Seattle radio host and Twitter-based criminal defense advocate Paul Gallant “dunked” on President Donald Trump last month by denying that the riots are violent, then the radio host was scored on by rioters who trashed his apartment. Now he’s taking up arms.
Got to love the fucking liberals when their darling protesters (read fucking rioters) finally come to their neighborhood!!!!
A Democrat win will mean Open Borders. It will not take much more immigration to close any possibility of future Republican, conservative, or genuine Constitutional government. It will be over. Freedom will be dead, and a totalitarian nightmare will commence. People cannot believe it could happen here, but a Marxist revolution is looming over us. If we lose in November, only the grace of divine intervention will prevent us from being destroyed by financial, economic, and military weakness.
Ludwell Johnson (1927-2017) was a professor of history at the College of William and Mary in Virginia. His major expertise was the political and economic motives that caused and shaped the American Civil War and the Reconstruction era that followed. His most famous work published in 1978 was North Against South: The American Iliad, 1848-1877. I strongly recommend it to politicians, journalists, corporate leaders, military leaders, teachers, and voters who are interested in the truth about the American Civil War era. Johnson compared the American Civil War to the Greek Epic Poem, The Iliad, by Homer, about the Trojan War, probably written about 762 BC. The Trojan War is thought to have occurred from 1194 to 1184 BC. By referring to the American Civil War era as the American Iliad, Johnson is saying that its cultural impact on the American nation was very great and comparable to the great cultural impact of the Iliad on the foundations of Western culture. More @ The Times Examiner
A recent Fox News poll found Americans under the age of 30 were more likely than other age groups to call the Founding Fathers villains. Campus Reform Digital Reporter Eduardo Neret asked students to weigh in and see if they could name any good the Founding Fathers did.
If you don’t want to catch Covid-19, stay out of the hospitals and doctor’s offices:
This virus is not being spread the way we’re told.
Social distancing is close to worthless.
NY’s data makes this quite clear. So does Florida’s.
Both slammed the door; SE Florida and NYC.
The bend should be evident in one viral generation time. The new case rate should collapse in two viral generation times. If Community Transmission via bars, restaurants and “social interaction” was more than 2/3rds of the total the effective R0 would go under 1.0 and community transmission would collapse. If it was half then R0 would be 1.5 and we’d have transmission approximately equal to a bad seasonal flu.
IF you actually bent the curve.
These measures did not bend it to any material degree. Enough time has passed to know this is true; at most they have lengthened a “turn time” by one day (in other words, R3.0 to R2.5.) That’s effectively nothing!
It’s being spread in the medical environment — specifically, in the hospitals — not, in the main, on the beach or in the bar.
When Singapore and South Korea figured out that if as a medical provider you wash your damn hands before and after, without exception, every potential contact with an infected person or surface even if you didn’t have a mask on for 30 minutes during casual conversations with others (e.g. neither of you is hacking) transmission to and between their medical providers stopped.
Note — even if you didn’t have a mask on and were not social distancing in the work environment, which of course is impossible if you’re working with others in a hospital, you didn’t get infected.
And guess what immediately happened after that? Their national case rate stabilized and fell.
The hypothesis that fits the facts is that a material part of transmission is actually happening in the hospital with the medical providers spreading it through the community both directly and indirectly.
Keep in mind that this was posted by Denninger back in March. And now, the death rate in Singapore is one in 1,896 cases, compared to one in 29 cases in the USA and one in 25 worldwide.
Oops. Armed citizens in Texas, it turns out, shoot back.
Over the weekend, a left-wing rioter in Austin, Texas was carrying an AK-47 when, for reasons still unknown, he decided to fire five rounds into a passenger vehicle in the middle of a busy downtown street. All five rounds missed the driver, once again demonstrating that Leftists have no rifle skills, even during close range engagements. The driver of the vehicle promptly returned fire and killed the assailant with three rounds from a handgun.
More @ Natural News
The protests and riots over ‘blue’-on-black violence which have swept across this country, shaken many of its cities, and taken on a revolutionary life of their own, are, I fear, the tipping point which will wipe out our monuments once and for all. Even worse, the destruction of these symbols shows that the memory of the men and measures which they symbolise will be wiped out as well.
Although the public has consistently opposed the removal of Confederate statues by 2-1 margins or more – where I live in Florida, it was 58% to 27% in the summer of 2017 – the mob has always overruled democracy. (Indeed, although the county commissioners initially voted to keep our 106 year-old monument but supplement it with a mural to diversity, after the rioting of ‘Black Trans Lives Matter’ and the ‘Tampa Maoist Collective,’ the lobbying of ‘Woke Capital,’ and the opinionating of journalists-cum-activists, they re-voted to remove it.) Even worse, now that the mob has a taste of ‘anarcho-tyranny’ – having seen that the authorities will neither prevent nor punish them for vandalising and even overthrowing these monuments themselves – there is nothing stopping them.
‘Heritage defense’ groups such as the Sons of Confederate Veterans and United Daughters of the Confederacy must disabuse ourselves of the notion that legislation or litigation can keep these monuments safe in public spaces – that cause is lost – and rescue these irreplaceable works of art while we still have the freedom to do so. Some are sure to disagree, but the UDC was wise to remove its 131 year-old monument in Alexandria, Virginia, and should continue to be proactive in taking back our monuments before it is too late.
More @ The Abbeville Institute