Who decides whether your sick child lives or dies? You or the hospital?

The more power the state takes over health decisions the more we will see of this sort of thing. Make no mistake. For the most part you are not a human in the eyes of the state. At least that is true if you are not powerful. No, you are a number to be managed.

Source: Who decides whether your sick child lives or dies? You or the hospital?


Completely unacceptable that the parents aren’t in control. Sarah Palin was correct about “death panels”!

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Pennsylvania Dem Candidate Calls For Gun Ban

Democrats are odd creatures. In my experience, they get bent out of shape when you talk about how their party wants a gun ban of any sort. Then, you get candidates like Scott Wallace in Pennsylvania. This Democrat very openly wants a ban on certain guns, and he even says so .

Source: Pennsylvania Dem Candidate Calls For Gun Ban


There is no doubt what the liberal left agenda is for everything, it’s Gooferment control. Then, the next step is genocide.


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The Pension Crisis Gets A Catchy Name: “Silver Tsunami”

Authored by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com, Pensions really are in crisis, but the story is so full of large numbers, obscure projections, and dry terms like “unfunded liabilities” that not many people are paying attention. The same is true for a lot of other big trends out there, which is why those sounding the alarm eventually settle on pithy/scary (if not always accurate) terms to get people’s attention.

Source: The Pension Crisis Gets A Catchy Name: “Silver Tsunami”

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WSJ: “Stormy Weather” — should have a blog category “who cares”! HBDC


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Stormy Weather 

Confidential documents obtained by the Journal for the first time tie President Trump’s flagship holding company to the continuing effort to silence a former adult-film actress who says she had an affair with Mr. Trump. A Trump Organization lawyer, Jill A. Martin, is listed as counsel in an arbitration demand for Essential Consultants, a Delaware company formed by Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer and used to pay $130,000 to Stephanie Clifford in exchange for her silence, according to Feb. 22 arbitration documents filed in Orange County, Calif. At issue is a high-profile battle between Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer and Ms. Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels. Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump’s lawyer, has obtained a temporary restraining order against Ms. Clifford in the arbitration to stop her from talking about an alleged 2006 sexual encounter with Mr. Trump. Ms. Clifford has asked a judge to declare the nondisclosure agreement invalid. The White House and Mr. Cohen have sought to distance the president from the porn-star pact and payment. Mr. Cohen has maintained he was acting on his own and has called it a “private transaction.” Mr. Cohen and White House representatives have denied any sexual encounter took place between Mr. Trump and Ms. Clifford.

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Between the sexual revelations of Ike, JFK, and Clinton, the national naiveté about the alley cat morals of “presidents” is assuredly “buffed out”.

The national left-wing media is so obsessed with bring DJT45 down a few notches that the see nothing else. 

And, how come we NEVER hear about BHO44 dating life? Or even his college records? 

No, their selective myopia makes them almost completely unreliable.

About the only President who was honest about sex was Jimmy Carter.


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My new response to stuff that I don’t care about.

Honey Bear Don’t Care

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RANT: Twitter is evil

I recommend: UNDERCOVER VIDEO: Twitter Engineers To “Ban a Way of Talking” Through “Shadow Banning,” Algorithms to Censor Opposing Political Opinions https://www.projectveritas.com/2018/01/11/undercover-video-twitter-engineers-to-ban-a-way-of-talking-through-shadow-banning-algorithms-to-censor-opposing-political-opinions/ by @Project_Veritas

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WSJ: Survival comes from pre-planning



“Why are we the only ones going this direction? Are we digging our own grave?”

Eli Monroe, 34, on choosing a route to escape the deadliest wildfires in California history. We chronicle how the fires, which have left more than 40 people dead, have forced thousands to make similar, split-second decisions. Officials said Sunday that easing winds would help firefighters.

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One thing that “preppers”, survivalists, and plain old “industrial strength” corporate Disaster Recovery (DR) planners do is: (1) itemize the risks that you might face in the future; (2) weigh relative probability of all the possible “disasters”; and (3) continually develop, test, and update plans for when those “disasters” happen.

Strategies — for example: shift to an alternative location, mitigate the risks, create alternatives — are just unique approaches in response to a “viewpoint” to a particular risk. Interesting is that a single strategy can mitigate multiple risks.

Tactics — for example: having a “bug out” bag ready, having a “get out of Dodge” kit in your car trunk, having a “cache” at a secondary location — are all slight variations of the same thing. AND, once again, they can service several alternatives at the same time.

One mistake that CEOs, CFOs, Board of Directors, and IT leadership make is that the don’t test realistically and completely are “blind” to the “ground truth” that their EXPENSIVE DR plans are worthless. And they don’t want to hear it.

Don’t you make their mistake!

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