Quotes

"Fascism and communism both promise "social welfare," "social justice," and "fairness" to justify authoritarian means and extensive arbitrary and discretionary governmental powers." - F. A. Hayek"

"Life is a Bungling process and in no way educational." in James M. Cain

Jean Giraudoux who first said, “Only the mediocre are always at their best.”

If you have ten thousand regulations, you destroy all respect for the law. Sir Winston Churchill

"summum ius summa iniuria" ("More laws, more injustice.") Cicero

As Christopher Hitchens once put it, “The essence of tyranny is not iron law; it is capricious law.”

"Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it." Ronald Reagan

"Law is where you buy it." Raymond Chandler

"Why did God make so many damn fools and Democrats?" Clarence Day

"If I feel like feeding squirrels to the nuts, this is the place for it." - Cluny Brown

"Oh, pshaw! When yu' can't have what you choose, yu' just choose what you have." Owen Wister "The Virginian"

Oscar Wilde said about the death scene in Little Nell, you would have to have a heart of stone not to laugh.

Thomas More's definition of government as "a conspiracy of rich men procuring their own commodities under the name and title of a commonwealth.” ~ Winston S. Churchill, A History of the English Speaking Peoples

“Laws are like cobwebs, which may catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through.” ~ Jonathon Swift

Monday, September 25, 2017

A bunch of the obese and ill-informed - nothing impartial

Oprah Winfrey Leads Heated Debate on Trump for First '60 Minutes' Segment


But has Literacy Improved?

People spend more time sitting on the toilet each week than exercising, study finds 

Last Year ONLY 27% of the NFL Players Were Arrested for Violent Crimes!

Seventy percent of the NFL Players are Black. 
Is there a black criminal problem in the NFL?  

This headline is a joke, the crime % is out of control. And it doesn't show how many are never charged with crimes committed. Their antisocial crime statistic are off the charts compared to normal society! m/r

Majority of NFL player arrests aren't for violent crimes [nearly 30%]

February 3, 2016 by Kim Horner                                          
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCpA new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL players was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL players was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for violent crimes. The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.

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A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp

Majority of NFL player arrests aren't for violent crimes

February 3, 2016 by Kim Horner
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp

Majority of NFL player arrests aren't for violent crimes

February 3, 2016 by Kim Horner
A new UT Dallas study suggests that NFL violence is not as common off the field as it may seem.
Compared to violent offending data in other studies, the percentage of violent arrests among NFL was higher, according to the newest UT Dallas research. But these crimes were committed by a very small number of players.
The researchers measured arrests among NFL players between 2000 and 2014. The data came from two separate NFL arrest databases created by The San Diego Union-Tribune and USA Today.
Violent crimes included murder, manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, DUI manslaughter, attempted murder, robbery, aggravated assault, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, battery, assault, domestic violence, child abuse and kidnapping.
The study examined 774 arrests among 573 NFL players. Of those arrests, 209 (27 percent) were for . The majority of those players—440 (77 percent)—had one arrest during the period studied. But 91 had two arrests, and 42 players had three or more arrests.


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-majority-nfl-player-violent-crimes.html#jCp

Boo and Boycott

Dumbasses!

NFL Protests Spread as Trump’s Feud With Athletes Escalates


More players kneel in protest during national anthem; president urges fans to boycott games until they ‘stop disrespecting’

Sunday, September 24, 2017

A Protest by Coddled Freaks of Nature and Economic Fascist-Limo-Liberal Owners

The NFL, NBA and now one in MLB to become "kneelers". At one time that was a slightly derogatory term for Catholics, because that was what they did. 
Now it refers to pro and school game players who are Protesting by not standing for the National Anthem and American Flag prior to the game in which they are to play. 
Playing a game is an appropriate phrase.
They are being supported by the team owners, some coaches, sportscasters and the NFL Commissioner.
What are they protesting? 
They say they are protesting the racism and white privilege endemic in America.
They say it is their 1st Amendment right. Ironic. This terrible country has that Amendment, unlike any other country.
So lets get started.
The protests began doe to racism, racism in sports that are played by a majority of minority group players, who, by the way, are in an even smaller minority of specialized, 'talented', physical anomalies who can play these popular games. For their physical abilities, not mental, they are rewarded with scholarships, women, cars, homes and millions of dollars. Plus the adoration of mindless fans.
What are they protesting again? 
These physical freaks are in turn supported in this inane attention grabbing.
The NFL Commissioner is coddling these mental infants and the owners fear losing their human contracted property.
 What are THEY protesting? 
Perhaps the owners are the most of all. They demand that local governments acquire land, build and/or subsidize their stadia, tax free. Then allow the team owners to control all activity, franchises and profits gained from their use of these cost free stadia. That my fellow Americans is pure economic fascism.
What are they protesting again? 
The players, with their naive commie tee-shirts and slogans, and the owners, with their fascist demand on local governments, and the political retards who report sports should all be boycotted into a total blackout.
Who needs any of them? m/r

David Hogberg  September 12, 2017

When the NY Times, Wash. Post and the minister from Venezuela complain, Obviously Trump Was Right!

Not the usual "diplo-fictions".

Trump Hits Home Run for America in UN Speech


Banana Republic Obama

Obama acted like a banana republic dictator, because he thinks and believes as a socialist, that's how he can run a country. He didn't grow up as an American. It shows, and he is an embarrassing disgrace to US! 
If he couldn't use his abuse and weight of power to destroy your life as a political opponent, he would use one of the many technical "process crimes" to get you!  m/r

Unmasking Power’s Abuse of Power


More proof emerges that Obama used spy agencies to undermine Trump.

Demand your money back - Leave the Game!

If these pampered retards at Pro-Sport Games don't stand for our Anthem. It is your right. They claims it is theirs, so why should they be allowed to offend US? m/r

Just another ass of a ballplayer.

A’s Bruce Maxwell first MLB player to kneel for anthem


A’s rookie catcher Bruce Maxwell, who earlier in the day profanely bashed President Trump on Instagram, became the first major-league player to kneel during the national anthem on Saturday before Oakland’s 1-0 win at the Coliseum.
“My decision had been coming for a long time,” Maxwell said, citing his own experiences with racism while growing up in Huntsville, Ala., which is where Trump on Friday made disparaging comments about NFL players who choose to kneel for the anthem. “The only way we can come together is by informing. ... To single out NFL players for doing this isn’t something we should be doing — I felt it should be a little

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