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Friday Night at the Movies

Welcome to the Friday Night Movie and another glorious weekend. Tonight I’m packing my bags for Germany and I have to be brief. I found what looks like a pretty cool movie. It’s got a catchy title and the story takes place in Iowa. The title of the movie and it’s storyline location seem related. It looks pretty cool.

Enjoy…

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Robbery in Kansas City

The Jimmy John’s clerk stayed calm and did the right thing. That said, he could have probably disarmed the thug. Can you see why?

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Reporting Aliens to the Feds

No, wrong alien.

On Wednesday morning, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency unveiled an office called VOICE (Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement) dedicated to “the needs of crime victims and their families who have been impacted by crimes committed by removable criminal aliens.”

By Thursday, VOICE’s most prominent feature—a hotline through which people can call to learn, among other things, “additional criminal or immigration history may be available about an alien to victims or their families”—was swamped with prank calls reporting illegal aliens. As in alien aliens. And judging by the enraged email that ICE sent me when I asked for comment, the agency is supremely pissed off about it.

Yes, calling a government hotline to report space aliens is immature and stupid. I seem to recall similar trolling from conservatives, however, when Obama set up his “Attack Watch” hotline.

Look at it this way, the Chinese and Russians don’t troll and prank their governments. That is something only free people can get away with.

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Korea destroyed America

The cause of America’s destruction

Nope. Not by the Norks.

America has been “left destroyed” and the cause of the destruction is trade with South Korea. According to the president, Samsung phones, Hyundais and LG dishwashers have destroyed this country.

President Trump threatened to terminate the U.S. trade agreement with South Korea in an interview Thursday night, declaring that the five-year-old accord with a key ally was “a horrible deal” that has left America ­“destroyed.”

During an Oval Office interview about trade policy in North America, Trump served notice that he is looking to disrupt an important partnership in the tumultuous Asia-Pacific region as well — even with Seoul on edge because of North Korea’s escalating military provocations.

Trump sharply criticized the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, known as Korus, the latest version of which was ratified in 2011.

Is there no nation in which trade is good for America?

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Freaky Friday Follies

Y’all thought I was joking but it looks as if some Kayfabe is in motion…

 

Mark my words; The Rock will run for President one day and he will probably win.

Dwayne Johnson to make the cover of National Review.

A companion publication…

Dwayne Johnson rocks the new Hollywood.

One day everyone here will realize that Professional Wrestling actually rules the World.

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Freaky Friday Photo Caption Contest

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ESPN – The Extra Stupid Poetry Network

They deserve to fail…

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Well, these experts are correct…

Abortion is no different than killing babies. In fact they are identical acts. The conclusion of the ‘experts’ as to the implications of this, however, is exactly wrong.

These people are “medical ethicists” in exactly the same way Josef Mengele was a ‘medical ethicist’.

More of this evil here.

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The UN: Delusions of Authority

This sort of clown show is why the UN is ridiculed.

The United Nations warned the Trump administration earlier this year that repealing ObamaCare without providing an adequate replacement would be a violation of multiple international laws, according to a new report.

Though the Trump administration is likely to ignore the U.N. warning, The Washington Post reported the Office of the U.N. High Commission on Human Rights in Geneva sent an “urgent appeal” on Feb 2.

The Post reported that the confidential, five-page memo cautioned that the repeal of the Affordable Care Act would put the U.S. “at odds with its international obligations.”

The warning was sent to the State Department and reportedly said the U.N. expressed “serious concern” about the prospective loss of health coverage for 30 million people, that in turn could violate “the right to social security of the people in the United States.”

Yeah. Right. Whatever. More here.

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The last great Battle of the Korean War?

It definitely seems as if that is what is being planned.

Interesting meeting. When an Enemy threatens to turn your Country into ashes and is on the path toward gaining the ability to do it, they can no longer be ignored. Maybe the Korean War will soon come to a conclusive end. I know, that was crazy talk.

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Not at this time

President Trump says that he has no plan to pull out of NAFTA at this time.

We now take you back to your regularly scheduled program, the Korean War.

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Nuclear War Survival Tips from NBC

Seriously.

I’m assuming that they haven’t done anything remotely similar to this since the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Now I’m wondering when was the last time that they have actually been concerned with public safety. Once again, probably during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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White House prepares to withdraw from NAFTA

So, what then? He only keeps the full retard promises?

The Trump administration is considering an executive order on withdrawing the U.S. from NAFTA, according to two White House officials.

A draft order has been submitted for the final stages of review and could be unveiled late this week or early next week, the officials said. The effort, which still could change in the coming days as more officials weigh in, would indicate the administration’s intent to withdraw from the sweeping pact by triggering the timeline set forth in the deal.

The approach appears designed to extract better terms with Canada and Mexico. President Donald Trump pledged on the campaign trail to renegotiate NAFTA, a trade deal signed in 1994 by former President Bill Clinton that removes tariffs and allows for the free flow of goods and services between the three countries in North America. Trump in recent weeks has stepped up his rhetoric vowing to terminate the agreement altogether.

I guess I forgot we elected socialist Bernie Sanders.

Seriously: This will be the stupidest act of any American president in generations.

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The Tragedy of the Commons

What is the tragedy of the commons?

“The tragedy of the commons is an economic theory of a situation within a shared-resource system where individual users acting independently according to their own self-interest behave contrary to the common good of all users by depleting or spoiling that resource through their collective action.”

If you paid for the pasture, you will take care of it and make sure it isn’t over-grazed. If everybody uses the pasture for free, you know you have to get your sheep grazing before everybody else does. Everybody else knows that too and, therefore, it is certain that the pasture will be over-grazed and destroyed.

The tragedy of the commons occurs because free goods are overused goods and because the free goods are scarce, they are overused immediately.

What do administrators do to keep the commons free but prevent the tragedy? They ration the pasture. If something is free, one way or another, it will be rationed.

Witness rationing in the UK.

NHS bosses are planning a massive expansion of the controversial rationing that forces smokers and obese patients to wait months in pain before they can have surgery, a leaked letter reveals.

The move will see local NHS bodies across England implement restrictions on access to treatment that will hit what doctors’ leaders believe will be tens of thousands of patients.

The plan is disclosed in a letter sent on 15 March by Dr David Black, NHS England’s medical director for Yorkshire and the Humber, to Rotherham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). In it, he praises the GP-led group that controls the NHS budget for treating the town’s residents for introducing what critics call “lifestyle rationing”, which compels dangerously overweight patients or those who smoke to wait for hip or knee surgery. “We are very supportive of your work to best manage resources for the benefit of all patients and understand that this may mean that difficult decisions need to be made,” Black wrote.

a) You can have free health care.
b) You can have quality health care.
c) You can have available health care.

Pick two.

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Three’s Company

Come and knock on our door… (Come and knock on our door)
We’ve been waiting for you…. (We’ve been waiting for you)
Where the kisses are hers and hers and his,
Three’s company too.

A married couple with three children are filing for divorce so their shared girlfriend won’t feel left out.

Cristina and Benno Kaiser have been married 12 years and are in an open relationship with 21-year-old Sierra Kuntz. By divorcing and one of them then marrying Kuntz, they plan to give her legal rights to the children.

Why do they need to get divorced first? Not sure why polygamy isn’t a right protected by the Constitution. We were told Love is love. We were told If you love someone, then it is your right to marry that person. Government shouldn’t be able to tell you who you can and cannot love. Polygamy is a basic civil right. It would be a victory for their children, families would be recognized as equal to any other. It would be a victory for the allies and friends and supporters who spent years, even decades, working and praying for change to come.

If love is love, then a ruling making polygamy Constitutional would be a victory for America. The decision would affirm what millions of Americans already believe in their hearts: when all Americans are treated as equal we are all more free. All Americans are entitled to the equal protection of the law. All people should be treated equally, regardless of who they are or who they love. Why do Americans still face legal discrimination simply for who, or how many, they love?

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More of the same

Because obviously it is unconstitutional for the President or the Attorney General to enforce the existing Laws of the Land.

The Deep State will preserve itself at all times and in all cases.

I am looking forward to how this will be remedied.

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A part of the Iranian Nuclear Arms Deal that Obama never told anybody about

Yeah, I know. Nobody is interested in this anymore. The Country has moved on to the next… whatever it is.

Only someone with grave malicious intent toward the United States would do something like this.

Just another example of how President Obama provided aid, comfort, support and sanctuary to an Enemy of the United States. Oh, I get it. We aren’t at War with Iran. I am fully aware of that. I am also fully aware of the fact that they have been at War with us since October 23rd 1983.

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Trump Admin continues to support birth control mandate

The Little Sisters of the Poor aren’t off the hook yet.

President Donald Trump promised religious groups he would reverse the Obama administration’s requirement that employers provide birth control to their employees under the Affordable Care Act.

But his Justice Department indicated Monday that it’s continuing to fight religious groups who are suing over the contraception mandate.

The Justice Department has asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for an additional 60 days to negotiate with East Texas Baptist University and several other religious schools and nonprofit groups objecting to a requirement to which they are morally opposed.

Several religious groups are dismayed and confused by the Trump administration’s move, including the Little Sisters of the Poor — a group of nuns — that fought the mandate for several years but expected an immediate reprieve under the GOP president. They believed either the Justice Department would halt its appeal in the case or the administration would seek a rules change from the Department of Health and Human Services.

Trump promised during the campaign that he’d side with the mandate’s opponents, indicating to Catholic leaders that as president he would ensure the requirement was lifted.

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A serious question for anyone who knows or pretends to know

We all know that Muslims have religious rules that forbid them from having contact with Swine’s Flesh.

What happens to Jihadis who allow themselves to be killed in this manner?

 

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Actually, this explains a lot of what is going on….

Big government is back.

As Congress faces an April 28 deadline to fund government operations, the public is now split in their general preferences on the size and scope of government: 48% say they would rather have a bigger government providing more services, while 45% prefer a smaller government providing fewer services.

This marks the first time in eight years that as many Americans have expressed a preference for a bigger as a smaller government. Support for bigger government has increased 7 percentage points since last September, when more said they preferred a smaller government offering fewer services (50%) than a bigger government providing more services (41%). The last time the public was divided on this question was in October 2008, just prior to the election of Barack Obama.

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Leftists break down the doors at the Heritage Foundation

The Heritage Foundation isn’t government. It is a think tank. These idiots are actually attacking people for what they consider to be thought crimes.

Protesters demanding a “budget for the people” stormed the offices of the conservative Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.

The Twitter account “People’s Action” tweeted out videos of protesters entering the building and chanting “shut it down!”

The protesters stated their opposition to priorities in President Trump’s budget, which they said “will hurt our communities,” and they railed against Heritage as being Trump’s think tank.

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Instant Karma

Instant response from university police. Antifa tools claim self-defense.

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Saudi Arabia elected to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

No. Seriously. It’s true.

Saudi Arabia was recently elected to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, provoking backlash from human rights organizations.

The Gulf state became the 45th country to sit on the UN panel tasked with promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women across the globe. UN Watch, a nongovernmental watchdog that monitors the United Nations, called the election “absurd.”

“Every Saudi woman must have a male guardian who makes all critical decisions on her behalf, controlling a woman’s life from her birth until death,” Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch, said in a statement released Saturday. “Saudi Arabia also bans women from driving cars.”

In other news, Wile E. Coyote was elected to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Road Runners.

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How government distorts climate data

From the Wall Street Journal…

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Trump backs away from demanding funding for wall

In so doing, helps prevent a government shutdown showdown.

President Donald Trump stepped back Monday from demanding a down payment for his border wall in must-past spending legislation, potentially removing a major obstacle to a bipartisan deal just days ahead of a government shutdown deadline.

Trump told a gathering of around 20 conservative media reporters Monday evening that he would be willing to return to the wall funding issue in September, according to two people who were in the room. They spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the get-together, which was not originally intended to be on the record.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York, who has a key role providing Democratic votes to pass the legislation, welcomed Trump’s reported shift on the wall.

“It’s good for the country that President Trump is taking the wall off the table in these negotiations,” Schumer said late Monday. “Now the bipartisan and bicameral negotiators can continue working on the outstanding issues.”

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