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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

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Saturday Sultress - Kyra Santoro



Kyra is from Calabasas, California. She has been featured as a Sports Illustrated "Lovely Lady of the Day" and appeared on the website The Chive.

She is a model who signed with Newmark Models and Osbrink Talent Agency. She was named Miss October 2012 by TransWorld Surf. She was featured as a new face in the 2016 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.











Women caned for having Lesbian Sex




(Daily Mail)  -  Two Malaysian women have been caned after an Islamic law court convicted them of having lesbian sex, despite an outcry from activists at the 'cruel and unjust' punishment. 
The women, aged 22 and 32, were arrested in April after they were found in a car in a public square in northern Terengganu state, one of the country's most conservative areas.
The pair, whose identities have not been revealed, pleaded guilty to breaking Islamic laws and were sentenced to six strokes of the cane each and a fine of 3,300 ringgit (£620).
The case has sparked widespread condemnation and focused attention on what rights groups say is a deteriorating climate for the gay community in the Muslim-majority country.
Campaigners said it was the first time that women in Malaysia have been caned for violating a sharia regulation which forbids same-sex relations.
The two women were caned at the Sharia High Court in Kuala Terengganu, state capital of Terengganu, a court official confirmed to AFP.
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Friday, September 21, 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.










Internet Censorship Board To Be Set Up By The Government



UK "Conservatives" Go Full Nazi
Britain becomes what they fought against


The UK government is preparing to establish a new internet regulator that would make tech firms liable for content published on their platforms and have the power to sanction companies that fail to take down illegal material and hate speech within hours, BuzzFeed News can reveal.
Under legislation being drafted by the Home Office and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) due to be announced this winter, a new regulatory framework for online “social harms” would be created.
BuzzFeed News has obtained details of the proposals, which would see the establishment of an internet regulator similar to Ofcom, which regulates broadcasters, telecoms, and postal communications.
Home secretary Sajid Javid and culture secretary Jeremy Wright are considering the introduction of a mandatory code of practice for social media platforms and strict new rules such as "takedown times" forcing websites to remove illegal hate speech within a set timeframe or face penalties.
Ministers are also looking at implementing age verification for users of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
A promise to regulate the internet was buried at the back of the Conservative manifesto for last year's general election. "Some people say that it is not for government to regulate when it comes to technology and the internet," the manifesto stated. "We disagree."
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EU censorship laws







Trump frustrated with no GOP funding for the wall



A Giant Fuck You From The GOP

  • How many DECADES have we been listening to GOP talking points about securing the border? Nothing ever happens which is why Trump was elected.
  • I can't vote Democrat. One look at the Kavanaugh circus shows you how fast the Leftists would turn us into Venezuela. But the GOP openly spits in the faces of their own voters.


President Donald Trump expressed frustration with Republicans Thursday for passing a spending bill that does not include funding for a border wall.

“I want to know, where is the money for Border Security and the WALL in this ridiculous Spending Bill, and where will it come from after the Midterms?” Trump wrote on Twitter.

The Senate voted Tuesday to pass the $854 billion spending bill to fund the Departments of Defense, Health and Human Services, Labor, and Education. The bill also includes a measure to fund the rest of the government until December 7.

The bill now faces final approval in the House.


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The warmonger traitors in the GOP will spend trillions to level Afghanistan and the Middle East, but they never fund a wall to protect America or reform immigration laws.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Outlaw Morgan on the Clinton Body Count




People around the Clintons keep dying
Today's words of wisdom from Outlaw Morgan






Senators should be drug tested says Congressman



And Check For Senility Too

  • It is way past time that the Elites live by the same rules as we peasants are forced to.


U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins believes his colleagues in the House and Senate should be randomly tested for drugs.
Does the Republican from Acadiana know something we don’t?
“I have observed some behavior that would cause one to wonder,” Higgins, joking, said in an interview with USA Today Network.
Higgins introduced House Concurrent Resolution 135 Thursday that seeks to make senators and representatives subject to drug screenings once every term.
“Elected officials in Washington, D.C. should be subject to the same kind of random drug screenings that blue-collar, working-class Americans have to endure,” Higgins said in a press release.
“Congress shouldn’t get to live by a different set of rules,” he said. “This effort is about maintaining accountability and ensuring sober service to We, the People.”
Higgins, a first-term congressman who rose to fame on YouTube as “the Cajun John Wayne” through his creative Crime Stoppers videos, retains his certification as a deputy marshal.
Early this year, Higgins proposed mandatory drug testing in a Facebook video filmed after he completed a random drug screening for the Lafayette City Marshal’s Office.
Louisiana Democratic Party executive director Stephen Handwerk criticized the proposal on Twitter as a gimmick and touted Higgins’ opponent, Mimi Methvin, who the party has endorsed in the 3rd District race.
“When you haven’t delivered at all for your district I guess all you have is gimmicks and bravado,” Handwerk tweeted. “Let’s send (Methvin) to Congress to get results and no more gimmicks.”
“This isn’t a stunt,” Higgins said. “It’s not about shaming or embarrassing or ending members’ careers. It’s about our body adhering to the same standards almost every other working man and woman is held to on the job. We should be reflective of the people.”
Members of Congress would have to reimburse taxpayers for all costs of the program under Higgins’ legislation.


Asian-American Republican ahead of Hispanic Democrat Congressman



Conservative Asian Immigrant Ahead of Incumbent Hispanic Democrat

  • Kim is supported by 46% and Cisneros is supported by 42% of all potential voters – that is voters who have participated in an election since 2010 or have newly registered to vote (a group that represents about 85% of all registered voters in the district). Another 12% are undecided.  
  • The Republican’s edge grows, though, when applying two different likely voter models. A historical midterm model gives Kim a 51% to 41% lead over Cisneros. But even a model that projects a possible turnout surge in Democratic precincts still gives Kim a lead of 49% to 43%. 


(Fox News)  -  A new poll shows a Republican candidate in a highly contested swing district in California is leading by 10 points over her Democratic opponent -- who was endorsed by former President Barack Obama but whose candidacy was plagued by accusations of sexual misconduct.
Young Kim, a former representative in the California State Assembly, is leading Democrat Gil Cisneros among likely voters in California’s 39th Congressional District, according to a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday.
The support among the candidates is divided mostly along racial lines, with most Hispanic voters supporting Cisneros, who made his riches in lottery winnings, while Asian voters and non-Hispanic white voters are supporting Kim.
Both Kim and Cisneros aren’t well recognized by the voters, but the Republican enjoys a positive 32-11 favorability rating, while Cisneros is viewed unfavorably by 24 percent of surveyed voters and only 23 percent have a favorable view of him.
The district has been leaning toward the Republicans for years, electing Rep. Ed Royce by 14 points, though Hillary Clinton won the district by eight points in 2016.
The Democrats have targeted the seat in their “red to blue” program, providing organizational and financial support in a bid to flip the seat in the upcoming midterm elections.
The Cisneros campaign benefited from Obama’s rare campaign visit in California – even though the former president didn’t initially endorse Cisneros – where he stumped for him and other Democratic candidates who are running in Republican districts.
But despite the support, the Democrat is struggling to make strides in the polls, with some pointing to the accusations of sexual misconduct that were weaponized by Republicans.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Eric Holder: Telling the truth is an “Abuse Of Power”



Asshole Alert

  • Yes Holder is a prick of Biblical proportions. But true Conservatives need to remember that the unconstitutional 1984 FISA spying has been fully supported, protected and funded by both parties. 
  • Pillow Fights  -  No matter what the scandal or crime almost no one in the Elite Ruling Class ever goes to to prison. What you see on the evening news are pretend pillow fights.


As President Trump orders the DOJ to release classified FISA documents regarding the Russia probe, democrats are predictably freaking out. As usual, the democrats are afraid of the truth getting out, as it likely contradicts the narrative that they try to set.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder took to twitter to express his outrage.
“This is an especially dangerous abuse of power by this President. He places his self interest above the national security interests of the country,” Holder tweeted Tuesday morning.

So, according to the democrats, being transparent and not keeping the public in the dark is somehow considered an “abuse of power” and a “self interest.” Because the in the minds of the democrats, the government must maintain a veil of secrecy.

The Gateway Pundit




Judge says Georgia elections at risk but rules against paper ballots



Do Nothing Republicans

  • Even though the GOP controls Georgia they still can't get their act together to require paper ballots and honest elections.


(AJC)  -  Georgia voters will continue to use touchscreens to cast their ballots this fall, perhaps for the last time.
A federal judge found a “concrete risk” that Georgia’s electronic voting system is vulnerable to tampering, but she ruled against a quick switch to paper ballots less than four weeks before early voting begins for November’s election.
U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg late Monday denied a motion from election integrity advocates who asked her to force the state’s 6.8 million registered voters to use hand-marked paper ballots instead of direct-recording electronic (DRE) voting machines.
Totenberg scolded state election officials who “had buried their heads in the sand” by failing to safeguard Georgia’s voting system. She allowed the state to continue using electronic voting machines because a rushed transition to paper ballots could frustrate voters with “bureaucratic confusion and long lines.”
Her decision ensures that Georgia’s 27,000 touchscreen machines will remain in place for the election for governor between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is responsible for overseeing elections. In-person early voting starts Oct. 15, and Election Day is Nov. 6.
“The state defendants have also stood by for far too long, given the mounting tide of evidence of the inadequacy and security risks of Georgia’s DRE voting system and software,” Totenberg wrote in her 46-page order. “The court is gravely concerned about the state’s pace in responding to the serious vulnerabilities of its voting system.”
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