Thursday, March 10, 2016

Somehow, I don't think the Malheur County District Attorney watched the same video that I did

Oregon State Police Justified in Shooting Oregon Bundy Protestor by on March 8, 2016

An Oregon State Police officer (left) fires his handgun at Robert "Lavoy" Finicum as Finicum reaches into his coat for a 9mm pistol.

An Oregon State Police officer (left) points a taser at Robert “Lavoy” Finicum as Finicum reaches into his coat for a 9mm pistol. Two Oregon State  Police officers shot him three times as Finicum reached for his gun.
An investigation has concluded that  two Oregon State Police officers were justified in shooting Robert “LaVoy” Finicum as the Malheur protest spokesman attempted to pull a 9mm on another OSP trooper after screaming go ahead and shoot me.”
The 6 shots fired by Oregon State Police – including the 3 that killed LaVoy Finicum – were “justified and necessary” on January 26, the Malheur County District Attorney said Tuesday.
Arizona rancher LaVoy Finicum, was shot by law enforcement after speeding away from a traffic stop on Highway 395, crashing into an embankment and running from police. Officials said eight shots were fired, and three of them were deadly.

NewsBusted 03/08/16

NewsBusted: CNN, Facebook, Robots

New Posts Muslim Attacks Crew, Threatens to Blow Up Plane in Air Over NYC? Media Buries the Story!   March 9, 2016


Something stunning happened last week on a JetBlue from New York bound for South Florida, but most of America hasn’t heard a word about it. Which means two things… it’s Truth, and it’s about a Muslim who is a threat!
There has been scant coverage of this incident. No big media, no mug shots, nothing. But it’s a big story. Punching out flight attendants and threatening to blow up the plane is terrorism…
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – A Queens man has been charged after he allegedly shoved two fight attendants, punched a third attendant and threatened to blow up the plane during a flight from New York City to South Florida.

And this is who obamite welfare monkeys want as president......devil emoticon
Gingrich: Denying Trump The Nomination Could Cause CIVIL WAR

Should Donald Trump emerge the victor in the GOP primary process, trying to thwart the will of the voters with a “contested” convention would result in “civil war"in the party, Newt Gingrich is warning.
“If Trump comes in [to the convention] with 45 percent or more of the delegates, he’s gonna be the nominee,” the former House Speaker said in a radio interview with John Catsimatidis, The Hill is reporting. “You would have a civil war if people stepped in, if the old guard stepped in, and tried to steal the nomination.”
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Fabrizio: Trump Can Stop Hillary in 'Ugliest Campaign Ever'
Voter perceptions of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are so negative they appear virtually unprecedented in the modern political era, according to veteran strategist and pollster Tony Fabrizio.
"I would venture to say that historically we've never had a presidential campaign start off with both major party candidates in such bad shape, image-wise, as these two are going to start out," Fabrizio tells Newsmax.
Wednesday afternoon's release of the latest Newsmax/Fabrizio, Lee & Associates online survey shows both front-runners face a major task rebuilding their respective reputations. In fact, of the 1,500 registered voters who were surveyed online, 24 percent stated that they disliked both candidates.
When voters were asked what they liked least about Trump, 24 percent described him as either "arrogant," "rude," "a bully," "a jerk," or as someone who brags too much.
But Clinton fared even worse. When asked what they liked least about Clinton, 32 percent of voters said she was "dishonest" or "untrustworthy," or "lies."

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Monday, March 7, 2016

Bowe Bergdahl's lawyers fear Trump has ruined his right to fair trial

The Plan That Makes Trump President Wayne Allyn Root | Mar 07, 2016

I was the first national political commentator to see the potential of Donald Trump. I believed Trump could win the nomination when only two people in all of America believed it- me and Trump. I wrote about it at last June.
I was the first to compare Trump to Reagan.
I was the first to talk publicly about Trump’s appeal to blue-collar working class Americans.
So I think I am in perfect position to make some suggestions to the Trump campaign. Here’s my plan to “close the deal” for the man who wrote "The Art of the Deal."
First Trump can put the race away today by going to John Kasich through a third party to make the following offer: “John you’re not winning the nomination. There is no clear path for anyone but me to win the nomination. I’m about to open my wallet and spend $100 million to finish this race once and for all. I want you as my Vice President.

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Krauthammer Says This is the Stupidest Line Ever Uttered By An American President

Rush: Trump Offers Bigger 'Upside Than Downside'
Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh on Sunday said he isn't as concerned about a Donald Trump nomination as most Republicans seem to be.
"I think with the case of Trump, there's a much bigger upside than downside," Limbaugh said on "Fox News Sunday."
Trump is a reaction to the Republican establishment ignoring the concerns of the people, Limbaugh said, and Trump is actually doing what the GOP says it wants to do: bring in more people to the party.

End America’s Busted Nation-Building in Afghanistan
By Doug Bandow, Senior Fellow Cato Institute [@Doug_Bandow]
Afghanistan is now even more dangerous than it was a year ago. The Taliban now controls more territory than at any time since 2001. Despite pouring $113.1 billion into Afghanistan, Washington has surprisingly few sustainable, long-term benefits to show for it.

You're not fighting Trump. 
You're fighting the people who are voting for him. 
   The anti-Trump effort being waged by the Republican Party is essentially a fight against democracy. 
  It's not that this monster has raised himself up to threaten the ivory castles of the blue bloods, it's that millions of people have stood up and said, "Enough is enough." 
  It is they against whom the GOP establishment is fighting. 
And that fight never turns out well. 
  Donald Trump isn't Barry Goldwater in 1964, he is Andrew Jackson in 1828. He is going to storm the White House, and he is going to bring his unwashed hordes with him. The Trump campaign is built on the uniquely American premise that the people are sovereign, and that does not jibe with cozy arrangements of the country-club Republicans. For too long, the Republican Party has exploited its constituencies, instead of served them, and the beaten dog is about to bite.

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Sunday, March 6, 2016

22 Republicans Will Never Vote for Trump
The tally has reportedly grown to 22 leading Republicans who are declaring their non-support of front-running presidential candidate Donald Trump if he wins the nomination.
Freshman Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska became the highest-profile elected lawmaker to give a thumbs-down to supporting Trump, saying he prefers a third-party candidate. He was closely followed by GOP Reps. Reid Ribble of Wisconsin, Mark Sanford of South Carolina, Carlos Curbelo of Florida and Scott Rigell of Virginia, The Hill reports.
Outside the Beltway, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, conservative commentators Erick Erickson, Glenn Beck and radio host Steve Deace, and Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol also won't back Trump, The Hill reports.
The others who make up the roster of 22 non-backers, The Hill reports, are: Jay Caruso of the conservative website RedState; Eliot Cohen, a former George W. Bush official; Doug Heye, a former RNC communications director; Kevin Madden, a former Mitt Romney aide; former RNC chairman Mel Martínez; GOP strategist Liz Mair; former New York Gov. George Pataki; former Texas Rep. Ron Paul; former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge; former Oklahoma Rep. J.C. Watts; conservative New York Times contributor Peter Wehner; and former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman.
But other Republicans worry a Trump-vote boycott could backfire.
"My impression is the voters are voting with their own minds and they're not looking for direction or guidance from me or anybody else," Texas GOP Sen. John Cornyn tells The Hill.
Despite the high-profile efforts by the Club for Growth and other deep-pocketed conservative groups to stop the Trump momentum with ad campaigns in battleground states like Florida and Ohio, the no-Trump vote crusade has had little impact so far, The Hill reports.
And the two most powerful Republicans in Washington — House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell – remain pledged to back the party's nominee.
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