British star faces jail for eugenics comment, Obamacare supports it

Juxtapose these two stories. The first being that of a British TV star who could be jailed because a “Down” baby squeaked by and was born, thus avoiding abortion, and should be “put down” against a Jonathan Gruber clip who testifies in support of the Obamacare “Death Panels” and abortion. He terms it “positive selection.” Here we go:

A BBC reality TV star could be jailed for posting on Facebook that children born with Down’s Syndrome should be ‘put down’.

Ursula Presgrave – who appeared on BBC3’s The Call Centre – was taken to court after saying disabled children should be killed instead of living the ‘pointless life of a vegetable’.

The 23-year-old pleaded guilty to an offence under the Malicious Communications act and now faces a maximum sentence of six months in jail or a £5,000 fine.

Presgrave, who was known on the BBC show for her tattoos, piercings and foul language, told Facebook followers: ‘Anyone born with down syndrome should be put down, it’s just cruel to let them lead a pointless life of a vegetable.’

The call centre worker, who appeared alongside Nev Wilshire in the BBC Three fly-on-the-wall series, was arrested after police also found photos joking about the disabled on her phone, Swansea Magistrates’ Court heard. Keep Reading…

Here is a previous post Obamacare Gruber: ‘Abortion of marginal children’ a ‘social good’ UPDATE 

Embattled MIT professor Jonathan Gruber has not only gotten in trouble for bragging about helping President Obama put one over on the American people with Obamacare, he’s also been uncovered as an abortion advocate—but not a run-of-the-mill advocate of “women’s rights.”

No, Gruber’s abortion advocacy is of a particularly pungent eugenics variety. He’s on record repeatedly making the case from social science that abortion is a “social good” because it reduces the number of “marginal children,” by which he means urban poor—those he says can be counted on to commit crimes if they were ever born.

Gruber co-authored a paper during the Clinton years which argued that legal abortion had saved the U.S. taxpayer upwards of $14 billion in welfare benefits and that it also lowered crime.

Keep reading…

Pentagon contracted out code writing to Russians

Where to even start with a comment on this one. Writing the code for the Pentagon was probably as serious as having them shoot a missile at us. Where are the headlines? Where is the media? This regime is out to destroy us, and the ticking bomb has been planted. Does anyone think that Hillary wasn’t hacked? Where are the prison terms? Here we go:

The Pentagon was tipped off in 2011 by a longtime Army contractor that Russian computer programmers were helping to write computer software for sensitive U.S. military communications systems, setting in motion a four-year federal investigation that ended this week with a multimillion-dollar fine against two firms involved in the work.

The contractor, John C. Kingsley, said in court documents filed in the case that he discovered the Russians’ role after he was appointed to run one of the firms in 2010. He said the software they wrote had made it possible for the Pentagon’s communications systems to be infected with viruses.

Greed drove the contractor to employ the Russian programmers, he said in his March 2011 complaint, which was sealed until late last week. He said they worked for one-third the rate that American programmers with the requisite security clearances could command. His accusations were denied by the firms that did the programming work.

More at the Daily Beast

Bill Clinton on Debate Commission Board

Bill Clinton– why not exit stage left and get off? I am getting as sick of hearing about Bill Clinton as his little lady. I am sure he has/will have no involvement. It is a farcical primary for the Democrats anyway. Here we go:

A conflict of interest could be afoot at the Commission on Presidential Debates if Hillary Clinton gets the Democratic presidential nomination. Her husband, former president Bill Clinton, is an honorary chairman on the commission leadership board.

“The general is a completely different issue. It’s not part of [the primary debate discussion] at all. My guess is there will be change in the general election debates too. I think the commission has highlighted that too,” Ben Ginsburg, GOP lawyer and current liaison between the Republican primary campaigns and network sponsors told The Daily Caller Sunday night. “I think the Annenberg working group talked about a lot of different options in the general election debates and it will ultimately be left up to the candidates and the nominees to decide.”

The other Democrat who is an honorary chair is former president Jimmy Carter. The only two former Republican presidents who served as honorary chairmen of the commission, Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan, are deceased. It is unclear, however, how Carter and Clinton function in these roles.

Read more: Daily Caller

Hillary Clinton asked about scandals, audience gasps in horror

A bright young man in New Hampshire had the audacity to ask Hillary a question about her past scandals. The crowd gasps. Wouldn’t it have been great if one of the moderators could have inquired into her scandal plagued past as well? First the clip then some old time news.

Earlier I posted: Hillary Clinton, the FBI, and Travelgate – a lesson about her moral fiber, and Hillary Clinton fired from Watergate Commission for ‘lying, unethical behavior’ just in case you missed these posts.

John Fund exposed the notable moments from Hillary Clinton’s life that will be left out of NBC’s upcoming miniseries about her life — such as Travelgate, her cattle-futures controversy​, and Whitewater — which begins after the Lewinsky scandal.

Read more on his take in his piece, “Get Ready for the All-Hail-Hillary Movies.

Vote Tally Count Paul Ryan Speaker of the House of Representatives

Election of the Speaker – Two posts today

Vote DetailsUPDATE: Paul Ryan vote tally Here for individual votes.


114th Congress
Oct 29, 2015
Ryan (WI)

RYAN (WI) 236
236 0
0 184
9 0
0 1
0 1
0 1
2 1
REQUIRED: Simple Majority source:
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CNBC with 150 seconds of a terrible debate

One can only shake one’s head in disbelief that the GOP would ever agree to such nonsense regarding the process of the GOP debates. The media even gets to chose which candidates get to debate. For those who chose to watch baseball or otherwise have an enjoyable evening, good for you. Here are the lowlights.

This video sums up the nonsense in just 150 seconds.

Clinton Foundation donor lobbies State Dept – Gets funding

Apparently the interest in Hillary’s Emails has waned to the point that the release of new ones gets scant attention. Forget Benghazi, this is the smoking gun for me. The Clinton’s money machine tells us all we need to know about the qualifications for another Clinton in the White House. As the saying goes, follow the money. Remember this one? Hillary Clinton’s brother gets rare Haitian gold mine permit. For more on Haiti try The Clintons: Viceroys of Haiti – BreitbartHere we go with the latest scandal:

A donor to the Clinton Foundation reached out to Hillary Clinton’s office to promote a Haiti hotel project that later received support from the U.S. government and Bill Clinton, according to emails released by the Department of State.

Richard L. Friedman, a Boston hotel developer emailed Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff, to tout the project on May 17, 2011.

He is not the only Clinton donor associated with Marriott’s efforts in Haiti. The company Digicel Group teamed up with Marriott International in 2011 in Port-au-Prince to build a luxury hotel, which opened earlier this year.

Digicel has contributed between $25,000 and $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation, and its owner, the Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien, has donated between $5 million and $10 million. Unigestion Holdings, a subsidiary of Digicel that was reportedly tasked with managing the hotel project, gave between $10,000 and $25,000.

Marriott International is also a hefty donor to the Clinton Foundation, contributing between $50,000 and $100,000.

According to a Marriott press release on Nov. 28, 2011, the Clinton Foundation helped arrange the partnership between the hotel group and Digicel.

Marriott has received support for its hotel projects from the U.S. government and affiliated international donor groups. In 2012, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, a U.S. government entity whose budget is linked to the State Department, pledged to provide long-term loans of up to $200 million to help finance Marriott International “environmentally-sustainable” hotel construction in “emerging markets” in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

The International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group whose U.S. funding is also linked to the State Department appropriations, provided $26.5 million in financing to help construct the Port-au-Prince Marriott in 2013.

More at Free Beacon


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