Britain has now resorted to printing warnings about the dangers of knife crimes on takeout fried chicken boxes.
from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
Of the top tier of candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for president, one may be scarier than the others, and it may not be who you think.
A month or so ago, I wrote that Kamala Harris was rapidly gaining ground, and I thought that she, as a black women, might pose the most problems for Trump.
This may still be true, but it’s not the purpose of this article.
Rather than just speculating on just who might win, I wanted to take a look at who may be the worst, most dangerous choice as president from the left – not who can likely beat Trump, just who would be the most damaging, should he or she win.
Red Flags and Deep Fakes
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
There are currently two things happening in America that could be devastating to our people. Two things, which if used by the correct villainous individual or group, could cripple one’s reputation, ruin one’s life, or much much worse.
One high-tech and one decided low. One can negatively affect a single individual and the other could potentially rock the entire nation and send us spiraling into Civil War.
This is not hyperbole. I am deadly serious.
New York Times Executive Editor admits the paper’s myopic coverage of Trump-Russia and how they handle to scramble when it came up empty.
from the Washington Examiner:
New York Times chief outlines coverage shift: From Trump-Russia to Trump racism
Dean Baquet, the executive editor of the New York Times, said recently that, after the Mueller report, the paper has to shift the focus of its coverage from the Trump-Russia affair to the president’s alleged racism.
An extraordinarily sensitive new blood test has been developed that promises to be able to effectively track the progression of breast cancer at its earliest stages. It is suggested the blood test could track the efficacy of drug therapies better than current imaging techniques and prevent unnecessary surgical procedures or needless extra doses of chemotherapy.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
What did we predict would happen to these gun-grapper countries? That’s right. After they confiscated everyone’s gun, I’m sure they figured, “Problem Solved” – cause guns kill and injure people – not the people themselves.
And we said that after they’re finished with the guns, they’ll find out that if a lunatic wants to harm or kill someone, he or she will find something other than a gun to get the job done. Maybe a knife, machete, scissors, a vehicle – who knows.
Well the Brits found out that apparently the knife is the next best choice. So the lefty virtue signalers in charge have begun a Twitter campaign called #knifefree. Yeah, that will solve the problem. Jolly Good!!
And as you read this, don’t discount what these leftists evidently missed – the oh-so obvious racial component.
from the Daily Wire:
NOT SATIRE: Britain Prints Knife Crime Warnings On Fried Chicken Boxes
A long time ago Zanetta Smith got sick and couldn’t work anymore — and then she lost her apartment, WGME-TV reported.
“You fall into bad times, and sometimes it’s hard to get out of it,” Smith told the station.
Targeted at anti-piracy, border control, intelligence gathering and maritime security missions, the Pacific 950 is an autonomous boat that can operate alone for up to 10 days, or cover 300 nautical miles (556 km) at pursuit speed. Its built-in stabilized 12.7-mm weapons system, however, is human-operated.
The beginning of the end of the Second Amendment
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
I agree with the President on most things, but I can’t on this.
We’ve been hearing, ad nauseum, that polling suggests that the public supports universal background checks and greater gun restrictions. And we’ve not only been hearing this from democrats, but also from Republicans.
So now I guess we’ve given up on protection and defense of the Constitution and will be governed by the whims of the people and politicians?
It reminds of what the father of the modern progressive movement, president Woodrow Wilson said. (I hate that guy!) “The Constitution was founded on the law of gravitation. The government was to exist and move by virtue of the efficacy of ‘checks and balances.’ The trouble with the theory is that government is not a machine, but a living thing. No living thing can have its organs offset against each other, as checks, and live.”
This was the beginning of the “living, breathing,” Constitution. That musty old document was fine for its day, but it should not have been built on immovable bedrock. Instead it should be built on sand so that it may move and shift with the changing times.