A Borderless World


Image Credits: By Al Jazeera English, Wikimedia Commons

A borderless world. Image Credits: By Al Jazeera English, Wikimedia Commons

A borderless world, a brave new world: Borderless for corporations and the hordes of unskilled, uneducated, third world immigrants they want to bring in to destroy the country, but not for you. Just like NAFTA brought open borders for corporations, but, on the other hand, if thought you were bringing something into the country from Mexico or Canada without paying tariffs, taxes, and duties, then you thought wrong.

If they can get the TTP passed, then we’ll all end up being wards of the state — spelled S-L-A-V-E-S. And if anyone but Trump gets elected president, then that is what you’ll get.


Congratulations Class Of 2016 You Are Screwed!

Puppets of multi-national corporations felt it was time to clue future generations in on the devastation in store for their future

The TPP, a so called trade agreement that basically creates a legalized one world government, will soon be ratified.

The ultra secretive TISA, intended to be classified for five years after being signed, was exposed by wikileaks as something that essentially clears the way for the multi-national corporations to regulate the management of public laws. . . . (more)

Trump Media Disconnect: the Media Always Gets It Wrong


Image Credits: by Michael Vadon, Wikimedia Commons

Trump media disconnect: What? I’m still losing? Yeah, right! Image Credits: by Michael Vadon, Wikimedia Commons


Trump media disconnect: It seems that when It comes to Trump, the Media always gets it wrong. Are they living in an alternate universe? Their own private Idaho? Or are they tools (pun intended) of the NWO, globalist elite?


Hillary Clinton is unraveling quickly

From the New York Post by Michael Goodwin

A liberal friend is very concerned about the Republican Party. He tells me that Donald Trump will make it impossible for anybody anywhere running under the “R” column to win election. Even a dogcatcher in Podunk is doomed!

The New York Times shows a similar concern. Surely written with furrowed brow, its front page worries because “Sparring in GOP Rises” and because “Rift Grows Wide as Republicans Abandon Trump.” It joins two other concerned lefties, the Huffington Post and CNBC, in declaring that the GOP is “unraveling.”

All stand ready to help sponsor a dignified funeral, but that won’t be necessary. Their reports of the Republican Party’s death are premature. Very premature.

A new Quinnipiac poll tells the inconvenient truth. Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied in each of the three key swing states of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida.

The breakdown in Florida reveals how truly close the race is. As Politico puts it, Clinton has a 13-point advantage among women, 48 percent to 35 percent, while Trump’s lead among men is also 13 points, 49 percent to 36 percent. Each gets 39 percent of independent voters, while Trump wins big among whites, and Clinton wins big among nonwhites. The candidates have identical net negative approvals of minus 20 points, 37 percent to 57 percent.

With the poll showing Bernie Sanders doing better against Trump than Clinton (and Sanders winning the West Virginia primary on Tuesday), I myself am growing concerned about the “unraveling” of the Democratic Party!

Big Media’s fixation on the defections of Big-Name Republicans is the latest proof that both groups remain stubbornly disconnected from real Americans. If Trump had been dependent on the support of Mitt Romney or Sen. Lindsey Graham or assorted pundits and donors, he never would have gotten 10 million primary votes.

He launched a rocket-fueled revolution, defeated 16 rivals and became the presumptive nominee by running against the entire national establishment, not to mention conventional wisdom and both political parties.

Now he’s doomed if Romney doesn’t back him? Nonsense.

Yet each day, the drum beats louder about a new and greater threat to GOP harmony. The current one is the insistence from everybody on the left, and a few on the right, that Trump is toast if he can’t get House Speaker Paul Ryan to endorse him. . . . (more)

Trump Rubio VP — Trump Doesn’t Offer But Rubio Turns Him Down Anyway


Image Credits: By Gage Skidmore, Wikimedia Commons

Trump Rubio VP: Rubio for Trump VP? Not bloody likely. Image Credits: By Gage Skidmore, Wikimedia Commons


Trump Rubio VP: Foam party King, or is that Queen, Marco says he would not be Trump’s VP. Yeah, Okay.

You’ve got to love these guys who turn down things they haven’t been offered. What does he think? He’s playing Fantasy Football?

Marco refuses? Hang tough, Marco. What a guy!


Once Again, Marco Rubio Refuses to Be Donald Trump’s Running Mate With a Proverbial “Hell Naw”

From Jezebel by JE Reich

It looks like we should start planning certified robot Marco Rubio’s belated bar-mitzvah, because it looks like the GOP’s babiest automaton has turned into a real boy—at least when it comes to refusing to publicly back presumptive GOP nominee/withered Cheeto behind your couch Donald Trump.
Well, sort of.

In an interview on Tuesday with anchor Jake Tapper on CNN’s The Lead, the former GOP hopeful and current Florida senator once again flatly denied the possibility of running on the same ticket as his former rival.

“It would be impossible,” Rubio stated, citing his lack of advisers currently “out in the field.”

“I stand by the things that I said,” Rubio went on to insist, while referring to Trump as an “erratic con-man” who should not be given nuclear codes—which is all probably correct, considering that Trump seems to think that nuclear warfare is about the same as playing Sid Meier’s Civilization II. [What? Jezebel is not a fan of Trump? Now there’s a surprise. — Ed.] . . . (more)

Ryan and Priebus, Karl Rove Minions


Roger Stone on why Ryan and Priebus are trying to control the GOP convention.

Ryan Trump: Ryan plays Chicken with Trump


Ryan Trump

Ryan Trump: Paul Ryan, the dimwit, decides to go head to head with Trump.


Ryan Trump: Sayonara Paul Ryan. Stick your head between your legs and kiss your ass goodbye. Paul Ryan decides to take on Trump. Seeing what’s happened to everyone else who’s decided to take on Trump, this almost certainly will not end well for Ryan.


The Arrogance of the Prom King

By
RobertRinger.com via, Lew Rockwell

Just when you think you’ve heard and seen it all in the Republican campaign then, along comes prom king Paul Ryan displaying an arrogance that makes Donald Trump look like the Dalai Lama by comparison. Millions of American jaws must have dropped in unison when chameleon Ryan casually told CNN’s Jake Tapper that he’s “just not ready” to support Trump.

Really? Where do I even begin to address such a remarkable display of unflinching arrogance? How about just stating the obvious — that the litmus-test conservative crowd still doesn’t get it.

That’s right, hard as it is to believe, after ten months of watching Trump swat every political fly who’s annoyed him, the pathetic “Never Trump” crowd really and truly still does not understand what’s taking place in America.

Specifically, what they don’t get is that this is a genuine revolution. And it’s not a revolution about Trump. It’s a revolution about the corruption and arrogance of the leadership of the Republican Party — and, on a broader scale, the entire Washington political establishment.

That’s right, it’s taken eight long and destructive years, but the Republican Party’s base is now in full revolt against the Ryans, the McConnells, the McCains, the Grahams, et al. You’d have to be blind, deaf, and stupid — or totally delusional — not to have figured that out by now. Nevertheless, the guys who have run things for decades have chosen to stubbornly remain in a state of denial.

They do not understand that the so-called leadership is not the Republican Party. The Republican Party is the Republican voters. Had party leaders been able to do so, they were fully prepared to ignore the will of their rank-and-file members at the Republican National Convention in July and use their crooked, self-serving rules to get their way.

Now, since Trump put Cruz and Kasich on the canvas much earlier than expected, their state of self-righteous panic has quickly intensified and they’re talking about forming a third party. LOL. Would that they would actually do it because it would be yet another episode of Road Runner Trump versus Wile E. Establishment. And, as with the real Road Runner and real Wile E. Coyote, it’s Wile E. who always end up on the losing end of these clashes.

There are three things about which you can be certain if the panicked Republican ex-leadership actually moves forward with a third party:

  1. It will give Trump yet another big boost in the polls.
  2. They will lose badly to Trump in the general election.
  3. They will forever be persona non grata in the new Republican Party that they once controlled. Talk about poetic justice.

Who in the hell does Paul Ryan or any of the other Never-Trump RINOs think they are to proclaim that Trump will have to prove to them that he’s willing to adopt their platform? Attention all RINO wusses: Trump steamrollered everyone in the field because he refused to go along with your ideas! . . . (more)

Roger Stone Trump — Roger Stone and Alex Jones with the Latest on Trump


Roger Stone Trump: Roger Stone and Alex Jones with the Latest on the Trump campaign.

Oh, Those Evil Russians — Russians Save Killer Whales


Russians save killer whales, four of them, that were trapped by ice.

Top Climate Change Scientist Admits He Was Wrong


Climate Change Scientist Admits He Was Wrong. Climate change narrative continues to crumble.

Why Trump Won


Why Trump won.

Why Trump won. Image Credits: By Gage Skidmore, Wikimedia Commons

Why Trump won: Seems the Establishment is still in a state of shock. Well at least Ann Coulter wasn’t taken by surprise: she predicted a Trump win all the way back in June, 2015. Since then the MSM has been telling us over and over that Trump was losing, and all the while, Trump kept winning. How’d it happen? Here’s a small excerpt of David Stockman’s opinion.

My opinion? Trump saw himself as the winner and never let go of that vision until he made it so. For those of us who believe the universe is consciousness, it’s called effective prayer.


Trumped! Why It Happened And What Comes Next, Part 1

From David Stockman’s Contra Corner by

First there were seventeen. At length, there was one.

Donald Trump’s wildly improbable capture of the GOP nomination, therefore, is the most significant upheaval in American politics since Ronald Reagan. And the proximate cause is essentially the same. Like back then, an era of drastic bipartisan mis-governance has finally generated an electoral impulse to sweep out the stables.

Accordingly, the Donald’s patented phrase that “we aren’t winning anymore” is striking a deep nerve on main street. But that is not on account of giant trade deficits or a faltering foreign policy and failed military adventures per se.

Indeed, it has very little to do with any patriotic impulse with respect to America’s collective polity, and everything to do with voter perceptions that they personally are not winning economically anymore, either.

What is winning is Washington, Wall Street and the bicoastal elites. The latter prosper off finance, the LA branch of entertainment (movies and TV), the SF/technology branch of entertainment (social media) and the great rackets of the Imperial City—including the military/industrial/surveillance complex, the health and education cartels, the plaintiffs and patent bar, the tax loophole farmers and the endless lesser K-Street racketeers.

Consequently, most of America’s vast flyover zone has been left behind. Thus, the bottom 90% of families have no more real net worth than they had 30 years ago. By contrast, the real net worth of the top 9% stands at 150% its 1985 level, and the very top 1% is at 300% of its level three decades ago.

Moreover, the wealth round trip of the bottom 90% depicted in the chart below was hardly real in the first place. Main Street net worth temporarily soared owing to Greenspan’s 15-year housing bubble which culminated in the great financial crisis. What is left is mainly the mortgage debt. . . . (more)