Hillary Clinton – Victim of everyone, especially the Russians – Conference today

We get a chance to see Hillary lose her wheels at her conference today. Even attacks the DNC. Enjoy. The full thing is mesmerizing. A bitter old hag.

Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton speaks with Recode’s Kara Swisher and The Verge’s Walt Mossberg at the Code Conference about her loss in the election and how Russia and technology played into that.

Then the Right Wing back in the day who did her wrong.

The full rant today that is worth the trip. An evening’s entertainment. Stunning.




Free rides for refugees – Displacing Europe’s Population

I am not a fan of Info Wars in particular, but they often provide leads to information one would not find otherwise. Either way, one has to wonder why Europe is so worried about Russia when they are no less allowing the Trojan horse of millions of refugees into their midst which will ultimately doom themselves. There are Millions of Dollars in the business of taking care of refugees, so this is not so far fetched. Check out

   There’s money to made on these Syrian Refugees‏ 

Here we go with the latest from Moon Battery:

Combine the mass importation of “refugees” with Africa’s exploding population rate and you have effective genocide. If this continues, within a century Europeans will face a situation as grim as whites do now in South Africa. Another century after that and no one will even remember Europeans; the continent will be populated by savages squatting in dung huts.

If Russia invaded, Europe would fight back. But to be conquered by Russians would be infinitely better than to be displaced out of existence by uncountable hordes of Africans, because there would still be such a thing as the future.

More at Moonbattery

Judge overturns sentence for notorious serial killer D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo

On Friday a federal judge tossed out two life sentences for one of Virginia’s most notorious criminals, sniper Lee Boyd Malvo and ordered Virginia courts to hold new sentencing hearings. Malvo arrived illegally in Miami in 2001 and, in December of that year, he and his mother were apprehended by the Border Patrol in Bellingham, Washington.[6] (His mother was deported back to Jamaica from the U.S. on December 15, 2002 in the aftermath of the D.C. area sniper shootings.)[7]) In January 2002, Malvo was released on a $1,500 bond.[6]    At the time of his arrest, he was 4 months shy of his 18th birthday. His partner John Allen Muhammad was an illegal as well.

Mustang offers us his view on the matter with a guest post:

Justice Denied

In 2002, Lee Boyd Malvo was convicted of taking part in a terrifying serial sniper murder case.  This saga isn’t over yet because (Clinton appointed) Federal District Judge Raymond Jackson (yep) has thrown out Malvo’s back to back life sentences … on the basis that the sentences were unconstitutional.  The claim: Malvo wasn’t aware when he made a plea bargain (to avoid the death sentence) that teenagers have rights denied to everyone else … well, because they’re teenagers.

Malvo was only 17 when he was arrested for a series of shootings that killed ten people and wounded three more.  Typical of cowards, Malvo and his side-kick shot people while concealed in the trunk of an automobile.  (Aside: the press initially reported that these murders were being carried out by terrorists, but later the press said “No, this wasn’t terrorism.”  If a certain behavior causes terror among people, it’s terrorism … further proof that the American people should completely ignore the lame-stream media).

By the way, Malvo’s lawyers are now arguing that he was but a naïve child at the time of his crimes, merely a pawn of accomplice John Allen Muhammad (yep) and that, as such, Malvo should have a future opportunity for parole.  Jackson’s decision follows two Supreme Court decisions, one that prohibited mandatory life sentences without parole for juveniles, and the other that established a framework within which retroactive reviews of all such sentences might be conducted by state courts.  Judge Anthony Kennedy authored this majority opinion (Oh say it isn’t so!)  Typically a leftist, Kennedy opined, (paraphrasing) that the opportunity for release of convicted dependents [should be] granted to those who can demonstrate they are capable of change.  Kennedy/Jackson seem not at all bothered that ten innocent persons were murdered by this scumbag, and laying cold in the grave, had no opportunity to reach their full potential in life.  Typical of leftist thinking, in my view … 

No doubt Malvo will be released one day; I have little doubt that he will be  welcomed with open arms into the loving care of the Nation of Islam (with whom then Senator Obama’s Trinity Baptist Church formed an ever-so-close alliance). 

Justice in America today depends on skin color; it is precisely this sort of selective law-making by the courts that generates the kind of anger displayed by Dylann Roof in Charleston.  So I have to ask: is this the best our country’s courts can do? 

Memorial Day – 2017

I hope everyone is having a great weekend. A special remembrance for World War II veterans whose members are leaving us every day. Well done, and thank you for your sacrifices. Here is Gene Autry’s  special ”Old Soldiers Never Die” tribute.

Sunday Respite – The Sound of Silence

Today I chose Simon and Garfunckle “Sound of Silence” for my Sunday Respite. Wishing everyone a special day as we remember those who gave so much so that we could enjoy this day. I suggest watching this in full screen.

The Sound Of Silence.  Special Panflute music.

Hillary Invokes Watergate During Speech – Forgets To Mention She Got Dumped from Watergate for Being “Liar”

During her commencement address to graduates at Wellesley College, Hillary Clinton compared the investigation into ties between Russia and the Trump administration to the Watergate scandal. She fails to mention her hubby Bill’s little problem.

For the record… Nixon was not impeached – Her husband Bill was.

And Hillary’s former boss during the Watergate hearings said she was a “liar” and “unethical” and refused to hire her. H/T: Gateway Pundit

From the post:May 18, 2013 — bunkerville  Hillary Clinton: Watergate, Our first taste of her delicious corruption

Trump’s budget is not the dire killing kids and Grandma

So much all of this gloom and doom about the 2018 Budget proposal by Trump. Today a guest post by Mustang with his interesting analysis.

America’s Economic Security

Diaper-headed persons aren’t the only folk capable of throwing bombs.  OMB Director Mick Mulvaney threw one recently and by every measure, the bomb was one of those multiple warhead configurations.  At this early stage, I think it would be fair to say that Trump’s plan for achieving America’s economic security has the leftists quaking in their designer shoes. Here first the Mulvaney presser; it gets interesting around the 9:30 mark.  It is worthy of a few minutes of your time.  For more background on Mulvaney, click here.

The Trump bill calls for a spending cut of $1.74 trillion.  No surprise, the usual suspects are running around proclaiming the bill is dead on arrival.  How’s this for optimism?

In criticizing the previous administration, Mulvaney stated, “Look, if you borrow money … if I take money from you and have no intention of giving it back, that’s not borrowing; it’s theft.”  Rather, Mulvaney stated that he’s offering the American people a 3% growth rate, and a balanced budget in ten years … and he says the Trump administration can do this without touching Social Security and Medicare.

 In any case, the way I see it, Mulvaney’s approach seems to be a centrist position; helping people by weaning them off welfare assistance programs.  This is not an ultra-conservative notion, but it is Reaganesque.  I can support it.  Mulvaney went on to say, “We’re no longer measuring compassion by the number of programs, or the number of people on those programs, but by the number of people we get off of those programs.”

 So, the leftists are screaming bloody murder, but then so too are the ultra-conservatives.  One in particular is a fellow named Peter Schiff.  Peter is a broker, which means that no matter what happens to the economy, he stands to profit by it.  In my view, brokers are somewhat like bookies … they get paid even if you lose.  If you have a few more minutes, here is Peter (not a fan of Trump, or his budget) being interviewed about the Trump economic plan.  (Note: look at the small banner in the upper right side of the screen that reads “Revenge Economics.”  Is this clever, or what?)  What Schiff wants is to stop all entitlement programs, period.  For an expanded background on Schiff, click here.

 Personally, as someone who’s paid in to social service programs against my will for more than fifty years, I want every dime I can get from it.  Still, I would be interested in hearing what the reader’s think about the Trump bill.

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