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Advocates of liberty need to understand who Giovanni Gentile was Part 2

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Advocates of liberty need to understand who Giovanni Gentile was Part 2

A few days ago, I told you that if you’re a conservative or a federalist you need to understand who Giovanni Gentile is and it is necessary for defenders of faith, freedom, and liberty to make that name a household name.  Our previous LORD & Master of America, Barack Obama spoke before the Economic Club of Chicago on December 5, 2017.

While he did not name his successor Donald Trump, Obama did invoke Nazi Germany in his speech.

“The danger is “grow(ing) complacent.  We have to tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly.  That’s what happened in Germany in the 1930s, which despite the democracy of the Weimar Republic and centuries of high-level cultural and scientific achievements, Adolph Hitler rose to dominate, Obama noted. “Sixty million people died. . . .So, you’ve got to pay attention. And vote.”

Yeah, you better vote alright; cause President Trump and his supporters and sympathizers are all fascists right?  This disciple of Saul Alinksy is still the community organization punk, poser president that he always has been.  Even when one of his clapping seals Greg Hinz tweets “Take That Donald Trump.”

Why is Obama so great when it comes to forcing people to buy health insurance and making deals with our sworn enemies?  Just feels good right?  These progressives never tell me anything about what they really want out of their faith of progressivism.  Why is forcing people to buy health insurance NOT fascism?  Don’t ask, just submit and obey the state.  The progressives have the best interests of the people at heart.  Just trust us and don’t ask questions.  That is how progressivism becomes a religion more than anything.

Obama would go on to say that his greatest disappointment was his failure to enact tight controls on gun possession.  He made look like that he was somber and sadden by this.  I’m not fooled by any of this, for Nazi Germany enacted some of most strict gun laws in the country which they have yet to learn its lessons from.  As soon as they got the guns it was open season on Jews (and other weaklings and misfits) and you know how that turned out as the Nazis were singing (at least to themselves); ‘Roll out the corpses’ (sung to the tune of “Beer Barrel Polka”).

The progressives will never tire and they will forever hunt, even after they get everything they want because they never are satisfied.  They think they are animals and based on that; they will live like animals, fight like animals, and die like animals.  We as conservatives and federalists, also must not tire in the fight for liberty and freedom.  As Ronald Reagan said, we are just one generation away from those things being null and void.  The desire in our bloodstream is to worship and to rule over.  It is that we tend to worship the wrong things and rule over people in a way that makes a mockery of God and his Law.

Further Reading

Obama Invokes Nazi Germany, Warns Against Voters Becoming ‘Complacent’

http://freebeacon.com/politics/obama-invokes-nazi-germany-warns-voters-becoming-complacent/Former President Barack Obama invoked Nazi Germany to urge attendees of a Q&A session to remain vigilant in today’s political age, according to a journalist who attended the event.

Crain’s Chicago Business reporter Greg Hinz attended the event at the Economic Club of Chicago where Obama was quizzed by Ariel Investments President Mellody Hobson about his beliefs on a variety of subjects.

Barack Obama invokes Nazi Germany in Economic Club remarks

http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20171206/BLOGS02/171209933?X-IgnoreUserAgent=1One thing he’s learned is that “things don’t happen internationally if we don’t put our shoulder to the wheel,” Obama said, speaking of the U.S. “No other country has the experience and bandwidth and ideals. . . .If the U.S. doesn’t do it, it’s not going to happen.”

Obama gave one specific example, but it was a solid one: Ebola. To fight the virus the U.S. did everything from build an airport tarmac in Africa to send in medical teams and ferry medicos from other countries. “We probably saved a million lives by doing that,” he said.

Someone who wants to be a voice for liberty and freedom. Telecom (Radio/TV) Pikes Peak Community College 1993-1998, BS Journalism, minor Political Science, Colorado State University-Pueblo 1999-2004

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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy eyeing 2020 with Puerto Rico visit

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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy eyeing 2020 with Puerto Rico visit

The newly-elected, progressive Governor of New Jersey (ex-Goldman Sachs executive Phil Murphy) is already eyeing 2020.

Murphy led a delegation yesterday to visit Puerto Rico, three months after Hurricane Maria. Digging further, a press release listed an extensive delegation including some curious choices, like appointed health officials from small towns with heavy Spanish-speaking (though not necessarily Puerto Rican-heavy) populations. It also includes the head of a leading Northeastern utility, PSE&G.

Last I checked, PSE&G has absolutely no business in Puerto Rico.

Ostensibly, this is for “relief efforts.” But no source document I could find, including that mentions actual relief efforts. No mention of what’s being brought down there. I suspect that’s because they probably aren’t bringing any relief supplies, no medicine, no equipment. Nothing. It’s just meetings, optics, maybe “fact finding.”

It should be obvious what’s really going on here.

Mainland public officials are going to Puerto Rico to recruit people — Puerto Ricans are birthright American citizens, have been since 1917 — to move to the mainland.

Upon arrival, those Puerto Ricans can legally claim “domicile” and register to vote (that is, if they were citizens to begin with) within any of our 50 states.

But Murphy’s team is looking to pack his state — a deep blue New Jersey which went for Hillary by a 55%-42% margin last year — and other likely settlement destinations (count on them also being blue states) with even more likely Democratic voters.

Murphy just got elected by a double-digit margin in New Jersey, ending eight years of term-limited and integrity-limited Republican Chris Christie’s bad beach manners. He does not take office until January 16, 2018.

Murphy does not need more help in re-election.

This is about the next presidential election.

The progressives are already packing the voter rolls.

But this trip is, very likely, using public funds, whether from Murphy’s transition budget or elsewhere. Given New Jersey’s legendary and current budget problems,

Call this what it is: A taxpayer-funded, Democratic voter-registration drive.

This guy is running for President. He’s already working on votes.

And bet that his delegation is recruiting Puerto Ricans to move to the mainland. Of course, those Puerto Ricans — already citizens — would become eligible to vote in the next Presidential election.

How that use of taxpayer money is legally suspect. These expenditures are subjects that are within the jurisdiction of the Justice Department (which has used its discretion to investigate matters of far less potential impact) to inquire.

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Mainstream media is finally talking about Ruben Kihuen because they have no other choice

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Mainstream media is finally talking about Ruben Kihuen because they have no other choice now

Over a week ago, I asked the question, “Why isn’t mainstream media talking about Representative Ruben Kihuen’s sexual misconduct accusations?” Now, it seems like they have to cover him because the House Ethics Committed has launched an investigation into him over sexual harassment allegations.

Unfortunately, the “coverage” of Kihuen, a Democrat, is pretty scant. Politico, which is know for exceptionally long pieces going into every detail of political scandals involving Republicans, dedicated an entire two paragraphs to Kihuen:

Ethics Committee launches investigation into Kihuen

https://www.politico.com/story/2017/12/15/ethics-committee-launches-investigation-into-kihuen-297785The House Ethics Committee launched an investigation into Rep. Ruben Kihuen over allegations of sexual harassment.

The freshman Nevada Democrat is accused of harassing a campaign aide during his 2016 campaign. He denies the allegations and has rejected calls for his resignation.

There’s no need to click through to read the rest of the article because that’s the entire thing.

My Take

I’m not a Republican shill. I’ve actually been pretty betrayed by the GOP for a long time and no longer have affiliation with them. I do, however, believe in fairness in coverage when it comes to the mainstream media. Politico has actually gotten better at this since the election, choosing not to go down the road that so many left-leaning publications have of exposing everything about President Trump and Republicans while glazing over bad news for the Democrats, but this story has been the exception. The appetite for Democratic sex scandals, it seems, has not risen to the point that mainstream media has to cover it more. The only way that can happen is if more people demand it.

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Female sexual harassment finally makes an appearance in the current political purge

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Female sexual harassment finally makes an appearance in the current political purge

Men in power have been falling like flies over the last few months. Politicians, Hollywood elite, and journalists have been most hit. Now, the first female accused of sexual misconduct has made headlines during the “purge.” Democrat Andrea Ramsey, who was running for Congress in Kansas, has dropped out of the race following reports she sexually harassed a male employee in 2005.

Dem woman drops out of Kansas race over sexual harassment settlement

https://www.axios.com/dem-woman-drops-out-of-kansas-race-over-sexual-harassment-settlement-2517682430.htmlThe allegations: When Ramsey was the executive vice president of human resources at LabOne Inc. in 2005, Gary Funkhouser — a male employee who worked under Ramsey as a human resources manager — alleged she propositioned him for sex. She made “unwelcome and inappropriate sexual comments and innuendos” toward him, according to the lawsuit he filed against LabOne in October 2005. Ramsey then stopped talking to Funkhouser, moved him from his office to a cubicle farther away from her in the office, and then fired him on June 13, 2005. Funkhouse and LabOne permanently closed the case in July 2006 after reaching agreed-upon mediation terms, according to legal documents reviewed by Axios.

My Take

We all knew this would eventually happen. Men, while accounting for the vast majority of these sexual misconduct issues, aren’t the only ones who can use a position of power to pressure people under them. Now that it’s happened, we can move on.

This isn’t really big news, though some are making it their top story for some reason. It’s news. It happened. There are bigger fish to fry.

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