Monday, May 31, 2021

Army vet reacts to Kamala Harris taking heat for Memorial Day tweet

Biden's ATF Director to Admit: 'I Want to Ban the AR-15' - Louder With Crowder

Biden's ATF Director to Admit: 'I Want to Ban the AR-15' - Louder With Crowder
If you are an American even marginally concerned about the second amendment, you've no doubt been mocked by leftists. "You silly rube. Democrats aren't coming for your guns." Even when Joe Biden said he's coming for our guns and nominated an anti-gun looney tune for ATF Director, we're the ones being paranoid. We're told it's insane to think that the government is coming for our guns. Independent "fact" checkers say so.

Taking Chance. A Memorial Day Tribute

How NATO Would Wage a Fourth Battle of the Atlantic Against Russia - 19FortyFive

How NATO Would Wage a Fourth Battle of the Atlantic Against Russia - 19FortyFive
"Over at Business Insider, Christopher Woody has the story of how NATO navies are working to
keep the sea lanes connecting North America with Europe open in times of war. 
These routes amount to connective tissue binding together the North Atlantic community. 
Cut them through surface, undersea, or air warfare and you dismember the alliance. 
In other words, you isolate forces in Europe from U.S. and Canadian reinforcements and simplify the task of defeating the detachment of NATO forces in Europe.

Past foes found this logic compelling; so do present-day rivals.
...Now Russia is following the familiar pattern, dispatching nuclear-powered attack submarines to menace sea traffic. 
In time Russia’s fellow denizen of the wretched hive of scum and villainy, Communist China, could help it make trouble...Read all.

America's Overseas Cemeteries

Memorial Day Tribute to Fallen Soldiers | Tribute | Memorial Day 2021

The price of liberty...

 

Ron DeSantis Savages Corporate Media Still Attacking Him - Louder With Crowder

Ron DeSantis Savages Corporate Media Still Attacking Him - Louder With Crowder: Can we just admit that Ron DeSantis has won? Not that the pandemic was a competition between the states. But we did wind up with fifty different examples of governing, and DeSantis crushed everyone. He made Andrew Cuomo his bitch, forced Gavin Newsom to cry mean girl tears, and caused Greg Abbott to say, "oh, so that's what an actual FREE state looks like." America's Governor went from having leftist dickweeds protesting as the grim reaper to a 53% approval rating due to his leadership. He's Tom Brady winning the Super Bowl and Bobby Lashley retaining the WWE title. Both events, mind you, also happened in Florida this year.

Remember.

 

Vera Lynn: When I Grow too Old to Dream

U.S. monitoring Iranian warships that may be headed to Venezuela - POLITICO

U.S. monitoring Iranian warships that may be headed to Venezuela - POLITICO
  • Tehran's intent in sending the vessels in the direction of the Western Hemisphere remains a mystery, as does their cargo.
"The U.S. national security community is monitoring two Iranian naval vessels whose ultimate destination may be Venezuela, according to three people familiar with the situation, in what would be a provocative move at a tense moment in U.S.-Iran relations.
...U.S. officials do not know for sure the destination of the Iranian ships, these officials said, but believe they may be ultimately headed for Venezuela. 
Iran’s intent in sending the vessels in the direction of the Western Hemisphere remains a mystery, the people said, as does their cargo...Read all.

Never forget-----The Price We Paid - A Gold Star Family Legacy of Sacrifice

Their loss is never forgotten.

 

Public HS principal to valedictorian: Mentioning your Christian faith in graduation speech is 'not appropriate.' But valedictorian is fighting back. - TheBlaze

Public HS principal to valedictorian: Mentioning your Christian faith in graduation speech is 'not appropriate.' But valedictorian is fighting back. - TheBlaze

A Michigan public high school principal is getting called out by a legal firm after telling one of the valedictorians that mentioning her Christian faith in her graduation speech is "not appropriate."

Why?


 

"...with our actions..."

 

Not Forgotten - WSJ

Not Forgotten - WSJ
  • A revival of Memorial Day traditions and an enduring example of bravery.
"...Charlie McKenna reports for the Boston Globe on the families of the fallen who have come to honor their dead:
Melida Arredondo, whose stepson Alex was killed in Iraq in 2004, said fellow Gold Star families who take in the display share a unique connection.
“Being out here seeing the other families - there’s a bond. You might not even know the other family’s first name or whatever, you just remember the kids,” she said.
She said it was a profound feeling “just to be here and honor each other as those who have lost their loved ones, honoring the troops who have lost their compañeros, and honoring those from Massachusetts who have died for liberty.”
Of course those who have died for liberty come from every state. 
It is perhaps an especially good time to remember a hero from Colorado who died 50 years ago this week. U.S. Army Maj. William Edward Adams was a helicopter pilot who was killed trying to rescue comrades in Vietnam’s Kontum Province. 
When he set out he must have known how much the odds were stacked against him. 
The citation for his Medal of Honor notes that he “volunteered to fly a lightly armed helicopter in an attempt to evacuate three seriously wounded soldiers from a small fire base which was under attack by a large enemy force. He made the decision with full knowledge that numerous antiaircraft weapons were positioned around the base and that the clear weather would afford the enemy gunners an unobstructed view.”...Read all.

Southwest Captain brings his Dad (Col. Roy Knight) back home!

#1 Movie this week 1942-----This Above All - Trailer

The White Cliffs of Dover - Vera Lynn (1942)

#1 This day 1945-----Sentimental Journey - Les Brown (Doris Day, vocal)

Memorial Day Tribute - "Thank You"

Former teachers union president reveals why he went from fighting against charter schools to promoting them: 'They're bad for unions, not for kids' - TheBlaze

Former teachers union president reveals why he went from fighting against charter schools to promoting them: 'They're bad for unions, not for kids' - TheBlaze

Charters are a form of school choice that the unions fear will one day lead to education vouchers, which will allow students to receive government dollars to escape the many failing public schools that unions have so long dominated. The schools also have the freedom to create classrooms that meet students' needs and hire non-union employees. Now a former teachers union president is explaining why he went from fighting against charter schools to advocating for them.

Ocean explorer discovers 5 sunken WWII subs, giving closure to hundreds of families

  • Ocean explorer discovers 5 sunken WWII subs, giving closure to hundreds of families
"Since she was a young girl, Helen Cashell Baldwin had been haunted by the mystery of what happened to the doomed Navy submarine USS R-12.
Baldwin's father, Fredrick Edward Cashell, and 41 other men died in June 1943 when the submarine sank off the Florida Keys during a World War II training exercise. 
The R-12 could not be found, and as Baldwin went from an 8-year-old girl to a 75-year-old woman, she all but lost hope that it would ever be discovered.
"As a teenager, I found myself looking for him, because there was never a funeral," Baldwin said. 
"There was never a memorial service... There was nothing."
But in 2011, a relative forwarded her a website claiming that the submarine had been found. 
Ocean explorer Tim Taylor, who set up the site, wanted to get in touch with relatives of the victims...Read all.

A sacred day.

 

History for May 31

History for May 31 - On-This-Day.com
Clint Eastwood 1930 - Actor ("Pale Rider")
  • 1870 - E.J. DeSemdt patented asphalt.
  • 1884 - Dr. John Harvey Kellogg patented "flaked cereal."
  • 1900 - U.S. troops arrived in Peking to help put down the Boxer Rebellion.
  • 1913 - The 17th Amendment went into effect. It provided for popular election of U.S. senators.
  • 1955 - The U.S. Supreme Court ordered that all states must end racial segregation "with all deliberate speed."
  • 1962 - Adolf Eichmann was hanged in Israel. Eichmann was a Gestapo official and was executed for his actions in the Nazi Holocaust.
  • 1977 - The trans-Alaska oil pipeline was finished after 3 years of construction.
  • 1995 - Bob Dole singled out Time Warner for "the marketing of evil" in movies and music. Dole later admitted that he had not seen or heard much of what he had been criticizing.(one does NOT need to see everything in movies and music to know that filth dominates.)

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Migrants from overseas are now flocking to the southern border to enter the US - TheBlaze

Migrants from overseas are now flocking to the southern border to enter the US - TheBlaze:

 A new wave of migrants who are not from the typical countries that flood the U.S. southern border are attempting to illegally enter the United States, according to a report from Axios. There are tens of thousands of illegal immigrants from overseas who are traveling to the southern border because they believe they can gain access to the U.S. during the current migrant crisis.

The way we were-----Spring Valley Memorial Day (Memorial Park) - 1953

It’s a Travesty to Compare the Capitol Siege to 9/11

It’s a Travesty to Compare the Capitol Siege to 9/11
  • More than 3,000 children never saw their parents again. 
  • On Jan. 6, Congress returned within hours.
"Democratic lawmakers want to establish a “9/11-style commission” to investigate the siege of the Capitol on Jan. 6. 
“I would like to see Jan. 6 burned into the American mind as firmly as 9/11, because it was that scale of a shock to the system,” commentator George Will said recently. 
The attempt to reconfigure the “domestic terrorist” narrative to fit the horrifying story of Sept. 11 is profoundly disheartening. 
These two events are fundamentally different in nature, scope and consequences. 
Mentioning them in the same breath not only diminishes the horror of what happened on 9/11; it tells a false story to the generation of Americans who are too young to remember that day nearly 20 years ago.
My brother, Charles “Chic” Burlingame, was the pilot of American Airlines flight 77. 
He was murdered in his cockpit at age 51 in a 6½-minute struggle for control of the airplane. 
Here is what I want these young people to know...Read all.

Tomorrow. Take a moment to remember.




Democrat's "dream" ruler-----Joe Biden Makes Incredibly Creepy Comment About Little Girl

Joe Biden Makes Incredibly Creepy Comment About Little Girl
"Joe Biden was at Joint Base Langley speaking to members of the military ahead of the Memorial Day weekend to recognize their service.
Biden delivered long, rambling remarks, spending a lot of time talking about his son, Beau Biden, who had been in the military...
Biden then praised a woman who had spoken before him, who was a veteran and was now a military spouse, there with her three children, two boys and a little girl who was no older than six. 
Then he turned and looked at the little girl and what he said was just beyond creepy.

“I love those barrettes in your hair. Man, I’ll tell you what, look at her she looks like she’s 19 years old sitting there like a little lady with her legs crossed.”...Read all.

Criminal heyday: Chicago Police Dept. ends foot chases for low-level offenses - TheBlaze

Criminal heyday: Chicago Police Dept. ends foot chases for low-level offenses - TheBlaze

After only about two months of serious deliberation, the Chicago Police Department on Wednesday unveiled a new policy that largely ends the practice of officers pursuing suspects on foot.

You think "green" energy is free???? Hah! 50% increase starts Tuesday!-----Consumers Energy starting to charge “summer peak rate” this summer

Consumers Energy starting to charge “summer peak rate” this summer
  • Company said rate increase to pay for more expensive electricity
JACKSON, Mich. (WILX) - Consumers Energy is implementing a “summer peak rate” from June 1 until September 30. 
It will charge 1.5 times the normal rate for electricity from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday - Friday during this time.
The company said they will use electric meters to keep track of when energy is being used...Read all.

In America today, no-lives-matter... unless they can be used for financial or political gain.-----Florida shooting: 2 killed, at least 20 others injured after shooters fire into a crowd at a Forida club

  • Florida shooting: 2 killed, at least 20 others injured after shooters fire into a crowd at a Forida club
"Two people were killed and at least 20 others were injured in a shooting early Sunday outside of a billiards club in Hialeah, Florida, according to Miami-Dade police director Alfredo Ramirez III.
A white Nissan Pathfinder pulled up to the location between 12 a.m. and 1 a.m., Ramirez said.
Three people got out with assault weapons and handguns and started firing into the crowd that was gathered for a concert at the venue, he said.
Two people were pronounced dead at the scene and 20 to 25 victims are at various nearby hospitals, Ramirez said.
...The Miami-Dade Police Department is asking anyone with information to contact authorities...Read all.

Lunch video-----USS Thresher 'The End of the Line'

Noon-toon


Reporter Sues Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot for Discrimination - Louder With Crowder

Reporter Sues Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot for Discrimination - Louder With Crowder

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is two years into her first term in office. To mark the occasion, she is discriminating against white reporters who want to ask her about it. One white reporter is taking her to court. Thomas Catenacci, a caucasian reporter working for the Daily Caller News Foundation, has been denied access to the mayor after multiple attempts. The lawsuit alleges this is "clearly blocking press freedom through racial discrimination." In other words, LAWYER UP!

She IS the democrat party! Creepy, clueless, crass!


Snowflake students getting flakier!-----Citing their ‘feelings,’ university theater students rail against play selection

Citing their ‘feelings,’ university theater students rail against play selection
  • Western Washington University theater students are trying to cancel their department’s fall play since their “identities” were “grossly misrepresented in this decision.”
  • In addition to “trigger warnings” for sexual harassment and “inappropriate portrayals of gender and sexuality,” the students are concerned that depictions of isolation would be “mentally taxing” due to recent COVID-19 quarantines.
"According to a letter from students to the school’s theater department, the play “No Exit” by Jean-Paul Satre “holds problematic themes.”
As Encyclopedia Britannica describes, the 1944 play centers upon three recently deceased individuals and their experience in the author’s perception of hell. 
One of the characters, Inez, is a predatory lesbian.
“When choosing a play for the upcoming season, there seemed to be a blind spot: gender and sexuality were not considered,” wrote the students. “
We understand that this is a piece that is meant to challenge us as a department, but this play is not challenging if it doesn’t allow us to feel safe. We as students do not shy away from challenging pieces, but we will be critiquing the department if they create an unsafe space for us to create art.”...Read all.

Not even trying to hide their hate and perversion.


 

A worthy read to prepare for tomorrow-----Memorial Day: A Marine's perspective on gratitude and sacrifice - Sandboxx

Memorial Day: A Marine's perspective on gratitude and sacrifice - Sandboxx
"Memorial Day rings a bit differently for veterans than it does for many civilians. 
For many of us, the mournful reflection of this holiday isn’t a general remembrance of the sacrifices men and women have made on our behalf over the years… for some of us, that mournful reflection comes attached to specific names: friends, loved ones, brothers or sisters in arms that we’ve lost...
...Memorial Day isn’t about loss, it’s about sacrifice. 
At times, they look alike, and truth be told, in our hearts, they even feel alike… but the differences between them are significant...Read all.

#1 This day 1943-----Harry James & Helen Forrest I've Heard That Song Before

USS Thresher (SSN-593) (documentary)

"The second USS Thresher (SSN-593) was the lead boat of her class of nuclear-powered attack submarines in the United States Navy. 
Her loss at sea in the North Atlantic during deep-diving tests approximately 220 miles east of Boston, Massachusetts, on 10 April 1963 was a watershed event for the U.S. Navy, leading to the implementation of a rigorous submarine safety program known as SUBSAFE. 
Judging by the 129 crew members and shipyard personnel who were killed in the incident, historic context and significance, the sinking of Thresher was then, and remains today, the world's worst submarine disaster. 
As the first nuclear submarine lost at sea, its disappearance generated international shock and sympathy."

Maritime Mystery: USS Scorpion disaster kills 99 sailors

"NORFOLK, Va. -- A stone cross honoring Joseph Baar stands at silent attention at Richmond National Cemetery, but unlike most burial sites, the Henrico man's grave is empty. 

“Tragic. It's just tragic,” Barbara Gilliam said. 

“Your whole life changes. I can’t believe he is not coming home.”...Read all.

Ron DeSantis: Lockdowns are Making Voters Switch to GOP - Louder With Crowder

Ron DeSantis: Lockdowns are Making Voters Switch to GOP - Louder With Crowder

One of the great ironies of America is how voters - Democrat ones - will vote for politicians who raise their taxes and make cost of living unaffordable. When it gets to be too expensive, they'll move. And continue to vote for the people and policies that caused them to leave their previous home. Texans are seeing it as more and more Californias bring their regulations and homeless with them. It's concerning for free red states seeing the migration of people leaving locked down commie states. Not Ron DeSantis though. According to America's Governor, the people moving to Florida are smarter than that.

USS Silversides 'The Silversides Story'

Sunday 11am! Lost Boat Ceremony 2020



History for May 30

Gale Sayers 1943 - Football player
  • 1814 - The First Treaty of Paris was declared, which returned France to its 1792 borders.
  • 1848 - W.G. Young patented the ice cream freezer.
  • 1868 - Memorial Day was observed widely for the first time in the U.S.
  • 1896 - The first automobile accident occurred in New York City.
  • 1911 - Ray Harroun won the first Indianapolis 500. At the time, it was known as International 500-Mile Sweepstakes Race. Harroun's average speed was 74.59 miles per hour.
  • 1922 - The Lincoln Memorial was dedicated in Washington, DC.
  • 1958 - Unidentified soldiers killed in World War II and the Korean conflicts were buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
  • 1989 - The "Goddess of Democracy" statue (33 feet height) was erected in Tiananmen Square by student demonstrators.
  • 1997 - Jesse K. Timmendequas was convicted in Trenton, NJ, of raping and strangling a 7-year-old neighbor, Megan Kanka. The 1994 murder inspired "Megan's Law," requiring that communities be notified when sex offenders move in.
  • 2012 - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the Portion Cap Rule. The proposed amendment to the city health code would have required that food service establishments limit the size of sugary beverages to 16 ounces. On June 26, 2014, the New York Court of Appeals ruled that the New York City Board of Health had exceeded the scope of its regulatory authority.

Saturday, May 29, 2021

Michigan Secretary of State Warns County Boards Against Ordering Audits

Michigan Secretary of State Warns County Boards Against Ordering Audits

The office of the Michigan secretary of state has told two county clerks that they do not legally have to provide access to voting equipment maintained by their office if ordered to do so by county boards.

The way we were-----Dairy Queen in every small town - Life in America

"Water"!-----The Second World Wars with Victor Davis Hanson | Water

"This is the third lecture in our free online course on World War II featuring military historian Victor Davis Hanson.
World War II, the greatest armed conflict in human history, encompassed global fighting in unprecedented ways. 
This course analyzes Allied and Axis investments and strategies that led one side to win and the other to lose. 
It also considers how the war’s diverse theaters, belligerents, and ways of fighting came eventually to define a single war..."

Racists Make A Comeback With All New Ways To Be Racist!

"A young Klansman brings some new, progressive ideas to the KKK's table."

Sweden Goes From Being One Of The Safest Countries In Europe To The Second Most Dangerous | ZeroHedge

Sweden Goes From Being One Of The Safest Countries In Europe To The Second Most Dangerous | ZeroHedge
  • A new investigation finds that Sweden has gone from being one of the safest European countries 20 years ago in terms of gun crime to the second most dangerous.
The study, published by the country’s National Council on Crime Prevention (Brå), reveals that Sweden is the only country on the continent where shootings have increased substantially since the start of the century.

Most of the fatal shootings in Sweden (around 80 percent) had a link to organised crime, according to the study, a proportion which had risen from 30 to 50 percent in the early 2000s and less than 20 percent in the 1990s. Brå also compared the proportion to other countries: around 60 percent of fatal shootings were linked to organised crime in the Netherlands, while in Finland such events were extremely rare, reports The Local.

...In a country where criticizing mass immigration is basically a thought crime, no consideration is even afforded to the possibility that the large number of Muslim migrants the country has absorbed over the last two decades could be a factor.

“Suspected perpetrators; Ali Mohammed, Mahmod, Mohammed, Mohammed Ali, again, again, again. Christopher… what, is it true? Yes, a Swedish name snuck in on the edges of a drug crime. Mohammed, Mahmod Ali, again and again,” he added...Read all.

Fools and liars!-----The Media Look Like FOOLS Now, And Had to Admit They Were WRONG!

New York Times COVID Reporter Says It's "Racist" To Discuss Wuhan Lab Leak Theory | ZeroHedge

New York Times COVID Reporter Says It's "Racist" To Discuss Wuhan Lab Leak Theory | ZeroHedge
  • A New York Times reporter who specializes in COVID-19 coverage tweeted that it was “racist” to even talk about the Wuhan lab leak theory...Read all

Lunch video-----What's Holding the Arab World Back?

Noon-toon


 

Wisconsin election managers referred 41 voter fraud cases to prosecutors over 5-year period | Washington Examiner

Wisconsin election managers referred 41 voter fraud cases to prosecutors over 5-year period | Washington Examiner

The Wisconsin Elections Commission released a report this week detailing the 41 voter fraud cases that local clerks have turned over to local prosecutors in recent years.

“We want the public to understand that we take these matters seriously,” Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe said.

The report covers fraud cases that date as far back as 2016.

NEVER trust the lyin-lib media!


 

Just Who Made Obama's Birth Certificate an Issue? - American Thinker

Just Who Made Obama's Birth Certificate an Issue? - American Thinker
"...Obama, writes Dovere, "would never forgive [Trump] for turning a fringe obsession with his birth certificate into an issue he'd had to address from the White House briefing room in 2011."
...In the way of background, a week prior to the 2008 Democratic National Convention, attorney Philip Berg filed a federal suit in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania challenging Obama's constitutional eligibility to be president. 
 A Democrat and former deputy attorney general for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Berg expected to be taken seriously. 
 He wasn't. 
 The media expressed zero interest in his suit.
..."I was deprived of my due process rights to be heard," Berg would later write. "Judge Surrick made some outlandish comments claiming Obama had been properly vetted, and that was completely untrue." Berg's claim here is accurate.  The media's failure to investigate Obama's background is a scandal in its own right. 
...Birtherism remained in the shadows until Donald Trump cast some light on the issue beginning with his speech at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) convention in February 2011.
"Our current president came out of nowhere, came out of nowhere," said Trump. "In fact, I'll go a step further. The people who went to school with him, they never saw him; they don't know who he is. It's crazy." This is the only section of Trump's speech Obama quotes in A Promised Land.
Obama omits what Trump said immediately afterward. 
"With no track record, and I will tell you, he's got nothing to criticize — you've got no record, you can't be criticized," Trump continued. "Wonderful guy, he's a nice man, but there was no record, nothing to criticize. ... But he is our president."
...What attracted Trump to the birther issue was not Obama's race, but his inexplicable resistance to sharing his birth certificate. 
If Obama were born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961, there would have been no reason not to share it....Read all.

"Rand attacks...!!!"


 

The Real Problem with the Blue-State Model

The Real Problem with the Blue-State Model
  • It’s not just high taxes; it’s lousy services, too.
"Last April, shortly after New Jersey governor Phil Murphy proposed a budget with hundreds of millions of dollars in new taxes, his Texas counterpart, Greg Abbott, published an op-ed in the Garden State’s largest newspaper, inviting businesses and residents to consider moving south. 
“I’d like to throw a lifeline to businesses and families throughout New Jersey who are looking for greater economic opportunity and relief from high taxes. Come to Texas and be a part of our economic success story,” wrote Abbott. “Combine our low taxes and reasonable regulatory environment with our access to global markets and our robust infrastructure, and it’s easy to see why the Texas economy continues to flourish.”
Shortly afterward, Murphy responded in the Dallas Morning News, explaining that his budget sought to move Jersey in a “stronger and fairer” direction, after years of putting “the wealthy and big corporations ahead of ordinary people.” 
  • He didn’t explain how his state—with the nation’s third-highest corporate income tax and its worst business climate—had put “corporations ahead” of ordinary people. 
  • Nor did Murphy clarify how Jersey, where the top 1 percent of households pays 38 percent of the income taxes, favored “the wealthy.” 
...Many who say that they plan to leave say that taxes are indeed a factor. 
But lurking in the data are other reasons, including mounting discontent with what residents actually get for their tax dollars. 
Independent studies show that on the core tasks that people think government should do—building roads and bridges, running airports and transit systems, or otherwise spending tax dollars well—high-tax states rank low, despite enormous financial resources...Read all.

#1 This day 1966-----Percy Sledge - When A Man Loves A Woman (Live)

And democrat voters say they hate the rich?-----IT’S GOOD TO BE THE NOMENKLATURA

Instapundit--IT’S GOOD TO BE THE NOMENKLATURA

"Granholm’s Green Energy Millions. 

“On Wednesday, Granholm confirmed she earned a $1.6 million profit on her shares of Proterra amid a firestorm over her financial ties to an electric vehicle company repeatedly promoted by the Biden administration. 

In selling off her shares, Granholm was able to defer paying capital gains taxes on the $1.6 million sale because cabinet officials are not penalized with the tax on assets they are required to sell as a condition of joining the administration. 

The Biden administration is seeking to raise the capital gains tax on America’s wealthiest families.”--Posted by 

And the media is silent.


 

Tucker: Most Americans aren't aware of the research

Why Was Dr. Fauci Put in Charge of the COVID-19 Pandemic After His Disastrous HIV Epidemic Performance?

Why Was Dr. Fauci Put in Charge of the COVID-19 Pandemic After His Disastrous HIV Epidemic Performance?
"...During the HIV crisis in the early 1980s, Dr. Fauci created a similar panic regarding transmission. Fauci speculated that the virus could spread through regular household contact based on detecting the infection in an infant. 
The media immediately seized on this assertion and created panic and a stigma for those infected.
Perhaps the most famous case of this stigma was Ryan White. 
He was a hemophiliac diagnosed at 13 after receiving an infected transfusion of a blood-clotting factor to treat his disease. 
Because of casual transmission fears, he had to fight to return to school following his diagnosis at the age of 13, when the virus was considered terminal.
...People wondered if their fellow citizens were a mortal threat. 
At the time, other researchers had advanced the idea of blood- and body-fluid routes of transmission based on the evidence provided by the transmission pattern. 
The media largely ignored them in favor of Dr. Fauci’s more startling speculation during the election season of another Republican president the Left was desperate to defeat.
Ultimately, Dr. Fauci’s colleagues were proven correct...Read all.

AM Fruitcake


 

History for May 29

History for May 29 - On-This-Day.com
Gilbert Keith Chesterton 1874 - Writer of philosophy, ontolory, poetry
  • 1765 - Patrick Henry denounced the Stamp Act before Virginia's House of Burgesses.
  • 1790 - Rhode Island became the last of the original thirteen colonies to ratify the U.S. Constitution.
  • 1849 - A patent for lifting vessels was granted to Abraham Lincoln.
  • 1912 - Fifteen women were dismissed from their jobs at the Curtis Publishing Company in Philadelphia, PA, for dancing the Turkey Trot while on the job.
  • 1922 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that organized baseball was a sport, not subject to antitrust laws.
  • 1953 - Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay became first men to reach the top of Mount Everest.
  • 1990 - Boris Yeltsin was elected president of the Russian republic by the Russian parliament.

Friday, May 28, 2021

'Transyouth' expert: Kids should have choice to undergo 'life altering' surgery because they 'most of the time make good decisions' - TheBlaze

'Transyouth' expert: Kids should have choice to undergo 'life altering' surgery because they 'most of the time make good decisions' - TheBlaze

Video footage posted on social media shows a transgender-affirming medical professional arguing that children should be able to choose to undergo sex reassignment procedures because they "most of the time make good decisions."

And besides, the doctor added — in specific reference to breast reduction surgery — it can always be reversed later in life.

The way we were-----Inside India, 1950s

Where democrats rule!-----New Jersey Corruption UPDATE

Fail at your job? Blame the cops!-----Crybaby: Chesa Boudin blames lazy, racist cops for San Francisco's crime surge and his own unpopularity - American Thinker

Crybaby: Chesa Boudin blames lazy, racist cops for San Francisco's crime surge and his own unpopularity - American Thinker
"Apparently, all would be paradise in crime-pit San Francisco if it weren't for all those lazy, racist cops who are persecuting poor, heroic Chesa Boudin, the city's leftist do-nothing district attorney.
That's the word from young Chesa, stepson of Bill Ayers, son of a terrorist convicted of killing a black cop, and former Hugo Chávez adviser, who's suddenly found himself unpopular in the city and facing a voter recall.
According to KPIX5 CBS of San Francisco (hat tip: LegalInsurrection.com):
District Attorney Chesa Boudin claimed..."The reality is the POA (police officers union) needs someone to point the finger at and this isn't a new issue," he said. 

...the POA wants to get away without doing their job. They want to get away with allowing their officers to send racist text messages, to use excessive force against the community and to engage in systematic violations of civil rights of Black and brown drivers on our streets...Read all.

Don Surber: Blacktivists say "people of color" is racist

Don Surber: Blacktivists say "people of color" is racist
"Blacktivists say "people of color" is racist
Newsweek ran a column by two blacktivists, under the headline, "Stop Saying 'People of Color' When You Mean Black."
...The column complains that calling people of color places people of other colors on par with black people in their grievances.

...They do not want those Asians or Hispanics horning in on their action
The whole point of BLM and all that crap is to promote black supremacy. 
...Writer Andrea Plaid and Christopher MacDonald-Dennis, chief diversity officer at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, wrote, "Instead of erasing this truth with the term 'people of color,' we ask that you use it sparingly. It is a term that denotes all racially marginalized people. How often are you really talking about all racial minoritized people? More often than not, you're describing a specific group with its own specific problems. Don't be lazy; name them. Though all racisms are rooted in white supremacy, they manifest themselves differently in different communities."...Read all.

Biden administration physically restricts 12 GOP lawmakers from access to border facility - TheBlaze

Biden administration physically restricts 12 GOP lawmakers from access to border facility - TheBlaze

A delegation of 12 GOP members of Congress were physically restricted from entering the El Paso Intelligence Center during a visit to the southern border, Fox News reported. The lawmakers have reportedly attempted to gain access to the facility for weeks and been rebuffed by Biden's government. The GOP lawmakers accused the Biden administration of interfering with their "constitutional duty to have oversight over these facilities that are paid for by taxpayer dollars."

Wasn't caused by the "pandemic". Caused by the political manipulation of the scam.-----Pandemic has fueled eating disorder surge in teens, adults | WOODTV.com

Pandemic has fueled eating disorder surge in teens, adults | WOODTV.com
  • Many hospital beds are full. 
  • Waiting lists for outpatient treatment are bulging. 
  • And teens and adults seeking help for eating disorders are often finding it takes months to get an appointment.
"The pandemic created treacherous conditions for eating disorders, leading to a surge of new cases and relapses that is not abating as restrictions are loosened and COVID-19 cases subside in many places, doctors and other specialists say.
“We are absolutely seeing massive increases,’’ said Jennifer Wildes, an associate psychiatry professor and director of an outpatient eating disorders program at the University of Chicago Medicine...Read all.

Video shows obese thug-woman throwing punches. We've masculinized too many girls.-----28-Year-Old Woman Charged For Assaulting Southwest Crew Member

https://www.gatechecked.com/28-year-old-woman-charged-for-assaulting-southwest-crewmember-5193?utm_source=flightaware.com&utm_medium=social
"28-year-old Vyvianna Quinonez has been charged with felony battery after assaulting a flight attendant on a Southwest Airlines flight. 
...“the passenger repeatedly ignored standard inflight instructions and became verbally and physically abusive upon landing”, and punched the flight attendant in her face. 
The crew member was seriously hurt, losing two front teeth and suffering other physical injuries to her face.
...“This unprecedented number of incidents has reached an intolerable level, with passenger non-compliance events also becoming more aggressive in nature...Read all.

Lunch video-----What Is Hezbollah?

Noon-toon


 

Major Bible publisher scraps 'God Bless the USA' Bible that included America's founding documents, patriotic lyrics - TheBlaze

Major Bible publisher scraps 'God Bless the USA' Bible that included America's founding documents, patriotic lyrics - TheBlaze

Book publisher HarperCollins announced Tuesday that publication of an America-themed Bible, complete with founding documents and patriotic song lyrics, would not move forward.

Never forget her hypocrisy... OR the media's complicity!


 

Tom Cotton Embarrasses Biden ATF Nominee Over Assault Weapons Definition

Tom Cotton Embarrasses Biden ATF Nominee Over Assault Weapons Definition (click link for incredible video. We are ruled by morons!)


America's future?


 

Still insane from TDS!-----Facebook: People Are Now Permitted to Speculate Covid-19 Leaked from a Laboratory

Facebook: People Are Now Permitted to Speculate Covid-19 Leaked from a Laboratory

"h/t Breitbart; Following official suggestions the Wuhan laboratory leak hypothesis is being seriously considered by the US Government, Facebook has announced they will now allow users to share their Wuhan lab leak virus origin theories with friends.

In light of ongoing investigations into the origin of COVID-19 and in consultation with public health experts, we will no longer remove the claim that COVID-19 is man-made or manufactured from our apps. We’re continuing to work with health experts to keep pace with the evolving nature of the pandemic and regularly update our policies as new facts and trends emerge...

...Of course, it is really President Trump’s fault that liberals initially rejected the Covid Lab Leak hypothesis. As ABC presenter Sara Haines recently explained, Trump’s “racist terms and dog whistles” made it impossible for liberals to consider Trump’s theories about the origin of Covid-19, until President Biden signalled that publicly discussing the lab leak hypothesis is no longer an act of disloyalty or sedition.

Imagine what life would be like if these clowns got their hands on real power...Read all.

#1 This day 1963-----Lesley Gore - It's My Party

$10 billion for Bezos?????

 

Biden officials shut down Trump-era investigation to determine if COVID leaked from Wuhan bio lab - TheBlaze

Biden officials shut down Trump-era investigation to determine if COVID leaked from Wuhan bio lab - TheBlaze

President Joe Biden's administration reportedly shut down a State Department investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic that was started last year by the Trump administration under then-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's leadership.

News of the Biden administration's actions are significant because the theory that COVID-19 leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology — which the media once denounced as a conspiracy theory — has gained considerable traction in recent weeks, not that evidence existed previously showing the theory was not a viable possibility.

BIG news and stopped construction? But daily murders in Chicago and every other democrat controlled cities aren't "news"???-----Amazon Connecticut Facility Finds 8th Noose, Stops Construction Again

Amazon Connecticut Facility Finds 8th Noose, Stops Construction Again
  • Another noose was found at the construction site for an Amazon warehouse in Windsor, CT.
  • This means a total of eight have been found at the site, forcing construction to stop twice.
  • An Amazon spokesperson said the company does not tolerate "hate, racism or discrimination."
An eighth noose was found at the construction site for an Amazon fulfilment center in Windsor, Connecticut, CNN reported.
The noose was found "mixed in with an entangled with electrical cords," which were being stored on a pallet on the floor, the police said in a Wednesday statement cited by CNN. 
The site was shut down as a result...Read all.

AM Fruitcake



History for May 28

Thomas Moore 1779 - Lawyer, social philosopher, author
  • 1805 - Napoleon was crowned in Milan, Italy.
  • 1863 - The first black regiment left Boston to fight in the U.S. Civil War.
  • 1928 - Chrysler Corporation merged with Dodge Brothers, Inc.
  • 1957 - National League club owners voted to allow the Brooklyn Dodgers to move to Los Angeles and that the New York Giants could move to San Francisco.
  • 1977 - Fire raced through the Beverly Hills Supper Club in Southgate, KY. 165 people were killed.
  • 1996 - U.S. President Clinton's former business partners in the Whitewater land deal were convicted of fraud.
  • 1998 - Pakistan matched India with five nuclear test blasts. The U.S., Japan and other nations imposed economic sanctions. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said "Today, we have settled the score with India."

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Why Are Media Ignoring Data Showing Massive COVID-19 Vaccine Death Spike? - American Thinker

Why Are Media Ignoring Data Showing Massive COVID-19 Vaccine Death Spike? - American Thinker

If these were any other vaccines, they would already be off the market. In fact, they would have been pulled a long time ago. Usually, a new drug is withdrawn after 50 deaths, which isn't typical because the FDA has a strict approval process. The COVID-19 vaccines have been exempted from it, instead being temporarily "authorized" for emergency use.

The way we were-----Hershey's Milk Chocolate - Life in America

"A look back at Milton Hershey and his milk chocolate creation that turned into an empire. 
Today, Hershey bars are still one of the most beloved candies."

Cuban Goes to American Supermarket for the 1st time- Communism to Capita...

"Cuban goes to an American Supermarket for the first time. 
From socialist Cuba where lines are long, products are scarce, and the constant struggle finding basic necessities has become an everyday normality, Yoel sees an American supermarket for the first time leaving the island. 
What is like to be cuban in socialist Cuba and then come to the United States? 
This is a very emotional and traumatic experience for many cubans who are not used to an abundance of food, the colors of the store, and the guilt of their family back home who cannot experience this." 

Truth is "hurtful language"???-----USA Today Blasted for Editing Column by Girl Forced to Compete Against Males. Here's What They Changed. by Leah Barkoukis

USA Today Blasted for Editing Column by Girl Forced to Compete Against Males. Here's What They Changed. by Leah Barkoukis
"USA Today is facing backlash for editing a column from the “fastest” girl in Connecticut who wrote about how unfair it was to be competing in track against biologically male athletes.
Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing Chelsea Mitchell in Soule v. Connecticut Association of School, said the column first ran on May 22 but on May 25 USA Today issued an editor’s note at the top and changed the word “male” throughout the piece.
“This column has been updated to reflect USA TODAY’s standards and style guidelines. We regret that hurtful language was used,” the editors wrote, referencing Mitchell describing her transgender competitors as male. 
  • For example, in the original column Mitchell wrote: “Instead, all I can think about is how all my training, everything I’ve done to maximize my performance, might not be enough, simply because there’s a runner on the line with an enormous physical advantage: a male body."
  • It now reads: “Instead, all I can think about is how all my training, everything I’ve done to maximize my performance, might not be enough, simply because there’s a transgender runner on the line with an enormous physical advantage.”
These changes have been made wherever Mitchell used the word “male,” prompting backlash on social media...Read all.




Can't read? No problem, you're promoted to fourth grade!(where they don't teach reading)-----Bill pausing third grade reading law sent to full Michigan Senate

Bill pausing third grade reading law sent to full Michigan Senate
"A bill that would suspend retention for Michigan third graders this spring but broaden it to fourth graders next school year is moving to the full Senate.
The Senate Education Committee moved two bills in a 4-2 party-line vote to pause the controversial third grade reading law this year but restart it in the 2021-22 school year and apply it to both third and fourth graders.
In a surprise move, the substitute bill's original sponsor, Sen. Jon Bumstead, R-Newago, testified against the bill on Wednesday and asked the committee to reject changes that he said neither he nor his staff approved.
Bumstead said he sponsored a bill to suspend holding kids back but he does not support the committee's changes.
...The other bill would allow a parent or guardian to have the final decision on whether a student repeats a grade rather than a school district superintendent...Read all.