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South Africa: When 
Social Justice Becomes Theft 
by Robin Smith
Dealing with dummycrats-Democrats' Swarm Tactics
by Sally Zelikovsky
{ } ~ Chris Collins, Jim Jordan, Duncan Hunter. Remember these names. They are just three of the most recent victims targeted by the dummycrats-Democrats and their embedded goons in the administration... with accusations of misconduct in the hopes of ousting good men from Congress and reducing the Republican majority.  We've seen this playbook before: Ted Stevens, Herman Cain, Donald Trump. We've also seen how more often than not, the accusations miraculously fizzle out or disappear after an election or when the accused is actually acquitted, as in the case of Ted Stevens. Left-wingers dutifully play their part as the self-righteous accusers cleansing politics of Republican riffraff. Republicans usually hang their accused brethren out to dry. In the meantime, whenever a  dummycrats-Democrat is accused of corruption, and it is usually in a nonpartisan context – that is, not just brought by Republicans a few months or weeks before an election in an effort to sway votes – the accusations are largely ignored or barely garner a mention in the mainstream press and, if mentioned, are the result of a right-wing cabal even when they aren't: Lois Lerner, Charlie Rangel, Bob Menendez, liar-Hillary Clinton. Why do the  dummycrats-Democrats get away with their transgressions in ways Republicans could only dream of?...
Major Potential Setback for Mueller’s Trump-Russia Report 
{ } ~ A court case–completely unrelated to the Trump Russia  investigation– could “torpedo” Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, according to Politico... Next month, a Washington D.C. appeals court is set to hear arguments involving a decades-old, unsolved case of missing Columbia University professor, Jesus Galindez. If the court sides with the Department of Justice and finds that judges do not have the ability to release secret grand jury information, it may prevent Mueller from publishing his report on President Trump and his campaign’s alleged ties to Russia. The ruling could also keep the special counsel from sending its report to Congress. “It is a sleeper case,” Harvard Law professor Alex Whiting told Politico. “If the D.C. Circuit were to accept the Department of Justice’s arguments…that would have potentially enormous implications for the future of the information from the Mueller investigation. That could close out a path by which that information becomes public.” Attorney and author, Stuart McKeever spent decades investigating the disappearance of Galindez. He wants a judge to release secret testimony from a grand jury that investigated Galindez’s case. However, Politico notes that “the Justice Department argues that judges don’t have “inherent authority” to release such information unless it falls under exemptions approved by Congress, which don’t apply in the Galindez case — or in many others, including potentially Mueller’s investigation.”...
Beware Of Anyone Telling You
Your Rights Come From Government
by Derek Hunter 
{ } ~ On the Monday edition of The Daily Daily Caller Podcast, we discuss the idea of negative rights and positive rights, and the important difference between the two ideas... Schools no longer teach civics or the American founding, except to complain about how the country was “founded on racism.” But the idea of where our rights come from was an important discussion then, and it’s becoming more important now. Liberals want to make everything — health care, college, housing, food — a “right,” which is the opposite of the principles on which this country was founded. If the government can grant people rights, especially to the goods and services  of others, there is nothing stopping that same government from taking away people’s rights. Our Founding Fathers were very careful in how they set up our government in order to protect the individual. The political left is working to turn that on its head.
New Florida Law: “In God We Trust”
Must Be Placed in All Public Schools 
by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D
{ } ~ Public schools in Florida must now display the motto, “In God We Trust,” per provisions of a state law passed in March and now brought to full effect with the opening of the new academic year... Title XLVIII, Chapter 1003 of the state law has been amended to read: “Each district school board shall adopt rules to require, in all of the schools of the district and in each building used by the district school board, the display of the state motto, “In God We Trust” … in a conspicuous place.” Local media reports that the state government has in at least a few cases e-mailed signs with the motto printed on them for use by the school districts in their schools and other district buildings. Other school districts around the state report having been given signs bearing the legally required motto. Florida’s enactment of such a statute has drawn more media attention to the act than other states who’ve passed similar laws, such as Tennessee and Arkansas. The heightened scrutiny of the motto’s placement in school buildings in Florida is likely attributable to the global coverage of the deadly assault carried out by a gunman at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, earlier this year. As would be expected in this day of intolerance, there are opponents of the law and its mandated mounting of the state motto “In God We Trust” was made the official state motto in 2006...
FDR's Legacy: Another Fine Mess
by Steve Feinstein
{ } ~ There is no question that the Middle East Arab-Israeli oil situation is one of the world's most enduring and vexing problems... Almost every economically significant country in the world has a major stake in how this scenario plays out, and most countries orient and arrange a large part of their foreign policy and energy strategy with Middle East considerations front and center in their planning. What if the United States had been presented with the opportunity to circumvent the Mideast Jewish-Arab oil crisis before it had a chance to metastasize into the worldwide scourge it is today? The opportunity did, in fact, present itself in 1945. Unfortunately, the United States – under Franklin D. Roosevelt – failed to capitalize on it, and thus the world today lives in constant danger caused by the flashpoint of those seemingly unending, unsolvable regional tensions. The missed opportunity was the result of FDR's mishandling of his historic meeting with King Abdel Aziz ibn Saud of Arabia on Great Bitter Lake in the Suez Canal on February 14, 1945. FDR's actions here essentially created the 70-plus-year economic and political tensions and conflicts regarding oil that continue to afflict international relationships and define the national security and oil acquisition strategy of virtually every developed country in the world today.  Most of the damaging international energy-related circumstances in the present-day world were set in motion by FDR's actions at that meeting. Roosevelt knew that as America entered the post-WWII era, it would no longer be able to provide itself with enough oil-based fuel to meet its growing economic and military needs. Saudi Arabia, with its vast, largely untapped oil fields, was a key part of America's post-WWII economic puzzle. America needed to get there first, to be regarded by the Saudis as their trusted friend and ally, in order to receive favorable treatment and obtain prioritized access to Saudi oil, in preference over the other major WWII victors, like the Soviets, China, and Britain...


South Africa: When Social Justice Becomes Theft 
by Robin Smith:  Unbelievable. Simply tyrannical. It’s happening in our lifetime. The U.S. Constitution is being changed to permit land seizures by the government to take land from black farmers to give to white farmers based on the notion that the land was first possessed by a less-than-honest means. No wonder the press is screaming that Donald Trump’s a racist!

             Oh, wait. It’s South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, working with the communist African National Congress, who is proposing changes to that nation’s constitution to take land from white farmers. Those farmers are the descendants of the European colonists who first settled the region and fought subsequent battles for the geographically favorable land at the southern-most tip of the African continent. Ramaphosa is working to collectivize and control the country’s farming infrastructure.
               But why? Why would a nation ranked 77th in the world by The Heritage Foundation’s 2018 Index of Economic Freedom, with relatively positive commentary about the improved investments and reduction in tax burdens and trade barriers, seek to turn an entire sector of its economy into a state-controlled industry by the confiscation of private property to be reassigned to other owners?
               While the anti-Trump media and governing elite parrot the narrative that Trump’s a racist, the same have been pretty silent on this developing issue. Their silence is likely a subtle response to the fact that President Trump recently spoke against this overreach. Put simply, whatever Donald Trump’s against, they’re for, and vice versa.
               In this case, Trump heard what America heard. Fox News’s Tucker Carlson exposed the practice of racism in South Africa — perpetrated in the name of some collective punishment of white citizens through the confiscation of their personal property with no compensation. Trump’s response indicated he had instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to investigate the announced moves, leaving no doubt he rejected the practice.
               Let’s extract the players in this global drama to focus not on the inflammatory personalities but the principles involved. This is where all nations playing footsie with the rising popularity of socialism and the ignorance of outcomes of this social justice brain rot need to perk up.
               In the name of social justice, the president of a nation with a very high unemployment rate of over 25% has determined that the remedy to its out-of-work blacks (almost 30%) is to change its “laws” to permit the theft of legally possessed land of white farmers to redistribute the possession to nonwhite citizens. And, you might be asking, what crime has the white citizen population committed that has been supported by evidence and convicted in a court of law to have such restitution enforced as part of an act of justice? Good question.
               Has this ever occurred? Surely, such tyrannical behavior has no place in modern-day history! Well, um, South Africa’s neighbor had its own “Land Reform” back in 1980 and it kinda didn’t work out so swell.
               Zimbabwe, as described by Wikipedia, engaged in “an effort to more equitably distribute land between black subsistence farmers and white Zimbabweans of European ancestry … to alter the ethnic balance of land ownership.” From its beginnings, the program paid white farmers of European descent for their land. When the money ran out, the Zimbabwe government engaged in a “fast track” program to take the properties with no compensation. Not only were political structures shaken, the banking system was rocked with violence spurred by the natural conflict of government-sanctioned theft. That was followed by food shortages and two decades of economic loss, all in the name of some manufactured social justice.
               See if this pattern seems vaguely familiar when compared to some of the tactics of the new dummycrats-Democratic Socialists gaining prominence in America: First, a victim group is identified. Second, the offending group is also identified, whether through actual offense in years (even centuries) past, or some manufactured status as “privileged” that allegedly causes material harm to the said victim group. Third, there is political intimidation. Pause here to think of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals (Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it), which serve as the common tactics of the dummycrats-Democrats. Once political intimidation may or may not work, there’s violence by a group of agitators in the name of protest and a faux morality accepted by those seeking a collective offender due for vigilante justice.
               In the case of South Africa, reports of more than 400 white farmers being murdered during the last 12 months should be staggering. Instead, the Leftmedia is breathlessly trying to use Trump’s call for an investigation into the violence as some response to a white nationalist call. The media certainly has and will continue to omit remarks by a supporter of this government theft, militant activist Julius Melama, who alleges that only by death will he and his militants be stopped. He goes on to falsely claim that Jews are training the white right-wingers to be snipers for such a cause too protect white farmers.
               So, social justice warriors, you’ve been exposed. Today’s prettied up socialism is no different from the same old Communism that murders, destroys, and corrupts, regardless of the cause or the continent.

~The Patriot Post

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Comment by Rudy Tirre on August 28, 2018 at 8:10am

its going to be very hard to get our kids the right teachings in history and other matters when we know that our schools are influences by liberals for so long. Most of these kids are becoming adults and will continue their learning of liberal thoughts into their lives and beyond. Hopefully they will learn that their teaching where wrong.

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Obama Lies Again: – Ignores That The Year After Signing The Stimulus More Than (4) Million Jobs Were Lost

Former President Obama, the only President in US history who had his FBI and other Intel agencies spy on the opposition party candidate, claims that he created the great economy that Americans are enjoying today. The only thing Obama created was debt and massive job losses with his horrible economic recovery.

Yesterday the former President tweeted an effort to take credit for President Trump’s successful economy:

Joe Hoft@joehoft

Of course another @BarackObama lie. He can’t open his mouth without lying. 11 years ago the US lost (4.3) million jobs over the next 12 months. Horrible liar. 

Barack Obama  @BarackObama

Eleven years ago today, near the bottom of the worst recession in generations, I signed the Recovery Act, paving the way for more than a decade of economic growth and the longest streak of job creation in American history.

President Obama’s policies were a disgrace and a failure. He doubled the national debt in spite of zero interest rates from the Fed. His recovery was the worst in US history.

Also, Obama’s assertion is just plain false. The ‘Stimulus’ was passed in February 2009 right after Obama took over the Presidency. He promised to not pass any bills for at least a week to allow for the bills to be read by the people but lied as soon as he was sworn in. The Stimulus was hundreds and hundreds of pages of government handouts to Democrat districts and it was close to $1 million. This was not what America needed and it led to the Tea Party.

Far-left Wikipedia has this to say about the Stimulus:

Note that in his infinite wisdom, NYT economist Paul Krugman is credited with arguing that “the stimulus was far smaller than the economic crisis warranted”. (He also said the markets would crash and burn if President Trump was elected President.)

The data shows that the 12 months after Obama’s stimulus, the US lost 4.3 million jobs:

In Obama’s first three years he netted a loss of 1.5 million jobs compared to President Trump who has added more than 6.7 million jobs.

When it comes to the economy, the billionaire schools the community organizer every time.

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