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[townhall.
RobBlair comments on Dec 5, 2019:
What a really smart idiot.
Educational Progress
RobBlair comments on Dec 5, 2019:
We have 4 times the college graduate percentage since then (from about 10% to 40%). We clearly do not have 4 times the number of smart people. College does not make you smarter and is an expensive trap for those who don't navigate it properly.
Merry Christmas! Hundreds of Thousands Are Losing Access to Food Stamps
RobBlair comments on Dec 5, 2019:
I remember delivering turkey dinners to local destitute people for a Thanksgiving many years ago. We had one dinner left to deliver but were unable to find the address. I went into a local store and asked the cashier, who was working a late shift during the holiday season, how to get to the address. She was unable to help. I then asked if she knew someone who is poor and would appreciate the last turkey dinner. To this she gave us an address. We went to the apartment and rang the bell, but wound up leaving the dinner in front of the door because no one was home. It didn't dawn on me, until sometime later, that the address the cashier gave us might have been her own. If I were working a late shift during the holidays, barely getting by, and I saw my do-nothing neighbor receive a free turkey dinner, I'd be a bit disheartened. I actually hope we delivered that Turkey dinner to that hard working woman's address. "Those affected by the changes announced Wednesday are able-bodied adults under age 50 without children or other dependents, a group that represents about 7% of the 36 million people nationwide using the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly called SNAP. Children, the elderly and people with disabilities — who make up the vast majority of SNAP participants — are not affected." - https://www.dailypress.com/nation-world/ct-biz-snap-work-requirements-final-rule-20191205-epx2t3tlezgkxa3wzcpj5dqpem-story.html Seems pretty appropriate to me.
'On this day in 1969, the FBI assassinated Black Panther leader and freedom fighter Fred Hampton in ...
RobBlair comments on Dec 4, 2019:
The politicization of the FBI is never good.
NRO: Lisa Page says her texts were taken out if context.
RobBlair comments on Dec 4, 2019:
I think this guys puts her texts into context - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsWwNOGm9Bo
Judge William Orrick of San Francisco, punishes undercover journalists, for bringing Planned ...
RobBlair comments on Dec 4, 2019:
I think Orrick just prefers the taste of authenticate baby back ribs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aQhL2QG0jg
Uncle Joe, the Spider from Mars.
RobBlair comments on Dec 3, 2019:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0A-3yIUu-o
I wonder Why Churches Have Stoppe Singing, "Onward Christian Soldiers"?
RobBlair comments on Dec 3, 2019:
"...they are called by the Christian mission "the bloc of unconvertibles”." Don't tell that to our missionary family there.
Dear liver...
RobBlair comments on Dec 3, 2019:
Impose survival of the fittest
My morning smile; loved it! So much fits the times! [instagram.com]
RobBlair comments on Dec 3, 2019:
That kind of honesty will save you years of working for someone who doesn't appreciate your abilities.
TheBlaze: Climate activists want to 'rebrand' because 'Climate Change' doesn't sound threatening ...
RobBlair comments on Dec 3, 2019:
Climate Disaster!, Climate Armageddon!!, **Climate Apocalypse!!!** (or the average temperature will rise 2 degrees celsius over 100 years)
[tldm.org] Satanic practices and sin run amuck in Hollywood ... Why don't we hear about this?
RobBlair comments on Dec 3, 2019:
I guess I'd be a little surprised if drinking children's blood in Hollywood was endemic. However, it is clear to me that Hollywood has foundational problems. Roman Polanski, a convicted child rapist, was celebrate by many of the Hollywood elites and even given an Oscar(if you watch the Oscar awards one should note the brave people that refused to clap). Harvey Weinstein, a known sexual predator, had been raping women since the late 70s. His reputation was known. (Brad Pitt confronted him after he made advances on Paltrow). The whole Hollywood list of #metoo s. Prominent gay pedophiles grooming child actors https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2836062/Bombshell-documentary-Hollywood-pedophile-ring-preying-child-actors-s-linked-X-Men-director-Bryan-Singer-premiers-New-York.html etc... Of course one just has to look at the garbage being produced today to recognize a serious disconnect from what is produced vs what the market wants.
I would like to start a discussion on the current attempt of Governments across the globe, to ...
RobBlair comments on Dec 3, 2019:
Due to externalities (older unvaccinated children can get younger not yet vaccinated children sick) there is room to argue for a government mandate. It would be more just, in my mind, if the adults who chose to expose their children to the higher risk of disease were instead the ones who received the debilitating diseases. Of course, if I lived under socialized medicine, which requires my neighbors to cover my poor health decisions, there is little to no room to argue against mandated health requirements. As for the negative consequences for taking vaccines, they are well documented and researched. The vaccines I reviewed, the negatives are well offset from the benefits received. The testing samples are whole national populations.
Declaration of war, it is time to push back......Katie Hopkins speaks. [youtu.be]
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
Ridicule the narrative - then you could at least laugh ""Don't make a fuss -- surrender your tusk," said MPS Commissioner" https://babylonbee.com/news/narwhal-tusk-surrender-bins-installed-throughout-UK
HotAir: Prominent historians deride Project 1619 as biased and anti-historical [hotair.com]
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
My second question would be - why do you read the New York Times, a former newspaper?
FoxNews: another shootout between cartelistas and the Mexican Army [foxnews.com]
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
I'd be OK if it just reported 4 dead and 17 criminals executed.
The latest from Marvel
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
I now understand this. Do the British know that we don't have a copyright on our 2nd amendment? I like my comics with some sexy women in them too.
AmericanThinker: What I learned in the Peace Corps about sthole countries [americanthinker.com]
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
I am further convinced that donating time and money into a system like that is worse than doing nothing. One of the most important functions charities need to perform is assessing who receives the gifts and how.
James A.
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
That is such a horrible thing to say...
NBC: This is typical of what Trump's opposition writes about him.
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
Lets complete the sentence - MadLib style (as in crazy progressive) "Womens March" - to denigrate the traditional role of women. "March for Science" - , ignore economics and starve the poor. "Families Belong Together" - by illegally crossing into another country "March for our Lives" - so that more unarmed law abiding people can be killed by murderers Genesis 11:7 - "Come, let Us go down and confuse their language, so that they will not understand one another’s speech.”
And check if he's been vaccinated for distemper
RobBlair comments on Dec 2, 2019:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K2WBVc6qR0
Understated Heroism
RobBlair comments on Nov 29, 2019:
A true man.
‘Idea laundering’: How bizarre campus ideology finds its way into the real world | The College ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 26, 2019:
This is actually a pretty important concept for everyone to understand so I will summarize: Idea Laundering - A social hypothesis is formed and then promoted using a cadre of like minded intellectuals who, with the weight and power of their academic prestige, publish articles in social journals and then point to those peer reviewed articles to substantiate the never tested hypothesis. I'd think the correcting response is to peer review the published articles and tarnish any journal that doesn't hold itself to a high academic standard. As an example - Social Hypothesis - non-affirmative counseling of children with gender dysphoria, so called conversion therapy (Johnny you are not a girl) is harmful to them. Here is the published article which asked trans adults how much it hurts them to know that their dysphoria wasn't affirmed as a child. https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/article-abstract/2749479 Last week the American Medical Association noted their support for conversion therapy to be legally banned by medical practitioners. A reasonable response to this article is provided in the comments just under the article.
What's going on, American folks? Did you know anything about this? Sounds very serious.
RobBlair comments on Nov 26, 2019:
Not now, we're busy impeaching the president for double parking. We'll get to these side shows later...
Were The Nazis Socialists? - YouTube
RobBlair comments on Nov 26, 2019:
The beginning discussion regarding Hitler's evil usurpation of power and the lack of courage by those with moral authority is important for us to dwell on. Both the Nazis and the socialists use(d) scapegoats to establish their power structure. The Nazis used the Jews. And the socialists typically use the "rich" (9:00 in this video). I say typically, because we also see the use of companies, races (white) and gender (male). Rule 13 - "Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it." is used, not to promote an ideal, but to garner power. Both the Nazis and Socialist countries amount to absolute state authoritarianism. If Hitler, Stalin or Mao (or even Chavez/ Maduro) woke up and decided you were to be tortured and killed, that's what wound up happening. A definite contrast that I think helps keep socialists from gaining the infamy they deserve - While Nazis promoted the outright murder of their scapegoats, socialists steal from theirs. Even so, the theft of property and food amounted to the murder of millions in both Russia and China. I want to come back to 9:00 in this video because this statement is beyond ignorant and can only be achieved with a very provincial outlook. When people are rewarded in a capitalistic system it is because they have provided a good or service that others voluntarily pay for. Even China has, to some extent, forgone the socialist central planning model as a failure and replaced it with a quasi capitalistic system which has created many billionaires in China. Finally, Nationalism under a creedal system that states "all men are created equal and are endowed with unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" is a good thing that directly fights against racism and authoritarianism that has been a plague to human kind throughout history.
JonMyers: serving field-grade officer explains why disobeying the commander-in-chief is sedition...
RobBlair comments on Nov 26, 2019:
That Lt-Col mentioned a whole office that had a consensus at odds with the President. This kind of talk is getting a lot of us citizens interested in ripping out the military establishment in DC. Sedition indeed
TheWeek: McConnell can't be trusted with impeachment.
RobBlair comments on Nov 26, 2019:
Cocaine Mitch has already teased the idea that he will tie up the Democratic "contenders" during a lengthy post impeachment investigation. I look forward to hearing from Hunter and Joe Biden as factual witnesses. Tying the "whistleblower" to Schiff's mechanizations and lies should provide a day of entertainment. We'll see if he can be honest under oath. Could also use the time to dig into Ukrainian election interference and ties with the Democratic machine. All this attention can be refocused back at its source. I expect weeks of entertainment.
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RobBlair comments on Nov 26, 2019:
Having melted metal at the exit point of a running gun seems a bit dangerous.
When red flag law defenses illustrate the issues with them... [bearingarms.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 25, 2019:
Very insightful.
Complete List Of Clinton Associates Who Allegedly Died Mysteriously Or Committed Suicide Before ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 25, 2019:
The biggest problem with this list is that the weakest example can be cited and shown to be mostly preposterous. The tale that must be spun to resolve all of them would, even if true, have to be filed under fiction. Snopes has compiled a biography on each of these which is actually decent - https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/clinton-body-bags/
Joe Rogan on Immigration and Social Democracy
RobBlair comments on Nov 25, 2019:
He goes full circle. It's not the one family that crosses into the country illegally, it's the 100 other families where she came from that now think they should leave where they are situated and risk a long trip into a country where they have to assimilate. Its the children dying on the border, it's the criminal syndicate of coyotes that get paid to escort (and often abuse) these people illegally across the border. It's the burden of these thousands of new families that now have to assimilate, require medical treatment, schooling, and other resources that were pooled away by Americans for Americans. I say he goes full circle because he wants to reduce the losers mooching off of the system but his solution is education. It should be obvious that this education will not exist outside of those that have assimilated, which requires a control on immigration that he is against. Happy thoughts on a sinking ship will not fix the problem.
Columbia.
RobBlair comments on Nov 25, 2019:
Colombia
Half the people in America think you are wrong, and yet you don’t want to btalk about it ?
RobBlair comments on Nov 25, 2019:
As for politics, I think only 20% of the population are truly engaged. The other 80% read the billboards just before voting. So only 10% know enough and are inclined to hate my position. Do I have an open mind - not really. I hate being wrong though so I will change my position. I regurgitate Daily Wire. If I discover they are lying to me, they will get dropped. Unapologetic liars and the people that rely on them are a scourge to our social health. No, conservative propaganda tends to be crap. However, the conservative positions are actually wiser, more intelligent and better informed than the progressives.
TownHall: Arresting Roger Stone vs arresting Jeffrey Epstein [townhall.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 22, 2019:
This is infuriating
Prager Video. "Andy Ngo and Attacks by ANTIFA." [twitter.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rw0fFPoDG04
Netanyahu charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust, capping a dramatic political year - ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
I heard there were some legal attacks coming for Netanyahu but these are farts in the wind. Making deals with the press to get favorable reviews and articles is an everyday problem everywhere. Its usually called lobbying. They want us to believe that Netanyahu had no one else overseeing the deals with corporate entities? The guys been around for a long time. Didn't they find anything more substantial?
A bad news week for socialists in the US- [ammoland.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
Every week should be a bad news week for socialism everywhere.
Pope Proposes Making ‘Acts Against The Environment’ A Sin – Summit News
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
Now we need him to work on finding out what the other 4 were. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXeTsWGPT0w
No ratings... [facebook.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
They really need to ditch these bad actors
StrategyPage: Israel, Islamic Jihad & Iran [strategypage.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
Remind me. Why did Obama favor the jihadis over Bashar Al-assad?
Rise Up and Disavow the BULLSHIT: America Continues to Burn… [federalobserver.
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
As a follower of Ann Coulter, a lot of this rings well for me. However - "Some of these establishment turncoat Double-Speakers and outright liars, such as Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA‘s ... now denigrate the new generation of America First and obstruct their efforts to move the government to enforce current immigration law and seal our borders." “I think the biggest issue in America is immigration, and without this president, we would not even be talking about it,” said Kirk. “He’s stayed so disciplined on it. He did not waver, and he really stayed in a way that said, ‘Here’s the issue, and here’s a solution to it.'” - Charlie Kirk So your problem with Kirk is not on immigration - https://www.breitbart.com/radio/2019/02/28/charlie-kirk-immigration-biggest-issue-america/ To believe that demographics is destiny is, on its surface, empirical, but at its roots, racist. If Western Culture is the best culture, then it will survive and be past on to our heirs. It will also be distributed to our neighbors and other fellow citizens. However, if our culture continues to encourage families to fall apart and not produce children, people to ignore their spiritual lives, an inward reflection instead of outward proselytizing and fails to show courage against obvious deceits, then it is not the best culture. However, I know it to be the best culture. I just think our approach needs to be more pragmatic and we need to seize back the reins of communication. Conservatives are not racist but the far left is. When a black or Hispanic or woman runs for office, they are just another fellow conservative to us. But to the left, they are a lightening rod for all that they hate and should therefore receive more of our support. Further, little Nicky needs to be ditched. He is poison.
And she fits right in with central casting.
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
Brings to mind - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Pr36CANB04
Titania Mcgrath
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
"Name me one good thing that a straight white male has ever achieved for society." I would have said - "He fathered you, but I understand if you disagree." Thank you Andrew Doyle.
It's both fascinating and hilarious.
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
Show Must Go On - Queen (sung by Schiff) Empty spaces, what are we living for Abandoned places, I guess we know the score On and on, does anybody know what we are looking for Another hero, another mindless crime Behind the curtain, in the pantomime Hold the line, does anybody want to take it anymore The show must go on The show must go on, yeah Inside my heart is breaking My make-up may be flaking But my smile still stays on ... Ooh, I'll top the bill, I'll overkill I have to find the will to carry on On with the show On with the show The show, the show must go on
A little off topic, but I think important, Don't ask me why man made disasters fascinate me, ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 21, 2019:
Engineers learn from mistakes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NQ8LehUWSE
Trump (Yep, Trump) Tightens Canadian Border: The people fighting to fill Canada with illegal ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
Maybe we could create safe zones in those countries? Maybe encouraging people to leave their homes and families to travel hundreds of miles into countries that haven't agreed to host them is not compassionate? If Canada really needs people to assimilate into their culture, they could try assimilating people from the adjacent country of Quebec (smile)? https://www.amnestyusa.org/press-releases/president-trumps-bullying-makes-a-mockery-of-asylum/
The South African Revolution in the Northern Hemisphere [youtu.be]
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
Wait? Which one is the quarterback and where are their helmets?
"Here’s something you don’t see every day: an internet-averse anarchist announcing on social ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
I've been politically irresponsible and disengaged for 40 years so this isn't my fault. But now I'm going to sweep in and save the day against [FILL IN DISASTER]. I love the world (clearly I don't). Signed - comic book author I don't care who is watching the watcher after you vote to give the watcher all the power to destroy the economy in some environmental goose chase that couldn't possibly matter without the support of China, India and, eventually, Africa. Go read your works again. Maybe work on an insight that will limit the government's power after you've given it this kind of authority.
Study by IDW-linked Heterodox Academy shows that Jordan Peterson is a gateway to the alt-right
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
"With his focus on corruption and ideological orthodoxy in the academy, especially his resistance to imposed speech on gender norms, many critics argue that he has attracted the interests of a male-dominated and white-supremacist following on social media sites such as Gab and 4chan. Others contend that Peterson serves as something of a ‘gateway drug‘ to more hostile alt-right content." that last phrase "...'gateway drug' to more hostile alt-right content." More? What content was mentioned that was alt-right? We are talking about: corruption idealogical orthodoxy in the academy resistance to imposed speech on gender norms This goof could have been avoided if they had a conservative POV represented. As it stands, the obvious bias of the authors is there for all to see plainly. And, their inability to seek out a decent peer review speaks to their honesty. As noted in other comments, the biggest failure of this article is not defining the "alt-right." By not defining the 'alt-right' clearly, the authors have just substituted everything outside of their narrow political window, things that they disagree with or hate, as alt-right. This is the same mistake the now discredited SPLC made.
A farmer, Willem Daniel Ackermann, appeared in court at Groblersdal, after he was arrested by police...
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
Perpetrator was trespassing, breaking and entering and carrying a weapon. Unless the black man is crippled or something else thats pretty radical... Not guilty
NRO: Speaker Pelosi say we can't trust Trump's fate to the electorate [nationalreview.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
Considering the last 2 elections, I'm not sure I can be as optimistic as Nancy, but I do appreciate the spectacle she is making of her party.
So overt racism is ok on this IDW site, as well as holocaust denial and anti-semitism.
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
Call it out and point the way. I'm happy to join with you in a discussion against racism.
Freedom is a very interesting and terrifying concept because, in part, we don't fully understand the...
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
The art of being free - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rm1nuqJ3SI
Ben Carson calls Maxine Waters a hypocrite lacking ‘basic manners’ in testy exchange on ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 20, 2019:
Ben Carson is a brain surgeon and clearly doesn't have the expertise to deal with someone like Maxine Waters.
DailySignal: Highlights from day 3 of impeachment hearings [dailysignal.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 19, 2019:
So the Democrats went from Quid Pro Quo to bribery because the Latin wasn't catching on (at least thats their take). I decided to go through some other Latin to see what else applies - audacter calumniare, semper aliquid haeret - slander boldly, something always sticks acta est fabula plaudite - The show is great - applaud contra bonos mores - against good morals corruptissima re publica plurimae leges - When the republic is at its most corrupt the laws are most numerous corruptus in extremis - Mayors office motto from "The Simpsons" cuiusvis hominis est errare, nullius nisi insipientis in errore perseverare - Anyone can err, but only the fool persists in his fault ex dolo malo - from fraud falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus - If you lie about Russian Collusion you lie about everything https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Latin_phrases_(full)
[youtu.be] Eric swallowwell ..I AM FARTUCUS....
RobBlair comments on Nov 19, 2019:
Democrat Finally Release Something of Substance - https://babylonbee.com/news/democrat-releases-something-of-substance
CarlCannon: The Gettysburg Address; partisanship and reactions [realclearpolitics.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 19, 2019:
Those words are carved in stone
Gun violence, human rights, and knowing who is responsible for it- [bearingarms.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 19, 2019:
The police are our hired hands not our handlers.
How judges ignore the Constitution on the right to keep and bear arms- [ammoland.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 19, 2019:
Now watching - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeMwdtbPR6g
NRO: Israel's new style of warfare [nationalreview.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
Allowing the poor in Gaza to continue to be pawns of Iran doesn't sit well with me. If Mexico were launching rockets near my family, I'd want every rocket responded too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahy_0BVuLd4
Our betters are angry we're not giving impeachment our rapt attention.
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
Maybe if they broadened the scope of impeachment into a discussion on congressional fashion and... oh they did - https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/tim-graham/2019/11/15/washpost-slams-jacketless-jim-jordan-ny-times-oozes-over-bow-tie Actually, congress, I'm not much in favor of your Ferris Buehler reenactment - at 0:27 https://youtu.be/MLWGDxGh2G4?t=27
NewsMax: Chief Justice blocks order forcing Trump to provide tax returns [newsmax.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
"...investigating issues related to hush money payoffs to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal" - https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/16/eight-years-of-trumps-tax-returns-subpoenaed-by-manhattan-da-vance.html Clinton v Jones Case - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clinton_v._Jones https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/520/681/ The Clinton v Jones decision was specific to allowing private (non-state) lawsuits to proceed against the President. However, the opinion contains this - "If this case were being heard in a state forum, instead of advancing a separation-of-powers argument, petitioner would presumably rely on federalism and comity concerns, 13 as well as the interest in protecting federal officials from possible local prejudice that underlies the authority to remove certain cases brought against federal officers from a state to a federal court, see 28 U. S. C. § 1442(a); Mesa v. California, 489 U. S. 121, 125-126 (1989). Whether those concerns would present a more compelling case for immunity is a question that is not before us." In Mesa vs California it was determined that the little state guys couldn't sue the Federal Post Office for traffic violations. I'm pretty sure this squares with that.
'Rich people should pay more tax.
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
We need to recenter our thinking about taxes. Step one, is this a valid government expense and why? If the free market can solve the problem then it is best to keep the government from screwing it up. Arguing that economy of scale will reduce the overall cost is ignorant considering history. Further, any program you bond into red tape legacy will hamper future progress. Step two, who should pay for it? If this a program that will benefit corporations, then corporations should be taxed for it. If this is a program for individuals then it should be covered by individuals. The program should be proportioned based on the benefit. We should stop using government taxing as a charity proxy. FYI, you Brits each earn 13.8% more than what is shown on your paystub. You earn it and then your employer pays it as a tax. In the US they play that game with our Social Security. I'd like to see some more transparency with the taxing.
Do they realize how ridiculous they look??
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
Consider that for much of this country, people are getting their news from ABC, CBS, NYT, Washington Post, etc... If you are listening to the radio announcer talk about the fabric and style of the emperor's clothes, how would you possibly know that he's naked?
Sky News, Australia. "China s Mass Detention of Muslims is Horrifying." [youtu.be]
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
All people are created equal and have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. We don't need our imaginations to see what happens when we abandon this creed of freedom.
MSM are silent, but Daily Wire will provide [dailywire.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
I like Megyn Kelly. She's the kind of journalist, I think, who would have the courage to tell the ABC President where he can put that apology/retraction letter that he foisted on Amy Robach. We should pursue a culture that honors the courageous in this time of cowardice.
Iran.
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
Frawnz vawn cawnt - "We're gonna show you a bunch strife. The reason for this tragic strife is because some people have demands or something. What those demands are? We have no idea, we're just reporters. Meanwhile, look at this strife. These people will continue until they are heard... What? sorry cutting out. Too much strife." Actual news - https://iswresearch.blogspot.com/2019/10/iran-pushes-iraq-to-brink.html
When I looked at this article all I could think was what a HUGE load of manure this was.
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
57% - Trump is wrong and should be impeached 13% - Trump is wrong but shouldn't be impeached 25% - Trump was not wrong 4% - Didn't respond Doesn't consider voting potential and my response would be "didn't respond" or "Trump is wrong and should be impeached" - not sure whether I want to encourage the Democrats to continue running into the burning building or not (probably hang up since I don't want to lie). I wouldn't vote "Trump was not wrong" because the burden of proof is on the Democrats. They must prove that Trump was wrong and not vice versa.
Do you believe people are naturally good, or evil? Why?
RobBlair comments on Nov 18, 2019:
I have children - I don't need to teach them to be bad. Dennis Prager, at a Hillsdale speech observed that it is mostly people living in a Western Democracy that are delusional enough to think people are inherently good.
There are MILLIONS of undocumented migrants in South Africa.
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
Thank you South Africa for running the test program. Based on the results from your failed border policy, we will now do the exact same test here so that we too can fail it.
Disney+ barely got off the ground this week when progressives went on the attack over its dated ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
So far we've watched Mandolorian, Captain Marvel, Aladdin, Wall-E, Snow White, trying to get through the latest Avengers. I like it. Kids like it. I'd like the option to watch Song of the South, but its not that big of a deal for me. Walt Disney, in my mind, was always a well intentioned entertainer and his art is a part of my heritage.
A Man Was Set on Fire During Hong Kong Protests - YouTube
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
Freedom is not a natural state and I don't see China tolerating it. At this point there will be a lot of dying whether we see it or not. We humans are pretty evil and require constant vigilance against our baser selves.
NRO: "Impeachment!" show looks like Schiff's latest flop [nationalreview.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
No, no, no - its a comedy, sort of like a "cult" classic
I saw that the state of Missouri will be the first state to make outdoor cremations legal. What?
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
You are supposed to remove the meat before it turns into a block of Atomic Element 6.
Extinction Rebellion - is this a cult based on the Jim Jones model, or am I missing another solution...
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
Perhaps we can send them packets of kool-aid and a note that says "thank you for helping the environment" "If you're committed to extinction Rebellion we'll pay your expenses" No, these people who disrupt should be thrown in jail. The ones who peacefully protest should be left alone.
"Others said Democrats are not going about the inquiry “the right way,” asserting that the ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
While we are talking about "impeachment" we aren't talking about other issues. Further, it exasperates the electorate. And for those who don't know better, they think the exasperation is due to Trump and his policies and not the goose chases. I'd like to be positive but the last two elections show no connection between voters and these reckless power plays.
Assad Goes Red Pill In Interview: Epstein, Bin Laden & Baghdadi 'Liquidated' As "They Knew Vital ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
It'll be nice when Trump erases Obama's Syrian legacy as well.
TownHall: in the midst of partisan political warfare, something hopeful. [townhall.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
"There, but for the grace of God, go I" a great and humbling perspective to live from.
Pro-Palestine filmmaker calls Jewish student journalist ‘white nationalist’ at college-sponsored...
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
Abby Martin seems like a thoughtful person on the far left who is a true believer. I'll need to watch some more of her library to understand where her malfunction is coming from. So sad.
BREAKING: Journalists Who Exposed Planned Parenthood's 'Baby Body Parts' Trade Found Guilty | The ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
I guess Judge Orrick doesn't want anything to come between him and his "Baby Back Ribs." The jury awarded Planned Parenthood punitive damages in the $millions. On the one hand, organizations have a right to their papers and affects. On the other, they divulged this information to these undercover journalists. I don't see a violation of Federal Wiretapping which includes one party consent. The judge definitely appears to be doing some party hackery in the court room.
Do you feel better about yourself by comparing yourself with someone who is not doing as well as you...
RobBlair comments on Nov 16, 2019:
Just watch a Maury Povich show. If you don't feel better about yourself then you are doing something really wrong. Envy is not the feeling of inferiority but the resentfulness that someone else has what we want. At its root is a lack of gratitude. Here I am at a time of unmitigated human success and accomplishment. Only by ignoring those blessings could I possibly be resentful of the few additional blessings someone else has. Its snared me a few times but I think recognition is important. As HighQ noted, the inequality we should be concerned with is in comparison with our former and future selves.
Bloomberg: France tried wealth taxes, they didn't work [bloomberg.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 15, 2019:
The story of Robin Hood is actually a tragedy.
RalphPeters: the long history of military coups [hoover.org]
RobBlair comments on Nov 15, 2019:
But the overthrow of Maduro was by election. His position is from the military coup against the electorate.
The civil rights leader ‘almost nobody knows about’ gets a statue in the U.
RobBlair comments on Nov 15, 2019:
Is that Warren?
In the service
RobBlair comments on Nov 15, 2019:
We've had a few ambulance visits
First They Came for Don Cherry [youtu.
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Don't support organizations like Sportsnet and support organizations like Daily Wire and The Blaze. (and keep being active here).
Incoming will be the screeching presumptions I support the second flag instead of me highlighting ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Oh those Duke boys...
The Coup is Real
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Real funny
Alt-right Condemned by Conservatives - AGAIN!
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Let the conservatives join with the libertarians and liberals to proclaim "...that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." For everyone who can't abide by this creed, you are condemning yourself to a prison of racism and small minded pettiness.
I don't think I can put this right, but I'm gonna try, anyway.
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
"should they be censored from free thinking and free expression (publication)?" And risk missing an Adam Smith because someone didn't appreciate what he said? Never. When Gouverneur Morris, an apt witness to a successful revolution and new government, was there at the start of the French Revolution, he told Lafayette that the French people did not have what it takes to hold a Republic and he counseled him to forward a constitutional monarch. Rousseau's writings didn't tell Lafayette to ignore Morris's prescient counsel.
Paul Joseph Watson.
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Oh good - just slap one of those "Outdated Cultural Depictions" stickers on the "Song of the South" movie and I can finally watch it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzf277YVMyg I could see arguing for protecting the sensibilities of children, but as adults, I have no problem rejecting our past prejudices while also appreciating the stories of our past and engaging in our historical culture. I'd further argue that seeing the propagandist stereotyping of the Japanese and Germans during WW2 even in the Disney flicks at the time provides a more revealing perspective than text on a sheet. Perhaps I could even argue that seeing some of Uncle Remus' stories highlights the depravity of the slavers but further humanizes those who were enslaved.
I have a question for all the thousands of criminal investigation units across the world, the CIA ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
This is just another Epstein story until you realize it was published Jan 7, 2015 about an investigation from 2006 - https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2015/01/07/coulter_lambastes_media_over_epstein_rape_case_this_is_what_media_thought_uva_rape_case_was.html We now have a video showing that ABC quashed this story because of influence. If the president of ABC doesn't get fired for his lack of judgment just what do you think will happen the next time? It should be noted that there were some Florida police who did earnestly pursue this case against Epstein and they were stymied by the power brokers. If you are OK with your news not informing you then I suggest this is your problem
Is this hate speech? If I had a trigger this would pull it. [theoutline.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Denigrating your target at the same time you are arguing for their good will - my 6 year old does this all the time. Its not as frustrating because he will grow out of this immaturity.
College trustee under fire for straight pride parade speech says she won't quit- [nj.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
"“Straight pride is not about civil rights. It is about mockery,” Charlie Bondhus, an associate professor of English, told the board." - Hey, maybe English professors do know something? Perhaps one could also argue that gay pride parades are also about mockery? “Children need stability, not confusion and indoctrination," - Wow, there is hope from New Jersey. Of course this is said by the black woman they want lynched. "Referencing Nace, O’Donnell said, “it is easy to call for a dialogue when you’re not the one being harmed by it.”" - she says without an ounce of introspection.
Jim Jordan questions Dems Star Witness and even the Ambassador laughs at 'Evidence ' - why does this...
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Now if only we can get this message out to the other half of the country
Florida man creates AI he claims can ID guns- [bearingarms.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Parkland is not a good case study. The authorities had plenty of time - https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/fbi-statement-on-the-shooting-in-parkland-florida Put this together with face recognition and good to go. Of course with a hardened site, all the students will have to go through some surveillance anyhow.
It Looks Like the Star Witnesses in Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Effort Just Torched the Democrats' ...
RobBlair comments on Nov 14, 2019:
Here's what CNN is showing regarding Jordan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9b8b8ZcfwM Here's what CNN is showing regarding the testimony (Jordan gets 10 seconds around 4:00 in) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbBkSG3qEWs If I was still misguided enough to get my news from CNN, I'd have a tough time parsing reality
The SPLC is a Hate Group
RobBlair comments on Nov 13, 2019:
Hello Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and Google - did you get the memo? Any site that does a good job filtering hate speech will either be reduced to cat videos, or allow the worst of the worst to advertise their foolishness.
Atlantic: Hong Hong protesters aren't optimistic [theatlantic.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 13, 2019:
We had France. Canada, Australia and India had Great Britain, an Empire who, to some extent, recognized human rights. Hong Kong has no one.
2020: a Libertarian President? Voters want a third party- [thelibertarianrepublic.com]
RobBlair comments on Nov 13, 2019:
People want a balanced budget too until you start getting specific. I contend that if a libertarian presidential candidate can't primary a republican they will most certainly never be elected (assuming that is even the goal). What libertarian message do you think resonates with the left half of the electorate that wants to take away your guns, make you pay for other kids free college, give expensive healthcare to every one who shows up in our country, etc...? The article makes it fairly clear, if you want a 3rd party, the room is there on the left. A socialist party is already in the Democratic primary under Sanders and Warren (disingenuous as she is). The green party is being given lip service, but its well represented. Except for the Libertarians inability to confer freedom to the unborn, they have little to say that will capture any on the Left and even there you'd have to up the ante by allowing state sponsored executions of even the born as with Virginia and New York. "2020 could be a contest between a socialist and a sociopath." Sure - Trump is a sociopath because the media tells you that ceaselessly. Just what do you think happens when your ideal pristine untested Libertarian threatens the Democrat and becomes their target? Give me more Rand Pauls.

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