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Sunday, December 29, 2019

These companies helping Obama Foundation ‘transform’ America

These companies helping Obama Foundation ‘transform’ America

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    "Yes, the old community organizer remains devoted to societal change. His foundation fully reflects this commitment to "shifting" and "changing" U.S. and Western society at its core."

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Dershowitz: How Should the Senate Deal with an Unconstitutional Impeachment by the House?

How Should the Senate Deal with an Unconstitutional Impeachment by the House?

  • These two grounds [of impeachment] — abuse of power and obstruction of congress — are not among the criteria specified for impeachment. Neither one is a high crime and misdemeanor. Neither is mentioned in the constitution. Both are the sort of vague, open-ended criteria rejected by the framers. They were rejected precisely to avoid the situation in which our nation currently finds itself.
  • So, what options would the senate have if the House voted to impeach on two unconstitutional grounds? Would it be required to conduct a trial based on "void" articles of impeachment? Could it simply refuse to consider unconstitutional articles? Could the president's lawyer make a motion to the Chief Justice — who presides over the trial of an impeached president — to dismiss the articles of impeachment on constitutional grounds?
  • Regardless of the outcome, the damage will have been done by the House majority that will have abused its power by weaponizing the House's authority over impeachment for partisan purposes — exactly as Hamilton feared.
Alan M. Dershowitz is the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard Law School, a Distinguished Senior Fellow at Gatestone Institute, and author of The Case Against the Democratic House Impeaching TrumpSkyhorse Publishing, 2019, and Guilt by Accusation, Skyhorse publishing, 2019.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Billionaire Leftist George Soros Bought America's Media. Why Hasn't Anybody Noticed?

Billionaire Leftist George Soros Bought America's Media. Why Hasn't Anybody Noticed?

October 17, 2019 
Clenched-teeth presidential debaters unloaded Tuesday night on Big Pharma, Big Tech, Big-Almost-Everything -- any industry that pours Big Bucks into influencing American politics. Yet, they skimmed right over the scariest and most sinister big sell-out of all: Big Media.
Where during the CNN/New York Times Democratic debate was the crumbling Fourth Estate, whose downhill slide in the 21st Century has sent it on a desperate treasure hunt for sugar daddies to prop it up?
Why didn't the name George Soros pop up?
Democrats don't talk about Big Media's influence because they're the ones who benefit from it. With the exception of FOX, every one of the most influential national news outlets are campaigning -- I mean really flagrantly campaigning -- for far-left liberal candidates and causes.

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Why the Worldwide Left Is So Opposed to Donald Trump

Rush Limbaugh has finally said the words...
We who have been listening to Rush Lumbaugh through the years have known that his dialog often describes the threats from the Left in such general terms that it is impossible to convict Rush of rash, unfounded accusations. This week, however, he has been building up to a crescendo that resounded on Thursday to expose the true nature of the threat to our Republic from Transnationalism. On that occasion, he used the words of a speech by John Fonte to expose the "big picture" workings of both foreign influencers and domestic activists toward the destruction of Constitutional government in the United States
Rush then explains that he believes that President Trump is well aware of these existential threats and his every move is designed to slow or halt their progress against your national interest. If you take the time to read the entire transcript, you will reach the part where Rush explains that the Left's twisted accusations against Trump's "nationalism" are designed to obscure the real nature of this Administation's struggle to regain the sovereignty that has already been eroded by the Transnationalists. - ed.

Why the Worldwide Left Is So Opposed to Donald Trump

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Rebooting the Mind and Heart to Get at Humanity 2.0 and a Global Convergence

Rebooting the Mind and Heart to Get at Humanity 2.0 and a Global Convergence

by Robin

We are going to do a travelogue today using quotes from a UNESCO institute in India with a vision written by American education profs, hen a May conference at the Vatican we were not invited to, on to Washington, DC and a think tank tied to Betsy DeVos, and an upcoming August 8 conference at UN HQ right there along the East River. Then we get to visit the Silicon Valley to finish up. All of these initiatives are pushing the exact same visions and many are tied to the same institutions and people who worked so hard to misportray the Common Core and competency-based education in the US. None of these conferences though are mentioning each other unless you recognize common attendees and funding.

I don't think the ties to the False Narrative are an accident and if I, and my book Credentialed to Destroy, are going to be an irritant to that vision, I might as well be highly effective and revelatory in precisely what we are really jousting against here at ISC. In fact, it was following up on things that were put into print that were provably untrue that led me to the Humanity 2.0 conference so let's start there.

The full name of the Vatican's new initiative, now with co-sponsorship from Google, is "Humanity 2.0: A Shared Horizon for Humanity" that quotes its CEO, a Canadian tech entrepreneur, as stating that:
All that is required to change our destiny is prudence and the will to act. If history has taught us anything, it's that humans rarely rise to the occasion unless they're inspired by what 'should be', and this is why Humanity 2.0 is committed to articulating a common vision.
And then using education and the news media and social media platforms to impose that 'common vision' and create a "shared horizon to unite humankind." Humanity 2.0 also intends to facilitate "collaborative ventures between the public, private, and faith-based sectors." That convergence of every institution with the ability to forge policy probably explains why the website headlines with a quote from Thomas Aquinas that sounded eerily reminiscent of the Mihaly Csiksentmihalyi definition of Excellence in education we tracked to the General Evolution Research Group from the 1980s--education should tie together in the student what is wanted, known, and felt. These ties make sense since both GERG and Humanity 2.0 see education as the primary tool to create "the kind of human civilization we should be striving to build" in the internalized attitudes, values, and beliefs of the students.
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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Trump was right to threaten Mexico with tariffs

Trump was right to threaten Mexico with tariffs

A (North) America First policy

Donald Trump holds a piece of paper he said was a trade agreement with Mexico, while speaking to the media before departing from the White House
Let’s not mince words. President Trump and his loyalists were dead right. His threat of tariffs pushed Mexico to work harder to stop the Central American caravans, and the migrants who hope to exploit immigration law loopholes in order to receive asylum in the United States.
And the bipartisan, Trump-loathing political, business and media establishments were all dead wrong. They warned that his strong-arming would ignite a trade war, disrupt the thick web of supply chains linking the American and Mexican economies, and risk a recession. Equally off-base was the establishmentarians’ angst that Trump’s gambit would endanger the revamp of the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) that he has sought and which Mexico and Canada recently signed.
Trump busted a ballyhooed — but entirely phony — globalist policy norm. Immigration and trade policy must kept completely separate? Seriously? When one of Nafta’s selling points is a promise that prosperity in Mexico will keep Mexicans home? All the same, I hope Trump doesn’t whip out the tariff threat again. Not because Trump’s tactics were ‘bullying’ — a childish charge that pretends coercion plays no part in international relations. And not even because further actual or threatened levies will undermine Nafta’s intended replacement, the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Read the article at spectator.us...

Alan Tonelson is the founder of RealityChek, a public policy blog focusing on economics and national security, and the author of The Race to the Bottom.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Patriots take a stand at the HQ of Fake News Ireland RTE (Representing The Elite)

This is our FUTURE, for we are fighting the same agenda. If we do not get engaged on the ground local, state, and federal, this will be us! Remember, President Trump asked the American people in a speech during his campaign, "...do you want GLOBALISM or AMERICANISM?"
In the 1970's and 80's we spent time in Ireland. It was beautiful and not spoiled at all. It reminded us of small towns in our Country. Watch the video below and look what the Globalist have done.
The Smart Growth Socialist have already infiltrated the U.S. and put these policies into our cities and towns. We stopped the Seven50 regional plan, but it has not gone away. Watch our fellow Patriot in Ireland, Gemma O’Doherty, who is a multi award-winning journalist whose work has shone a light on some of the darkest corners of Irish life. The video will open you eyes and it will sound familiar to you. Please send this out to as many people as you can. Gemma is running for office in Ireland - another Patriot fighting for her COUNTRY.

A future Communist slum for the 'new Irish' on a historic Dublin hillside – Dublin Video

- Cindy,
Martin 9/12 TeaParty Committee

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Patrick Buchanan: Tariffs -- The Taxes That Made America Great


Patrick Buchanan: Tariffs -- The Taxes That Made America Great

 By Patrick J. Buchanan | May 14, 2019

As his limo carried him to work at the White House Monday, Larry Kudlow could not have been pleased with the headline in The Washington Post: "Kudlow Contradicts Trump on Tariffs."
The story began: "National Economic Council Director Lawrence Kudlow acknowledged Sunday that American consumers end up paying for the administration's tariffs on Chinese imports, contradicting President Trump's repeated inaccurate claim that the Chinese foot the bill."
A free trade evangelical, Kudlow had conceded on Fox News that consumers pay the tariffs on products made abroad that they purchase here in the U.S. Yet that is by no means the whole story.
A tariff may be described as a sales or consumption tax the consumer pays, but tariffs are also a discretionary and an optional tax.
If you choose not to purchase Chinese goods and instead buy comparable goods made in other nations or the USA, then you do not pay the tariff.
Read  the rest of the Commentary on cnsnews.com... 

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Taking Back ‘We the People’ From the Left

Taking Back ‘We the People’ From the Left

Constitutional populism, from Barry Goldwater to Donald Trump, built the modern right and changed the world.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

SSN: Florida Carry Sues Miami Beach over Police Action against 'Legally Armed' Fishermen

Florida Carry Sues Miami Beach over Police Action against 'Legally Armed' Fishermen

March 27, 2019
A lawsuit for deprivation of civil rights under color of law and violations of Florida firearms and fishing laws was filed Wednesday against the City of Miami Beach and officers of its police department. The action was over an incident in which the officers assaulted, battered, and detained law-abiding fishermen at a Florida Carry fishing meetup on the South Pointe Fishing Pier on June 24, 2018, according to Florida Carry. 
The incident was captured on video, available on this page.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Following The Rules: Courts Can Require Agencies To Follow Congressional Rules

Following The Rules: Courts Can Require Agencies To Follow Congressional Rules

March 18, 2019
As children, we were all taught to follow the rules -- obey your parents, share your toys, be nice to others. The same is true for our laws. When we break them, there are consequences.

But what happens when government bureaucrats fail to abide by the laws set forth by Congress?

The Constitution establishes three branches of government -- the executive, the legislative, and the judicial. While the Founders envisioned that Congress would create the rules by which the people were to abide, today’s reality is that alphabet soup agencies -- FDA, USDA, EPA, USFWS -- adopt most of the rules that Americans are subject to. These laws have become so numerous and oppressive that one civil rights lawyer estimates that every American has committed at least three federal crimes by dinnertime every day.

Read the rest of the article at Sunshine State News... 

Kaycee Royer is an attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, which litigates nationwide to achieve court victories enforcing the Constitution’s guarantee of individual liberty. Her article was originally published by Townhall.

Thursday, March 7, 2019

CALL TO ACTION: Tell Rep. Donalds To Co-Sponsor HB855 And Schedule Hearing ASAP By Keith Flaugh

CALL TO ACTION: Tell Rep. Donalds To Co-Sponsor HB855 And Schedule Hearing ASAP

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

#RedforEd: Socialists Organizing Teachers to Turn Purple States Blue by 2020

#RedforEd: Socialists Organizing Teachers to Turn Purple States Blue by 2020

 by Michael Patrick Leahy | 19 Feb 2019

A well-funded and subversive leftist movement of teachers in the United States threatens to tilt the political balance nationwide in the direction of Democrats across the country as Republicans barely hang on in key states that they need to hold for President Donald Trump to win re-election and for Republicans to have a shot at retaking the House and holding onto their Senate majority.

Monday, February 25, 2019



The Martin County School District announced plans to purchase a new administrative facility this afternoon at a location that will be familiar to many in the Martin County community.
On March 26, 2019, the Martin County School Board will vote on whether or not to approve a $7.5 million contract with Gannett Co., Inc. to purchase the TCPalm/ Stuart News Building, located at 1939 SE Federal Highway in Stuart. If approved, the school district would move its current administrative offices located at 500 E. Ocean Blvd. and 1050 E. 10th St. to the Stuart News building.
“The location of our administrative offices has been a pressing concern that has greatly impacted the orderly operations of the District,” said Christia Li Roberts, School Board Chair. “While the School Board had previously approved and set aside funding for the building of an administrative office, we put this process on hold to find a solution for the replacement of our two aging elementary schools.
Martin County voters generously approved a half-cent sales tax increase to expedite the replacement of these schools. The purchase price for the property is $7.5 million, and if approved by the Board, staff would move into the building before the start of the 2019-2020 school year.”
“This is a very exciting time in the Martin County School District,” Superintendent Laurie J. Gaylord said. “The opportunity to have all of our district level employees working under the same roof will help us streamline communication, collaboration and operational efficiency. This is something that has been long overdue, and I’m thrilled to see what the future will hold for our district.”
The public notice advertising the March 26 School Board meeting, which will include the Board’s consideration of the contract for building purchase, will be published in the TC Palm/Stuart News on February 23, 2019.

SSN: SCOTUS Just Made a Landmark Ruling that Reins in the Power of Government

SCOTUS Just Made a Landmark Ruling that Reins in the Power of Government

February 25, 2019 - 8:00am  
It got little attention on such a busy news day, but the Supreme Court issued a landmark rulinglast Wednesday for property rights.
The court unanimously ruled that the Eighth Amendment protection against excessive fines in cases of individuals charged or convicted of a crime applies not only to the federal government but also to the states’ seizure of property and other assets.
The particular case involved someone who was convicted for dealing drugs. Indiana authorities seized and auctioned off his Land Rover, even though it was not purchased with drug money, on grounds that he used it to commit crimes by driving it while dealing drugs (with that kind of tenuous connection, they could have seized his sneakers, too.)
Mike Huckabee, a resident of Seaside, is a Christian minister who served as the governor of Arkansas from 1996 to 2007 and was a Republican candidate for president in the primaries of both 2008 and 2016.  This column appeared Sunday on explainlife.com.

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Simon Black: Some clear thinking about Amazon’s ‘shocking’ tax incentives

Some clear thinking about Amazon’s ‘shocking’ tax incentives


Thursday, February 7, 2019

(What’s Left of) Our Economy: A Laughable Indictment of Trump’s World Bank Choice

(What’s Left of) Our Economy: A Laughable Indictment of Trump’s World Bank Choice

by  in (What's Left of) Our Economy

I was going to post this morning on more implications of yesterday’s new monthly U.S. trade figures, but as so often happens, the Mainstream Media has just come out with an article whose mind-boggling cluelessness reveals such deep-seated biases that I had to switch gears. Special bonus – it didn’t even come from a mainstay of the establishmentarian U.S. foreign policy and globalization Blob. Instead, we have the Financial Times editorial board to thank.
What other conclusion can be reasonably drawn from the FT editorial slamming President Trump’s appointment of David Malpass to head the World Bank?
Not that Malpass has been God’s Gift to Economics or to the cause of third world economic development. But according to the FT, a big problem with Malpass is that he lacks the leadership experience as well as intellectual and often political heft of previous U.S. choices like – wait for it – Robert S. McNamara.
That’s right – the same Robert McNamara who deserves such blame for the American disaster in Vietnam...