Why Hillary Clinton Will Win in 2016
- GUNNY G: BB ORWELL 1984+
- GUNNY G: P!SSED YET, PILGRIM?
- GUNNY G: NOTHING BY ACCIDENT…
- GUNNY G: THE PEOPLE WHO CAST THE VOTES…
- GUNNY G: BLOGGING BAD!
- GUNNY G BLOGS, ETC.
GUNNY G: GUESS WHAT WE THE PEOPLE WILL DO ‘BOUT THINGS NOW
Same as always…and the cavalry ain’t coming……so…………………..
Get it Now?
BUT WAIT !!!!!
WE AIN’T SEE NUTHIN YET !!!!!! !!!!!
In what one liberty activist described as a “long, domestic cold war,” and others have referred to as “the stealth war,” the U.S. appears to be embroiled in a dispute of clashing ideological realities. So deep is the divide that besets
Marxism in the Civil War
By: Jonathan Harris
Before reading the book \”Red Republican\’s and Lincoln\’s Marxists\” I have to admit I was a bit skeptical. Despite my predisposition to be wary of any fiber of genuine Christian morality flowing within the veins of Lincoln not to mention the founders of the GOP, I did not think it likely that any of them would be sympathetic towards the precepts of communism.
After all, communism is a monster of the 20th century isn\’t it? Wilson, FDR, Johnson, and Carter may have been affected, but Lincoln?
Clash Daily ^ | Nov. 30, 2013 | Clash Daily
Posted on Saturday, November 30, 2013 11:51:53 AM by drypowder
Dr Garrow was recently contacted by a high ranking military official who implored him to reveal the truth about a “litmus test” that is being proposed by the Obama administration to the military asking the question “will you shoot Americans if they won’t give you their guns?”
“Stanton was more than anxious to lay the blame for the assassination upon Richmond. Yet his only two links there were Booth, who we have been told was killed (there’s another whole story involved with that), and John Surrat, who had gotten to Canada, and eventually to Europe. It was felt that those arrested for the assassination would have denied any conspiratorial connections with the Confederacy—should they have been allowed to talk freely. So Weyl stated:” ~ revisedhistory | Just another WordPress.com site
…..Stanton was more than anxious to lay the blame for the assassination upon Richmond. Yet his only two links there were Booth, who we have been told was killed (there’s another whole story involved with that), and John Surrat, who had gotten to Canada, and eventually to Europe.
It was felt that those arrested for the assassination would have denied any conspiratorial connections with the Confederacy—should they have been allowed to talk freely. So Weyl stated: “It was therefore essential to the grand political design that they be silenced—by torture if necessary.
To prove the great conspiracy, Stanton relied on his crony, Judge Advocate General Holt, and on his creature, General Lafayette Baker. The latter bustled off to Canada where he collected the most preposterous herd of witnesses ever for a political trial…Meanwhile Judge Holt ran a school for perjury in Washington.”
(Before It\’s News)
November 25, 2013
The Common Sense Show
civil war 2I remember as a young child that the key to winning a lot of the neighborhood games in football and basketball was all about who got picked first. If you were lucky enough to get Michael on your team, then you knew you were going to win. If you were in a foreign park playing against kids you did not know, Michael was the great equalizer. I also knew that getting the right kids on my side helped in spelling bees and walking home from the movies so I didn’t get beat up. Learning how to organize my team with the right people, served me well when I became a men’s college head basketball coach in terms of winning the recruiting wars. I always felt the April recruiting wars was the deciding factor in many games in the following December.