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Alias - HABanero(passion) E-9-1-1(career, retired telco engineering) HHC 3rd Bde, 2nd Inf Div, Korea DMZ HHC 197th Bde, 3rd Army, Ft. Benning Ga

Journal Archives

Fulfilling the promises of DJT


Nutsack Militia arrives in Charlottesville?


and others


Between Kaepernick and brain rot, boycott the NFL

This is the first year that I can honestly say that Iím not excited about the upcoming NFL season. I wonít watch it, support it or pay any attention to it. Itís not that I lost interest in the sport. I love football. But the NFL has been going above and beyond to show how racist they are as an organization. As if the dearth of minority owners and small number of black coaches ó not to mention having a team called the Redskins ó isnít bad enough, Colin Kaepernick still doesnít have a job.

He didnít murder dogs like Michael Vick, who was able to be reinstated and has also criticized Kaepernick by saying ďfirst thing weíve got to get Colin to do is cut his hair.Ē Kapís hair doesnít matter; he has a better rating (QBR) than 20 starting quarterbacks currently preparing for the 2017-2018 season. Kaepernick was also never involved in a murder like Ray Lewis, who also criticized him by hopping on Undisputed and saying that he disagreed with Kapís silent, peaceful protest. Kaepernick stood up against our racist law enforcement and criminal justice systems by taking a knee during the National Anthem ó along with donating a million dollars to various charities ó and heís paying the ultimate price.


The Trump administration's alternative Christianity

Evangelicals have never had it so good, politically speaking.

Since President Trump took office in January, the White House has become a Christian roundtable, with just about every top-tier seat filled by a faithful member of the fold or someone who is happy to further the foldís agenda.

The lineup of believers who are in positions of power is truly dizzying. Betsy DeVos, who leads the Department of Education, has stated that her goal as a public servant is to ďadvance Godís kingdom.Ē Secretary of Energy Rick Perry employed mass prayer as a means of addressing social problems when he was governor of Texas. Ben Carson, secretary of Housing and Urban Development, believes that the theory of evolution was encouraged by the devil.

It doesnít stop there. Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions has said that people who donít believe in God canít be truthful. Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency chief, is a devout Baptist who denies that climate change is real. Mike Pompeo, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, is an evangelical who opposes abortion even in cases of rape. The presidentís attorney, Jay Sekulow, another evangelical, has defended school prayer at the Supreme Court, and Trumpís spiritual advisor, Paula White, is a Pentecostal televangelist who teaches that if people give her church thousands of dollars, God will reward them with favors. Vice President Mike Pence might be the most piously anti-gay politician in America.


Something Trump could have learned if he had guts enough to serve

A military lesson for @realdonaldtrump from a veteran

Never point a gun unless you intend to shoot, never shoot unless you intend to kill


Belafonte On Kaepernick:

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The End for Kelly?


Baby don't like being upstaged

Ambassador Haley Loses Two Key Aides at United Nations

Chief of staff and communications director both resigned



Secret Service spends $13,500 on golf cart rentals

for President Trump's Bedminster trip

President Trump insists he's on a "working vacation," but that hasn't stopped the Secret Service from spending $13,500 on golf cart rentals ahead of this go-round in Bedminster, N.J.

A purchase order, pulled by progressive super PAC American Bridge and reviewed by USA TODAY, showed the agency signed the golf cart rental contract last week, the day before the president left for his 17-day vacation up at Trump National Golf Club.

The New York vendor providing the golf carts to the Secret Service has daily, weekly and month rental rates. Weekly rates range from $500 to $900 a cart, depending on the model and monthly rates range from $750 to $1,200 a cart.

The agency also signed two rental contracts with the same company in June, each worth $5,400.


One difference between North and South Korea


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