Valarie Plame Wants to Delete Trump

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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Did you hear? Valerie Plame-Wilson wants to purchase Twitter for the sole purpose of putting a stop to President Trump’s tweeting. She even set up a GoFundMe page  for fellow leftists to help her in the purchase. Last I checked Valerie had raised almost $14,000 of the $1 billion she desires for the purchase.

Assuming she gets any where close to the billion, it’s still a tad shy of what those in-the-know think it’s is worth. Last September Forbes estimated  Twitter to have a “market valuation of $15.7 billion.” That is considerably higher than today’s market cap of $12.33 billion, but still a far cry from her fundraising goal.

On the GoFundMe page, Plame-Wilson writes that, “Donald Trump has done a lot of horrible things on Twitter. From emboldening white supremacists to promoting violence against journalists, his tweets damage the country and put people in harm’s way. But threatening actual nuclear war with North Korea takes it to a dangerous new level.”

This was her response to Trump’s tweet from August 11th, where he warned, “Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely. Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path.” read more

Are the North Korean Threats Different This Time?

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Tensions between North and South Korea are nothing new. The problem isn’t the continued tension and bluster from the North – it’s the ever eroding sanity of North Korean leaders. Every new leader appears to be more unhinged than the last.

So maybe we should concern ourselves a little less with the lunatics in Iran, at least for the time being, and a bit more about the increased tensions between the two Koreas and the unhinged North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un. After all, Iran is only working on developing nuclear weapons, whereas, according to the latest Chinese estimates, North Korea could have 20 warheads today and 40 by 2016, surpassing the estimates of most U.S. experts.

So what put North Korea’s knickers in a twist? Well, actually, as is always the case, North Korea started it. See, free democracies never attack their neighbors. Wars are started by communist or fascist aggression, either through a need to expand their power and influence, or utter paranoia and belief in their own propaganda.

South Korea  “began blasting anti-North Korean propaganda on the border earlier this month, days after landmine explosions wounded two South Korean soldiers along the DMZ, resuming a tactic that both sides had stopped in 2004.” read more