Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Violent Racial Protests Make Trump Electable
Violent Racial Protests Make Trump Electable

In this heated election year, every shooting, every violent protest, every injured police officer, every destroyed police car and looted shopping mall invites a political reaction.  Predictably, the racial antagonists and their enablers in the Democratic Party are doing more than Hillary’s emails or Benghazi cover-up ever did to make Donald Trump look sane and electable.

Democrats love racial animosity and strife because they provide a platform to further the Left’s narrative about America: that it is a racist nation, with a racist past, and endemic racism requires permanent, expensive, big government programs for atonement.

So it doesn’t matter if police shootings may be justified (e.g., Michael Brown), communities are destroyed by unjustified looting from out-of-town criminals, police are targeted for assassination, or racial relations never improve. It’s about keeping the struggle narrative alive to justify more race-baiting and racial division.
Domestic Migration (Mostly) Explains a Generation of Partisan Changes
My thesis is that changes in states' voting behavior can best be explained by surges of migration over the past generation -- not just immigration, a subject of obvious interest this campaign season, but even more of internal migration within the United States.
The overall picture is one of Republican decline, from the 53 percent George H.W. Bush won in 1988 to Mitt Romney's 47 percent in 2012. But the decline was not uniform.

In 14 states with 201 electoral votes the Republican percentage dropped by double digits. In 20 states with 161 electoral votes the Republican percentage increased or dropped by less than 3 percent. In 16 states and D.C. with 176 electoral votes it dropped by about the national average. (Comparing Democratic percentages produces almost identical results, since minor candidates got only 1 or 2 percent in those two elections.)

The double-digit Republican drops in California, Illinois, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are often attributed to high Hispanic and Asian immigration. But they're also the result of huge domestic out-migration of middle-class people due to high taxes and high-cost housing.

U.S. Federal Court: Facebook’s ‘moral obligation’ to contain jihadist rhetoric
By Christine Williams / Jihad Watch


U.S. Federal Court: Facebook’s ‘moral obligation’ to contain jihadist rhetoricThe United States Federal Court in Brooklyn has stated: Facebook is hooking up terrorists and has a social responsibility to block those connections. A civil lawsuit filed by Shurat HaDin (the Israel Law Center) was brought on behalf of 20,000 Israelis against Facebook “for facilitating incitement and for damages in the wrongful deaths of several […]
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Leaked FBI Data Reveal 7,700 Terrorist Encounters in USA in One Year 

rugConsider the enemedia press coverage of this war. There isn’t any — in accordance with the dictates of the Sharia, Islamic law (you cannot criticize Islam.)

“If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” According to the enemedia, no it does not, not if they don’t report on it. And that is their philosophy in handling jihad terror in America. But the fact is, reality is going to blow the old guard straight into oblivion.

There is no keeping a lid on what’s coming.

Muslim prayer rugs have been found all over the Southern border
“Leaked FBI Data Reveal 7,700 Terrorist Encounters in USA in One Year; Border States Most Targeted,” By Brandon Darby...
My Short and Simple Synopsis on Last Night's Debate
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor

Last night was about swaying votes...did either candidate succeed...in a word NO...all they did was keep their base. While Donald Trump was good and got some real points across, like about NAFTA just for one, he missed key opportunities to work into the discourse and nail Hillary on Benghazi, the emails, the Iran deal, and the Clinton Foundation.

As for Hillary...the woman standing on that stage looked like a bloated doped-up caricature of her true self (complete with temporary facelift tapes in place) what with that phony (unnerving) smile plastered on her face throughout the debate. Giving obviously rehearsed and expected pat answers...answers we've heard many times before...Hillary Clinton is the epitome of a D.C. career politician...the very thing we so need to get away from.

Who do I think won if I must pick a winner...Donald Trump simply because he was able to hold his own and stay on topic against a woman who, in her 30 years in politics, has talked the good talk but stabbed America in the back every chance she got.