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  2. The Daily Caller June 28 2019 Google is trying exceptionally hard to make the company inclusive to people of all backgrounds and identities, recently released memos from the company make clear. The real memos from Google headquarters show an open-minded and inclusive environment with truly socially ___________________________________________________________________________________ I don't know if I should or
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  5. Click below for related audio: Click below for related story: Click below for related story: Click below for related story: Click below for related story: Click below for related video: Click below for related story: Click below for related story: This Thread Brought To You By The Letter T: (Thank you, cartoonist Rex May) In Case You Missed It Dept.: Detroit held two Democratic debates this week as twenty presidential candidates railed against the status quo. America's class system is the weirdest devised by any society. We're the only country in history where the rich and the famous starve themselves and the poor weigh four hundred pounds. President Trump's attack on Elijah Cummings' squalid West Baltimore district is a recitation of rat infestation and high crime rate detailed by the Baltimore Sun and PBS. Trump said nobody wants to live in Baltimore now, and thanks to the murder rate, many of their dreams are coming true. National Geographic published an article on the success of wild animal sanctuaries in East Africa and how many previously-threatened species are now thriving in Africa. I learned from the article that a group of baboons is called a Congress. I guess it doesn't matter where they are located. The Democratic presidential candidates fanned out to Iowa and New Hampshire and South Carolina where they campaigned hard for young adults. It's fun to watch Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders competing for the Millennial voters. Their combined age happens to be a Millennium. Joe Biden led the other Democratic candidates by a big margin in polls following Wednesday's debate followed by Kamala Harris. Both campaigns have decided to flood the social media most used by their followers. Last week, Kamala Harris joined Instagram while Joe Biden joined Telegram. The Democratic presidential candidates ended their pitch to the voters with an appeal for donations from supporters. I thought it was brilliant at the end of the debate when the other candidates gave their website addresses and Joe Biden gave his offshore retirement account number. The El Paso shooter drove to El Paso from Dallas to carry out his shooting of Hispanics at the WalMart in a blind racist rage Saturday. In an unintended way, the shooter may have proved his point, that we can't let asylum seekers and war refugees into the U.S. It's too dangerous for them here. The White House condemned the culture of gun violence and the hatred behind the motives of mass shooters. All day long, cable TV news focused its coverage upon the body count from the shootings in El Paso and Dayton. The Mayor of Chicago promised they'll do better next weekend. President Trump was scheduled to fly to El Paso and begin the job of consoling all the victims he can of El Paso's and Dayton's shooting sprees. Imagine how Chicagoans felt. Chicago tallied seven murdered and forty-nine wounded and still finished third in the Central Division. USA Today covered the candidates at the Iowa State Fair where they got engaged in a bidding war. Liz called Trump a racist, then Biden called Trump a white supremacist, then Beto O'Rourke called Trump a Nazi. I think whoever calls him the anti-Christ first will get the nomination.
  6. PJ Media There's a developing rift between younger and older black voters that could affect the 2020 presidential race and beyond. CNN: Overall, our last three CNN polls have Biden at 44% among black voters. No one else is anywhere close; Harris is in second at 14%. Biden's big league advantage in these polls is similar to the Fox News poll. However, Biden's standing drops to 36% among black voters under the age of 50. This is lower than the 51% he has among black voters aged 50 and older. This is not to suggest younger black voters would vote for Trump in any great numbers. But there is a definite lack of enthusiasm for Biden among blacks under the age of 30: Our model suggests that Biden's support probably drops to below 30% among voters under the age of 30. It also suggests that the former vice president's support is likely closer to 60% among black voters age 70 and older. That is, his support probably doubles between the youngest and oldest Democrats. The trend has been noticeable since the 2016 Democratic primaries: Back in the 2016 Democratic primary, the age gap was huge. Hillary Clinton won the black vote with somewhere around 75% in 2016. This large vote share came primarily from black primary voters older than 30. She took 70% among black voters ages 30 to 44, 85% from those ages 45 to 59 and 89% from those 60 years and older. Blacks under the age of 30 actually went for Sanders by a 52%-to-47% margin. There has been a gradual falling away from the Democratic Party that appears to be accelerating with the younger generation: This age gap is partially a reflection of party identification. Biden does better among Democratic black primary voters who self-identify as Democrats than he does among those who call themselves independents. For Sanders, it's the reverse -- just as it was in the 2016 primary. Younger black Democratic primary voters are much more likely to call themselves independents than older ones, according to an aggregate of the last three CNN polls. Among black Democratic primary voters under 50 in our aggregated dataset, 68% say they are Democrats. About a third (32%) say they are independents. For those older than 50, 86% call themselves Democrats. Only 14% call themselves independents. Quite simply, Democrats need black votes to defeat Donald Trump in 2020. They are virtually assured of getting 90 percent of that vote. But unless black voters turn out in about the same numbers that voted for Barack Obama, they are not likely to win. As a bloc, they are critical to the Party's success -- or failure. ________ No longer as exploitable as they were?
  7. Daily Caller Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said he expects the inspector general’s report into FBI surveillance of the Trump campaign will be “ugly and damning” for the agency and the Department of Justice. “I want it all out. I want people to see how off the rails this investigation got, and I want people to be held accountable,” Graham said in an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo.” Since March 2018, Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz has investigated whether the FBI and DOJ misled the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in applications for wiretap warrants against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. (RELATED: DOJ Watchdog Interviewed Christopher Steele In June) Horowitz told Congress June 25 he had completed the investigation and was in the process of writing a report of his findings. Some Republican lawmakers said the report is likely to come out shortly after Labor Day. ________ What the Deep State was up to.
  8. Greenwich Time Before the slaughter of dozens of people in Christchurch, New Zealand and El Paso, Texas this year, the accused gunmen took pains to explain their fury, including their hatred of immigrants. The statements that authorities think the men posted online share another obsession: overpopulation and environmental degradation. The alleged Christchurch shooter, who is charged with targeting Muslims and killing 51 people in March, declared himself an "eco-fascist" and railed about immigrants' birthrates. The statement linked to the El Paso shooter, who is charged with killing 22 people in a shopping area earlier this month, bemoans water pollution, plastic waste and an American consumer culture that is "creating a massive burden for future generations." The two mass shootings appear to be extreme examples of ecofascism - what Hampshire College professor emeriti Betsy Hartmann calls "the greening of hate." Many white supremacists have latched onto environmental themes, drawing connections between the protection of nature and racial exclusion. These ideas have shown themselves to be particularly dangerous when adopted by unstable individuals prone to violence and convinced they must take drastic actions to stave off catastrophe. The alleged El Paso shooter's document is full of existential despair: "My whole life I have been preparing for a future that currently doesn't exist." In recent years, the mainstream environmental movement has moved strongly in the direction of social justice - the very opposite of what hate groups seek. Now the leaders of those organizations fear white nationalists are using green messages to lure young people to embrace racist and nativist agendas. "Hate is always looking for an opportunity to grab hold of something," said Mustafa Santiago Ali, a vice president of the National Wildlife Federation and an expert on environmental justice. "That's why they use this ecological language that's been around for a while, and they try to reframe it." ________ The environmental movement has had hate for a long time now...
  9. Yahoo News Washington (AFP) - Last month after Donald Trump watched Fox News lob what he called "softball questions" at a Democratic lawmaker, the US president delivered a crisp smackdown of his favorite network: "Fox sure ain't what it used to be." After years of often fawning coverage by Fox, particularly from its pro-Trump anchors like Sean Hannity, the commander in chief appears to be tilting his media gaze toward a younger, more right-wing rival, cable outfit One America News Network (OANN). The small upstart broadcaster was launched only recently, in 2013, by technology millionaire Robert Herring, who sought a more conservative alternative to mainstream media behemoths like CNN. Today it seeks to outfox Fox by drawing extra attention from Trump, who has been voicing his displeasure with the ratings leader over everything from presidential polling to its hosting of Democratic candidate town halls. Last week in a tweet to his 63 million followers, the president managed to disparage Fox and his mainstream news foil CNN, while heaping praise on the new object of his media affection. ________ No more Fox for him?
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  11. The Daily Wire Aug 18 2019 Piers Morgan — best-selling author, journalist, television personality, and host of "Good Morning Britain" — joins Ben to discuss celebrity, the news media, Trump, liberals, gun control, and much more.
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  13. Aug 18 2019 Tim Pool a question. Define who is a moderate Democratic Candidate. The ones who say Donald Trump is a white supremacists? The ones who say there should not be any border controls? The ones who "suggest" no one by the government should have fire arms? I could go on and on, but you get my point...if you listen to what they say, None of them are least not a sane people use the word.
  14. Terrific Epstein being ‘epsteined’ cartoons! ‘Comey’s pink slip’, ‘AOC’s ear exam’, & ‘the devil-the insane-the bumped off angel D party were were excellent too, Pookie!
  15. My 3 Rules of Trump 1. Pay Little attention to what he tweets 2. Pay Some attention to what he says 3. Pay A Lot of attention to what he does. If you follow these 3 rules, or guidelines you won't act................... ............* like this. * ie CNN, Morning Joe, MSNBC, (at least) 90% of the Left. I'm not saying you're gonna fall head over heels for Trump, and think he's the greatest thing since sliced bread. But you'll stop acting...well...Stupid. Not acting stupid is a good thing, you might even call it a Very Good Thing.So give them a shot, if you don't like them, you can always go back to **stupid. ** Stupid is always an option.
  16. American Greatness True, the president does not speak or act like other statesmen. But whatever the man has said, he has acted with much greater forcefulness and clarity of purpose than his recent predecessors—with some commendable results. One of the great difficulties in perfecting technologies like radar and sonar revolves around the problem of distinguishing accurately between noise and the real McCoy. Is that an enemy bomber or missile out there, or is it just a flock of birds? Donald Trump presents his opponents, and even some of his friends, with a similar problem. He speaks differently from most other statesmen on the world stage and he is not beholden to many of the principles of diplomacy (what some cynics like me might be tempted to describe as “nostrums”) that inform the usual script of diplomatic relations.
  17. DesMoines Register What has changed in the last 10 years — and especially in the last two years — that people cannot be civil and respectful to one another? Can we no longer have civil debates and in the end agree to disagree and shake hands? Are the internet and social media to blame? Haters gonna hate? I was an early adopter of social media and I have never understood why so many people feel emboldened to be extremely rude, insulting and threatening toward others. Many people hide behind fake names and pictures online but even those who identify themselves somehow feel that the internet is not real life so they let it fly. I have always been completely myself online and wouldn’t tweet something at someone that I wouldn’t say to them in person. I have never been a fan of political correctness but I have always been a fan of civility and being respectful of individuals whose opinions differ from mine. We can argue but we don’t have to let it get out of hand or let it get personal. All of us have times in our lives where if we can’t say something nice or respectful then we shouldn’t say anything.
  18. @Geee May I (highly) recommend Tony Heller And more proof the climate change crisis is Real Oh The Horror!
  19. National Review A letter to Audrey Hall, eleven years old and the winner of the New York Public Library’s 2019 summer-reading essay contest. Kevin D. Williamson August 16, 2019 Dear Audrey, I enjoyed reading your essay in Slate about Sharon Draper’s novel, Blended. I myself have not read it, but it sounds like a pretty good book. I am sure your review did it justice. You wrote that you enjoyed the book in part because you saw something of yourself in the main character, Isabella, who, like you, has a white mother and a black father who are divorced. What’s funny is that I saw something of myself in your essay, even though you wouldn’t think at first that you and I are very much alike. I’m a lot older than you are, for one thing, and you’re from the Bronx, while I’m from a small city in West Texas. (But some of the best New Yorkers are from Texas — take, for example, Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.) My parents were divorced when I was little, too, and I found it disorienting and confusing to travel between their houses. I’d go stay with my father for a week or two in the summer, and I didn’t like it, because I was far away from my friends and my things, and I didn’t know anybody where he lived. I don’t know what it’s like being mixed-race, though there are a lot of people who are mixed-race where you live (about one person out of every 20 is mixed-race in the Bronx) and also in much of the rest of the country. I was adopted when I was three days old, and I’ve never met my biological parents, so I don’t really know what my background is like. They told me I was of German ancestry on one side of my biological family, but there isn’t any way to know that, really, and sometimes people in Texas used to say “German” when they really meant “white, but I don’t really know from where.” What I do know something about is libraries. When I was your age, there were not a lot of bookstores in towns like the one I grew up in — there was no such thing as Barnes & Noble back then. And even if there had been, I wouldn’t have been able to make much use of them: There are not a lot of people in the town where I’m from (not by New York standards, anyway) but it is very large and spread out, and everything is far from everything else, which is really, really inconvenient if you don’t have a car, which I didn’t when I was eleven. (Because I was eleven.) I also didn’t have any money. (Because I was eleven.) So buying books would have been difficult. (Snip)
  20. The Daily Wire Ryan Saavedra Aug. 17 2019 Bill Maher, liberal host of HBO's "Real Time," slammed anti-Israel activists and the media on Friday for their support of the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which is designed to destroy Israel. Maher's comments come after Israel barred anti-Semitic Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) from entering their country last week after the two far-left members of Congress planned to meet with groups that support terrorism against Israel and have promoted neo-Nazis screeds. "It's a bulls**t purity test. BDS is a bulls**t purity test by people who want to appear woke but actually slept through history class," Maher said. "It's predicated on this notion — I think it's very shallow thinking — that the Jews in Israel are mostly white and the Palestinians are browner, so they must be innocent and correct, and the Jews must be wrong." (Snip) _________________________________________________________________________________
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  22. SHOCKING NEWS UPDATE!! [url=]Clarion Intel Exclusive: Philadelphia Shooter Attended Radical Mosque[/url] Ryan Mauro Aug. 16 2019 Maurice Hill, the criminal who wounded six police officers in a shootout in Philadelphia and was arrested after a seven-hour standoff, attended a radical mosque. The mosque, called Masjid Ahlil Hadith Wal Athar, is known for preaching the Islamist ideology promoted by Saudi Arabia referred to as “Wahhabism.” Clarion Intelligence Network has been aware through its sources that the area where the shootings took place is known for trafficking in guns, drugs and counterfeit items. This criminal market has a strong Islamist element that includes extremist gangs. Hill’s older sister said he “occasionally attended” an unnamed mosque, confirming initial reports from our sources that Hill is a Muslim. The sources do not yet have first-hand evidence of the shooter being personally involved in Islamist extremism. Clarion Intel’s sources report that Masjid Ahlil Hadith Wal Athar is a Salafi mosque which follows the theocratic teachings of Saudi Arabia’s top Wahhabist scholars. At this point, there is no indication that Hill’s shooting of police officers was motivated by Islamism or anything other than a desire to resist arrest. (Snip)
  23. Power Line John Hinderaker August 16, 2019 On Wednesday, senators released the transcript of an interview with an investigator for the Intelligence Community Inspector General that included new revelations about Hillary Clinton’s illegal, off-the-books email system. The Daily Caller headlines: “Clinton IT Aide Who Defied Subpoena Says He Created A Cryptic Gmail Account And Sent It Nearly All Of Hillary’s Emails.” I won’t attempt an exhaustive summary; for the details, which remain obscure, follow the link. These strike me as the highlights: * Metadata for Clinton’s emails indicate that copies of all of them (with possibly four exceptions) were sent to “” This raises the possibility that Hillary’s 30,000 or so missing emails may still exist and be recoverable, but that strikes me as unlikely. More probably, whoever controlled that email account deleted them long ago. * The guy who set up this fictitious email account is a crook: (Snip) That’s enough for now. We may never learn all the details of Hillary’s email frolic, but we probably don’t need to. What we know for sure is bad enough: she ignored statutes and State Department rules by creating a technically incompetent off-the-books email system that was easily vulnerable to penetration by foreign powers. She did this in order to evade the Freedom of Information Act and to keep secret matters relating to her job duties that the American people were entitled by law to know (and perhaps other things as well). In the Obama administration, Clinton was no outlier. Other senior Obama officials did the same or similar things–Obama’s EPA head conducted official business using a private email account in the name of her dog–and President Obama himself was well aware of Hillary’s improper conduct. He emailed Hillary at her “secret” email address using an alias. The rank incompetence on display here is stunning.
  24. Mar 27, 2019 Parent protests against a Birmingham primary school's diversity and LGBT lessons have spread to eight other towns and cities, ITV News has learned. The No Outsider project, established to teach tolerance of diverse groups, including those of different races, genders and sexual orientation, was suspended at Parkfield Community School “until a resolution has been reached”. But now opposition to relationship lessons appears to be growing, with more protests planned across the country for later this week.
  25. Sargon Of Akkad Aug. 16 2019 I interviewed Amir, one of the Muslim parents who is protesting the LGBT agenda that is being pushed via the No Outsiders programme in one Birmingham school. We discuss the issue and examine some of the books used.
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