POLITICAL: All politicians and bureaucrats must be held accountable

https://palexander.substack.com/p/media-politicians-fda-cdc-innocent?utm_source=post-email-title&publication_id=579356&post_id=86969693&isFreemail=true&utm_medium=email

Media? Politicians? FDA? CDC? Innocent? They are the victims? You beasts colluded to topple Trump with lockdowns & fraud vaccine, FDA denied hydroxychloroquine to hurt Trump; f*cking criminals!

  • No quarter, no peace, we will get you in the proper legal inquiries, tribunals, we will deal with you in courts & ballot boxes, NO sympathy, no respect, NONE, you MUST be JAILED! PRESIDENTIAL TAKEDOWN

Dr. Paul Alexander

# – # – # – # – #

I’m not sure how these CRIMINALS can be held accountable?

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POLITICAL: The Democrats — Falsus in Uno, Falsus in Omnibus

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/11/have_the_democrats_destroyed_our_election_system.html

Have the Democrats Destroyed Our Election System?
By D. Parker

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They claim that their destruction of our free and fair voting system makes them ‘defenders of democracy.’ Do they also claim to be defenders of ‘basic rights’? The past few years have seen the fascist far Left attacking free speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, the right to self-defense, and the rest of the Bill of Rights. So, let’s apply the legal maxim of Falsus in Uno, Falsus in Omnibus — false in one thing, false in everything — when they also claim to be ‘defenders of democracy.’ 

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It’s truly sad that the criminals have taken over “elections”.  The inmates are running the asylum.  And, the lunatics are controlling the streets.

As Tom Woods says: “isn’t it time for a national divorce”?

Sadly, yes.

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POLITICAL: Democrat Chuck Schumer admits they don’t want any real immigration law

https://nypost.com/2022/11/20/chuck-schumer-admits-democrats-dont-want-any-real-immigration-law/

Chuck Schumer finally admits it: Democrats don’t want any real immigration law
By Karol Markowicz
November 20, 2022 7:17pm

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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer made some startling admissions last week about his immigration views: “We have a population that is not reproducing on its own with the same level that it used to. The only way we’re going to have a great future in America is if we welcome and embrace immigrants, the Dreamers and all of them, because our ultimate goal is to help the Dreamers but to get a path to citizenship for all 11 million or however many undocumented there are here.”

The honesty was breathtaking. For so long, Schumer (D-NY) and his party have danced around the truth: They want to legalize anyone coming over our border for any reason.

Schumer wasn’t always this brazen about wanting open borders for all. In 2014, he bragged that President Barack Obama was serious about enforcing immigration law and had “deported more people than any other president.” Schumer used to at least mouth some lines about securing the border when pushing for legalization. No more.

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OK now the “Wizard of Oz” is revealed as a tiny lying man behind the curtain.

How does those who are awake and not sheeple react?

I bet nothing happens as the USA heads down the road to ruin.

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POLITICAL: Neither the D’s nor the R’s want an honest election

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/11/no_author/saving-arizona-and-other-states-10-proven-reforms-for-fairer-elections/

Saving Arizona and Other States: 10 Proven Reforms for Fairer Elections
By Mahatma Orwell
November 19, 2022

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2. Each state should maintain and annually update accurate lists of eligible voters.

*** and ***

4. Voters should provide secure identification when requesting an absentee ballot, and when registering earlier.

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Sorry, but when Bill Maher thinks that voter id wouldn’t impact minority voters, then obviously the elections are so corrupt as to be humorous.

Try and do almost anything without an id?  

Sorry, but everything that I’ve seen makes me think that the politicians and bureaucrats like the current chaos just fine.

I don’t but it appears that “We, The Sheeple” just don’t care.

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POLITICAL: Picking “legislators” by lottery — couldn’t be any worse?

https://www.bostonreview.net/articles/the-case-for-abolishing-elections/

The Case for Abolishing Elections
They may seem the cornerstone of democracy, but in reality they do little to promote it. There’s a far better way to empower ordinary citizens: democracy by lottery.
Nicholas Coccoma

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Why lotteries and not voting? The Athenians weren’t fools; they learned through bitter trials that elections are tools of elites. Having seen the Athenian experiment himself, Aristotle noted as much. “The appointment of magistrates by lot is democratical,” he observes in Politics, “and the election is oligarchical.” Lotteries go straight to everyday people and bring them into power; they circumvent the designs of aristocrats, resist corruption, and don’t favor one group of citizens over another.

*** end quote ***

I think that we should pick US Senators the osd fashioned way by eliminating the Seventeeth Amendments.  And US House Reps by a random drawing like the Lotto.  Everyone who’s willing can get one ticket and, if they win, they get a small salary to represent the district; one term limit for sure, then they return to their real life.

It couldn’t possibly be any worse than what we have now.

I’d like the Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerzee to have a lower house selected by a random draw from the general population and an upper house selected by a random draw from only taxpayers.

Like any of this could happen!

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POLITICAL: In fact, no one know what the vote truly was!

https://www.dailysignal.com/2022/11/10/4-keys-to-understanding-why-this-arizona-county-still-has-election-problems/?utm_source=TDS_Email

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Though affirming Biden’s 2020 win in the county, the 2021 state Senate audit found:23,344 “mail-in ballots voted from a prior address.”9,041 “more ballots [were] returned by voters than [were]  received.” 5,295 “voters [who] potentially voted in multiple counties.”  2,592 “more duplicates than original ballots.” 2,382 “in-person voters who had moved out of Maricopa County.” The audit also showed that 5,295 voters “potentially voted in multiple counties.”

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I don’t understand how the media, politicians, and bureaucrats can say it wasn’t stolen.  If fact they have no #$%^^ idea what the truth is.

Argh!

And this is just one AZ county.  It’s probably the same nation wide.

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POLITICAL: Let’s go back top p[aper ballots!

https://naomiwolf.substack.com/p/proposed-the-optional-end-to-the?utm_source=post-email-title&publication_id=676930&post_id=82813969&isFreemail=true&utm_medium=email

Proposed: The [Optional] End to the Secret Ballot
Is the Traditional Secret Ballot — In Digital-Black-Hole Voting Systems — Dangerously Out of Date?
Dr Naomi Wolf
Nov 7

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New voting machines that produce a paper ballot for each vote cast make it possible for election officials to conduct post-election audits. Approximately half of all states and the District of Columbia conduct post-election audits, which require a review of paper ballots to check the accuracy of the votes cast. With partisan actors fueled by the Big Lie conducting partisan reviews that undermine confidence in our elections, it is becoming increasingly important for qualified election officials to conduct legitimate audits of their own […]” [https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/voting-machines-risk-2022#footnote1_tstxxlf]

You don’t have to believe that it is “partisan” to demand a verified paper trail for every election, to want a better assurance that your vote will be properly counted, than — the nothing at all you get when think that you have made your choice, and when you walk away from a “DRE” without a “VVPAT”.

*** and ***

It may well be that millions of Americans will “shout” their choices publicly by posting a public image of their vote on a public platform; maybe not; but again, the fact that there will be independent verification, whether it is of public or private archives, or a mixture that is up to the choice of the citizens, will chill the plans of voting-day evildoers.

Then in time, God willing, we will all go back to paper. With receipts.

And yes, O elites, we’ll go back to doing our vote counting the way it has been done for most of our nation’s history: not with “experts” and “officials” alone counting the vote, not with corrupted media prematurely announcing the winner — but rather with citizens counting the verifiable votes — yes;

Down to the

Very.

Last.

One.

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I don’t trust any “computer system” to be “honest”.  

So let’s get back to paper.

I have no problem with a digital device that prepares ballot that is readable by the human being.

Given that scanners can OCR stuff with high precision that can speed the process.  

Add voter id and “Election Day” (I,e,: not election month).

The system should be verifiably trustworthy.

It ain’t now!

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POLITICAL: Chicago is an example of what NOT to do — coddle criminals

https://johnkassnews.com/the-madness-of-chicagos-violent-crime-and-lori-lightfoot/

The Madness of Lori Lightfoot and Chicago’s Violent Crime
By Steve Huntley
November 2, 2022

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How does crime maim a great city like Chicago? Let us count the ways.

For starters, regular visits to the excellent news website cwbchicago.com reveal a comprehensive, if depressing, chronicle of murders, robberies, assaults, carjackings, drag races on city streets and other crimes exacting a terrible toll on the city that used to work. And all too frequently, accounts of children cut down by stray bullets sprayed by punk gunslingers.

Or track the numbers, as the Sun-Times does with murders. It counts 578 people killed in Chicago so far in 2022. That rate is down a bit from the last two years but still way ahead of the toll before the Antifa/Black Lives Matter riots blighted American city centers with looting, arson, assault, an explosion of crime and the defund the police movement crippling law enforcement across the land.

Or there’s the regular Monday adding up of the previous weekend’s mayhem and havoc. The most recent weekend tally — 35 people shot, five of them fatally, according to ABC-Chicago.

Or there’s the outbreak of fear-inducing crime in neighborhoods once deemed safe, like Chicago’s affluent Lakeview neighborhood in the shadow of world-famous Wrigley Field

There were five separate armed robber/abduction/kidnappings reported there recently over a couple of days.

Or there’s the soon-to-be unleashed wave of criminals returning to the streets under Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s bill to eliminate cash bail, a measure opposed by virtually every state’s attorney in Illinois — except of course the criminal-coddling Cook County alleged prosecutor Kim Foxx.

Or, speaking of far-left extremist George Soros’ favorite Chicagoan, a CWB Chicago analysis shows that on Foxx’s watch, the average sentence for carjackings is 9.4 years, down from 12.4 years in the seven years before she became Cook County state’s attorney.

On and on it goes, the ways to count Chicago’s misery from crime.

*** end quote ***

Braxton / Guiliani cleaned up NYC by focusing on crimes and removing the bad element of society.

I can’t imagine living in Chicago which is like a third world shithole with rampant crime.

Liberal DA’s are doing “We, The Sheeple” no favors.  Why bother arresting people if they can be back out on the street before the paperwork is done?

Violent crimes should require some bail that is tiered based on the crime, likelihood of reoffending, and will they show up for court.  Repeat offenders already out on bail or probation should be remanded.

Let’s take a few average JoeSixpacks in the court to decide if they agree with the bail recommendations?  That should be entertaining.  Put it on Pay Per View or have a live TV show vote.

Argh!

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POLITICAL: Here’s a lady ranting about human trafficking — who care who doesn’t want to hear it

https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/118/819/695/playable/c7220434ede8c9b5.mp4

Lara is asking important questions, you may not like how she asks them and the fact she is asking them; I love it. Bravery
Dr. Paul Alexander
Oct 26

# – # – # – # – #

There’s no transcript of @Laura Logan’s rant but in a nutshell she points to human trafficking of children across the border who then “disappear” to who knows where. 

That’s upsetting and outrageous.  These children are human beings and deserve to be treated humanely.

It also brings to mind Epstein’s and Maxwell’s “little black book of Clients” that has never been disclosed.

The Gooferment is immoral, ineffective, and inefficient. As well as untrustworthy. And, this lady needs o ur support to expose the truth.

Argh!

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POLITICAL: Repeal the 17th and use their Home State discipline them

https://savejersey.com/2022/10/report-menendez-under-investigation-again/?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=report-menendez-under-investigation-again

REPORT: Menendez under investigation… again?
October 26, 20221 min read Matt Rooney

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Allegations of unethical (or worse) behavior have dogged Bob Menendez for as long as he’s been in Washington. His 2017 bribery trial ended in a mistrial.

Is he under investigation… again?

According to Kadia Goba of Semafor, “[p]rosecutors in the Southern District of New York have contacted people connected to [U.S. Senator] Menendez in recent weeks” and “have sent at least one subpoena in the case.”

*** end quote ***

Remember when US Senators were held to high standards by their State Legislators?  One wiff of scandal or impropriety and they were recalled and replaced.

There also were no such things as “unfunded mandates”.

Argh!

Repeal the 17th and eliminate “carpetbagging” and cut some of the money going into elections!

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POLITICAL: The bureaucrats are not our friends and we shouldn’t trust anything they say

The Authorities Are Our Enemies
https://www.theburningplatform.com/2022/10/21/the-authorities-are-our-enemies/
Guest Post by Jim Kunstler

 — via my feedly newsfeed

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As if there has not already been enough official fuckery over the lab-birthed Covid-19 virus, the CDC’s Vaccine Advisory Committee voted on Thursday to add Pfizer’s and Moderna’s mRNA shots to its childhood vaccine schedule.

The vote was 15 to 0 — a final supreme gesture of contempt for the people of this land.

Had none of the committee members seen reports of mRNA-vaccinated children dropping dead from myocarditis induced by the vaccines? Or read about the effect of the vaxxes on the reproductive organs? Or the enhanced incidence of cancer? Or heard about the damage that the shots instigate in human immune systems? If not, that would be astounding. The news is all over the place (if not in the mainstream news media). Was any of this discussed in their deliberations? I don’t think so, but we may never know.

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Hopefully, “We, The Sheeple” will NOT “vax” anyone any more. It may take decades to get “the truth”.  Like JFK’s assassination, we may never know.

“I wouldn’t believe you, if your tongue came notarized.” … attributed to Judge Marilyn Milian, but may have an earlier history.

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POLITICAL: End “fossil fuels” is to end airline travel — absurd!

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/09/will_anyone_actually_like_it_if_biden_ends_fossil_fuels.html

Will Anyone Actually Like It if Biden Ends Fossil Fuels?
By Chris J. Krisinger

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President Biden’s avowed intention to “end fossil fuel” is — puns intended — an economic crash waiting to happen, and not just for air travel. For this nation and Americans to continue to derive the benefits of air travel, the president and his administration’s hostility toward the vital role fossil fuels will continue to play in this nation’s future must be permanently “grounded.”

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Like the recent Pepuls Republik of Kaliforkneeah diktat to end gas cars follow by another diktat not to charge them, here’s a path to ending air travel.

How stupid can the politicians and bureaucrats be?

Obviously, very,

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POLITICAL: Some ideas to get the Gooferment under control

https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/4092687/posts

The Worst Form of Government
9/12/2022, 9:27:23 AM · 17 of 17

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Excellent and very important points. At the very least there have to be more checks placed on power, at all levels. Term limits are essential, but is just one of many, many things that have to change.

As an incomplete but initial list I would place:

1. Strict irreversible term limits, with a cap on the total number of cumulative years in all offices combined (NO CAREER POLITICIANS, EVER). This should include heads of agencies etc., (e.g. no Anthony Fauci type careers).

2. Each and every agency has to have hiring done by a revolving citizens committee and cannot do their own hiring, ever. It’s an essential step to prevent a deep state bureaucracy.

3. No guaranteed government pensions. Every government employee should be on a 401K type plan like the rest of us.

4. All government salaries, at all levels should be determined by a public vote.

5. No city or region in the nation can have more than 2 government agencies, and the locations of those agencies should reflect the regional diversity of the nation.

6. Absolutely no insider trading of any type. Those holding federal office cannot hold or trade securities (etc.) unless done within a private trust that they have no input into or intimate knowledge of.

7. Voting must be done in person, except for the military, with at least 2 official forms of identification. Knowingly participating in fraudulent voting at any level is an automatic unappealable year in prison, at minimum.

These are just an initial list. There are many, many more things that have to be addressed and codified. In general, being in public office should have very, very few perks, and the fundamental principle that all in public office are employees who serve at the pleasure of the citizens needs to be front row and center and in the face of anyone who wants to pursue public office at any level. The stature of politicians should be no more than anyone else in society.

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And what makes anyone think that politicians and bureaucrats would ever allow this to pass into effect?

Argh!

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POLITICAL: Mandatory retirement age for politicians and bureaucrats? How about 70!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11197301/73-Americans-tired-GERONTOCRACY-want-age-limits-elected-officials.html

Three quarters of Americans are tired of the GERONTOCRACY and want age limits on elected officials, says a grim new poll for Biden, 79, Trump, 76, Pelosi, 82, McConnell, 80, and much of the Senate

  • 73 percent of adults want to set maximum age limits for elected officials
  • The most popular age limit is 70, poll shows
  • By this standard, President Joe Biden, 79, and Donald Trump, 76, are over the hill
  • The average age of senators at the start of the current Congress was 64.3 years 
  • The presidency is ‘monstrously taxing job’ for octogenarians, says strategist 
  • Round-the-clock news cycle makes politics a tough gig for the elderly

By James Reinl, Social Affairs Correspondent, For Dailymail.Com
Published: 11:57 EDT, 9 September 2022 | Updated: 19:23 EDT, 9 September 2022

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Nearly three quarters of Americans say they want a maximum age limit for elected officials, with roughly equal numbers of Republicans and Democrats agreeing to nudge elderly politicians into retirement, a new poll shows.

Overall, 73 percent of more than 2,000 adults surveyed by YouGov called for age limits. Among them, the most popular age to pension off officials was 70, favored by 40 percent of respondents.

The survey comes at a particularly elderly period in U.S. political life, led by such Democrats as 79-year-old President Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, 82, and the top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell, 80.

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Sounds like a good idea to me!

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POLITICAL: Politicians should only be able to take contributions from within their district

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/08/22/billionaires-spend-3-million-trump-endorsed-kelly-tshibaka-lisa-murkowskis-opponent/

Billionaires Spend $3 Million Against Trump-Endorsed Kelly Tshibaka, Lisa Murkowski’s Opponent
Wendell Huseb 22 Aug 2022

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Billionaires from the L.I.S.A. super PAC have donated nearly $3 million against Trump-endorsed Alaskan Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka, the opponent of establishment and pro-impeachment incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK).

L.I.S.A, which reportedly stands for “Leadership in a Strong Alaska,” only backs one candidate, Murkowski. The main PAC contributors are hedge fund managers Ken Griffin, John Arnold, and Louis Bacon, who, respectively, contributed $1.5 million, $500,000, and $50,000. “James and Kathryn Murdoch, the politically moderate heirs to the Murdoch media empire, have each given $250,000,” Forbes reported:

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I heard, on one of the many podcasts that I listen to, the idea that politicians should only be able to take campaign contributions from folks who can vote for them.

I like that idea.

Every politician should be required to post where their money comes from.

Maybe jackets like NASCAR?

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POLITICAL: Time to dismantle the FBI

https://spectatorworld.com/topic/fbi-rubicon-donald-trump-mar-a-lago-raid/

Law
Where is the FBI’s Rubicon? After the Mar-a-Lago raid, when will the public stop standing for this?
August 12, 2022 | 10:13 am
By Roger Kimball
Roger Kimball is the editor and publisher of the New Criterion, publisher of Encounter Books and a Spectator columnist and contributing editor.

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Everyone knows that in January 49 BC Julius Caesar, about to lead part of his army across the Rubicon river, said “Alea iacta est,” “the die is cast.” Except that, according to Plutarch, what he really said was “Ἀνερρίφθω κύβος,” “let the die be cast,” and he did not so much say it as quote it, since the already-proverbial line came from the Greek playwright Menander. Anyway, in bringing an army across the stream that separated cis-Alpine Gaul from Italy proper, Caesar had committed treason. In crossing the Rubicon he had crossed a line, sparking the civil war that engulfed Rome and formalized the end of the Republic that had, as Caesar himself noted, been dead in all-but-name-only for decades.

Contemplating the recent actions of our secret police, known to some as the FBI, I have often wondered where to locate their Rubicon. Was it when they conducted a dawn raid against Roger Stone, having been careful to alert CNN beforehand so they could be on hand to publicize the attack? Maybe it was when they burst into the apartment of Project Veritas’s James O’Keefe, throwing him out in the hallway in his pajamas, while they ransacked his home looking for a diary kept by Joe Biden’s daughter? Or perhaps it was when they arrested former Trump aide Peter Navarro, throwing him in handcuffs and leg irons before depositing him in jail? Or when they accosted the lawyer John Eastman and confiscated his cell phone? That seems to have become a favorite pastime of the FBI, seizing people’s cell phones. Just a couple of days ago, they took Representative Scott Perry’s phone. “But,” you point out, “Perry is a Republican and Trump ally. He has no property rights.”

*** and ***

But the question remains: will the American people accept that the FBI has become the Praetorian Guard for the regime? I don’t know. I hope not. Harvey Silverglate is right: given its history of lawless behavior, “it is remarkable that no sitting president has moved to abolish the FBI.” Of course, it won’t happen on Biden’s, er, watch (or during his naps). But one way or another, the FBI must be dismantled. “We need an entirely new agency,” as Silverglate observed, “and a director who has no history of having worked in or with the FBI. Agency culture is a powerful force, and if we are to have any success in ridding the nation of this menace, we best eradicate it completely and start over.”

“Eradicate it completely and start over.” I couldn’t agree more. Will this partisan assault on a once (and possibly future) president be the Rubicon we’ve been waiting for? Let’s see.

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It has definitely crossed the line and demonstrated that it’s now a political tool.  That’s what the Dead Old White Guys feared most — “private militias”.  Rogue “law enforcement”.  Tyrants with their “standing armies”.

It’s up to the next President and Congress to tear this agency down and, where important and salvageable, move components to appropriate places.  

#endthefbi

The Federal Gooferment needs to return to it’s very limited nightwatchman’s role.

It does that by eleimating whole Departments.  Education and Agriculture come immediately to mind.  Followed by the FDA, CDC, BATF, Homeland Security, and even the Department of Energy.

Argh!

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POLITICAL: Ron Paul has been proven right time and again

https://mailchi.mp/ronpaulinstitute/ronright?e=50cfeec56e

Covid RIP… and Ron Paul was Right.

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So yes, Dr. Paul was prescient in 1988 when he warned about the FBI as a political weapon – as we’ve seen it again used this week against a former US President. But he also simply understood the truth about the nature of government: that the more of it we have, the more temptation for the elites to bend power to better fulfill their end-goal of total control. Politics is about power. It is war by other means.

In a similar vein, and almost under the radar, the CDC just announced that everything they had been demanding and telling us for the past two plus years has been a lie. It doesn’t matter if you stand six feet away from people, it doesn’t matter if you are vaccinated or unvaccinated. You don’t need to quarantine. Kids can stay in school if someone around them has contracted the ‘rona.

The CDC and the thugs around them are pretending that this is something new, that they suddenly understand “the Science” better. They will not admit that they were lying and manipulating all along in pursuit of power and money.

But Ron Paul understood from day one. He saw what was coming and he put it all on the line to fight the totalitarian tide. He wasn’t armed with a crystal ball. He was armed with an understanding of truth: Power corrupts.

*** end quote ***

#endthefed

His largest unheeded warning was about the FED and its inflation.  It has really crippled the USA and perhaps the world.

“We, The Sheeple” needs to punish the D’s, the R’s, and the politicians and bureaucrats!

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POLITICAL: The D’s are raising taxes and giving corporate welfare — Remember in November!

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2022/08/05/one_democrat_senator_can_stop_middle-class_tax_hike_148004.html

One Democrat Senator Can Stop Middle-Class Tax Hike
COMMENTARY
By Akash Chougule — August 05, 2022

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Democrats are calling for a massive middle-class tax increase during an inflation crisis to pay for billions in corporate welfare. It sounds absurd, but it’s true.

The average American family will spend $5,520 more in 2022 to afford the same quality of life as 2021, and poll after poll shows rising costs are the nation’s biggest concern; yet Democrats in Congress are trying to raise taxes across the board to fund hundreds of billions in giveaways to politically-favored industries.

The so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” introduced by Sen. Joe Manchin in July is many things, but inflation reduction it is not. Analysis from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, which Manchin previously said is his budgetary model of choice, says that the $739 billion behemoth is unlikely to have any impact at all on inflation. Congress’ nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation says it will raise taxes on every income bracket above $30,000 per year. President Biden has repeatedly pledged he would not raise taxes on any family making less than $400,000, but the committee found that the middle class and low earners will face the steepest tax hikes under the proposal. Biden isn’t the only supporter willing to violate his commitments amid record inflation: both Manchin and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke out against tax increases during recession – notwithstanding the White House’s attempts to change the definition of the word for political gain.

*** and ***

Democrats claim these taxes are borne by corporations, but it is well established and agreed upon by economists – including left-leaning experts – that much of the burden of corporate taxation is borne by workers. Estimates vary, but the Congressional Budget Office found that workers bear about 73% of the cost. For low-income households, the burden of corporate taxation outweighs that of individual income taxes.

The damage to the economy would be broad even as Manchin insists on the limited scope of tax hikes. The five industries hardest hit employ one in every four American workers, or about 40 million people in total.

*** end quote ***

Remember in November!

Even if you have to hold your nose, the R’s — who are not much better are the party out of power — hence vote them in.  

You’ll have a chance to vote them out the next time around.

I’d rather a do nothing Gooferment than one party Gooferment.

Argh!

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POLITICAL: Nuking the Federal Department of Education sounds like a good start

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/08/01/watch-devos-doubles-down-on-eliminating-education-department-slams-administrative-state/

Watch: Betsy DeVos Doubles Down on ‘Eliminating’ Education Department, Slams Administrative State
Breitbart News
Breccan F. Thies
1 Aug 2022

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WASHINGTON, District of Columbia — Former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos reiterated her call to eliminate the Department of Education while calling out entrenched federal bureaucrats, the “vast majority” of whom, she said, are “actually working against you.”

“I think anyone who is serious about getting after the size and scale of the federal government has got to make this a very top tier issue going into the next cycle,” she said of plans circulating in conservative circles of firing potentially thousands of federal employees in a new Republican administration.

“I just think about the experience in the Department of Education and how formidable the bureaucracy is and how how difficult it is to advance policy in an environment where the vast majority of the individuals are actually working against you,” DeVos continued. “But that goes to the heart of the argument against the Department of Education, which again, I will reiterate, I think the department was created on a political payoff and we’ve seen the implications of that play out in the decades since then.”

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No doubt about the “political payoff” assertion.  Jimmie Carter made that deal.

An the “American Education System” has never recovered.

Nowhere in the Constitution is a “Department of Education” mentioned as a power granted to the Federal Gooferment.

What better way for a new President to start dismantling the Deep State than by eliminating a whole department with one fell swoop.

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POLITICAL: “Private” companies have become the propaganda arm of the party in power over the US Gooferment

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2022/07/27/bokhari-big-techs-blueprint-to-stop-a-red-wave-in-2022/

Bokhari: Big Tech’s Blueprint to Stop a Red Wave in 2022

Allum Bokhari 27 Jul 2022

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Republicans think a “red wave” is inevitable in November. But the Democrats still have one big advantage: the ever-tightening grip of Big Tech censorship, which will be used to prevent undecided voters from encountering even the most mainstream conservative news in the runup to the next election. Republicans will have a strong message — but what if voters are prevented from hearing it?

In the runup to the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Google completely suppressed Breitbart News from its search results. Compared to 2016, Breibart News went into the 2020 election with a 99.7 percent reduction in visibility for its links on Google search. The censorship was so severe, no-name blogs with plagiarized headlines and content would appear in search results before the original Breitbart News articles. On searches for the term “Joe Biden,” Google cut visibility on Breitbart News links to zero.

Then, a few weeks before the election, Big Tech teamed up to suppress one of the biggest stories of the cycle: the Hunter Biden laptop story. A post-election poll found that 17 percent of Biden voters would have reconsidered their decision had they been aware of the laptop story alone, not counting the hundreds of Breitbart News stories voters didn’t have access to due to Google censorship.

Biden’s margin of victory in three swing states was less than a percentage point, making tech censorship a pivotal factor in the outcome. There is no law preventing Silicon Valley from not only repeating this plan in 2022, but scaling it up to a massive level – and that’s exactly what they are doing. The groundwork is already being prepared, in a number of ways:

#1 “Independent” Watchdogs Downgrading Conservative Media — NewsGuard Discredits The Right

#2 Facebook Suppressing The News — If The Wrong Side Is Winning, Call Off The Game

#3 Taxpayer-Funded Censorship — NPR Creates Misinformation Bureau

#4 Regulatory Gridlock — No Recourse For Citizens

#5 The Institutionalization of Censorship — Facebook’s $150 Million ‘Oversight Board’

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Like the “misinformation” panic, the point of the Oversight Board is to give a veneer of process and legitimacy to Facebook’s suppression of non-progressive viewpoints.

Going into the 2022 midterm elections, if Silicon Valley gets its way, voters online will see only what the elites want them to see. That January 6 was the worst attack on democracy ever. That Republicans killed people by pointing out masks don’t work. That women in red states are being driven to coathanger abortions.

In short, Silicon Valley will ensure that the misinformation of the establishment gets a megaphone, while any conservative counterpoints are silenced. We already know from 2020 that this works. The question is, what are Republicans going to do about it?

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As a little L libertarian, “private companies” should just make a profit and stay out of politics.

In these examples (i.e., Disney, Google, Facebook, Big Media), they have become propaganda arms of the Big Left wing of the Democratic Party and using their control of Gooferment to silence their opposition. 

“We, The Sheeple” must recognize that the game is rigged and punish all involved.

As painful as it is, consumers must boycott Disney, Google, and Facebook.  Until they change their ways, they are PNG.

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POLITICAL: Regulation and speed cameras recommended; saaaftee or more money for Gooferment?

https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/why-us-roads-became-so-dangerous-and-what-to-do-about-it/#ftag=CAD590a51e

Brian CooleyYour guide to a better future
Cars
Why US Roads Became So Dangerous and What to Do About It
The answers may lie mostly in France, of all places.
Brian Cooley
July 23, 2022 5:00 a.m. PT

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Thanks in large part to in-car safety tech like airbags, antilock brakes, stability control and, more recently, automatic emergency braking, US traffic fatalities have generally been on a long decline since 1970. The 52,000 such deaths recorded 52 years ago shrank to 36,000 in 2019 even as the US population and vehicle miles driven both increased dramatically. But 2020 and 2021 saw the biggest spike in over 50 years to a total of almost 43,000 per year, turning the roadway fatality clock back to 2002. In short, something’s not working as well as it did.

“We need regulations related to vehicle design and street design,” says Yonah Freemark, senior research associate at the Urban Institute, a nonprofit think tank focused on urban mobility and equity. “Those two play a really important role in how likely people are to get killed in streets, especially pedestrians (and cyclists) that are struck by cars.”

Speed is a major factor in nearly a third of all roadway deaths. A solution that would likely raise the hackles of most US drivers is the increased use of still-rare automatic speed cameras that issue tickets autonomously and create an enforcement presence that no number of human officers can hope to replicate. But US drivers have been sufficiently vocal in their opposition to such enforcement tech that there are studies looking at the numerous cities that have removed their similar red-light cameras.
UK speed cameras above four lanes of traffic

Speed cameras are common in several countries outside the US, often using technology that calculates average speed of a given vehicle based on the time stamps when it passes two or more placeson the roadway.

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Here’s an idea — speed bumps (i.e., sleeping policemen).  Of course, that is unacceptable because the Gooferment doesn’t make any money out of them.

Why not?

Argh!

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POLITICAL: Biden spouts off and it appears to a “four Pinocchios” fib

https://www.theburningplatform.com/2022/07/11/bidens-dubious-tale-of-10-year-old-rape-victim-gets-dismantled/

Biden’s Dubious Tale Of 10-Year-Old Rape Victim Gets Dismantled
Via ZeroHedge

  • Last week President Biden regurgitated a single-sourced claim that a 10-year-old girl was raped and forced to cross state lines to get an abortion.

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Kessler notes what journalist Megan Fox pointed out days ago – that “Under Ohio law, a physician, as a mandated reporter under Ohio Revised Code 2151.421, would be required to report any case of known or suspected physical, sexual or emotional abuse or neglect of a child.”

“As a spot check, we contacted child services agencies in some of Ohio’s most populous cities, including Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton and Toledo. None of the officials we reached were aware of such a case in their areas.”

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There is no honesty left in the USA political scene.

At the very least, there’s something for Congress, Illinois bureaucrats, and Oho bureaucrats to investigate!

If true, it’s horrible. If not, it’s a criminal fraud upon “We, The Sheeple”

Shame on all involved.

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Now it comes out that it happened but no one reported it.

Doctors should lose their licenses.  Someone should go to jail for doing the act.

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POLITICAL: Could President Kamala be any worse?

https://nypost.com/2022/06/28/if-you-think-joe-biden-is-bad-just-imagine-president-kamala/

If you think Joe Biden’s bad, just imagine President Kamala …
By Piers Morgan
June 28, 2022

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Picture the scene:

It’s July 4, 2023, and President Kamala Harris is about to address the American people about Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Poland.

She’s been leader of the free world for six months since Joe Biden, implementing the 25th Amendment, abruptly resigned on the grounds of physical and mental incapacity after the Democrats suffered the worst midterm election mauling in history, losing 120 House seats and eight Senate seats.

This beat President Grover Cleveland’s long-held ignominious 1892 record of “biggest midterm wipe-out ever” and meant the Republicans seized back full control of Congress with paralyzing, agenda-wrecking majorities.

(It was reported that Biden fell into a spontaneous catatonic state after seeing the sheer size of his failure to persuade Americans he was doing a good job, though it took White House aides several days to realize he wasn’t acting normally.)

President Harris’ tenure in office has bordered on the miraculous, in that she has managed to be even worse than her predecessor — something political experts didn’t think was possible.

In fact, her presidency has been a catalog of calamities, dominated by woke-ravaged lunacy.

Her first decision was to make freshperson Congressperson Megan Rapinoe her vice president, saying how delighted she was to appoint the first gay woman to such high office — only for Rapinoe to wreck the historic moment by issuing a furious statement saying she now identified as a non-binary bisexual womb-carrier, so had never been so offended and was quitting before she even started.

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Well, since we know Slo Joe isn’t running things, who’s running the show now?

Maybe Kamala might be slightly better?

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POLITICAL: No DACA for felons!

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/06/17/ten-years-later-over-53k-illegal-aliens-given-daca-despite-arrest-records-including-for-murder-rape-kidnapping/

Ten Years Later: Over 53K Illegal Aliens Given DACA Despite Arrest Records Including for Murder, Rape, Kidnapping
John Binder — 17 Jun 20221

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Ten years ago, in 2012, former President Barack Obama created the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program via executive order that has allowed nearly 800,000 illegal aliens to evade arrest and deportation.

Standards for the Obama program were set so low that tens of thousands of illegal aliens with prior arrest records for crimes like murder, rape, and kidnapping were able to secure DACA status.

In 2018, then-President Trump’s administration released comprehensive data on DACA, previously hidden by the Obama administration, that revealed the extent to which the program had successfully helped shield criminal illegal aliens from arrest and deportation by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.

From 2012 to 2018, about 53,792 illegal aliens were awarded DACA despite having prior arrest records. Meanwhile, nearly 8,000 illegal aliens awarded DACA were later arrested for crimes, the data shows.fe

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This is more evidence that the Gooferment’s politicians and bureaucrats have a different agenda than “We, The Sheeple”.  If they are not going to enforce the laws, then why do we bother to pretend.

At the every least DACA should not cover felons.  And, probably not even those who make a “nuisance” of themselves. 

I don’t think anyone opposes immigration of hard working people seeking a better life; everyone else should be shipped “home”.

Argh!

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POLITICAL: The Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerzee is an example of “voter fraud” and has been for decades

https://www.dailysignal.com/2022/06/07/new-jersey-rolls-include-duplicate-centenarian-and-unborn-voters/?utm_source=TDS_Email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MorningBell&mkt_tok=ODI0LU1IVC0zMDQAAAGE4dOhuRnVz-5LNhv1Dk9VlSVRr810F2ghWuE62YvErlNDjqMF1GwmJksMY8MR9iT0XtiO91l8_pMZcj9EuPIGDZtIzXEiDZpzO9WuWKQoFfkjh-DD

LAW NEWS
New Jersey Rolls Include Duplicate, Centenarian, and Unborn Voters
Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / June 07, 2022

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New Jersey resident Patrick DePaola first registered to vote in June 1927. A 50-year employee as a printer for The New York Times, he died at age 105 more than a decade ago, in December 2010.

But DePaola, who lived in Bayonne, remains listed as an “active” voter and is among 2,398 registered voters in New Jersey who appear to be 105 or older.

That’s according to a new report by the election watchdog group Public Interest Legal Foundation, which notes that the average life expectancy in New Jersey is just under 81.

But ages in the Garden State get even more unusual, the report indicates.

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And both of the established “parties” are just fine with it.

Argh!

Maybe if we eliminate “voting” then we could get an honest count.

I’d like smaller subdivisions electing a representative.  Then that rep could cast the appropriate number of votes.  All building up to the 21 county reps voting for state wide offices. 

Not to hard to imagine.  Just impossible to get the oligarchy out.

Argh!

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POLITICAL: Using the Electoral College model to eliminate “democracy”?

https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/4065581/posts

GOP Candidate’s STATE-LEVEL Electoral College Idea Could Help Rural Areas — and Kill Vote Fraud
The New American ^ | May 21, 2022 | Selwyn Duke

Posted on 5/23/2022, 12:17:44 PM by Ebenezer

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In 2019, the Democrat-controlled Colorado Senate joined a liberal-state pact designed to eliminate our nation’s Electoral College system. Now a Colorado gubernatorial candidate is, far from just mounting a defense against this, taking the offense:

He has proposed instituting an electoral college within his state.

It’s an idea that not only could help rural Centennial State counties, but also could virtually neutralize vote fraud’s effectiveness. The Washington Examiner reports on the story:

One candidate in Colorado’s gubernatorial election has called for eliminating its one-person, one-vote approach in favor of a state-level electoral college….

Greg Lopez, a Republican candidate for Colorado’s governor, has pitched the idea of using an electoral college-based approach for statewide political office, arguing the current system favors large cities at the expense of more rural counties.

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The Dead Old White Guys hated “democracy”.  They saw the French Revolution mob chopping off heads.  

So this fellow seeks to have a similar construct to the Electoral College at the State level.

(I have no idea why the pundit class thinks that it’ll be unconstitutional. Since we have it at the Federal level.)

It would be interesting to try somewhere.  

The Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerzee has 21 counties and the “rural” ones are always out-voted by the corrupt city Democratic machines.  Imagine if each county got one vote tor governor regardless of the popular vote.  Might change the election calculus?

And, while we are at it, let’s repeal the Seventeenth Amendment (direct election of senators).  The old system was cheaper and gave the States their voice on unfunded mandates. 

Argh!

Not like any new idea will succeed until secession begins in earnest.

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