How Many of us Got Duped Today?

How Many of us Got Duped Today?

3ringcircus(1)This is not a meant to be a funny title. Quite openly, let’s try “How Many of Us got fooled, tricked, deceived, conned, cheated, hoodwinked or at least one of my favorites, swindled today,” by our elected representative is also known as congressional members?

Q: Did the Obama administration advertise in January to transport 65,000 foreign children apprehended at the border? Did it expect a surge of illegal immigration?

A: Yes. There’s been a sharp increase in unaccompanied children from Central America since FY 2012, and the U.S. projected a bigger increase this year.

The abovementioned data was sourced from a article written on July 14, 2014, by Lauren Shapiro and has a wealth of information in it pertaining to the crisis we are now dramatizing via news programs, advocacy groups and especially special interest groups. Here is the long form question asked on the survey.

  • Q: Is it true that the US government advertised for “escort services for unaccompanied alien children” back in January 2014. And, if so, how did they know there would be this influx of children from Guatemala? (Or, some other country?)

Full Answer: The recent wave of publicity concerning the tens of thousands of downloadunaccompanied children from Central America being apprehended at the southwest border has unleashed a flood of emails from readers. Many of the emails refer, directly or indirectly, to a request for information submitted Jan. 29 by the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on the Federal Business Opportunities website titled “Escort Services for Unaccompanied Alien Children.”

Some have asked if Homeland Security is paying to bring foreign children across the board illegally, based on some conservative websites that misinterpreted the request for information (RFI). Infowars, for example, claimed that the Obama administration is using “taxpayer money to escort illegal minors into the United States.”

Other readers, such as the one above, asked if the Obama administration placed the advertisement “back in January,” and wonder how the administration knew months ago that there would be a crisis at the border.

ICE1282014_0First of all, ICE did not solicit bids for vendors to bring children across the border, as Infowars claimed on its website. The request for information was referring to children who illegally crossed the border and were apprehended by Border Patrol agents. The private escorts would transfer “approximately 65,000” unaccompanied foreign children from Border Patrol facilities to Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement shelters.

This is appropriate for how a person gets duped. I am reasonably certain that most individuals can recall when busloads of foreign children were at scheduled stops in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Southern California when the people of those communities came out and protested where the buses gathered. This was a clear cry of American people stating to their government, “No it is not okay to bring these children to our community.”

And much, to everyone’s surprise, the busloads of children turned around and headed south toward the border. Now, I do not feel that is mean or unbecoming of any American to do so. This was when President Obama declared that these illegal immigrants were refugees rather than border-crossers.

Lastly, for tonight, when I type special interest group please bear in your mind the Uncle Samproducts and services that a child will need for living in the United States. Everything from the transportation companies, to fast food chains, to department stores, to bedding companies, and now, please think of every organization possible who will benefit from having an unaccompanied minor cross our border.

Just one more issue to be cleared up… President Trump is following the letter of the law regarding the separation of children, unaccompanied minors, from their UNproven parents. The law made by legislation in Congress stipulates that all people held at the border for trying to illegally gain access to the US will be held in detention — adults and children — are included. Why blame President Trump for following the law?


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How Many times must you fall?

How Many times must you fall?

10686670_10152743755481491_383918020197017218_nAllow me to spell this one proposal out for you. Please, first of all, take this article to your nearest Hillary Clinton fan, then to your nearest Democrat Party member, then keep a copy of this article for when you run into a timely debate either at happy hour, a cocktail party, or even the water cooler. I believe that far too much must be revealed to find where the onus is and furthermore, to start getting this communication right.

Of the first part we are going to feature Mr. Mark Krikorian a director at the Center of Immigration Studies about the earlier reports of The Washington Post, Salon Magazine, and the internets BuzzFeed who all made headlines out of there existing a point that the USA is missing some 1,500 children or better still, accompanied minors; or, basically children who have come up from Mexico and Central America without having their parents with them.

Be that as it may, I, for one, take issue with this part of any legislative act, or executive act, in so far as I do not believe that it is the US government’s job to take care of another’s child. Furthermore, and to this day I ask college students who got to America as accompanied minors how do they feel about their parent’s action.            money scale

The resounding overall opinion that I receive is negative. And yes! I do receive comments on the opposite side, meaning that these students would not ever do unto their children as they did unto by their parents.

This entire issue regarding unaccompanied minors or children getting into the US without their parents must be looked at on a chronological basis. However, attempting to perform any sort of due-diligent study because in the documentation whereas one may be looking for actions of “unaccompanied minors” and their status of illegal/legal immigrants then one is forced over to the 1940s and 1950s insofar as most of the literature contained therein (Title 8: or Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) added to Title 8 Immigration and Naturalization as confirmed by the Government Printing Office as notes to be added to any such division of Title 8.)

Therefore, the biggest stooping of Americans by their duly elected officials in ICE1282014_0Washington D.C., aka Congressional Members or Congress has intentionally made the performance of Immigration law a wreak, possibly, without necessary parts to be fixed. It is noted in this article that pursuant to any “Unaccompanied Minor” that is withheld from gaining interest into the United States because of lack of parental responsibility could and most likely would have their status changed to be a “Refugee.”

This article is going to be far too long for me to include every single provision that has become of importance to special interest groups and advocacy groups and for those Americans who go along with the embellishment of what else can we do for you today, scenario?

National Review, July 9, 2007, such as these:

“If someone else has a better idea, I’d love to have them give it to us.” That was John McCain, challenging his fellow Republican presidential candidates in early June to offer an alternative to the amnesty bill he helped craft with Ted Kennedy. Well, here’s a better idea: enforce the law.

B9-MVGrCQAAbYv1Were the president to enforce the law, the obvious starting point would be the 850 miles of fencing that Congress mandated last year. Only a few miles have been completed, and less than half is projected to be finished by the end of next year. Speeding the fence’s construction would signal the seriousness of enforcement, given the resonance of the issue with the public and the political class’s transparent contempt for the idea (captured by McCain’s concession to Vanity Fair: “I’ll build the goddamned fence if they want it”).

All federal contractors could be required to enroll in the EEVS as a condition of receiving funds. President Clinton employed a variant of this approach in 1996 when he signed Executive Order 12989, which empowered the government to block firms from receiving federal contracts for a period of one year if they knowingly hired illegal aliens. Sadly, this was a mere political ploy.

The order required government agencies only to “consider” debarring a firm for hiring an illegal worker, and the General Services Administration, which was to maintain the “Excluded Parties List,” never took any steps to implement the measure. A new executive order requiring federal contractors to enroll in the EEVS, together with serious follow-through, would go a long way toward adopting legal status as a mainstream labor standard.

It is precisely for this reason that the administration has not encouraged it. In 2002, the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel wrote a memo highlighting the inherent constitutional authority of state and local law enforcement to make arrests for civil violations of federal immigration law. But this memo was spiked by the White House so that apologists for illegal immigration could continue to point to an erroneous Clinton-era legal opinion that prohibited local arrests for civil immigration violations.

Unfortunately, instead of making the United States a less appealing destination for would-be illegal immigrants, the administration often seems to be offering enticements. For instance, the Treasury Department formally told banks in 2002 that they could accept for the purposes of opening accounts the Mexican government’s ID for its nationals living outside of Mexico – the matricula consular – thus helping illegal aliens embed themselves in American society. Reversing this decision would be a simple technical New Covermatter, but it requires leadership.

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Hark the Herald Angles Sing

Hark the Herald Angels Sing

220px-Kirstjen_Nielsen_2018And the tune is resoundingly lovely! It has f-i-n-a-l-ly become time that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through their very well-spoken secretary, MS Kirstjen Nielsen, the tune that is being sung is an “oldie but goodie” and is identified under several names. I thought this would be as good as time as ever to identify the songs and to allude to what each of them means, especially in English.

MS Kirstjen Nielsen the new Senate appointed Secretary of Homeland Security is well-conditioned and my humble opinion the best and brightest person to have ever held that position. There are several reasons why I have concluded this posture and I wish to share them with you.

Of the first part, MS Nielsen is a graduate of Georgetown University with and an undergraduate degree in Foreign Service and went on to earn a Juris Doctorate from the Virginia University School of Law. Later, she became Principal Deputy White House Chief of Staff and served as a security expert and as an advisor to our President, Donald Trump.

Unlike the former Secretary’s Jeh Johnson and Mrs. Napolitano both of the Obama Administration. MS Nielsen actually reads the laws involved with each act to where there is no misdetermination or misunderstanding predicated upon these laws or acts.          200px-Secretary_Kirstjen_Nielsen_sworn_in

At the closing Presidential Briefing today in the White House the floor, lectern,        microphone, and audience was delivered over to MS Nielsen to clear-up some of the most critical issues that face immigration policy that stands in our nation today. One very important issue that MS Nielsen makes clear notification of is in the notion that the very trouble the US is having with immigration policy is being created by those very individuals and organizations that have either by rumor or ill will themselves have created.

Our first example of this is that MS Nielsen states that any person regardless of age, asylum-seeking, religion, or creed that tries to break in, wander into, or enter into the US without approval is a criminal and will be treated just as any crime that has broken US law must pay the consequences.

Unlike Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and many other members of Congress who stipulate that someone here illegally is nothing more than “undocumented.” Moreover, since they are not criminals sporting many felony charges, only mind you, some with 1, 2, or 3 misdemeanor charges are no different than you or I.

ICE1282014_0Again, MS Kirstjen Nielsen, Secretary of Homeland Security, remains spot on that anyone here without prior permission is criminally here. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen defended an agency policy that will result in more families being separated at the border, saying, under a barrage of questions at a Senate hearing, that similar separations happen in the US “every day.”

But Nielsen also agreed with senators that more must be done to protect the children who either come to the US without their parents or are separated from them.     New Cover

Nielsen was testifying Tuesday at a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing, where lawmakers on both sides of the aisle raised concerns about what happens to immigrant children who end up in the custody of DHS, who — by law — transfers such minors to the custody of Health and Human Services within two days. Furthermore, Justice Department officials announced that border agents will refer 100 percent of illegal crossings for prosecution, a decision that will most likely result in more family separations.


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An instant ramification of #MeToo Movement

An instant ramification of #MeToo Movement

typer2Let it be very clearly known by all local, national, and international readers that although the time and real verification of what is behind the #MeToo movement are very similar to the Title 9 legislation that came about in result of fairness and equality within women’s sports at the collegiate level. And supporting the act then as I do now the only question remains comes in two parts – one, why not? And two, is there anything wrong with it? Of course not!

Title 9 was an equality tactic aimed directly at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) about schools offering the same amount of sporting events and the same amount of scholarships for female athletes as male athletes.

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces, among other statutes, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Title IX states that:

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

Title IX applies to institutions that receive federal financial assistance from ED, inclu10686670_10152743755481491_383918020197017218_nding state and local educational agencies. These agencies include approximately 16,500 local school districts, 7,000 postsecondary institutions, as well as charter schools, for-profit schools, libraries, and museums. Also included are vocational rehabilitation agencies and education agencies of 50 states, the District of Columbia, and territories and possessions of the United States.

Educational programs and activities that receive ED funds must operate in a nondiscriminatory manner. Some key issue areas in which recipients have Title IX obligations are recruitment, admissions, and counseling; financial assistance; athletics; sex-based harassment; treatment of pregnant and parenting students; discipline; single-sex education; and employment. Also, a recipient may not retaliate against any person for opposing an unlawful educational practice or policy or made charges, testified or participated in any complaint action under Title IX. For a recipient to retaliate in any way is considered a violation of Title IX. The ED Title IX regulations (Volume 34, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 106) provide additional information about the forms of discrimination prohibited by Title IX.

1eeuxd-r6w-204x136Now I believe that on a grander scale that involves politicians as well as their cronies, colleagues, and cohorts. Currently, we have a situation in Washington D.C., that clearly has implications around the world that would be a huge deficit first to America, and on to every one of our allies.

It has already been established by the Inspector General of the Justice Department, Michael Horowitz, that former director of the FBI, James Comey, acted “insubordinate” …and clearly outside of the purview of the FBI when fixing a non-indictment and even worse, a “no need for prosecutorial conduct” against Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The IG of the DOJ and well over one hundred witnesses, attorneys, and people who were directly involved in the independent email traffic of Hillary R. Clinton, offered up and told the IG that she did have Confidential and Top-Secret documentation on her personal email device that indeed has placed our nation at risk from a foreign combatant.

I guess what I am trying to say is that female empowerment is awesome in situations that call for it. But, I do hope that they will bring necessary charges against Clinton. Who knows who and what will go down?


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Are You Experienced?

What an Experience!

Sarah H. Sanders face“But first, are you experienced,” sang Jimi Hendrix in his monumental break-out album, Are You Experienced, was close to how I felt watching the Presidential News Briefing today as a riveting display of rabid communication skills were launched at Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the Presidential Press Secretary during today’s briefing.

Sanders fielded several questions on the issue during Thursday’s press briefing, repeatedly deflecting blame onto Democrats. But CNN’s Jim Acosta and Playboy’s Brian Karem pressed Sanders on the morality of the policy.

When Acosta asked Sanders about Attorney General Jeff Sessions citing the Bible as justification for separating families, Sanders did not directly address Sessions’ comments, but added that “it is very biblical to enforce the law.”

Now, what more can a person ask for? But no – the rage continued, “Where in the Bible does it say that it’s OK to take children away from their parents?” Acosta interjected. “You just said it’s in the Bible to follow the law.”                           Sanders meeting

“I know it’s hard for you to understand even short sentences, I guess, but please don’t take my words out of context,” Sanders retorted.

She sure showed some resilience there as well as patience. I am truly afraid that I would be fit to be tied down! Is it a difficult measure for this Acosta to understand that Press Secretary Sanders did not mention the scripture that Sessions had previously quoted?

“How is it a moral policy to take children away from their parents,” Acosta asked. “Can you imagine the horror that these children must be going through when they’re coming across the border? Why is the government doing this?”

Allow me to say this first. The Democrat Party has done little to nothing to produce an attempt at legislation – even writing up new laws and/or policies or acts. They sit, do nothing, and vote and unequivocal “Nay” or No when it is time for a legitimate change.

And again today, Sanders echoed the president’s frequent line of attack, laying blame on Democrats for the policy. Sanders charged Democratic lawmakers with failing to address flawed immigration laws.

As I watched her in action, I was mesmerized by her calm and the way she fielded questions from these two utterly rude and arrogant men.

“Come on, Sarah. You’re a parent. Don’t you have any empathy for what these people are going through?” he asked.

Sarah Huckabee SandersSanders circumvented the question, saying, “I know you want to get some more TV time but that’s not what this is about.”

This is from your humble author, what does it take to stop illegal immigrants from trying to gain access into the country? These people are well-aware of the law and the separation process during the detainment process. I, personally, would not be a popular man if it were my decision, but landmines are an alternative.

In this nation with all of the “Firsts” happening like having more job opportunities that people being unemployed, tax-cuts that are benefitting the middle class and below, a president who cares about foreign policy and national security, who literally does things to see to it that he is working on making this a better, stronger America, who just two or three days ago had a summit with a personally assessed human civil rights ender, and now has China and Russia on their heels. It’s time for a good media report and at least a job well-done.

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Anyone Thinking About “Clearing out the Pond?”

Anyone Thinking About “Clearing out the Pond?”

LauraThe very first news story of my morning literally started shortly after 1:00 am this morning, Wednesday, June 13, 2018, while I sat hoping to fall asleep right there and then. Okay, I was watching the double-take of the Ingraham Angle, starring MS Laura Ingraham of the Fox News programs. Not only is Laura Ingraham a real stunner, I recently found out that she is no spring chicken as far as age goes. Laura can sit there with her long blonde hair, bulging blue eyes, the whitest teeth on earth and general yet overwhelming awesome looks and mesmerize one with her journalistic prowess.

During the time in her show, she started on a story about how certain ranking officials within the Department of Justice (DOJ) are threatening to issue subpoenas to members of The House Committee on Intelligence for various paperwork, emails, and other assorted nonsense.

Amazingly, just two days after President Trump is back from one of the most unintended meetings this world has seen with President Trump in order to meet face to face with North Korean Big Guy, Kim Jong Un. In a meeting that took the world by surprise with most journalists wondering where to begin, all of the sudden there is rift-raft going on between members of DOJ and the House Committee on Intelligence.              seal_of_the_united_states_department_of_justice_svg

Even if you haven’t yet thought about it or still don’t want to face it, there is one totally different episode that is running throughout Washington D.C., that most people do not want to think of, and that ladies and gentlemen, is the notion behind the idea of CLEANING UP FOGGY BOTTOM or CLEANING UP THE SWAMP.

Normally when one individual goes down or thinks they are going to go down, they immediately start thinking, who will I take down with me? I know it is petty and even sorrowful to have a member of humankind thinking this way, but, — look at whom we are addressing! One member is the second in command at the Justice Department, Mr. Rob Rosenstein, and on the House side, three members of the Intelligence Committee are looking for advice on how to sue Mr. Rosenstein, who has served within the DOJ for over twenty-eight years.

The measure appears to be centered around MS Rachael Brand who is the third in command at DOJ who will be declaring her retirement after her nine-month appointment by the Senate. MS Brand is the one who is slotted to take over for Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation as soon as he leaves.


“I think it’s a disgrace what’s happening in our country,” Trump said last week when he was asked about the release of a memo from Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee claiming abuses in the Russia investigation.

Simply for me, it is one way of cleaning up the swamp that the Capitol is built over. By means of ridding itself of personnel not either cutting the mark or is implicated in something with or without cohorts who face retiring circumstances.

One need not need to be a newshound to look and see who it is that is leaving Washington. Look at it this way, there are a lot of qualified folks that are either preparing to leave or have made their plans known about leaving. This is not to say that these individuals have done anything wrong.


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So, Why the War on Women?

So, Why the War on Women?

Hurt LockerI find it is incumbent upon me to ask all of these ladies, women and drama queens out there, “How much more would you like?” Please don’t answer that one just yet. I have just a bit more to whittle away on before we get into the great debate. Is that all right with you MS Portman? MS Streep? And according to yesterdays article how about you Senator Kirsten Gillibrand?

Call me old-fashioned, but I am the kind of bloke that stays around for the titles at the movies. Never know what you might miss. This is also the portion of a lot of films and television shows where the outtakes are normally hidden in pleasant surprise as well as a portion of a film that wasn’t revealed during the regular show time.   128,190_AL_

I won’t soon forget or forgive one of my all-time female actors, producers, directors, and heck, throw in script supervisor too for the great Elizabeth Banks of Pitch Perfect 2. The inhumane, “I did this, and I did that, and of course, I did this and that,” really kind of did me in for her quest of humility. But, then again, she wasn’t the first. For decades, women have been directing in genres ranging from comedy (Martha Coolidge’s Real Genius, Penelope Spheeris’ Wayne’s World, Penny Marshall’s Big) and horror (Mary Lambert’s Pet Sematary) to animation (Vicky Jenson’s Shrek) and sports (Gurinder Chadha’s Bend It Like Beckham). Female directors have even made their mark in the “major box office” revenues around the world – better and well-known such as London, Paris, Sydney, and just about everywhere.

Yet still, these ladies are very much household names such as Sofia Coppola, with her Lost in Translation, several other huge directors namely, Susanne Bier received an Oscar nomination for best foreign-language film for After the Wedding and let’s not forget in 2007 she directed her first English-language film, the Halle Berry-starring Things We Lost in the Fire. In addition to her biopic about Andy Warhol’s would-be assassin Valerie Solanas, the Canadian filmmaker also adapted Bret Easton Ellis’ American Psycho.

Kathryn BiglowI have wanted to go on outrageously of course with Kathryn Bigelow, and her masterpiece, The Hurt Locker, or so soon to even tell her renowned box-office extravaganza, Zero Dark Thirty. It is important for me to make mention that both Jeremy Renner and Jessica Chastain both nominated for Academy Awards for best in their field.

From this point I will just put forth the names, Gillian Armstrong, Catherine Hardwicke, Amy Heckerling, and of course, Nora Ephron, yet what list could even be considered without, Betty Thomas. And I must give a hat tip to these following ladies who have been at the art of direction for well over  thirty years, prominent women directors of the past 30 years not listed above (because many or all of their movies do not have Metascores) include Allison Anders (Gas, Food, Lodging), Antonia Bird (Priest), Martha Coolidge (Valley Girl), Marleen Gorris (Antonia’s Line), Randa Haines (Children of a Lesser God), Beeban Kidron (To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar), Mary Lambert (Pet Sematary), Sally Potter (Orlando), Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan), and Barbra Streisand (Prince of Tides).

This list continues on and without an attempt to cave-in. However, what makes me irate to the point of anger is that we have the likes of Portman, Streep, as well as others who must do a #MeToo hoopla dance with the four male director nominees bull-squat. By the way (Btw), has MS Natalie Portman done anything that would even warrant a nomination? I do believe that she and MS Streep are quality actors. Let’s keep our mouth’s in check, what do you say?


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Careful with the #MeToo Movement, Part 4

Careful with the #MeToo Movement, Part 4 

whatecerThe entire notion for writing these “Careful with the #MeToo Movements is, and always will be the epitome of humankind. During the graduate school days as well as the cocktail parties and the water-cooler chats with associates and colleagues the focus of the “epitome of humankind” comes down to this one decision, do you believe that human-beings or better put, is there such a good issue with the very character of human nature?

Before during and after each installment of what is a gender-oriented synopsis of the #MeToo Movement, I spend a lot of my time reflecting on the good fortune of the movement, or whether there is or isn’t anything good coming from it. Getting attention is one issue but is it the right issue? I guess I am trying to reflect on the number of changes that have come in the quest for gender, diversity, racial, ethnocentric ways.       $_35

So many times, during conversations I am derailed or deterred from the changes that have befallen on humankind for these and other reasons. For example, was it the extreme right thing to do for Barack Obama to have lead legislation for four billion dollars to be paid out in reparations to black farmers and/or landowners? Believe me, there are plenty of black people who are laughing and saying, “Dream on.” And then the same is holding true with regards to the government paying for women’s privileges such as birth control and abortion.

Another aside, Publisher Meredith Corp., has come in for the usual criticism after buying the floundering Time, Inc., late last year. “They’re basically all middle-aged white males from the Midwest,” grumbled a Time staffer, who, you would think, would be in no position to complain. Dow Jones, the publisher of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), is offering leadership training exclusively to females to try to meet its short-term goal of 40 percent female executives.

You can bet on this, corporate boardrooms, executive suites, and management structures are going to be scoured for gender and race imbalances. Diversity trainers are already sensing a windfall from #MeToo.

attorney'sHere is a problem just waiting for a courtroom, CEO’s shared their techniques for achieving gender equality. It’s actually quite simple: pay managers based on their record of hiring and promoting females and minorities, as Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta explained. Never mind the fact that introducing irrelevant criteria such as race and gender into an evaluation process, you will enviably end up with less qualified employees.

Here’s another, U.S. Banks and financial institutions are facing pressure from shareholder groups to release data on the number and compensation of females and minorities in their upper ranks. Immediate punishment befalls anyone in business who has the courage to criticize this war on merit. Okay, okay, ok then, just listen to the older lady folk from Hollywood, right Natalie Portman? Meryl Streep, Cher?  th1(2)

Now then, this is the dire circumstances in the recesses of my brain. Amazingly, John Williams – a white man – squeaked into the presidency of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York this April, much to the outrage of the diversocrats. “The New York Fed has never been led by a woman or a person of color, and that needs to change,” announced New York, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

Facts are facts, and throughout most of music history, the greatest composers have been male. No amount of digging through score archives is going to unearth a female counterpart to Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, or Brahms. So what?

Guess where we start next time? The real episode here is in the notion of acceptance. Accepting everything and all that goes along with equality. War, accepting the facts of reality, and what is real.


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fisaThe former No. 2 guy at the FBI wants immunity.

The attorney for Andrew McCabe, who was fired as FBI deputy director, told Sen. Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Republican, that his client “is eager” to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee that Mr. Grassley leads.

The panel wants Mr. McCabe to testify on a Justice Department inspector general’s report that recommended that he be fired for leaking information about an investigation of Hillary Clinton and then lying about it to James B. Comey, then the FBI director.

Through various sources as heard through Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News, as well as Laura Ingraham’s The Ingraham Angle, I and everyone here at The Contemplative Thinker are patiently waiting for the inspector general’s report concerning Hillary Clinton and Mr. FBI himself, James B. Comey.  517219114(1)

But either he gets immunity or takes the Fifth, attorney Michael Bromwich wrote in a letter to Mr. Grassley, according to Fox News Channel.

Just with a small degree of critical thinking, asking for immunity shows and indicates that McCabe has broken some rules of conduct; moreover, pleading the Fifth clearly solidifies he is well aware of conversations, decisions, and one’s typical ploy of nonaccountability.

“We hereby request that the Judiciary Committee authorize a grant of use immunity to Mr. McCabe,” to ensure “no testimony or other information provided by Mr. McCabe could be used against him in any criminal case,” Mr. Bromwich wrote in his letter.

The letter noted that the inspector general made a “criminal referral” against Mr. McCabe, meaning he could face prosecution. Moreover, McCabe is facing a degree of prosecution on other related matters.

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Is there a Reasonable Title

Is there a Reasonable Title

unnamedWhat a load of crap! Pardon me, please, for this opening. I don’t know why this is making its purview again on the Internet, but please, bear with me. I am certainly the kind of person who does not believe in censorship of any kind whatsoever. However, that statement does not give a reason for poor taste, ill-mannered or putting into print rubbish that is dispersed by this “Professor” Noel Ignatiev of Massachusetts College.

From the very start of this person’s last public speech at this university where he happed to be employed, Mr. Ignatiev retired the following morning, which indeed tells us very much about his mental health capabilities. This man, without question, is the poster-boy for the “Don’t sell a gun too” crowd.

If you don’t mind I would like to espouse some of my insights based solely on what Noel

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Ignatiev said to hopefully assist one in looking and hearing critically at what a person says. So, therefore, one, in his first paragraph (below) why would anyone listen to a racist white guy who clearly has mental problems? Two, why would anyone listen or give credence to a person who speaks as though he is an oncologist, physician, sociologist and an anthropologist?

Three, look at his examples first: “If you are a white male, you don’t deserve to live. They only murder, exploit and oppress non-whites! A white woman can have sex with a black man and make a brown baby but what can a white male do? Okay, before I go absolutely crazy on this person, what happens if a white male has sex with a person of color? Oh, must have missed that one. And it would not be a clever idea to try and convince me on the notion of slavery, either. I guess it was a white person that started the Inquisition when most modern texts stipulate it was initiated by Spain, mind you there are those who ponder the Portuguese then some of course, who say it was Italy.

Have you ever wondered where these expressions such as white male/female privilege come from? It is definitely this ignorant professor’s students or colleagues.

“If you are a white male, you don’t deserve to live. You are a cancer, you’re a disease, white males have never contributed anything positive to the world! They only murder, exploit and oppress non-whites! At least a white woman can have sex with a black man and make a brown baby but what can a white male do? He’s good for nothing. Slavery, genocides against aboriginal peoples and massive land confiscation, the inquisition, the holocaust, white males are all to blame! You maintain your white male privilege only by oppressing, discriminating against and enslaving others!” Professor Noel Ignatiev, a tenured professor at Massachusetts College loudly proclaimed to his class last Monday, his final teaching day before retirement.

The good Professor’s sound and reasonable words resonate with every enlightened and progressive mind. They are indisputable, and no one can debate them. They should not be controversial in the slightest, yet remarkably a few far-right extremists object to Prof. Ignatiev’s advice. The Professor, however, reported receiving “a standing ovation” from his “largely white and middle-class students.” Prof. Ignatiev’s critics say that openly calling for students, even if they are white males, to kill themselves was inappropriate and perhaps excessive. In this article, we will look at the other side of the issue.

Fortunately, I was able to arrange a telephone interview with the professor. I felt he deserved a chance to tell his side of the story. Aside from that our radical and racist far-right media refuse to report.

Ivan Fernando: I want to thank you for agreeing to this interview. It’s a pleasure to be able to talk to an esteemed academic of your caliber and impressive credentials.


Ivan Fernando originally wrote this report and it has been published almost everywhere. Primarily for The Diversity Chronical that appears here at WordPress. Otherwise, there is another list at the original site here if you so choose to follow up. Speaking of which, here is another version of my new book, An Open Autopsy on America; please, all of your comments are welcomed.


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