"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, December 31, 2023

Sunday Comics

FREE health care for all illegal aliens in Marxist California

(Infowars)  California is set to offer taxpayer-funded health insurance to all illegal aliens in the state.

All illegal immigrants in California will become eligible to receive full coverage of Medi-Cal, the state’s version of the federal Medicare program, starting Jan. 1, 2024.

“In California, we believe everyone deserves access to quality, affordable health care coverage – regardless of income or immigration status,” Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D) office told ABC News.

“Through this expansion, we’re making sure families and communities across California are healthier, stronger, and able to get the care they need when they need it.”

This represents a major expansion of Medi-Cal health insurance program access for illegal immigrants, which initially covered adults between the ages of 19-25 and those over 50.

Democrats and the California Legislature had struck an omnibus spending deal with Gov. Newsom in May that led to this expansion of full Medi-Cal coverage for 700,000 undocumented immigrants between ages 26-49.

“This historic investment speaks to California’s commitment to health care as a human right,” state Sen. María Elena Durazo (D-Los Angeles) said at the time

The expansion will cost the system $2.7 billion per year, according to estimates.


Saturday, December 30, 2023

Saturday Sultress - Winter Bikini Madness

bikini is a women's two-piece swimsuit that features one piece on top that covers the breasts, and a second piece on the bottom: the front covering the pelvis but usually exposing the navel.

In May 1946, Parisian fashion designer Jacques Heim released a two-piece swimsuit design that he named the Atome ('Atom') and advertised as "the smallest swimsuit in the world". Like swimsuits of the era, it covered the wearer's belly button, and it failed to attract much attention. 

In 1949, France banned the bikini from being worn on its coastlines; Germany banned the bikini from public swimming pools until the 1970s, and some communist groups condemned the bikini as a "capitalist decadence".

The bikini gained increased exposure and acceptance as film stars like Brigitte Bardot, Raquel Welch, and Ursula Andress wore them and were photographed on public beaches and seen in film. The minimalist bikini design became common in most Western countries by the mid-1960s.

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Friday, December 29, 2023

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.

Bank Failures, Bankruptcy and Gold

"Money" can be anything that two parties agree upon. In a more primitive society you might trade ten cows for a acre of farmland.  Cows are harder to spend so man started using gold, silver, paper money and now crypto.

A solar flare or EMP blast could wipe out crypto. But precious metals have always been there.


(Epoch Times)  It has been nine months since the spectacular and sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank. After witnessing three of the four largest bank failures in U.S. history in 2023, the attention of the media and the markets has turned elsewhere. 

Banking crisis? It is as though it never happened. Having fallen by some 40 percent in March, the NASDAQ Bank Index has recovered to within 15 percent of its high from February. In the last few months, nearly all markets have gone on a bull run, including bank stocks. Yet, and despite the relative quiet, the banking sector is not in great shape. Here are some of the reasons why.

Banks continue to lose deposits. 

According to data from the Federal Deposit Insurance. Corp. (FDIC), U.S. banks have now lost deposits for six consecutive quarters. While the pace has slowed from the first quarter of 2023, in which nearly $500 billion of deposits were removed from the banking system, approximately $190 billion of deposits have been withdrawn in the last two quarters. 

Indeed, U.S. banks have lost a net $1.1 trillion of deposits since the beginning of 2022 when interest rates began to rise.

With customer deposits growing scarce, U.S. banks are instead relying on emergency funding lines from the Federal Reserve Banks and the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) system.

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Gold & Silver = Freedom
Fascist governments hate untraceable 
gold, silver and crypto coins.

1 oz American Silver Eagles are .999% pure silver. The spot price for silver is currently $24 an ounce.

Thursday, December 28, 2023

Tesla robot ATTACKS an engineer at company's factory

"The 600 series had rubber skin. We spotted them easy, but these are new. They look human... sweat, bad breath, everything. Very hard to spot. I had to wait till he moved on you before I could zero him."

Kyle Reese
The Terminator (1984)

Artificial Intelligence

Nothing to see here. Move along.

(Daily Mail)  A Tesla engineer was attacked by a robot during a brutal and bloody malfunction at the company's Giga Texas factory near Austin.

Two witnesses watched in horror as their fellow employee was attacked by the machine designed to grab and move freshly cast aluminum car parts. 

The robot had pinned the man, who was then programming software for two disabled Tesla robots nearby, before sinking its metal claws into the worker's back and arm, leaving a 'trail of blood' along the factory surface.

The incident - which left the victim with an 'open wound' on his left hand - was revealed in a 2021 injury report filed to Travis county and federal regulators, which has been reviewed by DailyMail.com.

While no other robot-related injures were reported to regulators by Tesla at the Texas factory in either 2021 or 2022, the incident comes amid years of heightened concerns over the risks of automated robots in the workplace.

The injury report, which Tesla must submit to authorities by law to maintain its lucrative tax breaks in Texas, claimed the engineer did not require time off of work.

But one attorney who represents Tesla's Giga Texas contract workers has told DailyMail.com she believes, based on her conversations with workers there, that the number of injuries suffered at the factory is going underreported. 

This underreporting, the attorney said, even included the September 28, 2021 death of a construction worker, who had been contracted to help build the factory itself.

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Jumping off cliffs or building Terminators,
What could possibly go wrong?
But humans have always been morons.

$500 Fines For Texting Hate Speech Are HERE!

Big Brother Says:

"Think only Multicultural and Open Borders Thoughts."

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