Friday, October 28, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s Emails: Lawyers without Security Clearance Got Classified Information? | National Review

Hillary Clinton’s Emails: Lawyers without Security Clearance Got Classified Information? | National Review:

"Under President Bill Clinton’s 1995 executive order, top-secret intelligence is information the mishandling of which “could be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security.” The SAP designation is added when the unauthorized disclosure of intelligence could compromise critical intelligence-gathering methods or imperil the lives of intelligence sources.

That is why access to this information is so tightly restricted, and its unauthorized disclosure is routinely prosecuted.

With that as our backdrop, let’s get two things straight."

Democratic Operative Robert Creamer Used Terror to Wage War on Honesty

Democratic Operative Robert Creamer Used Terror to Wage War on Honesty | Observer
"Let’s be blunt: Democratic Party operative Robert Creamer used terror to wage war on honesty. 
Until forced to resign his post as a “consultant” with a Democratic Party-aligned organization named Americans United for Change, Creamer ran what amounts to a domestic U.S. political terror and propaganda operation dedicated to undermining the 2016 U.S. presidential election—“rigging the election,” to use the current term.
Yes, Creamer’s operation uses terror—and three investigative videos recently released by Project Veritas contain information supporting my assessment.
(“Rigging The Election,” Part OnePart Two and Part Three, released October 24).
Image result for KristalnachtCreamer resigned as an official consultant because Part One and Part Two exposed him. His operation, however, remains active and continues to do damage. 
The election rigging scheme he commanded relies on street thuggery. 
That means physical fear—terror—is a core component of Americans United for Change’s crooked enterprise. 
Street thuggery is very low-level terrorism, but it is a type of terrorism nonetheless and it is wrong to call it otherwise. 
Hardboy muscle, bottles and two by fours are street thuggery’s kinetics. 
Bottles and baseball bats are not Al Qaeda’s high explosives—but they incite fear and when they crack heads they cause casualties. 
People bleed. 
Street thuggery as an arm of politics is violent, criminalized politics on an ugly downward slope to much worse, the worse including lynchings and pogroms. 
If you don’t think street thuggery is terror then consider Kristalnacht..."
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Your tax dollars at "work"-----Poli-sci prof: Trump supporters 'greatest danger to democracy since World War II'

Poli-sci prof: Trump supporters 'greatest danger to democracy since World War II' - The College Fix:
"According to a professor of political science at UCLA: 
The danger to democracy itself from Trump supporters is real and must be confronted. 
It is the greatest danger to democracy since World War II, even perhaps since the Civil War …”
That from Professor Michael Chwe, writing in a blog post for the Princeton University Press.
As reported in The Daily Caller, “Chwe argues that white men are dangerous to the country, as evidenced by their support of Trump. 
Democracy in America, Chwe claims, will only be safe when whites and men — and especially white men — willingly surrender their power to ‘multiracial and multi-gender coalitions.'”
Chwe — who earned $138,000 working at the public university in 2015, according to a public database of state employees’ salaries — writes that:
How will whites, especially white men, adapt to the new demographic reality: gracefully, petulantly, or destructively? …
Much has been said about how Trump supporters are racist, anti-immigrant, and Islamophobic, but it is possible to be racist or anti-immigrant and still support basic democratic values such as the rule of law, freedom of expression, and equal protection, and basic norms of civil society such as politeness, mutual respect, and avoidi
ng threats of violence. 
...If we had done a better and earlier job with confronting, as opposed to accommodating, white and male privilege, and convincing people that what they feel is being taken away is something that they never should have felt they had in the first place, we might not have reached this situation. Combating white and male privilege is now not only about justice but also about steering democracy away from self-destruction. As it is, we made our society just inclusive enough to save it.

Pollsters Scramble as Fewer People Take Their Phone Calls

Pollsters Scramble as Fewer People Take Their Phone Calls
"...a spate of ideas bubbling up for new ways to sample public opinion. 
The alternatives are coming because the traditional method—randomly calling phone numbers again and again until someone answers—has grown far more labor intensive and costly in recent years.
One idea is to push surveys on people who mistype the name of a website. 
Polling companies are assembling large, standing panels to survey online. 
For certain websites, Google is asking internet users to answer surveys before they can get access. 
Others monitor Twitter posts to gauge public sentiment.
The new survey approaches give some in the industry pause because they make it harder to tell good research from bad. 
In ways pollsters don’t fully understand, the various methods seem to produce different results. 
...The difficulty of predicting voter turnout was a large part of many recent polling blunders, including surveys earlier this year showing Mrs. Clinton ahead in a Michigan primary she badly lost. 
...To record the opinion of one young Hispanic male took them 300 phone calls, while only 10 were needed to reach a woman over 65.
If that continues, “we no longer have a viable political business,” he recalls thinking..."
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CBS4 Investigation Finds People Voting Twice « CBS Denver

CBS4 Investigation Finds People Voting Twice « CBS Denver:

"Previous CBS4 Investigations revealed ballots cast in the names of Coloradans who had been dead for months– sometimes years- before votes were cast in their names.

In six of the new cases, voting records show the same people voting twice in Colorado elections. In another six cases, people are suspected of voting in Colorado and another state during the same election cycle."

The town in Bosnia where only Arabs are allowed to live | World | News | Daily Express

The town in Bosnia where only Arabs are allowed to live | World | News | Daily Express
"PROTESTS are taking place in a town in Bosnia-Herzegovina because only Arabs are allowed and most of the houses contain the third or fourth wives of wealthy sheikhs.
The Resort Locals are fuming because they are are only allowed into the site in the south-eastern Europe country if they are servants or cleaners.
The complex is surrounded by heavy security, gates and high walls and the locals think it is unlawful for foreigners to buy up part of the country and then ban them from entering.
Women reportedly bring up their children there and their husbands are just occasional visitors.
Investors from the Middle East built the 160-home luxury estate near Tarcin, which is close to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo.
The houses are full of the wives of rich sheikhs
The news of the Arabic village follows on from revelations last year that Islamic State militants had established a stronghold in a picturesque village in mainland Europe where everyone is "ready to respond to the summons to jihad."

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History for October 28

History for October 28 -
Jonas Salk 1914 - Medical researcher, Charlie Daniels 1936 - Singer (Charlie Daniels Band), Marcian E. "Ted" Hoff, Jr. 1937 - An inventor of the microprocessor

Dennis Franz 1944 - Actor ("NYPD Blue"), Bruce Jenner 1949 - Track and field athlete, actor ("CHiPs"), Bill H. Gates 1955- Inventor, computer programmer, co-founder of Microsoft

1636 - Harvard College was founded in Massachusetts. The original name was Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony. It was the first school of higher education in America.

1776 - The Battle of White Plains took place during the American Revolutionary War.

1793 - Eli Whitney applied for a patent for his cotton gin.

1886 - The Statue of Liberty was dedicated in New York Harbor by U.S. President Cleveland. The statue weighs 225 tons and is 152 feet tall. It was originally known as "Liberty Enlightening the World."

1904 - The St. Louis Police Department became the first to use fingerprinting.

1919 - The U.S. Congress enacted the Volstead Act, also known as the National Prohibition Act. Prohibition was repealed in 1933 with the passing of the 21st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

1922 - Benito Mussolini took control of the Italian government and introduced fascism to Italy.

1958 - Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was elected Pope. He took the name John XXIII.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Obama: I Have Nothing to Do With Obamacare Rate Increases - Katie Pavlich

Obama: I Have Nothing to Do With Obamacare Rate Increases - Katie Pavlich:

"But despite making a laundry list of promises about decreased costs thanks to the "Affordable" Care Act, all of which have been broken, President Obama isn't taking responsibility for the healthcare takeover he once bragged about. In fact, he's saying he has nothing to do with the current rate crisis. "

VIDEO: Hillary needs help going up one step

VIDEO: Hillary needs help going up one step - The American MirrorThe American Mirror
Hillary Clinton needed a helping hand to trek up a single step during a visit in Florida today.
Clinton was outside to greet supporters in Lake Worth when she attempted to stand on a small riser.
She needed assistance to get onto it as she could be seen reaching her hand out for a boost.

An aide extended his hand and Clinton held on tightly as she made her way up the 18 inches.
He could be seen standing behind her and at one point reached out to grab her waist, perhaps thinking she was about to fall.

Teacher found passed out drunk on school field trip wins $75,000 settlement

Teacher found passed out drunk on school field trip wins $75,000 settlement |
JANESVILLE, Wis. – A Wisconsin teacher who was found passed out drunk in a bowling alley during a school field trip will receive $75,000 in a settlement with the city of Janesville.
Washington Elementary School teacher Maria Caya was chaperoning an end of the year field trip for fourth and fifth grade students to River’s Edge Bowling Alley in Janesville in June 2013 when police said she vomited in the bathroom and was found passed out, according to WKOW.
Caya was taken to a Janesville hospital where a blood alcohol test registered .27, or more than three times the legal limit to drive. 

Caya allegedly told a hospital employee she began drinking at 6 a.m., and a WKOW analysis found she would have had to consume about 11 alcoholic beverages by the time she was tested around noon. The hospital employee was concerned because Caya was responsible for supervising students, and contacted police.
District officials alleged Caya did not compromise student safety because she was one of eight teachers on the trip. 
A few weeks after the incident, Caya resigned and received more than $18,000 in a payout from the district. 
...On Monday, the Janesville City Council voted to offer Caya a $75,000 settlement to avoid the cost of litigating the case, WIFR reports.
“If the city does not approve this proposed settlement that is recommended by our insurance carriers, then the city would be liable for all damages that the court or jury could eventually award the plaintiff,” city attorney Wald Klimczyk wrote in a memo cited by WKOW.
According to the Gazette:
Janesville’s insurance carriers recommended settling the claim using the city’s tort liability insurance fund. Janesville has a $100,000 self-insured retainage, and the insurance carriers will pay the balance of any settlement amount, according to a city memo..."

Gallup: U.S. support for assault weapons ban reaches all-time low |

Gallup: U.S. support for assault weapons ban reaches all-time low |

"Just more than one-third of Americans favor a ban on so-called “assault weapons,” a Gallup poll found today.
Only 36 percent of Americans polled favor banning assault-style weapons, a drop from 44 percent in 2012 and 57 percent in 1996. Sixty-one percent of Americans now oppose an assault weapons ban, according to Gallup’s 2016 Crime poll, conducted Oct. 5-9. Gallup polled a random sample of 1,017 U.S. adults, aged 18 and older, in every state."

From local celebrity to sex offender: Charles Pugh's monumental fall from grace

From local celebrity to sex offender: Charles Pugh's monumental fall from grace:
"It’s safe to say Detroit has never seen a council president quite like Charles Pugh.
The former TV reporter with no political experience swept into city hall in 2009, collecting more votes than any of his eight colleagues.
Detroit’s first openly gay councilman pledged to restore faith in a council battered by corruption, incompetence and childish infighting.
He promised a less divisive, more reform-minded council.
Detroit got neither.
...Now Pugh, the normally gregarious council president who had sparked new hope for Detroit, is facing 5 to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty Wednesday to sexually assaulting a 14-year-old boy while Pugh was a Fox 2 reporter.
In June, he was arrested in New York City, where he had been living since disappearing in 2013."
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There’s a new way to take down drones, and it doesn’t involve shotguns

There’s a new way to take down drones, and it doesn’t involve shotguns | Ars Technica
"The advent of inexpensive consumer drones has generated a novel predicament for firefighters, law-enforcement officers, and ordinary citizens who encounter crafts they believe are interfering with their safety or privacy. 
In a series of increasingly common events—several of them chronicled by Ars—drones perceived as trespassing have been blown out of the sky with shotguns. 
Firefighters have also complained that hobbyist drones pose a significant threat that sometimes prompts them to ground helicopters.
Now, a researcher has demonstrated a significantly more subtle and proactive remedy that doesn't involve shotgun blasts or after-the-fact arrests by law enforcement. 
It's a radio transmitter that seizes complete control of nearby drones as they're in mid-flight. 
From then on, the drones are under the full control of the person with the hijacking device. 
The remote control in the possession of the original operator experiences a loss of all functions, including steering, acceleration, and altitude. 
The hack works against any drone that communicates over DSMx, a widely used remote control protocol for operating hobbyist drones, planes, helicopters, cars, and boats.
Besides hijacking a drone, the device provides a digital fingerprint that's unique to each craft. 
The fingerprint can be used to identify trusted drones from unfriendly ones and potentially to provide forensic evidence for use in criminal or civil court cases. 
Unlike most other counter-drone technologies publicly demonstrated to date, it isn't a frequency jammer that merely prevents a remote control from communicating with a drone. 
Instead, it gives the holder the ability to completely seize control of the unmanned craft..."

Lunch video-----Law Enforcement Motivation


The worst of ObamaCare is yet to come | New York Post

The worst of ObamaCare is yet to come | New York Post:

"Still ahead: Budget crises in the states that accepted temporary federal bribes to massively expand their Medicaid rolls. More premium hikes on the exchanges, as ever fewer healthy people sign up for coverage — prompting even lower enrollment, and more price hikes, in a sharp “death spiral.”

The “Cadillac tax” will kick in soon, too — so if your union has won great health coverage at the bargaining table, that plan will pay a penalty to Uncle Sam.

The legal challenges aren’t done yet, either."

John Stossel: The ruling class, this election and you

John Stossel: The ruling class, this election and you | Fox News
"...The elite have a lot of influence over how we see things.
I don't like Donald Trump.
I used to.
I once found him refreshing and honest.
Now I think he's a mean bully.
I think that partly because he mocked a disabled person.
I saw it on TV.
He waved his arms around to mimic a New York Times reporter with a disability -- but wait!
It turns out that Trump used the same gestures and tone of speech to mock Ted Cruz and a general he didn't' like. 

It's not nice, but it doesn't appear directed at a disability.
I only discovered this when researching the media elite for my TV show.
Image result for media liesEven though I'm a media junkie, I hadn't seen the other side of the story. 
The elite spoon-fed me their version of events.
Another reason I don't like Trump is that he supported the Iraq war -- and then lied about that.
Media pooh-bahs told me Trump pushed for the war years ago on The Howard Stern Show.
But then I listened to what Trump actually said.
"Are you for invading Iraq?" Stern asked.
Trump replied, "Yeah, I guess ... so."
Later, on Neil Cavuto's show, Trump said, "Perhaps (Bush) shouldn't be doing it yet, and perhaps we should be waiting for the United Nations."
I wouldn't call that "support" -- the way NBC's debate moderator and many others have.
I was stunned by how thoroughly the media have distorted Trump's position. 
That's a privilege you get when you're part of the media elite:
You get to steer the masses' thinking.
At the second debate, we all know that Trump walked over to Hillary Clinton's podium, as if he was "stalking Ms. Clinton like prey," said The New York Times.
CNN said, "Trump looms behind Hillary Clinton at the debate."
Afterward, Clinton went on Ellen DeGeneres' show and said Trump would "literally stalk me around the stage, and I would just feel this presence behind me.
I thought, 'Whoa, this is really weird.'"
But it was a lie. 
Watch the video. 
Clinton walked over to Trump's podium. 
Did the mainstream media tell you that? 
The ruling class has its themes, and it sticks to them.
When Clinton wore white to a debate, the Times called the color an "emblem of hope" and a Philadelphia Inquirer writer used words like "soft and strong ... a dream come true." 
But when Melania Trump wore white, that same writer called it a "scary statement," as if Melania Trump's white symbolized white supremacy, "another reminder that in the G.O.P. white is always right..."

Russian Scientists Predict Ice Age Within 15 Years

Russian Scientists Predict Ice Age Within 15 Years
Russian Scientists Predict Ice Age Within 15 Years Because Sun Is ‘Cooling’

Several scientists have predicted a coming ice age due to the extreme cooling of the sun as measured by active sun spots, or eruptions. Obviously, the science of global warming is not ‘settled’ as claimed by warmists.  TN Editor
Experts say that solar activity as low as it currently is has not been seen since the mini-ice age that took place between 1645 and 1715 – a period known as the Maunder Minimum where the entire Thames froze over.
A new model has allowed experts to predict solar activity with more accuracy than ever before and it suggests that magnetic activity will fall by 60 per cent between 2030 and 2040.
The model looks at the Sun’s ’11-year heartbeat’ – the period it takes for magnetic activity to fluctuate. This cycle was first discovered some 173 years ago.
However, a mathematician has established a more up-to-date model that can forecast what the solar cycles will look like based upon dynamo effects in two layers of the Sun.
...“Combining both waves together and comparing to real data for the current solar cycle, we found that our predictions showed an accuracy of 97 per cent.”
Ms Zharkova says the next cycle is set to peak in 2022, and the cycle after, known as Cycle 26, will herald a new ice age.

1 in 4 U.S. teachers are chronically absent, missing more than 10 days of school

1 in 4 U.S. teachers are chronically absent, missing more than 10 days of school - The Washington Post:
"More than 1 in 4 of the nation’s full-time teachers are considered chronically absent from school, according to federal data, missing the equivalent of more than two weeks of classes each academic year in what some districts say has become an educational crisis.
The U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights estimated this summer that 27 percent of the nation’s teachers are out of school for more than 10 days of regular classes — some missing far more than 10 days — based on self-reported numbers from the nation’s school districts.
But some school systems, especially those in poor, rural areas and in some major cities, saw chronic absenteeism among teachers rise above 75 percent in 2014, the last year for which data is available.
In the Alamance-Burlington School District, located between Greensboro and Chapel Hill, N.C., 80 percent of its 1,500 teachers missed more than 10 days of school in the 2013-2014 school year. Cleveland reported that about 84 percent of its 2,700 teachers had excessive absences.
Nevada’s Clark County School District, which includes Las Vegas, reported that more than half of its 17,000 teachers were chronically absent — missing a total of at least 85,000 work days, or the equivalent number of hours that nearly 500 teachers would work during an entire 180-day school year..."
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‘If this goes viral, Trump will win’: Michael Moore leaves internet dazed, confused and on fire | BizPac Review

‘If this goes viral, Trump will win’: Michael Moore leaves internet dazed, confused and on fire | BizPac Review:

"A video excerpt from liberal Michael Moore is taking the internet by storm. But it’s not Moore’s loyal fans singing his praises for a passionate political confession – it’s Donald Trump’s supporters who are doing the cheering.

In the speech that was given before an audience in Ohio, reportedly for the film “Trumpland,” Moore delves deep into the mindset of Trump’s appeal."

October (non) Surprise.... Obamacare Is Collapsing...

Steve Russo - October (non) Surprise.... Obamacare Is Collapsing...:
And don't forget the current increases are on top of the past massive, YEARLY, premium increases. Oh yes, those pesky deductibles and co-pays. 
Up every year. And I almost forgot this minor annoyance. 
The number of Drs. and specialists moving out of Medicare (already gone from Obamacare) to "private pay only". 
In the same manner the rich never see a TSA line or stacked lines of airliners at their executive airport, they'll never have any experience with the "healthcare" they vote for us little people.
"October (non) Surprise.... Obamacare Is Collapsing and Rates Are Going Up! Alternative Headline.... The Affordable Care Act, Is Unaffordable
In the... "We told you so" category....
Image result for obama care liesRegardless of what Obama, Hillary and Democrats told you, their executive fiat and destruction of our Healthcare System is working exactly as they planned. 
And Democrats own every single page of this massive 3500 pages (11,000 pages of regulations) leviathan of failure. 
So get ready to pay out your ass for substandard care. 
Everything Obama, Pelosi, Reid, Hillary and Democrats told you, wouldn't happen, is happening. Shocker, they lied.
~ THEN: Obama: "We're going to lower premiums, per family, by $2,500 per year."
NOW: Obama Admin Announces Obamacare Premiums Will Rise By 22% to 70% Next Year
NOW: Obama: I Had Nothing To Do With Skyrocketing Healthcare Costs!
~ THEN: 36 Times Obama Said You Can Keep Your Healthcare Plan and Doctor...
NOW: Blue Cross, Aetna, United, Humana Flee Obamacare Exchanges
NOW: More Than 1 Million Will Lose Healthcare Insurance in 2017 ...
NOW: Whether retiring early or fleeing... doctors are leaving healthcare
...Clinton Thug Robert Creamer Planned Obamacare in Jail

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History for October 27

History for October 27 -
Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (Erasmus of Rotterdam) 1466 - Dutch Renaissance humanist, Theodore Roosevelt (U.S.) 1858, Emily Post (Price) 1873

Dylan Thomas 1914, John Cleese 1939 - Actor, comedian, Lee Greenwood 1942 - Singer

1659 - William Robinson and Marmaduke Stevenson became the first Quakers to be executed in America.

1787 - The first of the Federalist Papers were published in the New York Independent. The series of 85 essays, written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay, were published under the pen name "Publius."

1858 - Roland Macy opened Macy's Department Store in New York City. It was Macy's eighth business adventure, the other seven failed.

1904 - The New York subway system officially opened. It was the first rapid-transit subway system in America.

1925 - Fred Waller received a patent for water skis.

1938 - Du Pont announced "nylon" as the new name for its new synthetic yarn.

1947 - "You Bet Your Life," the radio show starring Grouch Marx, premiered on ABC. It was later shown on NBC television.

1954 - The first Walt Disney television show "Disneyland" premiered on ABC.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016



Life Preserver

By Tammy Derouin

We are all products of our experiences.  Everyone will encounter a wide range of emotional events in their lifetime.  On the scale of life, we sometimes have to journey to those outermost ends of the scale.  We experience extreme highs, which we never want to end and miserable lows, which can’t end soon enough.  Finding a spot which keeps life reasonably balanced is most desirable.

As much as you would like, you cannot control everything in your life.  There will always be outside forces which will try to influence your spot on the scale. Numerous experiences will enrich your life. Many individuals and events play a positive role in shaping the path you travel.  There are also experiences where individuals or events will attempt to destroy you.  Finding a balance during such difficult times isn’t always easy. 

How you handle outside, destructive forces, plays a big part in how or if you survive the attack.  Sometimes you end up floating in misery for a while; that’s life and it’s unavoidable.  But, knowing when the life preserver has been thrown and then grabbing a hold of it, puts the control right back in your hands; tipping the scale back in your favor.  There comes a time when you have to decide, are you going to wallow and more than likely drown or are you going to swim and attempt to survive?

It truly comes down to survival.  Once you realize that your life and your liberty are priceless gifts, you will do everything you can to protect and defend them.......