.

NEWS AND VIEWS THAT IMPACT LIMITED CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT

"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Sunday Comics








Clash Of The Titans Spoof | Robot Chicken




















Trump: Give CNN's pass to Alex Jones




I would pay hard money to watch CNN shit themselves on live TV


Prominent conservatives on Twitter questioned Friday if CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s First Amendment rights trumped those of Infowars radio host Alex Jones.
On Friday a federal judge ruled the White House had to reinstate Acosta’s press pass, after it was revoked over a microphone altercation with a White House intern.
“We are gratified with this result and we look forward to a full resolution in the coming days. Our sincere thanks to all who have supported not just CNN, but a free, strong and independent American press,” the network said in a statement.
Following the ruling, conservatives on Twitter asked if CNN would now support free speech and a press pass for Alex Jones, after the network lobbied big tech companies to de-platform Infowars earlier this year.




Read More . . .


Saturday, November 17, 2018

Saturday Sultress - Hot Women of Cosplay



cos·play
/ˈkäzˌplā,ˈkäsˌplā/
noun
  1. 1.
    the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game, especially one from the Japanese genres of manga and anime.













Robo-Terminator Cop is on Duty in Singapore



Make No Mistake
These Robo-Terminators will be used by all governments to clear the streets of those daring to protest against the all-powerful state.


Singapore (AFP) – Hi-tech Singapore has deployed an autonomous robot with a swivelling camera for a head and flashing lights to patrol a summit venue — arresting the attention of amused passers-by who stopped to snap selfies.

The white, four-wheeled buggy, measuring about five-feet (1.5 metres), trundled around the perimeter of a convention centre in the city-state, providing additional security at a meeting of world leaders.

The so far unnamed robot, decked out with flashing blue and red lights, is a prototype reportedly developed by the police, which can transmit a 360-degree picture of the area it is patrolling. 

Singapore has deployed an autonomous police robot.

It navigates independently on a pre-mapped route and can avoid obstacles, local media reported, citing police.

But rather than fearing the long robotic arm of the law, many passers-by were amused by the device, with some mistaking it for a gigantic toy.

A handful stopped to snap selfies, while one man marched next to it grinning broadly as it wheeled slowly around near the convention centre. 

“It’s so cute, it looks like a toy,” said Chinese holidaymaker Ruan Min, taking a picture as her four-year-old daughter chased the robot down the street. 

Singapore, known for its strict law and order, has rolled out a major security operation to secure this week’s meetings, which are organised by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and attended by 20 world leaders.

Read More . . .

Say hello to our Robot Overlords
(Khaleej Times)  -  By 2030, almost 30 per cent of the Dubai Police force will be made up of robots. So whether you want to report a crime, send out a call for help, or simply use one of its e-services, the one-stop Robocop is the answer.
.
Standing at 170cms tall and weighing 100 kilogrammes, the autonomous robot will be positioned throughout the city's malls and streets
 and will cater to both residents and tourists.
.
Read More:

Want help from Dubai Police? Robocop is now to the rescue




John Connor: You just can't go around killing people. 

The Terminator: Why? 

John Connor: What do you mean why? 'Cause you can't.
 
The Terminator: Why?
 
John Connor: Because you just can't, OK? Trust me on this.


European Americans are becoming a minority


The new flag of Alta California.

Immigration is Changing America

There is no doubt immigration is rapidly changing America. The question is changing us into what?

Do we become a Socialist Venezuela? or do we morph more into a wealthy capitalist multi-cultural Japan, Taiwan or Singapore?






Good-Bye USA
.
A San Diego State University sophomore was forced to remove an American flag from his balcony after apartment managers said foreigners could find the display offensive.

Brad Smith, who had just moved into the Boulevard 63 apartment complex in San Diego last month, told ABC 10 News that he received a written notice to remove the flag a few days ago.

"We were then told that it was for political reasons and that the flag could offend foreign people that live here, foreign exchange students," Smith said. "I've had friends and family fight to defend that flag," reports Breitbart News.

Friday, November 16, 2018

Friday Femmes with Firearms




A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.