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DARK MONEY: More Democrat hypocrisy Democrats rant and rave against money in politics, especially so-called “dark money.” But it looks like a whole LOT of dark money went into helping the Democrats take back the House in 2018. Legal Insurrection has the details.

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POLL: Two-thirds of people in six battleground states who voted for President Trump in 2016 but Democrats in the 2018 midterms are returning to the president for 2020, according to a surprising new The New York Times Upshot/Siena College survey.

The Times, being The Times, had to pooh-pooh these results: “This group is only a sliver of the electorate — 2 percent of registered voters — and is not representative of all voters. They are overwhelmingly white, 60 percent are male, and two-thirds have no college degree.” IOW, dumb rednecks.

The newspaper quoted seven voters who said they stand ready to vote Trump back into office — even those who voted for Hillary Clinton. The reasons they gave include:

“I’ve been in construction 21 years, and the last two years were the best years I’ve ever had.”

“[Trump’s] not exactly the person I’d have as my best friend,” a Hillary voter said. “But he’s a great president. Most politicians just talk about doing things, but Trump does them.”

“The harder [Democrats are] going after Trump, the more they’re just alienating people and pushing them away.”

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Impeachment bombshell: Col. Mustard testimony puts Trump in the library with candlestick

From The Duffel Blog.

WASHINGTON – The House Intelligence Committee called upon Col. Mustard to testify last Tuesday in the hearings related to President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Mustard, a career Army officer and combat veteran of both the Boer War and the Sudan Campaign, sat in on the now-famous July phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky.

“I intercepted the rapscallion’s communique with the chief minister of the former Cossack Hetmanate,” the great white hunter declared, “And by Jove, a saucy kerfuffle transpired.”

Mustard, garbed smartly in khaki officer’s dress and riding pantaloons, boldly narrated the already-released transcripts of the exchange recorded on a giant scroll unfurled by his loyal footman, Willingford. Though he added no new information to the proceedings, the Victorian vigilante did create a spectacle worthy of the Shakespearian drama that has consumed the electoral process. Continue reading

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The Roots of Western Cultural Decay

2019_11 25 cultural marxism

Excerpted from “The Birth Of Cultural Marxism: How The ‘Frankfurt School’ Changed America” —

Georg Lukács was active in the Communist Party. In 1918, he became minister of culture in Bolshevik Hungary. During this time, Lukács realized that if the family unit and sexual morals were eroded, society could be broken down.

Lukács implemented a policy he titled “cultural terrorism,” which focused on these two objectives. A major part of the policy was to target children’s minds through lectures that encouraged them to deride and reject Christian ethics. Continue reading

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2020

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2020 impeachment

IMPEACHMENT: Vanity Fair poll has baaaaad news for DemocratsThe headline reads: “Polling Suggests Democrats’ Impeachment Push Could Alienate Key Voters.”

By a  yuge margin of 62 to 22 percent, the all-important Independent voters who will decide the 2020 election, especially in key states, say that impeachment is “more important to politicians than it is to me.”

By another yuge margin, 61 to 23 percent, Independents say impeachment is “more important to the media than it is to me.”

Vanity Fair concludes that these numbers can only mean “Impeachment proceedings are viewed as bread and circuses for the anti-Trump crowd in Washington and the media.”

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2019_11 23 count blessings

RELATIONSHIPS: The 75-year Harvard Study of Adult Development “discovered” something God told us thousands of years ago. That is, that the quality of one’s life  is directly proportional to the quality of one’s relationships.

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