My WND Weekly Exclusive – Democrats: The Wackier They Get the More We Win

Think about just how bad your message must be if you still can’t win elections, even with virtually everything stacked in your favor.

The Democrats have had the television and print media in their pockets for decades. Hollywood has been firmly behind them – even producing programming wholly designed to promote the left’s candidate, as in the TV show “Madam Secretary.” Save for a few instances, they’ve had leftist judges and courts consistently rule in their favor regarding election law.

They’ve been able to divide the nation into victimized groups, by way of race, creed and gender – informing each, or rather lying to them, that they cannot succeed without Democratic help. read more

My WND Exclusive – For Teachers, Ideology Trumps Intelligence

Some of the wackiest places on the planet today are American schools. Literally every day of the year I have the opportunity to write about some liberal foolishness happening on a college campus or public secondary school, should I choose. There are several excellent websites devoted to nothing but leftism in education, and they are never wanting for fresh material.

But this is to be expected in the today’s world of academia. Colleges and universities pump out radical leftist activists and send them out to pose as teachers and administrators. They are the ones who teach little Johnny and Janey that students should expect to spend their formative years, and beyond, safe from conflict and controversy – and that anyone who disrupts the physical and mental safety of the delicate flowers can and should be dealt with harshly. read more

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2016 ends with more Obama-inspired racial division

The countdown has begun. In 24 days the nightmare that has befallen us for eight long years will finally end. I would love to add good riddance, but I can’t. We all know that except for the occasional getaway with the family or golf outing, Barack is going nowhere.

He will be setting up shop in Washington, D.C., for the foreseeable future, or as long as it takes him to undermine the new president’s agenda. But still, it will be a new day, filled with hope and anticipation – and maybe a little reconciliation between the citizens of this nation.

 We are sorely in need of some “coming together,” after eight years of being torn apart – particularly in terms of race. The past few years have seen a fevered pitch of hatred between the races – black and white. However, most of the hate and violence has been directed at whites at the behest of so-called black leaders. read more

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Socialist diner bitten by reality

A few years ago, young entrepreneur Ryan Cappelletti had an idea to open a restaurant. In Grand Rapids, Michigan, he opened the vegan and vegetarian Bartertown Diner. But Ryan was no ordinary restaurateur. He and his 16 eventual employees were socialists, collectivists, with a streak of anarchist. What a combo. In other words, don’t use capitalist terms like “entrepreneur,” to describe him – although it fits. That term is strictly reserved for the bourgeoisie, not him or his employees, who consider themselves Marxist proletariat.

MiBiz.com wrote that, “They eschew business plans and detailed financial projections in favor of vision and values. Above all, they take the old ‘benevolent dictator’ management model and turn it on its head, creating democratic workplaces where everyone is the CEO of something.” read more

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How to make Trump more popular

How would one make Donald Trump more popular? By doing everything the left is currently.

Riots have simultaneously sprung up in city after city across our country. For days, so-called “protesters” have taken to the streets of Portland, Los Angeles, Oakland, Las Vegas, NYC, as well as many more, even including Salt Lake City.

The leftist press, like CNN, insists on continuing to call these uprisings, protests. “Thousands protesting Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election took to the streets for a third night of demonstrations and vigils in several U.S. cities,” dutifully reports CNN. read more

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The left will never be satisfied with their candidate

It’s funny (not “ha ha” funny) that no matter how many years go by and how long the Democrats have run things in this country, the left is still not satisfied.

Jim Garrison, founder of Ubiquity University, like so many leftists, told us in 2013, five years into Obama’s presidency, that he believes “we are headed into a catastrophic system failure because of the collective refusal of our governments to deal adequately with climate change. I believe at the same time there is a huge, growing number of people who want fundamental change.” read more

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The other reason to vote for Trump

Last week I made a choice. I made a conscious decision to cast my ballot for Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election. I wrote an article explaining my reasoning.

It appeared to be a relatively popular article, as many read it. Many also commented on it, either in the comment section, or direct email. Some of the comments were positive – however, many were not. To those who believe I have sold out – oh well. I made my case as logically and dispassionately as I could, and that, as they say, is that.

However, as the article was already fairly long, I also made a choice not to delve into the secondary issue of why I will vote for the Trumpster. There is another reason, and this is more strategic, for want of a better term – one voters may wish to heed before casting their ballot.

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TRUMP HAS THE LEAD

Well, this is certainly a switch and rather unexpected by most, I’d say. The post-debate polls have taken shape, and it seems the Trumpster has wrested the lead from Hillary in more than just one.

As I’ve said before – despite having to stay abreast of these events, I find it physically painful to sit through an entire debate between these two. From what I’ve seen through the three debates, nobody has actually achieved victory – not like Romney did in the first 2012 debate or most of the Reagan performances. It was more like a first and second loser. read more

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At least Putin knows how to fight wars

On Friday, the Washington Post dutifully reported that our slow-witted secretary of state, John Kerry, who ironically thinks he is the smartest guy in any room, is calling “for the Syrian and Russian governments to face a war-crimes investigation over attacks on civilians in Syria.” They did not add the editorial comments – that was me.

While meeting with French Foreign Minister Blacque Jacque Shellacque, Kerry said that Russia and Syria had a “targeted strategy to terrorize civilians and kill anybody who is in the way of their military objectives.” The French foreign minister’s name isn’t really the aforementioned, but seeing as how I don’t really care what it is, I simply inserted a name for which those who know and love Bugs Bunny cartoons would be familiar. read more

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ILLEGAL INVASION TRANSFORMS SOUTHERN TOWN

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Albertville is a relatively rural community in Northeast Alabama, about 80 miles north of Birmingham. For well over a century this small town of a little over 20,000 was known for one thing – fire hydrants – specifically Mueller Company fire hydrants.

But things have changed in Albertville. Many would say not for the better. One such resident is 42-year-old Sandra Langlois. She would be considered part of the white working class and is unable to find employment. And the reason? “I can’t find a job because I don’t speak Spanish,” she says. read more