Sunday, November 6, 2016

The Sunday Edition (.027)


Welcome to what is likely be the last edition of the Sunday Edition. We are down to the wire with the US presidential election with two days to go. Vote "Progressive" at your own risk and check your vote before leaving the polling place. Machines are changing votes at scattered locations throughout the country. I was nearly prevented from voting because my address said road instead of street. I had never noticed before.

I am a student of history so I can say while this has been a contested race, others have been hotter. However, the results have never been more in question and the future of freedom is at stake -- and I don't mean the freedom to destroy a system of government that was made for the individual, not the state. It may be too late. The corrupt may be too far gone. The other side has been exposed over and over as liars and cheaters willing to do anything to win the presidential election, including fixing voting machines, buying votes, voting as dead people, non-citizen voting, and on it goes. Democrat leadership is sick and corrupt and fosters a culture of immorality. The elections themselves are a good case in point.

• Obama is actually urging illegal immigrants to vote. Remember when we suggested this was what would happen, the Democrats assured us it was not the case. The plan all along was to flood the country with illegal voters, use them to pad the liberal voter rolls and stress the welfare system. Goal accomplished.

Bored and sleepy, waiting for Happy Hour.
• The FBI is investigating Hillary Clinton for a "pay for play" criminal indictment against her collusion with foreign governments, private industry, and even US government officials. It is likely to result in connections to both the White House and the DNC. Massive corruption resulting in a corrupted system. Treason at the highest levels.

• After 108 years, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series again. The question on everyone's mind, of course, is, was it rigged? After all, it was Chicago.

• If Hillary Clinton’s expansionist immigration policies were put into effect, the U.S. Muslim population could exceed France’s current Muslim population by the end of a President Clinton’s second term, according to data from Pew Research and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

The Muslim population of France is reportedly 4.7 million and the current U.S. Muslim population is roughly 3.3 million, according to estimates from the Pew Research Center.

Based on the most recent DHS data available, the U.S. permanently resettled roughly 149,000 migrants from predominantly Muslim countries on green cards in 2014. Yet Clinton has indicated that if she were elected president, she would expand Muslim migration by admitting an additional 65,000 Syrian refugees during the course of a single fiscal year. Clinton has made no indication that she would limit her proposed Syrian refugee program to one year.

Give me your tired, your poor,
huddled masses yearning to be free...
Adding Clinton’s 65,000 Syrian refugees to the approximately 149,000 Muslim migrants the U.S. resettled on green cards in the course of one year means that Clinton could permanently resettle roughly 214,000 Muslim migrants in her first year as president. If Clinton were to continue her Syrian refugee program throughout her presidency, she could potentially resettle roughly 1.7 million Muslim migrants during her first two terms.

These projections suggest that after seven years of a Hillary Clinton presidency, the U.S. could have a Muslim population that is larger than France’s current Muslim population of 4.7 million.

• Sir David Attenborough, the veteran broadcaster and climate change alarmist, has attacked the involvement of voters in politics beyond elections, suggesting the only way to stop Donald Trump is to “shoot him” and that complex political questions like Brexit should be blocked by “wiser” politicians.

Condemning Mr. Trump’s climate-scepticism, Sir David asked: “Do we [foreigners] have any control or influence over the American election? Of course we don’t. We could shoot him… it’s not a bad idea.”

Whilst the Radio Times journalist conducting the interview suggested it was a joke met with “giggles”, such violent rhetoric from this liberal establishment figure and cultural icon may bbe seen as hypocritical.

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Furthermore, Sir David went on to explain that he was deadly serious about his desire to block popular, elected individuals and decisions via undemocratic means.

“There’s confusion, isn’t there, between populism and parliamentary democracy,” he told the Radio Times, one of Britain’s widest-read and oldest magazines. “I mean, that’s why we’re in the mess we are with Brexit, is it not?”

“Do we really want to live by this kind of referendum?” he asked of the European Union (EU) plebiscite. “What we mean by parliamentary democracy is surely that we find someone we respect who we think is probably wiser than we are, who is prepared to take the responsibility of pondering difficult things and then trust him – or her – to vote on our behalf,” Sir David continued.

He said he was concerned by Michael Gove’s EU referendum claims that the British people have had enough of experts. “That’s why politicians getting up and saying, ‘We’ve had enough of experts’ is so catastrophic,” he added.

Linking the Brexit vote and the rise of Trump, Sir David was not “scared to call it xenophobia” driven by a “primordial fear”, it was reported.

He then described, with sympathy and understanding, the popular fear of mass migration and rapid cultural changed driven by globalization, before dismissing such worries as just “what it is”.

“It’s very easy, as we all know, to be very tolerant of minorities until they become majorities and you find yourself a minority. It’s easy to say… ‘Oh yes, these lovely people – I love the way they wear such interesting costumes [he giggles].

“That’s fine until some day you find that they’re actually telling you what to do and that they’ve actually taken over the town council and what you thought was your home isn’t.”

Donald Trump may not be the only person Sir David believes would be better off dead. As a patron of the Population Matters, the veteran climate change alarmist is a subscriber to an organization which in 2011 stated their goal of reducing the global population to a “sustainable” 5.1 billion. The present population is presently an estimated 7.4 billion.

Speaking in support of the aims of the group in 2012, the television personality said: “I can’t think of a single problem that wouldn’t be easier to solve if there were less people”.

• Texas Director of Elections and overweight non-elected official Keith Ingram ran away from reporters last week.

After being asked a simple question about election fraud, Ingram refused to answer and has hired a full time armed state trooper to guard his office.

What does Texas Director of Elections Keith Ingram have to hide?

According to a public information request of Ingram’s Secretary of State personnel file, Ingram left private practice and moved to Little Rock Arkansas, taking a job with the law firm, Kutak Rock, LL. At Kutak Rock, he worked under the managing partner, Gordon Miller Wilbourn who had been a partner with Hillary Clinton, Vince Foster and Webster Hubbell at the Rose Law Firm in Arkansas in the 1990’s. The Wilbourn family is a large donor to the Clinton Foundation and the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Ingram left Kutak Rock to return to Texas when he was hired by Gov. Rick Perry’s appointment office in 2008 to oversee statewide political appointments for various courts, boards & commissions.

Ingrams’s career moves are interesting. In just 10 months, his journey from private practice in Texas through Arkansas Clinton-cronies and back to Texas government resulted in pay cuts with each move and his salary being cut in half. In 2012, Ingram, was promoted to Director of the Election Division in the Texas Secretary of State’s Office where his salary was still 40% less than private practice.

Ingram’s determination to remove paper trails and auditing procedures for electronic voting is even more troubling when we look at his connections to big Clinton donors.

If the elections don't go the way you would like, what are you going to do about it? Obama had two terms to subvert our institutions, spoil any progress on race relations, sell out the country, and cozy up to the central banks. What can you do to preserve your way of life and your standard of living? Hmm? Pay more taxes? Divorce that creature on the other end of the couch? Move to Panama? Or more than likely, you'll do what you've been doing, which is nothing.

And so, if this turns out to be the last issue of the Sunday Edition, then it's been fun and it's been as real as I can make it. As is so often said, you can lead a reader to the words, but you can't make him accept the truth until he is ready. It usually takes a beating before one is ready, in any case.

Good Luck to the Republic! Down with the oligarchy!

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