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This is an excellent parody. Well done, Tim Donovan. Ms. Rodham Clinton will be guzzling Jack and pitchin’ lamps if she sees this one.

BTW, the title “Klintonerdämmerung is a play on the German word “Götterdämmerung,” which means Twilight of the Gods. And of course, Clintons is spelled with a K.

“When stepped on, the worm curls up. That is a clever thing to do. Thus it reduces its chances of being stepped on again. In the language of morality: humility.”—Friedrich Nietzsche, Maxims and Arrows, Twilight of the Idols


Klintonerdämmerung

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Perky Katie Couric separately interviewed both Carly Fiorina and Ted Cruz about global cooling-warming/climate change, and the contrast is striking.

Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina

Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina

Couric began questioning Ted Cruz with the statement, “97% of scientists agree that global warming is manmade.”

Cruz responded saying that the “97% of scientists” claim is based on a discredited study and that there hasn’t been any global warming in 17 years. “It’s not happening,” Cruz said.

Then Cruz talked about how the media pushed “Global Cooling” on us in the 1970’s, and whether it’s global cooling or global warming, the basic motive behind it is always the same: about increased government control of the economy. And then Cruz said that liberals changed the name to “climate change”, so they could always claim there was a problem regardless of whether it got hotter or colder. Cruz further said that the Democrats are abandoning union workers in favor of environmentalists, creating an opening for Republicans.

So Cruz started with a question meant to put him on the defensive, and turned it around to (a) disprove global warming (b) explain how it is scam used by the government to control us and (c) turn it into an opening to attract union voters. And he did it with a manner that was gentle and friendly and smart. …

When Couric asked Carly Fiorina if she thought man-made global warming was a problem, her response was quite telling:

[Fiorina] hemmed and hawed … that it wasn’t a problem compared to fighting ISIS and other issues, but didn’t want to answer the basic question. She also said that “a single nation acting [alone can make no difference at all]….” She says we have to focus on innovation, like clean coal. But she doesn’t answer the basic question until finally at the end, when asked for the fourth or fifth time, Carly admits that “climate change” is real [issue], just not as important as other issues.

Carly’s interview was bad for several reasons. First, she looked evasive on answering the basic, simple question of whether man-made climate change is real, and she looked evasive because she was evasive. Not good. Secondly, she got the answer wrong. As we all know, there has been no global warming for 17 or 18 years. Thirdly, while she correctly stated that the US could not solve the “problem” alone, she bought into the Left’s argument that there is a problem. She accepted the premise of their argument, and once she does that, she operates on the defensive. (Emphasis mine) After watching that interview a low-information voter might think “Well, even Republicans agree it’s real, now I have to figure out who is better on this issue.”

The neo-conservative National Review praised Fioria‘s global-warming answers in her interview with Couric.

For the candidates’ global-warming interviews on youtube, see Katie Couric Interviews Sen. Ted Cruz on Climate Change and Carly Fiorina makes mincemeat of interviewer Katie Couric – Climate change.

For more of the two commentaries, see What happens when Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina are compared head to head? and Carly Fiorina Shows How to Address the Left on Climate Change.

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Judge Who Jailed Kentucky Clerk Has History of Imposting Homosexual Agenda in Public Schools

By Jerry A. Kane

The federal judge who held Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis in contempt and ordered her to jail for refusing to sign marriage licenses has on two occasions denied Christian students in Kentucky public schools their First Amendment rights by ordering them to undergo re-education training promoting the homosexual lifestyle against their religious objections.

Federal District Judge David Bunning

   Federal District Judge David Bunning

In 2003, Federal District Judge David Bunning ordered Boyd County education officials to implement training, which mandated school staff and students undergo diversity education principally “devoted to issues of sexual orientation and gender harassment.”

A number of students objected to being forced to watch a gaystapo propaganda video denouncing Christian views that opposed homosexuality as wrongheaded and proclaiming homosexuality as a safe, healthy, and fixed lifestyle that cannot be changed.

When it was discovered that students would be punished if they didn’t undergo the training their parents brought in the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) legal organization, which sued the Boyd County Board of Education.

In 2006, the gaystapo tool was back at it. Once again he tried to force Christian students to watch a gaystapo propaganda video promoting the homosexual lifestyle, and denying Christian students the ability to opt-out of the indoctrination training. Bunning ruled that an opt-out was unnecessary because the training didn’t mean that students would have to change their religious beliefs.

Bunning’s decision was overturned in October 2007 by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court ruled that a Christian student could seek damages from the school district because the training Bunning imposed had “chilled” the student’s ability to express his Christian beliefs about homosexuality to his fellow students.

For more on the story, see Judge Who Jailed Kim Davis Ordered Students Who Opposed Homosexuality to Be Re-Educated.

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In this latest video, Holly O’Donnell, a former Blood and Tissue Procurement Technician describes her most difficult experience while working for StemExpress inside a Planned Parenthood clinic.

When a full intact alive and kicking baby appeared on screen lying on a stainless steel table, I stopped watching the video and cried. Is there no end to this hell hole? This is evil, and these people are wicked.

“The worst is not So long as we can say ‘This is the worst.'”

The question we should be asking isn’t, “What kind of people would do such horrible things to a human being”?; the question we should be asking is what kind of people sits idly by while such horrible things are being done and says and does nothing to stop it.

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”—Martin Luther King, Jr.


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The Viewer’s View ladies have done more for race relations in seven months than Hussein I (peace be upon him) has done in seven years.

“We can no longer parade the narrative “Black Lives Matter” in front of people when we don’t feel like our own lives matter. When we take and we burn down our own neighborhoods, when we take and we kill our brothers and sisters, when we rob from them, when we do destructive things, what we’re tellin’ people is that we don’t care about our own lives; and sometimes that why people can’t care about us.…

We be your sister. We represent you. We stand for you. We stand up for you. But we can’t do that if you sittin’ down and burn down your community. Listen .. that’s embarrassing. Let’s be men and women. Let’s be united again. Let’s be Americans again.”


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In an article that appeared in The Conversation, Professor Cham Dallas the Director at the Institute for Disaster Management at University of Georgia says that the nation is not well prepared for what would happen if a 10 kiloton device hit the US.

Dallas says the problem is that many people are living in denial. They believe the threat from nuclear weapons has receded when it is actually increasing steadily.

According to Dallas, the impact from a detonation on medicine and public health would be devasting:

The majority of deaths – around 100,000, depending on the area – would happen soon after the detonation.

No real evacuation plans are in place, so survivors will remain trapped in area.

Local health care response capability would be largely eradicated.

Damage will make it extremely difficult to respond, recover and rehabilitate.

Health care workers would have little to no familiarity with the treatment of radiation victims.

There would also be a massive number of laceration injuries from the breakage of virtually all glass in a wide area.

Large swaths of territory will be uninhabitable for decades.

Many could die from the effects years later, as the fallout spreads across the country.

For more on the story, see ‘We are not prepared’: Scientist outlines terrifying vision of what would happen if America was hit by a nuclear bomb.

"[I]f this thing turns out to be half as important as I figure it just might be, I'd say that you're all in line for some important promotions and personal citations when this thing's over with. That goes for ever' last one of you regardless of your race, color or your creed. Now let's get this thing on the hump - we got some flyin' to do."-- Major T. J. "King" Kong

“[I]f this thing turns out to be half as important as I figure it just might be, I’d say that you’re all in line for some important promotions and personal citations when this thing’s over with. That goes for ever’ last one of you regardless of your race, color or your creed. Now let’s get this thing on the hump – we got some flyin’ to do.”– Major T. J. “King” Kong

Have a nice day!

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The Viewer’s View is hosted by two black ladies who just happen to be enthusiastic supporters of the Donald. In the video below, the ladies take on Megyn Kelly of Fox News for “trying to destroy our future president Mr. Donald Trump, and vow they “won’t let that happen.”

Trump’s poll numbers didn’t nose dive, and he didn’t crash and burn after Thursday night’s debate as predicted by Fox News punditry. And what’s more, he still seems to be resonating with “the folks” out there.

Think about it. Two black women come to the defense of a white republican who was accused by a popular female journalist and news pundit of displaying a history of anti-woman behavior.

The faux conservatives at Fox News and the Republican establishment must be downing a few extra boilermakers due to the amount of backlash they’ve received from their failure to destroy Trump.

He’s still upright, while they are spinning like mad and preparing for some serious damage control.

Give the video below a tumble; these two ladies are a hoot. You go girls.


MEGYN KELLY STARTS A WAR WITH DONALD TRUMP AT THE DEBATE

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