October 31, 2018

Pittsburgh, the Second Amendment, and the Exodus from Egypt

Jack Kemp

Howard Sachs has written an excellent blog piece concerning the shootings in Pittsburgh where he equates the leftist Jews who still want more gun control to those Jews who left Egypt with Moses and then wanted to return ot the security of being slaves back in Egypt. He also urged his fellow Jews (and Christians) to learn how to shoot guns and protect their places neighborhoods and places of worship. See here.

To this, I added a comment where I mentioned my writing on these topics at American Thinker over a decade ago.

My Comment:

In 2006, I wrote a blog piece at Amer. Thinker criticizing The Jewish War Veterans for their joining an ACLU lawsuit against a metal cross in a Federal park in La Jolla, California. In that piece and in reply to Ethel Fenig's rebutal piece criticizing me, I pointed out that the Jewish War Veterans would be better off organizing a defence against the then recent armed attack on a synagogue by a Moslem in Seattle that wounded four. The title of the blog piece was "Proof that there are Stupid Jews"  at this address.

One reader commented on either Fenig's rebutal piece critical of the cross in the park or my counter-rebutal piece by saying that we should be less concerned about Separation of Church and State than by Separation of Head and Neck. Some of you may have seen a poster online by the Jews for Preservation of Firearms Ownership. The poster says "All those in favor of gun control raise your right hand." The picture next to these words is of Adolph Hitler raising his hand in the Nazi Hitler salute.

It was high time for Jews to reconsider their allegience to a fantasy utopian Democratic Party worldview when I wrote in 2006 about this self-defeating leftish Jewish attitude in this country. It is also high time right now, especially after the delegates at the Democratic National Convention booed mention of Jerusalem and G-d. And, of course, after these Pittsburgh shootings.

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Radio City Rockettes'€™ new look for 2018 Christmas

Jack Kemp

And the show will include mini drones! They'll be lined up around the block for this, as it was when I was a kid. But with the Rockettes, you're always a kid.

Go to the website to see more photos.


Inside the Rockettes' new look for 2018 Christmas Spectacular

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Robert Mueller accused of Sexual Assault

Fay Voshell

Sent by a FB friend. If true, wow; just WOW.

BREAKING REPORT -- **EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTS** : Special Counsel and Former FBI Director Robert Mueller Accused of Rape By 'Very Credible Witness '

BREAKING REPORT -- **EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTS** : Special Counsel and Former ...
Special Counsel Robert Mueller was accused by a very credible witness today of rape at the St. Regis Hotel in Ne...

I guess we should have known Trump had something up his sleeve for an October surprise...

A Word from Tim:

This may well explain why Mueller has been so quiet of late - and why there have been no leaks just prior to the election.

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And now, for today's feel-good story -- maybe...

Dana Mathewson

More than 6,000 soldiers were in Reykjavik for four days participating in the Trident Juncture 18 - a NATO-led military exercise. After their drills, the troops reportedly visited the city's downtown bars, where they finished off the entire beer supply.

According to Icelandinc magazine Visir, the brewery Ölgerð Egils Skallagrímssonar had to send emergency beer casesto the bars.

Bar owners reportedly said they have never experienced a
situation similar to this before.

The soldiers first came in to the port on Wednesday night and left Sunday, but managed to drink the entire time they were visiting, Visir reported.

Now (Dana comments), if you ask me, this doesn't so much speak to Icelanders' beer drinking habits as it (probably) speaks to the fact that Icelanders tend to drink more of the "hard stuff." I have not the time now to verify this, but folks in cold countries can boast of many great spirits with which to ward off the cold. And frankly, drinking beer just means you have to pee more often.

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Catch this One!

Dana Mathewson

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/10/civil-war-on-the-left-part-63-mccaskill-ago nistes.php

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Excellent article: "Stop Using WWII symbolism, Democrats!"

Dana Mathewson

https://thehill.com/opinion/civil-rights/375693-With-cries-of-racist-and-Nazi-Democrats-be tray-our-history


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Other than the Shooter, Who Is Responsible for Synagogue Carnage?

Selwyn Duke

After the tragic Saturday shooting that claimed 11 lives at a Pittsburgh synagogue, there has been, lamentably, a predictable response.Seizing upon the incident, leftists are blaming President Trump and his supporters for creating a "climate of hate."In response to this and the notion that it justifies suppression of speech, others will say that only one man is responsible: mass murderer Robert Bowers.Yet there's far more to this matter than either position indicates.


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October 30, 2018

Cesar Sayoc and Stormy Daniels worked at the same Club

Jack Kemp

So the fake bomb maker and the fake publicity seeking short time sex partner of Donald Trump probably saw each other at work at a strip club.

I checked out Ultra Gentlemen's Club address on a map. It is just a few blocks south of Palm Beach International Airport. I flew to West Palm Beach to visit my late father many times and drove a rental car not far from this strip club.

Never a dull moment in the center of the 2000 Presidential Election recount (in a building 250 yards from my late dad's apartment in Century Village). And fairly close to the site of the William Kennedy Smith rape trial in the 1990s, based on events that happened at a party in the Kennedy Mansion, a party also attended by Ted Kennedy.


In a really strange turn of events, it has been discovered that bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc worked at Ultra Gentleman's Club in West Palm Beach, FL, the same strip club that Stormy Daniels performed at back in April, WPTV reported.

Sayoc worked as a DJ at the club on Thursday afternoon and was arrested on Friday.

According to the club's manager, Stacey Saccal, Sayoc had worked as a DJ for the past two months. She had received no complaints about him from other staff members and he seemed like a "nice guy."

Update: The Ultra Gentlemen's Club is also just east of...wait for it...the Trump golf course in West Palm Beach. The news is getting more and more like a weird screwball comedy from the 1930s. This is an update of "The Palm Beach Story" - but without Claudette Colbert or Joel McCrea.

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A rabbi serves up "the kosher political red meat" about Pittsburgh and much more

Jack Kemp

The money quote, as a rabbi serves up "the kosher political red meat" about Pittsburgh and much more

"And now, a dirtbag with a demented mind that actually led him to post on Facebook his hate of President Trump" he hates Trump because the sicko regards Trump as a "globalist" shoots at Jews in a Pittsburgh temple, and the Left media, the Democrats, and their hand-picked anti-Trump Jewish stooges get trotted out to blame President Trump"

The author:

Rabbi Dov Fischer, an attorney, adjunct professor of law, and contributing editor of The American Spectator, is a Senior Rabbinic Fellow at the Coalition for Jewish Values, congregational rabbi of Young Israel of Orange County, California...

The article:

Donâ€â„¢t Insult Me As a Rabbi by Blaming Your Political Enemies for Some Dirtbag Jew-Hater

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Hillary feels "in ways tired"

Jack Kemp

Hillary has officially become the over-the-hill version of Harold Stassen, the perennial GOP presidential candidate, today. What's next for Hillary? A political commerical featurning blackfaced white minstrels?

Hillary Clinton Jokes About Confusing Eric Holder with Corey Booker: "They all look alike"

From the article:

"Failed presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton and women's rights advocate Kara Swisher sat down for a live podcast and taping in New York City. The media has focused on Mrs. Clinton remarks: "I want to be president", which can be seen in the interview at 00:33:40.

However, there's also an alarming joke told by Clinton that reflects her tone-deaf racial perspective. At the 01:04:30 moment of the interview Ms. Swisher mistakes Corey Booker for Eric Holder and Mrs. Clinton replies: "I know they all look alike".


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Interesting comment from a contributor to Day By Day

Dana Mathewson

"The Grand Solar Minimum has begun and the 80+ year cold Sun could be worse than the Maunder Minimum when 40% of the population of Germany was gone by 1715. The subsequent poverty and desire to escape oppression meant a huge surge in immigration to the Crown colonies and brought a hundred thousand Scots from N. Erin to the Carolinas.

"Those are the lads that destroyed Major Ferguson at King's Mt thus destroying Cornwallis' campaign. The result¦ American Independence.

"Climate Change. It is the Cold Cycles you need to worry about."

I am slowly emerging from the throes of my malady and hope to soon be back up to speed. The first way of telling is, will I be able to spend time at the computer without going to sleep? I'm only a bit more than one day behind at reading accumulated e-mails. . .

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More on Gilder's Criticism of Google as Marxist

ack Kemp

This is a follow up to a previous post.

Notice the term "American thinker" with a small "T." It is not a reference to that well known website.

There is a link at the end of the article to a 38 minute interview of Gilder online.

JGoogle Repeats Marx's Errors, is usurping Human minds

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October 29, 2018

Trump and his supporters are being blamed for a climate of rage and hate – but here’s the truth

Dana Mathewson

Sorry for light blogging -- recovering from a cold that just won't go away (kind of like Hillary). I just found this excellent article on Fox News, by Steve Hilton.

Predictably, the establishment is blaming President Trump and his supporters for a climate of rage and hate.

But let's be honest, a lot of Americans have had a lot to be angry about for an awful long time

I'm thinking in particular of African-Americans whose long struggle for freedom may have been won decades ago but whose struggle for genuine equality and opportunity and dignity and fairness is a long way from over. A very long way.

I'm also thinking of working Americans, especially those outside the booming centers of the modern knowledge economy, whose economic security has collapsed, whose economic opportunities have disappeared and whose social fabric -- especially family and community -- has been ripped apart.

That's been going on since at least the early 1970s. That's nearly half a century.

This anger we're seeing,it didn't start with Donald Trump. I think it goes back at least a decade.

In 2008 you saw the elite bail themselves out while working people paid the price for their recklessness and incompetence.

And you saw a new tone enter our politics.

Before then we had presidents who, whatever their political views, made clear they loved America and loved Americans - all Americans

Then things changed, and you know when and with whom.

Remember when then-presidential candidate Barack Obama said on April 6, 2008, "They get bitter, and they cling to guns or religion.”

How about when his wife Michelle said this on February 18, 2008; "For the first time in my adult lifetime, I'm really proud of my country.”

We saw hate and divisiveness -- from the top. And remember, from the left, not the right. From the elitists, not the populists.

From Joe Biden who said this on September 15 recently at the Human Rights Campaign dinner, "They, not you, have an ally in the White House. This time they have an ally. There are small percentage of American people-virulent people-some of them the dregs of society.”

And of course from the queen of hate, the empress of divisiveness, Hillary Clinton, on September 9, 2016, we got this: "You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables."

I have never heard Republicans talk about fellow Americans like that. President Trump has never talked about fellow Americans like that.


I know this is true because I'm part of the elite. I sit at their dinner tables and hear how they speak.

So let's tell the truth about the roots of this rage.

I want to say something directly to my friends in the elite

This is not just about Trump. It's about you, too

The way you've shown no compassion for the casualties of your ideas, the human casualties of globalization, automation, centralization, and uncontrolled immigration.

Your ideas have destroyed people's jobs, devastated their families and communities. And then in 2016 when they cry out for help, you call them deplorable. As Eric Holder would say, you kick 'em.


Hear, hear, folks. This isn't one country, indivisible, anymore. You can decide for yourselves just when it broke, and who broke it, but I don't think you can deny that it's now broken.

And Donald J. Trump didn't break it! He was hired to try to put it back together again. Please, PLEASE go out on Election Day and help him do it!

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More on the Bluenabomber

Timothy Birdnow

Conservative HQ asks some questions about the Bluenabomber, Cesar Sayoc. Among them:

"In 2002, according to online court records from Miami-Dade County, Sayoc was charged with threatening to "throw, project, place, or discharge any destructive device.” The records don't detail the specific circumstances of the incident but a destructive device is described in the statute as a "bomb, grenade, mine, rock, missile, pipebomb or similar device.” Sayoc eventually was placed on one-year probation for the second-degree felony.

Multiple media reports claim he was registered to vote as a Republican, but after a Florida felony conviction that seems odd, given that Florida is so strict about felons losing their voting rights that a constitutional amendment is on the ballot this year to change the current law.

Sayoc lost his Fort Lauderdale home in a foreclosure in September 2009, according to court records reported by USA Today. He filed for bankruptcy protection in June 2012. The court records in that case state he had just $4,175 in assets, including a 2001 Chevy Tahoe with 285,000 miles, and $21,109 in liabilities.

According to media reports Sayoc has been out of work since January, his last job being a pizza deliveryman. Where did the pristine new white van covered in custom made Trump stickers that has figured so prominently in the establishment media’s coverage of Sayoc come from?"

End excerpt.

Good questions, indeed. How WAS this guy a "registered Republican" while being a felon? How did he buy that spiffy new van?

And why didn't the media report he had been a registered Democrat before becoming a Republican, or that his mother was active in Democratic politics?

The Sayoc bombings do not pass the smell test.

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Paypal cuts off Gab

Timothy Birdnow

The Internet used to be open. That was the wonderful thing about it; there were no censors, no regulators, no thought police. It was just a place to exchange ideas, a wild west free-for-all, sure, but we needed such a thing. But in recent years a few companies have taken almost complete control of the Internet. Those companies - Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon - now regularly censor voices they do not like and ban those with whom they disagree.

"Hard cases make bad law" according to an old legal maxim.

That's why this is such a bad thing; Paypal, one of the critical tools for making and collecting payments and donations online, has banned the Twitter competitor Gab.

An interesting point; Peter Thiel, one of the investors who helped make Facebook into the Titan that it is, came from Paypal. Thiel clearly has a conflict of interest here; Facebook has every reason to seek the destruction of Gab and now has the means. Thiel will profit from this.

Look Facebook already owns Instagram, the primary alternative social media platform. Gab was trying to break into a tight market, and now Paypal is helping Facebook kill Gab.

Gab was the social media platform employed by Robert Gregory Bowers, the man who recently murdered over a dozen people at a synagogue in Pennsylvania. Paypal is cutting them off, ostensibly for allowing Bowers to spew anti-Semitic messages. But Bowers never made open threats as far as I can tell. And without that Gab pretty much was hamstrung, especially as they wish to be what Facebook used to be before the Left Wing began censoring it. Paypal has never dropped Facebook even though left wing radicals have repeatedly made threats on the social network.

Gab also lost its' web platform host Joyent and another payment processor Stripe.

Gab founder and CEO had this to say:

"Twitter and other platforms police ‘hate speech’ as long as it isn’t against President Trump, white people, Christians, or minorities who have walked away from the Democratic Party,”

End excerpt.

And he's vowing to remain online despite efforts to kill his platform.

The big giants in tech have a vested interest in cutting out competitors. What we have these days is a cartel, a corporatist structure run by a few companies. They seem determined to keep it that way - and to prevent conservative voices from being heard. The Left has always sought hegemony over the dissemination of information. They used to own the newspapers and the television stations, and that was just fine. They complain of "rancor" starting with the loss of that hegemony in the '80's, because they lost the ability to manipulate the public. The internet was a large part of that loss of power. Sadly, leftists in Silicon Valley have labored for a long time now to put the genie back in the bottle.

Congress should investigate this.

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Pennsylvania Court Gerrymandering allowed to Stand

Timothy Birdnow

The supposedly conservative Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by Pennsylvania Republicans to reinstate a congressional district map they drew up that was struck down by the state's supreme court.

According to Reuters:

"A new state electoral map, devised by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court after it invalidated the Republican-drawn districts in January, is seen as giving Democrats a better shot at gaining seats in the U.S. House of Representatives in the Nov. 6 congressional elections in which President Donald Trump’s fellow Republicans are seeking to retain control of Congress.

The case involves a practice called partisan gerrymandering in which electoral maps are drafted in a manner that helps one party tighten its grip on power by undermining the clout of voters that tend to favor the other party. The high court in June failed to determine whether partisan gerrymandering violates the U.S. Constitution after hearing high-profile cases from Wisconsin and Maryland."

End excerpt.

So, what is the point of winning elections at the state level if courts will simply nullify the results? Part of the reason we have a federated system - where state governments matter in equal measure to the central government - is to guarantee this sort of thing. Redistricting is a part of the sytem of checks and balances implemented by the Founding Fathers. They WANTED to make it possible for the winners of elections to control the electoral maps. This gives the state legislatures power over the Federal governemtn. It is another example of judicial activism that they simply overturn the will of the People and impose their own agenda.

When the Left loses it cheats. This is just another way of placing their meaty thumbs on the scales.

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George Gilder on Google Marxism's collapse

Jack Kemp

George Gilder On The Coming Collapse Of Google Marxism

From the article:

"George Gilder's new book Life After Google points to the fundamental problem with tech companies built on the Google model: their economic assumptions are basically Marxist. Marx believed that capitalism had already done what good it could do for the world by erasing the feudal system and creating the industrial revolution. Capitalism had solved the supply of wealth question, leaving the distribution of wealth as the only remaining unsolved economic problem.

What he and his generations of acolytes did not see was the emergence of the information revolution. Now that the information revolution has begun, Marxism 2.0 appears. Information technology is about to supplant human minds, we're told; so, therefore, humans have nothing useful to do but to sit back and collect the dividends of this new age of abundance. The dividends come in the form of Universal Basic Income. There will be no room for human labor, except for the few titans who are the founders of the new system of the world. The AIs will drive the cars (not need for cab drivers) which they also build (hence Tesla's extremely expensive emphasis on automation) and do pretty much every other job. After all, can the great mass of deplorables surpass the glories of AI and Big Data and the Messianic emergence of The Singularity? The AI will take care of us, our job simply to submit to the inevitable. Seem kind of nuts to you? Me too. But serious people are having (what they think are) serious conversations about this stuff. They've already skipped over the hard (actually impossible) part where they make computers which reproduce and then exceed human minds, and gone on to planning for the post-human-economy social system.

It's not just that theoretical and policy economic assumptions of the Google model are socialistic; socialist presuppositions went into the real-world construction of the Google business model. Free stuff is at the core of the Google model, because it was first at the core of the academic world out of which the Google founders emerged. Google doesn't charge its users. There is no price for using the search engine, or Gmail or the map app, or even the analytics tool. It's all free. Or at least it is as free the actual reality principle TANSTAAFL allows, which means there really is a price. The price is the dearest price of all: our time and attention. Free means we give them little bits of our mind one moment at a time as we watch their ads.

The Google/Facebook model is a step backwards in terms of economic efficiency, because it's a form of barter model. In barter, most proposed offers to trade turn out to be unsuitable, and therefore were wasted effort. Likewise most ads are a waste. What percentage of the ads that you see do you click on? What percent of the small subset of ads that you click on do you use to purchase a product? Purchases, actual value-creating matches, are a small fraction of a small fraction of ads. That's an engine that's mostly slippage, with only a small minority of expended energy translated into drive.

The illusion of 'free' served a business purpose appear to give something away for free and you can dominate the market.

Read the rest!

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How about a free trip to Jerusalem, Israel?

Jack Kemp forwards this:

NetZero Message Center



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HOA v. Trump Sign

Jack Kemp forwards this.

From the article:

"In the 2000s, the Parkers thought they were buying their dream home. It was advertised at an excellent price and came with customizable options. The home was located in Peoria, Arizona, adjacent to Phoenix. The development was new, with an HOA managed by a management company.

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October 28, 2018

Bluenabomber was a Democrat before he was a Republican

Timothy Birdnow

Judi McLeod fleshes out details of the Bluenabomber story in a fine piece at Canada Free Press.

From the article:

"The van with its collage of Trump decals would be considered as evidence, but as quickly as you could shout "Hillary!”, some media-savvy people were not buying into it:

"Here’s the suspected MAGA bomber’s van.” (@mike_58stingray)

"Nice wrap job on the vinyl decals. Not a hint of fading from the intense Florida sunshine.

"Note no vandalism. You can’t even wear a MAGA cap without triggering the Left.

"Why then is this van, covered by a blue tarp, so pristine?”

Good question Mike, even though it will likely never be answered.

End excerpt.

She notes that the alleged perp, Cesar Sayoc, was a registered Democrat until this year:

"In fact, as the Washington Examiner reveals:"He registered as a GOP voter 11 days before the 2016 Florida primary and early-voted in Miami-Dade County for the 2018 midterm election primary.”

"While the mainstream media quickly labels Cesar Sayoc as a bona fide, Trump-loving, conservative Republican, social media and internet investigation shows the alleged, "MAGA Bomber” listed as a registered Democrat since 1980, (only changing to Republican in 2016,) and reveals multiple social media posts hating Republicans and the GOP, bashing George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, posting photos of Bush and Cheney as "war criminals,” and praising Code Pink, "liberal women,” as "the beautiful women of the world.” And that’s only the beginning. (Shad Olson Show, Oct. 26, 2018)"

End excerpt.

Judi goes on to link the Shad Olson Show, which has photos of the Trump Mobile sans any Trump paraphernalia. Seems like someone went to a lot of trouble decaling that van - as if to say "look at me...I'm a huge Trump fan and a mad bomber."

Read the entire article.

This story is prime fake news.

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