Friday, October 7, 2016


Today...Friday October 7pm EST on American Political Radio...RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig Andresen and Diane Sori will discuss Diane's take on race relations, Hilary's operating above the law, and a little 'nuisance' called Matthew. Tune in at:

To All My Blog Followers...

It's over...the nasty night of wind and rain is over...we here in Broward county thankfully made it through with very minimal damage...I personally had a few small branches down and a pool with more leaves than water it seems but that's it.

Thank you my blog followers for your thoughts, prayers, and messages. Please keep those further up the Florida coast in your thoughts and prayers as they are not making out as well.

Thanks again and now it's back to spreading the truth the media won't tell you...and to writing my articles as well.

'Monster' Storm Could Devastate East Coast Farmers

Hurricane Matthew, the fiercest Caribbean storm in nearly a decade, roiled commodities markets and forced companies from cane refiners to orange juice makers to shutter as it whipped its way toward the southeastern United States on Thursday.

Southeastern companies were closing down operations ahead of a storm that could threaten some two million tonnes of sugar and trees representing over 90 million boxes of citrus fruits in Florida. About half a million acres of cotton were at risk from torrential rain in North and South Carolina, where farmers have already been struggling during a rainy harvest.
Officials issued a state of emergency for parts of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas for the Category 4 hurricane that by Thursday afternoon had already taken the lives of 140 people, mostly in Haiti. Port operations along the coast were slowing or shut.

For commodities markets including U.S. sugar, orange juice and cotton, the storm prompted a volatile week of trade. Though forecasters like senior meteorologist Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc said damage to Florida's sugar and citrus crops would likely be limited, producers were readying for the worst.

That's not to say that the United States is about to give up on progressive taxation. With its graduated income tax, the American tax system is by some measures the most progressive in any advanced country.

For a generation, the jousting between Republicans and Democrats has been waged within a pretty narrow range. The former want a top rate of 33 percent, the latter 42 percent. However, Hillary Clinton, evidently trying to win over wary Bernie Sanders fans, now says she wants to raise it to 65 percent.

What's apparent from the first presidential debate and the vice presidential debate is that the arguments for this Robin Hoodism aren't persuasive. The two gimmicky catchphrases enunciated by the members of the Democratic presidential ticket seemed to land with a thud.

"Trickle-down economics all over again," Hillary Clinton characterized Donald Trump's tax plan. "I call it trumped-up trickle-down because that's exactly what it would be." A clever phrase, but not one she repeated as the debate went on.

More Than Half of Americans Think Race Relations Have Worsened Under Obama
Things aren’t looking good for Obama. According to a new CNN/ORC poll, a majority of Americans think race relations in the U.S. have worsened under our first African American president.

The poll finds that 54 percent of Americans believe relations between blacks and whites have gotten worse since Obama first took office. More specifically, 57 percent of whites and 40 percent of blacks believe race relations have worsened. A similar survey was conducted in June 2015, shortly after the racially motivated Charleston church shooting. Even then, only 43 percent said race relations had worsened.

Similarly, in 2008 when Obama first came into office, only 19 percent of Americans thought racial discrimination against blacks in this country was a very serious problem; 44 percent said it was somewhat serious; and 36 percent said it was not too serious or not serious at all. Compare that to today: 42 percent of Americans think racial discrimination is a very serious issue; 37 percent think it’s somewhat serious; and only 20 percent think it’s not too serious or not serious at all.

Al-Qaeda resurgent, plotting jihad massacres in UK and Europe
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Al-Qaeda resurgent, plotting jihad massacres in UK and Europe
In response, Britain and Europe are admitting large numbers of people among whom are many an identical ideology and world view as that held by al-Qaeda. Authorities are making no attempt to counter that ideology and world view. What could possibly go wrong? “Al-Qaeda is plotting terror attacks in Britain and Europe and is just […]

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Islamic State Positions Tracked by U.S. Satellites


Tracking them? For what? The latest savage fashion? It begs the obvious question… since we know exactly where they are, why is it so hard for Obama to kill them off?

Answer: He doesn’t want to.
“Islamic State Positions Tracked by U.S. Satellites as a Bonus,” Anthony Capaccio, Bloomberg, October 6, 2016 (thanks to Todd):
U.S. early warning satellites and sensors designed primarily to detect the launch of missiles carrying nuclear warheads are providing daily streams of intelligence on Islamic State positions in Iraq and Syria, according to defense officials.
The system, using a satellite built by Lockheed Martin Corp. and equipped with sensors from Northrop Grumman Corp., detects heat, or infrared signatures. Combined...