The Trump Voter Handbook & Insult Repellent – A PSA

I must admit that this presentation is a bit outdated… The Trump v Cruz conflict is over and done. But the presentation is marvelous. I relish the discovery of a new conservative reference, and one with humor amplifies my relishment. So my recommendation is to check Intellectual Froglegs out!: Intellectual Froglegs

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The Battle’s On!

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Finally… after decades of Republican Milquetoast behavior towards the biggest enemy the traditional American values of freedom/responsibility have ever faced (the main-stream press [propagandia]), a Republican presidential nominee goes bold and heroic. A two fisted attack, referring to this enemy, face to face, with the reality they represent. That they are, as a group AND individually, “dishonest,” “not good people,” sleazy comprise of the worst human beings he has ever met. “I don’t mind scrutiny. What I don’t like is lies!” And Bacon’s swelling admiration and support of Donald Trump was magnified again.

The most fascinating aspect of this is the reaction of political commentators and political reporters. I am aware of only one who recognized the intelligence and magnificence of Trump’s action here. Trump’s magnificent success in the political arena goes hand in hand with his success in the business world. The man is bold, humanitarian, and highly intelligent. Donald Trump knows what he is doing. His mantra “make American great again” resounds magnificently amongst the American people. The institutions responsible for bringing America to its knees (professional politicians [the executive welfare class], the education system, the entertainment industry) is represented most magnificently by the main-stream media.

Trump was reacting to the propagandia attempting to twist what should, by all legitimate reason should have been a very positive story, Trump’s extensive benevolence and charitable contributions. Particularly directed, as they are, towards one of the most abused and disrespected classes of citizens in America, the Veterans.

Rather than pointing at the essential humanitarianism of what Trump has done for the veteran community, for whom his support has long been unwavering, the media attempted to smear his efforts. And, OF COURSE, not one word from the media about the lack of charitable activity to be seen on the left, (i.e. Hellary, Sanders) where benevolence tends more towards forcing the taxpayer to be Santa Claus. Respect for the Americans who have laid their lives on the line for the freedom which has lived in the most exceptional country in history (sorry democrats, it.s true)… our veterans, is vibrant in the Donald Trump camp.  The propagandias’ “scrutiny” is reserved for Republicans.

Donald Trump is on the warpath, and the victims so far, are the executive welfare class (professional politicians, left and right), and more importantly the absolute figurehead of what is wrong with America, the institutional dragging of American tradition through the sewer pond of agitprop and deception, and what is, just as Trump describes it, “…the most dishonest people that I have ever met, I have to tell you.”  And WORSE…

The leftist lies are flowing and the Trump whistle is blowing!

Oh yeah, by the way, the single commentator who recognized Trump’s brilliance here?

…Rush Limbaugh…

“A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom” ~Bob Dylan.

 

The horror! The horror!

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Donald Trump announces a list of potential Supreme Court judges whith includes:

Judge William Pryor of the Atlanta-based federal appeals court, who has called the landmark Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide the “worst abomination in the history of constitutional law.”

Joan Larsen, served in the Justice Department office that produced the legal justifications for the enhanced interrogation techniques, including waterboarding, that critics have called torture.

Judge Steven Colloton, ruled for faith-affiliated groups that challenged Obama administration rules giving women covered by the groups’ health plans access to cost-free contraceptives.

And others…

One of the most notable things about Trump’s list is the main stream propagandias reaction to it. Absolute horror! These horrid possibilities are, of all the damnable things… Constitutionally oriented! Oh MY…

The propagandia takes great pains to consider their qualifications… not. New York Times, ABC News, NBC News, CNN, NPR, MPR…  point out the terrifying facts that:

*“Several are favorites of CONSERVATIVE legal scholars.”

*One worked for the Bush White House’s office of FAITH BASED INITIATIVES, where he pushed to keep a monument of the Ten Commandments on public property [gasp] and keeping the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance.

*several have QUESTIONED abortion RIGHTS! [Questioned?? My God that’s despicable!]

*Judge Gruender supported a law requiring doctors to actually tell women the obvious truth that abortions “terminate the life of a whole, separate, unique living human being.” [God NO!!!]

*Judge Prior has DENOUNCED Roe v. Wade as having manufacured, “a constitutional right to murder an unborn child.” Radical extremism indeed!

*Nan Aron, the president of the liberal Alliance for Justice Action Council, says Trump’s choices are “DANGEROUS,” and includes “open hostility to Americans’ rights and liberties…” [You know the right to murder unwanted children, the right to decide how much to pay your employees,  the right to drive an S.U.V., etc.]

*The list includes some of the most extreme conservatives on the federal bench today. Shudder!

*Ed Whelan, former clerk to Justice Scalia reserved judgement about whether conservatives should trust Mr. Trump to follow through on what he says…

*Some of Trump’s conservative critics remain doubtful. Erick Erickson, conservative blogger says, “He will waffle, he will backtrack, and he simply cannot be believed.”

*Taken together, the records of these potential Trump nominees reflect a radical-right ideology that threatens fundamental rights, and that favors the powerful over everyone else, especially people from historically marginalized communities.

*A Trump nominee in any of those seats would cement CONSERVATIVE [horrors] domination of the court for years, if not DECADES.

*”Donald Trump releases ALL WHITE list”!!! “Trump’s LGBT-Unfriendly Supreme Court Picks.” [gasp, he’s a racist?!]

*The majority are MEN!!! [cough, he’s a sexist?!]

*”Donald Trump’s list of potential Supreme Court nominees are a woman’s worst nightmare. Their records reveal a lineup of individuals who would likely overturn Roe v. Wade if given the chance, gutting what’s left of abortion access in this country and heaping punishment on women.”

I could go on… and on… and on, but what is notable here is that the swing of the propagandistic pendulum ends somewhere left of center.  One, as usual, has to move outside of the coverage we get from the main stream propagandia to hear anything positive or from a conservative point of view. Our modern search engines require some amount of effort to find any topic not considered to be “politically correct” (left wing). In the case of Google, on the 4th page of results, #30 in the pile, to find a link to http://redalertpolitics.com/ which is a political site run by young conservatives. Finally one runs into something more complete and compelling in reference to the possibilities:

*”Trump picks judge who trolled him on Twitter for SCOTUS” where it’s pointed out that not all Trump’s choices were in Trump’s pocket.

*”Utahn on Trump’s list of his top Supreme Court picks.”

*”Trump’s Supreme Court Picks Could Bring Real-World Experience.”

There is a hidden beauty in the propaganda mechanisms the left has in place, which is that we can easily determine what the motivators of statist expansion and increased restriction of freedom/responsibility are hoping for the people to believe. Recognition of this, which is increasing thanks in large part to Trump thumbing his nose at the same media representative that have typically had Republicans trembling in their candles. Had the Right been reacting aggressively to the lies and distortions of the left and their guns in the media, the medias gunsmanship would have evaporated years ago…

“If it ever reach us it must spring up amongst us; it cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot we must ourselves be its author and finisher” ~Abraham Lincoln.

Cruzing the Sea of Absurdity

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Following is quotation of a letter I wrote to the good Mr. Cruz:

Well good old Ted Cruz turns out to be just another typical professional politician… Joining hands with the demonrats and the other GOP example of absurdity Rubio, to blame Donald trump for the absurdity and illegal behavior of Chicago liberals. I was already skeptical of Cruz thanks to the universal traitorism revealed by the GOP after the recent victories in DC which were followed by the republicrats joining hands to support the oBama rather than keeping their promises to the voters.

I really felt like Cruz was of a different sort, but obviously such is not the case. My support and whatever influence I can generate will henceforth be in Donald Trump’s behalf.

The GOP used to be the wall behind which the American tradition of freedom/responsibility took refuge, but now the democratic (politic of mediocrity ~Socrates) infection has spread from the demonrats and infected the GOP. This is a tremendous disappointment.

It is most unfortunate that politics has become a profession. Cruz and the rest are the executive welfare class. Enjoying the perks of lifetime wages, healthcare and and a host of other benefits at the cost of the voters whose pocketbooks they are milking.

Trump will have his work cut out for him, getting past both the demonrats and the Republicrat liars… god forgive us if we are unable to wrest control from the political professionals and return it to the people.

What the Trump Is Going On???

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When Trump took the stage as a Republican desiring the nomination for Presidency, I was intrigued. What Trump is was a mystery. What shows is showmanship, but why does one of the most successful independent businessmen this world has ever seen want to take on the Presidency of the USA? In Trump’s case, the only consideration is personal. What really is in this thing for the Trump? For me, the skepticism level was very high. Some sort of showboating going on here… But then…

Trump takes the stage literally and effectively during the Republican presidential debates and behaved in ways quite atypical of the typical politician. Saying things one would expect to destroy his possibilities. Trump says things which the media and the analysts interpret as racist or offensive, but his popularity soars. Something is going on here, and it damn sure is different. My intrigue evolved into a serious curiosity… because…

This country, founded on the principles of independence, freedom and the exercise of responsibility, is crumbling into a cesspool of whining, crying, “it’s not faaaiiiirrrrrr” liberalism. Here comes a gentleman who embodies many of the very principles the whiners are whining about. He’s fabulously… no, ridiculously wealthy. He’s a capitalist. He says what he wants to say without any apparent regard for hurt feelings. He has a bizarre hairdo. He has a sense of humor. Most importantly, when he runs into a problem, he conquers it… but…

Where does one go to find out who Donald Trump really is? Turns out that in the case of Donald Trump the record is clear and the path is easy to follow. Unlike our current pRESIDENT, who we know very little about. We don’t don’t even know for sure if he’s an American or even if his wife is a woman. Donald Trump is anything but, transparent. He has a clear and easy to follow record of accomplishment. What we don’t find in the investigation, is a history of dishonesty. His business relationships and his relationship with those he employs is positive and productive… however…

Donald Trump is also an author, and as an author myself, I can testify the the truth of a soul can be seen in his writing. So I’ve been reading, and yes I’m impressed. Here’s my recommendation for those who would like to look inside the head of a multi-billionaire striving for… for… well…

Read the book! “Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again” It resonates with a rational that is impossible to deny. It brings to my mind remembrance of the words of some of the political greats of the past, John Locke, or Thomas Paine…

Our freedom was won not by the lowly or the common, but by highly successful businessmen who cared more for independence and freedom than they cared for their own wealth and security…

Obviously Donald Trump has a towering sense of self importance. What goal could afford a more guaranteed heroic move into the history books than rescuing the mighty magnificence of America from the hands of liberal “fairness and equality” and professional politics which has brought us to our knees? And what quarterback would have a better chance of crossing the goal line?

Pull up your damn britches and READ THE BOOK!!

Weapon of A.S.S. Destruction

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I must preface this  with my intent, which is to promote what may be the most remarkable piece of literature regarding the relativity between politics and humanitarian values that I have ever read, “Weapon of A.S.S. Destruction,” by Alfonzo Rachel. A full painting will require some lead-in. So bear with me. I really will get to the point which goes far beyond religion, eventually.

One ever present aspect of human nature is the curiosity about our own eternal (or not) nature. Is there a God? Of course! (not)! Naturally I share this universal curiosity and have taken approaches ranging from absolute atheism all the way through the gamut to  the committed following of organized religion (Mormon). None of this seemed satisfactory, comforting, nor truly fulfilling. Thus none stuck.

Agnosticism is certainly the easiest route, being quite similar to the political belief referred to as, “independent.” It requires very little in the form of commitment and is the “faith” I have adhered to throughout most of my life.

Atheism can be logically compared to political anarchy, which is one of it’s lures. People are at least tempted to believe they are individually capable and responsible and that they don’t need to depend upon “fairy tales,” “magicians,” nor Gods. Most of us deny it, but there is an element of narcissism that naturally resides within us which makes this type of independence look appealing. This is one of the reasons I took a stab at atheism. I lost interest as my realization grew that atheism leaves us with true, non-self centered reason for nothing. I do like to think of myself as reasoned, yet I also confess to a propensity towards the dark side. It is largely because of my lingering fear of eternal damnation that certain individuals remain alive today whom I believed the world would be better off without.

The study of Christianity, particularly the pursuit made outside the reigns of any particular religious organization (Catholic, Protestant, Mormon etc.), the aspect of Christianity which claims to be the actual teaching of Jesus Christ (the red letters, as it were), ignoring the human manipulations of his doctrines, leads the student to some of the most sound and loving humanitarianism imaginable. Although I am far removed from the typical view society has as to what a Christian typically is, I am never the less sold on the fact that it presents us with a philosophy that guarantees such a broad range of freedom/responsibility empowering beliefs that no political philosophy can compare. Even if there actually were no Jesus Christ (that there was is historically provable), or if the man were nothing but a magnificently talented philosopher (which may be the case), the result of following his teachings leads to true freedom, the truest respect of humanity, AND an appreciation for our own existence, that no secular philosophy can approach.

It is easy to argue against torturing and burning witches, cutting the tongues out of “blasphemers,” the idea of multiple wives, or religious socialism. However none of these perversions can be traced directly to the words of Jesus. These were manipulations for personal gain made by humans holding up their own interpretations or even their own generation of words they attributed to Jesus. The ultimate core of true Christianity boils down to “My command is this: Love one another the way I have loved you.” The simple fact of the matter is if humanity actually followed this teaching alone, every one of the legal and political problems we face would fade back into the Hell holes from whence they came.

The flip side of this coin is the fact that humanity is distantly removed from the nature of Christ. Thus it is quite unlikely that we can be successful in imitating his behavior. Our best hope is to recognize it and hold it up as motivation for our higher intentions. This, beautifully, is the point of Christianity. It is a set of logical, reasonable, and purely humanitarian ground rules to strive for. Failure is certain but the attempt will naturally build good principle and strengthen morality in the heart and soul of the person who sincerely makes the attempt. Thus the failure becomes a success.

One of the greatest disappointments with atheism for me was the atheist arguments for morality. There is no doubt that atheists are perfectly capable of completely moral behavior, and atheists who do live morally, (there are many) can logically be seen as actually having a more personal form of morality than those who pursue moral behavior in order to earn a mansion in heaven, 70 virgins, 30 wives in heaven, eternal existence, or whatever payoff is being played/prayed for. However the ultimate question still remains. Why be honest? Why be fair? Why help the weak? The unfortunate answer which the atheist will employ volumes of words to present, boils down nicely and cleanly to one, “because.”

Now, down to the nitty gritty:

According to Plato, Socrates referred to democracy as the “politic of mediocrity.” Rachel’s book is a brilliantly written, shoot from the hip look at historically verifiable facts about the development of democracy in our American republic. He Illuminates beautifully all of its brilliant absurdity, and backs up Socrates’ observation made almost 2500 years ago with indubitable evidence. He ties it all together beautifully with the relativity between proper principle, morality, freedom, responsibility and Christianity. All of which are rapidly being lost in America.

Rachel begins with the “so called party switch,” where he illuminates the true roots of racism in America, revealing startling, verifiable truths about slavery, the Jim Crow laws, the Dred Scott decision, the KKK, the truest opposition to Martin Luther King, AND the truest roots of the growth of civil liberties in America.

From here Rachel moves on to one of the most coherent descriptions of the difference between liberalism and conservatism, which alone makes the book a masterpiece. He states quite plainly and simply, something I’ve been trying to relate in my writing for well over a decade.

He moves into the association between religious thinking and effective politic. “Facts have little effect on the opposition because everyone has an interest in confirming what they already believe,” the very foundation of my own philosophical interpretation of one of the core aspects of human nature, egoteneoism. He illuminates the difference between conserving the freedom to do for yourself, and the political hunger for voters’ dependency. The difference between voting for what’s popular and voting for what’s “right.” It is this portion of his book which will cause the most consternation for the liberal thinker, but careful consideration of its premise reveals a beautiful philosophical basis.

Next he attacks another liberal bogeyman, capitalism. By clearly describing what it is and the power that it implies, “capitalism is freedom of money.” The innate differences between capitalism, socialism, and fascism. He examines modern absurdities such as “minimum wage,” “unionization” (the stepping stone to communism), pulling into focus the “render unto Ceasar” statement, so often used to Biblically support taxation.

State run healthcare, abortion, Constitutional protection, homosexuality (including a very illustrative historical look at the real physical dangers which inspired the the anti-gay mentality which still exists. (Rachel presents a very logical case in justification for including homosexuals in the military) Immigration, back to racism “Democrats still have you on the plantation. They farm blacks for votes like ballot cattle.” Which brings to my mind a quote of L.B.J., “I’ll have those niggers voting democrat for the next 200 years.” Environmentalism, “Our government currently makes laws respecting the religious establishment of environmentalism” (back again to egoteneoism).

Rachel takes a look at libertarianism, which was somewhat uncomfortable to me since I have often referred to myself as libertarian. “A Libertarian is typically just a liberal that doesn’t have a love/hate relationship with capitalism and the free market.” He presents a case which is now a new bug under my saddle.

One of the most important points Rachel makes is in reference to the American media, who I see as the biggest enemy the American tradition of freedom/responsibility has ever faced. “People vote democratic, not because of principle, but because of feelings swayed by the media.” There is a rising surge of resistance to the media lies, based on the growing recognition that it is going on. Tis one of the most important aspects of Donald Trump’s popularity, his refusal to kowtow to the whims of the liberal American media.

Bottom line… buy this book, read it, buy copies for your friends, give it out as Valentines, donate copies to charity, slide copies under your liberal professor’s doors, read it to your children at bedtime. Thank you Alfonzo Rachel (http://www.pjtv.com/?cmd=mpg&mpid=84 ) for a true breath of fresh air and a rekindling of hope!

Trump?

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Yes, I think so.

Trump’s shot at the Republican presidential nomination was intriguing, right out of the gate. The initial reaction to it was skepticism. “What’s this rich son of a bitch up to?” A valid question indeed! What IS this rich son of a bitch up to? What is in this thing for him? A truly objective analysis of new philosophies or ideas is made quite difficult by one of the basic self-defense aspect of human nature, which is a drive to maintain ones currently chosen beliefs. Much of the job of selling, be it ideas or dishwashers is, as Tump plainly recognizes, playing to people fantasies. Your reality is in your head, not mine. And it is real.

For me at first, Trump’s strongest appeal was his disdain for the main stream propagandia. Which spouts propaganda which causes typical Republican politicians to tremble in their boots. Rather than bowing and scraping and apologizing when faced with media propagandizing. Trump actually makes fun of them. Gives them the bird as it were, AND he profits in popularity and media coverage as well. For me this turned intrigue into a very positive fascination. Donald Trump rules the media. But still the wonder remains, who is he and what is he really after?

He obviously knows how to harvest benefits from his enemy. Donald Trump is getting more coverage from the propagandistic main-stream media than even their glorious angel, Hillary Clinton. Far more coverage than any of the Republicans he’s competing with. This not only benefits Trump, it exemplifies the wisdom of the man. However it comes at a price. The media does not want Donald Trump to win. The GOP (republicrats) are scared to dribbling shudders by Donald Trump, so getting his message out there in an effective way requires a certain amount of posturing, which he accomplishes brilliantly. Boisterous, cutting, offensive self importance opens the gate and Donald Trump triumphantly marches into America’s television, car radio, iPhone, newspaper, magazines (even the most radically propagandistic, i.e. NYT) for FREE! He plays the media fiddle so magnificently that their attempt to sell the scare reveals instead not only his core message, but a level of strategy which may be Trump’s greatest asset.

So… who is he really? What actually is at the core of his motivation? What is this rich son of a bitch actually up to? You’re not going to get at the heart of it via the media. Their ultimate motivation is to see him lose, so there will be no detailed and accurate analysis of what is going on. Getting at the truth is up to you. Unfortunately the disease of laziness and knee jerkism has reached a point which places most Americans at the mercy of whim. Trump realizes this and plays to it, “I play to people’s fantasies. . .­­ It’s an innocent form of exaggeration, and a very effective form of promotion…Perception is reality,” but the truth is out there to be seen by anyone who has the drive to actually investigate. There is undeniable evidence is in Trump’s own background. If one steps back from the mainstream circus side show into history and the actual words of the man, who unlike our current pRESIDENT, actually is transparent. You can see his school records, his professional achievements, ANY aspect of his history is open for all to see.

At age 13 Trump began attending the New York Military Academy, where he played varsity football, soccer, and was captain of the varsity baseball team. “Honesty and straightforwardness was the rule of law” at the academy. It got ingrained in us that you don’t lie, cheat or steal, or tolerate those who do . . . You just say the way it is,” Ted Levine, roommate. “He was cut from a different cloth, and it was quite obvious. He was more aloof. More focused than we were . . . We were wondering what we wanted to do when we grow up. He was already there.” ~Ted Pollard.

What you don’t find in Trump’s history is drugs, drinking, crime, nor even indecision. Trump was and is, driven. A man of vast accomplishment who attacks challenges and does so successfully. He turns obstacles into stepping stones and wins.

What’s in his head? He’s written 15 books, most of them before showing any sign of political ambition, and the man can truly be seen in their pages. One of the most important of these books, relative to Trump’s political goals is, “Crippled America.” To anyone interested in gaining a true perspective on Trump’s motivations, here they are. READ! Pay attention, turn off your presuppositions and listen for truth. It comes through quite plainly if you take down the shields.