Parler Returns!

Well it’s about time. But hey, well you have virtually all of Big Tech stacked up against, it’s a minor miracle that the relatively new social media site even found a home.

from the Epoch Times:

Parler CEO Says Social Media App Is Back Online, Gets New Servers read more

Apparently now, Greek and Roman Classics are Symbols of Whiteness

by: Brent Smith

Sorry – no Audio Version as YouTube “BLOCKED” it.

I read an article in the New York Times last week that I found both fascinating and disappointing. Although, I must admit, the disappointing part was wholly expected.

It is entitled, “He Wants to Save Classics From Whiteness. Can the Field Survive?”
“Dan-el Padilla Peralta thinks classicists should knock ancient Greece and Rome off their pedestal — even if that means destroying their discipline.”

Gee – I wonder where this is going? read more

WND Exclusive – WHO changed virus test parameter the day Biden took office

from Brent Smith at World Net Daily:

On Jan. 20, 2021, the WHO (World Health Organization) posted an important bulletin regarding polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing for COVID-19. What else happened on 20 January that was important? That’s right. It was the very same day Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. But I’m sure the WHO release was purely coincidental.

LifeSite News claims that the notice was released one hour after Biden took office. Although I can’t confirm that exact time, the WHO guidance bulletin is dated Jan. 20, 2021. read more

Great Idea – Let’s Compromise with Leftists

by Brent Smith:

Here we go again. Will the Republicans ever learn? I guess that’s a rhetorical question we should all know the answer to.

The answer is no. Because they’re only goal in public office is self-preservation, they will continue to make the same mistake, which is to attempt to compromise with the left.

Of course we conservatives know this won’t work. The left has no interest or incentive to strike a bargain with the spineless Republicans. And we with some sense on the right understand the pitfalls of compromise with radicals. You can’t give an inch, for they will take that mile, and more. This may sound too rigid, but it’s not. read more

Taking Advantage of the Latest Crisis

by: Brent Smith

Isn’t it a funny thing. Not funny ha-ha, but funny interesting, that government hacks on both sides have figured out the formula behind the acquisition of power.

You can do it the old fashioned way, by slowly and methodically winning the hearts and minds of the voting public. But that’s hard, time consuming, and requires actual ideas and ideals.

Rather, as they’ve discovered relatively recently, you can grab power from the people and other branches of government by two means. You can war-game a number of scenarios, that when disaster-A befalls us, you do B to acquire power and control. If it’s C, you do D and so on. That way you’ll be prepared and ready to take advantage of whatever crisis arises. The only downfall to this is that you can’t really predict when the crisis will hit, so you have to be patient. read more

Say it Ain’t So – Andrew Cuomo as AG?

from the Blaze:

Report: Joe Biden considering Gov. Andrew Cuomo for attorney general

Cuomo is one of several reported contenders

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, oversaw the infamous coronavirus nursing home scandal in the Empire State, resulting from an executive order he issued during the height of the pandemic. The directive resulted in thousands of nursing home patients dying because such facilities were prohibited from turning away COVID-positive people. Cuomo has not taken responsibility for the scandal, instead choosing to blame Republicans for an order that had his name on it.

Now Joe Biden, the media-declared president-elect, is reportedly considering Cuomo for a top government post in his administration. read more

WND Exclusive – Will a Biden administration send our nation into a 3rd depression?

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

First, you may be thinking, what do I mean a third depression? So let me rephrase it. We have had only one depression that we all know of, the Great Depression, which lasted from 1929 through the late 1930s. I’ll discuss the other one later.

I fear that if all goes the way it could, with Biden as president and the Democrats taking the Senate, we will likely experience a third. And this one may be our worst.

I’m sure we’ve heard how the great President Franklin Roosevelt (he was a bad dude) ushered us out of the Great Depression by developing all those wonderful programs and spending all that money (we call it stimulus today). read more

Video Podcast – No One is Talking About Bailouts

State and City bailouts. Oh they’re coming baby. I guarantee it.

And no one is talking about it. Until now. Unfortunately, it may already be too late.

James Carville, in 1992, during the presidential campaign of Bill Clinton vs. George H W Bush famously coined the phrase, “It’s the economy stupid.” He was Clinton’s chief campaign advisor.

What’s that mean?

It means in every election cycle, people vote their pocket book or vote with their wallet? read more

Who is Student Loan Forgiveness Really For?

by: Brent SmithSo you think the democrats are on the side of the people. After all, the Biden team and Congressional dems agree, that universal healthcare will help you, a $15 per hour minimum / living wage is what is needed and of course, how many Americans are beyond struggling under the crushing weight of student debt.

They’re doing all this for you, the voter. And as thanks, you voted for the Biden/Harris ticket, because you trust Uncle Joe and the democrats to be the straight shooters they are.

But are they? Is their plan to forgive student loan debt for you, the people, the voters, or is it rather for leftist members of Congress who, by dizzying coincidence, are still saddled with college debt despite their relatively exorbitant annual salary of $174,000.

Gee, I wonder. read more