Saturday, August 19, 2017

Mitch McConnell: "crush them everywhere"

Chief Justice Roy Moore aims for Supreme Court -- of Alabama, or U.S.?

That’s what Mitch McConnell told the New York Times he planned to do to any conservative who dared challenge one of his Republican cronies in the U.S. Senate.
McConnell is determined to do whatever it takes to prevent another true conservative from joining Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and Mike Lee on the front lines of the fight in the U.S. Senate.
That makes me McConnell's latest target in his all-out war on conservatives.

Mitch McConnell already admitted to CNN that he’s “alarmed” by the strength of my campaign.
In fact, when asked what he thought about the possibility of Roy Moore in the U.S. Senate, McConnell “made it clear he does not want a conservative rebel in a GOP conference already difficult to manage.”
Remember, McConnell made these comments before Tuesday when no one thought my campaign had a shot.
After Tuesday’s first-place finish over McConnell's hand-picked candidate, the entire establishment is trembling in fear. 

They're about to unleash a FLURRY of nasty attacks against me and my campaign as part of a last-ditch effort to defeat me and keep me out of Washington.
All you and I have to do is look at what happened in 2014 during the run-off election for U.S. Senate in Mississippi between conservative Chris McDaniel and McConnell’s hand-picked candidate Thad Cochran to understand just how nasty they’re going to get between now and the September 26 Republican Primary.

My campaign is holding a Conservatives United Money Bomb to help raise the resources necessary to fight back against McConnell and Rove and get my winning message out to as many voters as possible before the run-off election.
Whether it’s $500, $250, $150, $100, $75, $50, $35 or $25, all I’m asking is that you please do what you can at this time to help fund our critical programs.
Every dollar matters in a fight like this.
And McConnell and Rove are planning to unleash another multi-MILLION dollar negative attack campaign against me.
I must be prepared to fight back and get my message out far and wide to as many voters as possible before September 26

And that depends on the generous help and support of patriots like you.
Thank you so much for all you do.
Together, you and I can put an end to McConnell’s iron rule over Washington.

Judge Roy Moore

Flashback: American Treasure Destroyed in ’50s Because of “Offensiveness”

“William Gropper’s America: It’s Folklore” and its creator.

One of the left’s favorite pastimes in 2017 is statue-destroying. First it was Confederate statues, but now the outrage has spread to statues of our founding fathers and other major American political figures — Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln among them.
Even though these statues are part of American history — history that should be contextualized for men and women in the modern era — liberals feel that history can be erased simply at the flick of a wrist.
Yet, bring up the specter of McCarthyism and you’d find few liberals who would co-sign the excesses of that period. However, during that period, a priceless American treasure was destroyed — all because it could be considered “offensive” due to the artist’s political beliefs.

According to Atlas Obscura, William Gropper was a left-leaning artist who was commissioned by the government to paint a number of propaganda and posters and paintings during the Second World War. His relationship with the government continued after the war, as well.
“Between 1946 and 1953, the State Department’s Overseas Library Program collected and distributed some 1,744 copies of ‘William Gropper’s America: Its Folklore,’ a colorful depiction of 61 legends, tall tales, and literary heroes — characters like super-sized cowboy Pecos Bill in New Mexico, steel-driving phenom John Henry in Alabama, and witty trickster Br’er Rabbit in Georgia — superimposed over a familiar projection of the Lower 48,” Atlas Obscura reports. 

The distribution of the poster was a sort of soft propaganda; it represented the folklore of the United States in a manner both entertaining and approachable, something that most propaganda coming out of the Soviet Union would never be able to accomplish. However, things took a turn in 1953. That’s when Joseph McCarthy’s assistant, Roy Cohn, discovered Gropper’s works in libraries overseas.
Cohn had said Gropper was one of the “fringe supporters and sympathizers” of communism in America, and he wasn’t entirely wrong. While not a member of the Communist Party USA, Gropper had contributed to a panoply of communist publications, and had once toured the Soviet Union with noted American leftists Sinclair Lewis and Theodore Dreiser.

When he was called before Congress to answer whether or not he was a communist, Gropper took the Fifth Amendment. Given the environment of the era, it wasn’t long before the State Department was tracking down and destroying as many of the 1,744 copies of “William Gropper’s America: Its Folklore” as it possibly could. Today, very few survive; three are in the care of the Library of Congress.
Now, it’s worth pointing out that while Gropper wasn’t a card-carrying communist, he certainly was one of the “fringe supporters and sympathizers” of the movement; he wasn’t one of the innocent people caught up in McCarthyism. This was hardly a man who had mere dalliances with the far left. In the age of Stalin, he contributed to publications that thought the Soviet Union was a pretty swell place. And, lest we acquit him via ignorance, let’s please not forget that he toured the USSR and saw it firsthand.

And yet, the destruction of his work was wrong. Gropper’s political opinions and ideological shortcomings did not erase the fact that he was not only a skilled artist, but also one who served his country with his artistic talents in a time of war. Destroying his works erased neither his good qualities nor his reprehensible ones. It simply made us look like a bunch of fools who cannot reasonably and soberly face our history.
Does that sound familiar?
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Radical Left Now Assaulting Civil War Re-Enactors with Pepper Spray

radical left

By Andrew West 

The left has long been attempting to spark a New Civil War in this country, and the Battle of Charlottesville may have only been the beginning.

In the week following the tragic clashes in Virginia, a number of new offensives have been opened up by the radicalized left, many centered around their disdain for American history; specifically, the War Between the States.

The left tends to blame long dead southerners for the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, a piece of opinion that defies the logic of even the most ignorant of Americans.  In this pursuit, the left has targeted the history of the American Civil War as their newest target for extermination.  While liberals have long had it out for the Confederate flag, this new frontier in their war of perception aims to completely nullify and and all attempts at discussing the historic significance of the event.
Worse yet, the radical left is continuing to resort to violence in the name of historical revision.

“Tension continues to mount nationwide over Confederate statues and monuments, and Thursday morning, President Donald Trump defended the statues, tweeting, ‘You can’t change history.’
“Thousands filed into Newton Thursday afternoon for the 128th annual Soldiers Reunion Parade.
“During the parade, Channel 9 saw that one man with a gun was taken into custody. Eyewitness News reporter Dave Faherty witnessed the incident and said the man went over to some Civil War re-enactors and pepper sprayed them.
“Two parade participants notified police that a man with pepper spray was following the Confederate veteran re-enactors.”
One of the most harrowing concerns regarding this new offensive in the liberal war on history is how far they will take it.
Violence aside, there is an enormous difference between attempting to curb free speech and history in public through counter protesting, and actively destroying museum pieces and monuments.  Our nation has seen dark times, and the only way for Americans to avoid repeating those follies is by education.  Removing Civil War history sets up a dangerously undereducated populace, malleable in their youth, that can be made to dance as puppets for the radical leftist leadership.

Our future depends on our willingness to respect and protect the past.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Home made in China...Trade wars? lol

A home-made plane

Farmer Shi Songbo from Shangqiu city, Henan province, said that he has always had a fascination with flight and really wanted to try it for himself. To do this, Shi spent 300,000 yuan (about £30,000) crafting a 23-metre-long, 10-metre-tall airship...

oped: Well hell..kudos to the farmer...he gave it a good shot...however this gives POTUS a great talking point on trade with China...when they actually learn how to produce quality products...rather than steal ideas  (Intellectual Property)!


H R McMaster: Muslim Jihad Groups are "Really Un-Islamic" & "Irreligious"

H R McMaster: Muslim Jihad Groups are "Really Un-Islamic" & "Irreligious" (Video)
oped: General McMaster is in need of a refresher course on the Myth of Islam...making excuses will by no means bring this 7th Century Theocracy into the 21st on what it is all about will...the Catholic church went through this transformation in the 17th Century by stopping the practice of 6th century Cannon law~ separating religion from governance of public law....Islam must do this in order to move into the 21st century...Sharia law must go!
Let me help you begin the journey:

by:Tim Brown
Seriously, why is this man in the Trump administration?  From a 2014 speech on the Middle East, White House National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster stated that Islamic jihad organizations are “really un-Islamic” and are “really irreligious organizations” who cloak themselves in the “false legitimacy of Islam.”
Like Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah, McMaster is engaged in whitewashing the reality of what Islam actually is and what its 1400-year track record is and what its Koran and founder taught.
Take a listen to the 2014 speech and see if this doesn't sound like BHO's taqiyya claims of Islam.
McMaster's claims about these groups being un-Islamic begin around 9:08.

See video:

"War is profoundly human," McMaster said.  "What do all of these conflicts have in common? Of course, there are a lot of differences, right? And we have to be sensitive to local differences and realities that drive conflict."
"But what you see is you see these really irreligious organizations," he continued.  "These criminal organizations, who cloak themselves in this kind of false legitimacy of Islam. But they are really un-Islamic."
"They want to portray themselves as patrons and protectors of aggrieved parties," added McMaster.  "So their strategy has been to pit communities against each other. Get them to fight each other and then come in as patron and protector and gain control of a chaotic situation and then establish control through brutality, through intimidation. Use control of populations and resources to conduct more attacks, more mass murder of innocent people to drive retribution attacks like you saw maybe these Shia militias conduct this execution in the mosque in Diyala province. That is what they want. They want this kind of cycle of violence to accelerate–to get more and more destructive."

Instead of sighting religious beliefs for the cause of their jihad, which these jihadis do quite often, McMaster mused his on thoughts of motivation behind the attacks.
"And so the drivers of conflict is what we have to remember," McMaster stated.  "What is driving a conflict? Sometimes when we look at very quick and easy military solutions to problem sets, we are not thinking about what is the nature of this conflict. What is the nature of this war? What are the human factors? Really, people fight, I think, for the same reasons the Greek philosopher and historian Thucydides identified 2,500 years ago: Fear. Honor. You might say sense of honor. And interest. So understanding those human dimensions and being able to affect them is important, and we have to remember that."

Really?  He's comparing a Greek philosopher to the ideology of those who follow Muhammed?
No wonder this man is in opposition to everything that President Donald Trump wants to accomplish.
He isn't even on the same page with who the enemies of America are.
Then again, he does have a history with a George Soros funded group and has his own "Huma Abedin" in Dina Habib Powell to help further sanitize the religion of pieces.
He is defended by designated terror organizations like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and fires those who have done their homework on Islam and jihad while allowing known liars and disinformation agents to maintain their top security clearance.

McMaster is bad.  He's bad for the Trump administration, and he's bad for America.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

More #sharknado5 & #sharknado6 party instructions courtesy of Battleborne

Good food ...great beer... lotsa wild and crazy friends...a clean bbq pit, porta potty's cause' ya don't want your house bathroom becoming a stinky mess...Just sayin' we have all been
On the menu shark steaks,corn on the cob,oysters,pork butts   wild and crazy spanish chicken...mucho beer of assorted varities...and don't forget to invite military,vets and local law enforcement...ha protection from neighbor complaints on noise!


Freshly caught guest of honor


The Truth About Robert E. Lee That Liberals Hope You Never Hear
oped: The total chaos we are seeing now is being perpetrated by the Progressive Party...the new name for CPUSA...they have infiltrated and taken over the DNC as well as Federal Appeal Courts and the school systems including most Universities...they have dumbed down the students making them useful idiots.(protestors/rioters)
What needs to be done is educate the electorate on the truth "Facts are a Bitch" it makes the looney left melt like the "Wicked Witch" in the classic film..."The Wizard of Oz"
Here let me help you: 

The removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee was the flashpoint that brought white supremacists to Charlottesville, Virginia, and reignited a national debate over Confederate monuments. But what do most Americans know about the Confederate general?
Not enough, says George Rasley, editor of Conservative HQ — especially racists want to use Lee as a symbol of white supremacy and liberals want to see him erased from American history. In a Conservative HQ n op-ed titled “Misusing Robert E. Lee,” Rasley argues that both sides in the debate over Lee’s legacy miss that he opposed slavery and helped end the Civil War before it turned into a bloody guerrilla war.

Knowing Lee’s place in history is important, particularly as the left seeks to use him as a symbol of division. Progressives know that Lee has many defenders — and they also know that conservatives who stand up for Lee’s memory can be falsely painted as apologists for slavery and the old order of the Confederacy.

Yet, few involved in the debate actually know Lee’s complicated history.
Offered a position as the commander of the Union forces, Rasley points out, “Lee refused the command on the grounds that he was a Virginian and owed his first allegiance to the state he believed was a sovereign entity with the right to stay in or leave the Union as it saw fit. He would, he said, not make war on the Union, but he would defend the state of his birth.”
However, when Virginia seceded, the general felt his sympathies residing with his home state. “I shall never bear arms against the Union, but it may be necessary for me to carry a musket in the defense of my native state, Virginia, in which case I shall not prove recreant to my duty,” he said.

As for his feelings on slavery, Rasley notes that “(w)hile Lee espused the paternalistic attitudes many Nineteenth Century Americans felt toward Africans, it certainly wasn’t because he believed slavery was just.” In fact, what Lee said about slavery may surprise a number of people who aren’t familiar with Lee’s views on the matter…

“There are few, I believe, in this enlightened age, who will not acknowledge that slavery as an institution is a moral and political evil,” Lee wrote back in 1856, in a letter written in response to a speech given by then-President Franklin Pierce.
Lee’s views on race may not be ones we entertain today, but few if any Americans — even those that we rightly hail as heroes of the emancipation — held opinions we consider appropriate on the matter. As for why he fought for the South, Lee simply believed the United States was, as Rasley says,  “an association of sovereign states that could, if they chose, leave it or dissolve it.” After all, as the Declaration of Independence notes, “whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government.” Lee believed his state — and the rest of the South — was simply following the tenets of one of our founding documents.

However, Rasley argues that “it isn’t what Lee did before and during the Civil War that makes him such an important figure in American history — and one that should be honored — it is what he did after the Civil War that earned him the memorials erected to his memory and a place in history that should be honored by all.”

“When Lee surrendered at Appomattox he also signed a parole document swearing upon his honor not to bear arms against the United States or to ‘tender aid to its enemies.’ Lee’s surrender and his immediate parole were essential in preventing the Civil War from continuing as a destructive guerrilla war that would have continued to rend the country indefinitely.”
Lee spent his retirement as the president of Washington College in Virginia (which would be renamed as Washington & Lee) and would urge reconciliation between the North and the South. In his public letters, he urged “all should unite in honest efforts to obliterate the effects of war and to restore the blessings of peace.”

Does this sound like the kind of man who would urge belligerent white nationalists to violence over a statue of him? Does this sound like the kind of man who would tolerate those who would give succor to the enemies of the United States in the reprehensible, intimidatory way that the vomitous cretins who held aloft the flag of Nazi Germany in Charlottesville this past Saturday did? Does this sound like a man who would support domestic terrorism?

No. You may not agree with the decisions that Robert E. Lee made or the views that he held, but let us remember that he spent the rest of his life atoning for the war and his views weren’t just his own but those of his era. He was a man who was opposed to slavery and wanted to bind the wounds that the war caused.
The liberal media wants to make Lee the avatar of the abominable rabble that descended upon Charlottesville and left three people dead in its wake. What they hope America never hears is who he really was.

Yes, some racists and bigots are in favor of keeping Confederate monuments. Nobody is denying that. We believe they are in the minority. The vast majority of people who want to want to keep these statues wish to honor our history and the men who played a part in it. Let us all turn away from the despicable ideologies we saw on display in Virginia this weekend — but let us also not let the media pretend that those ideologies are what the debate over Confederate monuments is about.
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Protesters start to DIG UP body of Confederate general in Memphis 

Where does it end? It never ends 
Activists took a shovel  to the ground over the remains of Nathan Bedford Forrest ,a Lt General in the Confederate States Army...
A group of protesters who want the body of an alleged Ku Klux Klan leader removed from their city have broken the soil over the grave. 
The campaigners claim it has taken officials in Memphis, Tennessee, too long to exhume Nathan Bedford Forrest - who was a lieutenant general in the Confederate States Army.
They also want the statue of the soldier on a horse on the burial site to be removed. The rebel cavalryman, who died in 1877, has been buried in the city's Health Sciences Park since 1904.
Read more:

ANTIFA ~ USA version of the Taliban...violation of 18USC 2384-85



When they show up at protests dressed and covered (head to toe) in their battle uniforms carrying baseball bats ,whipping sticks, helmets and shields they should be immediately arrested and prosecuted for carrying deadly weapons, unlawful assembly,inciting a riot and violation of 18 USC 2384-85 (seditious conspiracy/treason) 

Law enforcement across the nation from local,state and federal need to get on the same page and stop this illegal ands ifs or buts about it!

Lincoln Memorial Vandalized by Thugs with Red Spray Paint

I was in D.C. a few months ago to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and it was nothing shy of amazing. I had a night to visit some of the monuments in the breathtaking city and I was nearly in tears at the overwhelmed sense of beauty I saw and the pride I felt for my country.
Today I am overwhelmed again, but this time with sadness and anger. What good comes from vandalizing the Lincoln Memorial, for one? For two, do these idiots not know that Lincoln literally worked to free the slaves? This just goes to show, they aren’t protesting and rioting because their feelings are hurt. Nope, they are doing it to see if anyone is going to try to stop them.

I was in D.C. a few months ago to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and it was nothing shy of amazing. I had a night to visit some of the monuments in the breathtaking city and I was nearly in tears at the overwhelmed sense of beauty I saw and the pride I felt for my country.
Today I am overwhelmed again, but this time with sadness and anger. What good comes from vandalizing the Lincoln Memorial, for one? For two, do these idiots not know that Lincoln literally worked to free the slaves? This just goes to show, they aren’t protesting and rioting because their feelings are hurt. Nope, they are doing it to see if anyone is going to try to stop them.

NBC Washington reports:

"The words “F— law” were found written in red spray paint early Tuesday on a pillar at the monument that overlooks the Capitol building and National Mall, NPS said Tuesday afternoon. The graffiti was found about 4:30 a.m.
“It’s frustrating, not only for the Park Service but certainly for the visitors that come here, that anyone would vandalize any of our iconic memorials. Especially the Lincoln Memorial. Especially with everything that’s going on now — the calls for unity and people to come together,” NPS spokesman Mike Litterst said. 

“To go to the site of the memorial to Abraham Lincoln and do that, that’s disappointing,” he continued. 
Crews are working to remove the vandalization, which they expect to take about a week to do so.
People took to Twitter to express their feelings on the incident: 

💥 Lincoln Memorial vandalized with red spray paint.

No memorial is safe now from & the Left.
Left wing terrorist Fascists have vandalized Lincoln Memorial.

It's taking a long time for Democrat leaders to condemn this hateful act.
Someone vandalized the Lincoln Memorial.

Do you know WHY?

Why? What does ANY of this solve? Such unbelievable lack of respect. It's so pathetic. "Lincoln Memorial Vandalized" 

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Judge Roy Moore...for US Senate...SharlasLabyrinth endorsement

Judge Roy Moore is a life-long Alabamian and a committed constitutional conservative that has stood up for liberty and religious freedom his entire career.
Judge Moore graduated from Etowah High School in Attalla, Alabama, in 1965 and from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1969 where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Arts and Engineering. He then served in the U.S. Army as a company commander with the Military Police Corps in Vietnam. After the Army, Judge Moore completed his Juris Doctor degree from The University of Alabama School of Law in 1977.

During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama. 

In 1992, Judge Moore became a judge of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama and served until his election as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2000. In 2003, Judge Moore was removed from his position as Chief Justice by a judicial panel for refusing to remove a Ten Commandments monument that he installed in the rotunda of the Alabama Judicial Building to acknowledge the sovereignty of God

From 2003 until 2012, Judge Moore served as President of the Foundation for Moral Law in Montgomery, lecturing throughout the Country and filing amicus curiae briefs regarding the United States Constitution in Federal District Courts, State Supreme Courts, U.S. Courts of Appeal and the United States Supreme Court.
Judge Moore was overwhelmingly re-elected by a vote of the people of Alabama as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in November of 2012 and took office in January of 2013. 

In 2016, Judge Moore was suspended for upholding the sanctity of marriage as between one man and one woman. He retired to seek the office of U.S. Senate in 2017.
Judge Moore and his wife, Kayla, have four children and five grandchildren. They are members of First Baptist Church in Gallant, Alabama. 

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