"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

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Proven LIAR testifies before a committee of liars

So Many Assholes in One Place
As Usual - Follow the Money

Former presidential attorney Michael Cohen refused to commit to not profiting from a book deal or a TV contract after serving time in federal prison during Wednesday questioning before the House Oversight Committee.
“Can you commit under oath that you have not and will not pursue a book or movie deal based on your experiences work for the president?” North Carolina Republican Rep. Virginia Foxx asked Cohen.
Cohen replied, “No.” Foxx pressed Cohen further, saying, “Can you commit under oath that you will not pursue upward opportunities to provide commentary for a major network with your experiences working for the president?”
“No,” Cohen replied again, before also refusing to commit to not running for political office in the state of New York.

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The Anti-White British Police | "Positive Discrimination" For Diversity

Anti-White Racism Becomes Government Policy

Orwell: “Every record has been destroyed or falsified"

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Dem Colorado Governor Would Sign Bill Circumventing The Electoral College

Just Fuck Me Now

  • Hatred of The Donald runs deep with Leftists. So much so the moron Governor of Colorado will give up his state's position as a swing state so no presidential candidate will ever campaign there again. Colorado Dems want the state to be totally fucked over by the big states.
  • In 2016 Los Angeles (Hollywood) and New York City gave Hillary Clinton her entire margin of victory in the popular vote. See my article Should Hollywood Select Our Presidents? - Popular vote vs Electoral College

On Sunday, the Democratic governor of Colorado, Jared Polis, stated that he would sign a bill allowing his state to circumvent the Electoral College, giving his state’s electoral votes to whomever won the national popular vote, thus allowing population heavy areas to determine the presidential election.
Polis told The Hill that he viewed the Electoral College as an “undemocratic relic,” adding, “I’ve long supported electing the president by who gets the most votes. It’s a way to move towards direct election of the president.”
If states whose electoral count totals 270 votes vote similar to the proposed Colorado bill, then they would combine their electoral votes and award them to the national popular vote winner, thus making that candidate the president. Currently, the number of electoral votes totaled in favor of such a position total 172, including 12 blue states and the District of Columbia. 11 more states have bills in their legislature similar to Colorado’s; their combined 89 electoral votes would put the proposal over the top.
John Koza, who chairs National Popular Vote, claimed, “Under a national popular vote, the 38 nonbattleground states long ignored by presidential campaigns will be powerful again, because no candidate can win 270 electoral votes and the White House without also winning the popular vote across all 50 states and the District of Columbia.”

Rand Paul Betrays Conservatives on the Wall

GOP Senators crap their pants is FEAR they will have to back Trump on the Wall

  • Sen. Rand Paul has disappointed me yet again. He is doing his usual pussy, limp-wristed libertarian discussion group BS - - - - meanwhile the open borders Dems & GOP have brought knives and chains to a street fight with Trump.

Vice President Mike Pence faced a wall of resistance from Senate Republicans on Tuesday as he tried to sell President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration on the southern border, according to multiple GOP sources.

The pointed reception at the GOP lunch raised further doubts among Senate Republicans that the administration will be able to hold down defections on a crucial vote to block the president in the coming weeks.

“There was a lot of passion from some of our members. And I think there is some skepticism. People are just genuinely concerned that we’re doing the right thing,” said one Republican senator, who requested anonymity to speak candidly.

Pence told Republicans that Trump’s plan to unilaterally shift billions in military spending to border wall construction was not like President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration, according to four attendees. 

The Open Borders GOP never passes up an opportunity to raise the white flag and surrender.

He argued Trump is using an existing law and money approved by Congress, unlike Obama’s efforts to shield some immigrants from deportation.

But it appeared Pence’s pitch did little to move wavering GOP senators.

“I didn’t think his argument was very good. ‘We’ve got a crisis, that means the president can do this.’ That’s essentially the argument,” said a second Republican senator who is undecided on whether to stand with Trump.

As many as 10 Senate Republicans could support a resolution of disapproval if a vote were held today, according to four GOP senators who attended the lunch and heard Republican senators' complaints. That’s far more than the four needed to pass the legislation on a simple majority and force Trump to issue the first veto of his presidency. Currently there are three public ‘yes‘ votes in the Senate GOP conference.

As the vice president stumped for Trump’s national emergency maneuver, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) argued to Pence that his party would be ceding the high ground on the issue, one of about a half-dozen Republicans to raise questions about the move during the lunch.

“The vice president pushed back,” said a source familiar with the exchange. Pence “gave the explanation that this diverges from DACA,” the source said, referring to an Obama administration action protecting some undocumented immigrants. “We would characterize it as a very productive discussion.”

"Sen. Paul had a friendly discussion with the vice president, that if we do go down this path it will damage our ability to be considered the party of rule of law," said a Paul spokesman.

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Hey Deplorable - Feel that Dick up your ass? That is the open borders GOP.

Then They Came For Tommy Robinson

The Facebook Censorship
Goes On and On
Censorship is a violation of human rights.

Today's words of wisdom from Sargon of Akkad

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

1984 - Google system listens to you 24 hours a day

"There's not a single flashlight app that's not spying on you right now." 
John McAfee

(Zero Hedge)  -  Surprise! Another smart home device has the ability to spy on people.
I doubt anyone who is reading this will be shocked by this news, but here we go.
Back in early February, tech giant Google announced that Nest Secure, its home security and alarm system, was now compatible with the company’s Home Assistant voice-control function.
Here is an excerpt from that announcement:
Nest Secure has supported Google Assistant integration for quite some time, but with this most recent update, the product is taking that to a new level by turning itself into a Google Assistant speaker. This is just like what the Nest Cam IQ did last year. With the flip of a switch in the Nest app, you can set the Secure as an always-listening Assistant speaker. (source)
The problem?
Nest users didn’t know a microphone existed on their security device, to begin with.

In order to be compatible with a voice control feature, the device would need to have a microphone.


That important detail was never disclosed in any of the product material for the device, which has been on the market since 2017.
“As recently as January, the product specs for the device made no mention of a microphone,” the Associated Press reports.
A Google spokesperson told Business Insider this was an “error.”
“The on-device microphone was never intended to be a secret and should have been listed in the tech specs. That was an error on our part. The microphone has never been on, and is only activated when users specifically enable the option.
Security systems often use microphones to provide features that rely on sound sensing. We included the mic on the device so that we can potentially offer additional features to our users in the future, such as the ability to detect broken glass.” (source)


On February 6, owners of Nest security cameras received an email from Google, warning them to secure their login credentials with things like two-factor identification and stronger passwords.
The reason?
The routine security reminder comes after an uptick in Nest camera hacks and even the occasional hoax, many of which have been downright bizarre and creepy: An Illinois family recently had its device breached by a hacker who spewed abusive epithets through the camera’s microphone into their living room, while another criminal peered into a baby’s room in Houston, Texas, for example. (source)

Google claimed the email was sent as a reminder and said there hadn’t been a breach of the broader Nest user base. As of February 2018, Nest had at sold 11 million of the devices.
This excerpt from the email was published by Popular Mechanics:
For context, even though Nest was not breached, customers may be vulnerable because their email addresses and passwords are freely available on the internet. If a website is compromised, it’s possible for someone to gain access to user email addresses and passwords, and from there, gain access to any accounts that use the same login credentials. For example, if you use your Nest password for a shopping site account and the site is breached, your login information could end up in the wrong hands. From there, people with access to your credentials can cause the kind of issues we’ve seen recently. (source)
Google has faced criticism in the past for its location data-tracking practices, along with allowing third-party developers to read people’s emails on Gmail, reports CNET.
And, Business Insider reminds us that in 2010, Google acknowledged that its fleet of Street View cars “accidentally” collected personal data transmitted over consumers’ unsecured WiFi networks, including emails.


“Nest’s failure to disclose the onboard microphone included in its secure home security system is a massive oversight,” said Ray Walsh, a digital privacy expert at BestVPN.com. “Despite Google’s assurances, the fact is that the device has a microphone which could potentially have been hacked or accessed by Google to perform covert corporate surveillance.”
The Register asked Google if any Nest microphones had been activated prior to the company’s announcement of their existence and whether the company could confirm that no audio data was collected during that period. “Google claims that the mics were never used prior to disclosure, which would preclude the possibility of covert data collection,” the tech site reports.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to force Google to sell its Nest division and surrender any data that was collected from Nest customers.

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NSA Whistle-Blower Tells All

GOP Traitors to Back Stab Trump

The Never Trumpers Are Right

  • How dare The Donald try and secure the border, bring jobs back from Asia and Mexico to middle class Americans, make peace with North Korea and lower taxes.
  • Washington Republicans are angry at Trump for actually doing what the "Conservative" GOP has refused to do. 
  • That is why the GOP in both the Senate and House deliberately ran the endless Russia hearings hoping to install a meek and compliant Pence in the White House.

(Washington Examiner)  -  President Trump’s antagonists inside the Republican Party now have a fallback plan to scuttle his re-election: using the 2020 primary fight as a bludgeon to inflict irreparable political damage on him in the November general election.
The "Never Trump" movement’s preferred strategy is to recruit a formidable Republican who might block the president’s renomination, or at least mount an aggressive challenge that presses him all the way to the convention in Charlotte set for late summer next year. Efforts are underway to woo Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland and other top Republicans uneasy with Trump.
Short of that, key renegade Republicans are preparing to settle for Plan B: mortally wound him.
“The example of Pat Buchanan is certainly in the minds of many of us of a certain age; impossible to win, eminently possible to wound,” Rick Wilson, a Republican consultant and leading Trump foe, told the Washington Examiner.

Buchanan, now 80, is a conservative pundit and former White House adviser who challenged President George H.W. Bush in the 1992 GOP primary, foreshadowing the rise of Trump populism. Buchanan was a long shot from the outset and never seriously threatened Bush for the nomination. But his campaign proved a major irritant and is partly credited with weakening the incumbent and boosting the inevitable victor, Bill Clinton, in the general election.
In 2020, that is the sort of primary challenge some "Never Trump" Republicans envision pursuing against this president if their favored option — running a contender strong enough to win — doesn’t come to fruition. For Republicans committed to dislodging Trump at all costs, wounding him in a primary would be adequate. No president challenged for renomination in the modern era has won a second term.
“For a number of people I’ve spoken to, putting a torpedo into Trump’s operation would suffice for them — if they could mortally wound him in a primary,” said a Republican insider involved in the effort.
Outright defeating a sitting president in a primary is nearly impossible, and Trump’s intraparty opponents are realistic about their prospects.
That is why the Republicans who would potentially wage the strongest campaign to dethrone Trump — Hogan, former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska, and others — are waiting for special counsel Robert Mueller to complete a federal investigation into possible collusion with Russia by the president and his associates in 2016.
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Monday, February 25, 2019

A Little Monday Music - Weasel Stomping Day

Starting The Week off on a High Note
  • I have decided to try and start each new week off on a positive high note. But being a glass half empty kind of guy I suspect things will turn into crap soon enough.

MEDIA BLACKOUT - Yellow Vest protesters march for 15th consecutive weekend

Sic semper tyrannis

Thousands of people marched on Saturday in Paris and other French cities for a 15th straight weekend of yellow vest protests in which dozens of people were arrested.
Five separate demonstrations in the capital drew 5,800 people, the interior ministry said, while there were around 46,600 protesters nationwide. Some 41,500 people joined protests across the country last week.
The protests — named after the fluorescent jackets French motorists must carry in their vehicles for emergencies — have generally become smaller since December when there was vandalism and looting in Paris.

Complete Western Media Blackout! Paris Week 15

MAWA: Make America Wait Again! Breadlines are a good thing


(The People's Cube)  -  Breadlines are a good thing. Bernie Sanders knows what is best and it is time to Make America Wait Again!

Breadlines are coming to Bernizeula. Feel the bern. Click on the image above to hear Bernie explain about what a good thing bread lines are. 

Soon, America will be berning. Bern baby Bern!

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Sunday Comics

Are Violent Video Games Preparing Kids For The Apocalypse?

Bill Maher Mocks ‘Chef Boyardee’ Red State Voters

Asshole Alert

  • Maher has always been an insufferable, ego-maniacal prick. But this insane rant against average everyday hard working people shows what the Left is really all about.

(Infowars)  -  Leftist comedian Bill Maher ripped into conservative voters on his show Friday, proclaiming the rich and educated people of America live in blue states.
“That’s why red state voters are so pissed off. They don’t hate us, they want to be us,” the Real Time host said on Friday. “They want to go the party. It’s like we’re the British royal family and they’re Meghan Markle’s dad.”
Despite mass exoduses taking place in high-regulation blue states like California, New Jersey, Illinois, and New York, Maher went on to claim that blue states enjoy “big prosperity” while red states are left out.
“Maybe that has something to do with why Trump voters are obsessed with ‘owning the libs.’ Because the libs own everything else,” Maher said. “The blue parts of America are having a big prosperity party while that big sea of red feels like their invitation got lost in the mail.”
“We have chef Wolfgang Puck, they have Chef Boyardee,” he added. “Our roofs have solar panels, theirs have last year’s Christmas lights.”
A study by the American Legislative Exchange Council in 2018 found that red states had the best economic outlook due to their policies of light regulation, low taxes, and limited government.
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