Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Trump to Nix "Birthright Citizenship"

 Another common-sense plank in the platform.

Former President Donald Trump, the GOP frontrunner for president in 2024, rolled out a new policy pledge on Tuesday in which he promised if elected he would sign an executive order on day one of his second term in office effectively ending birthright citizenship for illegal aliens and so-called “birth tourism.”

The policy proposal, contained in one of his Agenda 47 videos his campaign released, was obtained exclusively by Breitbart News ahead of its public release.

“As part of my plan to secure the border, on day one of my new term in office I will sign an executive order making clear to federal agencies that under the correct interpretation of the law going forward the future children of illegal aliens will not receive automatic U.S. citizenship,” Trump says...

About damn time.

Tuesday, May 30, 2023

"Abduction" Or "Child Sex-Trafficking"?

Not a lot of information here, but...

A man driving a U-Haul was possibly seen abducting a 10-year-old boy on Saturday morning, according to the Milwaukee Police Department....

....Police describe the suspect as a Hispanic man in his 30s, and about 5 feet, 2 inches tall or shorter. He was seen wearing a beige baseball hat, beige shirt, and beige shorts. The boy is described by police as African American.

Police said, "At this time, there is no missing report as the child is unknown," adding it is possible the child wasn't abducted.  ...

No "missing" report.  10-year-old boy.  More info at this report; not enough to draw a firm conclusion, but child sex-trafficking is a known result of Biden's open border policy.

Bear in mind that this report could also be a figment of someone's imagination.

Target/Schools Commonality? GLSEN

We knew about GLSEN, so this connection is not a shock.

Target’s shareholders lost $9 billion in stock market value because the C-suite mixed its professional duties with its personal agendas, including advocacy for transgenderism.

The poster boy for this high-risk policy is Target’s vice president for brand marketing, Carlos Saavedra. He moonlights as a board member of an advocacy group for K-12 transgenderism and gay status. The group, titled GLSEN, is an acronym chosen by the teachers who formed the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network in 1990.

Target’s website says Saavedra “leads Target brand stewardship & campaign development for initiatives including Holiday, Back-to-School/College, Target Run, Discovery, Inclusive Marketing, and Digital & Social Engagement.”...

GLSEN is the reason that public schools (and many private schools) are pushing the tranny/homosex line.  They're a complement to Planned Parenthood which pushes free (straight) sex through the "sex ed" (promiscuity ed) courses.

If it's not in your school, it IS in your school's library.  They did their homework.  Did you do yours?

Monday, May 29, 2023

Why ChatGPT Is Actually a Democrat

It's now very clear that ChatGPT is actually a Democrat.

...Artificial intelligence (or, at least, the Chat GPT program) makes stuff up, out of what seems to be a spirit of fun, or perhaps a desire to please....

"Spirit of fun"?  That's an extremely kind way to say that it's lying.

Just like a Democrat.

Memorial Day

As is our custom, a poem from Wilfred Owen.  

This poem was incorporated into the matchless epic "War Requiem" of Benjamin Britten.  You will find it in the "Lacrymosa" (crying) section of the Dies Irae.


Move him into the sun—
Gently its touch awoke him once,
At home, whispering of fields half-sown.
Always it woke him, even in France,
Until this morning and this snow.
If anything might rouse him now
The kind old sun will know.

Think how it wakes the seeds—
Woke once the clays of a cold star.
Are limbs, so dear-achieved, are sides
Full-nerved, still warm, too hard to stir?
Was it for this the clay grew tall?
—O what made fatuous sunbeams toil
To break earth's sleep at all?

Remember 'Cash for Clunkers'? It's Back.

Arguably the most pornographic waste of assets ever conceived, "Cash for Clunkers"--an Obama program--bought old cars for cash to ensure that a newer, more fuel-efficient, car would be purchased.

The porn?  The program required that the old car's engine be utterly destroyed so that it could never again be used.  It was the total rejection of Ben Franklin's "Waste not, want not" maxim.  For Government, it is now "Waste Is GOOD!"

Well, that program is back, now applied to school buses, of all things.

...In October, the Biden Administration awarded $395,000 to Wrangell for the purchase of the electric bus, intended to expedite the transition to zero-emission vehicles and foster “cleaner air in schools and neighboring communities.”...

Read the story at the link; this particular award is ludicrous on its face, but a RINO-ette was very pleased.  That was the real intent.

Anyhow: unexpected hurdle arose: The EPA grant stipulates that the bus company must dispose of one of its diesel-fueled buses. Not a mere sale or decommissioning of the bus, but complete destruction was required....

Complete destruction.  Not 'send it to another district,' not 'sell it to a private party,' not 'give it to the homeless.'

Complete, total, utter destruction.

It's wrong on so many levels that it is sickening.  This is porn.  But it is a window into the mindset of D.C.:  Waste is Good when one can spend unlimited money on any damn thing you want.

And that is why a "debt compromise" is merely polishing the brass on a sinking ship.


We wondered when Kohl's would join the Flounce-and-Bounce parade.  Now we know.

Kohl's has become the latest retailer to receive backlash for catering to the 'woke crowd' after shoppers slammed their LGBTQ+ apparel for infants.

The onesies with the LGBTQ+ pride flag on them, specifically tailored to June, which is known internationally as Pride Month, have even sparked calls for a store boycott.

One Twitter account put it succinctly: 'Looks like another company needing Bud-lighting!'...

Kohl's--like Bud Light--was sliding down the porcelain tubes long before this; their Woke ex-President is now demolishing Levi's, which may take a bit longer than her jobbing of Kohl's.

Too bad.  

Debt 'Deal' Preserves Swamp's IRS Enforcers

McCarthy granted the wild-spending Biden regime another $4 TRILLION in debt.

And he gave the D.C. Tyranny--the Deep State--another 85,000 cops whose guns are pointed at you.

...McCarthy’s one dealbreaker should have been his promise to defund President Biden’s massive $80 billion to turbocharge an already weaponized IRS.

This was the totemic centerpiece of his pitch to become speaker. ...


...In the debt-ceiling deal outlined Sunday and due to be inked later this week, McCarthy has allowed the lion’s share of that extra IRS funding to remain unmolested: preserving $78.1 billion of the $80 billion

As rebel GOP Rep Dan Bishop put it: “So there will be 85,260 more IRS agents rather than 87,000 to eat you alive. Big win.” ...

The IRS, along with the ultra-corrupt FBI and NSA, are in business to preserve and protect Washington, D.C ALL of the House and Senate, and ALL of any Administration--whether Republican or Democrat--are guarded by those agencies and a few other, smaller players which, taken together, are today's Praetorian Guard.

McCarthy will not give that away.  After all, he's part of The Swamp.

You?  You will comply.  And you will like it.

There's plenty more wrong with McCarthy's deal, by the way.  You can read another critique here.

Sunday, May 28, 2023

IPCC Lies About "Climate". Again.

You may have noticed that there is a new template for "news" stories.  The old "....unproven election-fraud claims" template is gone for the time being.  The new hotness?  "......due to climate change....."

A couple of weeks ago, Little Local Pravda ran a story about the increase in insurance-cost for American Family Field.  Why the increase?  Because of the FLOODING risk posed by the nearby Menomonee River.  "Flooding?", you say.  "Huh?"

Well, flyover-rube, the chief poohbah of some insurance company said that insurers have been paying lots of flooding claims lately, all due to global warming.

 ...along with increased flood risks affecting other properties throughout the United States, are tied to climate change, said Don Griffin, vice president, policy, research and international, at the American Property Casualty Insurers Association, an industry trade group....

Where did this bullshit come from?

The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)!

But the IPCC's claims of increased payouts due to climate change is a lie.

...For example, the IPCC ignored 52 highly relevant peer-review articles showing that “normalised disaster losses” saw no increase attributable to climate change yet highlighted one, out of 53 papers, that claimed there is an increase in losses. That one paper is – not surprisingly – flawed, but apparently its conclusions were so appealing to the IPCC that they fell for it. The strategy of the IPCC seems to be to hide any good news about climate change. ...

You've heard that 'sea levels are rising at a record pace,' right?  Obviously, CLIMATE CHANGE!!!!  Ooogledy-Booogledy!!

...The IPCC claims there is an acceleration in the rate of sea level rise in recent decades. We show this claim is flawed because the IPCC ignores decadal natural variability in the sea level rate. We also show that the IPCC sea level tool – made available for the first time – shows a mysterious and unlikely jump upward in 2020....

Why not run with this stuff?  The MSM will write whatever they're told to write!  They won't check, and your basic reporters and editors can't understand the math anyway.  So what the Hell!! Run with it!

...On top of that, the IPCC is ‘addicted’ to its highest greenhouse gas emission scenario, the so-called RCP8.5 or now SSP5-8.5 scenario. In recent years, several papers have demonstrated that this scenario is simply not plausible and should not be used for policy purposes. Deep inside the WG1 report the IPCC acknowledges that this scenario has a ‘low likelihood’, but this very important remark was not highlighted in the Summary for Policy Makers, so the media and policy makers are unaware of this. This implausible scenario is commonly used in the report....

There are other examples of shading the truth, hiding the truth, or just old-fashioned making s**t up mentioned in the linked essay.

Our problem is--frankly--not IPCC.  Nobody believes their crapola--except a band of fanatics in the Biden RegimeThey are the problem:  the ones who will make gas stoves illegal and who are determined to eliminate fertilizers (and cattle) from farms, not to mention eliminating reliable electric generators and then forcing you to drive electric cars.

Think about that.

Vote carefully next time. 

Why Billions "For Ukraine"??

Answer:  it is NOT "for Ukraine."

 ...Charlie Kirk: ... How much of this conflict is actually an ideological proxy war of Wokism v. whatever they think Russia is?

Macgregor: It's very much that way on one level, and then on the second level, of course,
you have Blackrock and all the other major financial institutions in the West who are trying to get control over the resources in Ukraine. And would like to see Russia destroyed so they could steal ...

Kirk: So an actual raw materials colonization project.

Macgregor: Yeah
. [14:15] ... The annoying part for them is that all of the critical resources [in Ukraine] are now under Russian occupation. [14:38]...[quoted at Wauck's place]
NOW all this makes more sense.  The NeoCons (Democrats) have the ideology, which is so obnoxious that most of America can't stand it any more, and they know it.  But the Republicans?  They're purchased by BlackRock (et. al.).  They don't have an ideology at stake, except the ideology of Mo'Money.

No wonder Mitt Romney is so all-fired up about a war.

N.B.:  The coup in Peru fits perfectly with this; it's the lithium (money!!), not the people of Peru, that counts.

On Paxton, and the Next Election

Ken Paxton may or may not be a crook.  But he is a heavy-duty "clean elections" guy, so someone had to take him out before Trump and Cruz come up in the '24.

Here's the prediction from a practiced elections analyst:

...The Texas voter rolls are abhorrent — and when you get into the large metro areas, superlatives fail. 

In 2024, election fraud in Texas, like all states, is going into overdrive. 

Ballot-harvesting will be preceded by NGOs filling the voter rolls with mountains of people living in homeless shelters that can house a few.  This will start in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, and Austin about four months before Election Day.

College dorms and high-rise apartment buildings will have mail-in ballots littering the floors — picked up by organized, funded leftist organizations.

Thousands of transient voters will be mailed ballots — and of course many will be long gone — and those ballots will vote against Cruz.

The election commissions in the large cities will open their daily ballot count to their leftist masters to make sure they meet the fake ballot quota needed every day to take out Ted.

Some election commissions will change ballots after they are cast — as our team and others proved happened in Texas in 2020.  Twenty twenty-four is the Super Bowl for election fraud — to stop Trump — and Cruz is likely a co-victim.

Because 2024 is the must-win, at all costs, leftist battle against Trump, there will be no limit to what leftists will do. ...

So they impeached Paxton.

By the way, about that 'unethical settlement':

...Then there was some kind of lawsuit followed by a $3-million settlement.  Paxton apparently did everything above board — as far as the payment goes, even getting the Legislature to fund it. ...

The same Legislature which voted to impeach him for the payment.

It's a Bush-Boys Legislature, just in case you couldn't figure it out.

US Bioweapon Labs in Ukraine: Ultra-Dangerous

Mitt Romney ($$R/Utah) probably has a stake in a bioweapon manufacturer based on his totally false statements.  There's no doubt that the CIA and Pentagon have interests in bioweapon development, too.  So they all lied about whether they exist, but eventually the truth came out.

...Russia is accusing the US of experimenting with Avian flu pathogens at a US biolab in Ukraine with a lethality rate up to 40% in humans....

The US has about 40 biolabs in Ukraine.  

The Russkies could be right, of course.  Fauci admitted it when he claimed that UNC-Charlotte and later, the ChiCom Wuhan operation, was developing a 'gain-of-function' SARS virus so that the US could develop a counter-measure.  

At any rate, it's not good to have bioweapon labs in a war zone.  Things get broken in war zones.

Kerry: Less Food For YOU!

Living on Heinz Ketchup's money which now includes Oscar Mayer, John Kerry, who speaks French and is a notorious switch-hitter on Congressional voting, has decided that you eat too damn much.

 ...Biden’s climate czar, John Kerry, Old Horseface, wants severe restrictions on growing food and producing meat.

“We can’t get to net zero; we don’t get this job done unless agriculture is front and center as part of the solution,” Kerry, Biden’s climate czar, said at the AIM for Climate summit in Washington.

“Food systems themselves contribute a significant amount of emissions just in the way in which we do the things we’ve been doing,” Kerry asserted.

“With a growing population on the planet – we just crossed the threshold of eight billion fellow citizens around the world – emissions from the food system alone are projected to cause another half a degree of warming by mid-century.”...

So most of those 8 billion humans will simply have to eat less while Kerry flies around on his private jet, lecturing them on how to save the world.

Maybe 'eat less' is a good thing, but lying about DOOM DOOM DOOM due to imaginary 'warming' is really hard to take.

The Debt Deal

 Just the News:

...McCarthy described the deal as an "agreement in principle," and it rolls back domestic spending to fiscal year 2022 levels while limiting "top line federal spending to 1% growth for the next 6 years."

The debt limit would be raised by about $1.5 trillion until after the next presidential election as part of the agreement.

The outline of the deal includes clawing back tens of billions of dollars in unspent COVID-19 stimulus funds and streamlining the regulatory permitting process for energy projects with the first major reform to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) since 1982, according to the House GOP document....

It also will establish work requirements for welfare.

Lots more to follow.

Manfred Throws a Spin-Ball

As we mentioned yesterday, MLB commissioner Manfred is 'threatening' Milwaukee with the possibility that the Brewers will leave town if they don't get what they want in stadium improvements.  (This is also called a temper tantrum.)

..Oakland's local government officials "made some unfortunate decisions not to maintain the ballpark in the way that it needed to be maintained," Manfred told reporters. That led to a decline in quality at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, he said, which meant lower attendance and less money for the Athletics to field good players....

What a line of crappy-crap-crap.

The Oakland Athletics lost every Divisional contest they were in since 2010.

Was that the fault of the stadium?  Was that due to not having oooh-lah-lah restaurants?  Or having a not-humungous scoreboard?

Maybe a losing team doesn't draw well.

Structure problems?  Yes.  Fix them.  As to the rest?  Here's a question:  do the fans show up to watch WINNING baseball?  Or do they show up for linen napkins and bidets?


CIA Sends US Troops to Peru

Looks like the CIA ran another coup, this one in Peru, and since the population of the country is very unhappy about it, there will be 700 Special Forces troops in Peru to guard--among other things--lithium mines.

...Despite the relative lack of media coverage in both Peru and the United States, it has been confirmed that US military personnel will shortly be arriving in Peru. The Plenary Session of Peru’s Congress on May 18 authorized the entry of US troops onto Peruvian territory with the expressed intention of engaging in cooperation activities with Peru’s armed forces and national police. Resolution 4766, which was passed with 70 votes for, 33 votes against, and four abstentions, allows the troops to remain in the country any time between June 1 and December 31, 2023....

... The cooperation and training activities will span across various territories including Lima, Callao, Loreto, and numerous others. Notably, three regions in the south of Peru—Cusco, Ayacucho, and Apurímac—along with Arequipa and Puno, were the focal points of major political protests, strikes, and road blocks from December to February, following the removal, imprisonment, and replacement of Peru’s elected President Pedro Castillo by his Vice-President Dina Boluarte....

"Cooperation and training" efforts, you see.

The "Shining Path" (Chinese Communist) revolutionaries are no longer a force in Peru.  They were taken out by President Fujimori, who was elected, but became something of a dictator to eradicate that bunch.  He also revived the economy of the country, partially by privatizing mining.

But the government of that country is unstable, largely due to something very familiar to Americans in 'flyover country':  nobody in the capital city (Lima) gives a flying fart about the ordinary farmer or working-class people.  Oppose Government policies and speak up?  You are called a "terrorist."  Gee--that sounds familiar, too

...The question of where Peru can possibly go from here doesn’t have a satisfying answer, experts told Vox, because there’s no real desire or mechanism on the part of the state to engage with the protesters other than through violence. And the protesters, despite their material and political demands, don’t have an overarching organization, an umbrella under which they can unite and pursue a dialogue with the government....

So to keep lithium flowing into the US, the CIA requested and got US troops.

But the larger problem, also vaguely familiar in the US--remains:

...“The core of this conflict is that democracy does not only need economic growth,” Toledo Orozco said. “It needs to come with parties that address the needs, the demands of the masses. Democracies that do not address issues of representation, do not include the needs of the poorest, end up paying the price.”...

We might add that 'governments which ignore Judaeo-Christian cultural norms' AND which operate largely on behalf of the interests of the residents of the national capital area are also at risk.

There.  That should earn a visit from the FEEBS.


Saturday, May 27, 2023

Target's Sneaky DEI/HR VP

Gotta hand it to Target.  

Rather than announce big layoffs due to store closings, they're forcing people to take DEI training.

Because if you don't take the training, you will lose your job.

OK, then.  They'll be fired (or quit) because 'they are RAAAAAAAAAACISSSSSSSS!!', according to Target's separation papers, not because Target is closing stores, and certainly not because the Target boycott cost them a ton of money and market-cap.


Feds Run Out of Money? Hell, No!!

Go to minute 30 on the video at this link.

Russ Vought is a budget wonk who worked for Trump.  He knows exactly how Biden and his lap-dummy Yellen are lying to you (and how the MSM simply conveys their lies, no questions asked.)

There's plenty of Government cash to cover ALL the Federal debt coming up for renewal and interest-payment.  However, there may not be enough cash to cover paying (say) the UW-Madison $250 million for a grant to study the mating habits of Chilean fleas during winter, or the U of Michigan $500 million to study better ways to groom little girls into thinking they are boys.

IOW, there's no danger of "default."  The only 'danger' is that some bills won't be paid on time.

So what?

Where's Tiffany? Fitzgerald? Grothman? Steil? Van Orden? Gallagher?

 You know as well as we do 'where they are.'   Not one pair of balls between ALL of them.

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