Sunday, November 29, 2015


Voting for Shrillary won't be easy for the last handful of Democrats to have any sense of patriotism or decency.
Luckily for them, there is Tryphorgetin. From DNC Pharmaceuticals, not just a drug, but a way of coping:

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Dragnet lecture to 0bama

Trump VS the “Establishment” – He’s Got ’em Right Where He Want’s ’em – Stammering, Stuttering and Lost…

The march of the Trumpisms' continues:

Megyn Kelly: "You've called women you don't like 'fat pigs,' 'dogs,' 'slobs,' and 'disgusting animals'…"
Trump: "Only Rosie O'Donnell."

Media: You can't build a wall!
Trump: "Sure I can, AND Mexico is going to pay for it!!"

Media: But you support Eminent Domain?
Trump: Yeah, and "Try building the Keystone Pipeline without it"..

Media:  But you called Sanders a maniac!
Trump: "And a Communist", don't forget!

Media:  But you declared bankruptcy!
Trump:  "Yup, sure did.  And I Chaptered 4 out of 400 companies. Took over bad deals and made money on those too !"…

Media:  But you held a rally and someone said Obama was Muslim, and you didn't defend him from it!
Trump:  Yeah, "Would he defend me? I don't think so!"

Media: But you attacked Ben Carson! "…
Trump: Well, I never hit my mother on the head with a hammer! Did you, Bill?"

Media: Jeb Bush want's a no-fly zone in Syria?
Trump:  When did ISIS get airplanes?

Media:  You can't build a wall?
Trump: I build things, that's what I do – watch me!

Media:  You're going to deport 11 million people.  You'll need a "deportation force".
Trump:  What does I.C.E do?

Media: But you used to be a Democrat, you have donated to Democrats?
Trump:  Yes, I live and work in New York.  NYC is all Democrats, if I need to leverage assistance for my company goals I need to work with Democrats.  It's a business necessity; I look out for my employees and their best interests.

Media:  But you had Hillary Clinton at your wedding?
Trump: Yes, it was an amazing event, the best, the biggest, the most elegant, and I asked her and Bill to attend. They did.  Wouldn't you, I mean if I invited you?

Media:  You spend all this time talking about polls.  You seem obsessed by polls?
Trump:  Yeah, that's because I'm winning them.  If the polls were not good, I wouldn't even mention them. Duh.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015



Saturday, November 21, 2015

Bill Whittle: How to Stop the Civilizational Collapse | Frontpage Mag

Let me ask you a quick question.  This is an interesting question, and it goes to the heart of what's actually happening in the world.  Anybody know what the fastest land animal is?  Cheetah?  Anybody know what the deepest-diving mammal is?  Sperm whale, deepest diving mammal.  The highest-flying bird?  It's actually -- it's called a Ruppell's vulture, but geese fly at 12,000 feet.  But you'd be wrong about all of those.  Because the fastest land mammal is the human being.  The deepest-diving mammal is the human being.  The highest-flying animal on earth is the human being.  By far.  By far.

We eat everything.  We eat insects, tree barks, moss; we eat fungus, we eat cows, we eat mammals, we eat fish, we eat insects.  We eat everything.  And the reason that we're so successful is because human beings are programmable animals.  They're the only programmable animal in the history of the world.

That's why I can take a kid who was born into the heart of ISIS and raise them in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and they will turn into be perfect, wonderful, genuine American citizens.  And I can take the nicest, whitest kid from the most rich or most beautiful little hometown in America and raise them in Syria, and they'll grow up to be suicide bombers.  We are programmable animals.  And we have to understand that it's the programming that makes us different.  It's not the race, it's not the culture, it's not the class; it's the programming, it's the culture.

So what does that mean?  Here comes the science -- brace yourselves, I'll get through this as fast as I can.  When you look at any animal in the history of the world, any animal on earth today from a microorganism to a blue whale, what you find is that animals have developed strategies to maximize their numbers.  That makes sense, right?  Evolution says the genes that are successful are the ones that are pushed down to the next generation.

And as it turns out, there are two different strategies for pushing genes down to the next generation.  And what we're seeing in our society is this programmable animal, the human being.  The reason the society is collapsing is because we're changing from one strategy and we're going to another.

So let me tell you what these two strategies are.  If we're going to figure out how many different organisms can exist in a certain area, in a certain ecosystem, there are a couple variables that we look at.  And one of the variables is called R.  R is the reproductive rate.  The faster that animals can reproduce, generally speaking, the more they can fill up a given ecosystem.  R is the reproductive rate.

What kind of animals traditionally are R-selected animals?  Rabbits are a great example of an R-selected species.  Because rabbits live on a plain of infinite grass.  There's more food than any rabbit could ever eat.  Gazelles on the savannah, the same thing. You're never going to run out of grass if you're a gazelle on the savannah.  That's not the problem.

So a group of rabbits, a huge herd of rabbits, are in a big, big endless field of clover.  A rabbit is a very R-selected organism.  What do these things have in common?  What do rabbits have in common with each other?  Rabbits don't compete against each other. They're noncompetitive.  Rabbits don't have a threat assessment.  They're aware of predators, but if more rabbits come into where the rabbits are, the rabbits don't care.  They just move over a hop.  Because there's an endless supply of resources for them to eat forever.

Rabbits are promiscuous.  They have sex with as many other rabbits as they possibly can.  The male just has one encounter with a female, then goes onto the next female just as fast as he can.  Rabbits do not invest in their children, because there's no point in making a fit rabbit.  There's no actual benefit to making a healthy, fit, competitive rabbit.  Because there is an endless supply of food, and the amount of time you would spend raising a super-rabbit is wasted.  What you really should be doing is making more rabbits.

That's how rabbits succeed. They're selected by R.  And they have R-type behaviors for an advanced reproductive rate.  They don't have any sense of social structure, either, by the way.  There are no rabbit hierarchies, there are no rabbit leaders, there are no rabbit warriors, there are no rabbit teams.


That's what rabbits do.  They select and survive and win by pushing out their genes, by reproducing as quickly as possible.

Now, what about the alternative?  What is the opposite?  Well, if reproductive rate is one way to measure how many organisms can live in an ecosystem, another way to measure the total number is by the carrying capacity of the land.  In other words, how much life can this area support?  That variable is called K.

And if you want to think of a K-selected species, a species that's selected based on the limitations of the environment, a great example would be wolves.  Wolves are very K-selected.  Rabbits are R, wolves are K.  They have almost exactly different behaviors.  What are some of the qualities of wolves?  Wolves are extremely competitive.  From the beginning, wolves will be in fights.  The males will be fighting constantly to see which is the alpha male, what dog is on top.  Wolves will be constantly having these battles because of fitness.  They need to be fit in order to survive.  That's a quality of wolves.

Wolves have a very strong group identity.  If there's 30 rabbits in a field and 30 more rabbits come in, the rabbits don't care, they just move over.  But if there's a pack of 30 wolves in a northern environment which can only support 30 wolves, if another 30 wolves come into that environment, pretty soon there's only going to be one pack left.  They are aware of external threats, and they understand that these threats are a threat to their survival, and they're ready to fight about it.

What else do we know about wolves?  Wolves pair-bond for life.  They pick a mate at their peak fitness, and they stay with that mate for life.  And that's important.  Because by pair-bonding for life, they have to raise fit kids.  Wolf puppies have to be trained how to hunt.  It's not as easy as just eating grass.  Hunting is harder than eating. It's harder than gathering.  I don't know how many vegetarians we have out here, but usually, you know -- the term means poor hunter in ancient Sanskrit.


So they have that quality.  And wolves, because they have a large investment in their young, it takes them awhile to train their puppies how to hunt and so on -- they spend a great deal of time with their children.  And they want their children to be as fit as possible, because an unfit wolf will die in a world of limited resources, where an unfit rabbit doesn't care.  It doesn't matter, there's all the food it could want.

So finally, wolves have strong social codes.  Wolves form into warrior bands.  They form packs.  And when wolves start fighting, if one wolf throws his throat to the other wolf and gives up, the aggression on that top wolf turns off, because wolves respect the law.  They have a law, and they respect it.  They're wired to respect it.

Now hopefully by now, some of you may begin to realize some of these qualities between one group of people and another group of people in this society.  Right?

R selection is liberalism, what we call liberalism, traditional liberalism, classical liberalism. That's what we are.  But progressivism, that's a better word.  It is an R-selected philosophy.  It's a philosophy of there is no external threat.  It's a philosophy of communism and socialism, because socialism is noncompetitive.  They don't care if they all do worse, so long as they don't have to compete against each other.  Because none of them are fit.  They don't believe in fitness.  It's the philosophy of early promiscuity, it's the philosophy of abandoning your children, and it's the philosophy of lawlessness, where your only job is to maximize resources for yourself, because resources are endless.

K are conservative.  We're competitive, and we like to compete.  We'd rather lose to a better adversary than to win by cheating.  Everybody in this room feels that same way.  We're improved by competition, we're made better by it.  We like it, because we're good at it.  That's capitalism.

Wolves like us invest in our young.  We tend to be more monogamous, we tend to have honor codes and rules and laws that these rabbits are using against us, because they understand that we're bound by laws and rules and honor codes.

So what's happening?  What's happening to this country?  And what happened to the Greeks, and what happened to the Romans, and what happened to the Egyptians, what happened to the Babylonians, what happened to the French, what happened to the British, what happened to all of them?

It's very simple.  It's really very simple.  K-selected behaviors -- cooperation, discipline, warrior codes, law -- produce over the course of 300 or 400 years a civilization that eventually reaches the height of its powers.  And when it is the dominant civilization in the world, as the Greeks, the Romans, the Egyptians -- when they are absolutely dominant, you would think that that would be the point that that culture would go into space, that there would be nothing left to confront the Romans.  Once the Romans had completely dominated the world, you'd think we would've had Romans on the moon a thousand years ago.  Because what's going to stop the Romans?

But that's not what happens.  It doesn't happen.  It didn't just not happen once; it didn't happen ever.  Once civilizations get to the peak of their power, they collapse.  They collapse, collapse, collapse, collapse.  Why?

Because when a civilization reaches that level of prosperity and security and dominance, the people inside that civilization ...

Friday, November 20, 2015

More Spending

Hillary's solution to $18 TRILLION national debt. Don't give Hillary the credit card!

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Good morning America!

Little tyrant University of Missouri teacher who resigned in disgrace for inciting violence against journalist

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Cronyism: For the Likes of Google, It is Really, REALLY Good to be a Friend of Obama

One more reason to dislike google...

If President Barack Obama doesn't like you – his government tends to make your life really, REALLY miserable. Ask Tea Party and conservative groups – when Obama's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) isn't harassing them, it is allowing them to endlessly languish unapproved. Ask reporters who report things in ways the President doesn't like – his government spies on and investigates them. Ask the coal industry – Obama's administration is unilaterally regulating it out of existence. And on, and on, and…

But President Obama doesn't have to specifically dislike you. He need only prefer your regulatory opponent – and at their behest he will make your life really, REALLY miserable. To wit: the Tech sector.

The Administration's Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in February – via Title II Reclassification and Network Neutralityunilaterally declared itself the pernicious overlord of all Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Is it because he dislikes the likes of Comcast and Time Warner? It would be difficult to think so.

Comcast, Time Warner Execs Are Major Donors to Obama

In fact, Comcast is melded with…NBC. Which means NBC News. Included therein is the completely ridiculous MSNBC and the freshly ridiculous CNBC. How on Earth could President Obama dislike them?

He could – if a bigger Crony asked him to do so. Behold: Google.

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Google spent most of the 2000s pushing mightily for Net Neutrality. Because it forces ISPs to give mega-bandwidth-hog-companies like Google (and Facebook and Amazon) unlimited Internet service – for free. It doesn't get much more Crony than that.

Net Neutrality went nowhere legislatively. Because Americans have a very difficult time believing the free speech-free market Xanadu that is the Internet – is in dire need of fundamental transformation. Prior to Election 2010, 95 Democrats signed a pro-Net Neutrality pledge – all 95 lost. The group responsible for the pledge – raised on it a whopping $300. It was a dead issue.

Until the Age of Obama. President Obama has a proven track record of not caring a whit about what We the People want. We were opposed to the 2009 "Stimulus" (it in fact incepted the Tea Party movement) – the president gave it to us anyway. We were (and remain) opposed to ObamaCare – the president gave it to us anyway.

So We the People started electing Republican Congressional majorities – to demonstrate and embody our opposition. What was the Crony Administration to do? It simply stopped using Congress. And started unilaterally issuing executive fiats to impose things we didn't like – but the Cronies did. Like Net Neutrality – for Google.

But the Title II Reclassification is a HUGE power grab. It gives the Obama Administration sudden (highly dubious) uber-authority over the ENTIRE Internet – not just ISPs. Which means the likes of Google also fall under its monstrous thumb – if it chooses to press down its digit. Does the Crony Administration do so? Of course not.

FCC Unequivocal in Declaring No Intent to Regulate Edge Providers

In case you were unsure – Google is an "edge provider."

Google, Facebook 'Do Not Track' Requests? FCC Says They Can Keep Ignoring Them

No one – NO ONE – tracks you like Google. Tracking you – and then selling you and what you do online – is just about their entire trillion-dollar-business-model. The Crony Administration certainly wouldn't put a stop to that.

What happens when government regulates the living daylight out of one part of a sector – and leaves another utterly unfettered?

(Google,) Facebook, Amazon and Other Tech Giants Tighten Grip on Internet Economy


The Cronies ask – the Crony Administration delivers. It is, as always, really, REALLY good to be a friend of Obama.


Monday, November 09, 2015

Modern Day Stagflation Is Killing the Middle Class


The 70 percent of Americans that comprise the middle class have been suffering for years from "stealth stagflation" that is driven by high taxes and oppressive regulations.

Stagflation is defined by Merriam-Webster as a condition of "persistent inflation combined with stagnant consumer demand and relatively high unemployment." According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the official unemployment was at 7.8 percent in January 2009, when President Obama took office. The rate soared to 10 percent in October of that year and has been sinking steadily to 5 percent last month. But the "good news" has not been from an expansion in the percentage of Americans working, but rather millions who ran out of benefits up and stopped looking for jobs.

If those "discouraged" workers were added back into the mix, the unemployment rate would jump to 11 percent. Today, there are more people out of work now than when Obama moved into the White House.

America's growth rate has been averaging about 2.2 percent, following the worst recession since the Great Depression. But historically, coming out of a recession the economy should grow at 3.5 to 4 percent.

The Consumer Price Index underestimates the true rise in cost of most of the items the middle-class buys. According to the Chapwood Index that tracks the price changes for the top 500 items that middle-class Americans buy, true inflation is up about 9 percent in the last 12 months.

Despite government statistics and what our political leaders say, middle-class Americans are being devoured by the virus of stagflation.

And despite promises that government could grow the middle-class from the middle out, ever-rising taxes and the cost of complying with onerous government regulations on businesses have caused prices to rise, unemployment to remain high, the economy to remain stagnant, and the federal government debt to rise to $19 trillion.

The 2016 election is an opportunity to choose a president who will cut taxes and unnecessary regulations. But Americans must put someone in charge that understands the problem, knows how to fix it and promises actually to do something about it.

Monday, November 02, 2015

The Rigging Of The American Market

Why have food prices been rising faster than inflation, while crop prices are now at a six-year low?

Because the giant corporations that process food have the power to raise prices. Four food companies control 82 percent of beef packing, 85 percent of soybean processing, 63 percent of pork packing, and 53 percent of chicken processing.

The Rigging Of The American Market

Much of the national debate about widening inequality focuses on whether and how much to tax the rich and redistribute their income downward.

But this debate ignores the upward redistributions going on every day, from the rest of us to the rich. These redistributions are hidden inside the market.

The only way to stop them is to prevent big corporations and Wall Street banks from rigging the market.

For example, Americans pay more for pharmaceuticals than do the citizens of any other developed nation.

That's partly because it's perfectly legal in the U.S. (but not in most other nations) for the makers of branded drugs to pay the makers of generic drugs to delay introducing cheaper unbranded equivalents, after patents on the brands have expired.

This costs you and me an estimated $3.5 billion a year – a hidden upward redistribution of our incomes to Pfizer, Merck, and other big proprietary drug companies, their executives, and major shareholders.  

We also pay more for Internet service than do the inhabitants of any other developed nation.

The average cable bill in the United States rose 5 percent in 2012 (the latest year available), nearly triple the rate of inflation.

Why? Because 80 percent of us have no choice of Internet service provider, which allows them to charge us more.

Internet service here costs 3 and-a-half times more than it does in France, for example, where the typical customer can choose between 7 providers.  

And U.S. cable companies are intent on keeping their monopoly.

It's another hidden upward distribution – from us to Comcast, Verizon, or another giant cable company, its executives and major shareholders.

Likewise, the interest we pay on home mortgages or college loans is higher than it would be if the big banks that now dominate the financial industry had to work harder to get our business.

As recently as 2000, America's five largest banks held 25 percent of all U.S. banking assets. Now they hold 44 percent – which gives them a lock on many such loans.

If we can't repay, forget using bankruptcy. Donald Trump can go bankrupt four times and walk away from his debts, but the bankruptcy code doesn't allow homeowners or graduates to reorganize unmanageable debts.

So beleaguered homeowners and graduates don't have any bargaining leverage with creditors – exactly what the financial industry wants.  

The net result: another hidden upward redistribution – this one, from us to the big banks, their executives, and major shareholders.

Some of these upward redistributions seem to defy gravity. Why have average domestic airfares risen 2.5% over the past, and are now at their the highest level since the government began tracking them in 1995 – while fuel prices, the largest single cost for the airlines, have plummeted?

Because America went from nine major carriers ten years ago to just four now. Many airports are now served by one or two.

This makes it easy for airlines to coordinate their fares and keep them high – resulting in another upward redistribution.

Why have food prices been rising faster than inflation, while crop prices are now at a six-year low?

Because the giant corporations that process food have the power to raise prices. Four food companies control 82 percent of beef packing, 85 percent of soybean processing, 63 percent of pork packing, and 53 percent of chicken processing. 

Result: A redistribution from average consumers to Big Agriculture.

Finally, why do you suppose health insurance is costing us more, and co-payments and deductibles are rising?

One reason is big insurers are consolidating into giants with the power to raise prices. They say these combinations make their companies more efficient, but they really just give them power to charge more.

Health insurers are hiking rates 20 to 40 percent next year, and their stock values are skyrocketing (the Standard & Poor's 500 Managed Health Care Index recently hit its highest level in more than twenty years.)

Add it up – the extra money we're paying for pharmaceuticals, Internet communications, home mortgages, student loans, airline tickets, food, and health insurance – and you get a hefty portion of the average family's budget.

Democrats and Republicans spend endless time battling over how much to tax the rich and then redistribute the money downward.

But if we didn't have so much upward redistribution inside the market, we wouldn't need as much downward redistribution through taxes and transfer payments.

Yet as long as the big corporations, Wall Street banks, their top executives and wealthy shareholders have the political power to do so, they'll keep redistributing much of the nation's income upward to themselves.

Which is why the rest of us must gain political power to stop the collusion, bust up the monopolies, and put an end to the rigging of the American market.