There are a few things missing in the dialogue here that I’d like to bring to your attention, one of which is the  American Revolution, a form of anarchy. Defined in Webster’s College Dictionary: a theory that regards the absence of all direct or coercive government as a political ideal and that proposes the cooperative and voluntary association of individuals and groups as the principle mode of organized society, the American Revolution replaced the dictating King George with the law.

 

Under self-government, America prospered.  The prosperity, however, was not equal.  A few prospered; the masses worked very hard just to exist. It was only right and just that government stepped in and redistributed the wealth. That was then and now is now. Where are we? Through 70 years of government redistribution, we are dependent on government.  With politicians in control of redistribution—and to their great personal economic benefit—it doesn’t take a genius to know the outcome: moral, spiritual, and fiscal bankruptcy.  The question: which is worse, out of control capitalism or out of control government?  At least under out of control capitalism you are not obligated to be robbed. You are not by law subject to being made slaves of the state.

 

Obama, with his “fundamental transformation,” bringing the king idea back, today’s lawless American revolutionaries, who give zero credibility to the freedom to be innovative and creative, who go on the theory of doing for the good of all, which is to take from “greedy capitalists” and give to the meek and poor: Marxist theory, the idea that the end result is all that counts, the individual, in all cases, is merely the means. Those receiving the benefits need to know that.  When the right time comes you receiving the benefits will find out how much you are worth. You are living on borrowed time.

 

We Americans have complacently watched as it all took place.  Now that the obvious has happened—politicians have painted themselves into a corner, and don’t have answers, there is no way they can live up to their commitments, America’s illustrious are simply dealing with the symptoms of the problem they created, uselessly and irresponsibly playing the blame game. Around and around we go and where we stop nobody knows. My friends, you can’t expect Washington to come up with sensible answers.  It isn’t a pretty picture. We, the people, are to blame for allowing this sorry state of affairs—but I would be remiss not to bring you the solution to the horrible mess the American people have gotten us into.

 

Being one from the past with an Aquarian’s vision of the future, I think in the past we would have grabbed the ball and run with it, but no, not us. Wall Street and government have conspired together to gain riches and control.  We can fail, but they are too big to fail—and we are too numbed from it all, too used to the lazy, good life based on easy money to see past the end of our noses—printing press money with nothing behind it the angelic Fed Chairman Bernanke uses to fleece us.  We’ll know after the horse is out of the gate.  Chairman Bernanke and the other conspirators look forward to a celebration on their conquest of the American people.  

 

King Barack Hussein Obama told Israel that he expects Israel to go back to the 1967 boundary. Netanyahu told the King that was not going to happen. It isn’t going to happen. King Obama is an aberration.  You need to know that while America sinks in a sea of debt, two of the poorest and most populated nations in the world, India and China, have grabbed the ball. They have surplus cash with which to buy and control debt ridden nations. Thus, in the face of a Piscean America at the end of its time—led by opportunistic fools—Middle East brothers envisioning ruling the world, America’s current Marxist revolutionaries envisioning sharing in that rule, it isn’t going to happen. Make up your mind to that right now.  I know without question that Obama and company are walking on thin air. Soon enough, they are going fall on their faces. Mark my words. Those who have relied on Obama are going to be up a creek.   Those who have relied on themselves are going to be in the driver’s seat.

 

Who would have thought we would fly to the moon when the fastest man could move was on the back of a galloping horse? Who would have thought we could sit in our living rooms and watch events taking place on the opposite side of the planet? Who would have thought that this nobody from Nowheresville could communicate one-on-one with thousands of people all over the world?  The world has changed as much in one century as it did in the entire history of civilization. We are here with increasing purpose. It is entirely out of the question that the usual and customary is going to take place in the future.  

 

Innovators all over the world are networking and prospering.  Given the advanced state of the world’s technology—one man can do the work of a hundred, no longer the hard work and long hours necessary, no longer greedy capitalists taking advantage of their power and wealth, a great awakening is taking place.  How do I know? Thousands of comments from innovators all over the world tell me that a groundswell is building that is going to break and sweep the world. Welcome to the Age of Aquarius.

 

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TEA PARTY -> Lois Lerner Case Explodes:
IRS Docs Link McCain’s Office To Tea Party Attacks

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Since announcing his brain cancer was terminal, Arizon Sen. John McCain has continued to make headlines, but not due to his medical status. Instead, it has been one controversy after another revolving around him, and now one more had been added to the list.

This one is based in his dislike not for Ted Cruz or Rand Paul, but of the tea party.

McCain has never really endeared himself to conservatives, and he made his feeling public about the tea party movement at a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor in 2015, according to a Yahoo report.

“I think also — I probably shouldn’t say this — but some of (the tea party) appeals to the bad angels of our nature rather than the better angels of our nature,” McCain said.

This attitude ties into the latest scandal swirling around McCain.

One of a number of scandals that plagued President Barack Obama and his administration involved the IRS targeting tea party groups after 2010. It seemed that their tax-exempt status requests were denied or delayed due to intense political partisanship in the agency.

In May 2013, The Washington Post reported that the IRS’s exempt-organizations division director Lois Lerner “let slip” the week prior “that low-level IRS staffers had focused extra scrutiny on conservative groups with words such as ‘tea party’ or ‘patriot’ in their names.”

In addition, “internal reviews have shown that Lerner knew about the targeting in 2011 — but neither Congress nor the public knew until (2013).” Despite this, Lerner was never prosecuted and was allowed to retire with her taxpayer-funded pension intact.

This did not change, even after House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, a Texas Republican, and Tax Policy Subcommittee Chairman Peter Roskam, an Illinois Republican, wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. In it, they begged him to reopen a probe into the matter, according to Jay Sekulow, chief council for the American Center for Law and Justice, writing in a commentary for Fox News.

When President Donald Trump was sworn into office, some held out hope that the perceived injustices from Obama’s tenure would somehow be made right. However, in September 2017, Trump’s administration had already preemptively declined to pursue criminal charges against Lerner “based on the available evidence,” according to Fox News.

But more has since been uncovered about the scandal. Government watchdog group Judicial Watch has obtained and released “internal IRS documents, including material revealing that Sen. John McCain’s former staff director and chief counsel on the Senate Homeland Security Permanent Subcommittee, Henry Kerner, urged top IRS officials, including then-director of exempt organizations Lois Lerner, to “audit so many that it becomes financially ruinous.”

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JW President @TomFitton: Much of what you know about the IRS scandal is thanks to JW... Our new docs show the scandal is bipartisan in nature. A McCain staffer suggested Lois Lerner audit all of the 501(c)(4) groups in a way that'd be financially ruinous.

Meeting notes from April 30, 2013, involving Kerner, Lerner, “and other high-ranking IRS officials” were obtained by JW. With the meeting taking place only 10 days before the IRS scandal exploded into the public view, they are particularly incriminating against Kerner and Lerner:

“Henry Kerner asked how to get to the abuse of organizations claiming section 501 (c)(4) but designed to be primarily political. Lois Lerner said the system works, but not in real time.”

“Henry Kerner noted that these organizations don’t disclose donors. Lois Lerner said that if they don’t meet the requirements, we can come in and revoke, but it doesn’t happen timely.”

“Nan Marks said if the concern is that organizations engaging in this activity don’t disclose donors, then the system doesn’t work. Henry Kerner said that maybe the solution is to audit so many that it is financially ruinous. Nikole noted that we have budget constraints.”

“Elise Bean suggested using the list of organizations that made independent expenditures. Lois Lerner said that it is her job to oversee it all, not just political campaign activity.”

Thus far, there is no evidence that McCain knew about or directed Kerner to take such action. It is plausible that Kerner, knowing of McCain’s dislike of the tea party, opted to be a proactive and loyal staffer by urging the IRS to take action against the groups.

But McCain’s personality does little to keep him far removed from the scandal and tongues are wagging with speculation as to his involvement. Regardless, McCain’s frosty relationship with President Donald Trump has not made the Arizona senator many fans among Trump supporters.

New suspicions about him betraying the tea party won’t help matters at all.

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Chelsea Handler Says Fox Doesn’t Work With
Black People, Obviously Doesn’t Watch Network

Humor is supposed to be based on truth. After all, the reason we laugh at a joke or scenario is because it triggers a feeling of recognition about reality, especially if it’s presented in an unexpected way.

It doesn’t look like “comedian” Chelsea Handler has a very firm grasp on truth or reality, however.

After a production error during a Fox News broadcast was called out by users on Twitter, the raunchy and sex-obsessed Handler tried to bash the network … but ended up showing off her ignorance instead.

“Fox News honored Aretha Franklin by using a graphic that contained a photo of Patti LaBelle,” the comedian and television host posted on Twitter Thursday evening.

That part was true enough: Fox admitted that they made a mistake on a background slide during a tribute to the late soul singer, and accidentally showed a faded photo of LaBelle. The main image still showed Franklin, who passed away on Thursday in Detroit.

Broadcast television is complex, which you would think Handler understands after being involved in TV for many years. Honest mistakes happen on every network. But no: In Handler’s alternate reality, the only explanation for the mistake was racism.

“It’s probably hard for anyone who works at Fox News to tell black people apart because they’ve never worked with any,” she declared.

Chelsea Handler  @chelseahandler

Fox News honored Aretha Franklin by using a graphic that contained a photo of Patti LaBelle. It’s probably hard for anyone who works at Fox News to tell black people apart because they’ve never worked with any.

Was she trying to be bitter or funny? It was hard to tell, but either way, that statement shows just how isolated the Hollywood left is from reality.

If she really believes that Fox has “never worked with any” black people, maybe she should try an experiment: Actually watch the channel for a minute.

She would probably tune in to the face of Harris Faulkner, the enthusiastic and Emmy-winning host of “Outnumbered,” which airs every single weekday.

Or, maybe she could get a clue from Deneen Borelli, another well-known face of Fox News for nearly a decade. How about the venerable Juan Williams, co-host of “The Five” and a “Fox News Sunday” regular for over 20 years?

Nah. They apparently don’t count, because Handler would rather live in an alternate reality of ignorance than admit she was the one making racial assumptions.

We’re not finished! Moving on to frequent guest contributors to Fox News, how about Candace Owens? Brandon Tatum? Ben Carson? Larry Elder? All of these smart individuals are familiar faces at Fox, and all are — look closely! — African American.

That’s saying nothing of the behind-the-scenes staff at Fox, a good number of whom are of course black. In fact, it’s completely possible the photo mix-up was accidentally made by a black employee. Handler openly assumed the race of the staff members who made the error, while knowing nothing.

Once again, the left has tipped their hand and revealed just how elitist and out of touch they are.

Handler has likely never turned on Fox News in her life, yet she thinks she’s an expert on it. She eagerly diminishes and waves away the contributions of black Americans to one of the most popular news stations in the nation, while lecturing others about race.

This type of attitude implies that only “liberal approved” black voices count. If they don’t parrot a 43-year-old white comedian’s politics, they’re invisible to her.

That arrogant view, and not an honest editing mistake, is perhaps the real outrage here … and it’s exactly why so many black voters are walking away from the left.

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