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Ides of October Open Thread

Today is the Ides of October. So many negative things are happening in our world. Let’s take a moment to savor the beauty of October. Peak autumn color arrives soon in most of the United States (if it’s not there already in your neck of the woods). October is the time to enjoy pumpkin spice lattes, apple cider and crisp, bracing weather. Before you can say “Boo!”, it will be Halloween, and then Thanksgiving and the Christmas holiday season.

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“Minute” Changes to Facts about Las Vegas Shooting

Above is video of the press conference given yesterday, October 9, 2017, by Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas police department. This press conference was a stunner, in that many of the facts previously given to the public have been changed (“clarified” or “updated”) over the 8+ days since the terror attack.

The most stunning change was in the timeline. The unarmed casino security guard, contrary to prior information provided by authorities, was shot before any concert goer was shot.

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Columbus Day Weekend

On Monday the United States celebrates Columbus Day, a national holiday. On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus landed in the New World.

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Mainstream Media Malpractice

One has to wonder whether there’s such a thing as journalism anymore. You know, the kind where the “who, what, when, where, and why” was objectively stated and where every fact was triple checked before reporting it as fact.

The terrorist attack in Las Vegas is a case in point. The discrepancies that have been reported by the mainstream media are many and puzzling.

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Terror in Nevada

Last night an outdoor country music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada, was interrupted by bursts of automatic gunfire from the 32nd floor of a nearby hotel. More than 50 people were killed and more than 400 injured (as of recent reporting), whether by gunfire or by being trampled as 22,000 concert goers ran for their lives.

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Phony NFL Virtue-Signaling “Unity”

A message to the NFL:

Video by Dean Brown at YouTube.  Thank you, Dean. This song by Merle Haggard couldn’t be more appropriate background music for fan reaction to this week’s NFL National Anthem fiasco.

Now comes news that the Green Bay Packers had a new plan for their game last night. They expected fans to stand with arms linked with neighboring fans during the National Anthem, as the players themselves planned to do (instead of kneeling in disrespect for flag and country).

Maybe I’ve had too much caffeine on National Coffee Day, but I’m sorry. We already have, and have had for decades, a tradition about how one is supposed to behave during the playing of the anthem.

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Why Trump Continues to Win

Everybody seems to have used the above image by now, but it bears repeating because it’s so darned true.

What is it about the alt-left, progressive brain that makes it impossible for its possessor to learn from experience?

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