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Nice gadget, if you can afford it

I wonder how it holds up in the field. I wonder how long its power supply lasts. I wonder how well it’s shielded from EMP.

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Friday Night at the Movies – Omega Doom

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Friday Night at the Real Revo Theater. We celebrate crossing the threshold into the weekend with an escape. We have traveled to many exotic places and times right here in this theater. It’s a great place to be for someone who discovers value in finding an escape where the destination has been selected by seasoned navigator.

Tonight our destination is quite otherworldly.

We are entering the world of Rutger Hauer.

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Friday Night Music Videos

The sounds and images in the music videos that follow serve as clues as to the nature of our Friday Night Flight…

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“Dennis Hof’s Moonlite Bunny Ranch launches ‘Hookers for Hillary’”

Maybe Hillary would put Bill in charge of selecting White House staff. Quality control. These ladies…

A Democrat might be thankful for this support.

Who is the woman in red in the back row on the far right. Some think it’s Chelsea. Momma would be proud.

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Nevada sex workers at Dennis Hof’s famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch have launched a “Hookers for Hillary” Clinton website that endorses the former secretary of state’s campaign for president.

The legal brothel near Carson City, which was the subject of HBO’s “Cathouse” series, has drafted a four-point platform explaining their endorsement.

From the Washington Times where there is more.

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Team Hillary preps for spontaneous, everyday American activity

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Tell Me There Isn’t A Connection:

Al Gore at SXSW: We Need to ‘Punish Climate-Change Deniers’”

Charleston WV Gazette:

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“Oil worker shot in Lincoln County”

A gas company employee was shot in Lincoln County on Monday afternoon, Chief Sheriff’s Deputy J.J. Napier said Tuesday.

A man dressed in camouflage with his face painted black approached Mark Miller, an employee with HG Energy LLC, on Joe’s Creek near Sod, Napier said.

“At that time he played Mr. Miller a recording that said ‘Stop the drilling’ and then stuck a gun through the window of the passenger side of the truck,” Napier said.

Miller told police he grabbed the gun, which fired, shooting him in the hand, Napier said.”

I’d have to say Mr. Miller saved his own life. He also gave us a lesson in self-defense.

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Welcome to Big Spring

KWES NewsWest 9 / Midland, Odessa, Big Spring, TX: newswest9.com |

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Photos from our Southern Border that President Bush promised to secure

I wonder what the next crop of Republican Candidates are going to promise.

ANSWER: Anything they think they have to.

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A Mainstream Media Source outside of the United States is actually carrying this story HERE

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Freaky Friday Follies

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I know that many in our Country may find the story that was at the top of Drudge last night, to which we have provided a link, to be quite alarming. I haven’t even read the whole thing and… well let’s just say that I find the title to our publication here on the Revo that brings you this news, to be quite appropriate. Why? What do I find so humorous here?

Here are some excerpts that may provide clues…

Army morale low despite 6-year, $287M optimism program.

“I rarely count on good things happening to me.”

In addition to low optimism and job satisfaction, more than half reported poor nutrition and sleep, and only 14% said they are eating right and getting enough rest.

“I’ve sat and looked at your numbers for quite some time and our team can’t figure out how your numbers came about.”

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Thanks Vlad

U.S. military and Embassy staff were too busy following the President’s Order to retreat that some other American Citizens got left behind.

The President and the State Department were too busy planning our surrender to Iran to attend to these trivial matters.

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Freaky Friday Photo Caption Contest

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Monkeys WILL fly out of my Butt when…

Hillary Clinton acknowledges and complies with THIS request.

Nothing else to add.

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$15.00 Can’t Fix Stupid

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This “Living Wage” / $15 per hour demand really drives me nuts. And I am yet to see a reporter call any of them out on the real issue.   I have this dialogue with my daughters all the time.  I keep the mantra simple so that it hopefully soaks in:

I cannot guarantee your success, but will do everything in my power to provide you with the tools you need to be successful.  The rest is up to you. I can, however, absolutely guarantee that you will have a much harder, much more stressful and much more difficult life if you

  1. Drop out of school
  2. Get pregnant young and/or out of wedlock
  3. Become addicted to drugs or alcohol
  4. Be convicted of a serious crime.

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Oathkeepers Supporting 5th Amendment In Grant’s Pass Oregon

Seems like the feds are – so far – handling this in a reasonable manner. This could easily spiral out of control, but all parties involved seem to be squared away, for the time being. We’re going to continue seeing these types of regional outbursts of resistance.

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) – Some local constitutional activists have gathered in southern Oregon to support gold miners in a dispute with the federal government.

The Grants Pass Daily Courier (here) reported that about a dozen people, some dressed in military gear and carrying guns, were milling about a rural property outside Grants Pass on Tuesday. A sign at the end of the driveway said they were the Josephine County Oath Keepers.

Group spokeswoman Mary Emerick says they also had people at the mining claim, located on federal land outside the community of Galice. She says they are defending constitutional rights.

“Our mission is simply to make sure that the mine owners constitutional, Fifth Amendment rights are in place- the right to due process,” she told the Mail Tribune newspaper in Medford. “If this resolves itself tomorrow, we’re ready to pack up and leave, but we’re prepared (for the long term).”

It was not immediately clear if the action would escalate.

U.S. Bureau of Land Management Medford District spokesman Jim Whittington said a crew looking for abandoned mine tunnels left over from the Gold Rush stumbled on the Suger Pine Mine claim late last year on federal land outside the historical mining community of Galice. Miners had posted a watchman to keep people out, built a cabin, put in a water line and cut down trees and were digging with a backhoe and a bulldozer.

Claim holders George Backes of Grants Pass and Rick Barclay of Applegate were formally notified to cease operations until they filed a plan of operations, required for major excavation, Whittington said. They could tear down the cabin and restore the site, or appeal the finding they are in non-compliance to the BLM state director or the Interior Board of Land Appeals.

Josephine County Sheriff Dave Daniel said in a statement that a deputy and a BLM ranger served the notice of non-compliance and forms to file an appeal on a claim holder Monday, and the Oath Keepers started providing private security at the claim.

Whittington said the agency was dealing with the dispute administratively and had no plans to send in law enforcement.

“We’re just trying to work through the issues and give people time to figure stuff out and come into compliance,” he told The Associated Press.

He added that the district geologist had heard from a lawyer representing the miners, who indicated they planned to appeal. They have 10 days to appeal.

“What country ever existed a century and a half without a rebellion? And what country can preserve it’s liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure.”

~Thomas Jefferson to William Stephens Smith, Paris, 13 Nov. 1787

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Am I the only one…

..that notices something wrong here?

From The BLAZE..

Houston Cops fatally shoot suspect..

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Now this isn’t about justified/unjustified use of force. This isn’t about oppression of a minority. This isn’t about Cops going off on yet another perceived “negro hunting expedition”.. Even though many of the comments take it that way..

No.. My question is this..

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Understand the language that is being spoken here

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I am seeing a pattern. Prime Minister Netanyahu is quoting a lot of Scripture lately. He has been very methodical in how he has laid out the case supporting the survival of Israel. Nary an idle word has been spoken. He has put the world on notice as to the consequences of the days we are living.

He is making a regular practice of quoting Scripture now. That is a language with multiple purposes. He is instilling resolve in the Israeli people. He is letting the world know in a subtle way the depth with which he views current affairs so that nobody will be surprised when Israel acts in a decisive manner that may include the use of nuclear weapons. He is making a public affirmation that there is a God in Israel. David did the same thing right before he went out and slayed Goliath.

Prime Minister Netanyahu quotes Isaiah.

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Obama: “Weapons Of War Have No Place On America’s Streets”

What reason could there possibly be for tyrannical, oppressive, domination of the citizenry like this?

The emerging police state looks like Gainsville, Florida but it’s beginning to feel like East Germany. Closer by the day…

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.Gov Spending By The Numbers – Happy Tax Day Suckers

If you have low blood pressure, click here.

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What a ridiculous waste of our sweat…

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DHS Needs 62 Million More .223 Rounds

Jacked from here... via Drudge.

The Department of Homeland Security is set to purchase over 62 million rounds of ammo typically used in AR-15 semi-automatic rifles, just weeks after the ATF was forced to back down on a ban on M855 bullets.

A posting on FedBizOpps.gov this week reveals that the DHS is looking to contract with a company to provide 12.6 million rounds of .223 Remington ammunition per year for a period of five years – totaling 62.5 million bullets.

The solicitation explains that the purchase is intended, “to achieve price savings over the current .223 Rem duty ammunition.” The bullets will be used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents nationwide for “training” purposes.

The .223 Remington is one of the most common rifle cartridges in use in the United States and is used both in bolt action rifles and semi-automatic rifles such as the AR-15 and the Ruger Mini-14.

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In 2013, following concerns about the DHS buying large quantities of several different types of ammunition, weapons manufacturers noted that the feds may have been attempting to control the ammunition market by forcing manufacturers to hold back stock from general sale.

“If they periodically do this in increments, they’re going to control how much ammo is available on the commercial market,” a weapons manufacturer told Michael Savage, adding that the contracts with bullet manufacturers stipulate that everything made goes to the government as the number one priority before it is allowed to enter the commercial market.

In March 2013, Californian Congressman Doug LaMalfa and 14 of his House peers wrote a letter to the Department of Homeland Security demanding to know why the federal agency was buying so many rounds of ammunition and whether the purchases were part of a deliberate attempt to restrict supply to the American people.

“The extraordinary level of ammunition purchases made by Homeland Security seems to have, in states such as my own, created an extreme shortage of ammunition to the point where many gun owners are unable to purchase any,” LaMalfa wrote in the letter.

The bulk purchase follows attempts by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to ban M855 ammo, another popular round for AR-15’s used by hunters. The ATF justified the ban by claiming that the bullets were “armor piercing” and a threat to law enforcement officers.

After being on the receiving end of a huge backlash, the feds were forced to back down and ATF director B. Todd Jones subsequently tendered his resignation. Democratic Congressman Steve Israel called the ATF backdown “cowardly” and vowed to revive the ban.

The ATF’s threat to ban the ammo temporarily caused prices of the bullet to surge more than double in price.

Although federal agencies are increasingly hiding their purchases by limiting public information on fbo.gov, it can still be conservatively estimated from available data that the feds have purchased at least 2.11 billion rounds of ammunition since April 2012:

Date Reported            Agency                 Amount                  Caliber       
April ’12 – Feb ’13           Various             2,000,000,000              Various
03/25/13                             DHS                      360,000                    .40 S&W
07/26/13                            NOAA                      72,000                     .40 S&W
07/26/13                            Army                     2,550,000                7.62x39mm
07/26/13                            Army                       425,000                 9x18mm Makarov
08/19/13                             TSA                       3,454,000                 .357 SIG
02/11/14                             DHS                        141,000                  .308 Remington
04/22/14                            DHS                     25,000,000                12 Gauge
05/22/14                            TSA                      24,000,000                .357 SIG
04/15/15                            DHS                     62,000,000                .223 Remington

TOTAL                                                      2,118,002,000

That’s enough ammo to kill around 30% of the world’s population.

Furthermore, U.S. soldiers were shooting around 5.5 million rounds of ammunition per month during the war in Iraq, or 66 million rounds annually. Using that figure, the feds have stockpiled enough ammo over the past two years to fight a 32-year war.

Click this link and look back at the .gov’s greatest hits in their build-up to war on America. Disarming Americans by any other means, is still an act of war tyranny.

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Another Turner Diaries Reader?

Another probe of Capitol City Defenses, this time from the air.

This was no accident, of course.

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The fighting Reid Brothers

I don’t think any of us here actually believed the “exercise equipment failure” story about the facial bruising that happened to Harry Reid over the New Year holiday.

The Truth is stranger than Fiction and it is HILARIOUS.

Of course we don’t KNOW this to be the Truth but the Truth always has a certain ring to it.

Ding-Ding the Ding-a-Ling in this case.

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Hill’s Dueling Headlines

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Everything the Veganazis and Environmentalists have told us is wrong…

Yeah.. We already knew that. But just to add further proof and another nail in the coffin I give you Allan Savory..

How adding livestock to the desert can reverse desertification and return the lands to being lush and productive again.

It’s not a one size fits all. It requires fine tuning for every specific landscape. But it works. And why should it be surprising? Man has done this for 10’s of thousands of years. And it wasn’t until we started artificially containing livestock and limiting their movements that much of this began.

The fact that Slate has a hit piece out about this just lends further credence to the fact that this guy is, and has been on to something..

But.. as usual. The “Well intentioned” leftists and environmentalists have brought about, and continue to bring, the kinds of devastation and destruction they warn will occur IF they aren’t allowed to meddle in things.

//pulls up soapbox and begins ranting…
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Simply embarrassing

I’ve got to wonder how long she’s going to work this. Then again, she’s a tough ole bird who has suffered a lot of public humiliation and keeps on going. Fueled by her ambition and lack of self-awareness, she pursues her dreams ignoring everything that is going on around her. You just don’t give up having come this far.

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As well as…

Double WOW

The only question I have regarding Hillary’s run is if the WWE will bring back Lexie Fyfe to work her character in the ring. That’s the only thing I would like to know regarding Hillary Clinton. I won’t Google it. I will start an e-mail campaign to the WWE demanding it.

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Interesting Experiment

At first glance this may seem a little outrageous. Then I look at the numbers, scratch my head and say, Hmmmm… Okay, it could be done.

Then I ask myself what company DOESN’T want their employees earning the kind of compensation that makes them happy? Happy employees are productive employees. Productive employees who are properly utilized more than pay for themselves.

My employer has a compensation plan that they sincerely hope will help their employees make much more money than this. It’s real simple. The program is called “Sell stuff and get paid”. They like cutting big paychecks.

I’ll be interested to see how this experiment works out.

There is a decent chance that productivity and earnings will go through the roof. There is also a decent chance that once their employees become comfortable they will become complacent. I suppose if their employer lays out a plan by which they achieve the goal income by way of their performance, all will be well with employer and employee.

The owner of this company may lose his ass before this is all over. Then again, he might be laughing all the way to the Bank with bigger earnings than he ever imagined. It sounds a little like a utopian workers paradise in a way. Properly structured it could be a money making machine. Isn’t that the way with everything?

I’ll be looking forward to seeing what this company is doing Two or Three Years from now.

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