A Well-Deserved Light Finally Being Shown on Democrat Voter Fraud

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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I’ll give Donald Trump props for at least one thing. He has and still is causing the needle to move on some very important issues which would otherwise get little press.

Early on it was illegal immigration and building the wall. To his credit he brought that topic to the forefront. Then it was the Muslim/refugee issue. Again, he spearheaded the attention brought to the subject.

And now, thanks to The Donald’s recent debate declaration about shady electioneering, everyone is talking about voter fraud. And just like every other political topic, battle lines have been drawn.

The ones who are having the fraud perpetrated on them, the Republicans, are raising alarms all over the nation and the ones perpetrating the fraud, the Democrats, are saying its all much ado about nothing.

But then you go back, watch and listen to the two senior democrat operatives (and others) highlighted in James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas video, and anyone with a brain must conclude that these two will do and have already done anything to get Hillary elected. read more

Comparing the Google Pixel and iPhone 7

Spec-by-spec comparison of Google's Pixel phone and the iPhone 7
Spec-by-spec comparison of Google’s Pixel phone and the iPhone 7

Since Pixel is the first true “phone by Google,” many consumers are hoping for the kind of unified software and hardware presentation that can be missing from Android environments, but has long been an Apple mainstay. But what about specs? Here’s a nuts-and-bolts comparison of the Pixel and iPhone 7. read more

A Unique Look at Woodrow Wilson

Stu Burguiere of the Blaze and side kick of Glenn Beck present a nice little history lesson regarding one of the left’s heroes, progressive icon and 28th President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson. I guess we really weren’t any smarter back then, for until Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton – there has never been a more evil Chief Executive (save for FDR).

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Trump Missed a Golden Opportunity to Crush Hillary

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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Wednesday’s debate was just more of the same. Admittedly, I simply cannot watch an entire performance starring these two incompetents – so I toggled between the debate and the replays of New England Patriots Wednesday, where they show the press conferences from the ebullient Bill Belichick, Tom “Terrific” Brady and interviews with some key players.

I must have gotten lucky each time I switched back to the debacle debate to hear Chris Wallace, who did a good job, ask Hillary a question to which she each time spouted a canned response. Answers to which any competent opponent could have blown apart by simply choosing to put in a modicum of study and preparation.

But this is not Trump’s way. He has evidently convinced himself that copping the same attitude and demeanor that put him over the top in the Republican primary will have the same result in the general election. We’re all finding out this is not the case – all but Trump that is.

People want to hear more and they’re not getting it. If you are an honest, objective Trump supporter, you know this is true. I’m not a supporter – I still may end up voting for him – but I will certainly not support him. He has done nothing to earn that support – except for not being Hillary. read more

BMW Self-Balancing Motorcycle

The Motorrad Vision Next 100 requires no safety equipment for the rider
The Motorrad Vision Next 100 requires no safety equipment for the rider(Credit: BMW Group)

The BMW Group celebrates its centenary this year and is showcasing several concepts that look forward to the company’s next 100 years. Following in the tire treads of the BMW Vision Next 100, Rolls Royce Vision Next 100 and Mini Vision Next 100, the company has unveiled its latest vision of the motoring future in Los Angeles. read more

Project Veritas Uncovers just how Criminal the Clinton Campaign is


This is uncensored and graphic – replete with foul language, typical of dirtbag democrats!

After seeing these videos, anyone still choosing to vote for Hillary Clinton is either a brainless moron or as corrupt as is she and the lackeys she and the DNC employs.

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A Letter from the U.N.’s Latest Eco-Conference

from: Craig Rucker at CFACT:

Why does the UN hate your house?


After spending two days at the UN’s Habitat III in Ecuador, it is abundantly clear the Greens are not hip on the American dream.

For many gathered here, the notion that it’s a good thing to own a home with a nice front lawn and two car garage is akin to admitting it’s o.k. to smoke cigarettes, drive an SUV, or worse yet … vote for a conservative.

What do they have against the American dream? Well in listening to them it seems to be clear they don’t trust people to be able to make the “right” decisions. They need the UN’s guiding hand to show them the path to eco-topia.

I heard this for myself when attending a briefing today (with what I might say had the somewhat troubling title) called “Metropolitan Governance: Multi-Level Coordination for Comprehensive Territorial and Urban Planning.” One of the leaders of the panel from New York’s New University seemed excited by the idea that he could organize cadres of students to monitor and collect data to turn over to government leaders so they could better manage their subjects.

The chairman of another meeting called “Contextualizing and Inspiring Sustainability in the New Urban Agenda” called for “radical” measures in our cities to change their patterns of behavior in order to fend off climate change.

And yet another conference titled “The Role of Media in Building Better Cities” was all about influencing the power of the fourth estate to spread the message of doom and gloom and move the citizenry to an acceptance of green dogma. CFACT policy analyst Bonner Cohen gives more details in his article on the second day’s events at CFACT.org.

Yes, to those gathered here in Ecuador it’s all about control – whether it’s cramming people into dense urban dwellings, forcing them to use public transportation, or limiting their use of electricity to stop global warming, the leaders of Habitat III want to call the shots.

Of course the record of pursuing a path of heavy-handed government management over human affairs is an abysmal one – whether it’s undertaken in China, Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea or the former Soviet Union.. Human liberty and free markets have always provided better results. And while most of those at Habitat III aren’t open to hearing this, the good news is … some are – particularly in the developing world. I look forward to telling you more about that later.

In the meantime, be sure to follow CFACT’s ongoing coverage of the events here in Quitoat CFACT.org.

For nature and people too,

Don’t forget to visit CFACT  for all the news of the wacky enviro-leftists.


In 2016 – State Elections are of Equal Importance

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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If we are to believe the polls, it would appear that Hillary Clinton has the 2016 presidential election virtually locked up.

As the election draws closers, polls historically become more accurate. The reason for this is that the companies who conduct polls have in their best interest to not only pick the winner, but to be as close as possible to predicting the margin of victory.

Professional polling companies live and die by polls, so accuracy is key to a good reputation – which leads to elite status amongst pollsters and to many more future contracts.

Early on, pollsters have a lot more leeway to get things wrong and even skew the election to the candidate they prefer. But as time becomes short, their livelihoods depend on getting it right. You will see a shift from polling just “adults,” to polling “registered” and “likely voters.”

Knowing this about polls and barring anything such as a Bradley/Wilder effect, this is Clinton’s election to lose. For those unfamiliar, the above “effect” is a circumstance when those being polled say they are voting for one candidate, due to not wanting to appear racist or sexist, or what they may perceive as peer pressure, but actually cast their ballot for another.

Yes, just saying President Hillary Clinton does lend itself to suicidal thoughts, I know. read more