New Whistleblower Standard – Well That’s What I Heard!

by: Brent Smith

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Channeling my best Andy Rooney – Have you ever noticed that everything the democrats accuse the Republicans of is something they have already done or plan on doing?

It’s called projection and it’s quite common. As they accuse Donald Trump of strong-arming the Ukrainian president, we find out that Trump didn’t but Joe Biden did. The democrats are a collection of liars and cheaters, so they project their bad behavior on others.

Because they do it, they figure everyone must.

We’ve all done something similar from time to time – project our values or assumptions onto someone, something, or some circumstance.

In sales there is a maxim to never allow your values to cloud a transaction. You’re trying to sell something to someone and you hesitate to divulge the price because you assume that he or she will say it’s just too costly. You’ve “projected” your value system onto the other party. But just because you think something is too expensive doesn’t mean your customer will. Maybe they are accustomed to paying twice as much. How do you know?

And that, for good or ill, is projection. read more

Democrats Lack Intelligence

by: the Common Constitutionalist

What do people think of when they hear of a “failed rescue attempt” announced by either a government spokesman or a member of the media? I guess they’re kind of the same thing. What about when you hear from the same people that a member of a Special Forces unit was killed during a failed rescue attempt?

To the uninformed, one would think that the “rescue team” somehow messed up, or that something just went bad. Although that’s a typical reaction, in most cases it’s dead wrong.

In most cases, it’s not the fault of the operators or even the intelligence. It’s the fault of… say it with me… Politicians. Surprise, surprise!

Believe it or not, the military does know what it’s doing, and given the right intelligence, can properly complete almost any rescue mission. It’s the civilian political contingent that won’t allow them to make the necessary real-time mission decisions which then results in operators getting killed or ending in a failed rescue mission.

But the military are the ones who get blamed for the lack of mission success. The media also like to blame failed missions on faulty intelligence. read more