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February 17, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Hillary Clinton Wants To Accomplish On Her Trip Overseas

10 Exchange U.S. dollars for currency that's worth something

9 Win respect defeating Japan's top-ranked sumo wrestler

8 Shift world's perception of America from "hated" to "extremely disliked"

7 Personally thank all of her illegal campaign donors

6 Three words: stylish Indonesian pantsuits

5 Visit burial site of revered Chinese military leader, General Tso

4 Get drunk with that Japanese finance minister guy

3 Convince China to switch from lead-tainted products to mercury-tainted products

2 Catch Chinese screening of Benjamin Button entitled "The Strange Adventures of Freaky Grandpa Baby"

1 Pick up carton of duty-free smokes for Obama

February 16, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Abraham lincoln Would Say If He Were Alive Today

10 "Sup?"

9 "I see Madonna's still a slut"

8 "Who's that handsome sumbitch on the five?"

7 "Is that free Grand Slam deal still going on at Denny's?"

6 "I just changed my Facebook status update to, Tthe 'ol rail splitter is chillaxing'"

5 "How do I get on 'Dancing with the Stars'?"

4 "Okay, Obama, you're from Illinois, too. We get it!"

3 "Hey Phelps, don't Bogart the weed!"

2 "What's the deal with Joaquin Phoenix?"

1 "A Broadway play? Uhhh, no thanks. I'm good."

January 28, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Overheard at the Meeting Between Barack Obama and the Republicans

10 "I miss the Clinton administration when we'd meet at Hooters"

9 "Can we wrap this up? I've got tickets to the 4:30 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop"

8 "Smoke break!"

7 "You fellas really need to take it easy on the Old Spice"

6 "Mr. President: don't misunderestimate the Republicans"

5 "Another smoke break!"

4 "What was the deal with Aretha Franklin's hat?"

3 "About that tax the rich stuff -- you were joking, right?"

2 "Sir, it's refreshing to have a Chief Executive who speaks in complete sentences"

1 "Senator Craig's offering his stimulus package in the men's room"

January 27, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Ways Rod Blagojevich Can Improve His Image

10 Star in new television series, "America's Funniest Haircuts"

9 Quit politics and become a fat, lovable mall cop

8 Start pronouncing last name with Jerry Lewis-like "BLAGOOOYYYJEVICH"

7 Offer a senate seat with no money down, zero percent interest

6 Team up with John Malkovich and Erin Brockovich for hot Malkovich-Brockovich-Blagojevich sex tape

5 Change his name to Barod Obamavich

4 Safely land an Airbus on the Hudson River

3 I don't know...how about showing up for his impeachment trial?

2 Wear sexy dresses, high heels and say, "You Betcha!"

1 Uhhh...resign?

January 16, 2000 - David Letterman - Top Ten Signs Obama's Getting Nervious

10 New slogan: "Yes we can... or maybe not, it's hard to say"

9 In moment of confusion, requested a $300 billion bailout from the bailout industry

8 He's up to not smoking three packs a day

7 Friends say he's looking frail, shaky and...no, that's McCain

6 He's so stressed, doctors say he's developing a Sanjay in his Gupta

5 Been walking around muttering, "What the hell have I gotten myself into?"

4 Offered Governor of Illinois, Rod Blagojevich, $100,000 to buy his old Senate seat back

3 Standing on White House roof screaming, "Save us, Superman!"

2 Sweating like Bill Clinton when Hillary comes home early

1 He demanded a recount

January 8, 2000 - David Letterman - Top Ten Barack Obama Plans To Fix The Economy

10 Encourage tourists to throw spare change in the Grand Canyon

9 End our dependence on foreign owls

8 Sell New Mexico to Mexico

7 Put a little of that bailout money on the Ravens plus 3 at Tennessee. Come on! It's a mortal lock!

6 Rent out the moon for weddings and Bar Mitzvahs

5 Lotto our way out of this son-of-a-bitch

4 Appear on "Deal or No Deal" and hope to choose the right briefcase

3 Bail out the adult film industry -- not sure how it helps, but it can't hurt

2 Release O.J. from prison, have him steal America's money from China

1 Stop talkin' and start Obama-natin'!

January 7, 2000 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Overheard At The Presidents' Lunch

10 "Sorry, you're not on the list, Mr. Gore"

9 "If Hillary calls, I've been here since Monday"

8 "Laura! More Mountain Dew!"

7 "You guys wanna see, 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop'?"

6 "Call the nurse -- George swallowed a napkin ring!"

5 "Hey Barack, wanna go with us to Cabo in March? Oh that's right, you have to work!"

4 "Kissey kissey"

3 "Obama? I think he's downstairs smoking a butt"

2 "Did you ever see a monkey sneezing?"

1 "I hope Clinton's unbuckling his belt because he's full"

Sound And Fury! @RealDonaldTrump #Hillary2016 #Brexit

An illegal alien from Britain tried to kill Donald J. Trump, a Member of Parliament was stabbed and shot to death in Britain, a Muslim terrorist killed dozens of people in a gay night club in Florida, an up and coming talented young Hollywood star whom we liked a lot was accidentally killed by his own car, Hillary Clinton gave another speech attacking Trump, Trump will give another speech attacking Hillary, Corey Lewandowski was fired by Trump from the campaign, Barack Obama is “No Drama Obama” when speaking about Muslim terrorists but emotionally enraged when trash talking Trump, Hillary raised a whole lot of money in May, Trump campaign coffers are almost empty, the Attorney General tried to hide a transcript of the Muslim terrorists calls by releasing a partial transcript and in the end had to cave and release the entire transcript which in itself is a lie because the word “Allah” was changed to “God” as if God and Allah are the same. That about sums up the news “noise” from recent days.

Frankly, all we are watching with genuine interest is the Brexit vote because that will actually be something not just a bunch of noise. There will be a lot of noise made by Big Media after the vote as there has been a lot of noise before the vote. Last week when the woman Member of Parliament was killed, the joy from the “remain” campaign could almost be felt. Every attempt to exploit her death to benefit the “remain” campaign has been made. The immediate polling looked dire for Brexit.

But the immediate polling is generally not ones we trust. Best to wait. Some polls, along with the overwhelming Big Media narrative, showed Brexit weakening, other polls showed Brexit gaining strength despite the brutal killing and its exploitation by David Cameron and the “remain” campaign. Polling released today has Brexit once again with momentum and behind by only one point now, 45% to 44%. Not that these polls should be trusted. Voters who don’t want to be called “racist” or “Nazis” or “haters” have learned to lie to pollsters and tell the truth only in the polling booth. That’s why the last British elections did not at all reflect what the polls forecast.

The same poll foolishness on Brexit can be said about Donald J. Trump polls. But before we get to Trump news, a little bit more on Brexit, and Trump, from Trump hater Tim Stanley:

The so-called Brexit has turned into a referendum on British identity, a debate about sovereignty and immigration that taps into all of Trump’s major themes. As such, the outcome will likely reveal the potential and the limits of angry conservatism — the kind of conservatism that repulses at least as much as it excites.

The EU is not a left/right issue in Britain. Support and opposition cuts across traditional partisanships. The basic arguments are these: the “Remain” camp believes a little democracy is worth sacrificing to be part of the European single market, while “Leave” believes Britain doesn’t get enough out of the bargain to justify being governed by foreign bureaucrats.

When the campaign officially began in April, Remain organizers had a clear advantage. They rolled out one expert after another to argue that leaving the EU would trigger a recession and give courage to the West’s enemies. Even Barack Obama said that Britain would go to “the back of the queue” when it came to seeking trade deals. [snip]

“Leave” cleverly let Remain exhaust itself. Then it hit back. It argued that Britain couldn’t control its borders so long as it is a member of the EU, and that Brexit would allow the government to shut the door to cheap European workers. This was the equivalent of Trump’s promise to build a wall along the Mexican border — and it worked. Leave surged in the polls. Studies showed that those who thought the referendum was about the economy still backed Remain. Those who thought it was about immigration were coalescing around Leave. [skip]

Leave wants to put the interests of the British people first, which has led others to accuse it of nativism. And, most important, its coalition is Trump-ish in character. It combines ordinarily Left-wing working-class Britons who feel oppressed by globalization, middle-class Right-wing patriots, and a sprinkling of mega-wealthy businessmen — all united by a profound belief that whatever they might be, they are definitely not the establishment.

This is a populist conservative revolt among people who feel they have been misled and misruled for too long. They are skeptical of experts, because they’ve so often been wrong, and immune to warnings of economic risk because they have lived with risk their entire lives.

This past weekend Big Media declared “it’s over for Brexit”. Not so much now. We’ll see on Thursday.

Likewise, all Big Media has been gazooking about this weekend is “it’s over for Trump” for the billionth time. For the billionth time, it is clear that it is far from over for Trump. If anything, now that we celebrate the return of Summer… it might once again be Summer of Trump.

Summer of Trump just might be back in full heat wave mode:

A new Morning Consult poll shows national security is back at the forefront of voters’ minds following the mass shooting in Orlando that left dozens dead and injured.

In a national survey taken in the days after Omar Mateen’s attack on Pulse, a gay nightclub, almost three out of 10 voters (29 percent) said security was their top issue under consideration when casting their vote — a 10-point increase from a poll in early June. Similar spikes in voters’ concerns about national security were observed following the attacks in Paris, San Bernardino and Brussels. [snip]

In a head-to-head matchup with presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Trump is gaining ground. He still trails Clinton 42 percent to 40 percent, which is within the margin of error for the poll. He has closed the gap by 3 percentage points from Morning Consult’s previous poll, when he trailed Clinton by 5 points, 42 percent to 37 percent. [snip]

The recent terror attacks also appear to have a strong effect on how voters feel about the country in general. Three-fourths of voters polled say things in the country have pretty seriously gotten off the wrong track. That number, 75 percent, is higher than the 74 percent recorded in Morning Consult polling on Dec. 6, 2015, immediately after the San Bernardino attack.

The national polls are mostly noise. The state polls too are mostly noise but less so. The polls mostly show a race that is within the margin of error. We’ll wait for after the two national conventions to really give a fig about the polls.

There will be lots of “noise” heard until the vote this November. The Corey Lewandowski firing and the “missed opportunities” by Trump to talk about the Muslim Terrorist transcript and the “Allah” switch with “God” by the Obama gangsters sympathetic to the “Allah” religion are an example of the noise to come. Another example of “noise” is the Latino radio host who told Hillary he will vote for her but that “My father’s voting for Trump because he says he can’t trust you. My mother says you’re a crook and my brother says you should go to jail.”

The “noise” will include much of what the candidates say and do before the national conventions. What will matter?

This will be a “change” election or a “stay the course” election – that is what matters. We believe it is a “change” election.

“Change” or “stay the course”? If you believe, and events prove you correct, that the economy will go into a boom the electorate will note approvingly – and you believe and events do not contradict you, that there will be no national security emergencies at home or abroad – the Obama Dimocrat will win.

If you believe, and events prove you correct, that the Obama economy sucks and the public knows it, that the country is going in the wrong direction, that Muslim terrorism will strike again before the election, that illegal and legal immigration will continue to drive down wages and pose threats both criminal and economic – then Donald J. Trump will win.

Ignore the noise. Mourn the young when they die or are killed, and the old when they have not lived. Make sure you squeeze every moment from life – the rest is just distant noise.

143 comments to Sound And Fury! @RealDonaldTrump #Hillary2016 #Brexit

  • admin

    Gather ye rosebuds while ye may:

    We liked his cute put on accent. Liked him in the Terminator film too.

  • admin

    The man never stops. Always where it matters:

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/284055-trump-will-hold-press-conference-in-scotland-day-after

    Trump will hold post-Brexit vote press conference in Scotland

    Donald Trump will hold a press conference in Turnberry, Scotland, on the day after the Brexit vote, according to the presumptive Republican nominee’s schedule.

    On Friday, Trump will hold a press conference at 10 a.m., followed by a photo opportunity at Turnberry Lighthouse at 11:30 a.m.

    Trump will have a ceremonial ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. to celebrate the opening of the newly renovated Trump Turnberry Resort.

    The day before, Great Britain will vote on whether it wants to leave the European Union, a referendum Trump has expressed support for.

    I would personally be more inclined to leave, for a lot of reasons like having a lot less bureaucracy,” Trump said, according to Newsweek.

    “But I am not a British citizen. This is just my opinion.”

  • Trump puts the energizer Bunny to shame!!! 😆

  • S

    Margaret Thatcher predicted the failure of the euro in 1992…she was amazingly accurate…that lady had kahunas…she didn’t bend with wherever the most exploitive wind blowed…

    http://www.forbes.com/sites#/sites/robertlenzner/2013/04/08/margaret-thatcher-predicted-the-failure-of-the-euro-in-forbes-october-1992/#892aa1e36a59

  • Lu4PUMA

    George “Don’t you be afraid to die for globalism” Soros has been making a public pitch against brexit, coming out of the shadows. Is that man in denial of how he is perceived? No wonder the momentum switched back to brexit. He needs to stay hidden behind his puppets.

    I really do not know what to expect. A fair vote would exit. The system that controls the election wants to stay. The polls are fake and I’ll bet they are even manipulating the betting systems.

  • gonzotx

    Come on Great Britain. ..you can do this. Get the hell out of the EU!

  • gonzotx

    I get it. A continent that experienced two Great, horrible wars in a span of 20 years would want to do something about it it. Nationalism was seen to be a major culprit. ..
    But You Can NEVER trust the soros of the world.

    They used that desire to enslave the Western world and try to destroy our way of life with their subjugation and infiltration by the 3rd world Muslims and Latinos…all on our dime..

  • wbboei

    Lu4PUMA
    June 21, 2016 at 5:12 pm
    George “Don’t you be afraid to die for globalism” Soros has been making a public pitch against brexit, coming out of the shadows. Is that man in denial of how he is perceived? No wonder the momentum switched back to brexit. He needs to stay hidden behind his puppets.
    ——-
    For sure

    He is the man who crashed to British pound in 1993, and bragged about it. That event decimated the savings of the working class and middle class. And it has not been forgotten.

  • wbboei

    When Obama saw this black jihadist talking about suicide bombing time square, he had this to day:

    1. first, we must not overreact. We can take a hit. We are better than that.

    2. second, muslim is a religion of peace.

    3. third, he is entitled to get rid of the crusades, long as he does not attack people of color

    4. fourth, confiscate all guns even though we cannot protect you

    5. fifth, bring in more muslims even though we cannot vet them

    6. sixth, this black terrorist could have been my son–he is another travon.

    7. seventh, upon hearing this, big media swoons and breaks into the hymn How Great Thou Art

    8. eighth, the presidential historian repeats claim that O is the most intelligent president in history.

    ISIS Video Portrays Preparation for Times Square Suicide Bombing

    BY BRIDGET JOHNSON JUNE 19, 2016 CHAT 297 COMMENTS

    Footage of the attack from American and Arabic TV is shown.

    A black jihadist in fatigues with an outdoor backdrop that looks like ISIS territory in the Middle East is identified as Abu Isamil al-Amriki; he speaks perfect English and is referred to as an American, yet he speaks with a slight accent.

    “Do you think you are at war with a small group of mujahideen in Iraq, Syria, Libya and other places? You are sadly mistaken. And do you think you will defeat us by bombing our homes with your drones and F-16s?” Abu Ismail says.

    “O America, indeed you are at war with … sincere Muslims around the world who yearn and desire to see the honor of Islam returned,” he adds. “And O America, indeed you are at war with the people who wish to be killed and slain for the sake of Allah… you are at war with the holy Quran.”

    Abu Ismail’s message is followed by short speeches subtitled in Arabic from a Russian-speaking jihadist, Abdu-Rahman al-Roussie; an Indonesian, Abu Nusseyba al-Indunisy — who is especially effusive in his praise for Mateen and the Orlando attack; and a terrorist from Uzbekistan, Abu az-Zubair al-Uzbaki. The Uzbek is the only one masked.

    More Arabic TV coverage of the Orlando attack is shown, including reporting on the ISIS claim made by its affiliated Amaq news agency the day of the attack.

    “All Muslims around the world: Omar Mateen, one of the soldiers of the khilafah [caliphate], one of the few that was true to his lord,” Abu Isamil al-Amriki reappears to say. “While having prepared his weapons and taken steps and having trust and reliance upon Allah, it is through his hands that Allah punished his enemies.”

    “Today we are in a time when the Muslims will not be slaughtered, but in fact we will take revenge for every single brother and sister killed by the crusaders,” he says.

  • wbboei

    When a man of conviction like this terrorist meets a trembling tower of tapioca like Obama, you know it will bad for Obama. (Note: I have Justice Roberts permission to use trembling tower of tapioca which is often applied to him. Yet for $1 and other valuable consideration, he said its okey dockey to use the name I own.)

  • wbboei

    That’s what I like about Roberts. He’s flexible. Legal principles mean nothing. Personal standing among the beltway elites means everything. If there had to be a casualty, why did it have to be Scalia?

  • wbboei

    Obama: you may think he is a terrorist, but you are wrong.

    I love him dearly, and if you look at the physical resemblance

    You can see for yourself: he could have been my son!!!

  • wbboei

    Obama: he is young, black and hates America, ergo he could have been my son.

    He and I can settle our differences over a beer summit.

    We will invite CNN, NBC, ABC and CBS.

    We will not invite FOX because they are not a legitimate news organization

    Any more than I am a legitimate president.

  • admin

    Tony Stark, are you sure it is only 10 points? Here’s your attorney general, Loretta Lynch, absolutely perplexed:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/ag-loretta-lynch-orlando-gunmans-motive-may-never-be-known/

    AG Loretta Lynch: Orlando gunman’s motive may never be known

    June 21, 2016, 3:27 PM|After meeting with prosecutors, first responders and victims of the Orlando terror attack, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that the investigation is still ongoing, and a motive has yet to be established. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest details.

  • wbboei

    The RINOs in the senate knew what they were getting when they confirmed Lynch as AG: a left wing ideologue and defender of radical islam. Hey kiddies. This aint rocket science. It has been proven time and time and time again, starting with Holder. How then can you have any confidence in the republican establishment? General Michael Flynn puts his finger on it. He does not say it, but I will. Obama supports terror strikes against this country, because a defendant is liable for the logical and probable consequences of his actions. Absent a confession, criminal intent, as in the wilful failure to protect the American People, by admitting terrorists, failing to vet them, denying their motivations and giving us the water mellon talk about gun control constitutes the intent to cause death and destruction in this county, whose safety and security the president is responsible for. Security is the first obligation of any government, and a president who brings in the trojan horse is guilty of treason. Unfortunately the sheeple will not figure this out until it is too late. That is the frustration of all this–for me. Its the refusal of people to accept the obvious. And it is the lies and treachery of our depraved big media.

  • wbboei

    Here is General Flynn’s comments which are eminently sensible and sound.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFU-EdDfb7U

  • wbboei

    Obama, Lynch, Jeh
    The Three Little Monkeys, i.e.

    Hear no Radical Muslims
    See no Radical Muslims
    Speak of no Radical Muslims

    They are a figment of your (bigoted, racist, nativist imagination)

    If you protest, we will arrest you.

    That is the kind of government the American People were stupid enough to elect.

    In 2008 and AGAIN in 2012.

  • wbboei

    I think of a RINO jackass like Orin Hatch who is an elder statesmen of the Republican establishment. He has fallen a long way since the days of common situs picketing. His friendship, some might even say kinship with Ted Kennedy left his with a paresis. If you do not know what that is, then as Casey Stengle said, look it up.

  • wbboei

    Hatch is a long standing member of the Judiciary, who personally supported Lynch for that job, and his support carried a lot of weight.

  • wbboei

    Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate.

  • Tony Stark

    admin
    June 22 at 12:01 am
    ——————-
    No, not just 10 points but TENSof points, meaning multiples of 10, the exact number of which I left open depending on whether you are Hillary, Kerry or Lynch. 🤔

  • holdthemaccountable

    Speech at SoHo, New York, 10:30 am EDT, 6-22-16

  • admin

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06/22/remain-campaigners-jeer-british-independence-as-bojos-rousing-speech-wins-standing-ovation/

    Boris Johnson stole the debate last night with his closing speech urging voters to make Thursday Britain’s ‘Independence Day ‘ — a rousing call for democracy, self-belief and sovereignty which was booed by Remain supporters.

    Throughout the BBC’s debate on membership of the European Union (EU) Boris Johnson was attacked by the Remain team. His successor as Mayor of London, Labour’s Sadiq Khan, was particularly vociferous, accusing his predecessor of running “Project Hate” and telling “big fat lies”.

    At one point David Dimbleby — the presenter charged with keeping the debaters and Wembley Arena’s 6,000 strong audience in control — even felt the need to tell Mr. Khan to “cool it”. [snip]

    Unfortunately for her, Mr. Johnson was given the final word which he used to deliver a rousing speech setting out the “very clear choice between those who speak of nothing but fear about the consequences of leaving the EU, and those on our side who speak of hope.” He concluded:

    They say we cannot do it. We say we can. They say we have no choice but to bend down to Brussels. We say they are woefully underestimating this country and what we can achieve. If we vote to leave and take back control, I believe this Thursday could be our country’s Independence Day.

    This won the loudest most sustained cheers of the night, and the only standing ovation. Remain supporters in Wembley Arena were so enraged they felt the need to boo and jeer

  • admin

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/22/poll-voters-trust-donald-trump-keep-america-safe-favor-muslim-ban/

    Poll: Voters Trust Donald Trump to Keep America Safe; Favor Muslim Ban

    Americans trust Donald Trump to keep America safe more than former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, despite repeated assertions from Democrats that she is one of the most qualified candidates for president in history.

    A new poll from Morning Consult shows that 41 percent of Americans believed that Trump would do a better job of keeping the country safe while only 37 percent favored Hillary Clinton. (Twenty-two percent said they didn’t know or had no opinion).

    Trump’s boost comes from Independent voters, as 38 percent say they trust Trump while only 26 percent favored Clinton.

    The poll also shows that Americans support Trump’s proposal for a temporary ban on Muslims traveling to the United States. Forty-eight percent of those polled supported the idea while only 40 percent opposed it. (Eleven percent said they didn’t know or had no opinion)

  • admin

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/general_politics/june_2016/gopers_far_more_critical_of_party_leaders_than_democrats_are

    A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 73% of Likely Republican Voters believe GOP leaders have lost touch with Republican voters. Just 20% say those leaders have done a good job representing GOP voters. (To see survey question wording, click here.) [snip]

    Despite Donald Trump’s record turnout in this year’s primaries, most Republican voters are convinced that their party’s leaders don’t want him to get elected president. Democrats are more confident than Republicans that their party will be unified after next month’s national conventions.

  • wbboei

    They say Obama is a great public speaker.

    I would say he is a great public reader of someone else’s words–put differently, an actor.

    And compared to the speech by Boris Johnson, Obama belongs in the bush league.

    Not to be confused with Kenya from which he came.

    If that speech by Johnson does not stir the emotions, the optimism, and the identity of the British, then nothing will.

    The timber, the contrast, the machine gun delivery, I shut my eyes and imagined I was listening to someone like Charles Lawton in Witness of the Prosecution.

    In a word superb.

  • Tony Stark

    Trump’s speech today impressively connected all the dots between Hillary’s term as Secretary of State, jobs, the economy, NAFTA, TPP, foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation, the emails deleted on her private server, hacking, illegal immigration, Islamic terrorism, the treatment of women and the LGBT community by devout Muslims, ISIS and the current mess in the Middle East including Libya, Syria, Iraq and Iran into a coherent whole.

  • S

    I do not understand how Hillary…and Bill…can get away with saying that if she becomes President that when it comes to the Clinton Foundation, she says “they will deal with that at another time”

    and the mainstream media does not see this as a MAJOR ISSUE…

    How is Bill going to continue running his Foundation while accepting millions and millions of dollars from foreign countries and Hillary appointing Bill to “straighten out and run the US economy”

    This is a major conflict of interest…I do not see how Bill and his doners will not be an major issue…and a major problem

    Why not just turn over our country to the Globalists and just let them do whatever they want with what is left of the once great USA…

    Reporters need to be asking these questions and demanding answers

  • Tony Stark
    June 22, 2016 at 11:47 am_________________

    Thanks Tony 🙂

  • admin

    Foxyladi14, great catch. Sir Michael Caine:

    “To me you’ve now got in Europe a sort of government by proxy of everybody who has now got carried away and I think unless there are some extremely significant changes we should get out.

    “Because you’ll say ‘well, we’ll fail’ and you’ll go ‘well okay, so you fail. Get better, work harder, try harder and then you’ll be a success.

    “But you cannot be dictated to by thousands of faceless civil servants who make these rules and you say ‘oh, wait a minute.’

    “Then they argue about financially but we buy more from them than we sell to them.”

  • admin

    Every trick in the book used by Cameron and “remain”:

    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/british-landmarks-lit-remain-campaign-225645818–finance.html

    LONDON (Reuters) – Landmarks across Britain were lit up on Tuesday night with Union Jack colors and projections of the “Vote Remain” message as campaigning for Thursday’s referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union entered its final day.

    The vote will shape the future of Europe and polls have indicated that British public opinion is so divided that the outcome is too close to call.

    The major landmarks illuminated included the Tate Modern art gallery in London, Edinburgh Castle and the Bull Ring commercial area in Birmingham.

    The illumination was organized by Britain Stronger in Europe, the official “Remain” campaign.

  • admin

    Back in the U.S.A. few in broadcast Big Media mention the corruption of a big Democrat:

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/21/politics/chaka-fattah-found-guilty-corruption/

    Pennsylvania Rep. Chaka Fattah was convicted on federal corruption charges Tuesday.
    The 59-year-old Democrat, who represents West Philadelphia, was found guilty on all 23 charges he faced, which included racketeering, money laundering and fraud.

    The charges stemmed from schemes to repay an illegal $1 million loan to Fattah’s failed 2007 Philadelphia mayoral campaign, with the Justice Department arguing that Fattah used federal grants and nonprofit funds, routed through campaign consultants to repay the loan.
    Four co-defendants were also convicted.

    “Chaka Fattah Sr. and his co-defendants betrayed the public trust and undermined our faith in government,” said U.S. Attorney Zane David Memeger, whose office prosecuted the case. “Today’s verdict makes clear that the citizens of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania expect their public officials to act with honesty and integrity, and to not sell their office for personal gain. Hopefully, our elected officials in Philadelphia and elsewhere hear today’s message loud and clear.”

    Fattah issued a statement Tuesday afternoon touting his work on education and home foreclosures, saying he’s “proud of that record.”

  • Tony Stark

    Best zinger from Trump in his speech was when he said:

    “Her campaign slogan is ‘I’m with her.’ You know what my response to that is? I’m with you: the American people.”

  • Lu4PUMA

    zerohedge.com has post on the brexit bookie

  • admin

    Make Britain Great Again: DailyMail says “Brexit!”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3653385/Lies-greedy-elites-divided-dying-Europe-Britain-great-future-outside-broken-EU.html

    Throughout this long and often acrimonious referendum campaign, the most striking fact about the Remainers is that they have failed to articulate a single positive reason for staying in the EU.

    Instead, they have subjected voters to a barrage of scaremongering, with the aid of a once proudly independent Civil Service, pinning all their hopes on persuading the British people that the dangers of withdrawing from Brussels outweigh the many drawbacks of belonging to it.

    In doing so, they have had to seek the support of the likes of Jeremy Corbyn, Ed Miliband, Gordon Brown and Tony Blair — from the very party voters rightly rejected at the last election on the grounds that they couldn’t be trusted.

    But then the EU is an edifice built on lies — starting with the blatant untruth, peddled when we signed up to the Common Market in 1973, that we were joining nothing more threatening than a tariff-free trading zone, which would involve no sacrifice of sovereignty.

    More than 40 years on, some 50 or 60 per cent of our laws and 70 per cent of regulations are dictated to us by Brussels, whose power is only matched by its incompetence, corruption and hunger to impose ever more statist regulations on 28 utterly diverse member nations.

    And though we do less than 10 per cent of our total business with the EU — with 80 per cent of our trade being within the UK — every firm in the country must submit to its throttling red tape. [snip]

    Yet far from realising their mistake and helping those whose lives have been laid waste by the single currency, Europe’s political elites are pressing ahead with the project, determined — in the face of bitter opposition from the people — to achieve ever closer political and economic union. [snip]

    Unsurprisingly, then, with deep racial and national fissures opening up and barbed wire fences dividing countries, tensions within Europe are perhaps greater than at any time since the War. Witness the alarming rise of far-Right and far-Left parties — Golden Dawn in Greece, the Freedom Party in Austria, AFD in Germany, the National Front in France and Communism resurgent.

    We needn’t look far for the explanation. For not only is the euro destroying livelihoods, but the madness that is the free movement of peoples has brought waves of migrants sweeping across Europe, depressing wages, putting immense strain on housing and public services, undermining our security against criminals and terrorists — and making communities fear for their traditional ways of life.

    Which brings us to David Cameron’s deceptions over migration. The first was his ‘no ifs, no buts’ pledge to bring numbers down to manageable levels by 2020, promising in his manifesto to aim for a net figure of less than 100,000 a year.

    Even as he made that pledge, as his former guru Steve Hilton exposed devastatingly in yesterday’s Mail, he had been ‘directly and explicitly’ warned by civil servants that it would be impossible to keep while we remained members of the EU.

    Yet he went ahead and made it anyway. But then who cares, when votes are at stake, if our population is spiralling towards an estimated 80 million by 2039? As for the effects of demographic upheaval, a dramatic 8 per cent increase in just a year in the number of primary school pupils in class sizes over the ‘legal limit’ of 30 has recently been revealed.

    Then there is the PM’s second deception on migration — so obviously untrue that he even seems increasingly embarrassed to repeat it. This is his claim that the frankly pathetic ‘reforms’ he secured during his humiliating tour of European capitals will have any impact on numbers.

    Indeed, his failed renegotiation demonstrates another unpalatable truth about the EU — that it is institutionally incapable of meaningful reform. After all, if the Brussels bureaucracy refuses to listen to the British public’s concerns with a referendum gun held at its head by its second biggest contributor, what hope can there be that it will mend its ways if we vote to remain?

    And reform it desperately needs. Not even the most passionate of Remain campaigners have dared to suggest the 28-member bloc is democratically run.

    Neither its lawmakers nor its 85,000 bureaucrats (only 3.6 per cent of whom are British) are accountable through the ballot box to the 500 million people they rule. And how many of us can name our MEP?

    No, the irrefutable fact is that the EU is ruled by a secretive, unelected commission, whose diktats are backed by a court able to override elected democracies. [snip]

    For one, Brussels has long set its sights on establishing a European army (and how significant that so many of our top generals and admirals support Brexit). [snip]

    Meanwhile, with Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia set to join, the EU continues its relentless expansion.

    Mr Cameron has desperately tried to silence talk of Turkey’s application for membership, which would give its 80 million largely Muslim population the right to free movement.

    But how can we trust a Prime Minister who told Turkish journalists six years ago: ‘I will remain your strongest possible advocate for EU membership. This is something I feel very passionately about?’

    True, the EU is loved by its greatest beneficiaries — Europe’s political elites, the mighty corporations that spend millions lobbying Brussels, determined to get the bureaucrats to enforce their monopolies. Then there are the unscrupulous banks such as Goldman Sachs and fat cats such as Richard Branson and the egregious euro-supporting George Soros, who made a fortune from almost destroying the Bank of England.

    Indeed, it is the EU fervour of these globalised elites, telling democracies how to vote, that has enraged working class communities in Britain who, more than anyone, have had to cope with mass migration and have every right to feel abandoned.

    No, if the Remainers have been unable to make a positive popular case for our membership, this is because the task is virtually impossible. But the irony is that there is a wonderfully positive case to be made for withdrawal. [snip]

    It was Tony Benn who said in the last referendum in 1975 that Britain was signing up for something that was undemocratic and run in the interest of elites. ‘I can think of no body outside the Kremlin that has such power without a shred of accountability,’ he declared.

    If you believe in the sovereignty of this country, its monarchy, its unwritten constitution and its judicial system; if you believe in the will of the people and don’t want to be ruled by faceless bureaucrats; if you are concerned about uncontrolled immigration; if you wish to control the destiny of the UK; if you want a government you can vote for and in turn vote out of office if it breaks its promises; and if you believe in Britain, its culture, history and freedoms, there is only one way to vote. Brexit.

    This is our one chance. We must seize it.

    The new battle of Britain. Independence Day. Make Britain Great Again.

  • wbboei

    One of the many problems entailed in attaching her wagon to Obama’s star, apart from the fact that it is a falling star, is the fact that Obama, who promised to be the most transparent president in history, has turned out to be a serial liar. That statement is not a mere matter of opinion. It is not speculative. It is a proven fact, for which there is no defense other than masking policy failure and to push partisan political advantage past the limits of all logic, in furtherance of the objective for which he was installed by the globalists, which is to bring down the nation and move toward world government. How many times must this happen before this country wakes up. They will never wake up.

    1. Fast and Furious: their response: Bush, whom elsewhere they label a traitor had a similar program. But does that not make them traitors as well?

    2. Obamacare: here we have a clear admission: in order to pass it we had to lie to the American people per its architect Professor Johanthan Gruber. And of course we had Obama saying if you want your plan you can keep it, this will reduce your health care cost, which he knew as a lie.

    3. Benghazi: here we have the lie about what caused it–not terrorism even though the intelligence information, and allies in the area called it such. No no no. It was a video, so why not imprison the video maker and suspend the law of habeus corpus–if it helps Obama win the election.

    4. Iran deal: here again we have a clear admission: Ben Rhoades, a novelist by profession, freely admits that he in particular and Obama in general lied through his teeth to the public about the Iran deal, the risks it entailed and all the rest.

    5. Fort Hood massacre: here again we have lies and damned lies by the administration. The terrorist major screams Allah Akbar! and kills a dozen soldiers who are not allowed by Obama to carry weapons on a military institution. The lie? This is not terrorism. It is workplace violence.

    6. The Berghdahl swap: five terrorists for one traitor, and Obama calls a Rose Garden ceremony with the father and calls his son–the deserter and American hero, and the terrorists men who need counseling. Not too long afterwards, Berghdal is charged and is awaiting trial and the terrorist we released rejoin the ranks of our enemies.

    7. The Orlando Massacre: the killer is a known terrorist whom Obama’s FBI lost track of because they cannot keep up with, much less vet, all the Syrians and others Obama is allowing to enter the country legally and illegally–and while the bodies are lying there, Obama quietly announces more Syrian refugees are on their way. 63% of these refugees are now on some form of welfare and more keep coming, and Obama condemns Trump for saying we should stop this madness until we have a better handle on what is going on.

    Despite all this, and more, pollsters tell us that 53% of the public think Obama is doing a fine job. If that is true, or even half true, then what we have here is a nation of idiots.

  • Wbboei those polls like him are, Lies!!! 😡

  • S

    admin

    June 22, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    Make Britain Great Again: DailyMail says “Brexit!”
    ************************************************************

    Every time I read an article like that I want to say that is exactly what Hillary wants to bring to the USA with the TTP…from what I understand many of same things the “Leave” people are complaining about is what TPP would bring to the USA…we would lost our sovernity and our internal laws in the USA would be superceded by elite bureocrats with alliances to other countries

    What is wrong with these people? Is is too much to ask for a country to be its own unique country anymore?

    Isn’t that part of the beauty and interest that countries are different with their own customs and traditions…Why do we have to destroy all of that?

    Instead of an emphasis on Individuality these elites want everyone to be the same…

    Our country is doomed if Hillary is elected…and you thank the MSM for not educating the American people…they have no idea what the future holds…if they did they would be shocked and not happy…

    and Hillary is keeping all of this hidden with her bland campaign…she does not even get asked…or pressed…about what role Bill will have in accepting foreign donations if she is President…about the obvious conflict of interests there is between the Foundation and her Presidency…oh that’s right…he will be too busy taking over our economy for her…so why do we need her? oh yes, to be the first female President and keep all the globalist machinations secret…

    Will she have another secret server outside of the WH?

  • S

    so transparent…not enough to hide away a secret server and delete emails but now the 5th amendment…give me a break…Hillary supporters how naive can you be???

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/06/22/clinton-it-specialist-invokes-5th-more-than-125-times-in-deposition.html

    Secretary of State

    Clinton IT specialist invokes 5th more than 125 times in deposition

    Hillary Clinton IT specialist Bryan Pagliano invoked the Fifth more than 125 times during a 90-minute, closed-door deposition Wednesday with the conservative watchdog Judicial Watch, a source with the group told Fox News.

    The official said Pagliano was working off an index card and read the same crafted statement each time.

    “It was a sad day for government transparency,” the Judicial Watch official said, adding they asked all their questions and Pagliano invoked the Fifth Amendment right not to answer them.

    Pagliano was a central figure in the set-up and management of Clinton’s personal server she used exclusively for government business while secretary of state. The State Department inspector general found Clinton violated government rules with that arrangement.

    He was deposed as part of Judicial Watch’s lawsuit seeking Clinton emails and other records. A federal judge granted discovery, in turn allowing the depositions, which is highly unusual in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. The judge cited “reasonable suspicion” Clinton and her aides were trying to avoid federal records law.

    Pagliano’s deposition before Judicial Watch is one of several interviews with high-profile Clinton aides, taking place as the FBI separately is continuing its federal criminal investigation.

    A federal court agreed to keep sealed Pagliano’s immunity deal struck with the Justice Department in December, citing the sensitivity of the FBI probe and calling it a “criminal” matter.

    The next Clinton aide to testify is Huma Abedin. In an earlier deposition, lawyers for senior Clinton aide Cheryl Mills, during a nearly five-hour deposition in Washington, repeatedly objected to questions about Pagliano’s role in setting up the former secretary of state’s private server.

    According to a transcript of that deposition which Judicial Watch released, Mills attorney Beth Wilkinson – as well as Obama administration lawyers – objected to the line of questioning about Pagliano.

    “I’m going to instruct her not to answer. It’s a legal question,” Wilkinson responded, when asked by Judicial Watch whether Pagliano was an “agent of the Clintons” when the server was set up.

    A transcript of the Pagliano deposition will be reviewed and is expected to be released next week.

    Clinton could also be deposed in the Judicial Watch lawsuit.

    There was no immediate comment from Pagliano’s attorney.

  • wbboei

    Our country is doomed if Hillary is elected…and you thank the MSM for not educating the American people…they have no idea what the future holds…if they did they would be shocked and not happy…
    ——-
    No. They (big media) understand the process and the end game to a fare thee well. They fully expect that they will be the winners in a winner take all New World Order. It makes a nice obituary.

  • wbboei

    Just remember who owns msn: the same international corporations that favor TPP, the EU, NAFTA, etc. They reward the rank and file jounalists they employ to betray the standards of ethical journalism, and their country. It is just that simple.

  • Tony Stark

    More trouble in November for HRC if the Philadelphia convention doesn’t change their minds, assuming of course that Hillary becomes the nominee.

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/22/poll-half-of-bernie-sanders-supporters-back-clinton-22-percent-plan-to-vote-trump/

  • Tony Stark

    This is just reinforces the likelihood that hackers in Russia and China have those emails, something which Trump also mentioned in his speech today.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/7006105d422740f0b4b8675c90f9a154/emails-key-security-features-disabled-clintons-server

  • holdthemaccountable

    Ahead of DNC convention, Philadelphia’s busy Fabrezing the stench of two Fattah’s greed. Father and son.
    Son already in jail serving 5 yrs.
    Father just found guilty, awaiting sentencing and likely appeal. Up to 20 yrs has been mentioned.
    Daddy was born Arthur Davenport.
    Name change came with conversion to Muslim. Guess their worst case scenario is waiting for Barry to pardon them.

  • gonzotx

    I saw,a disturbing video of Mechele…she was degrading Trump at a commenced speech, and it had over 33 million hits..disturing.

  • lorac

    What is wrong with these people? Is is too much to ask for a country to be its own unique country anymore?

    Isn’t that part of the beauty and interest that countries are different with their own customs and traditions…Why do we have to destroy all of that?

    Instead of an emphasis on Individuality these elites want everyone to be the same…

    What’s really ironic is that IMO, it’s the people who push for more and more “diversity” in the form of “multiculturalism” over the traditional assimilation of minorities who want to flood countries with immigrants (so there really is no majority) and destroy nation states….. which would do exactly what you’re saying, make us all the same. They say they want diversity, but they’re pushing to destroy nation states.

  • lorac

    gonzo, that’s disgusting. These speakers are supposed to be building the graduates up for their new beginning in life, not indoctrinating them in political agendas….

  • jbstonesfan

    Generally speaking, religious African Americans vote democratic despite being conservative on social issues. Yet, the civil right movement is being hijacked to promote anti-gun legislation and LGBT issues . I wonder how they feel about it. No one can deny John Lewis’ courage, but what he did ti Hillary in 08 and now using his “graAVITAS” TO PUSH THIS AGENDA, IS VERY DISAPPOINTING.

  • wbboei

    Rush Limbaugh does a good job of dissecting Trump’s speech. He calls it the speech Republicans have been waiting twenty years to hear a Republican say. It is firing for effect.

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2016/06/22/finally_a_republican_other_than_me_tells_the_truth_about_hillary_clinton

  • gonzotx

    I heard that Trump only has 2 million in donations.
    Can that be true?

  • wbboei

    gonzotx
    June 23, 2016 at 12:42 am
    —–
    It was 1.4 the last time I checked.

    Pilacheck says this is the last strategy of the elites–pick who they want as vice president, and they will open their coffers. Deny them their globalist vp, so they can do to him what they did to Kennedy and tried to do to Reagan, and he will not see a dime of their money. Morris is less worried about this, and neither am I. Donald can play Russian roulette with them and can spend his own money if he needs to. This money thing is an obsession, A FUCKING OBSESSION for big media because they stand to pig out on it. But Jebedia had 100 million and finished last. The only place it matters is with a ground game. The Clinton machine is a money burning machine and it is flush with memo writers who keep eachother entertained by contribute little to the overall effort. The ground game is something that can be put together when needed and supposedly the RNC will give him their voter identification software, which is nearly as good as the DNCs. The only caveat is Google is in bed with the dims, but that can be neutralized as well.

  • wbboei

    Admin: Newsmax has stepped up the quality of their product and this show is an indication. The second interview with Seiff is the one that will interest you. It concerns the vote tomorrow and the unraveling of the EU and the parallels to the Trump campaign:

    http://www.newsmaxtv.com/Shows/The-Hardline

  • wbboei

    Of course, the other part of the Ed Berliner program is the revelation that after Corey was sacked a number of staffers, mindful of the increasing risks of working off the cuff as a predatory big media tries to twist everything he says, insisted to the point of threatening to quit that he go on teleprompter, and stop the tweeting. He agreed. The excellent speech he delivered earlier today, which is dubbed a pivot by the media, is really a sea change which will produce a more presidential candidate. A lot of people say I like what he says but I do not like the off the cuff or not well thought through comments. A well written speech, and a disciplined week by week strategy focusing on opponent weaknesses, and issues facing the country, one issue per week will do wonders for him. I suspect Manafort is guiding the ship now, and that is what Donald needs. This is no reflection on Donald. It is more akin to the old saying among lawyers that any lawyer who tries to represent himself has a fool for a client.

  • holdthemaccountable

    Has US House taken a page from Trump?
    June 23, 2016, 02:52 am
    House GOP starts recess early after failing to quell Dem sit-in

    “…Despite the publicity stunt on the floor, House Republicans were intent on not allowing these tactics to stop us from completing this important business,” Ryan spokeswoman AshLee Strong said in a statement. “With that tangible accomplishment, we will be moving on to the previously scheduled district work period.”
    GOP leaders are giving no indication of allowing votes on the bills Democrats are calling for to prevent terror suspects from buying guns and expanding background checks on gun buyers. The Senate defeated similar proposals in the form of amendments to a spending bill earlier this week.
    “Democrats can continue to talk, but the reality is that they have no end-game strategy,” Strong said. “The House is focused on eliminating terrorists, not constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens. And no stunts on the floor will change that….”
    http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/284567-house-gop-starts-recess-early-after-failing-to-quell-democrats-sit

  • Mormaer

    I have followed the EU implosion, migrant catastrophe, and the Brexit fairly closely. I have no clue what the results will be. The polling is rigged and the results made to reflect which side is paying for the poll. BUT as last years elections have shown the UK public have no qualms about lying their heads off to pollsters. The internal polling must show Leave as ahead as the Remain, as well at the Europeans who skim tax money out of the UK like the Mafia, look to have been going through the Kübler-Ross five stages of grief. First was denial that a plebiscite was even happening, then anger that the hooligans would reject the elite, progressive shitiness of the EU, then fake bargaining with the Brits, a sort of begging depression that all that money was going to go missing in the EU budget, and acceptance that Germany, France and Sweden were going to be stuck paying for all those migrants unless they can get rid of them. The thing is the Brexit vote is not the end, it is the beginning of the end of the EU. The UK accounts for about 20% of the entire EU budget and is arguably the strongest economy now that Germany has shot themselves in the head. Even if the UK remains it will continue to be a clown show. It looks like a family brawl (who all hate each other) at a funeral. Cameron is dead man walking however it turns out. He is their Paul Ryan.

  • holdthemaccountable

    “…A war of words erupted on the House floor in Washington on Wednesday as dozens of Democrats staged a sit-in to push for votes on gun-control bills. Tensions flared when Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas derailed the debate shouting “Radical Islam!”… Democratic Rep. Corrine Brown of Florida started shouting back at the Republican. Lawmakers from both parties rushed to separate the two as they appeared about to come to blows….
    http://www.rt.com/usa/347899-gohmert-radical-islam-sitin/

  • Lu4PUMA

    Trump FEC

    http://docquery.fec.gov/pres/2016/M6/C00580100.html

    The campaign has $17 million in contributions. The month of May was $3 million. He has been saying he is self funding. This does not include any victory funds or such.

    The campaign has spent $63 million. That is indicative of how much he is funding his own campaign.

  • The sky must have parted last night and a band of angels descending… marking the time, I have ever posted a quote by the boastful blow-hard, Bush mouthpiece, Rush Limbaugh:

    TY, Tony:

    Finally a Republican (Other Than Me) Tells the Truth About Hillary Clinton

    :snip:

    “It happens it was a speech given on the prompter today down at SoHo, one of Trump’s hotels that he owns. So Trump basically said things about Hillary Clinton that you just don’t hear Republicans saying. You’ve heard them before. You’ve heard them on this program, of course. You’ve probably heard similar things that Trump said in other areas. But you just do not hear Mitt Romney say this, for example. You wouldn’t hear the Bush family talk this way about Hillary. You wouldn’t. You just wouldn’t hear it.

    You wouldn’t hear fellow establishment types talk about this, ’cause it’s too close to home for all of them. But Trump can say this stuff as an outsider. He can say this stuff as a nonmember of the elite or the establishment, and it’s gonna be interesting to see, because while everything Trump said about Hillary has been said before by people — and, of course, we have the Peter Schweizer book, ‘Clinton Cash’, which Trump quoted from extensively. You don’t see things like that happen, either.”

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2016/06/22/finally_a_republican_other_than_me_tells_the_truth_about_hillary_clinton

    Trump has also launched a new website,

    LyingCrookedHillary.com

  • holdthemaccountable

    AP via Drudge
    Jun 23, 10:39 AM EDT

    OBAMA IMMIGRATION PLAN BLOCKED BY 4-4 TIE AT SUPREME COURT

  • wbboei

    Mormaer
    June 23, 2016 at 6:17 am
    ——
    Your assessment coincides with the assessment of Seiff above

    http://www.newsmaxtv.com/Shows/The-Hardline

    a 16% undecided factor makes the polls uninformative even if they were not rigged

    it mirrors the 16% undecided factor in the current presidential polls

    The British undecided factor will narrow to zero in the next 12 hours

    Ours will go on until the first Tuesday of the second week in November.

  • blowme0bama

    holdthemaccountable

    June 23, 2016 at 10:46 am

    AP via Drudge
    Jun 23, 10:39 AM EDT

    OBAMA IMMIGRATION PLAN BLOCKED BY 4-4 TIE AT SUPREME COURT
    _________________________________________________________

    Dear GOD, HRC can’t win. It is OVER if she gets in.

  • Tony Stark

    holdthemaccountable
    June 23, 2016 at 10:46 am
    ————————————
    😆😆😆

  • holdthemaccountable

    Some tears here.
    Imagine am not alone.

  • wbboei

    Interesting article by Roger Simon at PJMedia:

    Those of us who have stuck our necks out for Donald Trump, only to have them severely nicked on too many occasions (though not yet fully cut off), are holding our collective breaths, because the presumptive Republican nominee may finally have turned the corner.

    For the last few days, basically since his grown children allegedly ganged up on him on Father’s Day and urged him to dump Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump has been running a heckuva campaign.

    It hasn’t just been the excellently written and delivered speech Trump made Wednesday morning skewering Hillary Clinton’s endless morass of lies, corruption, incompetence and greed, leavened by entitlement. (“Her campaign slogan is ‘I’m with her.’ You know what my response to that is? I’m with you, the American people.” “When she was at the State Department, everything went to Hell except her bank account.” Touché times two!)

    It’s also the nonstop bombardment of messaging emerging from the Trump campaign that is suddenly uniformly consistent and timely. In the last day or so, since a link to a transcript of the speech arrived in my inbox at 7:57AM PDT, a half dozen or more of these emails have arrived, including a well-wrought tour of responses to the speech, admittedly biased toward Donald.

    SPONSORED

    Was Trump’s Would-Be Assassin Inspired by a ‘Climate of Hate’?
    Unfortunately, however, we have been here before. We have been at turning points like this, only to have Trump wander off the reservation again, lost in a swamp of personal grievance and accusation, often over the most trivial circumstances, especially compared to the monumental issues of this electoral season—radical Islamic terrorism (we can include Iran in this) raging across the globe and an economy moribund for years at home. Trump has a polling lead on both those subjects and should stick to them with every drop of glue in the jar and then get a refill.

    Will he do it? Will he suddenly get at least a little bit zen and engage in one (or rather two) pointedness?

    I’m betting yes and the reason is family. I know it sounds absurd that a man who has been married thrice to celebrity wives and been chasing beautiful women, I would guess, from age seven to be an exemplar of family values, but, as they say, the Lord works in mysterious ways. Or maybe the Almighty just threw up when He read the details of the Clinton marriage in retired Secret Service officer Gary Byrne’s book Crisis of Character due out Monday. (God gets to read advance proofs.)

    Actually, it’s likely that Trump was a terrific father, given the way his adult children—Eric, Ivanka, Donald Jr. and Tiffany—have turned out. (I’m guessing young Barron will be fine too.). Kudos to Donald–being a parent is the most important job we have in life and therefore one of the most important recommendations you could have for the presidency. (I’m serious.) And now Donald is being repaid by his kids, who are the ones to give him the straight truth after a month of rough sledding. He’s obviously been listening and he shouldn’t stop.

    His son-in-law Jared Kushner—Ivanka’s husband—has also clearly been one of the important assets to the campaign. They say he’s had his hand in several of Trump’s recent and best speeches. Kudos to him as well.

    Wouldn’t it be amazing if the Trumps turned out to be some surprising modern Manhattan version of the von Trapp Family (Trump-Trapp… who knows?), this one bent on freeing us not from the Nazis but from those contemporary Nazis of radical Islam? Cue Melania singing “The Hills Are Alive.” The Lord does work in mysterious ways.

    A little stretched? Maybe. Whatever the case, the big losers today are the “NeverTrump” crowd. I’m not naming names because I have enough enemies and I admire many of those people. But for the moment, at least, they should hold their fire. If the Trump we now see before us can stay the course, they will have to amend their thinking, and quickly.

  • admin

    Brexit is in trouble – although a gunman in a German theater shooting might affect the vote (lots of confusion on this one with some reports that many are dead or few are dead, the gunman has been captured alive, the gunman has been killed, etc.)

    The latest police trial in Baltimore has once again resulted in “not guilty”.

    Supreme Court upholds affirmative action in a 4-3 vote with Kennedy siding with the “majority” and Kagen recused.

    As noted, 4-4 Supreme Court upholds Judge Hagen and the Circuit ruling on immigration thereby slapping Obama in the face. Hillary deplores the ruling.

  • admin

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/freddie-gray/bs-md-ci-freddie-gray-mosby-20160623-story.html

    Circuit Judge Barry Williams cleared Goodson of seven counts against him, ranging from second-degree depraved heart murder to reckless endangerment

    The aquittal means it will be difficult for Mosby’s prosecutors to be successful in any of the other trials against the officers should Williams continue as judge in those cases, several observers said.

    “This is their Waterloo. This is their Gettysburg,” said attorney Warren A. Brown, a critic of Mosby’s who predicts she will face several challengers for reelection in two years. “She is virtually persona non grata in the white community and her support is waning in the black community and will continue to wane if she continues to lose these cases.”

    Charles D. Ellison, host of “The Ellison Report” on WEAA radio, agreed that the trial’s outcome “significant” to Mosby’s political future, but believed she’s a savvy enough politician to survive an acquittal.

    “This is the case that everyone has been watching,” he said. “There are going to be some who see Mosby as being ineffective. It’s not just a verdict on a Goodson. It’s a verdict on her performance. But that’s something she can pull through. She’s a very talented lawyer and talented politician.”

  • More good news no link yet

    Office Caesar Goodson, Not guilty in the Freddie Gray case

  • gonzotx

    Make Britain Britain again!

  • Tony Stark

    They use paper ballots, according to my British neighbors, so it may take a couple of days before we know the results.

  • Hoping common sense prevails. 😀

  • admin

    Polls close in 2 hours. 5:00 p.m. Eastern time.

  • blowme0bama

    Outris

    June 23, 2016 at 3:37 pm

    Shit!

    https://youtu.be/rMC0gcEH1DU
    ______________________________________

    Hmmm….. where have we seen that before?

  • gonzotx

    Of course

  • admin

    Brexit stuff:

    Nigel Farage, a Brexit supporter thinks “remain” has won and Brexit lost. This might be a bit of self-interested prognostication because as leader of the UKIP Farage might get additional support if Brexit loses and disappointed voters go to him.

    http://news.sky.com/story/1716585/nigel-farage-looks-like-remain-will-edge-it

    A good place to watch the vote:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/23/eu-referendum-will-it-be-brexit-exit-poll-and-results-live/

    Another good place to watch the vote:

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2016/jun/23/eu-referendum-live-decision-day-polls-remain-leave

  • admin

    The raw vote here, as well as a note of what to expect when votes begin to come in:

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2016/jun/23/eu-referendum-live-results-and-analysis

    The first results to come in, around midnight, include Gibraltar, the Scilly Isles and the City of London, and may not be particularly representative. Around 1am, Darlington and Oldham in northern England, and Basildon and Swindon in the south, are better bellwethers. Between 3am and 4am, London and some other big cities declare. Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester are expected a little later, around 5am, and may be decisive.

  • admin

    BTW, today is #NationalPinkDay! We just sent out a tweet celebrating Big Pink on National Pink Day! 🙂

    https://twitter.com/hashtag/NationalPinkDay?src=tren&data_id=tweet%3A746083881527345153

  • wbboei

    Here is why pollsters are often wrong: they measure responses, not emotion. And, according to this researcher, the two are often different.
    ————
    Whom Are You Voting For? This Guy Can Read Your Mind

    (snip) When people make decisions, it’s tempting to think there’s a lot of rational thought. That’s not really true. You can’t have decisions without emotion.”

    Trump supporters told researchers they didn’t like their candidate’s messages about wanting to ban Muslims from entering the country. But data show that participants found those messages resonated positively with Trump’s base.

    When candidates lobbed “baseless attacks,” as they’re wont to do, voters reacted negatively. Unless Trump hurled the insult. Then they laughed it off and moved on. They were even disappointed when Trump didn’t use terms such as “Little Marco” or “Lyin’ Ted.”

    Trump held voters’ attention exceedingly well, at a 7 on a 10-point scale. That’s better than even the most popular TV commercials. His references to the Islamic State and overseas trade wars stirred up fear, the most intense emotion humans experience.

    Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton averaged a 4 out of 10. Voters were bored with her résumé, results show, which she repeats time and again.

    Scores of political prognosticators predicted Trump’s demise almost a year ago. They predicted that Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders would fizzle out.

    Alas, no political prediction has rung true, leaving political professionals and junkies alike asking, “What gives?” and “What are Trump and Clinton voters thinking?”

    Spark’s Brainwave study may have an answer: It’s something about the way Trump and Sanders speak.

    For some, Trump is fun to watch. His wild policy proposals, his crude language to describe his — err — hands and his goofy nicknames for his rivals endear him to supporters.

    Participant Debbie Newton, of Kensington, Md., says she supports the real estate magnate because of his positions on immigration and spending. But she also says she hates his behavior. She calls him a “bully” and says he’s not presidential “at all.”

    “As many [Republican candidates] as there were, it didn’t feel like there was a good choice,” she said. “The fact that it’s come to Trump now is unbelievable.”

    But during the test when Trump launched into an attack on “Little Marco” Rubio, she exhibited strong positive emotion, data showed.

    When Rubio said, “I would prefer to have a policy debate,” instead of commenting on the size of Trump’s hands, her attention dropped.

    It rose again when Trump defended his hand size and “something else.” (snip)

    “The entertainment value of politics is actually really important,” Gerrol said in the observation room. “Really, all the debates are kind of like jokes. It’s like a big circus.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2016/06/23/whom-are-you-voting-for-this-guy-can-read-your-mind/

  • S

    So far it looks like the “leave” vote is showing more strength than some assumed
    I hope they prevail…and fight on

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    Battle of Britain: Results coming in. Early results from islands for Remain. But… 51% of the vote overall right now is Brexit. A very good bit of buried good news is that the early results from places such as Newcastle are pro-Remain but the results were much closer than expected. Sunderland votes to Brexit. Keep hope alive.

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2016/jun/23/eu-referendum-live-results-and-analysis

  • S

    Re: Lorac 6-22-16 @:10:58 pm
    ********

    Yes I agree with your comment

    Imo…In addition the bottom line regarding the purpose & strategy of the elites within the EU & TTP…is a central control by a few at the top…a few that answer to only themselves

    To strip away freedom & individuality and impose conformity from an overarching central control

  • S

    “A kick to the British Establishment”

    “The leave vote much stronger than anticipated”

    “Yes indeed “keep hope alive”

    Go Brits!!!

  • admin

    Calm down, calm down… it’s early, it’s early… few results. But……. 55% Brexit!!!

  • S

    Am I seeing this correctly. ..remain was up by over 20000 votes
    I went to watch the news and came back to the bbc and leave is now up 25869

    Wow

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    A Brexit blog with running comments:

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2016/jun/23/eu-referendum-result-live-counting-leave-remain-brain-in-europe

    Check out how the results for Brexit are stunning the experts.

  • admin

    John Curtis is the numbers cruncher for the BBC:

    Brexit!!!

  • admin

    S, the University of East Anglia election experts along with the BBC now say Brexit will win!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • gonzotx

    God save the Queen!

    You know they are trying to cheat like crazy to stay in.

  • admin

    Sky News live feed:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y60wDzZt8yg

    Shock at what is happening. Brexit has won the battle of ideas even if it does not win outright. Brexit increasingly looks to win but those crazy Brits might do something stupid and stay.

  • S

    Admin

    Let’s hope… first the brits revolt

    And then us in the USA

  • S

    Now

    54% leave 46% remain

  • admin

    One of those bellweather districts, Basildon has voted:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPwDUk08lgQ

    Brexit!!

  • S

    BBC TV has good coverage

    Many are starting to say LEAVE is going to win

    Saying voting is going in favor of a leave win

    Could it really happen?

  • admin

    Before voting began there was early analysis as to what to watch for:

    http://www.politico.eu/article/eu-referendum-7-signs-that-brexit-is-really-happening/

    2. Sunderland

    It has become customary in U.K. elections for this northeastern English city to be the first to declare. In general elections it says very little about the national result, being such a Labour stronghold. But in the referendum it will provide a good early indicator of things to come.

    Working-class, white and relatively poor, Sunderland is fertile Brexit territory. If Leave is seriously on the cards it needs to be comfortably ahead here. If Remain can peg back its defeat to less than 7 percent they will be happy.

    Expect the result from Sunderland to be announced between 11:30 p.m and 12:30 a.m.

    3. Early skirmishes

    Between 1 a.m and 2 a.m, expect the flow of declarations to increase. Keep an eye out for Newcastle which needs to show a much stronger result for Remain than its great northeast rival Sunderland if the prime minister is to address the nation from Downing Street on Friday morning with a smile on his face.

    At the opposite end of the country, Swindon is key. Deep in southern England and increasingly multicultural, the Wiltshire town is one of the bellwether declarations that all sides will be looking out for. If Leave’s message has cut through it’s likely to be reflected in the result here.

    At around 1:30 a.m, a host of ordinary English towns declare their hands, from Basildon in Essex to Stockport and Salford in Greater Manchester. If Vote Leave isn’t cutting it here, they’re going to in for a painful night.

    4. Middle rounds

    Top picks for anyone still up after 2 a.m: Wrexham, Lancaster and Nuneaton.

    By this point, some brave pundits may start calling it one way or the other but the main broadcasters certainly won’t.

    Around 22 councils are expected to declare around this time. Wrexham, a working class town in north Wales, is expected to be tight. A win for either side will be big here. By around 3 a.m, 40 percent of counts are likely to have declared. At this point, keep an eye out for Lancaster, in the northwest, which experts say is likely to mirror the national result.

    Nuneaton should also offer big clues. Former Labour leader Ed Miliband’s failure to win the seat in last year’s general election was the moment most observers called the final result.

    The Midlands town is Euroskeptic but full of the kind of swing voters who have backed Tony Blair and David Cameron and hold the key to a Remain win, Downing Street’s internal polling suggests.
    5. Remain’s left and right hooks

    Scotland and London are absolutely pivotal. If Remain doesn’t win big in both areas, Britain will be heading out of the EU. But Cameron also needs big turnouts.

    Vote Leave’s own internal analysis has identified the two areas as Cameron’s biggest strengths. It was no coincidence that Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tory leader, and Sadiq Khan, Labour’s mayor of London, were chosen to represent the Remain campaign in the final debate of the campaign Tuesday.

    In Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as every borough in inner London, Remain need huge wins.

    Early results in North Ayrshire and South Lanarkshire need overwhelming Remain wins. Tory Scotland also needs to come out for the prime minister — areas like Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders may help tip the balance.
    6. National turnout

    By around 4 a.m, pundits will be able to give a rough estimate of the turnout — Downing Street’s major concern.

    Vote Leave believe anything less than 60 percent and victory is theirs. North of 70 percent favors a vote to Remain, because it suggests younger voters and middle-class professionals have turned out.

    A freak turnout like in the Scottish referendum, when 85 percent voted, could see a swing back to Brexit, because it points to working-class traditional non-voters being motivated to join in — one of the most anti-EU demographics.
    7. Bacon and eggs, then bed

    By 5 a.m around 90 percent of the results should have been declared, including most of the strongest Leave areas. If the result is not known by this time it’s going to the wire.

    For those of a nervous disposition, the official result will be announced at “breakfast time” (around 6 a.m) in Manchester. Whether the U.K. is staying a member of the EU or not will be announced by Jenny Watson, the chief counting officer for the referendum.

    Soon after expect a lectern to appear in Downing Street.

  • Lu4PUMA

    Brexit EXIT! Whoot! Whoot!

    Finally, good things are happening.

  • admin

    Now the betting markets have shifted. All along the betting markets overwhelmingly predicted a Remain win. Tonight, the bettors are betting on Brexit.

  • admin

    London voted 3-1 for Remain (close to 2 million votes). Remain is now ahead.

  • Lu4PUMA

    Well, I guess it is too early to celebrate, but I am going to bed hopeful.

  • admin

    Lu4PUMA, sleep tight. Sweet dreams.

    http://www.politico.eu/article/referendum-on-eu-membership-june-23-brexit-live-blog/#liveblog-entry-813268

    REMAIN BACK IN THE LEAD — FOR NOW

    There is a glimmer of hope for Remain: The London boroughs of Lambeth and Wandsworth have both recorded very good results for the In camp — even better than expected.

    After 50 results, Remain are back in to the lead, but the general consensus is still that Leave will win tonight. Sky News have suggested they could do so by a margin of 12 points.

    SKY NEWS PREDICTS A 12 POINT WIN FOR LEAVE

  • Outris

    I hear leave is back in lead

  • S

    I cannot help but think about how much that is going on in Great Britian…or England as I like to call it…is such a mirror of what is going on in the USA

    their normal working folks are feeling just like our normal working folks…they are getting screwed and they are not going to take it anymore…they might not win this battle…but they will win this war…they will vote their way back and fight…and might pull it off

    they believe they live in their country but no longer have control over their own affairs

    the wages are a pittance and someone from somewhere else is always there to make that low wage even lower

    the immigration is not only out of control and putting major stress on their communities but it is becoming increasingly unmanagable and dangerous

    they no longer trust the leaders they elect…and their elected leaders have less and less control or power over governing the country they were elected to lead in…because there is a command central control ruled and dominated by unknown elites who are in charge and just using the normal working folks as pawns…

    they want their independence back…

    Brexit…do it!!! Take your independence back…

  • admin

    Outris, Brexit is back in the lead. Some results:

    http://www.politico.eu/article/referendum-on-eu-membership-june-23-brexit-live-blog/#liveblog-entry-813296

    Nuneaton has long been a measure of which way the wind is blowing in British elections, so it may be very significant that Leave has won there with 66 percent of the vote.

    ITV the latest to forecast a Brexit win:

    Peter Kellner of useless Yougov Poll, forecast an easy Remain win. Not now:

  • admin

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2016/jun/23/eu-referendum-result-live-counting-leave-remain-brain-in-europe?page=with:block-576c98aee4b0f43038109745#block-576c98aee4b0f43038109745

    The Labour party is now working on the assumption that leave will win, according to party source. The view in Labour HQ is that, if Britain does vote to leave, Jeremy Corbyn should call upon David Cameron to resign, but senior figures believe that that may prove unnecessary because Cameron may announce his departure of his own accord.

  • Outris

    If this trend continues…I may cry. There is hope again.

  • Tony Stark

    Brexit leading 52% to 48% with slightly more than half of the votes counted.

  • S

    Does anyone know the name of that really skinny nerdie guy that is speaking on behalf of the “leave” peeps on BBC TV??? is …

    very articulate…with “snap” but subtle humour…

    BBC TV

  • admin

    Big city of Sheffield voted to Brexit even though it was expected to vote Remain. Big city of Birmingham now also votes Brexit. Cameron and the Remainders needed to win big in the cities. Instead… Brexit.

    http://www.politico.eu/article/referendum-on-eu-membership-june-23-brexit-live-blog/#liveblog-entry-813356

    BIRMINGHAM VOTES TO LEAVE

    The populous midlands constituency just put the nail in the coffin of Bremain.

    It has perhaps come too late to make much of a difference, but Birmingham voting to Leave must be the biggest surprise of the night so far. It was widely expected to deliver a much-needed 60-40 victory to Remain, but instead 50.7 percent of voters plumped for Leave.

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  • S

    Oh My…MSNBC calls it for LEAVE peeps…

    Thank you fellow(a) Brits…the USA accepts the Torch

    the Revolution to reclaim our Independence continues and moves across the pond…or sea…here we go!!!!!

  • admin

    BBC calls the race for Brexit as well:

  • admin

    Sky News too:

  • lorac

    Thank heavens most of the people in the land of our country’s ancestors still have some sense. You’d think our leaving over 200 years ago and staking a claim for freedom and independence might have taught them something lol

    Well, this is outstanding. Let it be the year of Brexit and Trump – power to the people!

  • Tony Stark

    Britain stands alone again!

  • S

    WOW…how cool is this…omg!!!!

    Forward…to the USA….

  • gonzotx

    Wonderful news …absolutely fabulous!!!

    Long live freedom…

  • gonzotx

    Futures stock market down 621 points already..

  • wbboei

    Not a happy night for those London School of Economics prigs who were counting on big jobs in Brussels raping the British People. For once in our lives, class war is working for us, rather than for them. However, I am not worried about those London School of Economics prigs. They don’t need jobs. With their lofty credentials, they can teach, or they can go back and get a second or third PHD in finger painting, basket weaving, medieval chimneys or some other lofty pursuit that does less harm to ordinary people that the social engineering they have been doing. I expect that geek for all seasons Cass Sunstein is rolling around on the floor with a pencil in his mouth seeing what is occurring. Nothing like having all you work for the past 8 years, building the legal edifice of world government go up in smoke. And Austin Goolsbee is now in a fetal position–gone are the days of rushing off to Canada and whispering in their ear that his boss, Obama, was just telling one of his million lies when he said he would review NAFTA to make sure it is working for working American, as if that pimp for the elites ever gave a shit about working class people. Yes, it is time for all of you elitists to drink the koolaid. It will liberate them from a world where their ticket just got punched, and where life has become nasty brutish and short thanks to the likes of them. Yes, my little chickadees, class warfare is a two way street, and those who content themselves with handouts from the elites who steal from the people to pay them are too dumb to spit.

    I await Momaer’s reaction to all this . . .

  • wbboei

    I also await Donald’s response to this.

    It needs to be carefully worded.

    He must not get too invested because Soros, who has already shorted stocks, will use this as an opportunity to crash the market, when, in fact, the market was headed for a bubble anyway, because the world economy is stagnant and so is China, but stock prices do not reflect this. A market correction is far better than a crash, which is what Soros will attempt to do, just like he did to the British pound in 1992. Don’t believe me? Look it up.

  • wbboei

    In politics and economics, Black Wednesday is 16 September 1992, when the British Conservative government was forced to withdraw the pound sterling from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) after it was unable to keep the pound above its agreed lower limit in the ERM.

    George Soros, the most high-profile of the currency market speculators, made over £1 billion[1] in profit by short selling sterling.

  • admin

    NEW ARTICLE IS UP.