Billionaire George Soros, who has spent millions of dollars financing Democrats and left-wing causes, used a controversial Panamanian law firm to establish a web of offshore investment partnerships that operate around the world and out of the scrutiny of U.S. regulators, according to leaked documents.
As a nation we are facing what I am finding to be one of the least-hopeful presidential elections of my lifetime. We are facing the reality that we may see Hillary Clinton as the Democratic candidate for President of the United States. Yep… Hillary Clinton.
The argument against a draft should appeal to all: you own your own body. No state has the right to force you to kill or be killed against your will. No state has a claim on your life. We are born with freedoms not granted by the state, but by our creator. Only authoritarians seek to take that away from us.
But why stop there? Why can't a 20-year-old believe he is a senior and get 10% discount on his coffee? Why can't a 400 lb woman believe she's an anorexic 5-year-old and get to pay the children's price at the all-you can-eat buffet? Why can't someone believe he's unemployed, so he won't have to pay taxes? If I feel like a physician, can I write prescriptions for people? Why not? If someone feels like a a short-haired tabby, can she marry her tom cat? If I feel like Abraham Lincoln, can I collect all of those $5 bills with my likeness on them? If I feel like the President of the United States, do I get to fly around on Air Force one and get secret service protection? If I feel like the owner of my favorite restaurant, can I get a free meal there?
If anyone is told "no" in any of the above situations by anyone who is for transgendered restrooms, they are not only discriminating bigots, but hypocrites of the highest order. -- COMMENT
Travelers flying out of Chicago just can’t catch a break. With increasingly long lines to get through security at the city’s airports, many travelers have been missing their flights, and some ended up sleeping at O’Hare International Airport on Sunday.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has pledged to stand up for the rights of the nation’s “law-abiding gun owners” repeatedly on the campaign trail. But some conservative 2nd Amendment supporters remain unconvinced of his sincerity on the issue— and for good reason, considering Trump’s fickle statements about gun ownership over the years. For 2nd Amendment supporters who are also currently on the Trump wagon, his statements about the right to bear arms are worth careful observation over the next several months.
What American voters have to decide, the lawmaker concludes, is whether they want to live in a country that “serves our people.” Because, Sessions says, how the nation votes in 2016 will determine “whether we remain a nation-state that serves its own people, or whether we slide irrevocably toward a soulless globalism that treats humans as interchangeable widgets in the world market.”
Today the Federal government tramples all over the spirit and the letter, of the 4th Amendment with its USA PATRIOT Act, FinCEN, SAR, CTR, TIA and ADVISE programs, and others. Bureaucrats, businesses and crooks alike are mining the data of millions of Americans looking at who you communicate with, what you read, what you buy, where you shop and what you eat, and they’re making a determination about you and your character based on the information a computer kicks out.
This incident proves, just as did the Arapahoe High School shooting in Centennial, Colorado in 2013 and the Madison Jr./Sr. High School shooting in Butler Co., Ohio earlier this year, having an armed presence on the scene when the attack begins can drastically reduce the attacker’s ability to carry out his plans.
We now have a large amount of evidence, and statements from experts that come directly from the field, which paint a very concerning picture. The science used to educate doctors and develop medicine is flawed. We are only ever exposed to studies that have been sponsored by big pharmaceutical companies, but these studies are not designed to take the long view. They are not designed to detect problems that can occur years or even decades after a treatment, or examine the risks of taking a drug for long periods of time. Nobody ever seems to mention or acknowledge the many studies which clearly show significant risk associated with many of the products that pharmaceutical companies are manufacturing to help fight disease.