Category Archives: Globalism

Some Real News to Counter Fake News

A few real news stories to take your mind off the fake news. These stories are not fiction; no names have been changed to protect anyone, and no editing of unseemly words was done to protect your sensibilities. Sorry.

First up, analysis of an eye-opening (and orifice opening) event at a vegan restaurant in Memphis, TN.

Recently a diner at the restaurant wrote an online review that was, shall we say, less than appetizing. According to the diner

During my visit, a bare butt naked baby was running around, stood up on a table with its black, they’re-so-dirty feet, and bent over to show me its butthole. I wish I was exaggerating. This is like, while I’m eating, and it’s the owner’s kids.

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Presidential, and Former Presidential, Behavior

What is appropriate behavior for a president? That topic is much in the news lately. Consider these excerpts from a most-excellent article by Victor Davis Hanson, on the topic of President Trump’s tweets: [emphasis added to quotes]

Start with the given that there are now regrettably few accepted norms of presidential behavior. Trump’s occasional uncouthness is a symptom, not a catalyst, of the times. Bill Clinton redefined presidential behavior when he had sexual relations with a 22-year-old, unpaid intern (so much for power imbalances as sexual harassment) in the presidential bathroom off the Oval Office, lied about his recklessness to his family and the country, smeared Monica Lewinsky, and then wheeled out to the Rose Garden feminist cabinet officers like Madeline Albright and Donna Shalala to deny and defend his unsavory predatory behavior. After that sordid episode, the apologetic Left lost all credibility as an arbiter of presidential norms. …

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President-elect Trump on Russian Influence on the 2016 Election

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The Choice on November 8

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Okay. Time to roll the dice, people. Let’s make it as simple as possible for those as yet undecided, or for those already decided upon Hillary Clinton who may yet be open to persuasion.

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Some Questions for Chris Wallace to Ask Hillary Clinton at the Debate

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At Wednesday’s debate, I’d like Chris Wallace, the chosen moderator, to ask Hillary Clinton at least some of these questions:

Will you swear that if you become president of the United States, John Podesta will have no role whatsoever in your administration, nor will you communicate with him either directly or indirectly?
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Short and Not Sweet

riotandarson-copy-1Short and not so sweet. So simple even a simpleton can understand:

A vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for more of the above.

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Media Bias, Global Elites, and the Rise of Donald Trump

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So this morning I read the earth-shaking “news” that Donald Trump “now” says he was being “sarcastic” when he said that Obama founded ISIS. (Something he’s said many times before, going as far back as January 2016, but suddenly, when Hillary Clinton needs a distraction, Trump’s statement is a newly debuted “attack-line.”)

In an obviously coordinated, Journolist-type meme that’s everywhere, literally (in the true sense of the word) everywhere, the media claim that Trump is reversing himself, blaming others (the media) and walking back the misstep he made when he said falsely that Obama founded ISIS.

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