Friday, September 8, 2017

UNR Wolfpack football 2017 season

Schedule game by game results as they come in..    

Sept 2  (at)Northwestern  L 20-31 

Sept 9  (vs) Toledo           L 24-37

Sept 16 (vs) Idaho State   L 28-30

Sept 23 (at) Washington State  L 7-45

Sept 30 (at) Fresno State           L 21-41

Oct 7  (vs) Hawaii             W 35-21

Oct 14 (at) Colorado State       L 42-44

Oct 20 (vs) AirForce                 L 42-45

Nov 4 (at) Boise State               L 14-41

Nov 11 (vs) San Jose State        W 59-14

Nov 18 (at) San Diego State      L 23-42

Nov 25 (vs) UNLV                    W 23-16

Monday, September 4, 2017

Understanding Psychopolitics and a Re-Examination of the 45 Communist Goals Part 1-The Discrediting of Americanism

by:David Risselada 
By psychopolitics our chief goals are effectively carried forward. To produce a maximum of chaos in the culture of the enemy is our first most important step.
Our fruits are grown in chaos, distrust, economic depression and scientific turmoil. At last a weary populace can seek peace only in our offered communist state, at last only Communism can resolve the problems of the masses.
America is upside down. Her values and traditions have been completely destroyed and re-defined to the point that much of the population couldn't define them.
The stigmatism of racism and bigotry have so successfully been attached to patriotism that many fear standing up for what they believe.
People know there is something wrong and attribute this non-sense to political correctness or a bunch of sissified liberals who demand that they live their lives without the discomfort of opinions they don't like.

Many Americans fail to face the fact that this is a deliberate attack upon the psyche of our nation.
An attack designed to demoralize our people and change the very nature of human being. It is in fact, a full blown Psychopolitical assault and the end goal is the complete subversion of our culture and an American population that is so thoroughly weakened psychologically, that they willingly seek further government control of their lives.
In other words, a Communist takeover of the country is near completion without a shot being fired and the application of the Soviet Manual on Psychopolics was how it was accomplished.
What is Psychopolitics? It is an application of psychological warfare designed to breakdown the will of the people in a nation marked for conquest.

Global Communism has been the goal of the Communist movement since its inception and America is the one nation where the people have a governing structure that empowers them to resist.
We have the right to politically oppose our elected officials' policies, the right to assemble, the right to bear arms. In other words, our Constitution was designed to protect and empower the dignity and free will of the individual human being.
To conquer America an enemy would have to defeat us militarily, which no country can do, or convince us to willingly accept Communism.
By working incessantly to create the impression that America is the problem in the world, they can then offer Communism as a solution.

The following are goals of the Communist Party which were originally published in a book called the Naked Communist by Cleon Skousen.
29. Discredit the American Constitution by calling it inadequate, old-fashioned, out of step with modern needs, a hindrance to cooperation between nations on a worldwide basis.
30. Discredit the American Founding Fathers. Present them as selfish aristocrats who had no concern for the "common man."
31. Belittle all forms of American culture and discourage the teaching of American history on the ground that it was only a minor part of the "big picture." Give more emphasis to Russian history since the Communists took over.

The main theme of these three goals is the discrediting of the United States, its founding and its culture.
Today, students in American universities are taught that America is a nation founded on unfairness, selfishness and bigotry.

Issues like wealth inequality are used to turn the idea of "all men being created equal" on its head.
The idea that the American founding revolved around the owning of slaves and the exploitation of another's labor is used to present the founding as illegitimate while Communism, or Communitarianism, is offered up as a solution that will make everyone equal.
This is part of the demoralization process and it is designed to make people confused about the values they once believed in or at the very least, afraid to stand and defend them. Consider the following quote from the Manual on Psychopolitics, page 41.
Defamation is the best and foremost weapon of Psychopolitics on the broad field.  Continual and constant degradation of national leaders, national institutions, national practices, and national heroes must be systematically carried out, but this is the chief function of Communist Party Members, in general,* not the Psychopolitician. The realm of defamation and degradation, of the psychopolitician, is Man himself.
By attacking the character and morals of Man himself, and by bringing about, through contamination of youth, a general degraded feeling, command of the populace is facilitated to a very marked degree.  

This explains the constant attacks on the character of our nation by the media, academic institutions and certain government officials. In an effort to make people hate the constitution and display a desire for change they have deliberately turned America into a nation that oppresses instead of liberates, that discriminates instead of empowers and imprisons instead of enlightens.
Italian Communist, Antonio Gramsciaided in this effort by his understanding of Psychopolitics and Marxist principles.
The Communists, being frustrated that they couldn't pit the so called proletariat against those that employed them needed a new way to bring about Communism.
Gramsci developed the theory of Counter Hegemony.

What this entailed was the creating of social groups that stood opposed to the influence exerted by the dominant social group.
To put it more simply, the dividing of Americans into different social classes was a deliberate act to cause conflict.
We are no longer an America united on the principles of liberty and justice but an America divided into groups where everyone thinks they are entitled to their own brand of social justice.
The one thing that these groups all have in common is that they are oppressed victims of America's unfair economic system and blatant bigotry.
Examine the very first paragraph of this article again.
Understanding what is said here is imperative if you are to understand the real agenda.
In America today, we have scientific turmoil with lies of climate change and little boys using the girls' bathroom in school.

We have economic depression looming over us with a national debt in the tens of trillions and trillions more in unfunded liabilities.
We have a welfare system that cannot support the needs of those dependent on it without taking more from the producing class.
Groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter, paid protestors hired to wreak havoc on our streets are intent on doing so in an effort to stir up conflict.
Finally, the redefining of our values and the labeling of anyone opposed to political correctness has created a mistrust for our neighbors.

All of this is done on purpose to bring this country to its knees and subdue the population into accepting its own demise.
The Communists believe in Darwinian evolution. It is their belief that man is an animal who needs to be programmed how to behave.
The idea that man has a will of his own is scoffed at and ridiculed.
Much of the Communist mindset has been developed through the mental science discovered by Russians like Pavlov.
They believe we are nothing more than an organism which operates on the principles of stimulus/response programming.
There is some truth to this assertion; however, man is more than that, much more.
The vast majority of Americans, despite this constant psychopolitical assault on our character, are still Christians.

We believe in the morals and values this country was founded on and when necessary, we will bind together to prove the lies wrong.
The media is in literal shock at the response of the average American to Hurricane Harvey.
If one were to believe the media's depiction of America then they would assume that all minorities are being left behind and that LGBT Americans are being forced to drown in flood waters.
The truth is that the vast majority of us simply don't care what social group the Communists and Psychopoliticians have assigned to you.
You're an American and a human being and because of that, you won't be left behind.
This is why we are still a country and the Communists haven't won yet. This is why in the end, they won't win.
Article posted with permission from David Risselada

1/3 of Idaho Reps Call on AG Sessions to Back Off Bundy Ranch Case: This Is "Disrespect for the Rule of Law & the Jury System"
by: Tim Brown
Last Friday, following a meeting of Tier 1 and Tier 3 Bundy Ranch defendants in court with Judge Gloria Navarro, a trial date was set for October 10.  That trial will include Eric Parker and Stephen Drexler, who have already been tried twice with hung juries and non-guilty verdicts.  Now, at least a third of Idaho representatives are calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to put an end to the badgering of these men with trial after trial, a clear violation of the Fifth Amendment's protections against Double Jeopardy (and yes, I know the "legaleze" about mistrials, but the fact of the matter is that under that thinking, one could try someone indefinitely).

Deb Jordan, co-host of the Pete Santilli Show, shared the story of what the outcome of the meeting was with me on Friday's Sons of Liberty Radio Show.  Eric and his wife Andrea also joined us for the show.  You can download that episode by clicking here.
Since then, one-third of the representatives of Idaho, the state in which Parker and Drexler live, penned a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking for him relax the pursuit by Nevada prosecutors against four Idahoans who are charged or have been convicted in the 2014 Bundy Ranch standoff in Nevada.

The letter was authored by State Rep. Dorothy Moon (R-Stanley) and signed by 24 Idaho representatives from the House and Senate last Tuesday stating, "We believe that the decision by the current U.S. attorney to Nevada to prosecute these men a third time represents disrespect for the rule of law and the jury system."
The four men these representatives are standing up for are Ammon Bundy, of Emmett; Eric Parker, of Hailey; Scott Drexler, of Challis; and Todd Engel, of Boundary County.

"We are tasked with the responsibility to protect our citizens' constitutional rights," the letter stated, noting the Idaho Legislatures has a "high respect for the rule of law."
"We believe that the right to a speedy trial and the presumption of innocence are essential pillars to law, order, and a Republican form of government," the letter continues.  "We also believe that a trial by a jury of one's peers is the highest form of justice as set forth by our founders.  Ensuring government stays within the bounds of its proper constitutional role empowers the people through a jury's verdict to give clear guidance as to their will."

They then spoke out about the innocence of the defendants who have already been tried and found not guilty.
"We the undersigned believe that in the case of 'The Bunkerville Stand Off' trials in the State of Nevada in which Eric Parker and O. Scott Drexler of the State of Idaho were charged with 40 criminal counts in connection with the above case having been found not guilty speaks volumes to the public of their innocence," the letter states.  "U. S. Attorneys have been unsuccessful obtaining guilty verdicts not once, but twice, establishing criteria for dismissal of charges against them according to our standards of justice.  Further expolitation of these citizens would be an affront to justice and notice to the public of prosecutorial harassment."

Well, if you ask me, that began when they sought to try the men a second time after failing to prove their case.  After all, the burden of proof is on the prosecution to prove guilt, not on those charged to prove their innocence.

"We believe that the decision by the current U. S. Attorney of Nevada to prosecute these men a third time represents disrespect for the rule of law and the Jury system," the representatives wrote.  "A third trial would show blatant disregard for tax funds collected from hard working law abiding citizens who are represented by these juries who have found them innocent of 34 of the 40 charges and hung by the very slimmest margins in those where the jury stood deadlocked.  The decisions of 10-2 to acquit in the first trial and 11-1 to acquit in the second trial highlights the narrow margin by which the prosecution hopes to continue their attack."
They then called on Sessions, the court and the prosecutor to consider Todd Engel's time served as punishment for the minor charges for which he was found guilty.  He is scheduled to be sentenced on September 28.

"Ammon Bundy, an Idaho resident, remains in custody awaiting trial directly after the final outcome of the pending prosecution's decision with Parker and Drexler," the letter adds.  "Ammon has been in custody since January of 2016 without benefit of bail or the comfort of home and familiy in spite of being found not guilty of all counts in the Oregon trial.  Ammon has been stripped of normal due process for a prosecution that now seems flimsy as we discover evidence exposed during these previous hung trials of others for similar offenses."
The representatives then added, "This prosecution sends a chilling message to the public who are concerned about federal overreach in their daily lives that is inharmonious to well-established constitutional guarantees.  The percentages of jurors causing the hung verdicts in these trials should send a clear signal to the government prosecutors of the jury's reticence to further prosecute these defendants as has clearly been received by the public."
The representatives then call on Sessions to "have those in charge of this case end this long enduring action and set Eric Parker and Scott Drexler free, set reasonable bail for Ammon Bundy and allow Todd Engel to use his time served as total sentencing.

Among signing the letter include House Majority Leader Mike Moyle; Assistant Majority Leader Brent Crane; Treasure Valley Sens. Clifford Bayer and Lori Den Hartog; and Treasure Valley Reps. Judy Boyle, Christy Perry, Brandon Hixon, Greg Chaney, Joe Palmer, James Holtzclaw, Steve Harris and Jason Monks.
“I think it is a complete injustice and a waste of taxpayer money and time to continue to go after these guys after two mistrials,” said Rep. Boyle, from Midvale.
“Let it go. We are not talking about murders, robberies, druggies, rapists. It is continuing to waste the court’s time and federal taxpayers’ money. I know the federal government wants to make a point, but get over it.”
Things do not have to go to a third trial in order for this to be considered exploitation and prosecutorial harassment.  That has and is currently taking place by the prosecution and by Judge Gloria Navarro.
I have said since the end of the first trial, if the prosecution had any sense about them, they would drop the charges against the remaining defendants and spare them and taxpayers any further grief and burden by simply admitting the central government was wrong.

I'm hoping once things settle that we will see each one of these men come together to sue the pants off the prosecution and the judge in the case, as well as Bureau of Land Management goon Daniel P. Love for their reckless and lawless behavior in this entire process.
Seeing that a new trial date has been set, it appears AG Sessions doesn't care that the Fifth and Sixth Amendments are being violated concerning Drexler and Parker and that other rights are being violated concerning the remaining defendants in the case.  I'm not surprised.  After all, Sessions has demonstrated he doesn't care about the Fifth Amendments protections of life, liberty and property when it comes to asset forfeiture.

Sunday, September 3, 2017

The DACA debate: Let me make this perfectly clear...

The spirit of the law is the letter of the law...Laws are written to protect the best interest of the public be that city,county,state, country. To say the children of parents who brought them into the country is no fault of their own is  true statement...however that is akin to saying drugs were brought into the country through no fault of their own...smugglers brought them into the country... so illegal drugs get a pass?

We have immigration laws for a reason, to maintain our ands,ifs or buts about it! 
This is not to say compassion should be ignored...compassion also applies to the citizens of a sovereign nation... a government that gives compassion to the children of illegal entry...and shows no compassion for it's citizens best interest is doomed to fail and ceases to be a sovereign nation. Just a fact! 
If the government of Mexico would be more concerned and  compassionate to their citizens and provide for their needs they would not be illegally entering the United States of America but would stay home and contribute to their own countries prosperity... in other words make Mexico Great Again!

What part do y'all not understand? 

Republicans Seek Legislative Solution To DACA As Carlson Warns Of Price To Be Paid

“I do not favor punishing children for the actions of their parents.”

As President Donald Trump appears poised to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that shelters the children of illegal immigrants, a vast political dance is taking place as Republicans at all levels of government prepare for the political ramifications of Trump’s expected action.
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III, a Republican, announced Friday that Tennessee is dropping out of a 10-state coalition that has threatened a lawsuit to abolish DACA, which allows children of illegal immigrants to be safe from deportation, and provides them with work permits that are renewed every two years.
“At this time, our office has decided not to challenge DACA in the litigation, because we believe there is a better approach,” Slatery said.

Although Slatery said he thinks the case against DACA would succeed in court, Tennessee now favors a legislative solution to the issue.
Slatery pointed to the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act, first presented by Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Dick Durbin, D-Ill.
“Whether this particular legislation is a viable solution is a matter for congressional debate,” Slatery said. “It is not a comprehensive answer to our immigration policy challenges, but it would be a very good start.”

Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott also said Congress needs to resolve the issue, and that DACA’s flaw is not what it does as much as the fact that it was created through an executive order issued by former President Barack Obama.
“He should have done it in conjunction with Congress, which is how we make laws in our democracy,” Scott said in a statement Friday. “But this issue must be addressed. I do not favor punishing children for the actions of their parents.”
“These kids must be allowed to pursue the American Dream, and Congress must act on this immediately,” he said.
So far, House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., has come out urging Trump not to phase out DACA, as have other Capitol Hill lawmakers

A Congressional solution that preserves DACA in some form would likely run into the kind of opposition showed by Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Friday.
Carlson noted that Trump campaigned on getting rid of DACA, and that Republicans who now sing a different tune will face a political reckoning.
He said Republicans in Washington have shown that “their campaign pledges were lies” and that “their chief interest is in protecting the tiny donor class that funds their campaigns.”
“When a bunch of Republicans are crushed in next fall’s congressional elections, they will try to blame the president. It might have been easier to just listen to the president’s voters,” he said.
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