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 on: August 21, 2017, 04:22:26 am 
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President Trump was reported on Thursday considering sending North Korea's dictator Kim Jung Un a free airline ticket to fly to Washington D.C. to calmly discuss his nuclear weapons program. That was to satisfy the peace crowd. To satisfy the war crowd, we'd have him flying United.
 
North Korean television aired a speech from Kim Jung Un to North Korea's ruling council on Wednesday in which he warned that North Korea's missiles can destroy Los Angeles, Chicago and New York. The threat makes absolutely no sense at all. Is Kim trying to defeat Trump or re-elect him?
 
Kim Jung Un issued a broadcast from North Korea Friday boasting his nuclear missiles could rain nuclear fallout on the West Coast and turn it into a wasteland. The threat fell on deaf ears in this town. People in Los Angeles aren't afraid of nuclear fallout unless you tell us it's got gluten in it.
 
North Korea's threat of a nuclear attack Tuesday caught U.S. school children undrilled in civil defense. Two generations of kids have not practiced duck and cover. In the last forty years, the only American to practice the drill of going under the desk in case of an attack was Monica Lewinsky.
 
North Carolina passed a law which guarantees free speech on all state college campuses and eliminates politically correct restrictions on free speech and safe spaces. It's about time. Over the weekend, I asked my nephew what it's like to work at Google, and he said he couldn't complain.
 
North Korea's Kim Jung Un went on a dramatic tirade for the cameras Friday vowing revenge upon the U.S. His biography says when Kim was a little boy he wanted to grow up to be an actor. However, it's really difficult to do dinner theater in a country where there's no theater and no dinner.
 
Mexico's former President Vicente Fox gave a blistering interview to CNN last week in which he blasted the Trump Administration's crackdown on illegal immigration from Mexico. He added that the Mexican people are insulted by the idea of the U.S. building a border wall. They'll get over it.
 
Lexington, Kentucky, is next on the hit list for the removal of Robert E. Lee statues this coming week. We must not stop. I went to my Bank Of America branch Monday and demanded that the ATMs stop distributing ones, twos, twenties, fifties and C-notes because these bills honor slave owners.
 
North Carolina millennials went wild pulling down a Confederate statue with a rope in a public park on Monday. You get more careful as you get older. You learn it's better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you're a fool than to open your mouth and let them see what you're eating.
 
President Trump ripped the Ku Klux Klan, the neo-Nazis and the White Nationalists by name Monday and he denounced racism in all forms. That wasn't enough for the media. The Dodgers are fielding an all-white team whenever Puig isn't playing and Trump just let it slide by unmentioned.
 
Hollywood went berserk when Trump repeated his blaming Charlottesville on both the left and right. That's not the only reason Hollywood hates him. Americans stopped going to movies this summer because you have to turn off your phone in the theater, and they might miss one of his tweets.
 
President Trump dismissed his White House Business Council after they began quitting over his Charlottesville stand. Businesses are nervous. KFC just removed the Colonel Sanders logo from their outdoor signs in case the Confederate statue protesters are ever able to put two and two together.
 
North Korea announced it will not attack the U.S. Wednesday as Iran vowed to build nukes and attack the U.S. The same day, a civil war broke out in the U.S. over the Civil War which could result in no country for anybody to attack. The 1960s just phoned the 2010s and said you win, you're crazier.
 
CBS News spent all half-hour Tuesday ripping the president for blaming both left and right for Rebel statue riots. It never ends. I don't want to say the mainstream media is out to get rid of Trump, but every anchor at CNN has been ordered to take a sip of Orange Crush between news items.
 
-- Argus Hamilton
 
Hillary Clinton is coming out with a book called "What Happened." Out of habit, Bill Clinton immediately came out with his own book called "Baby, I Can Explain."
 
-- Conan
 
 

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 on: August 20, 2017, 04:02:16 pm 
Started by PzLdr - Last post by PzLdr
If someone asked what the U.S. military's greatest defeat at the hands of American Indians, many would say Custer's Last Stand. They would be wrong.

In the post Revolutionary War era, all eyes were on the Ohio frontier, which included Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana, as well as Kentucky. the area was home to a variety of Indian tribes and bands, the Pottowamani, the Sac, Fox, Delaware, Mingo [transplanted Iroquois sent to oversee thepeoples considered by the Iroquois to be vassals, the Miami, and above all, the Shawnee.

The Shawnee had been original occupants of the territory long before the Revolution. Defeated in war by the Iroquois, they had disappeared into the west and southwest. but they had returned to live in the Ohio territory, to live as "nephews" of the Iroquois.

One of the provisions of the Jay Treaty was that the British were to withdraw their forts from the old northwest territory [such as Ft. Detroit] and cease trying influence the Indians. The British did neither. Additionally, Iroquois efforts to regain their own influence over the Ohio Indians faltered badly, since the Iroquois, most of whom had sided with the British in the Revolution had been hammered and driven into Canadian exile. and nature abhors a vacuum.

That vacuum was filled by an expanding Indian alliance led by the Shawnee [Blue Jacket], the Miami [Little Turtle],and the Delaware. It included warriors, and insome cases whole tribes from the above lists.

The alliance had two basicgoals: end Iroquois interference in what the Ohio Indians saw as their affairs, and to limit U.S. expansion past the line proposed and ordered by the British before the war [and to take back Kentucky.

Over a period of time, councils with American emissaries were held, limited raiding took place along the frontier, and both sides readied for war [the Indians being encouraged by, and armed ,in part,by the British].

Within the United States, the military prepared for combat the same old way, i.e., mobilizing voluntary militia formations and sending them to fight under both volunteer and Revolutionary War officers.

The U.S's first attempt in 1790, under Josiah Harmer, ended in failure, when the Indians using sophisticated operational strategies [cutting off supplies],forced Harmer to retire.

The second attempt, led by Gen. Arthur St.Clair,ended in disaster. Attacked on three sides by  Indians led by blue Jacket and Little Turtle, Harmer's force was defeated, routed, and suffered the worst defeat at arms of any U.S. military force under arms by American Indians in U.S. history - with over 600 dead, and an army devolved into a mob fleeing the field.

When President Washington proposedagain, as he had before the St. Clair expedition, that a professional force be put together to attack the Indians, the congressional proponents of a militia based military were forced to vote for, inasmuch as militia forces had failed not once, but twice.

Washington's choice of commander for the operation was inspired. MG Anthony "Mad Anthony" Wayne had 'made his bones' in the Revolution, capturing Stony Point in an operation so chancy, he was thought mad. And after the Revoultion, Wayne had been involved in treay discussions with several tribes of Indians. He was also known as a strict disciplinarian who trained his troops to a high degree of efficiency.

Within two years of the St. Clair debacle, Wayne was ready. He marched some 3,000 men into the heart of Miami territory, stopping along the way to foertify supply posts. He reached the abandoned Miami capitol and made contact at a place called Fallen timbers [named for the heavy blowdown from a much earlier storm], near modern Toledo, Ohio.

Some of the Indians jumped the gun, and attacked, forcing other bands to support them. Wayne not only held them, but enveloped their right and attacked the center. A bayonet charge decided the issue. the Indians were routed. To add to their defeat was their surprise, when they were faced with the barred doors of a British fort they fled to initially, and denied entrance; before fleeing further away.

Wayne met the defeated Indians in dribs and drabs, the last to come in being Little Turtle. At the treaty of Grenville, the Indians gave up all claim to Kentucky, and were pushed further west. The British finally abandoned their old northwest territory forts. For all extents and purposes, the Ohio Valley, indeed the Old Northwest Territory was now American.

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 on: August 20, 2017, 01:29:12 pm 
Started by PzLdr - Last post by jafo2010
So do we tear down the monument to the Buffalo Soldiers because it is reminiscent of segregation in the Army?  I hope not!  This anarchy either ends soon, or America could well be destroyed as the country we once know. 

Remembering every facet of history is essential to moving forward as a nation.  To destroy our statues will set this country back and cause permanent damage to freedom in this country.

If there is one statue that should come down, it is the one of Lenin in Seattle.  This statue ended in America because it was removed from where it was installed initially.  Lenin was a monster who murdered over 10 million of his own people.  There should be no place for this monster, even on private land.

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 on: August 20, 2017, 01:13:07 pm 
Started by jafo2010 - Last post by jafo2010
When a staunch liberal lawyer comes out against what is transpiring in Washington, you know there is something really corrupt going on in politics.

With what FBI Director Comey did in regard to Hillary Clinton, how can anyone be trusted tied to Comey?  This investigation is a disgrace.  Trump needs to move Jeff Sessions.  Let the stinking lawyers fix the cluster f**k they created.

It appears that George Soros is putting on the full court press with his anarchy tactics.  I am from the north, my great great grandfather was a Union officer, so my sympathies extend to the mindset of anti slavery, etc, however, destroying statues of Confederate leaders is not accomplishing a single thing other than destroying a statue.  It changes nothing for anyone in present day America.

When there are over one million slaves in Africa right now, and when we have as many people being subjected to human trafficking present day, why this nonsense over historical landmarks?  Makes no sense.  I believe Soros is behind this, with his sole intent to cause toatal anarchy the destruction of the USA and/or dollar so that he can make billions more from the chaos.


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The Russian investigation and the appointment of FBI special counsel Robert Mueller has become a political weapon of the left, one that "really endangers democracy," self-proclaimed "liberal," author, and law professor Alan Dershowitz said.

"The idea of trying to create crimes just because we disagree with [Trump] politically, and target him, really endangers democracy," Dershowitz told "The Cats Roundtable" on 970 AM-N.Y. "[It] reminds me of what Lavrentiy Beria, the head of the KGB, said to Stalin: 'Show me the man, and I will find you the crime.'

"We shouldn't be targeting people. We shouldn't be looking for crimes they've committed. We should only be using the criminal justice system against obvious crimes. Crimes that are not not stretched and manufactured to fit a particular person."

http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/dershowitz-russia-probe-in-secret/2017/08/20/id/808642/?ns_mail_uid=27638387&ns_mail_job=1748775_08202017&s=al&dkt_nbr=010104upz4y1

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 on: August 20, 2017, 01:11:20 pm 
Started by pookie18 - Last post by pookie18
Thank you Pookie! Enjoy your weekend.

My pleasure & the same to you, Apples!

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 on: August 19, 2017, 01:32:39 am 
Started by apples - Last post by jafo2010
These groups will dissipate like steam over time. 

The problem that will not go away is the glorification and romance of the black criminal culture.  Michael Brown is portrayed as some kind of hero to the organizations mentioned in your post, and he was nothing more than a violent criminal that got what he deserved.  And that is true for many of the blacks in America that decide to challenge the policing authorities. 

I saw a video yesterday where that criminal POS viciously beat an older black man.  The poor fellow was barely able to escape the violent beating by Brown and other criminal thugs he was hanging with.

As long as the blacks in America glorify the criminal element which is predominant in the black male population, they will continue down a slide into quicksand and bury themselves.  If anyone believes the efforts of these groups serves to improve the life of one single person in the black community, they could not be further from the truth.

As the Hispanic population grows dramatically, the black demographic will become a smaller part of the USA population, and wiled less political power over time.  Barrack Obama has done more damage to the black demographic than can be possibly determined. 

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 on: August 19, 2017, 01:16:54 am 
Started by apples - Last post by jafo2010
I have a real problem with foreign nationals being employed by the federal government where that may have access to classified/secret information.  Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a major arrogant putz!

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 on: August 19, 2017, 01:15:11 am 
Started by jafo2010 - Last post by jafo2010
Doctors are the 4th leading cause of death in America, right behind heart disease, cancer and strokes.  We are talking a huge number of people.

But that might be passed by the number of people that die from the policies of Obamacare, but sadly, there will be no effort to determine the exact number, and the totally corrupt American media will continue to lie to the American people. 

What is sad is that so many listen to the mainstream media and believe the nonsense they are spewing.  If this is allowed to continue, corruption will only continue to escalate, and the people getting screwed by the media and the self serving politicians will be abused worse yet.

I have come to believe that Trump is fighting an impossible battle.  The New World Order pukes have sufficient control that no one will support any of Trump's agenda.  If the dumb from the neck up Republicans continue down this road, they will lose both houses of Congress in 2018.

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 on: August 18, 2017, 05:23:08 pm 
Started by PzLdr - Last post by PzLdr
For Apples:

At the close of the Civil War, the United states Army, largely composed of volunteer regiments was largely demobilized, in part because the Volunteers did not want to stay in service [see George Armstrong Custer's problems with his cavalry Division in Texas]. And so the Army was restructured.

One of the issues facing the leadership of the Army was black troops. Blacks had served with distinction in the Civil War. Although largely limited to menial duties, they had fought well when given the chance. For many ex-slaves, the military offered a respectable career. For the Army, they offered motivated, disciplined troops. And for the Republican Congress, which had many abolitionists, denying Blacks a chance to serve was anathema.

And so when the Army was re-formed, there were two Black infantry regiments [24th and 25th], and two black cavalry regiments [9th and 10th] on the TO&E, staffed with white officers. Of the Black regiments, the two that gained the most fame were the 9th and 10th Cavalry, the latter commanded by Col. Benjamin Grierson of Newton Station fame [Grierson was a committed supporter of both abolition and blacks in the military]. Grierson volunteered for the assignment. Other officers, notably Custer turned down command of black troops, even though it meant his rank post war was reduced to Lieutenant Colonel, instead of Colonel, and his assignment was as Executive Officer of a Cavalry regiment, instead of its commander.

The black troops were, as before, largely given menial jobs, at least the infantry was. They spent long periods of time road building, putting up installations, etc. But when allowed to soldier, they proved up to the task. That truth was more so for the Cavalry. The sobriquet "Buffalo Soldiers was allegedly bestowed upon them by the Indians. I have seen the tribe responsible named as Comanche, Kiowa, Cheyenne or others. But regardless of where the name came from, it stuck.

Perhaps the most memorable contribution made by Buffalo Soldiers during the Indian Wars was the 10th's contribution to defeating Victorio and his Chihenne Apaches. Victorio was probably the ablest tactician in all Apacheria. And when he finally went to war, he ran circles around the U.S. Army.

Victorio played the border between the U.S. and Mexico like a violin. He fought from ambush. And when he did, he always had a back way out. and when he wasn't ambushing he was raiding. and when he wasn't raiding, he nipped over the border for more of the same in Mexico.

It was Grierson who realized one of the keys to defeating Victorio was to deny him water, and since Grierson's bailiwick was western Texas, water was finite, both in availability and location.

Twice Grierson did battle with the Apache over water. the first time he got a draw [but denied the Indians the water]. The second time, he drove them off with heavy losses. Victorio was forced back over the border into Mexico, where he was killed in battle by the Mexicans at Tres Castillos.

By now, assignment to a black regiment of a white officer was not seen as a negative. The troops were disciplined, professional and motivated. The problems, often endemic in white regiments, such as desertion were almost non-existent. One officer who joined and stayed with Black cavalry was John Pershing. He spent such a long time with them, he was called "Black Jack" by fellow white officers. And it was not meant as a compliment.

Pershing and the Buffalo soldiers fought in the Spanish-American war, and subsequently, the Philippine Insurrection. They were at San Juan Hill, where they performed exceptionally well, as well as Pershing's Mexican Expedition. They served in WW I, but were restricted to rear duties or service with the French Army.

The Buffalo Soldiers fought in both WW II and Korea, but the units had different designations, and with President Truman's desegregation of the Army, the units existed for a while but lost their racial composition.

A monument to the Buffalo soldiers can be found at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, the former training center back in the day for horse cavalry.


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 on: August 18, 2017, 02:53:02 pm 
Started by apples - Last post by apples
This is nothing but a purge. Then after the purge they can rebuild....they can finally have their utopia Marxist society, where the masses eat dirt and the ruling elite live like kings.

Who will the masses blame then after whitey is gone? They better get their reparations before they kill us all off. The ruling elite won't lift a hand to help them financially wise.

Who will win the war between sharia and antifa/blm types? Or will they live in harmony?

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