Fight Now

We Fight Now or the Socialists Win

By William L. Gensert
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The Democratic Party is no longer a political party; it has become a religion.  Its acolytes practice politics with every bit of the religious fervor of Islamic militants throwing a gay man off the roof of a ten-story building because Sharia tells them it’s what he deserves.  Make no mistake, every day, our new socialists fight for the right to do the same to us.

After driving two hours to vote against Sandy O, I was told my ballot would be challenged because my signature didn’t match from when I registered as a Conservative in 1976.  I offered to show ID, which only engendered anger.  ID is not allowed — too reminiscent of using Voter ID to weed out illegal voters.  Of course, the real reason for the challenge was the “C” next to my name.  The poll lady was not about to allow a conservative to vote.  If they were willing to do that in an election they were guaranteed to win, what will they do next year?

Democrats know Donald Trump will win in 2020 and are planning to cheat to deny him victory.  These new socialists are importing a new electorate through open borders and have proposed legislation to allow illegals the vote.  They stole seats in the midterms using ballot harvesting and miraculously appearing boxes of “uncounted” Democrat ballots and will do the same in 2020.

The midterms were a trial run for 2020.  The left is organized and prepared.

To have any chance, we must behave the way the left behaves, and that means we should take a page from the Democratic playbook.

In 2008, there were members of the New Black Panthers stationed outside voting locations.  The right needs to do the same, and have people in place to document everything.  Challenge them at the polls; challenge them outside the polls; challenge them every time we see them cheat; challenge every single vote if need be.  Sue them in court over every irregularity, otherwise, they’re going to deny enough ballots, harvest enough votes, or find enough in trunks of cars to win.  We will need to fight for a fair 2020 election, or they will steal it.

The media was always biased, but at least they used to pretend that they weren’t.  After Obama’s election, they dispensed with all pretense and worshipped the man as a god.  Now, they worship the Democrats’ socialist ideology.  Every article either praises the left or pillories anyone who disagrees with them.

The battle in the media is lost.  We will never get fair and balanced coverage.  Yet, if we have learned anything from Donald Trump, controlling the media doesn’t guarantee controlling the message.  Part of the president’s success has been in dictating the narrative.  By using Twitter, perhaps at times injudiciously, but at other times brilliantly, Trump has bypassed traditional media and gone directly to the people — it got him elected and it can be used to fight the socialist takeover of this nation.  Facebook, Twitter, comments on articles, and public activism are all weapons at our disposal.

We have allowed the Democrats using Antifa, Black Lives Matters, and SJWs dominion over the public square.  We need similar tactics; there are far more of us than them, and in a battle against an army of pajama boys, we have the edge.

And we must be assertive not only vocally but physically.  A group of men preventing Antifa/BLM/SJWs from pummeling dissenters will be on CNN 24/7 — they will provide the platform because they will not be able to resist portraying the right as the aggressors.  So of course, we need to travel in groups and record everything.  Think what the left would have done to Nicholas Sandman had there not been video exposing their lies.

Most importantly, we must never attack first; we are not them.  Nietzsche said, “Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster.”  Never strike first, but certainly strike last; we don’t start, we finish.

But even if we can prevent them from stealing the election, it won’t be over.  This is a battle for the soul of the nation, and they are not only trying to win elections, they seek to “fundamentally transform the United States of America” into the next socialist utopia.  They are pursuing us at every opportunity because for them to win they must get rid of us.

One need only look at their policies to see what is coming.  Do we want to live in a world of unlimited abortion, before, during, and after birth?  Should our children live in a nation without cars, planes, meat, and affordable electricity?  Do we want our grandchildren to live in a world where a president has so corrupted executive agencies under his command they try to first steal an election and then depose his successor in a coup attempt based on lies bought and paid for by the likes of Hillary Clinton?  Are we willing to let Democrats give illegals the same rights and benefits as citizens?  Will we allow them to force those not directly responsible to pay reparations to those who didn’t directly suffer?  Can we live in a country that has taken away our 2nd Amendment and 1st Amendment rights?

Donald Trump fights, but he’s one man.  He can’t save us alone.  If we believe the dream that is America is worth saving, we are going to have to fight, for if we don’t, America is lost.

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The Second Civil War

Why Democrats Would Lose the Second Civil War, Too

  Kurt Schlichter, Posted: Mar 12, 2018 12:01 AM
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Why Democrats Would Lose the Second Civil War, TooIt’s obvious that the central tenet of the Democrat Party platform is now hatred and contempt for Normal Americans. Taking their cue from the elites in Europe and Canada who are stripping dissenters of their free speech rights and religious freedoms, the leftist elite is moving to solidify its hold on power here with the eager assistance of tech companies and the moral support of the Fredocons who yearn to return to pseudo-relevance as the ruling class’s slobberingly loyal opposition. In California, the leftist government is practically firing on Fort Sumter. And nationally, these aspiring fascists are especially eager to disarm Normal Americans – doing so would be an object lesson in who’s the boss, as well as solving that frustrating problem of the Normals having the ability to resist.
Probably because I’ve spent time where they actually had a civil war, many people ask me – people whose names you know – whether I think this turmoil will all end in a Second Civil War. They are seriously concerned, and not without cause – the left’s hatred for Normal Americans and its dedication to totally stripping the people who are the backbone of this country of their ability to participate in their own governance is threatening to rip the country apart. …Full story:
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Socialism Ruins Economies

As socialism takes over the Democratic Party, opponents of this failed philosophy are quick to point out how it’s ruined economies, look at Venezuela they would say, or the lack of food in North Korea, the bread lines in Cuba. And it’s all true. But they neglect to point out the worst part, socialism has killed almost 100 million people in the last century.

The chief reason the socialist system fails is that there are no incentives to work hard to better one’s self.  The government-run economy might seem reasonable to some, but what it is really doing is averaging everything, salaries, benefits, products, etc. One of the reasons Obamacare is a failed system is that it eliminated the low-level health insurance plans that young people wanted, and placed a “Cadillac” tax on the highest level plans. In the socialist system, everything pushed into a mediocre middle. That’s what kills incentive, whether you do well, or lousy at your job, the outcome is the same so why bother. The lack of incentive eventually leads to a poorly performing economy.

In the long run, socialism has always led to tyranny and misery because the government needs to make the economy work. They replace incentive, which feeds the human nature to better one’s life with oppression which feeds a different human nature, self-preservation. Which is why Socialism is a dysfunctional, violence-prone ideology.

During the  20th-century communism (which is a form of socialism) and socialist governments have murdered at least 94 million people. Per a detailed analysis in “The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression” (which should be required reading by every student in America) the number of deaths caused by socialist governments was estimated at 94,360,000, broken down as follows:

  • USSR — 20 million
  • China — 65 million
  • Vietnam — 1 million
  • North Korea — 2 million
  • Cambodia — 2 million
  • Eastern Europe — 1 million
  • Latin America — 150,000
  • Africa — 1.7 million
  • Afghanistan — 1.5 million
  • Communist and Socialist movements, parties not in power — 10,000

These estimates were made almost 20 years ago in 1997. Just imagine how some of the socialist and communist regimes have added to their total since (and some believe the estimates are too conservative). And let’s not forget what’s not there Fascism. The full name of Hitler’s Nazi party was; Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National-Socialist German Workers’ Party).

Despite its record of murder, the previous Democratic Party President Barack Obama got his political start by running on both Marxist and Socialist lines. He even signed a contract to support the Marxist New Party. Yet anytime that background was mentioned, the person who brought it up would be instantly attacked as racist. In 2016 the Democratic Party came close to nominating a declared Socialist, Bernie Sanders for president. And now it seems that the oxymoronic “democratic-Socialism” will be a big part of the 2020 Democratic Party platform (oxymoronic because eventually, a socialistic society loses its democratic elements).

Even with the death toll of Communist and Socialist governments, no one in the MSM seemed to care.

High school social studies textbooks are reluctant to talk about the history of socialist governments because teaching the truth about socialism is explaining the history of the radical Left, which in the end has similar goals.

When my son was in high school, for example, they used a textbook by McDougal Littell called “World History Patterns of Interaction.”

The book sets up the Cold War period with the mistaken explanation that both sides were aggressors. On page 983 it gives the politically correct, “both sides believed that they needed to stop the other side from extending its power.”  What it should have said was that it was a battle between the Soviet side wanting to expand its communist philosophy across the world, and the west trying to prevent that takeover.”

The textbook even lies about the fall of communism, it talks about Nixon and détente, then BOOM on page 991,” the fiercely anti-Communist U.S. president, Ronald Reagan took office in 1991. He continued to move away from détente. He increased defense spending, putting both economic and military pressure on the Soviets.” And the result of Reagan’s policies? Tensions increased. That’s it, tensions increased.

According to the textbook, an increase in tensions was the only result of the evil Reagan’s policies. But never fear according to their liberally crafted story, arose a leader in the USSR who knew not the cold war—The book explains later on page 991, “a change in Soviet leadership in 1985 brought a new policy toward the United States and the beginnings of a final thaw in the cold war.” Wow, look at that…out of the blue the USSR woke up and decided to play nice, instead of teaching our kids the truth, that thanks to the economic pressure placed upon it by President Reagan, and the inherent flaws of Socialism, the Soviet economy collapsed.

Coming up soon is May 1, a day when many laborers believe they are celebrating their contribution to society. In truth, they are celebrating a holiday created by socialism, a system that killed almost 100 million human beings.  If we wanted to be truthful, instead of calling it “International Workers’ Day” we should consider it a memorial day for all those people killed by the Marxist philosophies. We should re-dedicate ourselves to teaching the truth of his murderous philosophy to our children. Because George Santayana was correct when he said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

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An Army of One

Trump is an Army of One

By Brian C. Joondeph
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Presidents typically have the backing and support of their political party. Although all presidents have the bully pulpit to broadcast their messages, the presidency is a busy job and the president must delegate messaging and branding to surrogates, including elected officials in the president’s party.

Barack Obama had legions of apologists and defenders. Every Congressional Democrat and scores of leftovers from the Clinton administration were ready, willing, and able to defend all things Obama, as well as viciously pounce on any of his detractors. The Obamacare and Benghazi scandals were vociferously shielded from any criticism.

Bill Clinton enjoyed the same support from Team Democrat, particularly when navigating his scandal-filled two terms in office and impeachment. His supporters attacked independent counsel Kenneth Starr incessantly, impugning his character and calling him a pervert.

In addition, all Democrat presidents have the unwaveringly loyal support of the media, print and digital. News coverage of past Democrat presidents has mostly been favorable, overlooking negative stories and supplying an abundance of humanizing puff pieces. Democrat presidential candidates are routinely endorsed by most major newspapers in America.

Then along came Donald Trump, previously a member of each political party at different times in his life when such party affiliation served his interests. The truth was he was never a Democrat or a Republican, at least as they are defined today. Instead he is a problem solver, beholden to no one and not part of the political establishment. His loyalty is only to America and those who voted for him, not to the donor classes and globalist elites.

Seeking the presidency, he understood the folly of running as a third-party candidate, at least officially, although in reality he was very much a third-party candidate, joining the GOP as the lessor of two evils. He was not part of either party’s ruling cabal, having never held elective office or political appointment. He did not campaign or arrive at the White House with an entourage of advisors and staff, from previous stints as a governor or senator. Trump was an army of one.

Official White House photo by Joyce N. Boghosian

His past confidants from the Trump Tower days were his family and assorted lawyers and other fixer types, used as necessary when swimming through the shark-infested waters of New York City real estate development. President Trump entered the White House thin on trusted political aides and advisors. Few are still in his administration while most are long gone, some quietly and at least outwardly supportive of Trump, while others departed noisily, making trouble for Trump in exchange for book deals or appearances on CNN. Very few were solidly part of Trump’s army.

Now in the second half of his first term in office, he remains the king of a nonexistent political party, at least in Washington, DC. His actual party is “Yuuge” with a political base that elected and likely will reelect him in 2020. Trump hovers around 50 percent in the polls with 90 plus-percent support among Republicans.

Those few Republicans, like John Kasich, making noise about a primary challenge are chihuahuas nipping at the hooves of a massive Budweiser Clydesdale. The “son of a mailman” had his lunch handed to him by candidate Trump. Facing President Trump in 2020, he will be irrelevant.

Yet Trump is largely alone. Where are Republican members of Congress? Where are the pundits? Defenders are as scarce as moderate Democrats. Nancy Pelosi is on television more in one week than Paul Ryan was in two years.

Trump’s army is small, with only a few Congressional allies such as Mark Meadows and Lindsey Graham. Just a handful of media figures support President Trump while the rest call him a Nazi, a racist, a terrorist, or just a dolt. The remainder of the Republican Party is waiting patiently to stick a knife into Trump’s back when the situation allows.

Republicans controlled the House and Senate for two years. Other than a corporate tax cut, what did they accomplish? Obamacare wasn’t repealed, despite endless promises to do so ahead of each election. The wall, Trump’s signature issue, wasn’t built. Planned Parenthood remained funded as did sanctuary cities. Two Supreme Court nominees were confirmed, although the Kavanaugh process was a travesty, aided and abetted by a handful of squishy Republican Senators.

Even the President’s emergency declaration for wall funding is likely to be rejected due to several Republicans voting against their party leader and one of the primary issues for their constituents. How many Democrats defected in the Obamacare vote, a key issue for their party leader? None.

Despite being an army of one, Trump is more than willing to fight back with all his might. In his famous speech from October 13, 2016 he said, “But I take all of these slings and arrows for you. I take them for our movement, so that we can have our country back.”

Where is his army?

Fortunately, Trump is a fighter. No other Republican could withstand the daily blistering barrage from the media and both political parties ganging up on him to destroy his presidency. Imagine how much more he could have accomplished in his first two years with solid support from the GOP, advancing his agenda and pushing back against spy-gate tricksters?

On the plus side, he holds the keys to declassification and the pain that will bring to many, including potential indictments for conspiracy and treason. Huber and Horowitz are beginning to emerge from the shadows, bringing unpleasant surprises to many conspirators. As Trump told the NY Post last fall, “I’m a counter-puncher and I will hit them so hard they’d never been hit like that.”

On the negative side, there could be 17 or so Republican Senators willing to join with their colleagues across the aisle to vote for conviction on any of the inevitable impeachment charges passed by the hyper-partisan House. Murkowski, Collins, Romney, and others would be happy to see Trump removed from office and after some theatrical handwringing and might vote to convict on any bogus articles of impeachment.

Such defections were not a concern for Bill Clinton 20 years ago, but he was not a party of one; rather he was Atilla leading the Huns to battle. Trump has a fine line to straddle, bringing pain to the deep state but keeping Republican Senators, many of whom identify with the deep state, from tossing him to the wolves. Trump is interfering with the globalist elite agenda, and both parties would rather see him back in Trump Tower, away from the levers of power. After all, he was never supposed to win.

For his voters, the frustration mounts. We have but one vote to give to the president and only our voices on social media as his army. Our elected representatives serve not their voters but instead their donors, as evidenced by the immigration stand-off. His army of 60 million plus is strong but with limited effect. Unfortunately, his political army in Washington, DC is largely against him.

Yet he persists and perseveres, as an army of one. Despite being woefully outnumbered, he is the odds on favorite to prevail.

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‘Hire American’ Policy

Trump’s ‘Hire American’ Policy Delivers Fastest Wage Growth Since 2009

US President Donald Trump speaks after touring Snap-On Tools in Kenosha, Wisconsin, April 18, 2017, prior to signing the Buy American, Hire American Executive Order. / AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” policy pushed Americans’ wages up by 3.4 percent in the last 12 months, according to employment data released March 8.

“We’re seeing wages rise more than they have at any time for a long, long time,” Trump told reporters. He added:

The big news, really, was that wages went up. And that’s great for the American worker. That’s something people — I don’t know if they ever expected to see it.

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Climategate

Remembering Climategate

By S. Fred Singer
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Climategate refers to the leakage of emails among what may be termed alarmist conspirators, mostly Anglos in the U.K. and the USA.  They contrived and managed to suppress the circulation of any papers or data expressing opinions, contrary to the theme that CO2 is the “villain” that causes climate disasters.

They formed a network, traced by highly regarded GMU statistics professor Edward Wegman, that “peer-reviewed” each other’s papers and tried to prevent publication of contrary views by pressuring independent editors and by raising objections whenever possible.

Profs. David Douglass and John Christy relate their personal experience in an essay, published by American Thinker on December 20, 2009, with the title “A Climatology Conspiracy?”

Needless to say, the conspirators got off scot-free; in fact, they received many honors and plaudits from the general scientific community, whose members were unaware of the real story.  An example is a glowing open letter of support, written by officers of the AMS and other notables, in the 1996 issue of BAMS, the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.  The open letter was addressed to Dr. Benjamin D. Santer, the lead author of the crucial chapter in IPCC-AR (Assessment Report)-2, arguably the source of the calamitous Kyoto Protocol to the Global Climate Treaty, which would have introduced six limitations on the emission of CO2.

The source of the leakage of the Climate-gate emails was never found.  Speculation is that Russia, then-opponent of the Kyoto Protocol, might be involved.  Whoever he might be, he deserves a pat on the back.

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Socialists

Socialists Don’t Really Believe in Socialism

By Rich Logis
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Can we dispel, once and for all, the notion that “socialists,” “democratic” or otherwise, actually believe in the socialism they peddle?

“Socialists” love money, guns, walls, fossil fuels, Amazon, meat, private jets and cars, luxury apartments, mansions, and low taxes as much as anyone else.

“Socialists” just want everyone else controlled under their rule of tyranny.

Do you really think multi-house-owning, seven-figure-net-worth, $14,500-a-month-salary “democratic socialist” Vermont senator Bernard Sanders truly believes the “free stuff” balderdash he’s regurgitated for decades?  He admires Fidel Castro because he wants to be just like him, and he’s enamored of bread lines because, like a good “socialist,” he knows that the most addictive drug is government dependency.

I’m reminded of this every day, when I look at the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics rationing ticket from my wife’s upbringing in Poland.  Spoiler alert: Neither Lenin nor Stalin believed in socialism, either.

Sandy the Socialist Schoolgirl wasted no time getting a fancy pad (she earns the same as Bread Line Bernard).  Rumor has it that the building’s energy sources are electricity and oil — ah, first-world living in Washington, D.C., where average monthly rents are higher only in ten other cities around the globe.  Higher taxes?  Ha!  Sandy’s Immaculate Conceiver, AKA her mother, just moved from New York to my home state of Florida to reduce her property tax bill.  I hope she didn’t bring her politics with her.

President Obama?  Y’all aren’t still duped by his “fundamental transformation” shtick, are you?  Barry and Michelle may not have a wall around their $8.1-million mansion, but I assure you there are many scary-looking bodyguards armed with scary-looking guns.  And their guns are loaded and carried in gun-free zones — which are perhaps the stupidest thing in the long and illustrious history of stupid things.

I have no idea how much the Obamas’ down payment was, but if it was 20 percent, then their monthly mortgage bill is about $45,000.  Redistribution of wealth!  But just not the Obamas’ money, I guess.

Speaking of “needs,” “socialists” are always demanding to know why law-abiding AR-15-owners “need” 30 rounds in the magazine, but I want to know why the Obamas need nine bedrooms and 8,200 square feet.  If the answer is “none of your business,” then apply the same answer to the AR-15 question.

Even New York’s governor, Andrew Comrade Cuomo, knows that capitalism is infinity plus infinity superior to socialism.  Cuomo recently asked Amazon to reconsider opening its second headquarters in Brooklyn, after the company rescinded its offer to go there.  Talk about pouring teeth-chattering icy-cold water on socialism: why would Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos — on any given day the world’s wealthiest person — do business with a city who doesn’t kiss the ring?  Bezos, who also owns the DMIC (Democrat Media Industrial Complex) colluder and conspirator The Washington Post, is the latest Democrat gazillionaire to be cannibalized by his party’s anti-business and anti–free markets cult.

This is the irony of ironies: the Democratic Party, not the Republican Party, is the party of affluent, privileged, mostly white Democrats.  Bezos must have wanted his second headquarters in a city that boasts the most billionaires of any in the world.  My man also has an approximate $70-billion divorce bill upcoming, so I’m certain he wants to sell more than the usual quantities of used books, “Asia old man wall decals,” and toilet nightlights.  (In all seriousness: this last item is much more practical than it’s given credit for.)

Jeffrey, come to Florida.  Well be happy to have you — but, as a “socialist” would say, NIMBY: not in my backyard.

Here’s How to Defeat Socialism

Socialism is breath-shortening, palm-sweatingly, heart-poundingly sexy.  Like most of what comes out the mouths of Democrats, socialism is formidable precisely because there is zero logic or fact buttressing the ideology.

It’s no coincidence that an alarmingly large segment of the American electorate — especially our youth — is now going steady with socialism.

Socialist donkey dung sells well in a low- or no-thinking population.  It’s not our youth’s fault; it’s our fault.  We’ve got millions of socially engineered useful idiot dupe-dopes whose brains have been turned to mush by Ludovico-esque indoctrination in our culture, the DMIC, and especially education.  The shaping of malleable minds doesn’t begin in college; it begins in elementary school and continues in middle and high school.  Higher education is just the higher-priced socialism re-education camp.  The “free college” ploy is evil genius; college debt hovers around $1.5 trillion, in large part due to the fallacy of “college as a right.”  Once something becomes a “right,” our tax dollars are thrown at it ad infinitum; inflation sets in, and costs surge.  It’s not budget cuts that have resulted in millions of Americans in hock; it’s a deliberate, unsustainable excess of public monies, which have driven public and private college expenditures upward and upward and upward.

The Democrat scam was, and is, brilliant: use Americans’ hard earned dollars to “transform” our youth into Che Guevera T-shirt–wearing idol-worshipers; then, when the collegiate tab exceeds the price of a single-family house, sell “free” college — which is just another tax that will most burden the middle class and working families.

Americans aged 18 to 29 are as positive about socialism (51%) as they are about capitalism (45%).  This represents a 12-point decline in young adults’ positive views of capitalism in just the past two years, a marked shift since 2010, when 68% viewed it favorably.  Factor in the projected demographics of the next three decades, and the insatiable socialist hydra is poised to keep growing.

The GOP is also at fault for the burgeoning love affair our young have with socialism.  Other than Presidents Reagan and Trump, and Speaker Newt Gingrich, name me another elected Republican in the last five decades who unequivocally drew a red and yellow, hammer-and-sickle line in the sand opposing socialism.  Hell, go back to Eisenhower; he fought a world war against socialism, and not even he drew a red and yellow line.

To defeat socialism, may I suggest that we immediately cease labeling Millennials and Generation Zers as “stupid”?  They’re actually quite intelligent, and while I’m not fully letting them off the hook for being the dumbest group of smart people ever, now’s the time for those who give a damn about the well-being of our youth to have our “come to Jesus” moment and recognize that Democrats always prey upon our kids.

If we’re willing to engage them, ask them specific questions that nakedly expose socialist hypocrisies, as well as the history of mass-murdering and mass-suffering socialist regimes, something pleasantly surprising will happen, I predict: our youth will again learn to love capitalism, liberty, and realistic solutions to our many challenges.  That’s re-education I am willing to support.

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