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‘Who’s That Beautiful Face? How Old?’ – Biden Refuses to Answer Questions From Reporters But Creeps on Child During Visit to His Childhood Home
Black American Actor Calls For The End Of Racial Division In The US
Wisconsin Man in Hate Crime Killing Says He Intentionally Swerved Truck because He Believes Harley Drivers to be “White Racists” — Murdered former Cop
Racist? Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks - SNL
Alan “The-State-Can-Plunge-A-Needle-In-Your-Arm” Dershowitz Is In Epstein’s “Little Black Book”
Banned Video: Get Ready For The Great Reset
The Former Lady Antebellum Music Group Is Now Suing Black Soul Singer ‘Lady A’ Over Name Change
NEW HATE HOAX: Police Stop Investigation into Racist Notes Left on Car After ‘Victim’ Refuses to Cooperate
Vallejo PD says Sean Monterrosa was at half-kneel when he was fatally shot in back of head by officer
NBC News Throws Affirmative Action Into Overdrive
Remember this? Never back down to #BLMTerrorists Patriots never take a knee to. Bullies
Can Biden Even Say the Words “America First”?
‘Pull up your pants & finish school’: Would CNN’s Don Lemon cancel himself over shockingly unwoke 2013 tips to black community?
Another "Hate Crime" Hoax - Oregon politician wrote racist letter to himself, police say
Scrabble Players Association to ban 238 words that cause harm, even on a board
Pathetic: ABC Stokes Racial Tensions for Ratings
Occultism Is the Religion of Millennial Progressives
VIDEO: Ex-Wide Receiver Catches Child Thrown from Burning Building
CDC admits COVID-19 ‘positive result’ just means you’ve previously contracted the “common cold”
Churches Were Eager to Reopen. Now They Are a Major Source of Coronavirus Cases.
Students Say They Will Sacrifice Free Speech To Avoid Offending People
Facebook waives “hate speech” policy to allow pro-LGBT hate speech against white men
Black Lives Matter Philadelphia leader proposes five-year plan to abolish police
Mary Trump’s explosive tell-all about the president details her uncle’s comments about her breasts, his cheating on the SAT exam, and how his own sister called him a clown.
Cancel Culture Is Out of Control
The Madness of Political Correctness
White Kid’s “Privilege” Didn’t Save Him
US Officially Withdraws From World Health Organization
Angry Lesbians Release America-Hating Remake of Lee Greenwood’s Classic for 4th of July
Fairmont cop drove twice the speed limit in a fatal crash. He won't be charged.
Manhattan DA Charges White Woman For Calling 911 On Black Man Who Admitted He Threatening Her
153 "Left-Leaning" Economists Say US Should Continue To Hand Out Free Money Indefinitely
Ilhan Omar Calls For ‘Dismantling’ Of U.S. ‘Economy & Political Systems’
WHO Created Global Pandemic Panic Based on Fraudulent Data and Its Leader Tedros is Connected to Islamic Terrorism and Is a China Puppet
Coronavirus Death Rate Plunges As MSM Breathlessly Hypes ‘Surge’ In Confirmed Cases; McEnany Sets The Media Right
Nation That Kills 3,000 Babies A Day Feels Morally Superior To Slaveowners From 200 Years Ago
Picture of The Day: Left-Wing Fireworks
Trump rips Redskins, Indians for eyeing name changes to be 'politically correct'
This headline is real: It’s from a feminist, of course
BLM Teacher Says 2+2 Only = 4 Because of “Western Imperialism”
150 Top Intellectuals Sign Open Letter Decrying Cancel Culture
Gavin Newsom caught wiring half a billion dollars to communist China in massive face mask money laundering scheme
Victims speak out after July 4th assault
Ann Coulter Warns: ‘Get Ghislaine Maxwell On Tape’ Before She Dies Like Epstein
Walt Disney Signs Colin Kaepernick in First-Look Deal the Weekend After He Calls Independence Day a “Celebration of White Supremacy”
Democrat hypocrite of the Year: Newsom Triggered When Constituent Asks Why His Business, Plumpjack Winery, Received COVID Relief Loan
A group of armed black protesters march in Georgia, US
The end of the observance of the Last Supper
Another conservative celebrity - Susan St. James.
Racist? Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks - SNL
Post Date: 2020-07-09 16:35:51 by Deckard
Drugs and Ammo
Post Date: 2020-06-28 14:27:54 by Deckard
A look at war through the lens of the performance enhancers that help make it possible Media Contact & Reprint Requests (Joanna Andreasson) Killer High: A History of War in Six Drugs, by Peter Andreas, Oxford University Press, 338 pages, $29.95The military use of performance-enhancing drugs hasn't evolved much since Vikings rushed into battle high on hallucinogenic mushrooms. Throughout history, armies have fought under the influence of one psychoactive chemical or another, sometimes with their commanders' sanction and sometimes not: from the plant-based pharmacological highs of Zulu warriors to the vodka-numbed Cossacks in Crimea and from the coked-up British Tommies of World ...
Damnatio Memoriae, or How to Erase Someone from History
Post Date: 2020-06-26 06:46:16 by A K A Stone
Donald Trump On The Drew Carey Show (1997)
Post Date: 2020-06-24 15:10:44 by Deckard
Convair B-36 Peacemaker: Strategic Air Command (1955)
Post Date: 2020-06-15 08:02:36 by Deckard
Just watched this chestnut on Amazon Prime, a really good look at the early days of SAC. Robert "Dutch" Holland (James Stewart) is a successful third baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals batting .335 and making 70 k per year. June Allyson plays his wife, Sally. He was recalled into the newly-formed Strategic Air Command stationed at Carswell Air Force Base. Holland flies missions in the massive B-36 "Peacemaker" bomber. Wasn't familiar with this aircraft until I watched the film. Really cool plane - 10 engines - 4 jet and 6 prop. Apparently the jets were used mostly for take-off.The B-36 had a crew of 15, the pressurized flight deck and crew compartment were linked ...
Fifty Years Later, NSA Keeps Details of Israel’s USS Liberty Attack Secret
Post Date: 2020-06-09 04:35:49 by Deckard
ON JUNE 8, 1967, an Israeli torpedo tore through the side of the unarmed American naval vessel USS Liberty, approximately a dozen miles off the Sinai coast. The ship, whose crew was under command of the National Security Agency, was intercepting communications at the height of the Six-Day War when it came under direct Israeli aerial and naval assault. Reverberations from the torpedo blast sent crewman Ernie Gallo flying across the radio research room where he was stationed. Gallo, a communications technician aboard the Liberty, found himself and his fellow shipmates in the midst of an attack that would leave 34 Americans dead and 171 wounded. This week marks the 50th ...
A Monument to Authoritarianism (Lincoln Memorial)
Post Date: 2020-06-06 04:25:52 by Deckard
News coverage of the recent riots in Washington, D.C. revealed the utter inability of the police to protect shop owners, residents, and even the church across the street from the White House from vandalism, looting, and arson. National Guard and even active-duty military troops were brought in to protect the White House itself. The Secret Service is said to have brought the Trump family into the underground bunker beneath the executive mansion at one point. Some of the governments monuments to itself, which seem to be on every street corner and in every intersection in Washington, D.C., were vandalized and spray painted with graffiti. Yet it was still surprising to ...
The Carrie Nations: "Find It" (Obscure '60s Psych Rock from "Valley of The Dolls")
Post Date: 2020-06-05 07:05:59 by Deckard
Poster Comment:Jefferson Airplane meets Ann Wilson + The Bangles with some "I Had Too Much To Dream" fuzz guitar.
11 "Modern Antiques" Kids Today Have Never Seen
Post Date: 2020-06-04 04:56:21 by Deckard
Even though I'm fairly ancient, I've never seen a Model T outside of a classic auto show. So I realize that there are many things that have been obsolete since the elastic waistband was invented and would confound anyone under age 70. But what about some common items that have come and gone within the last 30 or so years? See how many of these you recognize, and how many of them would puzzle your kids or grandkids. 1. 45 RPM RECORD ADAPTER oldschoolgoodtimes, Flickr // CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Seven-inch singles produced in the US had a large half-dollar size hole in the center, unlike the tiny hole punched in LPs that fit conveniently onto a turntable spindle. This large hole tradition was ...
Israeli scientists dig up cannabis traces in ancient temple
Post Date: 2020-06-02 10:38:26 by Willie Green
Israeli archaeologists say theyve made a dope discovery, finding cannabis residue on artifacts from an ancient temple in southern IsraelJERUSALEM -- Israeli archaeologists say theyve found cannabis residue on artifacts from an ancient temple in southern Israel providing the first evidence of the use of hallucinogenics in the ancient Jewish religion. In a research paper, the authors say the discovery from an 8th-century B.C. shrine at Tel Arad offers the first proof for the use of mind-altering substances as part of cultic rituals in Judah, including the first Jewish Temple that stood in Jerusalem at the same time. Archaeological excavations at Tel Arad, ...
The Incredible Story of the US Army's Earth-Shaking, Off-Road Land Trains
Post Date: 2020-05-31 12:45:26 by Willie Green
Oh, your pickup has a lift? That's cute. US ArmyYou need to get 500 tons of supplies from Fairbanks, Alaska to the Arctic Oceana journey of about 400 miles through pure wilderness. There are no roads, very few airstrips, and endless ice. You're going to have to withstand minus 68 degree temperatures. Also, nuclear armageddon is on the menu if you're not quick about it. You, my friend, need a LeTourneau land train. The DEW LineBy 1954, with the Cold War well underway, the U.S. government realized the quickest way to get a nuclear bomber from Russia to America was to go right over the Arctic Circle. If we wanted any chance of preventing a nuclear apocalypse, we ...
"Where Did My World Go?"
Post Date: 2020-05-29 00:04:39 by Deckard
Change Is Not Always Progress I remember when there was no tamper-proof and child-proof packaging. That was before multiculturalism and Identity Politics when we could still trust one another and parents accepted responsibility for their children without fobbing it off on a company with a liability claim. I remember also when there were no state income and sales taxes. States were able to meet their responsibilities without them. A postage stamp cost one cent. A middle class house was $11,000 and an upper middle class house went fot $20,000. One million dollars was a large fortune. There were no billionaires. The air museum on the naval base ...
What the Failed 55-MPH Speed Limit Law Tells Us About COVID Lockdowns
Post Date: 2020-05-28 01:40:21 by Deckard
During the oil crises of the 1970s, Congress attempted to lower gasoline consumption by mandating a lowered speed limit for vehicles on all highways. But the efforts quickly evolved into a national campaign to increase traffic safety through lowered speed limits. Government data showed that thousands of lives could be saved per year by enforcing lower speed limits. Millions of American motorists, however, were unimpressed. Widespread noncompliance resulted as many Americans concluded it was better to accept higher risk of death on highwaysfor themselves and for those around themthan to travel at reduced speeds. Government propaganda efforts such as the "55 ...
Leonardo DiCaprio’s Big Middle Finger to the Confederacy
Post Date: 2020-05-25 15:47:54 by Willie Green
Grant, a History Channel miniseries airing over three nights beginning on Memorial Day (May 25), is an overtand timelyreclamation project. His reputation having faded over the past century because, as many here assert, the Souths Lost Cause rewriting of Civil War history invariably downplayed his accomplishments, Ulysses S. Grant is restored by this informative and entertaining TV documentary to the prototypical modern American hero. Based on Ron Chernows critically acclaimed 2017 biography of the same name, its a stirring tribute to an individual who embodied Americas finest ideals: hard work, determination, courage, resolve, and belief in ...
The Origins of Militarized Police: From Peace Officer to Command and Control
Post Date: 2020-05-11 21:38:56 by Deckard
By Michael Boldin To say that the militarization of the police is nothing new is to ignore Americas recent history as well as the long-standing model of a peace officer. As the feds have pushed to militarize local police, the focus has shifted from one who keeps the peace to one who enforces the law and thats an important difference.
Elvis Was King, Ike Was President, and 116,000 Americans Died in a Pandemic
Post Date: 2020-05-06 16:35:11 by Deckard
The year was 1957. Elviss new movie Jailhouse Rock was packing the theaters. The last episode of I Love Lucy aired on television. The show West Side Story held tryouts in Washington, D.C., and opened on Broadway in September. Fords new car the Edsel rolled off the assembly line. The Cold War with Russia was on and In God We Trust appeared on U.S. currency. The first Toys R Us store opened. Also that year, the so-called Asian Flu killed 116,000 Americans. Here is the full summary from the Centers for Disease Control: In February 1957, a new influenza A (H2N2) virus emerged in East Asia, triggering a pandemic (Asian ...
52 Years Ago, a Pandemic Flu Killed 100,000 in the US and Nothing Shut Down—Not Even Woodstock
Post Date: 2020-05-04 17:01:56 by Deckard
Mainstream media across the planet continue to refer to the COVID-19 outbreak as the worst pandemic since the Spanish flu of 1918. We are told that the economy shut down during the Spanish flu and people were ordered into quarantine, but it couldnt stop the death toll from reaching 650,000 Americans. Now, the government has made harsh and sweeping regulations, shut down entire sections of the US economy, largely based on a model from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), which says roughly 72,000 Americans will die from COVID-19. No one here is claiming that this virus is not serious and should not be taken serious. However, it is our duty as a free people to ...
White House Memo Confirms Suppressed True Story Behind Oklahoma City Bombing
Post Date: 2020-05-02 16:40:20 by Deckard
As we commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, the worst incident of domestic terrorism in our nations history, we now know for certain that our governments public account and explanation of circumstances surrounding that heinous crime was bogus. The truth lies in a suppressed version of events, one which was described by President Bill Clintons General Counsel Abner Mikva as not information that should be on paper. (Emphasis added.) This article will for the first time present key elements of that suppressed information, on paper for the public. For such an order to be issued by Mikva, the Oklahoma City bombing ...
Holocaust Facts: Where Does the Figure of 6 Million Victims Come From?
Post Date: 2020-05-01 16:42:48 by Gatlin
Holocaust Facts: Where Does the Figure of 6 Million Victims Come From? One of the most well-known, if not iconic, facts known about the Holocaust is the number of Jewish victims killed by Nazi Germany up through the end of World War II. Perhaps not surprisingly, it is also this number - six million - that Holocaust deniers aim at when trying to discredit the essential nature of the Holocaust. Where did the number six million come from? And considering the amount of original research that has been done in recent decades, is it still considered accurate by scholars of the subject? The number seems to have first been mentioned by Dr. Wilhelm Hoettl, an Austrian- born official in the ...
Friday On My Mind: Richard Thompson Acoustic
Post Date: 2020-04-24 20:26:09 by Deckard
WIPE OUT! Ventures's 30 Anniversary (co-featuring Max Weinberg on Drums)
Post Date: 2020-04-22 11:23:40 by Liberator
The Venture's 30th Anniversary featured guests appearances -- one of which was Springsteen's E St Band drummer, Max Weinberg, who share the kit on Wipe Out!
Poster Comment:Every kid who played drums or who *wanted* to play drums hammered away at this ditty and its solos on whatever surface they could find. Max is having a great time. And why not? Those guys were legends. Of special note: Max Weinberg did NOT do the drums on 'Born To Run', the first album on which he first joined Bruce Springsteen as drummer (replacing Vini (Mad Dog) Lopez).
Oklahoma City Bombing 25 Years Later
Post Date: 2020-04-20 13:32:38 by Deckard
On April 19, 1995 there was an explosion in front of the Alfred P Murrah building that killed 168 people including 19 children in the daycare center. The seismic record indicated two bombs and not one. It was said that there were 4 barrels of ammonium nitrate in a fertilizer bomb. That grew to 5,000 pounds and then to 7,000 pounds to explain the bomb damage. The original helicopter news coverage said the bomb results showed the building being blown from the inside. And there was bomb debris blown past the Ryder truck that Timothy McVeigh was said to have used to deliver the bomb. Later that day as federal officials took over, the local news said the videos showed the building being ...
Leaked Pentagon Video 2005 – Vaccine for religious fundamentalism
Post Date: 2020-04-18 14:21:06 by Deckard
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