Saturday, October 8, 2016

DonaldTrump v Hillary Clinton: who will come out on top? 2nd presidential #debate Sunday on CNN.

Wikileaks Reveals Hillary Lied About Marines Rejecting Her Because She Was a Woman



One of the earliest reports on Hillary’s rejection claim came from The New York Times’ Maureen Dowd, who in 1994 reported Clinton’s claims as delivered at an event meant to honor military women hosted at the Capital in Washington D.C.

Dowd reported that Hillary told those gathered that she was rejected by the Marines because she was a woman. Dowd wrote that in 1975, the year she married Bill Clinton and when she was teaching at the University of Arkansas law school in Fayetteville, Hillary said she went to the Marines to see if she could sign up.
She was 27 then, she said, and the Marine recruiter was about 21. She was interested in joining either the active forces or the reserves, she recalled, but was swiftly rebuffed by the recruiter, who took a dim view of her age and her thick glasses. ‘Not Very Encouraging.’

“You’re too old, you can’t see and you’re a woman,” Mrs. Clinton said she was told, adding that the recruiter dismissed her by suggesting she try the Army. “Maybe the dogs would take you,” she recalled the recruiter saying.

“It was not a very encouraging conversation,” she said. “I decided maybe I’ll look for another way to serve my country.”
It was a story that Clinton would tell for years.

However, it appears that in some of the more recent speeches Hillary was paid millions to deliver to banks and corporations she contradicted that long time story about how the Marines so abrasively rejected her.

According to transcripts released by Wikileaks, in a speech at the annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Pathology in September of 2013, Hillary had a completely different story than she gave in the Capital in 1994.

Trump's Lewd Audio Might Have Reset the Race to His Benefit



...With nothing more than the words "binders full of woman," our corrupt media did to Mitt Romney exactly what they are now doing to Trump. This is why you cannot vote for virtue; because virtue doesn't matter. No matter who the Republican is, even someone as squeaky clean as Romney, by the time the media is done with them, he will be seen as Mr. Rapey Klansman.

In the end, I supported Trump for his mercenary skill-set; because he was willing to get as ugly as necessary to win. Like Team Obama (who accused Romney of killing a woman), time and again Trump proved he would do what it takes.

This was not true of Romney or McCain, and it would not have been true of Cruz, Rubio or Jeb, had any one of them won the nomination. Thanks to Hillary's media, each would be seen today as Mr. Rapey Klansman. This is unavoidable and not to belabor the point, this is why we need to vote for a skill-set over virtue.

Americans believe in second chances.

Trump's got 30 days and two debates to make his case for one; to make his case that the choice voters face is between a contrite frat boy-pig who will bring real change or Hillary, the rape-enabling/denier who personally destroys her husband's assault victims and represents four more years of a failed presidency.

Stranger things have happened.











In a statement to The Washington Post, the billionaire hedge fund executive and his middle daughter, who finance and run a super PAC supporting Trump, dismissed the remarks caught on tape as “locker room braggadocio.”

And they charged that former president Bill Clinton committed “multiple violent sexual assaults” while the media looked away.

“America is finally fed up and disgusted with its political elite,” they stated. “Trump is channeling this disgust and those among the political elite who quake before the boombox of media blather do not appreciate the apocalyptic choice that America faces.”

Their complete statement is below:

“If Mr. Trump had told Billy Bush, whoever that is, earlier this year that he was for open borders, open trade, and executive actions in pursuit of gun control, we would certainly be rethinking our support for him. If he had admitted to Mr. Bush that he had profited privately by allowing the sale to Russia of 20% of US uranium deposits or that he had amassed his personal fortune not by hard work in the private sector but by selling favors to foreigners on the American taxpayers’ dime, we would certainly be rethinking our support for him. If he had argued that he needed both a public and a private position on issues facing the American public, we would certainly be rethinking our support for him. And finally if Trump had serially terrorized and silenced the victims of violent sexual assault whom he feared could damage his political career, we would most definitely be rethinking our support for him.
“Donald Trump’s uncensored comments, both old and new, have been echoed and dissected in the media repeatedly in an effort to kindle among his supporters a conflagration of outrage commensurate with the media’s own faux outrage. Can anyone really be surprised that Mr. Trump could have said to Mr. Bush such things as he has already admitted saying? No. We are completely indifferent to Mr. Trump’s locker room braggadocio.

“The same media that resolutely looked away when the most powerful man in the world, a sitting U.S. president with multiple violent sexual assaults to his credit, snared an impressionable young intern in his web and ruined her life, now expects us to gasp with revulsion at Mr. Trump’s irreverent comments. America is finally fed up and disgusted with its political elite. Trump is channeling this disgust and those among the political elite who quake before the boombox of media blather do not appreciate the apocalyptic choice that America faces on November 8th. We have a country to save and there is only one person who can save it. We, and Americans across the country and around the world, stand steadfastly behind Donald J. Trump.”

Shedding some light on dark money





In 2016, dark money continues to be the coin of the realm in initiative politics. Only this time, some of the nonprofit money is helping to fund an initiative promoted by good liberals led by Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom to legalize recreational use of marijuana.

The Drug Policy Action, a nonprofit with an Oakland address, has given $4.7 million to pass Proposition 64. Nearly $4 million of that came from an entity called Fund for Policy Reform based in Washington, D.C. Billionaire George Soros, it turns out, is the source of that money, though you wouldn’t know it from campaign finance reports.

Andrew Acosta, a Democratic consultant who is helping to run an underfunded campaign to defeat Proposition 64, was first to pull at the thread by signing a complaint to the FPPC last week urging that it investigate the nonprofits and discover the donors “now, before the election.”

Jason Kinney, the spokesman for the Yes-on-64 campaign and one of Newsom’s consultants, called the complaint “silly, sloppy, totally groundless,” intended to distract from a complaint his campaign filed over a far smaller sum being spent against the legalization initiative.

To which Acosta replied, deadpan: “They’re not answering the question. Who are the donors?”

...Drug Policy Action also is funding the Yes-on-64 campaign. It, in turn, gets money from the Fund for Policy Reform, an arm of Open Society, founded by Soros, long an advocate of liberal causes including drug legalization.

As billionaires go, Soros is reasonably open about his political giving. And late Friday, Ellen Flenniken of Drug Policy Action told me Soros was the source of the $4 million that ended up in the Yes-on-64 campaign fund, though nothing in public campaign finance filings identifies him as the donor.

“Weird. Why go through all this trouble to do this?” asked Sacramento attorney Thomas Hiltachk, who specializes in campaign finance law and helped Acosta write the complaint.

If, as Flenniken says, Soros is the source of the $4 million, certain California laws would be triggered. He would have to be identified in ads as one of the measure’s major funders. He’s not....

WIKILEAKS RELEASE: the first 2050 of well over 50000 emails from Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta





























PLUS:



A hacker believed to be operating on behalf of the Russian government has released thousands of emails taken from the personal account of Capricia Penavic Marshall, a key Clintonworld figure who worked under Hillary Clinton at the State Department.

The emails, which were released on the anonymously-operated site DC Leaks, are broken down into eight categories: “Atlantic Council,” “Clinton Foundation,” “Conversations with Clinton’s team,” “favor,” “fundraising,” and several others.

The Daily Caller’s investigative team is scouring through the records....

Dead People, Illegals Registered To Vote Across USA...

Trump: "I said it, I was wrong and I apologize."









Friday, October 7, 2016

Election Day Deadlines!

November 8th is just around the corner! There are deadlines coming up that we all need to be aware of. Let's work hard to register and educate voters and make a big difference in this election!

Registration Deadline: October 24th (online or postmarked by)

Vote By Mail Requests: November 1st (Apply ◼ HERE)

Vote By Mail Ballots Sent Out: Monday, October 10th

Check Your Voter Status ◼ HERE!

Get Your Official Voter Guide ◼ HERE! (But remember to follow along with our (CFRW) official recommendations below!)

The following are the CFRW’s recommended votes for the 17 measures we will see on our November General Election ballots. Over the coming weeks until the election, we will highlight each measure with talking points and information for our members to use in educating other voters in their communities. If you have any questions about our official positions, please email our Advocate, Allison Olson, at advocate@cfrw.org. Thank you!

Prop 51: K-12 School Bond $17.6 billion: NEUTRAL
Prop 52: Medical Hospital Fee Program: SUPPORT
Prop 53: Voter Approval for Revenue Bonds: SUPPORT
Prop 54: Legislative Transparency: SUPPORT
Prop 55: Prop 30 Tax Extension: OPPOSE
Prop 56: Cigarette Tax: OPPOSE
Prop 57: Civil and Criminal Proceedings: OPPOSE
Prop 58: Bilingual Education Requirement: OPPOSE
Prop 59: Citizens United Statement: OPPOSE
Prop 60: Industry Condom Requirement: SUPPORT
Prop 61: State Prescription Drug Purchases: OPPOSE
Prop 62: Death Penalty Repeal: OPPOSE
Prop 63: Gun Control Omnibus: OPPOSE
Prop 64: Legalizes Marijuana: OPPOSE
Prop 65: Plastic Bag Revenue to Wildlife Fund: OPPOSE
Prop 66: Death Penalty Reform and Streamline: SUPPORT
Prop 67: Plastic Bag Ban Referendum: OPPOSE

Ratings Fumble for NFL Surprises Networks, Advertisers: So far this season, viewership on major networks is down about 10% from last season





Yes, Hillary’s savage campaigns against Bill’s “bimbos” matter.



The mechanics of a marriage are a mystery when viewed from the outside. But Hillary Clinton’s political aspirations have never been a mystery. Since her years as first lady of Arkansas, Hillary has been willing to stoop to ever-lower depths in the interest of attaining ever-higher office. She has not hesitated to skirt the edges of morality and legality — and, having crossed either line, deploy whatever lies, deceptions, fabrications, circumlocutions, and other rhetorical paraphernalia are necessary to avoid the consequences of her actions. It stands to reason that the Lady Macbeth of Chappaqua was comfortable with the prospect of destroying the lives of her husband’s accusers because she saw that his success was a stepping stone for her own. And, of course, she was right.

...Trump cannot make this case. He is not intellectually or temperamentally disciplined enough to tie together the strands that show that Hillary was less the bereft victim of her husband’s transgressions than his enabler, a “women’s advocate” with no compunction about slandering the “bimbos” who were obstacles in her way.

But that doesn’t mean it isn’t true, or that it isn’t relevant to the prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency. Is there any reason to believe that the same woman who crushed the women who threatened her aspirations in the 1990s will hesitate to do the same as president? Having employed an army of underlings in stamping out threats to her ambitions, will she be reluctant to employ the apparatus of the state to do the same? After the outrages of the Obama years, during which the IRS has been used to persecute everyday Americans for their political opinions, and given Hillary’s unconcern for the letter of the law during her time as secretary of state, these are hardly unreasonable questions.

Indiana Voter Registration Fraud Investigation Expands To 57 Counties…

Thursday, October 6, 2016

The fix was in at the beginning; White House, State Dept coordinated to kill Clinton email stories





















Rasmussen TRUMP 43% CLINTON 41%; LA TIMES TRUMP 46% CLINTON 42%









Speaker Ryan and Donald Trump are teaming up on the campaign trail for the first time

Media orgs like the Times eroded all their credibility trying to elect previous Democratic candidates by telling readers things were definitively false when readers damn well knew otherwise.







6/ ...feat that is surely unprecedented. Organized opposition from Vietnam veterans had to be expected. Did Swift Vets get a bit over... 7/ ...their skis questioning the circumstances that earned Kerry Silver Star? Perhaps. But the allegations weren't crazy, and Kerry has a... 8/ ...demonstrable record of lying about his service. The Swift Vets making the allegations were not similarly untrustworthy.

9/ And today we have the editor of the New York Times citing the Swift Vets as “just false” in the process of wondering why Americans.. 10/ .



12/ ...credibility trying to elect previous Democratic candidates by telling readers things were definitively false when readers damn... 13/ ...well knew otherwise. In fact, “Swift Vets” is now some sort of media pejorative, even though it's an Orwellian distortion of... 14/ ...the facts. It was only a matter of time before a mountebank such as Trump exploited this lack of trust. And it won't be the last,... 15/ ...unless the media clean up their act and try to make at least a good faith effort not to decide every election. Fin.

Once lauded as peacemaker, Obama's tenure fraught with war..



Obama PR army costs taxpayers $500M -- per year...

BOMBSHELL: YAHOO secretly scanned ALL emails for NSA, FBI...



PAPER: EU orders Brit press NOT to reveal when terrorists are Muslims...

Let's make the insurance companies compete and give you the power to shop for more affordable policies. #BetterWay

Trump Statement: Hurricane Matthew











"His legacy is unleashing the forces of hell."



When asked what sort of stain the humanitarian crisis in Syria is on this administration, Graham said, “It will be the first sentence in Obama’s foreign policy resume. Rwanda was a stain on president Clinton’s presidency. He acknowledged it and regretted it. Aleppo is the symbol of a greater problem. What president Obama has done is empowered some of the most tyrannical regimes in the world with abilities they didn’t have when he came into power. They are stronger. They are more aggressive. His legacy is unleashing the forces of hell.”





Buying Bias: Media Research Center Launches a Website to Uncover How Wealthy Foundations Drive Liberal Ideology through Nonprofit Journalism



Victor Davis Hanson: The heroism of facing challenges has been replaced by the victimization of enduring microaggressions



...Sometimes the art of victimhood gets confusing. If we are all victims of some sort, who are left to be the victimizers?

Can victims victimize? Can gays be Islamophobic, Muslims homophobic, blacks racist, women sexist, or Latinos xenophobic? If so, who is to sort out their relative rock/paper/scissors zero-sum grievances?

Unfortunately, Russian president Vladimir Putin, the Islamic State, and the Chinese have no particular sympathy for any American who lays claim to victim status.

Nor do foreign buyers of U.S. Treasury bonds to finance the debt defer to America’s legions of victims. A nuclear bomb from North Korea or Iran will not sort us all out by race, class, or gender, much less by victim and victimizer....

During the interview, Clinton acted surprised when the photos were placed on screen.



Hillary Clinton was provided the exact questions she would be asked by daytime talk show host Steve Harvey, according to a report....

The memo was attached to an email posted on the website DCLeaks.com.

Questions included were about Clinton’s granddaughter, the former secretary of State's pizza preferences — thin crust versus deep dish — and her support for gun control policies ...

The campaign and the Harvey's producers also coordinated on which parts of Clinton’s biography would be introduced and how..

“During this segment Steve will take a trip down memory lane with YOU to talk about the different moments of YOUR life displayed in the photographs below,” the memo stated.

During the interview, Clinton acted surprised when the photos were placed on screen.

“Oh boy. Oh my goodness,” she said when a photo of her at 12-years-old was placed on the screen.

One week later, Harvey endorsed Clinton for president.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Sacramento politicians have decided to make the state's fiscal crisis worse by repeating their failed pension policy with even more unsustainable new spending.





“Unsustainable” Pension Costs Are The Driving Force Behind Local Tax Increases



The Clinton Foundation stole $6billion in donations from the people of Haiti. The media refused to cover the Massive protests

Does the Clinton Campaign Have a Strategy Beyond Attacking Trump?







Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Mike Pence beat Tim Kaine in the #VPDebate











#VPdebate #LongwoodDebate: Pence v Kaine































































Pence v. Kaine: The VP Debate



What: The first and only Vice Presidential Debate
When: Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at 9:00pm EST
Duration: 90 minutes
Where: Longwood University (Farmville, Virginia)
Moderator: Elaine Quijano of CBS News

Channels Broadcasting: All major television networks and cable channels, as well as C-SPAN

Watch it live ◼ here. (NBC News)

Tune in to the first and only Vice Presidential debate between Governor Mike Pence and Senator Tim Kaine. The First Presidential Debate was the most watched presidential debate in modern history with a total of 84 million viewers. As voters are engaging in this election in historic numbers, the Vice Presidential debate will provide even further clarity on who will lead this nation in the right direction.

Kaine will have an uphill battle from the beginning as he will need to defend his massive failures as a career politician. He will also need to answer for his long history of flip-flopping on key issues in much the same way as Hillary Clinton. Governor Pence will share his story as a successful governor of Indiana and his vision for helping Donald Trump Make America Great Again.







MUST READ: Clinton Won on Nonsense, Trump Won on Substance



Media coverage ignored the truly frightening things Clinton said in the debate. ...because the media have decided to focus on the tendentious — such as the utterly moronic issue of whether, in 1996, Trump called an overweight Miss Universe “Miss Piggy” — almost all the debate analyses ignored many of the most important things each candidate said. On those grounds, Clinton did not win. On many truly significant subjects she said things that were actually frightening, and he said things that were actually important....

The new Massachusetts law threatening to lock up pastors and church members for using the wrong pronoun is totalitarian and anti-American



Watch: Everyday Americans Tell Celebrities What They Really Think About Hillary Clinton





Hollywood celebrities telling you to vote Democrat.

Never mind that the Marine who asked the question in the first place was outraged at how the answer he’d received had been “twisted” for political purposes



Never mind that the Marine who asked the question in the first place was outraged at how the answer he’d received had been “twisted” for political purposes; it’s tough to stretch a controversy like Trump’s comments about Miss Universe past a week or so without people losing interest.

Dr. Sebastian Gorka, national security professional and author of “Defeating Jihad,” was also at the event and tweeted that the feeding frenzy over Trump’s answer was a sign of desperation....

Project Veritas: Dead People Voting



BOOM! Former Bernie Sanders Racial Justice Director GOES OFF on Hillary: “I Did Not Grow Up in Mommy’s Basement!”

Crooked Hillary handing out fake hand-made looking signs @ rallies. This level of fakery is like something from a failed communist regime.





Monday, October 3, 2016

Hillary Clinton aligned journalists, laywers & PRs defend the idea of illegally assassinating a publisher.









This (Trump/Tax/NYTimes) story shows why so many ppl don't want the IRS having anything to do w/healthcare... no privacy at all



Federal law makes it illegal to publish an unauthorized tax return or "return information":

It shall be unlawful for any person to whom any return or return information (as defined in section 6103(b)) is disclosed in a manner unauthorized by this title thereafter willfully to print or publish in any manner not provided by law any such return or return information. Any violation of this paragraph shall be a felony punishable by a fine in any amount not exceeding $5,000, or imprisonment of not more than 5 years, or both, together with the costs of prosecution.

The term "return information" covers not only return documents themselves but also the "amount of his income, payments, receipts, deductions, exemptions, credits, assets, liabilities, net worth, tax liability, tax withheld, deficiencies, overassessments or tax payments."

The Times published the first page of Trump's 1995 New York state resident income tax return, the first page of his New Jersey nonresident tax return and the first page of his Connecticut nonresident tax return.

Under New York law, it is unlawful "to divulge or make known in any manner the amount of income or any particulars set forth or disclosed in any report or return." Non-government employees face fines of as much as $10,000 and imprisonment for as long as one year....