Friday, October 9, 2015
GQ: ‘F*ck Ben Carson’ For Preaching Self Defense
by John Nolte 8 Oct 2015
The GQ headline screams “Fuck Ben Carson” and attacks the Republican presidential candidate for daring to suggest that in a mass shooter situation, it might be a better idea to fight back than to wait to be murdered in cold blood.
Fuck Ben Carson
You know, the only thing more alarming than Donald Trump leading the Republican presidential field is the fact that Ben Carson is the guy right behind him. While establishment puds like Jeb! Bush and
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 80% can’t decide if they want to beat Trump or emulate him, the Good Doctor made it clear this week that he is not only willing to replicate Trump’s signature brand of hot-garbage-spewing, but he’ll say even DUMBER shit. Here is Carson from earlier in the week on the Oregon shooter:
It gets worse.
This is Clarence Thomas all over again. A black man seeks to rise to a position of power and because he dares to stray from The Liberal Thought Plantation, at every opportunity, including fabricated ones like this, the media piles on to destroy the black apostate as dumb, crazy, scary or a combination of all three.
The real idiots here are the Gun Control Truthers on the left, and this includes the mainstream media.
They know gun control will do nothing to stop these school shootings. They even admit it.
They know that after 12 of these mass-shooting events (not all of them successful, thankfully) that we’re going to have another one soon, and yet the Left is suggesting NOTHING to prevent the next one. Democrats and their media allies keep using piles of dead children to push a gun control agenda that will do nothing to stop the next pile of dead bodies.
GQ and CNN and MSNBC have been hammering Carson all week for daring to suggest an actual plan in the event this happens again. It’s not a perfect plan but it could at least the reduce the size of the pile and give these kids a direction that might save some lives.
Barack Obama’s plan is for these kids to keep dying.
The Democrats’ plan is for these kids to keep dying
The media’s plan is for these kids to keep dying.
Carson is suggesting the kind of self-reliance in a nothing-to-lose situation that might actually make a difference, and for that he’s being savaged by an elite media that will never do anything other than attempt to destroy a black man who thinks for himself.
In every GQ, CNN, MSNBC attack against Carson the subtext screams, “We gotta git that uppity boy’s mind right.”
Harold E. Ford Jr. is a political commentator at MSNBC, was an overseer at the International Rescue Committee, and a 2008 Bilderberg conference participant (think tank).
Note: Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the International Rescue Committee, the Robin Hood Foundation, the Aspen Institute (think tank), the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (think tank), and the Sundance Institute.
George Soros was the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society.
Tom Brokaw is an overseer at the International Rescue Committee, a friend of Robert W. Pittman, and was a director at the Robin Hood Foundation.
Robert W. Pittman is a friend of Tom Brokaw, a director at the Robin Hood Foundation, and was a trustee at the Public Theater.
Emma Bloomberg was a senior planning officer for the Robin Hood Foundation, is Michael R. Bloomberg’s daughter, and a director a director at the Bloomberg Family Foundation.
Michael R. Bloomberg was a donor for the Robin Hood Foundation, is Emma Bloomberg’s father, the founder of the Bloomberg Family Foundation, and the founder of Everytown for Gun Safety.
Bloomberg Family Foundation was a funder for the Aspen Institute (think tank).
Walter Isaacson is a director at the Bloomberg Family Foundation, the president & CEO for the Aspen Institute (think tank), and was the chairman & CEO for CNN.
Ted Turner is the founder of CNN, and a co-chairman for the Nuclear Threat Initiative (think tank).
Jessica Tuchman Mathews is a director at the Nuclear Threat Initiative (think tank), was the president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (think tank), a director at the American Friends of Bilderberg (think tank), and a 2008 Bilderberg conference participant (think tank).
Ed Griffin’s interview with Norman Dodd in 1982
(The investigation into the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace uncovered the plans for population control by involving the United States in war)
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (think tank) was a funder for the Nuclear Threat Initiative (think tank).
Warren E. Buffett is an adviser at the Nuclear Threat Initiative (think tank), an advisory board member for Everytown for Gun Safety.
Everytown for Gun Safety is a “Gun Safety” group for guns.
Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence is a “Gun Safety” group for guns.
Maria Cuomo Cole is a trustee at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, and married to Kenneth D. Cole.
Kenneth D. Cole is married to Maria Cuomo Cole, and a trustee at the Sundance Institute.
Henry W. McGee was a trustee at the Sundance Institute, a trustee at the Public Theater, and the president of the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Samuel Irving Newhouse Jr. is a director at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, and the chairman for the Conde Nast Publications.
GQ is a publication for Conde Nast Publications.
'Duck Dynasty' star: Media 'blurring lines' on sin (Past Research on GQ)
Friday, May 23, 2014
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Thursday, October 8, 2015
Code Pink Activists Cheer For Kerry on Iran, Crash Ted Cruz’s Rally
by Ken Meyer | 4:49 pm, July 23rd, 2015
Considering how the anti-war group Code Pink: Women for Peace have a history for heckling political speeches and interrupting committees, it was unusual to see them cheering for John Kerry. The surprising support shown in these pictures indicate that Kerry’s testimony on the Iran deal was not exclusively met with disapproval, having been told by Bob Corker and James E. Risch that Kerry was “fleeced” and “bamboozled” by the Iranians:
Later, the activist group went back to their usual character when they shouted down Ted Cruz‘s anti-Iran rally outside the White House. Cruz was saying that America’s greatest current priority was in stopping “this catastrophic Iran nuclear deal,” when protesters and supporters began having scuffles and shouting matches amongst each other.
After one of the protesters pulled out a loudspeaker and attendees began to shove signs into each others faces, Cruz halted his speech and remarked, “It’s very interesting to see those who profess to believe in free speech are afraid of speech.” One protester responded by calling Cruz a “war monger” and asked him, “why are you so aggressively violent?”
In the end, Cruz asked the protesters to quite down by inviting one of their own onto the stage to debate him right then and there. Representative and co-founder Medea Benjamin took the field, where she and Cruz began argue over whether the deal would place billions of dollars into the hands of jihadis, or whether the deal would secure a peaceful nuclear agreement.
You can see a video from Cruz’s rally here:
Ted Cruz Debates Code Pink on Iran Nuclear Deal
John F. Kerry is the secretary at the U.S. Department of State for the Barack Obama administration, and married to Teresa Heinz Kerry.
Note: Teresa Heinz Kerry is married to John F. Kerry, and an honorary trustee at the Brookings Institution (think tank).
Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the Brookings Institution (think tank), and the Roosevelt Institute.
George Soros was the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society, is a director at the Drug Policy Alliance, and Jonathan Soros’s father.
Jodie Evans is a director at the Drug Policy Alliance, a trustee at the Institute for Policy Studies, and a co-founder for Codepink.
Katrina vanden Heuvel is a trustee at the Institute for Policy Studies, a director at the Roosevelt Institute, and was a governor for the Roosevelt Institute.
Jonathan Soros is a senior fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, and George Soros’s son.
Posted by Sam and Bunny Sewell at 4:48 PM
Bloomberg Businessweek: Breitbart News the Center of the ‘Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy’
by Breitbart News 8 Oct 2015
From Joshua Green writing at Bloomberg:
It’s nearing midnight as Steve Bannon pushes past the bluegrass band in his living room and through a crowd of Republican congressmen, political operatives, and a few stray Duck Dynasty cast members. He’s trying to make his way back to the SiriusXM Patriot radio show, broadcasting live from a cramped corner of the 14-room townhouse he occupies a stone’s throw from the Supreme Court. It’s late February, the annual Conservative Political Action Conference is in full swing, and Bannon, as usual, is the whirlwind at the center of the action.
Bannon is the executive chairman of Breitbart News, the crusading right-wing populist website that’s a lineal descendant of the Drudge Report (its late founder, Andrew Breitbart, spent years apprenticing with Matt Drudge) and a haven for people who think Fox News is too polite and restrained. He’d spent the day at CPAC among the conservative faithful, zipping back and forth between his SiriusXM booth and an unlikely pair of guests he was squiring around: Nigel Farage, the leader of Britain’s right-wing UKIP party, and Phil Robertson, the bandanna’d, ayatollah-bearded Duck Dynasty patriarch who was accepting a free-speech award. CPAC is a beauty contest for Republican presidential hopefuls. But Robertson, a novelty adornment invited after A&E suspended him for denouncing gays, delivered a wild rant about “beatniks” and sexually transmitted diseases that upstaged them all, to Bannon’s evident delight. “If there’s an explosion or a fire somewhere,” says Matthew Boyle, Breitbart’s Washington political editor, “Steve’s probably nearby with some matches.” Afterward, everyone piled into party buses and headed for the townhouse.
As befits someone with his peripatetic background, Bannon is a kind of Jekyll-and-Hyde figure in the complicated ecosystem of the right—he’s two things at once. And he’s devised a method to influence politics that marries the old-style attack journalism of Breitbart.com, which helped drive out Boehner, with a more sophisticated approach, conducted through the nonprofit Government Accountability Institute, that builds rigorous, fact-based indictments against major politicians, then partners with mainstream media outlets conservatives typically despise to disseminate those findings to the broadest audience. The biggest product of this system is the project Bannon was so excited about at CPAC: the bestselling investigative book, written by GAI’s president, Peter Schweizer, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich. Published in May by HarperCollins, the book dominated the political landscape for weeks and probably did more to shape public perception of Hillary Clinton than any of the barbs from her Republican detractors.
Jeb Bush is about to come in for the same treatment. On Oct. 19, GAI will publish Schweizer’s e-book, Bush Bucks: How Public Service and Corporations Helped Make Jeb Rich, that examines how Bush enriched himself after leaving the Florida governor’s mansion in 2007. A copy obtained by Bloomberg Businessweek examines Bush’s Florida land deals, corporate board sinecures, and seven-figure salary with Lehman Brothers, whose 2008 bankruptcy touched off the financial crisis. “It’s not as cinematic as the Clintons, with their warlords and Russian gangsters and that whole cast of bad guys,” says Bannon. “Bush is more prosaic. It’s really just grimy, low-energy crony capitalism.”
While attacking the favored candidates in both parties at once may seem odd, Bannon says he’s motivated by the same populist disgust with Washington that’s animating candidates from Trump to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) 16%. Like both, Bannon is having a bigger influence than anyone could have reasonably expected. But in the Year of the Outsider, it’s perhaps fitting that a figure like Bannon, whom nobody saw coming, would roil the national political debate.
Most days, Bannon can be found in his Hyde persona, in the Washington offices of Breitbart News. Operating from the basement of his townhouse—known to all as the Breitbart Embassy—Breitbart’s pirate crew became tribunes of the rising Tea Party movement after Barack Obama’s election, bedeviling GOP leaders and helping to foment the 2013 government shutdown. The site has also made life hell for Democrats by, for example, orchestrating the career-ending genital tweeting misfortune that cost New York Representative Anthony Weiner his seat in Congress in 2011. Tipped to Weiner’s proclivity for sexting with female admirers, Bannon says, the site paid trackers to follow his Twitter account 24 hours a day and eventually intercepted a crotch shot Weiner inadvertently made public. The ensuing scandal culminated in the surreal scene, carried live on television, of Andrew Breitbart hijacking Weiner’s press conference and fielding questions from astonished reporters.
On occasion, this partisan zeal has led to egregious errors. Just before our lunch in January, a Breitbart reporter published an article assailing Obama’s nominee for attorney general, Loretta Lynch—but went after the wrong woman. She wasn’t, as the site reported, the Loretta Lynch who was once part of Bill Clinton’s defense team. The embarrassed reporter asked for time off. Bannon, allergic to any hint of concession, refused: “I told him, ‘No. In fact, you’re going to write a story every day this week.’ ” He shrugs. “We’re honey badgers,” he explains. “We don’t give a s—.”
But Bannon realizes that politics is sometimes more effective when it’s subtle. So he’s nurtured a Dr. Jekyll side: In 2012 he became founding chairman of GAI, a nonpartisan 501(c)(3) research organization staffed with lawyers, data scientists, and forensic investigators. “What Peter and I noticed is that it’s facts, not rumors, that resonate with the best investigative reporters,” Bannon says, referring to GAI’s president. Established in Tallahassee to study crony capitalism and governmental malfeasance, GAI has collaborated with such mainstream news outlets as Newsweek,ABC News, and CBS’s 60 Minutes on stories ranging from insider trading in Congress to credit card fraud among presidential campaigns. It’s essentially a mining operation for political scoops that now churns out books like Clinton Cash and Bush Bucks.
Read the rest of the story at Bloomberg.
Note: Michael R. Bloomberg is the founder of Bloomberg LP, the founder of Everytown for Gun Safety, a co-chair for the Mayors Against Illegal Guns, was a contributor for Americans for Responsible Solutions, the New York (NY) mayor, was a benefactor for the Harlem Children's Zone, and a donor for the Robin Hood Foundation.
George Soros was a benefactor for the Harlem Children's Zone, the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society, a contributor for the American Bridge 21st Century, a member of the Democracy Alliance, and William D. Zabel was his divorce lawyer.
Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the Harlem Children's Zone, the Robin Hood Foundation, and Human Rights First.
Everytown for Gun Safety is a “gun safety” group for guns.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns is a “gun safety” group for guns.
Americans for Responsible Solutions is a “gun safety” PAC for guns.
Robert McKay was a contributor for the American Bridge 21st Century, the chairman for the Democracy Alliance, and a director at the Foundation for National Progress.
Richard Melcher is a director at the Foundation for National Progress, and was the bureau chief for BusinessWeek.
Stephen J. Adler was an editor for BusinessWeek, and is a director at the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Norman Pearlstine is a director at the Committee to Protect Journalists, and was the chief content officer for Bloomberg LP.
Daniel L. Doctoroff was the president & CEO for Bloomberg LP, and is a director at Human Rights First.
William D. Zabel is the chair for Human Rights First, was George Soros’s divorce lawyer, and a trustee at the Foundation to Promote Open Society.
Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for Human Rights First, the Harlem Children's Zone, and the Robin Hood Foundation.
Michael R. Bloomberg was a benefactor for the Harlem Children's Zone, a donor for the Robin Hood Foundation, a contributor for Americans for Responsible Solutions, the New York (NY) mayor, is the founder of Everytown for Gun Safety, a co-chair for the Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and the founder of Bloomberg LP.
Posted by Sam and Bunny Sewell at 12:47 PM