Sunday February 25th – Open Thread

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL.

For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever and ever. Amen †

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162 Responses to Sunday February 25th – Open Thread

  1. citizen817 says:

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  2. Lucille says:

    Happy Equus Caballus Day…
    5 Horses You Won’t Believe Actually Exist!

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  3. Garrison Hall says:

    Have a blessed Sunday, Treepers. . .

    Liked by 13 people

  4. nwtex says:

    Video: Mother and daughter in a violent shootout with an armed robbery
    The women defends their store with their own guns, firing back at crook with a shotgun.
    3:00 | 02/24/18

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    • millwright says:

      Two very lucky ladies ! They violated one of the cardinal principles of armed CQ combat. If you have to shoot, you don’t shoot once or twice and assess, you shoot until the threat is neutralized then assess . It also proves how many pistol rounds a perp can absorb and continue to be a threat . Again, they were very lucky !

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      • nwtex says:

        I’m giving them an A+. 😉 Pretty darn good for two everyday type females. I’m pleased to hear that her only thought was “empty the gun….empty the gun.” Kudos ladies! YAY!

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      • nwtex says:

        “….It also proves how many pistol rounds a perp can absorb and continue to be a threat”

        Yeah, aint that the truth. Sheesh! Some ppl really just don’t understand.
        I “love” the ones that say…”why didn’t they just shoot in the leg”…… um okay.

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        • Bendix says:

          Right. The should be demanding that the trigger finger should be grazed just slightly, causing them to let go of the trigger. That should do it.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Especially if the skel’s high on meth or adrenaline, I can remember shootings where the shootee absorbed over twenty rounds and was only stopped by multiple shotgun hits.
          The ‘shoot ’em in the leg’ tag isn’t all bad, a good leg shot will bring a skel down as you can’t run on a broken leg regardless of how hopped up he is and there’s always the possibility of a femoral artery hit. There’s always the possibilty that your aggressor may be wearing body armor, an increasing problem.
          I can remember our jihadi briefs where we were told the Iraqi jihadists were increasingly using uppers to make them more aggressive and less susceptible to 5.56 hits, they’d frequently absorb a number of rounds and still be standing, so a leg shot to bring them down and slow them down for better follow-on shots was advisable. Sort of an icky topic but one that might be tucked away just in case the info is needed at some time.

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          • BigMamaTEA says:

            Thanks czar. Good info!

            Afternoon treeps…..

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            • czarowniczy says:

              BTW, perhaps a bit ‘out there’, but if you hold a book used for bullet protection at an angle it makes the book ‘thicker’ relastive to the bullrt’s path. Also,keeping your forearms between you and the shooter increases the ‘stuff’ a bullet must go thru before hitting your vital areas. Ever wonder why, besides some stability, cops use the modified Weaver stance in defensive pistol shooting?

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      • nwtex says:

        Sad thing is is that the Mother and daughter’s lives will never be the same. Hope they get some A+ counseling and have a good, strong and loving support system. This could haunt them forever. Sad

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      • Cisco says:

        Empty the gun, but make every round count.
        They fought back.

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      • Bendix says:

        Which explains why police don’t shoot someone “in the leg” in a shooting situation, as some of the public always demands.
        The notion that a bullet in the leg will stop someone in their tracks, or at least cause them to fall down, comes from too many cowboy movies and TV shows.

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    • amwick says:

      This video made the news… Bad guy got to a hospital and is in critical condition.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Lucille says:

    Blast from the past….

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  6. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    The Broward County Sheriff has his own Deputy Jihad on his team. For the past few years a local C.A.I.R. leader, Nezar Hamze, had been serving under Sheriff Israel as a Deputy.

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      • Lucille says:

        Thanks, Czar! Did you notice this other headline at Twitchy: “I said HOT DAMN! Ann Coulter shares the NRA’s proud history of fighting the KKK (cue Dem’s FLIP out)”

        Yeah I know Ann can be a bit of a pain on occasion but she’s totally right about this.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Thought I’d post this here so it has less chance
          of being buried in long threads.

          Was going through Sundance’s excellent “Tying the
          loose threads together”. One of the posters had a link
          regarding when Susan Rice was being proposed for
          her role in the administration. It was a litany of how
          much of a disaster things had been when she was in
          Africa. Rwanda…. a whole list of absolute disasters.

          And, I thought: “This is way familiar”.

          Recently, the same type of occurrence has happened
          in Florida thanks to Sheriff Israel and Superintendent
          Buncie. A few months back the scenario was helped
          along in Charlottesville by McAuliffe’s meddling. Go
          way back to 9/11, and you have Jamie Gorelick preventing
          the different departments from sharing terrorist information,
          by erecting “the firewall”. After Benghazi, all the survivors
          had to sign non disclosure statements. When Hillary
          was being investigated long before the email debacle,
          Comey was running interference. At roughly the same
          time David Brock suddenly changed from writing a book
          outlining all of Hillary’s misdeeds to creating a propaganda
          network defending her actions to the death.

          Downwind of these actions: Could 9/11 be prevented if
          intel was shared? Could Europe have avoided being
          over run if Syria had not been destablized after Benghazi?
          Would we have not had big clamoring for gun control
          after the Boston Marathon, The Oasis nightclub, Sandy
          Hook, and the current Florida massacre, if they followed
          the intel and prevented the perps from going forward?

          Since in all of these case forwarnings were disregarded,
          and since they all happened in a relatively small time frame,
          and since the end result was the big boy’s approved narrative,
          then one has to think that what occurred after the initial seeming
          snafus was the desired end result.

          It all boils down to this. “This” includes what is occurring with
          the smear that the Steele dossier was used for. All of these
          persons involved invariably created the set up for or constructed
          themselves the cover story. Powers with the Benghazi video,
          Comey and Brock with their excuse, deflections, demonizations
          against Hillary’s actions. Mueller with his various nefariousness
          during the same time. Rice with looking the other way in Africa.
          Won’t even talk about Gorelick.

          What are all these persons worth after creating or helping create
          cover stories? Rice: 50 million. Comey 10 million or so, give or
          take. David Brock: Afraid to look. Meuller: wealthy. Jamie Gorelick:
          40 million bonus, comparable to what Franklin Raines got for helping
          run Fannie Mae/ Freddie Mac into the ground. Notice a pattern?

          People help create a disaster by preventing it from being addressed.
          Instead of being fired, investigated, indicted, incarcerated, something
          else happens. They trip into another job afterwards, with compensation
          as unlikely as Hillary hitting it big on cattle futures.

          Sundance’s plate is full. If anyone else is interested in this reply to
          this posting. The chicken: someone enables disaster to happen
          by either looking the other way, bad mouthing those who see what’s
          coming, or creating a false narrative. The egg: countries are destablized,
          cultural genocide occurs where refugees are sent, or outcries are
          created to prevent existing populations from defending themselves
          from what’s coming down the road.

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  7. Hello Precious Treepers, (this is a copy/paste from the Prayer Request page, fyi)
    Just wanted to share that Brandon is doing pretty well now a day & a half since surgery. He slept poorly & in pain last night but seems to be settling down better tonight. He’s had a number of visitors who have brought food gifts & fellowship & he’s increased his energy when they have been present. When it’s just us who live here he’s fairly low-key & trying to rest, hopefully more comfortably than last night. Thanks, again, so much for praying for him! Blessings, Valerie

    PS If you want more details on his surgery &/or what’s happening with Josiah I’ve posted a more comprehensive “update” here:
    It’s under Journal Updates & called “On Brandon & Beyond”
    God Bless YOU ALL!!!

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  8. Hey Treepers,
    I just wanted to share an example of my son Brandon’s writings (from his Facebook page) that show how he sometimes engages the culture as a warrior for Christ & Conservatism. He & his twin brother Josiah continue to do Kingdom work in their own unique ways. We are so thankful that each of our kids, aged 20-24, are strong Christians who boldly proclaim The Truth!

    Thanks to so many of you who prayed for Brandon’s surgery & for those of you who continue to lift him, Josiah, & our family to the Throne of Grace–Blessings!

    By the way, Brandon wrote the below post just a few hours after his surgery, operating as a literal wounded warrior! He was engaging some of his online/facebook friends in what he anticipated would become a lively debate, especially since the recent Florida school shooting…

    “Brandon Curren
    February 23 at 11:48pm ·
    1. Guns exist; this likely will never change.

    2. Legal gun purchasing does need scrutiny, and differs from state to state. The mental state of those purchasing guns is an incredibly relevant subject.

    3. Removing firearms from law-abiding citizens will not prevent law breakers from obtaining weapons. Halting legal firearm sales entirely would stop any one from legally obtaining a firearm – including the mentally impaired/questionable – but would conversely halt the ability of law-abiding citizens to defend against those that purchase firearms illegally, and thus is not a feasible solution. It is true that when seconds count, the police are minutes away, whether in one’s home or at one’s school.

    4. Gun free zones are the largest targets for mass shooters and are clearly becoming failed experiments on gun control. These deserve renewed legislative attention at the very least.

    5. Teachers need to reevaluate their positions on authorities having firearms in schools: not all teachers can or should be forced to carry, but they can be required to learn proper safety, handling, and protection regarding firearms. Those staff both willing and most able to carry and protect should be identified.

    6. The statistic of 18 school shootings since the new year is referring to gun discharges on school property and is largely misrepresentative of the number of mass shootings.

    7. The debate on gun violence should in no way disparage the victims or stand in the place of mourning for losses of life or limb that have most unfortunately taken place within our borders. Just because one respects the 2nd Amendment and exercises their right to lawfully own a firearm is no excuse to harass those that are uncomfortable -and rightly so – with firearms.

    8. Plastering any shooter’s face and name all over the media is feeding into their desire for attention and – I believe – is more likely to serve as a motivator for future gunmen and women.

    9. The presence of a gun does not illegitimize a shooter’s culpability and responsibility in a shooting, and they would be no more culpable than if they had used explosives, throwing knives, airplanes, etc. This also does not remove the fact that a gun was used and it rightly ignites questions surrounding firearm usage and safety in America.

    10. The presence of a violent culture also does not give someone a pass to murder waves of fellow peoples, but it must be taken into account. Physician-assisted suicide, abortion (especially late- or post-term), euthanasia, violent and gory entertainment, have resulted in a desensitization and lack of sanctity of life in its various human forms. The constant American barrage on numerous forms of traditional and religious morality has conveyed that “what’s not right for me can still be right for you, so you do you.” This is fallacious, especially when applied to a mass shooter.

    11. I firmly believe that most people on all sides of the gun debate are arguing over the best way to defend America’s youth and streets from danger and bitter sorrow. Hopefully we can all agree on the horrid, tragic, reprehensible, and downright evil of the mass shootings we’ve observed.”

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  9. nimrodman says:

    Hey, I’m just sayin’ …


  10. smiley says:

    The Poppy Field


    (not dated)

    Willard L. Metcalf ~ American (b. 1858, Mass- d. 1925, NYC)~ Impressionist ~ Landscapes (New England)

    “paint what you see and forget your theories.”


    interesting commentary & more of his art, here…

    and here he is painting “en plein air” during a New England winter..

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  11. Troublemaker10 says:

    Interesting fallout from all the “everyone’s a sexist” movement.

    I don’t think the feminists were attacking her personally as much as they were attacking the Hollywood image pressure…and how men can be men, but women have to look sexy.

    I normally wouldn’t have thought any thing about this photo (as a woman). However, when they point out that all the men are in heavy winter coats…..and she’s in a skimpy revealing dress…no coat….

    It does make you wonder why? And, I never wondered that before.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Why? Because she liked the dress. She said so.

      While giving a brush-back pitch to all the fretting “feminists” needlessly clutching pearls of concern, supposedly on her behalf.

      You know, the ones who used to say women should wear whatever they want? She was wearing whatever she wanted. Which was that dress.

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    • Watched Black Panther last night. One of the previews was an Amy Shumer* movie. The premise of the movie was attractive women are bitc**s and she isn’t attractive which males her “sexy”.

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    • Bendix says:

      I would add to that, why is it that the typical route for young actresses to rise to the top involves being naked on film?
      Why are young women singled out to be naked?
      Everyone takes their clothes off at some point.
      I find it bothersome, on some level, when on the “news” programs, male reporters are in a suit and tie, while the women are often in sleeveless dresses in the middle of winter, even, and the local female reporters wear what I would call party clothes.
      To me, it sends a subtle message that men are to be taken more seriously.
      This woman’s career took off due to being palsy with some big deal corporatist types, so she’s the wrong one to discuss any feminist type issues with anyway.

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      • Tegan says:

        Bendix….I have always said that you need to dress as you want to be perceived and/or treated. That goes for teachers at any level, any so-called “professional” such as real estate, beauty services, sales people, attorneys in court appearances, etc. I fully agree about the cocktail attire for women news anchors or talk show hosts.

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  12. Dora says:

    Everett Longley Warner – ‘Tenements and Towers on a Rainy Night in New York City’ (1912)

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  13. Dora says:

    Oh how pretty! It’s such a good feeling to know that spring is coming soon.

    Not much growing near me yet. I haven’t even seen any crocuses. I’m not worried. They will probably show themselves in a week or so.

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  14. getfitnow says:

    I love this line Clarice quotes in her Cliff Notes:

    “Trump’s superpower is his ability, just by existing, to bring out the deep and pervasive rot in America’s institutions and the people who run them.”

    Liked by 8 people

  15. duchess01 says:

    Verse of the Day

    “Grace and peace be multiplied unto you through the knowledge of God, and of Jesus our Lord,”
    2 Peter 1:2 (KJV)

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  16. duchess01 says:

    Thank You, Jesus, for blessings received and prayers answered!

    Liked by 8 people

  17. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ infidels!

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  18. JohnP says:

    Just my prediction – ruining the Olympics is going to ruin NBC.

    Example – the Sochi Winter Olympics –
    NBC paid $775 million for the broadcast rights. Their GROSS profits were $781.2 million. Subtract from the gross the $100 million that Reuters estimates they spent on their production costs for 2400 hours and they lost big. Of course they won’t ever admit it.

    NBC “owns” the broadcast rights for the Olympics though 2032 and the audience for the 2018 Winter games dropped 10%.

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    • Lucille says:

      “Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat said on Twitter it was illogical to expect that church-owned commercial property, including hotels and retail businesses, would continue to enjoy tax-exempt status.”

      Israel makes its own policy just as the U.S. does, of course. Personally, I do NOT believe in tax exempt status for religious organizations except that land/building of an actual church, convent, retreat, school, seminary, etc. used specifically for religious and religious education/training purposes.


  19. duchess01 says:

    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2018


  20. F.D.R. in Hell says:

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  21. nikkichico7 says:

    Matthew 22:37-39 New American Standard Bible (NASB)
    37 And He said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the great and [a]foremost commandment. 39 The second is like it, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’


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  22. Interesting article on Drudge. It could be blown out of proportion to make for a good headline

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  23. Dora says:

    ‘Loneliest tree’ records human epoch

    t’s been dubbed “the loneliest tree on the planet” because of its remote location, but the Sitka spruce might represent something quite profound about the age in which we live.

    The tree, sited on Campbell Island in the Southern Ocean, records in its wood a clear radioactive trace from the A-bomb tests of the 1950s and 60s.

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  24. georgiafl says:

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  25. SouthCentralPA says:

    Longtime Treepers will remember an episode of PBS’s “Frontline” entitled “Immigration Battle” (embedded in which, in the course of trying to paint a sympathetic portrait of those trying to engineer amnesty, inadvertently confirmed a lot of our suspicions of some of the machinations behind it.

    [And speaking of “Immigration Battle”, I think Mulvaney at OMB has turned out to be another master-stroke by the President. Mulvaney was always a budget hawk, but an immigration squish, so PDJT used him in a way that utilized the first while neutralizing the second. Speaking as someone who was not a big fan of Trump prior to his election, I have been consistently impressed by him as POTUS. If I understood Mulvaney’s comments around the time of the budget deal correctly, that the administration is planning on spending (other than defense) at levels below what Congress appropriated, that would be genius]

    Having been reading through the book “Harpoon” (a fairly interesting portrait of the Israeli war against terror finance), I would urge everyone to try and catch the second half of “Bitter Rivals”, which is a Frontline report about the conflicts between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and Sunnis/Shi’ites generally. Last week’s Part One covered from the overthrow of the Shah to about Gulf War One. Part Two (this week’s installment) should cover things up to roughly the present, and it will be interesting to see if they inadvertently release some crumbs about how the previous administration almost always seemed to have their thumb on the scales in favor of the Shi’ites (in darker moments it’s easy to imagine the jug-eared non-entity and/or his Iranian-born privy adviser were secret Shia muslims, but probably they were just so obsessed with their monstrously ill-conceived “Iran deal”), such as being willing to assassinate the “financial minister” of ISIS while giving Hezballah a pass on cocaine smuggling and money laundering, and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt against the wishes of the Egyptian people.

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  26. duchess01 says:

    February 24, 2018
    As ‘Snowflake Generation’ Backfires, ‘Pistol Packing Pastor’ Shows Americans How To Take Back Nation’s Schools!

    This Private School Trains ‘Pastors Warriors’ To Swarm An Active Shooter

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  27. Sepp says:

    The first Sunday in the period of Great Lent in the Orthodox Church is commemorated as the Sunday of Orthodoxy. It is also known as the Triumph of Orthodoxy.

    The event marked on this day is the Church’s reaffirmation (several centuries ago in the Seventh Œcumenical Synod and a subsequent synod) of the proper role of Iconography in the lives of Christians and the rejection of the Iconoclastic heresy.

    The late Dr. Constantine Cavarnos was a prolific writer in English and in Greek. (He was fluent in several forms of the Greek language.) Some of his writings on Icons and their functions in the Church are available online besides, of course, being available as printed books.

    Also, Saint John of Damascus preceded Dr. Cavarnos by several centuries in his defense of Icons.

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  28. czarowniczy says:

    I’m wondering how many people are looking at the potential for abuse of the proposed ‘deep background checks’ on gun buyers? Most folks, especially liberals and the anti-gun crowd, applaud the move – mental health and all – but what they don’t realize is that as everyone is a potential buyer everyone’s full medical records will be thrown wide open to the Federal; and, potentially, the states’ governments.
    Parts of the Federal government can already scan medical records without accessing the records’ identifying data (cough, cough) for data and the intelligence agencies and LEA can access them withjout a warrant for national security and presidential protection reasons without a warrant. And yes, the FBI can easily access them with a FISA (another source of income for Chris Steele).
    So with a law requiring a deep and comprehensive background check the Feds would have total access to the medical records of everyone, they could scan the billing and diagnosis codes for a range of conditions they could use to deny a purchase. Hmmmmmm – ADHD as a child? A referral for depression even if none is found? One of my liberal doc favorites: anger management? Let’s move on to the ICD codes for physical conditions. Got arthritis of the hand and they thnk you may just not be able to safely operate a gun? How about any arthritis in any joints south of the equator and thery think you might not be able to safely assume a shooting stance? Wear glasses? Fallback is getting a doctor to attest over his signature that you are completely medically capable of owning and operating a gun – good luck with that one.
    Feds instituted a halfassed plan to make medical records accessable by medical personnel anywhere in the US for the patient’s safety and comfort were she/he in need of treatment away from home. That’s been ongoing for over a decade now and still doesn’t work so there’s a new bill out that would require everyones’ digital records stored in a central location manned by the Feds – again for your safety and comfort – so that the doctors can access them from anywhere, sound familiar? Of course the other advantage here is that the Feds could comb these records and make personal files of everyone and what conditions they have and what meds they take…again for your safety and comfort. Also, where there is some whimpy requirement for the record holder to at some unstated time after the records release (it can be weeks to months) the Feds can sort thru their records data banks without having to do so.
    The Feds do nothing for you that doesn’t first benefit them and this ‘inclusive/deep’ records check is just another hidden justification to get that ‘all inclusive’ databank on US citizens. It’s double edged as if you are against it for privacy reasons you’ll get that ‘you’re a paranoid antigovernment nut’ reply (might end up on your med records) or that you are against saving children and the elderly from attacks by gun-crazed, Southern redneck, Republican NRA members. But when that ATF agent calls you up wanting to know why you bought two handguns within six m,onths and, in the course of the conversation, asks you how that jock itch is going, don’t come crying to me.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Totally agree czar. The online medical records thing, is a disaster waiting to happen!


      • czarowniczy says:

        Already some 90-million at least hasve been stole. Feds do not require a notification if fewer bthan a stated amount are stolen so large thefts can be broken into smaller events to hide the theft – another backdoor built into a Fed regulation.

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  29. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Remember back in the day when the main question going into an Olympics was who would come out on top of the medals count, the USA or USSR. This year neither was even in the top 3.


  30. duchess01 says:

    Teacher Demolishes Official Story, Florida School Shooting Carried Out by Commando in Full Body Gear

    Teacher grazed by Parkland shooter’s bullet: ‘Shooter was in full metal garb, helmet, face mask, bulletproof armor, shooting this rifle I’ve never seen before’

    How does the purported shooter exit his Uber ride, put on full body dress, helmet, assemble his rifle, load it and start firing at targets within two minutes?

    By Shepard Ambellas


    • Lucille says:

      IF THIS STORY IS TRUE, then the killer could easily have stashed all necessary items on school premises prior to committing the atrocity.

      I do hope various websites won’t try to make the murder of 17 students into another conspiracy theory just to fulfill their click quota.

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      • duchess01 says:

        They don’t have to try to take this murder into another conspiracy – there is enough blame to go around – was it a drill – were the students told the police had blanks in their guns – why did the Broward County police officers stand down – why was their ‘scripted’ coverage on CNN – why did they change what an ROTC student wrote – from where did the claim there was more than one shooter come – too many questions – not enough answers –

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  31. youme says:

    Money & Speed: Inside the Black Box is a thriller based on actual events that takes you to the heart of our automated world. Based on interviews with those directly involved and data visualizations up to the millisecond, it reconstructs the flash crash of May 6th 2010: the fastest and deepest U.S. stock market plunge ever.


  32. Dora says:


  33. Harry Lime says:

    TEST (to see if my image posts)

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  34. auscitizenmom says:

    lilbirdee12’s prayer:

    Our Heavenly Father, Your children come to you tonight to ask for healing and peace throughout our country so that we may return to being One Nation Under God. Guide us to be leaders in Your Kingdom, spreading Your Love and Salvation to all. Forgive us our sins and deliver us from evil.

    Lord, we ask for a blanket of protection over all our troops and law enforcement who serve to defend and protect us. Bless our representatives with the strength and wisdom they need to achieve the path You have chosen for us.

    Please place Your Guardian Angels of Protection around Donald Trump and Mike Pence and their families as they seek to lead America back to You.

    Grant us patience, Lord, as the evil ones try to anger us and cause us to fall.
    Spread blessings over Israel and Netanyahu.

    We humbly ask that You please comfort those who are grieving and in pain.
    Thank you Father, for Your Love and the gift of Life.

    In Jesus name, we pray. Amen.

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  35. pattyloo says:

    drudge has a link to a vanityfair article by monica lewinsky. i read maybe 500 words, and then noticed how long it was – no way i could get through that. at the bottom, it says she is a contributing editor for vanityfair. seems surprising since she exposed clinton’s weakness, and i think they are a liberal rag, right? but, as far as i got in the article, it seemed like she was claiming victim status, and it was the evil Ken Starr who brought down Clinton. maybe they are using her to rewrite history.


  36. Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

    Golden Retriever Insists on Holding New Owner’s Hand
    This sweet golden retriever from Tennessee, who was recently rescued from a shelter after her original owner passed away, gently requests to hold hands with her new human as they drive to her new forever home.


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