by Duke Pesta and Stefan Molyenux
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by Duke Pesta and Stefan Molyenux
excerpt below posted by Carl Campanile at NY Post
“We spend money we don’t have and blithely mortgage the future with a wink and a nod. Screw the next generation. It’s about getting credit now, lookin’ good for the upcoming election,” he says.
He said he and his colleagues often lie to try to be all things to all people instead of tackling the nation’s problems.
“I contradict myself all the time, but few people notice,” X says. “One minute I rail against excessive spending and ballooning debt. The next minute I’m demanding more spending on education, health care, unemployment benefits, conservation projects, yadda, yadda, yadda.”
Voters are described as gullible, know-nothing jerks, while the only people who count are the big donors who pour billions of dollars into lobbying.
I’ve often struggle to explain how BIG GVMNT’s interference with the Free Market collapsed the housing market to many of my GVMNT TRUSTING friends. When I discovered the following interview and saw it explained IN DETAIL and in 4 MINUTES I knew I had to share it! Take a listen, then another and another if needed, AND SHARE SHARE SHARE….
Article excerpt below by NY POST editorial board
Seattle passed its $15 law in June 2014… Increases to $12, $12.50 and $13 an hour began taking effect for most employers this Jan. 1. The jumps will continue until the minimum hits the full $15 an hour in 2017 for some before it’s universal in 2019.
Yet even the early impact is harsh…
Before the minimum-wage hikes begin, Seattle employment tracked the rest of the nation — slowly rising from the 2008-09 bottom. But it started to plunge last spring, as the new law began to kick in. Furthermore, Seattle’s loss of 10,000 jobs in just the three months of September, October and November was a record for any three-month period dating back to 1990.
I will expand on this later, but for now check out the basic fact uncovered during Hillary’s Benghazi testimony which the mainstream media has swept under the rug after reporting it once or twice to claim she manhandled those engaged in a “witch hunt” against her. No wonder most liberals think NOTHING has been revealed by the Benghazi investigations.
excerpt below by Bre Paton | The Federalist
During Clinton’s tenure as secretary of State, a U.S. consulate in Benghazi was attacked on Sept. 11, 2012. In the aftermath of the attack, Clinton and other members of the Obama administration blamed the attack on an inflammatory video that had been circulating at the time.
At the casket ceremony for the Benghazi victims, Clinton repeated this line of rhetoric, saying:
This has been a difficult week for the State Department and for our country. We’ve seen the heavy assault on our post in Benghazi that took the lives of those brave men. We’ve seen rage and violence directed at American embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. It is hard for the American people to make sense of that because it is senseless, and it is totally unacceptable.
But in an email she sent to her daughter Chelsea (DISGUISED as Diane Reynolds) just hours after the attack, Hillary Clinton said the terrorist attack had been carried out by an “Al Queda-like group,” implying she knew it had been premeditated terrorism.
The following is a clip of news show host Don Lemon and Van Jones on CNN taking issue with people who think Martin Luther King, Jr. wanted a color blind society despite Martin Luther King, Jr.’s hope that people would someday be judged by “the content of their character” rather than “the color of their skin”. I find the following pretty unbelievable, these guys dont realize that MLK referred to “color blind” in relation to how we treat each other, personally, and under the law. Once again, thanks to the NoAgenda guys for this incredible audio.
What stands out to me the most after hearing the audio above is … “Dr King wanted people to recognize people for their qualities, for their fuller lips their bigger nose, their darker skins whatever it is that you bring into the society culturally but in spite of that or because of that to judge people on their content of character, who wants to live in a color blind society?” – CNN’s Don Lemon
Article by Jeffrey Sachs | Huffington Post
In the Milwaukee debate, Hillary Clinton took pride in her role in a recent UN Security Council resolution on a Syrian ceasefire:
But I would add this. You know, the Security Council finally got around to adopting a resolution. At the core of that resolution is an agreement I negotiated in June of 2012 in Geneva, which set forth a cease-fire and moving toward a political resolution, trying to bring the parties at stake in Syria together.
This is the kind of compulsive misrepresentation that makes Clinton unfit to be President. Clinton’s role in Syria has been to help instigate and prolong the Syrian bloodbath, not to bring it to a close.
Read the Rest @ Hillary Clinton and the Syrian Bloodbath
That’s the sentence hidden inside a mainstream media article published to, as usual, bash Republicans, its DEFINITELY NOT the headline…. Do we see any stories of Democrats critiquing the the Democrat party on the Yahoo homepage today? Perhaps on them KILLING the latest bill to Audit the Fed? Of course not….
Faint GOP interest in Flint’s pain is a mistake, party members say
by Jon Ward
“This is an amoral display of political apathy by Republican leaders. Their failure to run to the crisis, roll up their sleeves and pitch in tells the world that we are still the same old Republicans who only care about those who would vote for or contribute to them,” said Alex Castellanos, a political operative who is not working for any of the Republican presidential contenders.
Castellanos said he agreed with an op-ed in the New York Times Thursday written by former White House speechwriter Matt Latimer, who worked for President George W. Bush.
Latimer, a Flint native, wrote that the water crisis was “the Republicans’ chance to show their worth,” and to demonstrate that party leaders who have tried to refocus the GOP on poverty, like House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, mean what they say.
Why aren’t Republican presidential candidates, he asked, “shipping in water bottles and holding fund-raisers for kids now condemned to lowered expectations because their brains were poisoned by lead?”