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US Navy Retired, Aerospace worker. All around good Dude. Eternal Foe of the work ethic

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Muslim Imam says Sex Slaves Ok (Yeah, they Assimilate)

Islam is ISIS, ISIS is Islam

Yes, boys, you CAN have sex slaves: Outrage as British Muslim cleric at mosque where Cardiff jihadis were radicalised tells teenagers that 'captives' are permissible under Islam in vile sermon

A hardline Muslim preacher suspected of radicalising three British jihadis told teenage disciples that it is ‘permissible’ under Islam to have sex slaves.

Ali Hammuda, an Imam at a Cardiff mosque where three young jihadis from the city worshipped before travelling to Syria to join Islamic State, also told the group of boys as young as 13 that the ‘day of judgment is close’ – a key part of IS’s warped propaganda.

The revelations come amid heightened fears over the Islamist terror threat in the UK in the wake of the bloody attacks in France.

Hammuda is still preaching at the same mosque, two years after the three ‘Cardiff jihadis’ – Nasser Muthana and Reyaad Khan, then 20, and Muthana’s younger brother Aseel, then 17 – left for Syria in 2014.

Wake up People, the Enemy is WAY Inside the Gates

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Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Jul 31, 2016, 08:52 AM (8 replies)

Bernie Supporters shifting to Trump


Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Jul 31, 2016, 06:46 AM (11 replies)

BREAKING, Thousands of Turkish Troops Surround Incerlik AB, Blocking Entry/Exit

Erdogan has blamed Turkish Air Force members who had worked closest with NATO and U.S. as being involved in coup. They have also previously accused U.S. of involvement in the coup, even blaming the former commander of the base, who retired in March and couldn’t have been involved. But an Erdogan Islamist paper explicitly blamed him, stoking flames against NATO and the U.S.

Great Allies those Islamists

More information coming out:

Some 7,000 armed police with heavy vehicles have surrounded and blocked the Incirlik air base in Adana used by NATO forces, already restricted in the aftermath of a failed coup. Unconfirmed reports say troops were sent to deal with a new coup attempt.

READ MORE: Anti-US rally staged at NATO Incirlik air base in Turkey (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

Hurriyet reported earlier that Adana police had been tipped off about a new coup attempt, and forces were immediately alerted. The entrance to the base was closed off.

Security forces armed with rifles and armored TOMA vehicles used by Turkish riot police could be seen at the site in photos taken by witnesses.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sat Jul 30, 2016, 08:14 PM (39 replies)

Surprise Fail – Reuters Announces Poll Changes To Help Lift Hillary Clinton…

After Reuters polling showed a 17 point (two week) swing to benefit Donald Trump something urgently needed to be changed.

(Via Reuters) In a presidential campaign notable for its negativity, the option of “Neither” candidate appears to be an appealing alternative, at least to participants in the Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.

Many voters on both sides have been ambivalent in their support for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, complicating the task of the pollsters trying to track the race.

That sentiment may help explain an apparent skew that recently emerged in the Reuters/Ipsos poll results. Given the choice, a relatively large group of voters opted for “Neither/Other” candidate compared with other major polls, leading to an under reporting of several percentage points for one or other of the two major contenders at times in the race.

As a result, Reuters/Ipsos is amending the wording of the choice and eliminating the word “Neither,” bringing the option in line with other polls.

The amended Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll will be published later Friday, available at

From the beginning of June until the middle of July, the Reuters/Ipsos survey showed consistently lower support for Trump than other polls were capturing. At times, the Reuters/Ipsos poll showed Clinton with a lead over Trump as wide as about 12 percentage points among registered voters – five percentage points higher than Clinton’s lead in some other comparable polls.

During the period analyzed, the historically high antipathy for both major candidates, paired with the option of selecting “Neither/Other,” meant the Reuters/Ipsos poll probably under reported Trump’s support before the Republican convention, perhaps by 3 to 5 percentage points.

So why the need to switch and correct now?.. Well, as Reuters openly admits, they need to help Hillary Clinton:

More recently, the “Neither/Other” option appeared to lead to an under reporting of Clinton’s support in the run-up to the Democratic convention, said Cliff Young, pollster and president of Ipsos Public Affairs, which partners with Reuters on the poll. The pollsters estimated the Clinton shortfall at 2 to 4 percentage points.

Tom W. Smith, director of the Center for the Study of Politics and Society at the University of Chicago, said the earlier Trump numbers in the Reuters/Ipsos poll could have indicated a softness of support for Trump among a relatively small group of conservative voters who had yet to come to terms with his candidacy.

It is plausible that a similar effect among Democratic voters may be hitting Clinton now when presented with the option of “Neither,” he said.

Since the convention, however, Trump’s support seems to have solidified among wary supporters. Now, the “Neither” issue appears to be affecting Clinton in the survey. (read more)

Oh, OK… Gotcha. The problem was OK before – because it was making Donald Trump’s polled support look bad. However, now that the issue has the potential to make Hillary Clinton’s polling bad, now,… NOW it needs to be fixed.

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sat Jul 30, 2016, 04:34 PM (3 replies)

Fearing Islamist reprisal, French publisher revises decision to publish book critical of Islam

“The Islamic Fascism” by German-Egyptian author Hamed Abdel-Samad was due to hit the French bookstores in September.

A Paris-based publishing house has revised its decision to publish a French version of the German bestseller “Der Islamische Faschismus” (The Islamic Fascism). Written by German-Egyptian author Hamed Abdel-Samad, the book was due to hit the French bookstores in September. Piranha Edition reportedly changed its mind after this month’s ISIS-inspired terror attack in Nice that killed 84 people and injured more than 300.

If the objective of Islamist violence in Europe had been to force the continent into submission, it is well on its way to achieving them.

Piranha Edition justified the decision of not going ahead with the publication by citing the threat of Radical Islam as well its desire of not wanting to strengthen the right-wing French groups critical of Islam. Interestingly, the head office of the Piranha Edition is just within a few minutes of walk from Bataclan, the theatre where 89 people were murdered by Islamic terrorists in November 2016.

Meanwhile in the Peoples Republic of California:

“I am proud to celebrate the first ever Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month by honoring generations of Muslim Americans for their many social, cultural, and economic contributions to California,” Assembly member Quirk stated. “The rhetoric surrounding this election makes the presentation of this resolution more important for me,” he said. “It is appropriate to acknowledge and promote awareness of the myriad invaluable contributions of Muslim Americans in California and across the country, and extend to them the respect and camaraderie every American deserves.”

Where is the "Seperation of Church and State" the Liberals are quick to invoke? Will there be a Catholic Appreciation Month? a Hindu? a Budhist?

Watch that "Creeping Sharia"

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sat Jul 30, 2016, 06:24 AM (7 replies)

Minimum wage, Maximum ignorance

William F. Buckley Jr. used to speak of the “invincible ignorance” of liberalism, and there’s hardly a better example than the minimum wage. Generally the first thing you learn on the first day of Econ 101 is that if you raise the price of something, you’ll reduce the demand for that something. Including labor.

So it’s fun to notice this morning that the city of Seattle, which threw out both shoulders patting itself on the back for raising its minimum age to $11 an hour last year, is finding the results are . . . not so good. Seattle commissioned a study by a group of economists, who reported in a few days ago:

Yet the actual benefits to workers might have been minimal, according to a group of economists whom the city commissioned to study the minimum wage and who presented their initial findings last week.

The average hourly wage for workers affected by the increase jumped from $9.96 to $11.14, but wages likely would have increased some anyway due to Seattle’s overall economy. Meanwhile, although workers were earning more, fewer of them had a job than would have without an increase. Those who did work had fewer hours than they would have without the wage hike.

Accounting for these factors, the average increase in total earnings due to the minimum wage was small, the researchers concluded. Using their preferred method, they calculated that workers’ earnings increased by $5.54 a week on average because of the minimum wage. Using other methods, the researchers found that the minimum wage hike actually caused total weekly earnings to drop — by as much as $5.22 a week. . .

If employers cannot stay in business while paying their staff more, they will either hire fewer people or give their workers fewer hours. As a result, even if wages per hour increase, workers’ total earnings could decline. . .

They attributed a wage increase of about $0.73 an hour for low-income workers to the minimum wage, and another $0.45 an hour to the improving economy. After the increase, Seattle’s workers got about seven more hours in a quarter. Workers’ hours increased even more in other parts of the state, however, leading the researchers to conclude that the minimum wage reduced the number of hours worked quarterly by 3.2, roughly 15 minutes each week.

Those figures do not include workers without jobs. The economists estimated that the minimum wage decreased the share of workers with jobs by about 1.2 percentage points.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Jul 29, 2016, 05:47 PM (6 replies)

Free and Fair Press my Ass, CNN Wolf Blitzer drinks wine, dances to celebrate Hillary’s nomination

Maybe they were happy it was over, or maybe they were celebrating “history” being made — as they repeated all week — by their preferred candidate.

Regardless, cameras captured CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger drinking wine and dancing with delegates as “Sweet Caroline” played over the loud speakers at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention.

CNN aired video of the two taking it all in: Blitzer with a glass of white wine in his hand, and Borger clapping and singing along

Anybody Identified in the WikiLeaks as sending a story to the DNC to be approved for Print should be banned from any President Trump interviews and boycotted
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Jul 29, 2016, 12:26 PM (7 replies)

Julian Assflange claims next Wikileaks release will get Hillary Arrested

Be still my Heart


It’s a bold claim. Do we have any reason to doubt him? He sees that the DOJ had no desire to indict Hillary, and that Comey’s recommendation that Hillary be given a stern look signaled that she’s pretty much untouchable.

He’s not an idiot. He must think that what he has is so ironclad that the country would demand her head on a pike when we see this leak.

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Jul 29, 2016, 05:45 AM (18 replies)

Watch the Polls kids,

If there's no bounce she's done

Skewed Polls will be exposed quickly
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Jul 29, 2016, 05:10 AM (3 replies)
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