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Video Podcast – Transgenders in the Military

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

As an Originalist Constitutional conservative, I try to live my life by the Jeffersonian creed, “If it neither breaks my leg nor picks my pocket, what difference is it to me!”

In other words, regarding this podcast, I don’t give a crap what your sexual orientation is, or which one of 500 genders you currently are, as long as it doesn’t interfere with my life or cost me anything.

And someone being gay, bi, trans, whatever, doesn’t affect my life in any way, negatively or positively. So what the heck do I care. No one should. Just don’t ask me to pay for your operations or treatments. And don’t demand that I celebrate your lifestyle, when I don’t. I’m agnostic about these issues. I just don’t care enough to demonstrate for or against it.

However, the members of the military are affected by such things. In this podcast I explain why, and why these types of “distractions” can have a negative affect on the cohesiveness of the unit. read more

Just Let Everyone Vote, Why Don’t We

How much more radical can the democrats get? It’s no longer even a question as literally everything is now acceptable.

from Zero Hedge:

Democrats Vote To Give Illegal Immigrants The Right To Vote

House Democrats voted Friday to defend localities that allow illegal immigrants to vote in their elections, turning back a GOP attempt to discourage the practice. As The Washington Times reports, the vote marks a stunning reversal from just six months ago,when the chamber – then under GOP control – voted to decry illegal immigrant voting.

“We are prepared to open up the political process and let all of the people come in,” Rep. John Lewis, a Georgia Democrat and hero of the civil rights movement, told colleagues as he led opposition to the GOP measure.

Texas Republican. Rep. Dan Crenshaw raged: read more

3D Bioprinter Creates Layers of Real Skin

A close up view of the skin bioprinter nozzle developed by researchers at Wake Forest Institute...
A close up view of the skin bioprinter nozzle developed by researchers at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine(Credit: WFIRM)

While the advent of 3D printers is commonly thought of as a revolution for manufacturing, it could have huge benefits for medicine as well. To help patch up large wounds that might normally require a skin graft, researchers at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) have developed a new bioprinter that can print dual layers of a patient’s own skin directly into a wound. read more

Democrats Artfully Shift Blame for Anti-Semitism Away from Omar

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

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Many on the right enjoy witnessing democrat infighting – when liberals eat their own, so to speak. Lately it’s been the radical left that has called on the dems to shift further left or suffer the consequences.

However, when it comes to democrat politicians calling out one another, it rarely ever happens.

This time it looked like it might be different, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was said to be less happy with freshman Congressperson, Ilhan Omar. It looked like Omar was heading for a public dressing down by the democrat leadership for her anti-Semitic rhetoric.

Now that appears not to be. Too bad. We on the right were looking forward to such an oddity in the democrat party.

But it’s as true today as it has ever been – no one circles the wagons like the democrats. In other words, the dems don’t throw their own overboard at the first sign of trouble, or frankly any sign of trouble. read more

Ferrari F8 Tributo

F8 Tributo: Ferrari's most powerful V8 supercar ever with 710 twin-turbo horsepower
F8 Tributo: Ferrari’s most powerful V8 supercar ever with 710 twin-turbo horsepower(Credit: Ferrari)

Out with the 488 GTB, in with the F8 Tributo. Ferrari is justifiably proud of its powerful 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, so it has busted out its favorite infinity background photo studio to introduce its latest supercar ahead of a pubic debut in Geneva next weekend. read more

Another Hate Crime That Isn’t

from the Blaze:

Mayor claims she was hate crime victim after ‘yellow, sticky substance’ found on car. But cops have simpler explanation.

Or Not

Darnell Byrd McPherson — the volunteer mayor of Lamar, South Carolina — said she was a hate crime victim after finding a “yellow, sticky substance” that seemed to have been sprayed on her car early last month, Newsweek reported.

McPherson had returned to her home Feb. 7 and told the magazine that her husband “went out to the car to get some things out of the garage. He says, ‘Somebody’s painted your car!'” read more

Mueller’s Pit Bull, Andrew Weissmann, used Bullying Tactics in Enron Case

from the Federalist:

Explosive New Documents Reveal Andrew Weissmann’s Misconduct In Enron Case

The records expose efforts by special counsel attorney Andrew Weissmann to intimidate witnesses and to interfere in the attorney-client relationship of a cooperating witness.

Nearly four months ago, Houston-based attorney Kevin Fulton filed, on my behalf, a motion to unseal records in a case headed by Andrew Weissmann, who is now a member of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team. Late Thursday, a federal district court judge in Texas granted (with one exception), the motion to unseal, making some of those documents publicly available for the first time. read more

Weapon Wednesday – Boeing’s Loyal Wingman

A model of the unmanned Boeing Airpower Teaming System was unveiled at the Australian International Airshow
A model of the unmanned Boeing Airpower Teaming System was unveiled at the Australian International Airshow (Credit: Boeing)

Boeing has taken the wraps off its latest combat drone, presenting a model of its Loyal Wingman UAV at the Australian International Airshow. Formally referred to as Boeing Airpower Teaming System, the concept demonstrator aircraft is being developed in partnership between the Australian government and Boeing Australia. read more

The Border Wall Can be Built on the Cheap

from the Washington Examiner:

Company offers to build 234 miles of border wall for $1.4 billion

A U.S. company is offering to build 234 miles of President Trump’s border wall for just $1.4 billion, a fraction of the $8 billion the Trump administration is hoping to use for that project.

Fisher Sand and Gravel Company’s President and CEO Tommy Fisher said the government is overpaying and said that for $4.31 billion, he can build the wall and incorporate paved roads and border technology plus warranty. read more

The Only Fascists in the Classroom are Leftists

from the College Fix:

I called for diversity of thought. My peers compared me to a neo-Nazi.

As I took part in a recent student leadership board meeting for the Department of Political Science at Boston University, a group that works to advise faculty on ways to improve, I offered some advice: the department could use more intellectual diversity.

I suggested more debates in the classroom, as opposed to what I had witnessed in my three years at the school, that being an assumption during class that everyone agrees. read more