Sunday, December 5, 2021

Federal agents marching as 'white supremecists.'. Do you trust this regime?

Videos: “Patriot Front” FEDS Dressed As A “Radical White Supremacy” Group March On Washington DC – Police Helps Them To Get Into Their U-Hauls And Illegally Drive Away

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The Left is in full Ptomkin mode. AOC advocates for criminals

GOP, businesses slam AOC for doubting existence of smash-and-grab robberies: 'Tone-deaf and offensive'

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said 'a lot of these allegations of organized retail theft are not actually panning out'



Subjects or free men and women?

 Neil Oliver: Governments amount to hundreds, we amount to millions - they are few and we are many

Which of the staff 'felt uncomfortable' and why...could it be an illegal? Or a member or Antifa? Don't call 911 they will arrive armed!

Armed Police Officers Made Restaurant Staff 'Uncomfortable,' Denied Service

Shameless: Trump never told anyone to inject bleach but lying is pandemic among Democrats

WH Busted on Huge Biden Hypocrisy, but Psaki Doesn't Handle It Well

Notice how often CNN is wrong


Tyranny by bureaucratic diktat

Fiscal responsibility and freedom

NEWS

The Cato Institute released its sixth-annual "Freedom in the 50 States" report this week. The index provides an "updated ranking of the American states on the basis of how their policies promote freedom in the fiscal, regulatory, and personal realms." The index of freedoms in all 50 states shows that red states dominate the list in the states with the most freedoms, while the blue states with Democratic governors were often at the bottom of the list. 

The authors of the study define "freedom" as: 

We ground our conception of freedom on an individual rights framework. In our view, individuals should be allowed to dispose of their lives, liberties, and property as they see fit, so long as they do not infringe on the rights of others. This understanding of freedom follows from the natural-rights liberal thought of John Locke, Immanuel Kant, and Robert Nozick, but it is also consistent with the rights-generating rule-utilitarianism of Herbert Spencer and others.

To formulate the "Freedom in the 50 States" index, the Cato Institute looked at three main categories: personal freedoms, fiscal policies, and regulatory policies. There are 230 policy variables, and 25 subcategories such as incarceration, guns, education, marijuana, state taxation, land use freedom, and labor-market freedom.

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Lying confidently

NEWS

Saturday, December 4, 2021

Democrats and the media are silent about Joe's continuous lying.



Joe Biden’s made-up stories and manner raise serious questions about his mental health


Once, toward the end of her life, when she was not in good health, I woke my mother up from a nap, and, unusually for her, she snapped fully awake immediately. Over the next several minutes, she talked at length about the strict Catholic schools she had attended as a girl, remembering how mean the nuns had been and how afraid she had been of them. Her memories were vivid, and I was surprised that she had never shared them with me before.

The reason she hadn’t shared them with me, of course, is because none of it had ever happened. She was raised in a Methodist family in a company town in the Texas Panhandle and had never set foot in a Catholic school a day in her life — she probably would have had to drive two hours just to find one. I’d be surprised if she’d even known any Catholics back then. Her mind had, for whatever reason, played a trick on her. She didn’t suffer from dementia in any obvious way, and she never had another episode like that, as far as I am aware, for the rest of her life. When we get old, we break down, and strange things sometimes happen.

A thing about my mother, though: She did not possess a single nuclear weapon.

President Biden is having a series of worrisome episodes that seem to be a mix of his trademark plagiarism (adopting episodes from other public figures’ lives as his own in addition to appropriating their words) and what we sometimes euphemistically call a “senior moment.”

Recently, President Biden told a truck driver: “I used to drive a tractor-trailer.” This wasn’t the first time he had made the claim. But the White House has since conceded that it is a fabrication; asked for proof of Biden’s truck-driving career, aides pointed to a newspaper article showing Biden riding in a truck — once — as part of a publicity stunt. He keeps telling this story, and it keeps being untrue.

But that’s par for the course for Biden, who infamously slandered an innocent man in the matter of the death of his first wife and daughter, claiming that the man had been a drunken driver. He wasn’t, there was no suggestion that he was, and police reports at the time suggested that it was probably Mrs. Biden who had been at fault in the accident. Yet Biden spent years alleging that the man “drank his lunch” before causing the accident.

Biden also has a rich fantasy life, which is not limited to his mythical truck-driving days. There is cloak-and-dagger stuff, too. On Wednesday, he told an audience that during the Six-Day War, he had acted as a liaison between Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir and the Egyptian government. The Six-Day War occurred in 1967, when Levi Eshkol was the prime minister of Israel and Biden was plagiarizing his way toward finishing No. 76 of 85 in law school. Nobody had ever heard of such a thing as a Joe Biden back then. (And nobody was asking for one.) He was years away from beginning his Senate career. This is another fantasy, one that Biden keeps repeating. Is it an ordinary lie, or is it a delusion?

(Biden did later meet Golda Meir. The Israelis were not impressed with the young senator, and certainly were not asking him to be their back channel to Egypt.)

A certain kind of Republican takes a lurid and celebratory view of Biden’s mental fugues. But you do not have to be a bitter partisan to be concerned about the fact that the president of the United States of America has become a sort of Walter Mitty, so deep into his fantasies that he muses in public about events that — let’s go ahead and emphasize this once more — never happened.

To broach the subject of the president’s competence in a formal way is a serious thing, one that Republicans probably cannot do effectively on their own. (Imagine the hilarious spectacle of Marjorie Taylor Greene arguing that somebody else is mentally unfit for office.) But it is difficult to imagine a single Democrat, much less a meaningful group of them, stepping up on this.

So we must rely either on Republican credibility or on Democratic political courage — i.e., we are hosed.

Because of Biden’s long history of habitual dishonesty, it is difficult to tell how much of this is Biden being Biden and how much of it is Biden no longer quite being Biden — how much is his longstanding and familiar moral disability and how much is, as it may be, late-life mental disability.

We need an independent medical assessment of the president’s mental health. That is a sobering fact to face, but face it we must. And right now, we need a Democrat who will say so in public.

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Civilization depends on the right to self defense

Video: Robbers Pull Out A Gun On A Off-Duty Cop With An Ice Cream Cone (And A Gun) – He Shows Huge Self-Defense Awareness And Serves Them Instant Justice

Covid vaccines

Japan warns of cardiac health risks from COVID vaccines


Do you trust this DOJ?

Justice Department tells court 'Alternative Mueller Report' found and may soon be released

You know who should not be permitted to have a gun? Funny how heaven and hell magically appear when useful



Reporter -- who, what, when, where and how


Journalist -- activist born to tell you right from wrong in their superior opinion. Can you expect any balance from such hatefulness.

A horrific tale of murder. Pity the poor child


Will the media be outraged?


Friday, December 3, 2021

All cultures are not equally civilized

Pakistan: Mob lynches Sri Lankan over alleged blasphemy

A Sri Lankan factory employee was beaten to death and set on fire by an angry mob in Pakistan's Sialkot. Police say the violence was triggered by allegations of blasphemy.

A crowd of people took part in an apparent lynching in northeast Pakistan on Friday, beating a Sri Lankan man to death and then burning his body, police said.

Pakistan daily Dawn said he worked as the export manager of a factory in the industrial city of Sialkot, where the killing took place.

"The factory workers tortured the manager," said provincial government spokesman Hassan Khawar, adding that 50 people have already been identified and arrested.

Videos and images from the scene circulated the social media, with some members of the mob taking selfies in front of the victim's body.

What triggered the lynching?

Sialkot police chief Armagan Gondal said the violence broke out after factory workers claimed the man was desecrating posters bearing the name of Prophet Muhammad. Separately, police officer Anwar Ghumman told DW the victim was accused of "desecrating Islamic stickers."

But other police representatives stopped short of confirming this account and said investigators were still gathering information about the cause of the incident. Police deployed a large contingent of forces to reestablish control over the area.

How have officials reacted?

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said he was overseeing the inquiry into the killing and that all involved "will be punished with full severity of the law."

Gun laws? We don't need no stinkin' gun laws