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  • [32] May 17, 2015 at 7:57pm

    In 1963, the Communist Party of the USA launched it’s goals – 45 of them.

    #26. Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as “normal, natural, healthy.”

    #40. Discredit the family as an institution. Encourage promiscuity and easy divorce.

    Even though the CPUSA is pretty low profile, many articles of its agenda have hit mainstream politics. It’s gone so far that, in 2013, the CPUSA actually sued the Democrats for stealing their platform! The communists aren’t all that bright – what has happened is that socialists have gained increasing control of the DNC and have taken their ideology with them. The CPUSA may as well quit and join the Democrats.

    Here is their old list of objectives so one can see just how far they’ve progressed:

    Mr Bush is quite right. America must reject the constant attacks on its natural basic morality, which is being attacked to make the introduction of socialism possible. Even Stalin, after WW2, recognised that the moral strength of the American family and its staunch adherence to Christianity had to be diminished before communism had even a remote chance of taking hold in your country.

    This is the way that the GOP must unflinchingly proceed…

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  • [7] May 17, 2015 at 6:29pm

    Thank you, Miami.

    The question should also be asked: If there were no WMDs in Iraq, then what, precisely, did Chemical Ali gas the Kurds with? And how did he acquire that unsavoury moniker?

    A scurrilous attempt to rewrite history has been perpetrated by those who detest Mr Bush…

  • [13] May 17, 2015 at 6:20pm

    Oh, come on, guys.

    It wasn’t that terrible, in fact, most of the monologue was funny. It;s quite easy to see what his point was and it wasn’t to excuse perversion or anything like that. Are we so conditioned with political correctness that we feel we must automatically recoil from any condemnation of child molesters that isn’t solely shrill outrage? Condemning them with humour is just as good – and sometimes more powerful.

    And he was correct. In the 70′s there was little public condemnation of child molesters. We, as children, were all severely admonished to avoid strangers, but it wasn’t until the 80′s that these miscreants started being regularly hauled into court.

    I remember when the law was changed here (sort of) so that teachers were publicly prosecuted and shamed if they were caught interfering with children. To everyone’s astonishment, significantly more women teachers than men were hauled up in front of the beak. Who would have thought?

    For those who, like me, were unable to view the video on this page (as is so often the case), here it is on youtube:

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  • [26] May 16, 2015 at 5:49am

    Yep, I aced it as well. Given that I come from the other side of the planet indicates to me that the test was too easy. That said; I was helped a couple of times by the multiple choice options.

    The platitudes that I received at the end were quite wrong. Except for “You are a wealth of obscure facts about the past.” That’s true, sadly.

    For example: Did you know that “In God We Trust” which is stamped on your coinage, and found in other places, actually came from a Puritan battle standard in the 17th century?

    Ah, dear me… If only these legions of useless little nuggets that clutter my brain were worth actual money…

  • [116] May 15, 2015 at 2:19am

    The reason is simple, Cat.

    The Communist Party of the USA set out its goals several decades ago. I have the whole thing somewhere but I can’t find it at the moment. One of the goals was to destroy the moral strength of the American family because it make the successful introduction of socialism immensely difficult – if not impossible.

    The way that they chose to do it was to employ feminism to push the mothers out into the workforce.

    The upside of this is that women have a much greater choice in life than they ever did before, and that’s a good thing. The bad thing is that women were made to feel a lesser contributor, and less self-fulfilled, if they didn’t get out of the house.

    It seems that the only people who remembered the old adage ” the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world” were the communists, and they intended to do the rocking.
    That video was fun. I have another one for your enjoyment. The best bit comes right at the end.

    Luckily, the majority of western women, while rightly accepting the advances that early feminism gave them, have tossed the rest of the socialist nonsense into the trash bin of history…

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  • [3] May 14, 2015 at 6:27pm

    I agree, Joe. Never write anything down that you wouldn’t want to see on the front page…

  • [12] May 14, 2015 at 6:25pm

    This seems like a classic honey trap to me. Mr Diehl’s texts are slobberingly enthusiastic while the interns replies are carefully encouraging but seem to lack reciprocal passion.

    Now that the scalp has been taken, the intern is hiding behind an attorney who isn’t hired by her but was a former Democratic state House member. Mr Willoughby is being most solicitous.

  • [3] May 12, 2015 at 8:55am

    The points that you mention gave me pause also, Fishing.

    I gave it some thought and then I realised that the writer knows that he is likely addressing prospects who are new to the extremist ways. It’s also likely that they are english-speaking citizens of the target nation and not exactly Koranic scholars. They are radicalised cannon fodder.

    I was also a bit perturbed by the condescending use of “secret agent” and “special agent”. but I think that the writer may be trying to present a romantic view to the prospect. A James Bond sort of thing. Let’s face it, these prospective terrorists are likely to be uneducated malcontents with a criminal background who might be searching for a purpose in their lives – a higher calling, so to speak – although I realise that this isn’t always the case.

    The reason that I believe it is genuine is that there are statements that dove-tail very neatly with things that I already know about.

    Am I certain? Not in this murky, double-dealing war. But I think that the probability is high…

  • [6] May 12, 2015 at 8:37am

    I think that Jeb Bush is taking the view that something must be done to raise scholastic standards, which is laudable, but Common Core is the wrong thing.

    For a long time I had trouble figuring it all out and then John Oliver (Jon Stewart’s sidekick on the Daily Show) made this video. It’s funny, of course, but it also presents the problem in a very succinct manner.

    It seems to me that Mr Bush may not have examined Common Core closely enough in his determination to achieve his objective. At least, I hope that’s the explanation…

  • [11] May 12, 2015 at 8:26am

    I think some poor guy is about to be very pleased that there was a video camera operating – and that the operator had the integrity to confront the police with the truth.

    In the foreseeable future I see someone inviting someone else to a very nice restaurant…

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  • [60] May 11, 2015 at 6:33pm

    It’s not a “made up idea”, it’s a fact.

    How do I know? Because the Muslim terrorists are telling us themselves in the plainest language possible.

    Here is their guide to hiding in the west and how to kill people. It’s quite long but, once I started, I couldn’t stop reading it. It explains an awful lot of things. It also confirms that they are coming to kill us – in fact, many are already here…

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  • [21] May 11, 2015 at 6:18pm

    I think that your right, MOT, Mrs Obama does seem to have a racist chip on her shoulder.

    She also thinks that museums are for white people…

  • [5] May 10, 2015 at 8:48am

    Delightfully pragmatic, Snow… :)

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  • [10] May 7, 2015 at 6:28am

    Firstly, they weren’t brothers – unless you mean brothers-in-arms, which would be an odd characterisation.

    Secondly, they didn’t decide to go and kill on a whim, they were selected for the job by one Abu Hussein al Britani in Syria with whom they were communicating. They would have traveled any distance necessary and they didn’t expect to survive.

  • [66] May 7, 2015 at 3:40am

    Yes, Keystone, Mr Beck gets it. So do most of the people on this site.

    The Islamists are going to kill Pamela Geller, or die trying. The Obama administration has allowed so many savages in that the FBI is becoming overwhelmed.

    “There are so many like him [Garland jihadi] that you have to prioritize your investigations.” – FBI official.

    Ms Geller has managed to wake Middle America up to the very real threat that is ISIS, and they are right in your communities. More are pouring in, both legally and illegally, and the recruitment drive in your prisons and universities is being stepped up.

    And they are coming to kill you.

    I’m not being dramatic; they are testing their own power and your resolve. They are becoming increasingly brazen as they find themselves largely unopposed. Here is a “Hannity” clip where the well-known Islamist savage, Ajem Choudary, states that Ms Geller should be killed – right to her face!

    America owes Ms Geller a debt of gratitude for bringing the threat into clear view. Her action has every prospect of costing her dearly. Her life may well be forfeit.

    It would be nice if someone thanked her…

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  • [19] May 7, 2015 at 1:07am

    Mrs Clinton is toast, RJ. The real question is who will the eventual Democratic candidate be?

    That said; only a fool would treat this ruthless and battle-hardened political viper with contempt, but I can’t see how she can possibly prevail…

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  • [18] May 7, 2015 at 12:51am

    I realise that this isn’t quite in line with the thrust of the conversation, but President Kennedy has always been a hero of mine.

    He was a Democrat of course, but it’s my impression that he was firstly an American. In fact, I sometimes wonder if he would be a Democrat today – or if the current Democrats would even have him. And before I get jumped on, I do realise that his wasn’t a perfect presidency but he was far better than most of those who followed him.

    His greatest achievement was holding back his bellicose generals and preventing the world from leaping from the precipice into nuclear war. His determination to prevent this hideous conflagration probably contributed to his assassination, and it was a breath-takingly close run thing. Those who doubt that haven’t studied those distant events closely.

    To my mind, this innocuous but valuable program further demonstrates the commitment that he had to his country, his fellow Americans, and his nation’s future.

    Let the kicking begin… :)

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  • [33] May 6, 2015 at 6:21am

    I’m absolutely stunned.

    Not just because the media, with few exceptions, has piled onto Pamela Gellar, but also how the Islamists have cowed Americans. How the hell did that happen?

    How could the US media, the one profession specifically protected by the 1st Amendment, be so craven, so unutterably spineless as to side with savages. Oh, sure, they give perfunctory lip service to the ideal of free speech, but then say that the cartoons aren’t really free speech. They say that Ms Gellar was “provocative” and “stupid”.

    Why hasn’t the Blaze published the winning cartoon – which may well cost the artist, an ex-Muslim, his life if ISIS has any say in the matter? And why has the media not noted that Ms Gellar is now a stated target of that savage ideology?

    Here’s the winning cartoon, by the way:

    ISIS means to kill her. They can’t let her live because it would humiliate them further.

    Does she receive support? Hardly. The Washington Post whines that Ms Gellar hasn’t offered an apology. The Dallas Morning News carries a picture of Islamists honouring the “martyrs”, for God’s sake.

    Americans: These savages intend to kill you as soon as they can. All of you. Especially those in the media which quails at the prospect of being called “islamophobic”.

    “Islamophobia”: a word invented by the MB to shut down people like Ms Gellar and quell any criticism in the media.

    And it has worked beyond their wildest dreams…

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  • [25] April 29, 2015 at 2:53pm

    It appears on the surface that NYC lost their case and, in a fit of petulance, took their ball and went home.

    What really happened is that the Islamists scored a major victory over the American Constitution by frightening a major city’s leadership into compliance with Shari’a.

  • April 25, 2015 at 9:09pm

    Thanks Bio, but nobody was hurt. Just the usual loss of bottled wine from the supermarket shelves. Our buildings are designed with earthquakes in mind these days.

    I saw your last greeting but I didn’t reply as it was so long after the fact that I figured you wouldn’t be back to check. I wish I could spend more time on here.

    We bought the yacht, by the way. Blue water in three years, all going well!

    Best wishes to you and your family. Your youngest must be coming up for a birthday soon if I remember correctly. Happy birthday to him if I’m right.

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