The BLM email-gate TAkes!

Now we have yet another email-gate.

Hillary is most likely toast, yet the Democrat bench only seems to have Joe sitting on it.

Enjoy the BLM email Takes! (and turn your flash-blocker on)

Planet Obama

Hillary Clinton Hacked Emails For Sale

Will Hillary Clinton’s Emails Burn the White House?

The incalculable damage done

“We know now that HC had classified information on her email server because of what she turned over. What we don’t know is what she didn’t turn over. This creates a massive Counter-Intelligence (CI) problem… This action has done irreparable damage to US national security”

Clinton Admits She Destroyed Government Property

Tech company: No indication that Clinton’s e-mail server was ‘wiped’

someone is really incompetent

Peggy Hubbard’s classic rant about black lives matter after a nine year old was killed while studying in Ferguson MO.

MN Black Lives Matter Protesters Chant: “Pigs in a Blanket, Fry ‘Em Like Bacon” – YouTube

The assassin who killed two cops in NYC tweeted that he was going to put pigs in a blanket.

NFL Star Richard Sherman GOES OFF On Man Who Called For “Open Season On Crackers and Cops”

Sherman is a star in more ways than one.

Farrakhan: We Must Rise Up and Kill Those Who Kill Us; Stalk Them and Kill Them

where are the voices to condemn and/or arrest Farrakhan? The O seemingly loves it.

Message to the Black Lives Matter Movement

complete Whaley video above

…if you have a Boehner lasting longer than 23 years, seek immediate medical attention!

Articles: Donald Trump and the Revenge of the ‘Low-Information’ Voters

Biden: ‘Totally Legitimate Argument’ That Iran Can Use Sanctions Relief to Fund Terror

Yet he has no problem moving ahead with this disaster anyway

Three illegal immigrants charged with murder of Va. student

Captured: Convicted Burglar Deported 5 Times, Back in Texas

Obama claims that the border is more secure now than ever. I guess that is not saying much.

USA Today reporter covering Scott Walker’s campaign signed petition to recall him

I’d like to know what “journalists” contributed to political campaigns too.

John Kerry Appoints Clinton Donor to Oversee Email Production

nothing says transparency like hiring a Clinton partisan to oversee the release of Hillary Clinton’s email

~ remember when State conducted an investigation into Benghazi without interviewing Hillary, or producing a single document with her name on it? That was also conducted by another Clinton partisan, surprise, surprise!

FEC Must Investigate Democratic National Committee for Employing Illegal Alien to Craft 2016 Political Message

I’d be shocked if that ever happened

Obama EPA rule blocked, criticized as fed power grab over state waters

“Judge Ralph R. Erickson called the Environmental Protection Agency’s attempt “inexplicable, arbitrary and devoid of a reasoned process,” and issued an injunction preventing the EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from claiming oversight of millions of acres of land that contain small bodies of water.”

Clintons Facilitated Donor’s Haiti Project That Defrauded U.S. Out of Millions

The Clintons should be prosecuted under RICO laws as a continuing criminal enterprise

What Is Obama’s Top Population-Control Freak Hiding?

Science czar John Holdren is withholding his private email too. He is the top strategist in Obama’s war on carbon, war on coal, war on the West and war on the economy.

Conservative Review – McConnell Plans to Fund Planned Parenthood

He’s funded everything else that Obama wanted

Satanists are Pro-Choice, If You Didn’t Know


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The Trump Debate TAkes!

Even though I am under the impression that Donald Trump has been a Democrat for most of his adult life, his first allegiance is to the Donald, and the Trump Empire. He is a showman of the highest order, perhaps the finest since P.T. Barnum. He is also his own biggest admirer who seemingly can do no wrong. He has surprised everyone in political circles by his rapid rise to the top of the very crowded Republican Primary field, and he has done it by defying all accepted political conventions by just being himself. Trump has not spent any significant money at this point. He is reminiscent of the lead bull at Pamplona during the Running of the Bulls event each spring. This political model can not be sustained, he will need to evolve his game if he wants to maintain his current lead in the polls.Mr. Trump in Cleveland

Jackie Mason: Presidential debates are now comedy contests

The Republicans and the rest of the candidates are at least partially to blame for the Trump phenomena, while at the same time should be giving thanks to Donald Trump. There are several lessons that can be learned from Trump’s campaign to date, some of which are:

  • He recognizes that political correctness stifles free speech, and refuses to bow to what is ultimately a liberal demand.
  • In contrast to Silicon Valley, Wall street, the Chamber of Commerce, and current Obama policy, Trump recognizes what we all know: liberal immigration policies, both legal and illegal, are hurting Americans. Building the fence and stopping the invasion is the number one reason why he has shot to the top of the polls early in the race.
  • Bringing jobs back to America. He promised this, and I have no doubt he could do it. On the other hand, I could do it, as most any candidate could. But I recognize that it would be a huge fight requiring major repeals and reforms along the way. This is something that would take years, perhaps decades to accomplish. It would not happen overnight, and would require extensive over-hauls to the EPA, the Department of Energy, the tax code, and other major stumbling blocks, like repealing Obamacare and Dodd-Frank. Trump has not offered any specifics, other than he knows how to make or walk away from a “deal”.
  • His willingness to take ISIS out, starting with bombing the oil-fields and sending in the Marines to clean up the mess with no pretty-please restrictions.

Why should the Republicans be thankful for the Donald’s entry into the race? That is very simple, he brought excitement, chatter, and exposure to the first primary debate, and thus to all candidates. 24 million households watched it, with close to 40 million people, while the first debate 4 years ago brought maybe 6 million households. Exposure is always a good thing.

To be clear, I am not on the Trump band-wagon just yet, he has a lot of convincing to go for my tastes. Even though he has generated a lot of excitement so far, it’s still early, and I’d be surprised if we are still talking about him as a viable candidate this time next year. Here are a few negatives which he needs to grow out of, and some of his past positions simply are not conservative at all.

  • Past statements indicated support for increased gun-control, bank bail-outs, the Stimulus, Planned Parenthood, and yes, even single-payer health plans.
  • A life-time of name-calling of anyone who offers any criticism. We’ve seen this on three or four occasions already. But the Donald is a “nice guy”, as he’s reminded us already way too many times. He only strikes out at those who attack him, in his opinion.
  • Admits that he was to the left of Hillary in 2004 by being against the war in Iraq.

Trump the Teenage Bully

Fox News, a Useful Idiot, and the Arrogance of Power

Trump is getting some surprising support. Mark Levin also was very critical of Fox News for the way they handled the first debate, but first, here is the Viewers View take:

▶ The Hard Line | Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson share their thoughts on the debate – YouTube

The interview above is worth a look, too.

▶ Levin on Fox News and the GOP Debate – YouTube

Mark Levin may disagree with me. Thanks to Bob Parks for the upload, above.

Other first debate observations:

Another Megan Kelly question launched some Rand Paul – Chris Christie fireworks over mass collection of digital meta-data by the NSA. While many pundits claimed that this was a win for Christie, I predict that he will be one of the first to drop out. Paul may have looked impatient, but he is correct. Get a warrant. The original Patriot Act was meant to track US communications across our borders, not every communication of every citizen or resident, as author Jim Sensenbrenner from Wisconsin will attest. Paul is not going anywhere for the time being, and he has a role to play if the R’s are serious about pitching a big tent.

Marco Rubio had a good performance, as did Ted Cruz and Scott Walker. Jeb failed to impress, let alone dazzle. Dr Ben Carson had a good night with perhaps the best closing statement, but perhaps the biggest surprise was Carly Fiorina’s performance in the early debate. The pundits said she was the clear winner, overall.

I like Carly, she has clearly done her homework, and I was impressed with her at CPAC last winter. She was working it hard from start to finish every day. Yet, she seems to have some issues as well.

Carly: a flawed candidate

It will be a long, winding road to the RNC in Cleveland about one year from now. This is quickly shaping up to be one of the most entertaining primary run-ups in my lifetime. For that we can all thank Mr. Trump