Wednesday, June 20, 2018
The William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 was introduced on December 9, 2008. It became law December 23rd.
Rushed legislation tends to be flawed legislation.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
But only the past week has media and Democrat panic ensued. And much of that had to be driving by deceptively out-of-context photos, many from the Obama era, or accusations that detainment on the border is analogous to Nazi concentration camps.
Other governments have separated mothers and children pic.twitter.com/tvlBkGjT0h— Gen Michael Hayden (@GenMhayden) June 16, 2018
How long does it take a migrant family to hike from El Salvador to El Paso, assuming they're not raped, murdered, and left in mass grave along the way?
What kind of intel is available from the countries of origin, or along the migrant path.
Is it possible fewer families are presently departing, or that some who previously departed have returned on their own upon hearing of the policy change? Is that why Democrats and others on the Left are in panic mode - Trump's strategy is showing signs of success?
I don't know exactly what, but something's going on here, and we're only getting the most thin slice of the story. And even that may to be distorted.
Monday, June 18, 2018
Via CBS News:
Witness Megan Chadwick told KIRO-TV her husband saw an armed civilian take down the shooter. "He said he watched him (the shooter) take his last breath," Chadwick said. "There were three civilians going after him to shoot him and two of them had their guns up and then the third guy shot him through the window of the car.
Monday, June 11, 2018
Instead of asking "why do you need a gun", how about asking "what right do you have to take away people's property?" The fact that there are people who will answer that they do have a right to take your property is exactly why you need a gun. #2A #CampusCarryNow— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) June 9, 2018
"All of the other G-7 countries have higher tariffs on the United States than we have on them. For example, France and other EU countries levy a 10 percent tariff on imported U.S. cars, but we only charge a 2.5 percent levy on European imports. Canada has tariffs of about 270 percent on U.S. dairy products, 70 percent on sausage, and 27 percent on beef, to name just a few."
Sunday, June 10, 2018
I found this interesting.
Trump actually won a smaller share of the white vote than Mitt Romney. He was nonetheless able to win because he won more Hispanics and Asians than his predecessors, and more black votes than any Republican since 2004.
Before 1973 many Muslim countries were Westernizing and dropping Islam, but schools using OPEC profits for 40 years have taught this generation of Muslims that the west will be their slaves once they take over. World domination is their goal. @haerycammel— Andrea Silver (@andilnx) June 10, 2018
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Thursday, June 7, 2018
This time they accuse the president of getting history wrong, claiming he said Canadians burned down the White House in the War of 1812.
Trump nay-sayers say Canada wasn't a country, so it couldn't be a war with the U.S. Naysayers do accurately say British troops did the burning.
But history shows the British burning of Washington DC was in retaliation for an American war party burning a Canadian town. And while it was British regulars who actually invaded and burned Washington, it was Canada's governor general who called for the tit-for-tat retaliation.
More importantly, however, Trump didn't say Canadians burned the White House. Not by any accounts I've seen.
What Trump reportedly did was ask a rhetorical question, one that played into a widely held belief among Canadians.
“Didn’t you guys burn down the White House?” is what CNN and the CBC say he said.
Don't take my word for it. They even have a song that celebrates their touted act.
And the video below, featuring the song, is apparently widely used in Canadian history classes.
Occupancy of new mountain home is about 30 days away.
New home will eventually replace both the cabin and a primary residence outside Atlanta.
Been plenty busy setting this up, and will be plenty busy with the move and with getting the existing cabin ready for resale.
Therefore, expect light and/or intermittent posting this summer.
Thursday, May 31, 2018
Sunday, May 27, 2018
Thursday, May 24, 2018
"It’s all part-and-parcel with an American way-of-life that is not what it advertises itself to be. It’s become a cruel hologram of a distant memory of a land that sold its soul for a few decades of comfort and convenience, and ended up in a wilderness of addiction to cheap hits of pleasure. Pleasure is not happiness and the constant seeking to satisfy pleasures is not a journey to meaning. The catch is that this toxic way of life has poor prospects for continuing as a practical matter. History is catching up with our foolishness and history will prove to be even more wrathful than a lonely, confused, seventeen-year-old boy with a pistol and shotgun." - James Howard Kunstler
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Monday, May 21, 2018
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
.@john_vandiver: "none of #Germany’s submarines are currently operational, only 4 of its 128 Eurofighter jets are combat-ready & the army is short on dozens of tanks & armored vehicles needed for #NATO missions" https://t.co/vynrKl91BQ pic.twitter.com/UDVgDhKuI2— NATOSource (@NATOSource) May 16, 2018
Monday, May 14, 2018
Art exhibit in Chicago (and CNN) play with the idea that buying a gun is as easy as renting a bicycle. (It's not, of course. But they don't let realities get in the way of propaganda).
Yes, they're still keeping count of shootings in Chicago. It's reported 84 people were shot there in a recent week. But don't worry. police say they're encouraged that gun violence is on the decline.
BTW, it's not just gangs using guns that make Chicago's streets unsafe. But it's apparently hard to file a police report after a gang cracks your skull.
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
But that's not necessarily correct.
Sometimes a candidate on a ballot advocates for subverting your rights, not protecting them.
Before casting a ballot, do some homework. Know who you're voting for.
Sunday, April 22, 2018
Sunday, April 15, 2018
Utilities at risk? Timely delivery of U.S. domestic food shipments or other necessary day-to-day commodities?
UK's Sunday Express says Russian launch of cyber warfare "imminent."
Would hacking disrupt deliveries of foreign goods at U.S. ports?
Heck, maybe your bank balance (and a bunch of others) could suddenly show "zero."
We're moving into unprecedented territory.
Saturday, April 14, 2018
We're living in perilous times.
Thursday, April 12, 2018
We live in perilous times.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
The UK Sun notes: "Mexico’s party hotspot Cancun sees 14 murdered in 36 hours as tourist town is overrun by drug gang violence"
Okay, what's going on here?
The political ad (left) is from this week's Fannin Sentinel newspaper in Blue Ridge.
Can this be taken as a Trump endorsement (veiled or otherwise) of an attempt to unseat Georgia's House speaker?
The GA House 7th is presently held by Speaker David Ralston, who is very much running for reelection.
Monday, April 9, 2018
Sunday, April 8, 2018
An example of this weekend's hottest Leftist propaganda.
Here's another, taking a more international tact.
Odd how the Left pushes California as its Utopian success story.
Parts of California are already beginning to look a lot like Venezuela's failed socialism experiment.
Thursday, April 5, 2018
It might safely be estimated that more than ten firearms purchases were made in America last month for each anti-gun marcher who turned up for last month's DC anti-gun march.
Monday, April 2, 2018
But when I went to see if it still worked on my vintage Ford Ranger, my finger went right through the button.
Ranger's been on the road better than 18 years, so I guess it should be expected plastic parts are going to start giving way.
Thanks to YouTube, I see this is a pretty common problem. And a pretty easy fix. Replacement switch set is on order
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Friday, March 30, 2018
Apparently no good guy with a gun around when this happened in New Jersey.
New Jersey law makes it hard to be a good guy with a gun.
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Tonight, it was wind whistling through the trees, now rain pounding the metal roof.
Had to latch the screen doors, they kept swinging open.
Now's about the time I should light a lantern or an oil lamp, just in case the power fails after nightfall.
It's a proven path to gaining political leverage.
Via MyDailyKona blog:
The statist subvert the kids first because they are the most malleable to support the goals of the state. For years after the Bolsheviks took over Russia and it became the Soviet Union, there was an organization that was formed to indoctrinate the young, they are called the Young Pioneers and besides learning the tenets of Marxism, they also were used to spy on the parents and the kids would rat out their parents if they did something that violated the decrees from the local communist party commissar.
Our schools used to teach students about the indoctrination habits of Nazis and Communists. I wonder if they still do. Now too many of our government run schools seem to largely follow their pattern.
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Monday, March 26, 2018
According to CBS, a professionally generated tally of march size came in much, much lower.
With celebrities and the entire gun-control movement likely spending millions to make this rally what it was, it's doubtful they'll ever admit how far below expectations the turnout was.
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Hwy XXX to Hwy X go approx 3.7 miles to a left on Hwy X. Follow for 3.8 miles to a left onto Xxxxx Xxxx Rd. Follow to T in road. Go to the right. Will be paved for 50 feet then becomes gravel.Go for 4.3 miles.Stay on this road crossing creek 4 times (not counting double ford as 2) following to a right at fork in road. (if you cross the creek to cemetery turn around too far). Following road keeping right until you get to 2nd gate. Go thru gate to home on left. (last home on left). 4 wheel drive needed
Thursday, March 22, 2018
YouTube will ban videos that promote or link to websites selling firearms and accessories, including bump stocks, which allow a semi-automatic rifle to fire faster. Additionally, YouTube said it will prohibit videos with instructions on how to assemble firearms. The video site, owned by Alphabet Inc.’s Google, has faced intense criticism for hosting videos about guns, bombs and other deadly weapons.Enforcement of the new policy is said to kick-in in April.
Friday, March 16, 2018
Can someone tell me why the @NRA is being blamed despite the FBI being warned twice, local police visiting Cruz over 20 times, and there being a police officer who stood idly by while the kill occurred?— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) March 15, 2018
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Sometimes their accidents kill others.
Where's the outrage?
Where's the national walkout against texting and driving?
Where's the movement to ban cellphones (or to at least establish an age gateway at 18... or 21)?
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
An abuse of taxpayer funds, they say.
Some Democrats on Capitol Hill want to crack down on members of Congress who sleep in their offices.
I think what Democrats mean is they want to limit office holders to being people of means who can afford expensive DC housing and other high costs of existing inside the beltway.
They want economic barriers to holding office to fend off potential challengers.
I see nothing wrong with a rep crashing in his/her office especially early in a first term, keeping them close to the business at hand while learning the wider lay of the land.
Saturday, March 3, 2018
Nikolas Cruz was a bumbling, incompetent gunman with a cheap AR-15, only 10-round magazines, and maybe some defective ammo.
And it was a jam in Cruz's sub-par rifle that ended the shooting while deputies cowered outside.
Friday, March 2, 2018
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Gun control is so vicious and emotional a topic for the Left because of the disdain progressives have for the kind of people who own guns.— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) February 22, 2018
It’s cultural tribalism masquerading as urgent social policy
Did any of the Stoneman Douglas students now making regular appearances pitching gun control even see the shooter or his weapon on campus on the day of the shooting?
You are considered a survivor of a ship wreck if the ship sinks and you are rescued. But if a limited part of the ship is damaged in a storm or by an attack, and you are on another part of the ship, are you a survivor of the incident?
How many times are soldiers engaged in battle, but are not wounded or injured. How about the support troops, perhaps at the embattled location, but not directly involved in hostilities? Do we bestow upon them the title of "survivor"?
Was every student on campus at Virginia Tech deemed a survivor of the mass shooting event there in 2007?
Maybe the term survivor is being applied too broadly in post-event reporting of the Stoneman-Douglas shootings. Strikes me, the term survivor is being exploited to elicit emotion and bestow credibility to teenage activists pushing an agenda rather than to accurately describe what role they had, or how close to the threat they were, when the actual violence took place.
I'm also curious. Was it media that first bestowed the survivor title on the young campus activists? Or is that how they pitched themselves before making their first media appearance?
After age 18, a parent no longer has access to a child's medical records, may not know what care they are receiving, or know what meds they are on.
But with age now rising to 21 for firearms purchases in some states, or at some retailers, it's likely parents will still be their buyers, as they now are for 15, 16 or 17 year olds.
Raising the gun purchase age actually obstructs the background check process rather than enhancing it.
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
There’s something seriously wrong at core with a society that demands always and everywhere that government “do something” when each and every day it is exposed as corrupt, arrogant, incompetent— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) February 26, 2018
Dick's Sporting Goods now says it will no longer sell "assault style" firearms.
Dick's said the same thing a few years back, then less than a year later was selling them again at stores using a different name.
Question is, how much store traffic, how many sales, does Dick's lose by taking a high demand, high end product from its shelves?
Sports Authority was once a thriving sporting goods chain. But Sports Authority seemed to fall on hard times once it stopped selling guns. And Sports Authority is no longer around.
Sears and Kmart used to sell guns, but bowed to pressure not to. Don't see nearly as many Sears or Kmart stores as you used to.
Gotta question the wisdom of outdoor sports stores like Dick's bowing to anti-gun pressure, and adopting policies to please the anti-gun crowd. You lose a heck of a lot of foot traffic, and repeat customers who would come back for accessories, when you intentionally eliminate a popular product for the sake of pleasing activists who may not be customers (or at least regular customers) in the first place.
I seldom go into a Dick's store. It kinda went off may "go-to" list last time it went pandering to the gun control crowd.
Here's where it gets interesting.
By Friday, February 23, Camerota denies on air that the "child murders" theme was allowed on her program.
So much for the concept of presenting news in an honest manner. So much for any attempt to curtail, or even limit, bias in presentation.
Unlike host-driven commentary shows like Maddow or Hannity on MSNBC or Fox News, CNN's New Day markets itself as a morning news program. As such, you'd expect it to play by the rules of honesty in journalism.
Doesn't appear to be the case at New Day where it appears there's no longer any attempt to counter or mitigate bias in presentation. And when New Day gets called out? It just denies it ever happened.
Monday, February 26, 2018
'It is time to have a conversation about what the right to bear arms means in the modern world' - Condi Rice https://t.co/BZcPRqLfFe— RT (@RT_com) February 26, 2018
Friday, February 23, 2018
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Monday, February 19, 2018
These Democrats' proposal for "commonsense gun control" sound more like a plea for Civil War.— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) February 19, 2018
Take our children?
I don't think they are going to like how that story ends.🇺🇸
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Sales had significantly mellowed under Trump.
But now that the Lefties are crying for more gun control, expect another spike in sales. Especially for ARs, which are plentiful and cheap right now.
It's estimated Americans spent $29.1 billion on guns when Obama was president.
What's an average gun price?
Sure, there's far more pricey rifles and specialty guns.
But there's still lots of stuff in the $300 to $500 range in the mass market.
Rough guess, Obama helped put more than 40 million more guns on the street. By advocating for gun control.
What's made the AR-15 such a big seller in recent years? The fact that gun control activists have been so adamant about the "need" to ban them.
I wonder if these activists have any idea show much cheaper ARs have become in recent years.
Typically, ARs used to start at around $800. Now, because of economies of scale in manufacturing, and increased competition among makers, they typically start at around $500 now, and sometimes can be found for less.
ARs used to be one of the pricier choices on the racks at gun stores. Now they're among the least expensive. And gun control activism has played a big part in pushing the trend.
Do these students not realize how badly government employees botched the warning signs in the Parkland?
Between tips to teachers and the FBI, clear warnings were given of the menace. But on various levels, it was inaction by government bureaucrats, not lack of laws or reporting mechanisms, that left the path clear for Nikolas Cruz to do what he did last Wednesday.
Saturday, February 17, 2018
The majority of the Russian ad spend happened AFTER the election. We shared that fact, but very few outlets have covered it because it doesn’t align with the main media narrative of Tump and the election. https://t.co/2dL8Kh0hof— Rob Goldman (@robjective) February 17, 2018
Alleged meddling appeared to get rolling in June 2014, less than four months after Obama's State Department helped orchestrate regime change in Ukraine.
It seems perfectly conceivable Russia might attempt some retaliatory game after the US helped to destabilized one of Russia's closest allies and a bordering neighbor.
At a time of heightened tensions with Russia, it appears the Obama team remained asleep at the switch here (assuming the Mueller accusations and timeline are accurate).
Earlier in the week, I passed rafter (group) of about 30 turkeys along a roadside not far away.
Frogs and crickets have started making seasonal evening sounds.
Maybe the groundhogs got it wrong this year.
Maybe spring comes early after all.
Friday, February 16, 2018
Seems "everyone" at the school pegged the suspect as a potential school shooter, but no one did anything.
The FBI was given the suspected shooter's name five months ago after a post proclaiming intent to become a "professional school shooter." Apparently the FBI shrugged.
Local newspaper in Florida has raised questions about whether the targeted high school's armed school resource officer was on campus at the time of the shooting. There's speculation the deputy may have been off on the day of the shooting, or called to another assignment off-campus, or been out running errands. Or something.
It seemed that when the narrative of the school shooting began to shift to government or bureaucratic failures where the shooting might have been prevented, mainstream media attempted to divert to claims that the shooter was part of some "white nationalist" organisation. But even this seemed to fall apart by day's end.
Despite what may be a series of bureaucratic bumbles and a media misstep, progressives and their lapdog media are again pounding the drum for more gun control. This amounts to a call for law abiding citizens to surrender more rights and freedoms in exchange for more reliance on sloppy government bureaucrats for our safety and the safety of our loved ones.
Do they really think we're that stupid?
Friday, February 9, 2018
Saturday, February 3, 2018
What people must understand is that the modern left doesn’t even think it’s morally wrong to politicize DOJ, IRS, EPA, and the rest. They truly believe — as a matter of their twisted leftist worldview — that the ends justify the means. So they do this all with a clean conscience.— David Limbaugh (@DavidLimbaugh) February 3, 2018
Friday, February 2, 2018
h/t: Don Dickinson
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
To be fair, I'm not sure Gowdy held back, if that's what it was, it was on his own accord.
It may have been GOP leaders like Boehner and Ryan who kept him muzzled enough to prevent any real upset of the DC status-quo apple cart.
Regardless, Gowdy's says his days in Congress are numbered. He announced today he won't seek another term.
Democrats apparently see you has part of the problem. Consider you a throw-back to the 1950s.
Church ... family ... police ... military ... the national anthem ... Trump trying to call on all the tropes of 1950s-era nationalism. The goal of this speech appears to be to force the normalization of Trump on the terms of the bygone era his supporters are nostalgic for. #SOTU— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) January 31, 2018
"Former CIA Director George Tenet has described Mueller as a 'high Protestant with a locked jaw, blue blazer, khaki pants, penny loafers, maybe a little Vitalis and Old Spice to boot'. Trump's background is privileged - but not as elite"
Monday, January 29, 2018
Sunday, January 28, 2018
WASHINGTON — President Trump ordered the firing last June of Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation, according to four people told of the matter, but ultimately backed down after the White House counsel threatened to resign rather than carry out the directive.
The West Wing confrontation marks the first time Mr. Trump is known to have tried to fire the special counsel. Mr. Mueller learned about the episode in recent months as his investigators interviewed current and former senior White House officials in his inquiry into whether the president obstructed justice.I've added italics for emphasis.
First graph tells me no one with direct knowledge of the events spoke with the Times, the Times sources are hearsay. It's therefore possible all four sources get their version of events from the same source.
Second paragraph tells me those NY Times sources are probably leaking from within the Mueller team, not the White House. The Mueller team might have motive to spin the facts against Trump, seeking public leverage against him, especially in light of how disclosures of FBI impropriety have taken a toll on the investigation's image.
Second paragraph is written to advance the notion this is "new information", but at the same time, the lead says the events reported happened seven months ago. Suggests to me those disclosing to the times only recently came by way of their information.
There are those in media who say the Times story has been vindicated because other media has matched the Times' reporting.
Not quite. For example, when Ed Henry at Fox News put out a story based on his own source, that Trump wanted Mueller fired, he included a caveat:
The source could neither confirm nor deny a New York Times report that Trump ordered Mueller's dismissal, but backed down...Seems to me, there's a pretty big difference between wanting something or discussing something, and issuing a order to have it done.
And it still all amounts to smoke and mirrors. Mueller wasn't fired. And if anything close to what the NY Times describes actually happened, it clearly was pulled and the notion abandoned before getting beyond the most limited White House circles.
Only after the events became known to Mueller's team did the story find its way the NY Times. Coincidence?
Sunday, January 21, 2018
As noted by Grabien News:
Friday, January 19, 2018
Sara Carter writes:
A review of a classified document outlining what is described as extensive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuse was made available to all House members Thursday and the revelations could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and Department of Justice, several sources with knowledge of the document stated. These sources say the report is “explosive,” stating they would not be surprised if it leads to the end of Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel investigation into President Trump and his associates.
Meanwhile, it appears there's a push to pull the NRA into the Russian collusion investigation.
Did the NRA screw up? Or is the FBI attempting to distract from the intel that Sara Carter writes about?
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Does anyone dare call this guy undocumented? It seems there's plenty to document the damage he's done.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
The Los Angeles Times notes, California's generous social service spending in California "has not only failed to decrease poverty; it actually seems to have made it worse."
According to the Times, citing Census Bureau data, California has the highest poverty rate in the nation.
Sweden first issued an advisory pamphlet on how to cope with the outbreak of war in the 1940s. The pamphlet was delivered to every Swedish household, telling them how to prepare for and act in a national crisis. Of course, in 1991 when the Cold War ended, the leaflet was discontinued.
But after 30 years where the pamphlet fell into redundancy, the Swedish government has decided to resurrect it...
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Via The Atlantic, April 2016:
The president did not understand how “Don’t do stupid shit” could be considered a controversial slogan. Ben Rhodes recalls that “the questions we were asking in the White House were ‘Who exactly is in the stupid-shit caucus? Who is pro–stupid shit?’ ”The Atlantic also reported Obama called Libya a "shit show."
Apologies in advance if the link leads to a paywall, but at least we can see the Tweet:
#EXCLUSIVE: Andrew Young: Haiti is a s---hole. And America is partly to blame https://t.co/LK7ty9NJCC pic.twitter.com/P9dtKA6m3M— AJC (@ajc) January 12, 2018
And then there's this, from the Washington Times:
Sen. Lindsey Graham, one of those in the meeting Thursday where President Trump reportedly called some developing nations “sh—hole” countries, used similar language himself during the last big immigration debate, calling Mexico and other Latin American nations “hellholes.”It again appears media is very selective about how it targets its outrage.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
But there's an even more immediate hole Democrats are desperate to keep filled.
Political clout would rapidly shift to the more conservative suburban and rural areas if Democrats didn't have waves of immigrants to pack into Democrat run cities being deserted by Americans who are fed up with crumbling infrastructure, general decay and high urban taxes.
Monday, January 8, 2018
But were the meetings anything like Dr. Bandy Lee initially claimed?
Or were her "briefings" more like a few passing words as she perhaps stalked members of Congress in the halls of the Capitol, hoping to get a few words in here or there?
One of the initial tellings of Dr. Lee's "briefings" was in the New York Daily News, which appears to have sourced its account solely on Doc Lee's claims. If the NY Daily News attempted to seek verification from any lawmaker, I don't see it noted in the story.
Perhaps it's possible Yale's Dr. Lee is the one having issues with mental unraveling.
In talking of an Oprah Winfrey candidacy in 2020, it seems Democrats want to recruit a "Trump of their own" to run against him.
This speaks volumes for Trump, while dissing the entire Democrat roster of more traditional would-be candidates like Warren, Sanders, McAuliffe, even Michelle O.
Now? They're supposed to be giant day care centers where every place is a safe space.
Sunday, January 7, 2018
Saturday, January 6, 2018
Clip was first was first noted on this blog back when it was first said in early 2013.
Friday, January 5, 2018
It can take an hour or more to get a Comcast cable or Internet rep on the phone to deal with a an outage, billing question or service rep, and most time, Comcast protocols mean it may take several calls, each with a lengthy wait, to resolve your problem.
With ETC, the local cable and Internet company in parts of North Georgia, call wait time is typically three or four rings, and I've never had an issue that took more than one call to resolve.
Thursday, January 4, 2018
At @MoonPalaceBooks and I just found the book that strike fear in the heart of @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/r81nYoeqpL— Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) January 3, 2018
Will Loretta Lynch soon see the blood in the streets she advocated for last year?
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
On the domestic political front, the Mueller investigation will keep taking on water as it becomes clear that the real issue is not Russian meddling in the presidential election, but FBI meddling in the election. Trump may even appoint a new special prosecutor to dig into the FBI, Uranium One and the DOJ shenanigans. This will begin to spill into the midterms, as the Republicans figure out that this is a chance for them to blunt Democrat gains.From another source, here's a set up for a potential 2018 scenario:
Manipulation of the markets by the Fed and its water-carrying Too Big To Fail partners have deprived the markets of their chief function: price discovery, the ability to discern what things are really worth. Markets are therefore functionally useless and their uselessness is a giant hazard. No society that depends on money can work for long if nobody knows the true value of things, including the value of money itself.And one more, for the sake of covering all the bases:
So what will happen in 2018? Well, it will either be terrible, or great, or kind of both. You can take that to the bank.Stay informed, stay on guard my friends.
2018 has potential to be like no other year in our lifetime.
Or it may be mostly another year of can-kicking, as we put off the re-set until yet some other year farther forward.