July 08, 2018

NARAL Mad they couldn't Abort Illegal Alien Children

Timothy Birdnow

The National Abortion Rights Action League is indignant over the Trump policy of putting minor children in resorts, er, protective custody until their gate crashing parents can have their asylum cases adjudicated.

According to Life Site News: more...

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McConnell Promoting the Second Coming of Souter for SCOTUS

Timothy Birdnow

The new frontrunner for SCOTUS is an illegal alien lover and Constitution waffler, According to reports in Breitbart.

From the article: more...

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July 07, 2018

Once again, Madeleine Albright shows why we call her "Not-So-Bright"

Dana Mathewson

You can't make this stuff up.


Maybe this woman was Hillary's role model as SecState? more...

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The Fix is in - but should it be?

Dana Mathewson

Good article. If you asked me, I'd say the Democrat Party (or every member thereof) needs to be "fixed," as in, what we often do to dogs and cats.

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The Hunt for Red Ocasio-Cortez: Rich White Liberal

Dana Mathewson sends this our way courtesy of Urgen Agenda

From the Daily Caller: more...

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In Jersey you no longer have to get your equipment wacked to change sex

Timothy Birdnow

New Jersey, the armpit of America, has gone all out non-binary, allowing transvestites to legally alter their birth certificates to reflect whatever "gender" they feel is appropriate at the moment.

According to the Christian Post article: more...

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Are We are Aren't We Sliding into Civil War?

Timothy Birdnow

Bruce Thornton argues we are nowhere near a civil war at Front Page Mag.

He makes a good try at it but seems to miss some key points.

He argues:

"Any claims that we are living on the brink of civil conflict inflamed by violent political rhetoric must answer the question, compared to when? The Sixties and Seventies saw urban riots that killed hundreds, wounded thousands, and caused millions of dollars in damages. Politically motivated kidnappings and shootouts were endemic. The 1968 protests at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago featured televised vicious battles between the police on one side, and antiwar protestors and left-wing groups like the Yippies and Students for a Democratic Society on the other. A jumpy national guard contingent killed four student protestors at Kent State. During this same period, thousands of bombings from a plethora of radical groups took place ––according to a 1970 Senate investigation, more than 4,300 just between January 1969 and April 1970, killing 43 and inflicting $22 billion in damage. And presidential primary candidate Robert Kennedy and civil rights icon Martin Luther King were assassinated. "

End excerpt.

Did Thornton miss the televised riots in Ferguson? They went on for weeks, stoked by a leftist media, and much of that up-and-coming gentrifying community was laid waste. A lot of people were injured. Ditto Baltimore. Ditto New York. etc.

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Judicial Watch files Ethics Complaint against Maxine Waters

Jack Kemp forwards this:

Judicial Watch Files Ethics Complaint Against Waters For Inciting Violence

From the Townhall article:

Judicial Watch filed an ethics complaint against Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) over her recent speech that encouraged the harassment of Trump administration officials in public.

In a hand-delivered letter to the chairman and co-chairman of the House Office of Congressional Ethics, Judicial Watch asked for an investigation into whether the California Democrat "violated House ethics rules by encouraging violence against Trump administration Cabinet members.”

Last month, Waters told a crowd: "If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them! And you tell them that they are not welcome, anymore, anywhere.”

Read the rest at Townhall.

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Trump hires "Dave's accountant"

Jack Kemp

It seems that life is following art - in a good way.

As I previously pointed out here  http://tbirdnow.mee.nu/they_knew_in_1993_about_the_washington_swamp ; the 1993 movie "Dave"

In 1993, a movie called "Dave," about a small businessman who looked exactly like the President and brought from the Midwest to Washington to "play" the President while the real one underwent an operaton. Dave from the Midwest brought his local accountant, played by Charles Grodin, to Washington to help him conduct budget hearings and actually try to balance the budget. Grodin said a line that made me and many others in the audience cheer and applaud as he summarized his review of the Federal Budget by saying, "Who does these books? I mean if I ran my business this way, I'd be out of business."

And now, days after this Aviary post, we have an article by Brian McNicholl, about how the Trump Adminstration has done "the first ever agency wide audit of the Department of Defense."


Among McNicholl's reporting are these items:

It previously had revealed through reports from the Office of the Inspector General that the Army had posted $6.5 trillion in accounting discrepancies in 2015, and from the Defense Logistics Agency – the procurement arm of the U.S. military – that it can’t account for $800 million in spending on construction projects.

Recently, we’ve found the Air Force seems to have awarded a multi-million dollar contract to a South Korean aviation firm with a lengthy history of fraud.

Nine executives at Korea Aerospace Industries, including former CEO Ha Sung-yong, were indicted last year on charges of bribery, embezzlement and defrauding the South Korean government. Prosecutors charged the then-CEO created a slush fund through a subcontractor and used it to bribe politicians and military leaders.


This is far from the first time the Department of Defense has done business with vendors who had been accused of fraudulent practices.

Another defense contractor, Kuwait-based Agility Logistics, held a contract worth $8.6 billion for supplying food to the U.S. military during the Iraq War.

In 2005 a former business partner and cousin of the company’s founder Tarek Sultan told authorities of Agility’s theft of millions of dollars from the U.S. government. The Department of Justice found Agility had presented false claims for payment, inflated prices and overcharged the U.S. for warehousing and distribution. Agility also used costlier vendors that would provide them a prompt payment discount, then failed to pass along rebates as required by contract.

Agility had been indicted for fraud against the United States and supposedly was forbidden to bid on new Defense Department contracts, yet it received a $40 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency in 2015, and, in 2017, the government agreed to settle the matter for cash and a single misdemeanor charge.

Agility was represented by Stephen Ryan, a D.C. lobbyist with connections in the highest levels of government.


I urge you to read the entire article above.

This type of information should have been made public years ago. And I don't delude myself into thinking that these type of questionable practices only happened under the administration of Democrat Barack Obama. I suspect there is a long history of this neglegence going back decades. A proper audit would have saved the Defense Department a literal fortune that could have been used for everything from better weapons systems to better PTSD care to buying closed burn pits on Iraqi and Afghan U.S. military bases so that service men and women wouldn't have to breath in open burn pit poisoned smoke, as detailed in the book "The Burn Pits" by Joseph Hickman, a Marine and Army (Intelligence) veteran and Senior  Research Fellow at Seton Hall University. The Aviary previously reported on Hickman's book and speech at a special presentation by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.

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July 06, 2018

Black St. Louis Leaders Snub Arch Reopening - Hold their own Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Timothy Birdnow

More evidence that America is dissolving into a a balkanized society.

The St. Louis Gateway Arch has been closed for maintenance and renovations, and on July 3 a grand reopening was held. A new Museum of Westward Expansion was opened, and almost immediately a controversy erupted #Archsowhite because black people did not bother to show up for the dedication.
So what happened? The Arch held a separate ribbon cutting for blacks!

I kid you not. more...

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Paul Manafort in the Hole; Put in Solitary to Torture Him into Helping Mueller

Timothy Birdnow

Paul Manafort is being held in solitary confinement in an effort to force him to crack and purger himself to aid Robert Mueller. According to Fox News: more...

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Democrat Bullies Force Out EPA Chief Pruitt

Timothy Birdnow

The Left claims a scalp.

Scott Pruitt, who has done a magnificent job as EPA administrator, rolling back the radical regulatory edicts coming out of the Obama (and before that Bush) Administration and restoring EPA to it's proper role, has been forced to resign over scurrilous false charges of corruption.

According to Fox News: more...

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Dems Paying Price for Obama Arrogance

Dana Mathewson

Good article and good analysis. Something to send to all your liberal friends. *) laughing

Main point: Obama should have talked Ginsburg into retiring from the court, then he'd have been able to pick her replacement.

Jack Kemp adds:

Yeah, talking an egomaniac like Ginsburg into retireing early would have been about as easy as selling roller coaster ride tickets to 8 month pregnant women. It wasn't going to happen. Ginsburg would, among other things, considered it the Patriarcy trying to impose its will on a senior woman.

A cabinet meeting to discuss this would have gone something like this two minute Youtube clip. Substitute the words "Democratic Party" for the word "Pepsi" and you have the speech that would have occured if Obama asked Ginsburg to resign.

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Independence Day Humor

Dana Mathewson

Including the greatest cheeseburger ad of all time, a VERY good rendition of the National Anthem, and some other good stuff.


Who knew that about Alexander Hamilton?

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Conservative graduate who posed with gun in viral photo fires 'big scary rifle' in video

Dana Mathewson

I'm sure the AR-10 is related somehow to the AR-15 (AR denotes the manufacturer, or at least the designer, Armalite). This young lady has appeared in more than one Power Line Week in Pictures and I'll bet we'll see this in there too.


That nice little popgun the babe was shooting is a mean machine indeed, and I really wanted to know what it was all about myself. So here's the skinny: https://www.dailyshooting.com/ar10-vs-ar15/

Just so you'll know. If you want to buy one, I doubt you'll find either at Dick's Sporting Goods.

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And, in the latest "Climate Change" boondoggle news

Dana Mathewson

Climate Bandits Fall to Infighting

I love the last sentence! Don't you just love what our president is (not) doing?

A taste:

"Hence, the Paris Climate Accord, building in previous pledges, promised $100 billion a year

in "climate assistance” through a UN-run "Green Climate Fund.” The Paris Climate Accord never specified which nation should pay, or how much, but you can guess who most people want to write the big checks. And guess what Trump has said? Actually you don’t need to guess at all.

Well guess what? Hardly anybody is coughing up the promised cash"

Read the whole article at Powerline.

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Dem Ocasi-Cortez stole tips as a waitress

Jack Kemp

Some Westchester-Bronx Hispanics are more equal than others, it appears.

Ex co-worker no fan of Democrat darling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

From the article:

"But one waitress has a bad memory of working with Ocasio-Cortez, 28, as Ocasio-Cortez tended bar during the very busy Cinco de Mayo celebration in 2017.

At the end of the night, when it came time to split the $560 in tips she had gotten at the bar, Ocasio-Cortez gave the waitress only $50. After the waitress complained to her manager, her take was doubled to $100, a source said.

"It says so much about her character,” said my source. "From that point on, I wouldn’t talk to her. I couldn’t look at her.”

Ocasio-Cortez couldn’t be reached for comment."

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Limp Wristed; Guardian writer stopped working out, can't open Pickle Jar because of Trump

Dana Mathewson

Time for a pity party for this writer?

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July 05, 2018

Facebook Bans Declaration of Independence

Timothy Birdnow

Facebook, in its bid to censor speech with which it does not agree, has removed the Declaration of Independece as hate speech.

You can't make this up.

From the Breitbart article: more...

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4th of July zombies

Jack Kemp

Calfornia beachgoers don't understand 1776. On Youtube

[link=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Be9f7Ovgg San Diego, CA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMlXavsjbjs Santa Monica, CA

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