Third Party & Independents

​Whose First Amendment Rights Matter More? Google's or Yours?

Posted by AllardK on October 17, 2017 at 6:18 PM

This is why people are worried and angry about the power that Mega Silicon Valley Entities (MSVE's if you will) wield and how that power intersects with civic values that are fundamental to America and other Western democracies.

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​Don't Make Iran Mad - Especially When They Go Nuclear

Posted by AllardK on October 16, 2017 at 5:09 PM

If the Middle East is it's own history-laden world, then Iran has become the Middle East's Soviet Union and President Trump actually has advisers who realize this.

That's one way to look at not certifying the Iran Deal but keeping within it's structure, which is what the president did at the end of this week. Unfortunately, the White House has now passed the ball to Congress, by using the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act (INARA) that was written precisely to give America a way to apply pressure on a non-compliant Iran while staying within the framework of the deal. Certification can be, and now has been, withheld if America feels Iran needs to be forced to act in the spirit of the accord.

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Trump On A Roll To Be A Great President

Posted by Roy Ellis on October 11, 2017 at 5:49 PM

Seven months in and President Trump is proving he has the right stuff to be a great President. As we will see in Penn. This PM, Trump's base is solidly behind him and like what he is doing and what he has accomplished so far.

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​Las Vegas - Can We Build Trust Again?

Posted by AllardK on October 6, 2017 at 1:27 PM

Now it appears that the Vegas Police and the FBI are exchanging warning shots. The local bureau chief in Las Vegas, Aaron Rouse, basically told Sheriff Joseph Lombardo to stick to "the facts." This was probably in response to Lombardo speculation on whether Paddock had an accomplice who may have helped him accumulate his arsenal of weapons and may have helped him plan the attack. This after evidence that Paddock may have scoped an earlier music festival by renting a condo overlooking the festival grounds. In other words, same tactics, different venue, with a possible plan that was abandoned for some reason.

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​Are We Waiting for a Leviathan?

Posted by AllardK on October 4, 2017 at 3:46 PM

David French, of the National Review, is right. The Las Vegas shooting is strange in its details. At least those details that we have so far found out about from the police. Stephen Paddock had spent the whole weekend (perhaps since Thursday) at the Mandalay and had booked a hotel room with a perfect overview of the fairground where the country music festival was held. He had tripods, a platoon's worth of weapons, and bump stocks that turn a semi automatic weapon into an automatic weapon by providing automatic "bumps" that act like a trigger pull. His girlfriend seems to have been in the Philippines during the weekend and Paddock may have wired her $100,000 days before the shooting. There seems to have been a lot of planning that went into this.

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Evil in Las Vegas - Tom Petty is Gone

Posted by AllardK on October 3, 2017 at 6:45 AM

When the mourning for the massacre in Vegas yields to the endless debate over 2nd amendment rights versus gun control regulations, we also have to ask if this was a psychotic act or an evil act. Why ask that question? They must basically mean the same thing, right? A psychotic or sociopath is someone whose emotions, whose sense of the value of others, is not wired right, and therefore whose conscience is lacking in fundamental ways.

That's evil right?

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Can Trump Be Transactional on Tax Reform?

Posted by AllardK on September 29, 2017 at 1:42 PM

The question of what President Trump would do in the wake of Judge Moore's primary win over Luther Strange in Alabama has been answered, in part at least. He'll not only go after GOP establishment members of Congress. He'll also go after Democrats. Especially when he believes he has a wedge issue at hand which he believes can be used against members of Congress from both sides of the aisle.

Tax reform for example.

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Trump Backs a Loser in Alabama - Who Wins?​

Posted by AllardK on September 27, 2017 at 5:29 PM

What a shock! Roy Moore - who's been leading comfortably in the polls for a little while now - wins the GOP primary runoff senate race in Alabama. How humbling it must be for Majority Leader McConnell and President Trump.

Maybe for Mitch McConnell. Maybe less so for Trump.

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​Tillerson vs. Haley on Iran May Be About The Money

Posted by AllardK on September 22, 2017 at 3:13 PM

​What will President Trump do about the Iran Deal? And what does that say about the apparent battle between Nikki Haley, UN Ambassador and rising star, and Secretary of State Tillerson - a low key middle-of-the-road diplomat with no diplomatic experience but a focus on streamlining the department?

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​So What Was The UN's Purpose Again?

Posted by AllardK on September 20, 2017 at 6:17 PM

​It's UNGA time again in Manhattan. That would be the United Nations' annual General Assembly. On the eve of the reunion, here's what Nat. Security Adviser McMaster said:

"The United Nations of course holds tremendous potential to realize its founding ideas, but only if it's run efficiently and effectively."

Let's unpack this one just a little. Consider the United Nations' founding principles as outlined in Articles 1 and 2 of the UN Charter:

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Frank Giaccio (R)

Posted by Weary_Willie on September 16, 2017 at 10:16 AM

http://www.breitbart.com/tag/frank-giaccio/

Donald Trump High Fives 11-Year-Old Frank Giaccio Who Came to Mow White House Lawn

​What Will Steve Bannon Think of Prosecuting Comey?

Posted by AllardK on September 12, 2017 at 8:50 PM

​So Steve Bannon - the evil dark force behind Trump's presidency until his recent departure if we are to believe most of mainstream media - thinks firing then FBI Director James Comey was one of the worst political mistake in "modern" history. This begs a few questions:

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​Matthew Continetti Needs to Pretend he's Winston Churchill - For America's Sake

Posted by AllardK on September 9, 2017 at 8:14 AM

​Matthew Continetti is a little taller on TV and far more dapper than he seems in his nerdy little head shot that often accompanies his work at The Washington Free Beacon. But right now, he's one mean badass if you ask me.

Allow me to explain.

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How Trump Can Defeat The Globalists

Posted by Roy Ellis on August 30, 2017 at 6:09 PM

Things, they are a changin. To get started its worth noting how we got here.

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