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VIDEO AMERICA UNDER SIEGE – TREVOR LOUDON

Saturday, November 10th, 2018

 

  Trevor Loudon speaks of  the Far Left in our government and how they work with the Marxists and the Islamists.  He names influential members of congress and those running for congressional seats in last weeks election.  Absolutely frightening.  Please share with your email lists.  Nancy    

Trevor Loudon   America Under Siege

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VIDEO TREVOR LOUDON – ARE CHURCHES IN AMERICA BEING INFILTRATED BY MARXISTS ?

Friday, November 9th, 2018

 

VIDEO  TREVOR LOUDON/ NEW ZEALAND  – ARE CHURCHES IN AMERICA BEING INFILTRATED BY MARXISTS ?

m.youtube.com/watch?v=KLKwA2En5a4

Published on Feb 10, 2018
Trevor Loudon discusses his upcoming documentary and fact findings on the infiltration of the church in America. This is a wake up call for America
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OBAMA’S AMERICA ON DISPLAY AT KAVANAUGH HEARINGS

Monday, October 29th, 2018

 

Another thought provoking article by Frank Hawkins.  Nancy
 

Obama’s America on Display at Kavanaugh Hearings

Frank Hawkins is a former U.S. Army intelligence officer, Associated Press foreign correspondent, international businessman, senior newspaper company executive, founder and owner of several marketing companies, and published novelist.  He currently lives in retirement in North Carolina.

 

President Trump has been in an uphill battle to reverse Obama’s efforts to “fundamentally transform” America.  Trump’s successes in the past 20 months in erasing the damage of the Obama’s eight years are well documented.  But he has a long way to go based on what we saw in the Kavanaugh hearings.

Trump’s biggest challenge is to push back Obama’s primary legacy of identity politics, which is destroying the fabric of our nation.  Neighbors, family members and old friends have been split apart, by design.  Obama polarized America according to race, ethnic background, sex, sexual orientation, and politics.

Like a deadly cancer, the Obama legacy has metastasized into widespread hatred among Americans that was on display at the Kavanaugh hearings.  Obama’s primary legacy is dangerously malignant and more toxic than ever, fueled by cynical and destructive politicians, the Alinsky Rules for Radicals, and billions of dollars from the evil George Soros.

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TEN MOST DESTRUCTIVE AMERICANS OF MY 8 DECADES

Saturday, October 27th, 2018

 

AMERICAN THINKER

The 10 Most Destructive Americans of My 8 Decades

Frank Hawkins is a former US Army intelligence officer, Associated Press foreign correspondent, international businessman, senior newspaper company executive, founder and owner of several marketing companies and published novelist. He is currently retired in North Carolina.  fhawk852@gmail.com

 

America has undergone enormous change during the nearly eight decades of my life. Today, America is a bitterly divided, poorly educated and morally fragile society with so-called mainstream politicians pushing cynical identity politics, socialism and open borders. The president of the United States is threatened with impeachment because the other side doesn’t like him. The once reasonably unbiased American media has evolved into a hysterical left wing mob. How could the stable and reasonably cohesive America of the 1950s have reached this point in just one lifetime? Who are the main culprits? Here’s my list of the 10 most destructive Americans of the last 80 years.

10) Mark Felt – Deputy director of the FBI, aka “Deep Throat” during the Watergate scandal. This was the first public instance of a senior FBI officially directly interfering in America’s political affairs. Forerunner of James Comey, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Andrew McCabe.

9) Bill Ayers– Represents the deep and ongoing leftist ideological damage to our education system. An unrepentant American terrorist who evaded punishment, he devoted his career to radicalizing American education and pushing leftist causes. Ghost wrote Obama’s book, “Dreams of My Father.”

8) Teddy Kennedy – Most folks remember Teddy as the guy who left Mary Joe Kopechne to die in his car at Chappaquiddick. The real damage came after he avoided punishment for her death and became a major Democrat force in the US Senate, pushing through transformative liberal policies in health care and education.  The real damage was the 1965 Hart-Cellar immigration bill he pushed hard for that changed the quota system to increase the flow of third world people without skills into the US and essentially ended large-scale immigration from Europe.

7) Walter Cronkite – Cronkite was a much beloved network anchor who began the politicalization of America’s news media with his infamous broadcast from Vietnam that described the Tet Offensive as a major victory for the Communists and significantly turned the gullible American public against the Vietnam War. In fact, the Tet offensive was a military disaster for the NVA and Viet Cong, later admitted by North Vietnamese military leaders. Decades later Cronkite admitted he got the story wrong. But it was too late.  The damage was done.

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BAD IDEAS – UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME – NEVER SEEM TO DIE

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
A Universally Bad Idea

Silicon Valley titans push the Marxist-Leninist nonsense of a guaranteed income.

By Andy Kessler    October 22, 2018

Bad ideas just won’t die. Ronald Reagan’s goal was to “leave Marxism and Leninism on the ash heap of history.” But they keep coming back, albeit in different forms. Of today’s bad ideas—from net neutrality to open curriculum and living wages—the most dangerous is the universal basic income.

For twisted reasons, Silicon Valley, the embodiment of meritocracy and incentives, thinks universal basic income will be the next great economic force. Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes is helping to fund a UBI pilot program in Stockton, Calif. He even wrote a book about the idea—something about 1%-ers paying money via tax credits—hardly original.

He’s not alone. Barack Obama has recently expressed interest in the idea. So have Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Marc Benioff and others in Silicon Valley. Why? I figure it’s their misplaced guilt about patriarchal dominance over workers displaced by automation. That’s a triple crown of bad excuses.

A Universally Bad Idea
PHOTO: ISTOCK/GETTY IMAGES

The enthusiasm seems infectious. In July, Chicago Alderman Ameya Pawar told the Intercept, “We need to start having a conversation about automation and a regulatory framework so that if jobs simply go away, what are we going to do with the workforce?” It wasn’t a long chat. This summer, Mr. Pawar introduced legislation for a pilot program that would give $500 a month to 1,000 families. Think of it as a new version of walking-around money. Never mind that Chicago can’t even afford to fund its public-employee pensions.

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VIDEO – GLOBAL WARMING FACTS – MARK LEVIN AND DR. PATRICK MICHAEL

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

 

VIDEO – LIFE, LIBERTY & LEVIN  – Fox News       Very enlightening re Global Warming   Mark Levin speaks with Dr. Patrick Michael of the Cato Institute.    Evidently, Dr. Michael says  the models predicting global warming don’t work and are built on a “House of Cards”
 Personally, I have always suspected that the theory of Global Warming or Climate Change was created by the Globalists to transfer wealth from the more prosperous nations to the poorer nations but you be the judge.  A fascinating video   Enjoy !   Nancy

www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiDJTygAM7o.  There are  pauses in the video  so don’t click out .  You can also skip the advertising by waiting a couple of seconds and then click to skip the ad.
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VIDEO – CONSERVATIVE CALIFORNIA CANDIDATES

Sunday, October 21st, 2018

 

SAVE CALIFORNIA  !
 PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR CALIFORNIA FRIENDS !  An excellent video by Connect the Dots describing the conservative candidates in California
VIDEO – CALIFORNIA’S  CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATES TO VOTE FOR
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SOROS IS SUPPORTING NC SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CANDIDATE, ANITA EARLS

Sunday, October 21st, 2018

 


George Soros is supporting North Carolina Supreme Court Justice candidate Anita Earls !    Please read and share with your friends.
Soros’s money is supporting candidates in many states.  Be aware and vote informed and wisely !   Thanks to Sloan Rachmuth for sharing with us.  Nancy
WASHINGTON EXAMINER

George Soros’ candidate in North Carolina

By Bradley Martin   Bradley Martin is a senior fellow with the news and public policy group Haym Salomon Center. Sloan Rachmuth is director of research and special projects for the Haym Salomon Center. Follow @salomoncenter.
October 21, 2018

With all of the divisive rhetoric and controversy surrounding the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States, the stakes have never been higher for the future of America’s judicial system. Yet the highest court in the land is not the only place where American values are under threat.

While both sides of the political aisle are fighting for victory in the upcoming November midterm elections, billionaire Democratic mega-donor George Soros has been channeling funds into pursuing a complete overhaul of the U.S justice system. According to Politico, Soros has directed his wealth into “an under-the-radar” campaign to advance his goals of “reshaping the American justice system.” Soros has dumped millions into district attorney races throughout the nation to promote a “progressive” leftist vision of social justice.

In Soros’ grand vision of America’s future, neither the Jewish people or the state of Israel are held in high regard. Soros himself has blamed the rise of European antisemitism on Jews, while taking the opportunity in a Washington Post op-ed to libel the state of Israel as “the main stumbling block” to the spread of democracy in the Middle East.

It is therefore not surprising that Soros wants to solidify his influence in North Carolina’s Supreme Court through his support for supreme court candidate Anita Earls, executive director of the Southern Coalition for Social Justice. Founded by Earls in 2007, SCSJ has partnered with openly antisemitic organizations and individuals in Durham such as the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions group Spirithouse Durham. Since 2010, Soros’ Open Society has made considerable investments in SCSJ to control the city’s criminal justice system.

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THE DARK MONEY THAT FUNDED ‘DARK MONEY’

Saturday, October 20th, 2018

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The Dark Money That Funded ‘Dark Money’

Liberal groups sponsor a documentary faulting conservative groups that sponsor political advocacy.

By Scott Walter    Mr. Walter is president of the Capital Research Center
October 17, 2018
Left-wing interests are raving about the documentary “Dark Money.” Airing this month on PBS, “Dark Money” purports to expose the effects of right-wing political spending in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The Los Angeles Times calls the film a “political thriller.” NPR lauds it for revealing the “assault on the American electoral and judicial process by corporations whose agenda is nothing less than the dismantling of government itself.”

There’s one problem: This attack on conservative-funded political advocacy is itself liberal-funded political advocacy. The proof? The end credits listing the film’s funders.

Top billing goes to the Ford Foundation, the third-largest private political-advocacy philanthropy in the U.S. Its sheer size—$12.4 billion in assets—isn’t unique on the left. Even before hedge-fund billionaire George Soros injected $18 billion into his Open Society Foundations, eight of America’s 10 largest private foundations (ranked by giving as of 2013) were aligned with the political left.

Nominally nonpartisan but actually liberal foundations and nonprofits spend three or four times as much as their conservative peers on “education” and advocacy, as the Capital Research Center documents.

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DEMOCRATS HAVEN’T TURNED BACK FROM 1968

Saturday, October 20th, 2018

 

A very interesting article written by a long-time Democrat, analyzing what has been happening in his party.  Nancy
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Democrats Haven’t Turned Back From 1968

The politics of identity and attack have supplanted the old liberal tradition, which favored national unity.

Democrats Haven’t Turned Back From 1968
PHOTO: CHAD CROWE

America is polarized in many ways, but one of the most significant is between generations in the Democratic Party. Coming out of the Great Depression and World War II, we present-day seniors saw liberalism as the promise of racial and social justice and broadly shared prosperity. We also saw it as a defender of civil liberties against abuses such as those that took place in the 1950s McCarthy era. Abroad, we supported a strong United Nations and other multilateral institutions to reduce conflict but had no illusions about the expansionist ambitions of totalitarian states.

In other words, the dwindling number of Greatest Generation and Depression-born Democrats came of age with a liberal tradition that is increasingly marginalized in today’s party. That was evident in Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation fight and in the party’s use of race, sex, ethnicity and other identity markers in politics more broadly.

The best example of the old Democratic Party’s aspirations was the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which provided that no citizen should receive favorable or unfavorable treatment based on irrelevant factors such as race, sex, national origin and religion. Our domestic agenda was further realized in President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society: the Voting Rights Act, Medicare, Medicaid, the War on Poverty, federal aid to education and other measures designed to create greater opportunity for all, underwritten by a safety net for those who needed it.

You could feel the first big change in 1968 as a new generation in the West rebelled against established institutions and leaders. In the U.S., protest formed around opposition to the mistaken Vietnam War. I experienced this rebellion first as Vice President Hubert Humphrey’s assistant in the Johnson White House, then as a vice president of Columbia University during the disorders there, and later as an active member of the antiwar movement and George McGovern’s 1972 presidential campaign.

 

There was idealism in the protests but also cynicism and a touch of totalitarianism. “We Demand!” often preceded the protesters’ list of objectives. You could have a discussion with them over coffee or in small groups, but when an audience was present, a professor, speaker or political candidate expressing a contrary opinion would often be shouted down, sometimes with obscene chants. “Never trust anyone over 30,” the slogan went (or, as I often thought silently, no one under 25). Those in established positions were usually judged reactionary no matter the substance of their views.

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