Trigger-Free Trick or Treat

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One of many…

October 22, 1968

This is the date when President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed the Gun Control Act of 1968. Before this Act, the Second Amendment was alive and well in the United States. The Gun Control Act of 1968 turned a right into a privilege and forever forced the American people to bow at the altar of government when seeking to exercise their God-ordained duty of self-defense. Interestingly enough, Johnson’s Gun Control Act of 1968 borrowed heavily from Hitler’s Gun Control Act of 1938.  

Our Founding Fathers could have never imagined that the American people would ever allow their right to keep and bear arms be infringed as they are today. In fact, it was the attempted confiscation of firearms cached at Concord, Massachusetts, that triggered the War of Independence on April 19, 1775. Pastor Jonas Clark and his Lexington Minutemen must be turning over in their graves at the egregiously restrictive gun control laws imposed in their beloved State of Massachusetts today.

The hundreds and hundreds of draconian gun control laws that currently plague the American people–and that have cost thousands of American lives (including the 1993 Brady Bill)–have all come about as a result of Johnson’s Gun Control Act of 1968.

SOURCE has much more so do take time to go there and read it all.

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Black Lingerie Matters for All


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FBI Coverup Entails Half Million to FBI Agent Investigating Clinton

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Machines Replace People

“I do want to increase people’s wages by growing the economy and by my idea for a wage enhancement, which is better than a minimum wage increase, which, we have learned from minimum wage experts, could eliminate between 500 and 600 thousand jobs if we raise it to the level that you are talking about doing. You make people more expensive than machines, they will be replaced by machines. It’s already happening. I promise you that in less than 5 years, the majority of these fast food, for example, restaurants won’t even have people at that window, it will be a touchscreen. And so we do want to help workers with the skills that they need to find the better paying jobs of the 21st Century. ” —Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)

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The Victors and the Vanquished

For many years the nation has been building up to this election. The arrogance of Washington politicians have brought both candidates to the ballot. Trump as a protest vote and Clinton as a validation vote. If Trump wins, most people understand it as a stop command. If Clinton wins, it will be understood as a concession to The System.


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Climate Crisis: Return of Chad Guy looming?

As the November climate over Amerikkka appears to worsen, new study warns, quintessentially :

I just want to say one word to you. Just one word.
Yes, Comrade.
Are you listening?
Yes, I am.

SOURCE has more on the chads and the CHADEKS!

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Why Profits Are So Misunderstood

In a free market economy (or even an economy choked by government, like ours) profits and losses act as the beating heart. Get rid of either one and an economy-wide heart attack must ensue. Unfortunately, what profits are and the extremely valuable function that they serve are almost universally misunderstood in modern America.

If profits and losses were understood, you wouldn’t hear trite cliche’s like “people over profits” or “sustainable capitalism” or “corporate social responsibility.” These are the slogans of meddlers and busy-bodies who seek to wield political force. And unless you’ve been in a long coma, you know full well that political force has come to dominate life in America today. 

SOURCE (excellent read and all socialists should read and understand)

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6 Thoughts for Today

Just like men determining women’s reproductive rights we have millionaires and billionaires determining middle-class and poor rights.

The car and airplane were invented before sliced bread. Think about that.

Children are constantly warned not to take candy from strangers except for one day of the year when they are encouraged to take candy from as many strangers as possible in an elaborate ritualized and costumed ceremony.

Since everyone is regretting our candidates in 2016, it looks like hindsight will finally be 2020.

Cubs are in the World Series, Nike has those self lacing shoes, self driving cars are in progress, I guess Back to the Future 2 wasn’t that far off.

Its okay to say that you hate people, but not a specific kind of people.

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Three reasons the US doesn’t have universal health coverage

Why isn’t universal coverage through a national health insurance system even being considered in America? Research in health policy points to three explanations.


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Say it Correctly


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Rape the Ugly One


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The Invisible Empire of Alex Jones

How the Donald Trump campaign turned America’s greatest conspiracy theorist into a household name


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A Few Libertarian Quotes

Immigrants used to come to America seeking freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom from government. Now they come looking for free health care, free education, and a free lunch.

Left-wing politicians take away your liberty in the name of children and of fighting poverty, while right-wing politicians do it in the name of family values and fighting drugs. Either way, government gets bigger and you become less free.

The American heritage was one of individual liberty, personal responsibility and freedom from government. Unfortunately, that heritage has been lost. Americans no longer have the freedom to direct their own lives. Today, it is the government that is free – free to do whatever it wants. There is no subject, no issue, no matter that is not subject to legislation.

The police can’t stop an intruder, mugger, or stalker from hurting you. They can pursue him only after he has hurt or killed you. Protecting yourself from harm is your responsibility, and you are far less likely to be hurt in a neighborhood of gun-owners than in one of disarmed citizens – even if you don’t own a gun yourself.

Whatever the issue, let freedom offer us a hundred choices, instead of having government force one answer on everyone.

Our government, taxes, and ideas of freedom are already duplicates of the Old World. Our politicians determine how we should live our lives – and our individual liberties are sacrificed for the benefit of the Fatherland.

The government’s War on Poverty has transformed poverty from a short-term misfortune into a career choice.

The problem is big government. If whoever controls government can impose his way upon you, you have to fight constantly to prevent the control from being harmful. With small, limited government, it doesn’t much matter who controls it, because it can’t do you much harm.

The seeds of today’s runaway government were planted when it was decided that government should help those who can’t help themselves. From that modest, compassionate beginning to today’s out-of-control mega-state, there’s a straight, unbroken line. Once the door was open, once it was settled that the government should help some people at the expense of others, there was no stopping it.

There are no violent gangs fighting over aspirin territories. There are no violent gangs fighting over whisky territories or computer territories or anything else that’s legal. There are only criminal gangs fighting over territories covering drugs, gambling, prostitution, and other victimless crimes. Making a non-violent activity a crime creates a black market, which attracts criminals and gangs, which turns what was once a relatively harmless activity affecting a small group of people into a widespread epidemic of drug use and gang warfare.

I say that the Second Amendment doesn’t allow for exceptions – or else it would have read that the right “to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, unless Congress chooses otherwise.” And because there are no exceptions, I disagree with my fellow panelists who say the existing gun laws should be enforced. Those laws are unconstitutional [and] wrong – because they put you at a disadvantage to armed criminals, to whom the laws are no inconvenience.

Government seems to operate on the principle that if even one individual is incapable of using his freedom competently, no one can be allowed to be free.

The problem with politics isn’t the money; it’s the power.

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The FBI Is the Regime’s Secret Police

When FBI Director James Comey announced on July 5 that the Department of Justice would not seek the indictment of Hillary Clinton for failure to safeguard state secrets related to her email use while she was secretary of state, he both jumped the gun and set in motion a series of events that surely he did not intend. Was his hand forced by the behavior of FBI agents who wouldn’t take no for an answer? Did he let the FBI become a political tool?

Here is the back story.

The FBI began investigating the Clinton email scandal in the spring of 2015, when The New York Times revealed Clinton’s use of a private email address for her official governmental work and the fact that she did not preserve the emails on State Department servers, contrary to federal law. After an initial collection of evidence and a round of interviews, agents and senior managers gathered in the summer of 2015 to discuss how to proceed. It was obvious to all that a prima-facie case could be made for espionage, theft of government property and obstruction of justice charges. The consensus was to proceed with a formal criminal investigation.

Six months later, the senior FBI agent in charge of that investigation resigned from the case and retired from the FBI because he felt the case was going “sideways”; that’s law enforcement jargon for “nowhere by design.” John Giacalone had been the chief of the New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., field offices of the FBI and, at the time of his “sideways” comment, was the chief of the FBI National Security Branch.


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Support for ‘assault weapon’ ban hits an all time low

“All-time” means “in the 20 years they’ve been measuring this,” but still. In 1996, amid soaring public concern about crime, support for a ban stood at 57/42. Twenty years later, after a long period of stupendous decline in crime rates in many major cities, it stands at … 36/61. As recently as four years ago, the gap between support for a ban and opposition was still fairly narrow at 44/51. Four years later, the bottom has dropped out. Huh.

What makes this really surprising is that it isn’t a standard partisan effect in which Republican opposition to a ban is outpacing Democratic support for it. All three partisan groups have seen sharp declines in support since 2012:


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Poor Press Babies

Triggered journalists from across the nation are bemoaning the treatment members of the press are receiving at Trump campaign rallies from the Trump supporters the media routinely misrepresents as ignorant racists, fascist Nazis, or disenchanted working whites.
With increasing regularity, these journalist snowflakes are “reporting” their victimization at the hands Trump supporters who chant mean things like, “CNN sucks” and call them names like “presstitutes.”

For members of the media elite, the occasional taunts and jeers signal a dangerous threat to the free press. During an interview with Kellyanne Conway on Tuesday, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer breathlessly asked Trump’s campaign manager to ask Trump to stop calling out the press at his rallies because he is scared “there could be an ugly incident” between Trump supporters and the “hardworking young journalists” who cover his rallies.


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Keep on running: get a new knee grown from your nose

In a pioneering therapy that could transform arthritis treatment, doctors have repaired damaged knees with cartilage from patients’ own noses..

SOURCE for the cartoon (you might laugh, you might not)

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Marilyn Monroe’s Most Intimate Belongings are Up for Auction


You only have to glance at the range of items in the upcoming sale of the largest collection of Marilyn Monroe ephemera ever offered at auction, to see that her fingerprint can still transform the most prosaic of objects more than 50 years after her tragic death. While it wouldn’t be a true Marilyn Monroe auction without her most iconic dresses, diamonds and pearls up for grabs, the bidding gets a little darker with a huge range of intimate items for sale from her used lipsticks to an empty plastic prescription pill bottle estimated to go for up to $1,200. Many of the items have been preserved exactly as they were found when Monroe died of a drug overdose in 1962, at the age of 36. It is by far one of the most fascinating, if not tragic auction catalogues I’ve come across yet …


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Black Lingerie Matters Always

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