"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Saturday Sultress - Anna Kooiman

A Fox on Fox

Anna Kooiman is an American news anchor television panelist on Australia's Network Ten. From 2011 to September 2016, she served as anchor and reporter for Fox News Channel (FNC) based in New York City. Kooiman's last position with Fox News was as co-host on the weekend edition of FNC's FOX & Friends. Since then, she has been with the News Corp's Australian division as a substitute anchor and panelist on various news programs for Network Ten.

"Free Money" to be handed out by Leftists in California

"To each according to his need . . . "

STOCKTON (Stockton Record)  —  A consortium of policy experts, researchers and academics has awarded $1 million to Stockton to fund an experiment that aims to assess the social benefits of providing a guaranteed monthly income for one or more years to a tiny segment of the city’s residents, Mayor Michael Tubbs announced Wednesday.
Tubbs said the stipends will be awarded with no strings attached. The aim will be to ease the daily strain of barely scraping by that is experienced by the one-fourth of Stockton’s population that lives below the poverty line.
The mayor unveiled the initiative, dubbed the “Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration,” or SEED, at a news conference at the south side’s Sierra Vista public-housing development. No public funding will be used for SEED, Tubbs said.
“What we are going to pilot in Stockton is a bold idea — not a new idea, but an idea whose time has come,” said Tubbs, adding that SEED will put Stockton “in the center of a national conversation ... on how folks can enjoy the American Dream we all hold so dear.”
The Economic Security Project, which is funding SEED, echoed Tubbs in a statement this week that states, in part, that it is time “to think seriously about how recurring, unconditional cash stipends could work, how to pay for them, and what the political path might be to make them a reality.”
ESP co-chairwoman Natalie Foster said in an interview that her organization considered as many as 30 cities for the funding before choosing Stockton.
She said Stockton’s diverse demographics provide “a snapshot of America” and added that her group was impressed that Tubbs already was very well-versed in the concept of “guaranteed income” when the possibility of the grant was first discussed with him.
Stipends are not expected to begin to be distributed until at least the second half of 2018. Foster said recipients could include those who have been unable to make ends meet for years, as well as the formerly middle class families whose quality of life has diminished in an age when the cost of living keeps increasing but salaries often do not.
She said recipients will be allowed to spend their stipends as they see fit, adding that uses could include going back to school, entering a training program, or simply to help meet the basic expenses of day-to-day life.
“Fifty percent of Americans today could not pull together $400 if they were surprised with a $400 dollar bill,” Foster said. “That shows how volatile income is.”
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Money for Nothing

That ain't workin' that's the way you do it
Money for nothin' and chicks for free

Fourth Circuit: 90-Year-Old Cross-Shaped Monument to WW1 Dead Is Illegal

Leftist Trash Attacks WWI Monument

(Washington Post)  -  A federal appeals court on Wednesday declared unconstitutional a towering cross-shaped monument that has marked a major intersection in Prince George’s County for 90 years.
In a 2-1 ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit said the 40-foot-tall memorial maintained with thousands of dollars in public funds “has the primary effect of endorsing religion and excessively entangles the government in religion.”
The ruling by the three-judge panel does not mean the monument must be immediately removed from public land.
Supporters of the memorial, known as the Peace Cross, said the decision sets a “dangerous precedent” and vowed to appeal to the Supreme Court.
The question for the 4th Circuit was whether the cross — which stands at Maryland Route 450 and U.S. Route 1 in Bladensburg — is a memorial to local men lost in World War I or an unconstitutional government endorsement of religion that should be removed from public land.
Built in 1925 with funding from local families and The American Legion, the marble-and-cement cross honors 49 Prince George’s County men who died in the war. On the base are the words: valor, endurance, courage and devotion. A bronze tablet lists the names of the men and includes a quote from President Woodrow Wilson. The monument is part of a larger memorial park in the immediate area honoring veterans of several wars.
Chief Judge Roger L. Gregory dissented, writing the First Amendment does not require the government to “‘purge from the public sphere any reference to religion.’”

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How long will it be until these graves are declared "unconstitutional" by Leftist scum?

Friday, October 20, 2017

Friday Femmes with Firearms

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Open Borders Bush Attacks Trump and the Deplorables

Never Trumper-Globalist Bush
Spews His Hate For The Party Base
We are all bigots and rubes in the eyes of the Elites

For eight years the Village Idiot George Bush didn't say jack shit as Comrade Obama marched us down the road to Marxism.

The Deplorables were fed up with the open borders bullshit and lies of the Republicrat Oligarchs and voted for Trump.

So only now does Chickenhawk Bush grow a set of balls and lash out at a Nationalist President who wants to protect our borders and bring jobs home to the Deplorables.

  • 'Our young people need positive role models,' he said. 'Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry, and compromises the moral education of children.'  'Bigotry seems emboldened' in today's America, Bush added. 'Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.'

  • 'It means that bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the american creed.'

  • 'We've seen nationalism distorted into nativism . . . '

  • "The Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other. This effort is broad, systemic, and stealthy. It's conducted a range of stealthy media platforms."

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Open Borders Under Bush
In 2006 GOP Congressional Candidate Raj Peter Bhakta decided to make an example of wide open borders under Bush by riding an elephant across the Rio Grande as a mariachi band provided music for the event.

Bullshit and lies run in the family

Transsexual Playmate at Playboy

Hugh Hefner is rolling over in his grave. 

Looks like they waited for him to die to do this.

Both the NFL and Playboy just can't wait to spit in the faces of their fans.

Abandoned by Trump, Kurds Turn to Putin

It is dangerous to be a US ally

  • With one hand Comrade Obama armed ISIS and other Islamist groups and with the other hand starved the pro-American Kurds of weapons.
  • Trump gave the Kurds a few more weapons. But now with ISIS collapsing we see Trump leaving the Kurds to twist slowly in the wind. . . . and in comes Russia to fill the void.

The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Iraq announced it had signed a deal with the Russian state-owned oil corporation Rosneft that would allow the company to begin developing oil blocks worth a potential $400 million to the Kurds.

The announcement follows a turbulent week for the KRG, as the Iran-backed government in Baghdad launched an invasion into its territory and wrested Kirkuk, an oil-rich province, out of the Kurds’ hands. Iraqi officials claim the invasion was necessary following the KRG’s decision to hold a non-binding referendum asking its citizens whether they would support a path to independence from Iraq.

While many experts cite the Kurdish Peshmerga as the most effective ally of the United States against the Islamic State on the ground in Iraq, the Trump administration has refused to support the Kurds against the Iran-backed Shiite militias that have stormed Kirkuk, with President Donald Trump himself stating, “We’re not taking sides,” reports Breitbart.

Bloomberg reports that the Rosneft deal will allow the Russian oil company to develop five oil blocks in Kurdistan. The contract would give “Rosneft 80 percent of the projects, the company said in a statement on Wednesday. Rosneft may pay a fee of as much as $400 million, half of which could be repaid in oil pumped from the deposits.”

“The new agreements will allow us to talk about full-fledged entry of the company in one of the most promising regions,” Bloomberg quotes a statement from Rosneft as stating. The oil company statement estimated that the blocks in question would be complete by 2021, suggesting that the company expects to remain a long-term presence in the region despite the current stability, and expects the KRG to remain in control of the locations of those blocks throughout the process and not lose them to the Iraqi government.

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Peshmerga Fighters Reclaim Ground from ISIS

2014 report. The Kurds stood up to ISIS while the Iraq army ran for the hills.

Being a US ally Counts for Shit
Kurdish Peshmerga fighters guarding Mosul Dam in Iraq.

The ISIS Collapse
Comrade Obama, Saudi Arabia and Turkey got the ball rolling by sending mountains of arms to Islamists in Syria.  Russia and Iran only came in later to counter US armed Islamists.
Now with ISIS and US armed Islamist groups in collapse Russia and Iran are firmly in control.

Read our 2015 Story:
kkRussia and Egypt's 'new partnership'

Thursday, October 19, 2017

YouTube Admits Censoring Independent News Channels

Must See Video

YouTube admits manipulating the algorithm to censor independent news channels and favoring mainstream networks' channels.

Jennifer Aniston donates $1 million, NFL players take a knee

Fuck The NFL, Part III

Last week actress Jennifer Aniston donated $1 million to charity amid the recent trio of deadly hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, with $500,000 earmarked for the American Red Cross, People reported.

Meanwhile the brain dead millionaire assholes in the NFL spit in the faces of fans and patriots all over America and do meaningless "virtue signaling" protests that help no one in need.

Fuck the NFL.

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Butt Plugs Now Connected to the Internet

A World Gone Mad
We are just a bunch of brain dead monkeys
flinging crap at each other.

(Newsweek)  -  Researchers have discovered a serious security flaw with a Bluetooth-enabled butt plug that allows hackers to remotely take control of the vibrating sex toy.
Italian security researcher Giovanni Mellini published his findings in a blogpost on Tuesday, October 18, describing how he was able to send a vibrate command to a Hush butt plug from his laptop.
The Hush device, manufactured by Lovense, is designed to be a “long-distance love toy” and is described by the sex toy startup as “the world’s first teledildonic butt plug” that can be "controlled from anywhere."
Mellini said the idea to hack a butt plug started as a joke between a friend but decided to follow through after wanting to explore the security of the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) protocol.
“This caught my attention after researchers told us that a lot of sex toys use this protocol to allow remote control that is insecure by design,” Mellini explained in his blog.
The BLE protocol vulnerability was first discovered by another security researcher called Simone Margaritelli, who wrote a scanner that Mellini used in the butt plug hack. Margaritelli described BLE in a separate blogpost as “a cheap and very insecure version of Bluetooth, in which you have…. no built-in protocol security.”
The device is one of dozens of sex toys that manufacturers have launched in recent years that can connect to smartphones and computers via WiFi and Bluetooth in order to allow users to control them remotely and download software updates.
However, security experts warn that these companies too often treat cybersecurity as an afterthought.
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