Monday, August 21, 2017

Flashback: MSNBC LAUGHS AT TRUMP WHEN HE RUNS AND THEN MELTDOWN WHEN HE WINS!

For yrs Dems do Jefferson/Jackson dinners to raise $$; Why have they honored these slave owners?Will they stop and give back all that money?

Sen. McCaskill (D-MO) Admits Democrats Passing Obamacare Was A Mistake

NYT’s Yamiche Alcindor Laments How Dems Are Leaderless, Led By A Democratic Socialist or Schumer

Walmart expands grocery service with Uber to two more markets

The San Jose Mercury News

Joe Scarborough and Former Dem. Rep Harold Ford Highlight DNC Terrible Fundraising, Lack Of Message

McDonald’s Set To Close 169 Locations, Jeopardizing Thousands Of Jobs

Yes Roundabout with Geddy Lee on Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2017

The Democrat Party's Grassroots Leadership.... Goldman Sachs CEO.

The "Progressive Liberal" Wipes His Butt With The Confederate Flag . Wrestling's Bad Guy Makes News Again

Deadspin

Seattle venture capitalist Matt McIlwain’s non-profit sues city over income tax on high earners


The Geekwire

Trump, Pershing and Persuasion . Could Trump possibly be winning this week?

The Wall Street Journal

Outrage Over University Press Caving in to Chinese Censorship. Cambridge University Press reverses decision to censor books in China.

Inside Higher Ed and UPI.

75% of black California boys don’t meet state reading standards

Keith Ellison Reveals Nancy Pelosi’s Real Views On Single-Payer [VIDEO]


The Daily Caller

MI pizzeria cancels pro-Trump 9/11 event after death threats

The American Mirror

63 shot over weekend in Chicago; only long July 4th weekend more violent this year

The Chicago Tribune reports:
More people were shot in Chicago over the weekend than on any other this year, except for the Fourth of July weekend that stretched four days, according to police and data kept by the Chicago Tribune.

At least 63 people were shot in the city, and eight of them were killed, police said. More than half of them were wounded over 13 hours from Saturday to early Sunday. At least 16 more people were shot through the day Sunday, including three on the same street in South Austin.

inRead invented by Teads

The level of violence exceeded the 52 shot on the three-day Memorial Day but fell short of the 102 hit by gunfire over the long Fourth of July weekend, according to Tribune data. Still, fewer people have been shot in Chicago this year than at this time last year: 2,435 compared to 2,710.

There have been at least 451 homicides this year, 16 fewer than this time last year, Tribune data show.
Proud moments of one party rule.

John Stossel - Cool Commies and Other Myths

Eavesdrop on MoveOn.org's 'emergency mass organizing call'

WND reports:
What do Social Justice Warriors do on a Sunday night?

They hold “emergency mass organizing calls” to censure President Trump and provide a special training about white nationalism.

WND.com eavesdropped on MoveOn.org’s latest call Sunday evening, and here’s the skinny on what transpired.

Mehrdad Azemun, campaign Director of People’s Action, began the call accusing President Trump of emboldening white supremacists with his rhetoric and racist policies, adding former chief strategist Steve Bannon’s departure from the White House should be regarded as the first step in defeating “white supremacy.”

“There is one less white supremacist in the White House,” he said. “Thanks to months of pressure and organizing, Trump fired Steve Bannon, who went running back to his same old job at the hub of racist internet trolls, otherwise known as Breitbart News.”

MoveOn.org was launched in 1998 with a campaign of opposition to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton and emerged as a fundraising vehicle for Democratic Party candidates. Today, it is focused on pushing the impeachment of Trump. That’s how far MoveOn.org has moved on in 19 years.
What some folks will do to overturn an election.

Prof urges colleagues to promote 'progressive politics' in class

NPR Race Panel Horrified by White GOP Women at Texas State Capitol Asking Muslim Reporter About Sharia Law

15 Antifa Photos You'll Never See in Legacy Media

Director Blue

Mizzou Pays a Price for Appeasing the Left . Enrollment is down more than 2,000. The campus has had to take seven dormitories out of service.

The Wall Street Journal reports:
Timothy Vaughn dutifully cheered the University of Missouri for a decade, sitting in the stands with his swag, two hot dogs and a Diet Coke. He estimates he attended between 60 and 85 athletic events every year—football and basketball games and even tennis matches and gymnastics meets. But after the infamous protests of fall 2015, Missouri lost this die-hard fan.

“I pledge from this day forward NOT TO contribute to the [Tiger Scholarship Fund], buy any tickets to any University of Missouri athletic event, to attend any athletic event (even if free), to give away all my MU clothes (nearly my entire wardrobe) after I have removed any logos associated with the University of Missouri, and any cards/helmets/ice buckets/flags with the University of Missouri logo on it,” Mr. Vaughn told administrators in an email four semesters ago.
He was not alone. Thousands of pages of emails I obtained through the Missouri Freedom of Information Act show that many alumni and other supporters were disgusted with administrators’ feeble response to the disruptions. Like Mr. Vaughn, many promised they’d stop attending athletic events. Others vowed they’d never send their children or grandchildren to the university. It now appears many of them have made good on those promises.
The commotion began in October 2015, when student activists claiming that “racism lives here” sent administrators a lengthy list of demands. Among them: The president of the University of Missouri system should resign after delivering a handwritten apology acknowledging his “white male privilege”; the curriculum should include “comprehensive racial awareness and inclusion” training; and 10% of the faculty and staff should be black.
Two weeks later, a student announced he was going on a hunger strike, and the football team refused to practice or play until the university met the demands. As protesters occupied the quad, administrators bent over backward to accommodate them, even providing a power strip so they could charge phones and a generator so they could camp in comfort. A communications instructor, Melissa Click, appeared on viral video calling for “muscle” to remove a student reporter from the quad. By Nov. 9, both the president and the chancellor of Mizzou, as the flagship Columbia campus is known, had resigned.
How socialist radicals destroyed Mizzou.

Project Veritas Warns MSNBC, A Democrat Party Press Office For The DNC.

WikiLeaks Flashback: John Podesta Says Compare Your Opponent to Hitler

Joy Ann Reid, Democrat Party Operative at MSNBC, Spreads Unproven Rumor That Trump Campaign Hiring Black Actors For Phoenix Rally


The Daily Caller

Ben Shapiro KOs Don Lemon, CNN on Confederate Statue Argument

Birmingham, AL Mayor Orders Confederate Monument Covered; Alabama AG Responds With Lawsuit Against Mayor

Feminist prof decries 'militarized patriotism' at sporting events

New study finds ambulance response times increased under Obamacare

Arizona lawmaker asks Trump to pardon Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Trump supporter forces ANTIFA sympathizing CNN host to CRY, "Stop Talking!"

Chief Obamacare Architect Sacked After Fraudulent Billing Investigation


The Daily Caller

Alt-Left Marches in Dallas Chanting, "F*ck the Police" - "Oink, Oink, Bang, Bang!"

These Racist Black KKK and Nazi Statues Must Fall

Frontpage

GOP Rep: ’90 Percent’ Of My Voters Don’t Know Who Bannon Is [VIDEO]

Jeff Flake: ‘There Must Always’ Be Low-Skilled Immigration to U.S

Breitbart on poverty pimp Jeff Flake.

Thomas Sowell on The Effects of Victimology

A judge was shot and wounded Monday morning as he walked toward his county’s courthouse, and a suspect was killed

If Confederate Statues Are 'Reprehensible', Why Didn't Nancy Pelosi Remove Them When She Had the Power as Speaker?

Townhall

Susan Collins says it's "too difficult to say" whether Trump will be the 2020 GOP

Suspected Barcelona attack driver arrested

Someone destroyed Baltimore's 200 year-old monument to Christopher Columbus with a sledgehammer this morning.

"Steve Bannon hasn't violated his security clearance yet–but John Kerry has"

Alan Dershowitz: The hard left shouldn't get a pass when they engage in bigotry and violence

Hypocritical HuffPo Doesn’t Pay Its College Editors

This is so beautiful: moments when deaf people hear for the first time. Truly, we live in an age of wonders.

CORRECTION: Tim Graham's report reversed the NPR/PBS poll numbers on BLM. They found 50% approve, 33% disapprove.

Facebook Meme Seen on The Internet

Cash-strapped states eye self-driving car taxes

The Detroit News reports:
Some cash-strapped states are considering taxing self-driving cars as they look for ways to replace revenue lost from gas tax collections that have dwindled as cars have become more fuel efficient.

State lawmakers in Massachusetts have introduced legislation that would impose a 2.5 cents-per-mile tax on self-driving cars. A similar measure that would establish a 1 cent-per-mile fee for self-driving cars, and a 2.6 cent-per-mile fee for autonomous trucks that have more than two axles has been approved by the state Senate in Tennessee.

At the federal level, the independent Eno Center for Transportation think tank in Washington has proposed a penny-per-mile fee on automakers for self-driving cars when they are operating in autonomous mode. The idea has been endorsed by at least one former U.S. transportation secretary.

Paul Lewis, vice president of policy and finance for the Eno Center, said the proposal to tax automakers for self-driving car operation could raise up to $300 million per year that could be used to help pay for badly needed road improvements in the U.S. and make up for gas tax revenue that will be lost as automakers move toward autonomous and electric cars.
Big government , always looking for new revenue.

'Sanctuary schools' across America defy Trump's immigration crackdown


The Guardian

After Canadian Prime Min. Trudeau invited wave of illegals, suddenly he's telling them to migrate legally

Arnold admits he once expressed admiration for Hitler

Secret Service can't pay agents for Trump and his family, report says

Taxes + costs of regulations = Americans hit with $3.7 TRILLION bill.

"Do humans have mating seasons?”

Robots and juniors have filled the gap on the currency desk. Watch the new video from the FT Transact series

Normal Americans Are Bored By The Fake Drama

White House has begun informally tracking dozens of 2020 Dems - a list that includes Warren, Moulton, Zuckerberg

Harvard Professor Tribe Attacks Alex Jones



Mike Huckabee to Trump: Make Democrats "eat" the fact they erected many Confederate monuments

Democrat’s Office Approved $120k Write-off Linked To Awan Brothers

Petition to declare Antifa a terrorist organisation nears 150,000 signatures.

Police: Man Arrested for Defacing Confederate Monument in Indianapolis Park

It's white commies tearing down statues. Marist: 44% of African-Amers SUPPORT Confederate statues; Only 40% oppose.

8 dead, 50 wounded in Chicago this weekend.

A 121-year-old Confederate monument was coming down. This Kentucky town put it back up.

The Washington Post

Lottery ‘winner’ facing 25 years in prison for rigging jackpot

The New York Post reports:
Disgraced computer programmer Eddie Tipton admitted in June to masterminding a multistate lottery-rigging scheme that let him pick winning numbers and rake in $2 million.

Tipton, 54, who was arrested in 2015, is scheduled for sentencing Tuesday.

“The depth of his deceit is dumbfounding,” Iowa Assistant Attorney General Rob Sand said in court filings seeking the 25-year term. “Such crimes cannot be answered without a prison sentence.”


Tipton admitted to fixing the lottery six times in five different states between 2005 and 2011.
Major corruption in the news.

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