northwestern with seconds to play, lose it, then gain it back for good with 1.6 seconds on the clock on a Dez Wells put-back. What had looked like a devastating loss turned into one of Maryland's most thrilling wins in years, 68-67.

I know y'all wanted to know.
 
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So lucky #13 squeaks by unranked Northwestern by ONE, and it's one of their greatest games evah?

If you say so! Any where else, we call it lucky.
 
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            The upshot is ... Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 1/25/2015 12:40:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (2) | Send This Post | HOME
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The now should show them all fat asses on bean bag chairs eating oreos and screaming that they are still every bit as hot as Angelina Jolie.
 
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Maybe in NC Chris. Not here in NJ.

Today all the young things were in the grocery store, shopping for the coming snow-pocalypse. Seems the current fashion is elbow length hair worn over a colorful short winter coat with skintight black yoga pants that conform to every crevice and fold, and thigh high tight leather boots to show off perfectly toned young legs and rock hard cantaloupe sized baby bubble butts. I had to shop very slowly. Angelina was never this hot, ever.
 
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Oh My


Metzger


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I had to hold my fire last fall when a look through the glass revealed this huge rack saying BARRY BLOWS.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick
 
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    Liberal Culture                   

Culture “Debate” Not Possible in America                    








“Is There a Culture War?”  Duh.

I have been in the trenches of fighting against assisted suicide, health care rationing, radical animal rights, anti-human environmentalism, etc. ad nauseam, for more than 20 years.

About five years ago it hit me like a punch: We can no longer debate these issues. Why?  True debate requires a common frame of reference. But we have none.

Not only do we no longer agree on ends, but differ markedly–almost diametrically–on values and basic morality.  How can one “debate” in such a milieu? [NRO]

That's NRO's Wesley J. Smith coming to the same conclusion most of us here have been talking about for the past 8 years (at least). My first warning sign came when I picked my son up at the airport after his first semester at UNLV.  Knowing how much I liked the subject, he told me about his incredible history class!  When we got home he immediately unpacked and gave me his text book.  “A People’s History” (A People’s History of the United States, 1492-Present) by Howard Zinn.  Hadn't heard of him, but assumed he was picking up where my favorite college (The Oxford History of the American Peopleby by Samuel Eliot Morison) history left off in 1965.

NO.

It took me less than 5 minutes to have that  notion shattered all to hell. Which y'all by now are aware (Zinn site:http://curmudgeonlyskeptical.blogspot.com/).  A history book where radical bomb thrower H. Rap. Brown received more (and laudable) mention than Robert. E. Lee (and that defamed Lee for quelling  John Brown's  Harper's Ferry revolt). 

History ala carte.  Written by an active  Communist, and embraced by  increasingly leftist universities establishment. It made Clinton's presidency possible.
For starters.

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It seems that a major problem of our (USA) level of prosperity is people who have never known any type of want, in any way, can be taken seriously when they advocate destroying the very system that made them that way. Dr Sowell said it well when noted "Much of the social history of the Western world over the past three decades has involved replacing what worked with what sounded good. In area after area - crime, education, housing, race relations - the situation has gotten worse after the bright new theories were put into operation. The amazing thing is that this history of failure and disaster has neither discouraged the social engineers nor discredited them."

Tim
 
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But Sir Tim, do you not know that today's unfulfilled wants are tomorrows rights? All you need is a flaky activist judge to render some gibberish application to our bill of rights and the will of the people is out the door. Make way for the pedophile satanic Nazi nudist clowns who will teach the next generation of of kindergarten children. -Anymouse
 
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The kid's a piker: the local hospital removed a (small?) mayonnaise jar from some kid's rear. He, uh, slipped and fell on it.
 
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JOHN BOEHNER ATTACKS TEA PARTY:
LEADERS OPPOSE ME TO GET RICH




Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) is blaming conservative groups in Washington for turning him into a human pinata to raise money.

In an interview to air on Sunday’s “60 Minutes” on CBS, Boehner said he doesn’t disagree that much with conservatives on policy, but that the groups beat “the dickens out of me” in order to line their own pockets.

“The issue with the Tea Party isn’t one of strategy. It’s not one of different vision,” Boehner said, according to excerpts released by CBS.

“It’s a disagreement over tactics, from time to time. [Full]

No, it's about principles.  What would you call a man who campaigns on issues he knows matter to core Republicans, and post election does the opposite

  • “A month after its incredible victory, the GOP squandered its mandate, surrendering to the Democrats,” he wrote. “The GOP-led House of Representatives did not proclaim its mandate and hold off on major decisions until the Republican majority in the Senate was sworn in. No, they went to the GOP position of preemptive surrender and gave President Obama and the Democrats almost everything they wanted.
  • GOP did nothing to stop Mr. Obama’s executive amnesty.
  • “Mr. Boehner made the obligatory statements about cutting spending and reducing Obamacare. Yet time after time, when the occasion called for him to stand and fight, he chose surrender,”
  • Budget cave-ins galore
He's a liar.

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            Saturday, January 24, 2015


       Truth they'd expect ...

Martin Scorsese's Bill Clinton Documentary Shelved Over Creative Control

Legendary director and 42nd President postpone HBO project after wrestling over interview questions and final cut

What your grandparents expected would follow

According to New York Times, Scorsese and Clinton are butting heads over their interviews Frost/Nixon style, with the Goodfellas director unwilling to relinquish control of the questions and their content.

Considering the strong possibility that Hillary Clinton is planning her own presidential run in 2016, Bill also reportedly wants input over the documentary's final cut to ensure nothing that can harm her campaign is aired.

Scorsese, for his part, is cognizant of the fact that in their push to get Obama elected in 2008, the media ended it's embargo on Hillary Clinton's sordid past that would have left almost anyone else with several decades of federal prison time left to serve. The truth is then, "already out there."



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I would hope that the democrats are as fatigued with the Clintons as Republicans are of the Bush family. Also hope Joe Biden mans up to provide a little comedy and exposure as a candidate. All that said there was plenty to know about Bill when he was elected the second time just as with Obama on his last term. Democrats are just plain more loyal to the party and conservatives are more loyal to principles. Thats how the liberals win.
 
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I know I've commented to (what seems to me to be an) excess today, but I can't resist: I warned TFG not to count Lance Berkman and the Cards out a few years ago in the Series.

Now, I think it might not be wise to count Jim Webb out versus the skank.

Sorry. Won't inflict myself upon you any further. Today.

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Tea Party spawns GOP nightmare: How it’s already ruining the party’s ’16 strategy
GOP elites want Americans to think the party's boring and safe again. Maybe someone should notify the Tea Party



Salon article.  The author Elias Isquithrevels in the discomfiture the Tea Party are causing the Democrat Party wing of the GOP.  He makes some good points, but his bias is obvious as this Algorish "scientific consensus" blather shows. 
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Or if you’d rather look at the Senate, where the aforementioned McConnell is nominally in control, think about Wednesday’s vote on climate change — namely, whether it exists and, if so, to what degree it’s humanity’s fault. While it’s true that only one senator, Mississippi’s Roger Wicker, felt compelled to disagree with the contention that the Earth’s climate is warming, most Republicans voted against a provision that would credit human mankind with “significantly” contributing to the problem. That is, needless to say, wildly at odds with scientific consensus across the globe (Ahem); and dismissing the conclusions of essentially all of the world’s qualified scientists is yet another thing your nice neighbor-accountant would be unlikely to do.

To be fair, the Senate vote on climate change wasn’t something Republicans in the Senate forced on McConnell. Instead, it was an example of the kind of thumb-in-the-eye procedural move that the Senate’s now-minority Democrats will be able to pull off every once in a while that has no legislative significance but can, at its best, make the difference between the parties crystal clear. All the same, whatever short-term damage Democrats were able to inflict on the GOP paled in comparison to that which it brought on itself, in the form of Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe’s contention that those who think anthropogenic climate change is a reality are disrespecting God. Which is, again, not the kind of talk the GOP establishment wants to hear during this current, boring-is-best rebrand.

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I wish I could put my finger on the exact date that the current gop leadership entered this suicide pact with themselves. Especially since the second republican wave that happened in November.

Immigration? Amnesty? Border Control? Work Permits? Jobs? Fast Track Trade Authority? 0bozo kare? Climate Change? Keystone? IRS Scandals? Benghazi? Remove Impeachment? Constitutional Violations?

And as if that wasn't enough, it is now being reported that they intend to add the Nuclear Option on Supreme Court Nominations and require a simple majority vote.

Which would of course fast track another radical onto the Court as soon as Ruth Buzzy wakes up and decides to move on.

Yep, sure wants someone to run right back out, hold their collective noses and for the uptinth time pull yet another lever for some more of them.

The democratic party lite . . . the gop.

Geo
 
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Stand by to get slammed by the compromise wing of Rodge's commentors, Geo.

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For this and many, many, many other similar betrayals- I am now no longer a Republican but have re-registered as Independent.

Looking forward to the next GOP fundraising letter so I can reply & tell them exactly why I'm no longer a Rep, and instead of a check there'll be a copy of my new Voter Registration card. I'm sure they'll be extremely pleased!

I won't be voting for the "lesser of two evils" anymore. Not voting for evil at all! Even when presented so handsomely by the GOPe!

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While on stormchasing expeditions in the Tornado Alley in the USA, I have encountered many photogenic supercell storms. This photograph was taken while we were approaching the storm near Julesburg, Colorado, on May 28, 2013. The storm was tornado-warned for more than one hour, but stayed an LP [low precipitation] storm through all its cycles and never produced a tornado, just occasional brief funnels, large hail, and some rain.” –Marko Korošec Marko Korošec / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest / Via travel.nationalgeographic.com

Cuzzin ricky links us to Photos That Won Awards In 2014.  They are taken by amateurs.  The cloud formation above is technically called "Inverted Soufflé"  and is caused when thermal wind clouds are jiggled suddenly by Arctic winds blowing in from a cold place.  I am of course also amateurish.  My second favorite is “First Time,” a rare and touching picture of an actual virgin on her wedding day.  And the groom's "do" is priceless. Rehearsal Party is I think a cruel farce, and wasn't included.

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Technically called "Inverted Soufflé" but I'd name it "the Day Obama was elected President."
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Nature is trying to kill you 24/7.
It's not toying with you.
It just flat doesn't care.
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            Friday, January 23, 2015




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            GOP EUNICHS Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 1/23/2015 04:15:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (4) | Send This Post | HOME
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Reminiscent of Senator Joni Ernst, combat vet, hog castrator who issued thinly veiled accusations about pork and nutless wonders in gubmint.

Hurts more when Mom says it about you, don't it.
 
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It was a softball; low-hanging fruit; a joke that pretty much wrote itself. Still, it needed to be said, and Sarah (who has, figuratively speaking, big brass ones) was the perfect one to say it.

But Hey, what does it say about us when Iran almost has the bomb, Islam is brutally seeking world domination, and Obama is re-making us as Zimbabwe (or worse!), that Americans are getting "all wee-wee'd up" over how many psi's of air are in a football?
 
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Some of the most-commented stories here are about college football, and this audience is above-average engaged.
The next story down is as important as it gets, and it got one comment.
I despise football, but it seems my fellow man does not.
-bravokilo
 
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What do you expect when the guy running the show can't even spell "eunuch"?

Football represents the "circus" part of "bread and circuses" that keep us from paying too much attention to the real goings-on.

I used to watch "GE College Bowl" and have always wished we could fill stadia with intellectual competitions of that sort; Fat Chance!

Caballero Andante
 
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       WHAT THIS GUMMINT DOES
        



"....but I will defend to the death your right to say it"  .


Rev. Rob Schenck has driven a wedge between pro-life and pro-Constitution conservatives and libertarians. He gave a speech for gun control at the big demonstration in Washington.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/01/22/pro-life-leader-supporting-gun-control-part-of-being-pro-life/


I support the Second Amendment. If I have to stop supporting the Second Amendment to be against abortion, well then, I won't be against abortion.

Do church signs clutter the right-of-way more than political signs do?

As the oral arguments progressed last Monday at the U.S. Supreme Court in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Ariz., the justices focused on the questions which, once answered, will clarify the First Amendment issues that this case presents.

The case involves a temporary sign ordinance in Gilbert that treats signs differently depending on what they talk about. Political signs get the best treatment — they can be as large as 32 square feet, unlimited in number in the right-of-way, and can stay in place up to five months before an election. In contrast, directional signs, like those of Pastor Clyde Reed’s church, can only be a smallish six square feet (two by three, for example) and can only be up 12 hours before the event to which the sign pertains.

This means, for Pastor Reed’s 10 a.m. church service, the signs cannot go up until 10 p.m. the night before. Obviously, darkness does not enhance the ability of people to see the signs inviting them to the church service. [Full]


Student journalist Daniel Mael on free speech and the campus culture war

“the fact that black people have not burned this country down is beyond me” - November 25, 2014

“i have no sympathy for the nypd officers who were murdered today” - December 20, 2014

“lmao, all i just really dont have sympathy for the cops who were shot. i hate this racist f***ing country” - December 21, 2014

- Brandeis junior Khadija Lynch’s tweets, as reported by fellow student Daniel Mael on Truth Revolt

Daniel Mael, a 22-year-old student journalist at Brandeis University, first reported on fellow student Khadija Lynch’s tweets in the aftermath of the death of NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. Lynch, a junior, had served as an undergraduate department representative in the university’s African and Afro-American Studies Department — until Mael’s reporting led the department to ask Lynch to step down. [Full]
Skoonj provided a valuable reminder about our First Amendment guarantee of free speech.  Just this morning I ran across those two  examples.  In the first, the Supremes will evidently decide whether towns can allow or disallow road signs based on their content.  Justice Scalia said during oral arguments, “Treat all signs the same.” Simple.

In the second,
Khadija Lyncha Liberal twathead (what else?) attending Brandeis Uwas turned in for what amounts to perceived hate speech by another student.

Hey, people have to endure knowing that Nancy Pelosi is allowed to speak in public.  Tough. 
Democracy is messy.   I always like to find the nexus between  political power and threats to freedom, and in this instance will point the finger at Clinton's  Secretary of Health and Human Services,  Donna E. Shalala. As Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Madison she imposed a broad speech code subjecting students to disciplinary action for communications that were perceived as hate speech.  Things have gone to hell since.  Maybe we should hang Shalala after a proper trial.   Whoops. Did I say that out loud?  Free speech. 


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I was president of an HOA in Atlanta and had a group coming up with our architectural guidelines and had a black guy suggest we can not allow the state flag because it was offensive to him. He was wearing a shirt of the John Carlos from the 1969 Olympics with the raised fist.

Aside from the American flag it was either all or none. No shortage of people that can be offended.
 
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Sure... refraining from killing the defenseless is the exactly the same as forcing others to be defenseless ...

Free Speech means I can say any damfool thing I want; and others can point out all day long just how damfool it is.

Free Market balance.
 
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Sorry, Khadija was NOT stopped from expressing her opinion.

She had her words exposed to the public at large, who disapproved of the content. And said so.

That is the essence of Free Speech. You're free to say it, but others are also free to think you're wrong. And critique you, and question whether you are a fit representative of the university.
 
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This Really is My Last RedState Post
By: Thomas Crown (Diary)



I will never vote Republican again. Not for any reason. Today, the Republican Party stands for dragooning children into an inferior educational system designed to make them good little worker bees; for sending taxpayer dollars to its own clients; for funding Obamacare but promising to undo it Tuesday if you’ll give them a hamburger today; for blessing Executive overreach because hey, President Bush III may want to do some cool stuff, too; for brutally crushing its base at every opportunity; and for helping grow a larger and larger government behemoth that must topple of its own weight some day, so long as its elected members can get a piece of the lobbying pie first.

But most of all, today the Party stands for indifference in the face of a man-made cataclysm of flesh and blood, and for apathy toward good and cooperation with evil.
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We're just about copacetic on this issue, me and Thomas Crown.  My caveat is that I will never vote for a Republican just because he's a Republican. If Sarah Palin ran as a Democrat, I'd vote for her.

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Bush derangement Syndrome is still alive and well!
With this attitude, the socialist left will win in
perpetuity and America will be a permanent one party
state.

As I said before, McCain and Romney were not Ronald
Reagan, but either would have been preferable to
president Merkin Muffley!

Am I suggesting voting for the lesser of two
evils? Hell yes I am when the alternative is yet
another socialist hell bent on transforming this
once great country into another Soviet Union!

Do not fall for this, it is letting the perfect be
the enemy of the good. The problem with the
GOP is the senate. Even Ronald Reagan was not
perfect. The perfection these conservative
absolutist seek is not just elusive, it is
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Amen brother! Where is the Republican Detroit? Where is the Republican Holocaust? Even the most rotten Republican controlled area (Alaska) gave us Sarah Palin and got cleaned up. Once the Democrats get control, they don't lose it. The choice is sins on a human scale, or Satan. How is this even an issue?
 
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The author of that yammering article is clear about his emotional and political immaturity.

The Bill?
HOW ABOUT INFO ON THE NUMBER OF THE BILL
AND A LINK TO THE ROLL CALL
SO WE CAN SEE WHO VOTED HOW?!?

F***king Morons.
 
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"Am I suggesting voting for the lesser of two
evils?----" Been there, Done that...Never F'in again.

" Hell yes I am when the alternative is yet
another socialist hell bent on transforming this
once great country into another Soviet Union! " that only works if there is a better alternative and as of right now there are none on the "R" side.....
 
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The lesser of two evils is still evil. I am tired of voting against someone. I want someone to vote for. Until then, my presidential vote is a write in of "Chris in NC" because I'm the only one I trust and then only a little bit.
 
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Im with Chris and the others. Im getting tired of holding my nose while I vote. 'Perfect is the enemy of good' is flawed because NO ONE is offering good.
Tim

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yeah....ya'll just stomp your feet and get all pissy and write-in your favorite cartoon character....and then wonder why the democrats stomped your ass in the elections.

then you'll really cry.
 
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Maybe we just ought to let it burn -- get it over with, sooner than later.
 
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Tim, please, kill me now. Shoot me in the head, I'd do it for you man. -Anymouse

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/01/23/the-dark-horse-candidate-charles-krauthammer-predicts-will-win-the-republican-nomination/

 
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yeah....ya'll just stomp your feet and get all pissy and write-in your favorite cartoon character....and then wonder why the democrats stomped your ass in the elections.........I at one time drank the kool-aid and toed the line for the GOP when they actually had the balls to stand for and with conservatives, but not any more..This time, this one is on them - they can either put forth a candidate who not only runs on a conserv. platform but whose past actions PROVE beyond a doubt their conserv. credentials or they can Kiss my Vote and financial backing goodbye......
 
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            Thursday, January 22, 2015



MSNBC ALL-STARS
with Rachel Maddow

... is worth 1000 words
MORE SMARTER THEN EVEN ROSIE O'DONNEL!

MSNBC'S MADDOW NOW REWRITING INSTANT REPLAYS



That MSNBC routinely, almost compulsively, mischaracterizes what conservatives say is nothing new. It's what makes the network so adorable. But in a recent trend, anchor Rachel Maddow has been upping the ante, altering quotes we just heard her play on tape.

On Monday night, for example, Rachel ran a news clip from President Reagan's 1983 Martin Luther King Day signing ceremony:

"Chris Wallace, NBC Reporter (by miraculous coincidence, currently a Fox News anchor): 'There was an air of celebration in the Rose Garden and an underlying tension. White House officials wrestled for days how to usher in a holiday the president opposed. They finally decided to embrace it. ... Maybe that's what today was about, that blacks have the power to make politicians do things.'"

End tape, cut to Rachel, taking notes, muttering with disgust: "The blacks now have the power ..."

Except Wallace didn't say "the blacks." Refer to the tape. By adding the simple article "the," Rachel turned Chris Wallace from a garden-variety 1980s news reporter into Archie Bunker. It takes a special kind of zealotry to play a tape of someone and then immediately lie about what viewers just heard him say.

Rachel's rewrite of Wallace (again, a Fox News host) was astonishingly similar to her misquote of Republican Senate candidate -- now senator -- Joni Ernst just before the November elections. Maddow inserted the word "the" into Ernst's statement, entirely changing her meaning.  [coulter continued]


Rachel Maddow is Crazy, Too (Powerline)
Rachel Maddow is a nightmare! (Daily Howler)
And, oh what the hellhereWade through it.


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Is it any different than how they "edited" the transcript of George Zimmerman's 9-1-1 call, to make it appear that he said, "He's acting suspiciously; he looks Black", when in reality "He looks Black" was in reaction to the operator asking "Is he Black or white?"
 
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I long for the day, when a journalist uprising finds the likes of Maddow running from mobs of angry reporters, with buckets of roofing tar and bags of feathers.
 
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Don't forget the warm, fresh cow poo, Jess, and plenty of it.

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The most defined and most spectacular incident regarding the film industry politics, however, involved Hollywood’s New-Deal-era infiltration by the Communist Party USA, a subsequent House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) probe, and the  industry-wide blacklist of unrepentant Stalinists that followed.

Conveying that story to modern readers is Human Events Editor-at Large Allan H. Ryskind’s Hollywood Traitors: Blacklisted Screenwriters – Agents of Stalin, Allies of Hitler (Regnery History, $29.99), a powerful indictment of such Communist Party loyalists as the "Hollywood Ten," individuals that popular history (and such films as Woody Allen's "The Front," Jim Carrey's "The Majestic," and the documentary "Trumbo") now paint as heroes.

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Of 1943’s "Mission to Moscow," Ryskind notes, “No more pro-Soviet film has ever been produced or promoted by a major Hollywood studio—or possibly even by a Soviet studio.”

Ryskind, son of former Hollywood screenwriter Morrie Ryskind, might be on to something.

The film features not only a defense of the indefensible Moscow Show Trials of the late 1930s, but also such deathless dialog as this from FDR’s Soviet Ambassador Joseph E. Davies (portrayed by Walter Huston): "I am amazed at the boldness and imagination behind such a vast industrial development. I can think of no other period in history where so much has been done in so short a time."

To Stalin, Davies/Huston even gushes, "I’ve been deeply impressed by what I’ve seen, your
industrial plants, the development of your natural resources, and the work being done to improve living conditions everywhere in your country. I believe history will record you as a great builder for the benefit of mankind."

The going was truly good for Hollywood's Communist Party screenwriters. [FULL]

The early days (90's) of Free Republic, Amazon, and C-SPAN Books made it easy, for the first time, to learn about these books, and purchase them with a keystroke.  Books I otherwise would have never heard about.  My first serious look into  Hollywood's role in advancing communism in the U.S.  came in 1998 when I read America's Thirty Years War: Who Is Winning? by Balint Vazsonyi.  Opened a Pandora's box, bang bang, bang!
Looking back today at Balint Vazsonyi's question about who's winning, I must answer; THEM. Which is why I despise what Hollywood have done to our culture. Gives me an idea for another book though.  I'll call it, "Quit crying like little girls and jump, or instead of a vat of acid it'll be heads first down a Mississippi prison shit hole. 

Sean Penn and  Nick Nolte go first.  For their dad's complicity, and their whining.

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A couple of book additions:


"Blacklisted by History" - M. Stanton Evans

"American Betrayal" - Diana West


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I find it ironic that the left has been successful
in demonizing McCarthy. The state department was
crawling with communist spies. Those who yearn for
the time when the Democrat party was a loyal opposition
filled with moderates are falling for a myth!

When informed that a senior state department official
was a KGB spy (Ickes or Hiss,) FDR promoted him! When
Churchill made his Iron Curtain speech, Truman
offered to send a U.S. battleship to bring Stalin to
America to offer a rebuttal.

Ann Coulter in her book Treason said that Senator
Joe McCarthy got the same treatment if he
did the same thing in the 21st century. All of
the academics, the Hollywood left, the liberal
establishment and the media attacked him like
a pack of rabid Dobermans.
 
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Lucky dude. She's got great legs.
 
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A big party, maybe be seen on TV and hooking up is why a big percentage of the youth go to Occupy events.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick
 
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Was that in Vancouver B.C. during the Stanley Cup riots?
 
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Wow, where was I while all that was going on back in the hippie days.

Oh, that's right. Viet Nam. Sheesh.

Sir H the Comet
 
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Common comment from some of my male contemporries on why they frequented 'anti-war' rallies: "Hippie chicks're easy!"

MC
 
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I didn't go to VN and I didn't march in protests. But I was a "soldier" in the "Sexual Revolution". I was on the front lines; you could say I was "in the trenches".
 
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California.  Ahem.

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Neal Boortz used to say that the way to spot a government building it to look for the ugly sculpture. I may not know art, but I wouldn't pay to see that.
Tim
 
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Why couldn't it have been a mosque. -Anymouse
 
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Why couldn't it have been a mosque
Muzzies think dogs are unclean.
Now if I owned the property right next to the mosque....
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick
 
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They not only believe dogs to be unclean, they think dogs are almost as filthy as Jews.

Which is one reason why I'd like to have my dog shit on the "Most Holy Koran" and leave it in front of a mosque.

Caballero Andante
 
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Today's Metaphor


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Actually I think the raccoons on my porch are a better metaphor.

They show up with their extended families in tow, bitch at the cats until they leave then lounge around all day stuffing their faces and quarreling with each other.

Rather than grabbing the and running, they act like they deserve whatever they are taking.
 
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He grabbed a big hand full of blunts after intimidating the cat that owns the store.
 
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Why am I thinking of Ferguson?
 
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Then they shit in the barn loft. Going on a stakeout this weekend. Worms, distemper, rabies; no negatives in shooting these little bastards. I tolerate polecats more than coons.
 
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F'n pussies.

Casca
 
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Ronald Reagan Rhetoric and Nancy Pelosi Results
Well done, House Republicans. You’ve managed to screw it all up in only a few short weeks.



ERLC’s Russell Moore ‘Disgusted’ by GOP’s Decision to Drop Pro-Life Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 22, 2015—Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, responded to House Republicans’ decision to drop the “Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act,” a major pro-life bill that would ban abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy.

“I am disgusted by this act of moral cowardice. If the House Republicans cannot pass something as basic as restricting the abortion of five-month, pain-capable unborn children, what can they get done?

“The Republicans in Congress should come and explain this atrocity to the hundreds of thousands of people gathering here in the nation’s capital to march for life. The congressional Republicans seem to think that pro-lifers will be satisfied with Ronald Reagan rhetoric and Nancy Pelosi results. They are quite wrong.”

House Republicans are now scheduled to vote on a bill Thursday that would prohibit federal funding for abortions. This scheduled vote coincides with the annual March for Life event, held in Washington, D.C., on or around the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision legalizing abortion in the case Roe v. Wade.

The Southern Baptist Convention is America’s largest Protestant denomination with more than 15.8 million members in over 46,000 churches nationwide. The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is the SBC’s ethics, religious liberty and public policy agency with offices in Nashville, Tenn., and Washington, D.C.

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Aside: Erik Erikson observes in Young Lives Matter:


Today, in Washington, DC, hundreds of thousands of individuals – more than the combined total of all the police protests – will gather peacefully to begin their annual pilgrimage through DC to the steps of the Supreme Court to protest the greatest injustice America has ever faced – the lives of 57 million unborn children have been extinguished in America since the Supreme Court declared in 1973 a heretofore undiscovered right, nowhere written in the Constitution nor imagined when any part of it was adopted, for some Americans to legally kill other Americans, provided that the victims were sufficiently young ...

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Approximately 38% of abortions in the U.S. were had by 6% of the population, black women. 72% of black children are born out of wedlock to a society that celebrates the machismo of the "baby daddy". A large percentage of these children will grow up completely supported by other peoples money. Then they will either be a part of the statistic that 78% of all violent crime is created by 6% of the population (black males), or, they will be the ones who are paid to birth more of the problem while condoning what has become of their community.

I shudder to think of the accelerated decay that would happen from outlawing abortion. Yes, I know, "Dats Raysis". -Anymouse the racist.
 
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Rev. Rob Schenck has driven a wedge between pro-life and pro-Constitution conservatives and libertarians. He gave a speech for gun control at the big demonstration in Washington.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/01/22/pro-life-leader-supporting-gun-control-part-of-being-pro-life/

I support the Second Amendment. If I have to stop supporting the Second Amendment to be against abortion, well then, I won't be against abortion.
 
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What about the 2nd Amendment isn't "pro-life"? OK, we know it's really not about deterring crime, it's about deterring tyranny. But while we have the God-given and Constitutionally-protected right to deter tyranny, we also have (thanks to Col. Colt, John Moses Browning et al) the means to protect our lives from murderous criminals. If that's not "pro-life", what is?

Quien se amenace mi o mi familia, comerá muerte plomizo.

Caballero Andante
 
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There is a difference between shooting the guilty and aborting the innocent.

JLW III
 
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   HELTER SKELTER                          
Provoking Racial Unrest
                                                               

 
cuzzin ricky

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They have come far, but still have big shoes to fill. -Anymouse

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-132955/Mugabe-warns-white-farmers-clear-out.html

 
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Many of the doomsayers'climate prediction models have turned out to be epic failures.

But the ultimate wet-rag slap in the face on the whole thing is the total absence of sea-level rise.
 
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Observation.

The science is settled Part Whatever.

I recently read the “average” (suspicious word that) sea level has risen .05 inches in the last one hundred or so years.

The Bay of Fundy in Canada has tides up to 50 ft.

That’s a ratio of about 12000 to 1.

Hmm! Why do I believe anyone that says that this increase in sea level is a problem?

Well, I don’t.

 
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I heard they've acquired Mitt Romney as a new guest on the bus of Bozo true believers. I'm guessing he's scared the Great Salt Lake will get too fresh, and the damned foreigners will be wanting to fish from the banks.
 
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Muslim groups in America, like the unindicted co-conspirator and terrorist front group Council on American-Islamic Relations, have targeted Fox News numerous times in the past, and have called for the jobs, and heads, of various Fox News personalities who have spoken the unfiltered truth about radical Islam.

The truth is, the organizers of the event know that Islam isn’t a religion of peace and that radical Islamic jihadists pose a rapidly increasing threat to America, which is something they’d rather the majority of Americans not know.

Fox News doesn’t necessarily stand alone in this instance either, as some other reporters for other media outlets received similar treatment from the event organizers, and all reporters were kicked out of the conference after the 20-minute opening ceremony. [Full]

Fox News may not stand entirely alone in this instance, but by and large the network is viewed as a mortal enemy by both American Islamics like CAIR,and the Democratic Party. FWIW

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From Newsbusters.org

For the past five years, the left-wing Public Policy Polling organization has asked a sample of TV viewers which news outlets they trust the most and the ones they believe the least. This year's version resulted in a low finish for MSNBC, far behind the Fox News Channel, which has topped the list ever since the annual poll got underway. This year's numbers show that 35 percent trusted the Fox News Channel, more than any other outlet, followed by the Public Broadcasting Service at 14 percent, the Cable News Network at 10 percent, CBS at 9 percent, MSNBC and Comedy Central tied at 6 percent, and just 3 percent for NBC.

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Marc Miller writes

Rodge, Had you seen this, you would've posted it.
By far the best series on WWI. 
The amount of history told is comprehensive.
The narration is excellent.
They slightly colorize to film which gives it a modern viewing experience and to represent the true colors (uniform, dress colors, etc.) of the day.
They add sound effects to make it appear it was filmed with sound.
This war was truly ugly.
What's interesting is they thought it would be a short lived war, maybe a few months, a season or so.
There hadn't been a war in Europe for over 50 years so no one knew what to expect...

Horry clap!  I'm being plethora'd to death with grade A cinema series.  First,  I'm reminded that Justified 5 is out.  At the same time I ran across the complete  "Game of Thrones" series on HBO and thought,"I hear this silliness talked about a lot, let's see what it is," and am instantly hooked.  Plus we have Foyle.  Life is so demanding for we who are so engaged in living it. Sigh.

Have I found myself in some perverse Soylent Green scenario? Yikes.

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Apocalypse is very well done. As Miller noted, the narration is very good, the coloration is not over done, and many of the video sequences are new to me, and not the same old stale stuff usually shown on the topic. I especially liked that the producers held the sound guys in check so I can actually hear the narration over the music, unlike most other movies/shows presented today.
I keep looking to see my grandfather in all the WW1 film I've seen, but I haven't spotted him him yet. With 2 million Yanks overseas, I don't really expect to, but one never knows.
"Lions led by donkeys."
Watch it and weep, and learn.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick
 
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Allow me to recommend probably the best book ever written about WWI: Mud, Blood and Poppycock

Be prepared to be amazed, because the book debunks a WHOLE lot of Lefty myths about the Great War.


 
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