Sunday, July 27, 2014

Hillary Clinton Distances Herself from Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton has been doing her best to put distance between herself and  Barack Hussein Obama's failures. Now, she distancing herself from one of her own.

Hillary thought her Russian reset was a good idea.



Until she decided that she wasn't. 


Thursday, July 17, 2014

Americans Disagree with Democrats on Immigration Reform

When Americans say that they favor immigration reform, they mean deportation
Most voters don’t want any of the young illegal immigrants who’ve recently arrived here housed in their state and say any legislation passed by Congress to deal with the problem should focus on sending them home as soon as possible. 

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 59% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the primary focus of any new immigration legislation passed by Congress should be to send the young illegal immigrants back home as quickly as possible. Just 27% say it should focus instead on making it easier for these illegal immigrants to remain in the United States. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Afghanistan's Culture of Pedophilia

Boning little boys for Allah.
Western forces fighting in southern Afghanistan had a problem. Too often, soldiers on patrol passed an older man walking hand-in-hand with a pretty young boy. Their behavior suggested he was not the boy's father. Then, British soldiers found that young Afghan men were actually trying to "touch and fondle them," military investigator AnnaMaria Cardinalli told me. "The soldiers didn't understand."

All of this was so disconcerting that the Defense Department hired Cardinalli, a social scientist, to examine this mystery. Her report, "Pashtun Sexuality," startled not even one Afghan. But Western forces were shocked - and repulsed.

For centuries, Afghan men have taken boys, roughly 9 to 15 years old, as lovers. Some research suggests that half the Pashtun tribal members in Kandahar and other southern towns are bacha baz, the term for an older man with a boy lover. Literally it means "boy player." The men like to boast about it.

“You fucking Jews. It’s all about the money, isn’t it.”

The humor of Bill Clinton.
Clinton—“always eager to please”— told his embarrassed audience a joke that began: “These two old Jews are walking down the street.”

“As the joke begins, everyone around the table looks dubious,” Halper writes. “Where is he going with this? Surely the former president of the United States is not about to tell an anti-Semitic story in front of people he hardly knows. This, of course, is exactly what he does, according to a number of people present.”

Briefly, the joke has the two Jewish codgers walking by a Catholic church, where a sign out front offers $100 to converts. One of the Jews, named Abe, agrees to convert and give half the proceeds to his friend. Abe meets with the priests, learns the traditions of the church, is declared a Catholic, and collects his reward.

“Hey! Look at the new Catholic here,” Abe’s friend says. “You got my money?”

To which Abe retorts: “You fucking Jews. It’s all about the money, isn’t it.”

Halper writes: “As the former president laughs, the others offer weak smiles. No one wants to offend him.”

Sunday, July 13, 2014

At Last, Truth Comes to Washington

Paul Pierce is taking his talents to Landover, MD.
Pierce, 36, the sweet-shooting small forward known as the Truth, was one of the few Nets players to live up to expectations.

But in the early hours Sunday, Pierce walked away from a Nets team in disarray, agreeing to terms on a two-year, $11 million contract with the Washington Wizards, according to a person briefed on the negotiations.
While the deal had not been announced officially, Pierce all but confirmed it on Twitter. Making a reference to John Wall, Washington’s All-Star point guard, Pierce wrote, “Obama, J Wall here I come.”

The Fundamental Difference Between Israelis and Palestinians

Netanyahu: 'We Use Missiles to Defend Civilians, Hamas Uses Civilians to Defend Missiles' (VIDEO)


Friday, July 11, 2014

Democrats were for Child Deportations Before They were Against It


Nanny Bloomberg Dismisses Colorado Springs as a Backwater

Some things never change. 



Muslims Love Barack Hussein Obama

I find it instructive that Obama's most devoted constituency seeks the destruction of everything America stands for.
President Barack Obama’s approval rating is higher among Muslims than any other religious group, a new poll says.

According to a Gallup poll released Friday that tracked responses for the first six months of 2014, 72 percent of Muslims said they approve of the president, compared with just 20 percent who disapprove.


Tuesday, June 03, 2014

If You Want to Understand Net Neutrality, ask a Comedian

Subtitle: The shitty state of the American news media.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Rachel Carson's Body Count

The envy of Pol Pot, Adolph Hitler, Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin. Only Mao Zedong surpasses her.
Was she really responsible for the deaths of as many as 50 million people? That's just an estimate. What we do know is that her landmark 1962 bestseller Silent Spring – the book that set a million and one green activists on the path of eco righteousness – was responsible for the worldwide ban on the insecticide DDT, the most effective preventative against the mosquitos which spread the world's deadliest disease, Malaria. In this way countless millions of people, mostly Third World children, were condemned to death in the name of ecological correctness.
Meanwhile, South Africa shows what can be accomplished when one ignores Rachel Carson.
 South Africa has turned the tide on malaria, cutting mortality rates by 85 percent over the last 12 years, and hopes to soon eliminate the disease, a report stated Wednesday amid controversy over the use of highly controversial DDT.

Last year, only 70 people died from the mosquito-borne disease, compared to 460 deaths recorded in the year 2000, said the delivered at a Pan African Malaria conference in Durban.
The number of people who caught has come down to about a 10th of the cases recorded that same year.

"South Africa is well on its way to being a malaria-free country," Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said.
Worldwide the disease kills an estimated 660,000 people each year, 90 percent of them in Africa with the majority being children.

Countries severely affected by malaria in the continent include Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Mozambique.

Authorities in South Africa believe the continent's wealthiest and most developed country is closer to eradicating malaria, but admit that there was no quick fix.

They aim to rid the country of the disease by the year 2018.