I Don’t Think Saul and His Buddies Ever Dreamed This Would Happen

So, Why Not turn them back against them?
Alinsky’s tactics are so yesterday, the only fools who still follow them are the Clintonista’s and the progressive left.

 

Those of us who get what’s going on, are singing this toon.

 

 

“The Left is now getting massively out-Alinskyed, and the hilarious thing is that this band of withered hippies, unemployable millennial safe-space cases, and unlovable, unshaven lib feminists don’t even know it,” wrote columnist Kurt Schlichter recently in TownHall.

“Thank you, Andrew Breitbart. You yelled ‘Follow me!’ and led a movement that had previously been dominated by doofy wonks and bow-tied geeks over the top in a glorious bayonet charge against the paper tiger liberal elite.”

The whole idea of having Trump/free speech rallies in Berkeley is of historic nature. In 1968 the free speech movement happened in Berkeley to support communism. Now it is happening again in 2017 to support anti-communism /pro American ideals, in hostile territory.

 

 
“Alinksy Works For Us Now”

Saul Alinksy’s “Rules for Radicals,” published at the height of the counterculture movement, has long been required reading for community organizers on the left worldwide. It inspired activists with the labor movements, Occupy Wall Street, and Black Lives Matter as well as the European communist movement in France and Spain.

A young Ma Clinton wrote her senior thesis on Alinsky and fawningly corresponded with him.  Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals is like Antifa’s Quran. They tend to follow his rules explicitly and inflexibly.

But recently Alinsky has drawn a less likely group of devotees.

Though most of Alinsky’s keyboard warriors on the left continue to claim to eschew violence and laud, as he did, the passive resistance techniques of Mahatma Gandhi and the Civil Rights movement.

His writings are not necessarily inconsistent with the anti fa’s embrace of recent street battles.
“The future does not argue for making a special religion of nonviolence,” he wrote.

“It will be remembered for what it was, the best tactic for its time and place.”

I have a feeling it’s gonna be a Long Hot Summer….

President Trump Unveils Massive Tax Cuts In New Tax Plan

 

Progressive/democrats are likely to find fault with it but who seriously cares.

 

The Trump administration has the Republican Party rowing with both oars in the water.

Next, on the agenda will be replacing Obama’s Health Rationing Plan that failed America.

 

Lowering taxes on corporations and individuals will allow the taxpayer to put their money back in the marketplace to buy more goods and services or investing the money.

 

Repatriating the 2.4 trillion dollars that big business has sitting off shore will be an excellent way to get that money working for the American taxpayer.

 

 
Reuters
April 26, 2017
WASHINGTON

President Donald Trump unveiled a one-page plan on Wednesday proposing deep U.S. tax cuts, many for businesses, that would make the federal deficit balloon if enacted, drawing a cautious welcome from fiscal conservatives and financial markets.

 

While the proposed tax cuts would please those helped by them, such as multinational corporations and wealthy taxpayers, Trump’s package fell far short of the kind of comprehensive tax reform that both parties in Washington have sought for years.

As his milestone 100th day in office on Saturday nears, Trump has scrambled to show progress on his agenda. The tax plan, though meager in detail, matched up closely with the promises he made during his victorious 2016 election campaign.

Investors, who had awaited tax-plan details for months, largely shrugged off the news, with many saying it was still short on specifics and faced a long road to enactment.

 

U.S. National Economic Director Gary Cohn (L) and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin end their briefing after unveiling the Trump administration’s tax reform proposal in the White House briefing room in Washington, U.S, April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

“Wake me up when something actually gets signed into law,” said Greg McBride, chief financial analyst at Bankrate.com in West Palm Beach, Florida

Only Congress can make major tax law changes, and Democrats immediately attacked the Republican president’s plan as fiscally irresponsible.

“President Trump’s tax plan is short on details and long on giveaways to big corporations and billionaires,” said Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat in the House of Representatives.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the top Republicans on the congressional tax-writing committees welcomed the Trump proposals, while leaving space for details to change as legislation evolves.

“The principles outlined by the Trump administration today will serve as critical guideposts” as Congress and the administration work on tax changes, they said in a statement.

U.S. stocks pared gains on Wednesday after the plan was unveiled. While Wall Street has been optimistic about the prospect of corporate tax cuts since Trump’s election in November, the stocks rally has stalled lately because of a lack of clarity about Trump’s policies and concern over his failure to push through a healthcare bill.

The benchmark Dow Jones industrial average of blue-chip stocks DJI on Wednesday closed down one-tenth of 1 percent.

Some analysts said investors were aware of the long road ahead before any tax bill is passed.

 

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The Beaten Man

By Jim Campbell

April 26, 2016

 

Imagine the overwhelming sense of failure tat “Slick must feel each time he rolls over every 5 years and sees the winner of the Oscar Meyer porker of the year award.

 

Seriously, Slick must rue the day that for political expediency he and Hilda hooked up to become America’s “Odd Couple.”

Both must be put before a grand jury and bound over to trial for treason.

Neither is worth shooting, drawing and quartering them would be the proper thing to do.

Bring on the Clydesdales, they have some heavy lifting to do. 

 

It really stuns him when he realizes he is the same age as President Trump and the Trump is married to Melania.

 

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Pelosi breakdown? Garbles words, mispronounces countries in short speech

Was there any difference between her little snippet below and her usual muddled thought processes?

 

I don’t believe so, Nancy Pelosi is, has been, and always will be a complete fool and idiot.

She doesn’t belong in congress she belongs in a rubber room.

Yep, she belongs on 24 hr. lock down.

When she sleeps at night this is the only sound she should be allowed to hear. (Source)

 
 
 
April 26, 2017
 

Nancy Pelosi’s mission on Tuesday was to give a brief speech and not renew questions about her health.

She couldn’t do it.

During Pelosi’s brief 7-minute speech to Refugees International, the House Democratic Leader garbled names, other words, and even mispronounced countries.

She congratulated honorees for their well-deserved “resc — recognition.”

 

Pelosi complimented Refugees International’s “strong moral varce — voice.”

She said America “degrades our values and our security when we slam the door in the face of children freeing — fleeing atrocities.”

She botched country names as she read them from her notes.

“With the specter of famine looming in, over northeast Nigeria, Somalia, south “Sudon,” and “Yuma — Yamen,” she said, flubbing “Yemen.”

Pelosi asserted cutting the foreign aid budget would “only deepen the crisis-fighting — facing the children.”

“Children, America, children need America to be their champion,” she said moments later.

Pelosi thanked Refugees International for “channeling — challenging us to honor our values.”

Just over 7 minutes after she started,

Pelosi thanked the group for the invitation, stood and stared awkwardly, then made her way off the stage.

 

 

 

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University Of Nevada Renames Vito Corleone School Of Business Following Latest Accusations Against Benefactor School Of Business Following Latest Accusations Against Benefactor

RENO, NV—Saying any suggestion of criminal activity was incompatible with the school’s values, the University of Nevada announced Tuesday that it will rename the Vito Corleone School of Business in the wake of accusations against the benefactor, the late Michael Corleone.

 

 

 

 

“While we will forever be grateful to the Corleone family for more than 60 years of generous support, we cannot allow our institution to remain in the shadow of these allegations,” said University of Nevada president Marc Johnson, who acted in response to widespread community pressure following newly uncovered evidence that Corleone, the heir to the Genco Pura Olive Oil fortune, was involved in money laundering, bribery of state officials, and the 1955 disappearance of Manhattan bookkeeper Carlo Rizzi.

 

“This is indeed a sad day for the community as we must cut ties with a family that has provided so much for our university, including the recent expansion of Sonny Field and the continued funding of the Peter Clemenza Endowed Chair in Neuroscience.

 

However, we believe this action is in the best interest of our university, and we wish the Corleone family the best in their future endeavors.”

 

The God Father entire movie below.

 

Sources confirmed that the decision to part ways with the school’s largest donor comes at a time when it is already struggling with the substantial spending cuts that were the cornerstone of the latest budget signed by Governor Pat Geary Jr.
Vito Corleone was a very special kind of guy.

 

Back in the day if you needed a colonoscopy with anesthesia, he performed one without it using a jackhammer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UPDATE: Hate Speech Defined

Remember the old phrase we used as kids, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me?”

 

Well, that’s not exactly true, words can certainly hurt and result in the end of a relationship.

The progressive left in our country including its media has no problem whatsoever attacking Republicans and President Trump specifically with their hate speech.

Perhaps it’s time for all to lighten up and not take the spoken word so seriously.

 

Of course, that will cut out a large number of the ACLU’s cases, but who really cares?

 

Perhaps you would like to hear Kinky Friedman and the Texas Jewboys sing their only hit, “I’m proud to be an asshole from El Paso.

 

The ACLU is made up primarily of liberal and Jewish lawyers who tend to be unAmerican in their thinking.

Screw them if they can’t take a joke.

Knowing It When You See It

In his concurring opinion in the 1964 Jacobellis v. Ohio case, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart delivered what has become the most well-known line related to the detection of “hard-core” pornography: the infamous “I know it when I see it.” statement.
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“I have reached the conclusion, that under the First and Fourteenth Amendments criminal laws in this area are constitutionally limited to hard-core pornography.

I shall not today attempt further to define the kinds of material I understand to be embraced within that shorthand description; and perhaps I could never succeed in intelligibly doing so. But I know it when I see it, and the motion picture involved in this case is not that.

As far as unintentionally comical lines in judicial opinions go, “I know it when I see it” is as good as it gets.

The phrase immediately invokes images of black-robed Supreme Court justices pouring over pornographic magazines and screening “adult” movies, paying special attention to whether or not the materials tickle their “prurient interests.”

You’d be hard pressed to find a First Amendment analyst or constitutional law professor who doesn’t have at least one “I know it when I see it” joke on hand.

Does Freedom of Speech Offend You?

 

If one is afraid of free speech perhaps it’s time to ask why?

The American Bar

 

Debating the “Mighty Constitutional Opposites”

Debating Hate Speech

Hate speech is speech that offends, threatens, or insults groups, based on race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or other traits.

Should hate speech be discouraged?

The answer is easy—of course!

However, developing such policies runs the risk of limiting an individual’s ability to exercise free speech.

When a conflict arises about which is more important, protecting community interests or safeguarding the rights of the individual, a balance must be found that protects the civil rights of all without limiting the civil liberties of the speaker.

In the United States, there is no right to speak fighting words, those words without social value, directed to a specific individual, that would provoke a reasonable member of the group about whom the words are spoken.

For example, a person cannot utter a racial or ethnic epithet to another if those words are likely to cause the listener to react violently.

However, under the First Amendment, individuals do have a right to speech that the listener disagrees with and to speech that is offensive and hateful.

 

No hate speech ever uttered by these assholes!

 

Think about it. It’s always easier to defend someone’s right to say something with which you agree.

But in a free society, you also have a duty to defend speech to which you may strongly object.

Acts Speak Louder than Words
One way to deal effectively with hate speech is to create laws and policies that discourage bad behavior but do not punish bad beliefs.

Another way of saying this is to create laws and policies that do not attempt to define hate speech as hate crimes, or “acts.”

In two recent hate crime cases, the U.S. Supreme Court concluded that acts, but not speech, may be regulated by law.

 

R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul, 505 U.S. 377 (1992), involved the juvenile court proceeding of a white 14-year-old who burned a cross on the front lawn of the only black family in a St. Paul, Minn., neighborhood.

Burning a cross is a very hateful thing to do: it is one of the symbols of the Ku Klux Klan, an organization that has spread hatred and harm throughout this country.

The burning cross clearly demonstrated to this family that at least this youth did not welcome them in the neighborhood.

The family brought charges, and the boy was prosecuted under a Minnesota criminal law that made it illegal to place, on public or private property, a burning cross, swastika, or another symbol likely to arouse “anger, alarm, or resentment in others on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, or gender.” The case went all the way to the Supreme Court, which ruled that the Minnesota law was unconstitutional because it violated the youth’s First Amendment free speech rights.

The case went all the way to the Supreme Court, which ruled that the Minnesota law was unconstitutional because it violated the youth’s First Amendment free speech rights.

Note that the Court did not rule that the act itself—burning a cross on the family’s front lawn—was legal.

In fact, the youth could have been held criminally responsible for damaging property or for threatening or intimidating the family.

Instead, the law was defective because it improperly focused on the motivation for—the thinking that results in—criminal behavior rather than on criminal behavior itself. It attempted to punish the youth for the content of his message, not for his actions.

In the second case, Wisconsin v. Mitchell, 508 U.S. 476 (1993), Mitchell and several black youth were outside a movie theater after viewing Mississippi Burning, in which several blacks are beaten.

A white youth happened to walk by, and Mitchell yelled,

“There goes a white boy; go get him!” Mitchell and the others attacked and beat the boy.

In criminal law, penalties are usually based on factors such as the seriousness of the act, whether it was accidental or intentional, and the harm it caused to the victim.

It is also not unusual to have crimes treated more harshly depending upon who the victim is.

For example, in most states battery (beating someone) is punished more harshly if the victim is a senior citizen, a young child, a police officer, or a teacher.

 

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UPDATE: Why the U.S. Military failed to finish the job in North Korea the during the first Korean War

 

According to Politico, all 100 members of the Senate chamber have been summoned to meet at the WH for a private briefing with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joe Dunford, and Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats on the situation involving North Korea.

 

 

To some, war looks inevitable with North Korea.

The U.S. Has An ‘Active Cyber War Underway’ To Thwart The North Korean Nuclear Threat. (Source)

It would not be conventional requiring boots on the ground, it would use stealth bombers instead of conventional bombers, to deliver as many MOAB’s as it would take to wipe them off the map.

This job should have been completed during the original Korean War.

President Truman’s statement of June 27 illustrates his concern with communist aggression and expansion. In it, Truman argues that “communism has passed beyond the use of subversion to conquer independent nations and will now use armed invasion and war.”

Truman’s statement suggests that he believed the attack by North Korea had been part of a larger plan by communist China and, by extension, the Soviet Union.

 

The President believed that the Korean situation was like that of Greece in 1947.

He informed his advisors that he believed the invasion was “very obviously inspired by the Soviet Union.”

This gave America a moral imperative to act.

“If we don’t put up a fight now,” Truman observed to his staff, there was “no telling what they’ll do.”

His concern over the future of anticommunist governments in Asia showed in his public statement.

Truman pledged to defend Formosa (Taiwan) from attack and to support French forces in Indochina, a conflict that would eventually escalate into the Vietnam War.

Yet Truman had no wish to provoke a full-scale war with the Soviets. By blaming “communism” in the statement, as opposed to the Soviet Union, Dean Acheson later explained, the administration sought to give the Soviets a “graceful exit” and not provoke

In it, Truman argues that “communism has passed beyond the use of subversion to conquer independent nations and will now use armed invasion and war.”

Truman’s statement suggests that he believed the attack by North Korea had been part of a larger plan by communist China and, by extension, the Soviet Union.

The President believed that the Korean situation was similar to that of Greece in 1947.

Truman’s statement also reflected a new military order.

Although the United States took the lead in the Korean action, it did so under the rubric of the United Nations.

Truman made it clear that his actions fell within the measures recommended by the United Nations, and reminded “all members of the United Nations” to “consider carefully the consequences of this latest aggression in Korea” and that America “will continue to uphold the rule of law.”(Source)

It would have had the Chinese not sent in an overwhelming number of troops.

They came out of the hills near Unsan, North Korea, blowing bugles in the dying light of day on 1 November 1950, throwing grenades and firing their “burp” guns at the surprised American soldiers of the 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division.

Those who survived the initial assaults reported how shaken the spectacle of massed Chinese infantry had left them.

Thousands of Chinese had attacked from the north, northwest, and west against scattered U.S. and South Korean (Republic of Korea or ROK) units moving deep into North Korea.

The Chinese seemed to come out of nowhere as they swarmed around the flanks and over the defensive positions of the surprised United Nations (UN) troops.

Within hours the ROK 15th Regiment on the 8th Cavalry’s right flank collapsed, while the 1st and 2d Battalions of the 8th Cavalry fell back in disarray into the city of Unsan.

By morning, with their positions being overrun and their guns falling silent, the men of the 8th Cavalry tried to withdraw, but a Chinese roadblock to their rear forced them to abandon their artillery, and the men took to the hills in small groups.

Only a few scattered survivors made it back to tell their story.

The remaining battalion of the 8th Cavalry, the 3d, was hit early in the morning of 2 November with the same “human wave” assaults of bugle-blowing Chinese.

In the confusion, one company-size Chinese element was mistaken for South Koreans and allowed to pass a critical bridge near the battalion command post (CP).

Once over the bridge, the enemy commander blew his bugle, and the Chinese, throwing satchel charges and grenades, overran the Korean peninsula. (Source)

Whether or not for security reasons, no congressional staffers will be allowed in the members’ briefing.

 

Thus, we were left with the 38th parallel, the dividing line between North and South Korea as a participation trophy for another failed effort in another failed interventional adventure.

According to Politico, U.S. commercial satellite images indicated increased activity around North Korea’s nuclear test site, while Kim Jong-un has said that the country’s preparation for an ICBM launch is in its “final stage.”

 

Even a North Korean dog eater would crap in his pants one he found  James Mattis was on to his game. 

 

The USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group has been ordered to sail to waters off the Korean peninsula in response to mounting concern over the North’s nuclear activity.

In its usual bluster, North Korea said on Sunday it was ready to sink a U.S. aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might.

 

 

A great video of the US Military sending it’s most deadly message to the leadership of the North Korean Military in Military exercise.

WATERS SURROUNDING THE KOREAN PENINSULA, Republic of Korea

(March. 19, 2017)- U.S. Navy ships assigned to Commander, Task Force (CTF) 30 and CTF 70 are scheduled to begin a series of exercises with the Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy March 21, 2017 to strengthen maritime interoperability and tactics, techniques and procedures.

The USS Carl Vinson, the guided-missile destroyer USS Wayne E Meyer and the guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain participate in an exercise with Japanese destroyers in March. Photograph: US navy/EPA

The U.S. routinely conducts CSG operations in the waters around the Republic of Korea to exercise maritime maneuvers, strengthen the U.S.-ROK alliance, and improve regional security.

Additional surface, subsurface, and air assets joining the bilateral exercise include  The USS Carl Vinson, Carrier Air Wing 2, Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Barry (DDG 52), USS Wayne E Meyer (DDG 108), USS McCampbell (DDG 85), USS Stethem (DDG 63), Los Angeles-class nuclear fast attack submarine USS Columbus (SSN 762), and P-3/P-8 Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft from Commander, Task Force 72.

Vinson deployed to the region under U.S. 3rd Fleet command and control, including beyond the international dateline, which previously divided operational areas of responsibility for 3rd and 7th Fleets.

Third Fleet operating forward offers additional options to the Pacific Fleet commander by leveraging the capabilities of 3rd and 7th Fleets.

This operational concept allows both numbered fleets to complement one another and provide the foundation of stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.

The U.S. Navy maintains a presence in the Indo-Asia-Pacific to help preserve peace and security and further our partnerships with friends and allies.

Our forward presence contributes to freedom of navigation and lawful use of the sea, as well as furthers operational training and enables an exchange of culture, skills, and tactical knowledge.

 

I think this meeting may be a clear signal to Little Kim he’s pushed his luck, and about to find out he’s not dealing with appeasing push-overs like Bill Clinton or Barry Sortero.

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