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ORIGINAL – Please Move The Deer Crossing Sign. {Video)

ORIGINAL – Please Move The Deer Crossing Sign.

Published on Oct 17, 2012

This audio original and full clip from Y94 Playhouse Fargo, ND radio station was too funny to not find a way for more people to hear it so thus, this video. A lady asks for help getting deer crossing signs moved to lower traffic areas. “The government can guide deer to lower traffic areas” ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! Kudos to Y94 Playhouse and Donna for the joy that you have given many through laughter.
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Chuck Schumer on Border Wall (Video)

Chuck Schumer on Border Wall (Video)

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De Blasio Doubles Down on Seizing Buildings, Stealing for Free Vacations

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To all of the stupid New York City left-wing voters and non-voters, you own the next sequel the City’s Commie Mayor Bill de Blasio’s nightmare who like the Progressives, correction REGRESSIVES in both House (including the Albany State Legislature) own the government shutdown, Commie Bill will own the ruin, corruption, despair and suffering of the poor that he has brought about courtesy of his fundamental transformation of the now Rancid Apple.

That bite that keeps hitting you in your checkbook has a name, i.e., KARMA…

Independent Sentinel by S. Noble

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, née Warren Wilhelm, doubled down on his comments earlier this week exposing his communist credentials. During his State of the Union, he announced a number of ‘freebies’ he planned to give away like health care and vacations. But what really got attention was Wilhelm’s intention to seize buildings from landlords he and his…

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OUR “VETS IN CLASS” TEACHING PROGRAM; LOOKING FOR SUPPORTING PARTNERS

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Unifed Patriots by Vassar Bushmills

Since its inception, VeteransTales.org has been movinging toward the establishment of a teaching program for veterans in order to fill in the growing gap between modern education in America’s schools about America’s history, and the reasons America was created in the first place.

It takes only three generations for those things to be lost to a culture, and we’re about halfway there.

I set this process of disintegration out in an earlier piece, “Conservatism, Those Other Guys, and the Vetetans”.

When the Soviet Union fell in 1992 virtually no Soviet citizen had any memory or knowledge of the nation (or family) that extended beyond 70 years. I know, I was there. Freed in 1992, they were still had no fixed stars in their heavens to guide them; no history, no church, no moral base.

For nearly two hundred years since our Founding the extant family…

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The Border Wall: thoughts about Trump’s address and the Democrat rebuttals

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Wow! Magazine by Bookworm Room

On the border wall, a surprisingly uncharismatic Trump showed he loved America and Americans, while Democrats succeeded only in showing they despise Trump.

Having had some time to think about Trump’s address, as well as the official and unofficial rebuttals, I have a few thoughts, none particularly deep or meaningful. I therefore offer them for what they’re worth:

Trump spoke about the American people. He made it plain that he is working to benefit them, especially those in the front lines of dealing with the harm wrought by people who ought never to have been here in the first place.

Pelosi and Schumer spoke about Trump. Their hatred was manifest and should cause people to wonder whether their working for the good of Americans or simply to import voters, along with attendant drugs and violence.

Ocasio-Cortez spoke about garble-gooble fizwitz aliens blumpf Americans karpoffez deelywhop…

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The Trump Doctrine and the Generals

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Unified Patriots by Vassar Bushmills

Apparently almost every president had a foreign policy doctrine. One even got it’s own teaching bloc in public schools, at least until the 1980s. It was called the Monroe Doctrine, which stated that the US would use force to repel foreign (mostly European) incursions into the western hemisphere.

The Monroe Doctrine was a big deal. We used it to expel Spain from Cuba in 1898. In 1962 JFK invoked it to justify blockading Soviet ships sent to Cuba to set up nuclear missile silos there.

But after World War II, American “spheres of influence” expanded because of Soviet expansionism in eastern Europe and Asia, which accelerated even before the ink was dry on the German and Japanese surrenders.

The Soviets were way ahead of us in their post-war strategic thinking.

During World War II, there was no real FDR Doctrine except to win “the wahr”, which he did not live…

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The Boring Preaching of the Left

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Joel Kotkin wrote recently in City Journal on Today’s Cultural Engineers. It’s pretty interesting.

Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin once labeled writers and other creative people “engineers of the soul.” In his passion to control what people saw and read, Stalin both coddled artists and enforced unanimity through the instruments of a police state. Today, fortunately, we don’t face such overt forms of cultural control, but the trends in American and to some extent European mass culture are beginning to look almost Stalinesque in their uniformity. This becomes painfully obvious during awards season, when the tastes and political exigencies of the entertainment industry frequently overpower any sense of popular preferences, or even artistic merit.

Our cultural climate has become depressingly monochromatic. Award ceremonies, once a largely nonpolitical experience, have become reflecting pools for preening progressive artistes. Those emceeing the awards must be as politically pure as possible—sorry, Kevin Hart—and…

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