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, May 22, 2017

Turnabout is Fair Play and More

Mexico now has to deal with it's own "undesirables" who had invaded the US and strained the fabric of American civilization and the institutions developed for our citizens. Mexico can't use the US as its  safety valve to dump its problems of its own corrupt making here. m/r

Said In Spanish | Where Trump Is Winning–Mexican Illegals Returning Home, Raising House Prices, Displacing Mexican Workers!


Allan Wall   May 18, 2017

President Trump has already succeeded in making many Mexicans in the United States return to Mexico. This repatriation already began even before the inauguration. But evidence it is continuing is piling up.
The Main Stream Media likes to pretend mass immigration has no harmful effects on wages or housing costs in America. But, in an attempt to attack President Trump, it is willing to admit returning Mexicans will drive down wages in Mexico.
And the Mexican press now reports returning Mexicans are driving up housing costs in the state of Mexico (also known as Edomex), the country’s most populous state.

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How can these people look themselves in the mirror?

Isn't there any sense of propriety, ethics or honesty for them? m/r

The Anonymous Sources of Washington Post and CNN Fake News


How fake news gets made.

Maybe No One Really Knows - And Heredity is, as usual, the Key

A glass of red is NOT good for the heart: Scientists debunk the myth that drinking in moderation has health benefits

  • Previous studies imply moderate drinkers have less heart disease than abstainers
  • Yet, these teetotallers frequently used to drink and cut back or quit for their health
  • Nondrinkers are therefore often less healthy, regardless of their alcohol intake
  • Healthy older people are more inclined to drink than people with worse health
  • This gives the false illusion that moderate drinking promotes boost wellbeing 



"liberal politicians infantilize and enfeeble the very people they purport to help."

Major News Media is now worse than fake, it is plain dishonest. m/r



Keep Watching the News, But Be Very Skeptical of Everything You Are Told

By Jack Dunphy May 21, 2017

It took a few years of police work to turn me into a discerning consumer of news. My family had subscribed to the Los Angeles Times as I grew up, a practice I continued as I went off to college and later joined the Los Angeles Police Department. The paper’s left-of-center leanings didn’t much concern me at the time as I, after coming of age in the days of Watergate and President Nixon’s downfall, and after being indoctrinated at a Jesuit high school and in college, shared many of these same leanings.
Then I became a cop, a job that offered an unequaled view of the many ways liberal politicians infantilize and enfeeble the very people they purport to help. It was on this Road to Damascus journey that I also learned to read and watch the news with a critical eye. I was working in South Central L.A. in a time of escalating gang violence, and even as it reached horrific levels it was largely ignored by the Los Angeles Times and other local media. And when crime was covered, it was most often in a way that made the police seem at least as responsible as the criminals for what ailed the city.
This was especially so in the Los Angeles Times, whose reporters and editors – even its editorial cartoonist – seemed to harbor a grudge against the police in general, the LAPD in particular, and police chief Daryl Gates most of all. I found that as I read the Times’s stories about the LAPD, the facts were invariably presented in a light that was more favorable to police critics than the police themselves. If any nuance was implied, the benefit of the doubt was always given to the crooks, never to the cops. This was most obvious to me when I read stories about incidents in which I had been involved. I once watched a Times reporter working through the crowd that had gathered after a racially charged incident in South Central L.A. Though I was within earshot as she interviewed people who expressed reasonable opinions on what had happened, when the story appeared the next day it was the loudest, most obnoxious, and most ignorant voice in the crowd who was quoted. The story itself wasn’t false, or “fake news” in today’s parlance, but it was incomplete, presenting only one version of events when others had been given to the reporter. This could only have been by design.

It has been with this experience in mind that I have read newspapers and watched television news ever since.

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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Dems Love It - Encourage It - Deny It

“It could be 20 million” 

Study: Seven Million Voters Registered in Multiple States

Election integrity advocates warn un-scrubbed rolls are 'kindling' for possible fraud


by Brendan Kirby | Updated 19 May 2017

Some 7.2 million people are registered to vote in more than one state, according to data obtained this month by a voter-integrity law firm called the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
The data come from the Interstate Crosscheck system, a 28-state consortium run by Kansas. The numbers largely are unchanged from 2014, when the database had 7.3 million double-registered voters.
“Let’s check. If that’s the case, at least we’ll have appropriate measures to make such a statement.”
Considering that nearly half of the states — including the three most populous — do not participate in the voluntary system, Public Interest Legal Foundation spokesman Logan Churchwell said the total number of people in America registered to vote in more than one state could be twice as high or greater.

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From their Search Engine to their obscure subjects for Google Doodles, Google is so Left Wing it Flies in Tight Circle

Google is sad with its lefty bias. m/r

Does Google Have a Liberal Bias? Search Results for Roger Ailes Speak Volumes


By Ian Miles Cheong |  May 20, 2017

The former Chairman and CEO of Fox News, Roger Ailes, has passed. He was arguably one of the most consequential individuals in media and politics in the last century, and he leaves behind a loving wife and son. He also leaves behind a cadre of loyal former employees who love and respect him.
But if you run a Google search on him, you’ll find that the top results consist almost entirely of articles from several liberal publications savaging his reputation as a person. The search results — both on mobile and desktop platforms — begin with entries that are strikingly cruel and meanspirited — and raise new questions about Google’s objectivity.
The top results on “Roger Ailes” include a piece by leftist activist Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone declaring Ailes “one of the worst Americans ever,” an article by NBC’s Joy Reid on Time stating that Ailes “built a kingdom on exploited bias,” and a Bret Stephens op-ed in the New York Times, that calls him “the man who wrecked conservatism.” An op-ed on The Guardian by Arwa Mahdawi condemning Ailes for helping to “create this nightmare world” shows up alongside the other articles savaging him, way above obituaries or any neutral pieces about the man.

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Plessy vs. Kunta Kinte - Black way separate but equal

Nice touch adding the Kinte Cloth scarf popularized by Alex Haley's plagiarized. worthless, piece of fiction, "Roots." m/r

Harvard Lets Black Students Have Separate Graduation Ceremony

By Kieran Corcoran | May 12, 2017 -short article-

Black Harvard students are holding their own, separate commencement ceremony two days before the ceremony being held for everybody else.
In a first for the Ivy League school, the event will take place on May 23, ahead of the main commencement on May 25. According to The Boston Globe, 170 students have signed up, plus 530 guests.
Graduating students will wear a stole – a kind of scarf – woven from African kente cloth during the ceremony, and hear from keynote speakers.
It is being funded by a $27,000 pot of donations. Some of the money has been provided by Harvard institutions.



Saturday, May 20, 2017

Both Jump to the Cameras, Both Are Obnoxious, Both Are Flagrant Liars, Both Are Corrupt, One is a Perv (as far as we know)

And both favor Bolshevism over market economics, so long as they have political power. 
We would be better off had they never been in public life. m/r

What Anthony Weiner learned from Chuck Schumer, and what he didn't


It seemed to be yet another triumph of the Chuck Schumer school of politics on Sunday morning, when Anthony Weiner made it onto “Meet the Press.” Weiner, after all, is something of a Schumer protégé, a six-term congressman who started out as a lowly college intern in Schumer’s office all the way back in 1985, and who still hails the senator as “my singular influence.”
It’s far from clear that Schumer would see it that way, though. The senator understands, famously, the value of media exposure. But the means by which Weiner earned himself his TV invitation—yet another episode of theatrical rage, this time involving President Obama’s tax deal—is an affront to that same Schumer school, which also instructs that time spent in the spotlight be matched with hard work toward substantive policy results off-stage.
If anything, then, Weiner’s “Meet” appearance underscores how thoroughly both men have gone their separate ways, and the fact that they were never quite as close as outside observers assumed they were.
To be sure, there was a day when Weiner would tout his Schumer ties as his chief selling point. But in transforming himself into a ubiquitous cable news presence these past few years, Weiner has built a more substantial public profile than any other Schumer alum who’s entered the arena—one that sometimes threatens Schumer’s own visibility, and one that reflects an approach to politics that actually runs counter to Schumer’s. ...
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Truth Is the Enemy of the People!

Can't have honest enemies. m/r

Nobel Laureate James Watson’s Talk on Cancer Research Canceled Due to More Deplatforming by Science Denialists

Steve Sailer   May 19, 2017

From the Chicago Tribune:
U. of I. cancels talk by Nobel laureate after faculty raises concerns about his views on race, intelligence
Associated Press
The University of Illinois has cancelled plans to host a talk by Nobel Laureate James Watson after faculty raised concerns about his discredited views on race and intelligence. …
Watson, 89, co-discovered the structure of DNA and has a history of racially insensitive comments.
Robinson said Watson initially reached out to the institute to give a “narrowly focused scientific talk” about his cancer research in conjunction with a planned visit to a colleague’s lab. Robinson said he wasn’t surprised by faculty members’ reaction.
-go to link  to find out the truth-





Friday, May 19, 2017